posted on May, 21 2004 @ 04:57 PM
Cassie, that's not true that death follows you, that's the fictional side of that movie.
While I was living in Spain after school, I was about 15 years old, my parents always drove me to my dojo because it was kind of far away, one day I
decided for some reason to go earlier, my parents told me this but i resolutely told them I wanted to walk there, something told me it was better for
me to walk that day. It took me about an hour and a half to get to my dojo walking at a fast pace. When I went back home my parents told me they had
an accident. The brakes on their car didn't work, the car spinned and crashed against a bus stop. My parents were okay, they were both wearing seat
belts, but there were no seat belts in the back seats, so I could have been badly injured.
I didn't know for sure an accident would happen, because if I did I would have told my parents, but something did make me not get on the car that
day. There have been other times that i think I was able to avoid at least being harmed in some way thanks to some sort of precognition, but death
has not followed me in any way, accidents happen, and sometimes the subconcious mind, or the collective conciousness, tries to warn us of these
[Edited on 21-5-2004 by Muaddib]