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Originally posted by AlphaPrime
Seems as if the magnetic lines had something to do with your alternate reality trips...
Originally posted by dragonsmusic
It's not about dreaming in French. LMAO
"Already dreamed" is how I would interpret the phrase that a member called YouAreDreaming wrote about above. "deja reve"
That poster said that deja reve - or already dream(ed) as I have translated it is the postulate that deja vu -already seen - in French - comes from having already dreamed of the experience.
The member said a book was in the works and I look forward to it.
It's got me to wonder though do I dream in French ?
I've got chills right now.
I rarely get that feeling of being somewhere or doing something previously..perhaps a half dozen times in an entire year..but in the last 3 days it's happened 5 times..and I don't know what to make of it.
Then I see the dead celebrities thread that are now alive..and holy frig there it goes again with a chill up my spine.
I KNOW I SAW ON CNN THAT BILLY GRAHAM HAD DIED...WTF???
I'm feeling like I have been tossed into an Orwellian version of the matrix.
Originally posted by troubleshooter
reply to post by AccessDenied
Deja Vu is a memory error...
...and occurs when an entering memory trace becomes confused with an exiting memory trace...
...and it is associated with a sense of familiarity.
Deja Vu can be induced in laboritory conditions.
It can be the result of sleep deprivation or changed patterns...
...short term memory become long term memory during sleep...
...and Deja Vu can result when the process is disrupted or incomplete.
Certain social drugs and prescribed medications can increase the frequency of Deja Vu.
It happens to me if I have had a particularly demanding day...
...and need to undertake some further detailed process while fatigued.
I would think it fairly common post Christmas/New Year.