posted on Aug, 24 2009 @ 12:30 AM
My entire life has been a consistant series of "Deja Vu" events.
For me, the way it works is that I'll be sitting around, doing some menial task, and I'll just sorta go into a daze. At that time, I'll see
something, a vision...a conversation..a smell; any number of things. After that, approximately 2 weeks to 6 months later, the event will happen
exactly as I had seen it in my head.
An interesting note is that inbetween the time that the vision is seen and it coming to fruition, I will forget it completely.
I can understand a few possible logic paths of reasoning for this:
1. Being consciously aware of your own future violate's some unkown law not unlike the law of confusion as referred to by the law of one
2. I am seeing many variations of different timelines and only becoming "aware" of a specific one at the moment it happens. (as all are forgotten
until the moment of execution, those that are not are never recalled and 'appear' to have never been foreseen)
3. Being consciously aware of your own future would allow a margin of error in attempting to understand/anticipate a known outcome, thereby changing
the future and rendering it obsolete (as foreseen).
I have talked to a few psychics/mediums on this topic and it appears the most likely reason behind it (as i was told) is that our subconscious/higher
self is actively engaged in deteriming the path that we take in physical world.
I find a definite correlation between this thought process and something our friend Evasius as seen fit to diligently track, the timewave theory.
Like many people, my life (in the past two years) has gone into hyper-drive. Things change, and are changing at a very rapid rate. I don't quite
understand the outcome, but we as a society, and more importantly as humans, are changing.
Personally, I think this ramp-up of psychic phenomena is a bit of our higher selfs reminding us that there are a great many things larger than
I also believe it's a bit of something else, but I'll keep that to myself for now...