Originally posted by Creatrix1
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon Died March 30, 2002 at the Royal Lodge in her sleep at the age of 101 says the BBC
The thing is, as I've mentioned before -- in a timeline shift, everything gets altered. History books, atlases, websites, maps, Facebook pages. All
that's left are some people who still remember the old timeline, saying, "But didn't that used to be.... nah! I'm going crazy!" Looking up facts
that are true only in that particular timeline doesn't prove anything either way.
This is oh-so-very true.
I don't have memories of Australia and New Zealand, or Mandela or any of that. Then again, I long ago conceded I have a crappy memory for such
things, and so I rely heavily on google and wikipedia, when I'm unsure, and write it all off as m crappy memory for dates and facts and things.
That said, weird things have been happening in my daily life lately, and I am not the only person witnessing them. My husband -- who has an excellent
memory-- is seeing them *with* me. So that is freaking me out a bit. If it's a delusion it is a shared one, shared with someone who's quite
rational, a scientist, in fact.
Example: we frequent a neighborhood pub/restaurant very often, at least once a month. A couple of months ago we went there for dinner. We walked in,
and both of our mouths dropped. And we stood there, completely puzzled and stunned. He looked at me, I looked at him, and we both said at the same
time, "When did they expand this place?" Because the place had expanded so it was twice the size it used to be. It had taken over a shop next store,
adding additional booths and tables, and removing an entire wall. Yet, the new addition looked like it had always been there. No smell of fresh paint
We sat down, the waitress arrived, and we asked. And she said "Oh that happened months and months ago.. well over a year. It was like this when I
started working here." She left menus and walked away and we sat there completely stunned. "Haven't we been here just a month ago?" "Yes, I'm
sure of it... we were here right after " "We must be getting old .. time does fly, maybe we're misremembering?" "Well, I have a crappy memory so
probably you're right." "But I don't have a crappy memory...."
Then my husband got up and walked around, and carefully inspected. And pointed out that there were scratches and dents and just no sign at all.. not
one sign.. that the new addition hadn't been there for months and months...
It was quite disconcerting for both of us. I went home and I checked our bank records since we always pay by credit card. And there was no back up
proof... yet we both remember, very clearly, that we have been there several times, we can remember why, even what we ordered, even details like the
weather at the time. But the bank records don't back this up. Unless you consider that if one timeline jumps, all proof changes accordingly as
well... the past is completely rewritten down to every last detail. So there will never be any way to prove it.
This wasn't the only such experience that happened. That very same week, we went to a place we frequent all the time, only to discover it too had
changed dramatically. We asked the owner when it was renovated, and she said, "Huh? It's always been this way, for over 100 years." We walked
around, stunned... and looked carefully and there was no proof at all of recent renovation. We're talking major walls being removed. A place that
used to have 4 rooms, now was one big room. A place where there was a door, no longer had a door.
If it was just me, I'd write it all off, since I do have a sketchy memory. But it wasn't just me. My husband saw all this too, and was even more
stunned than I was. And he has an incredible memory. For him to be rattled... well.. that rattled me completely. But there's no way to prove any of
this, which makes it even more rattling.