posted on May, 20 2011 @ 05:31 AM
LazerTron it seems you are not fully understanding the entire concept of this. Now I personally don't have any experiences of remembering somebody
being dead who is now alive. However, i'm not gonna discredit others that make such claims, especially since several of these accounts seem pretty
detailed and certain people are adament about their memories. Now I do believe many of the occurrences mentioned in this thread are just mix-ups and
confusions. But I also believe certain cases hold credence.
Now to help clear things up a little for you, it doesn't matter what is documented here, or anywhere else on the internet because the anomaly being
discussed doesn't involve a celebrity acutally physically coming back from the dead. It's more so about timeline slips, or some may consider it a
"glitch in the matrix." Now do not get this confused with time travel, as nobody in this thread is claiming to travel through time. Now the concept of
a time slip is when somebody may have somehow been shifted into an alternate timeline where everything is the same, they will not even realize they
have been shifted. Everything is exactly the same on this timeline, however, for some reason one person that had died on the previous timeline is now
alive in this new timeline. This is most likely from some kind of flaw in the design, an error of some sorts. Another explanation could also be that
maybe the other timeline actually was different, yet when the person slipped into the new timeline, their memory of the old timeline was changed to
reflect the new timeline, and the death of said person is just a lingering memory that slipped through from the old timeline.
See if a death is documented here and a person slips, the timeline they slip into with the person being alive is not going to have anything documented
about it. Now, there can also be other explanations, such as that person not slipping, but perhaps something shifting on the timeline that they're
already a part of which altered memories and events that have occurred, but some people still have the old memory, or something of the sort. This
would also cause any documentation of the event to disappear as well. There's other angles to look at it, I just wanted to give you more of an idea of
You really have to believe in time slips or alternate parallel universes, etc. and understand how they work to fully grasp what may be going on in
these instances. I can see if you don't have any belief in those sorts of things, then stuff like this is just impossible to swallow, and it can be
debated endlessly. But it just comes down to a matter of opinions and beliefs.
If you're curious or just wanted get more insight into the idea, here's a good time slip thread to check out:
edit on 20-5-2011 by Troublesome because: Spelling Error