Deja-Vu, Precognition and Premonition.

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posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 12:54 PM
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No need for translation there Gordi ... my daughter lived nr Loch Lomond for a few years and I have friends who live on Skye.

Woody




posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 06:07 PM
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No, unfortunately I chocked it up to her mental state. There was no one I could confirm it with. I assumed she was off her meds. Yes, it was wild.



posted on Dec, 1 2009 @ 10:28 PM
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Sorry for the delay in replying, works been keeping me busy. The phone thing even happens at work, better then caller ID
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Though, that's not the only thing I seem to be sensitive to if that's the right term. I can go places I've never been to (States, Cities, ect) and still know exactly where a road or street will take me without having to look at a map.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 12:46 AM
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Just to add to the thread...

I remember one time a few years back, I was laying on my couch watching TV. I wasn't asleep, but I was definitely not fully conscious. There was some sort of news programing on, and they were reading off lottery numbers. As I stared at the TV I said all 9 correct digits in order before they were ever said on the TV. Needless to say, I was completely shocked and amazed at myself to the point where I got a sick feeling in my stomach. Nothing extremely substantial has happened to me since that however. Even though it was just a small event, it still gives me shivers.



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 01:26 AM
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Thanks for your kind words mate.

I agree with you - it's highly unlikely that it was just chance. I guess at times like this, I'm torn between the reality of my experience and my academically-conditioned critical analysis.

Nevertheless, simply due to my experiences, I've simply had to open my mind to other possibilities that exist outside the current scientific paradigm.

A great thread you've got here Gordi, and I feel very privileged and grateful to be part of it, as what I have mentioned to you so far, is something that I seldom discuss.

Cheers,
Matt



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 05:26 AM
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Originally posted by sealteamsix
Just to add to the thread...

I remember one time a few years back, I was laying on my couch watching TV. I wasn't asleep, but I was definitely not fully conscious. There was some sort of news programing on, and they were reading off lottery numbers. As I stared at the TV I said all 9 correct digits in order before they were ever said on the TV. Needless to say, I was completely shocked and amazed at myself to the point where I got a sick feeling in my stomach. Nothing extremely substantial has happened to me since that however. Even though it was just a small event, it still gives me shivers.


You wouldn't happen to know NEXT weeks lottery numbers by any chance???



posted on Dec, 2 2009 @ 05:35 AM
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Matt, you are very VERY welcome.

I always feel that you bring an educated balance to any threads that I've seen you participate in.
AND (very unusually)... you are not afraid to adjust your position, in light of the evidence presented, and that is something that I see as a great strength, and admire very much.

If you'd like the opportunity to discuss your other deja-vu/precognitive experiences out of public scrutiny? I'd be happy to hear them via u2u or email, if that helps? (I have found that putting difficult things in writing, does help me, even if I don't always share!)

take care,
G



posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by woodwytch
There are a few other possibilities I could mention ...
1/ psychic abilitiy - voice/still pictures/moving images in your head (internal)
2/ OOBE
3/ premonition
4/ spirit-guide - whispering in your ear (external)


There's also the possibility of telepathy v. precognition. The telephone would be a good example. Most people have had the experience of knowing when the phone would ring and that's not necessarily precognition, but could be telepathy instead.

IF you knew the phone was going to ring, and at the other end was a machine, like an autodialer (telemarketer) and not even a human being...then it's precognition.

But if you knew the phone was going to ring AND you knew who the person was at the other end, especially if it were a family member, boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife, or a good friend...then you were likely experiencing telepathy, rather than precognition since the other person dialing you was THINKING about calling you...they projected that thought to you in thinking about you..and while they were physically dialing..you sensed and knew they were dialing before the phone rang. That's telepathy rather than precognition. Telepathy via phone could also occur to a stranger, i.e. knowing a stranger is going to call and something else about them, such as their job profession, what area of the country they are calling from, etc.

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I tend to experience both types on the telephone, daily. I tend to find the telemarketers and their autodialers annoying and sometimes I'll just turn off the ringer before the machine calls and laugh at the callerID when the autodialer # shows up on the screen.

As for telepathy, most of the people who call me give out fake names, many fake professions, and some are even dumb enough to try to give me fake addresses. I usually tell the ones lying about their professions that I know what their real job is and tell them. As for fake address callers, I tend to give them a couple of warnings and if they don't stop, I'll go drive out to the neighborhood of the fake address they're giving and tell all the real people living there what his phone number is and what he's doing.

The people that I know, I tend to know that they'll be calling hours before they do or days before they do. Like someone I haven't seen or talked to in a year. I'll sense that they will be planning on calling me on a Saturday, when it's only Thursday. And they call on Saturday. I suppose that's a little of both telepathy and precognition.



posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 02:42 PM
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Hi MapMistress,
Your comments have made me think that, at least some of my experiences may be more telepathic than precognitive. Thanks for highlighting the distinction between the two.

I tried one of those online tests recently, (McKyles suggestion btw!) where you have to try and guess which symbol (from 5 Zener cards) is going to come up next.
I was rubbish at it! Twice in a row I scored EXACTLY as you should with chance alone... then I got worse!!!!

Ahh well, I never did trust the interweb!!


G



posted on Aug, 9 2013 @ 07:50 PM
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I to have similar experiences. for me it feels a lot like de ja vu, but the feeling last longer. its hard to explain.



posted on Aug, 10 2013 @ 04:14 AM
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This in particular,happened to me back in 2007,while I was at the sea side(Black Sea),in Mamaia with my ex girlfriend. I don't know if it qualifies as a "ghost knocking" since the person wasn't dead yet. We were sleeping,and I had a weird dream: I was in a bus with my grandfather and a neighbour who was a good friend with my grandfather. And they were talking something,but I never understood what... After some time,the bus stopped in a station...and my grandfather asked me if I'm going with them,and I answered that "this is my stop,I have something to do"...and I left the bus...and the bus continued the road. Then I woke up because my girlfriend screamed...I was really sleepy,and I asked her what happened...and she said that she heard a hard knock on the wall(we were on 3rd floor in a hotel,the knock was on the exterior wall,what the hell?)... Next morning my mother called to tell me that my grandfather died in that morning,around 10am..the dream I had was around 2am. After a month,the neighbour died. And after exactly a year(same date,6 august as my grandfather) I almost had an accident.I was in a trip with some friends...and when we were going back home,at 5am in the morning on the highway "Bucuresti-Pitesti",we were driving at about 180km/h,and suddenly a car was in contrary sense with us...if we keeped driving he would have hit us...we tried to make a left and drive on the left side of the road,but a truck was comming fast...so our driver made a sudden right and we ended on a field(we also had luck,because we crossed between two trees). I instantly reminded about that dream and the knocking a year back...

This is my post from another thread...and as I said there too,I believe sometimes,someone or something gives us the chance to have a choice...but many people are not taking the right one.



posted on Aug, 10 2013 @ 07:45 AM
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I tend to have mostly dreams which tend to come true and they are accurate and happen almost once a week. Also before terrible things happen I tend to get a bad feeling which increases each day, through the feeling I was actually able to predict that a serious accident was going to happen a week before. The day the feeling was the strongest, I nearly lost my life through a accident.



posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 07:34 AM
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My mothers friend told me a while back that my mom was having really scary dreams about dying in a car accident a few weeks before she actually died in a car accident. My dad confirmed this to be true as well. He says he thinks she might have convinced herself it would happen, so she subconsciously put herself in a position for it to come true. The only problem is, according to what I know about the accident, it was completely unavoidable. The driver of an 18 wheeler tampered with his breaks and hit my mom while she was sitting at a stop light.

I was only 4 months old at the time, and I hardly ever think about it, but I just had a Déjà Vu moment and got to thinking about premonitions. They think it happens because your brain accidentally redirects something that's happening now to your long term memory banks, so you perceive it as happening before. I guess that makes sense for Déjà Vu, but what about when something in your dreams actually comes true?



posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 01:22 PM
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JohnnySasaki
My mothers friend told me a while back that my mom was having really scary dreams about dying in a car accident a few weeks before she actually died in a car accident. My dad confirmed this to be true as well. He says he thinks she might have convinced herself it would happen, so she subconsciously put herself in a position for it to come true. The only problem is, according to what I know about the accident, it was completely unavoidable. The driver of an 18 wheeler tampered with his breaks and hit my mom while she was sitting at a stop light.

I was only 4 months old at the time, and I hardly ever think about it, but I just had a Déjà Vu moment and got to thinking about premonitions. They think it happens because your brain accidentally redirects something that's happening now to your long term memory banks, so you perceive it as happening before. I guess that makes sense for Déjà Vu, but what about when something in your dreams actually comes true?



Hi Johnny,
(How the hell did you manage to find this old thread??? LOL)

Your mothers' premonition may actually fit in more with what Youaredreaming said earlier in this thread, about your mind having the ability to create thoughts/dreams which, if they meet the right "reality criteria", can be turned into reality itself?
Perhaps your mother dreamed about the accident, it passed the reality filter, and became real later on?
I wish I knew - and could explain better how it all worked, but I am non-the-wiser than when I started this thread I'm afraid.

Thanks for sharing your experience anyway!

G



posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 01:26 PM
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Gordi The Drummer

JohnnySasaki
My mothers friend told me a while back that my mom was having really scary dreams about dying in a car accident a few weeks before she actually died in a car accident. My dad confirmed this to be true as well. He says he thinks she might have convinced herself it would happen, so she subconsciously put herself in a position for it to come true. The only problem is, according to what I know about the accident, it was completely unavoidable. The driver of an 18 wheeler tampered with his breaks and hit my mom while she was sitting at a stop light.

I was only 4 months old at the time, and I hardly ever think about it, but I just had a Déjà Vu moment and got to thinking about premonitions. They think it happens because your brain accidentally redirects something that's happening now to your long term memory banks, so you perceive it as happening before. I guess that makes sense for Déjà Vu, but what about when something in your dreams actually comes true?



Hi Johnny,
(How the hell did you manage to find this old thread??? LOL)

Your mothers' premonition may actually fit in more with what Youaredreaming said earlier in this thread, about your mind having the ability to create thoughts/dreams which, if they meet the right "reality criteria", can be turned into reality itself?
Perhaps your mother dreamed about the accident, it passed the reality filter, and became real later on?
I wish I knew - and could explain better how it all worked, but I am non-the-wiser than when I started this thread I'm afraid.

Thanks for sharing your experience anyway!

G


Search function.


I wish I could dream really hard about a ferrari and then have one appear in my garage the next day.



posted on Jan, 27 2014 @ 09:13 AM
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Search function.


I wish I could dream really hard about a ferrari and then have one appear in my garage the next day.


Could you include a large holdall full of used bank notes? I think I left mine on the passenger seat....





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