posted on Mar, 21 2004 @ 11:58 PM
huh? head... spinning... must... there.
obviously there is no way you could have seen the clock produce a 6:66 without some degree of hallucination. i mean, you were there in kindergarten
when they pulled out the big clock with the big hands, right? sorry for being an ass. just trying to give you a giggle. but if your ears are turning
red...then, im sorry.
the real question you should be asking is why you would see such a figure. what kind of influences are you allowing to intrude upon your life to force
you to hallucinate such numbers? im guessing that the digital clock's numerical color is red.
lemme try answering your ???'s, one at time.
"So.... apparently I was dreaming at the time?" you may have had some post-REM sleep imagery lodged in the imaging centers of your brain.
"More than likely, Did I wake up after I saw 6:66 and saw the real time?" You were probably partially awake when you saw the triple six, and as your
brainwaves switched gears (from delta to beta), you began to realize that the clock really said 5:14
"Or was I dreaming the whole time and remembered it but failed to realize that I was dreaming at the time?" oh no not again... head's spinning like
a top! ok. you probably woke up since you remember putting your head back unto the pillow. when you looked at the clock, your brain decided to cancel
the order to switch into beta waves, thus putting you back into delta-wave sleep mode. in short, you probably woke up for half a second and went back
to sleep upon realzing the time. a common happenstance.
but seriously. I would recommend that you stay away from that gothic stuff, for your own good.