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Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by XXXN3O
So what does/did meet you on the hill mean then?
Go on, you can't leave it like that!
Are you saying he meant that he'll see you when you are dead?
Originally posted by CAELENIUM
The Sun in our sky is a star much the same as alot of other stars in the sky. Stars are not what you were told at school. They are actually something very different. I will simply state what I know to be the truth. You can take it or leave it. The choice is yours to make. Stars are hollow spheres. Like bubbles. Actually fragile. They sometimes burst. Disintergrating into a cloud of planets. Planets are also hollow spheres. Fragile and sometimes burst forming clouds of asteroids and lesser objects. The Sun is a hollow sphere of hydrogen gas being electrically modulated by Cosmic Ray energy which creates its illuminosity. Any fluctuation in that Cosmic Ray energy will create an alteration in the amount of light and the colour of that light emitting from the Sun. In the Bible it is stated that at the time of Jesus the sun went out in the middle of the day. This can happen. It has happened often through out human history. It is a recorded fact. My suspicion is that the Sun will not only go out for a few seconds or minutes. However, I suspect that the Sun will go out for weeks perhaps even months or a year or two ? Obviously this is the cause of the Ice Ages ? > ICE <
[edit on 29/6/2010 by CAELENIUM]
Originally posted by Solasis
reply to post by Bun-G
So, two people in one place saw it, and two people in two other places saw it...
It could still be coincidental neurological conditions, or if we want to get paranoid (which we always do) some kind of targeted hallucination. Perhaps the four of you have a particular quality -- genetic uniqueness, exposure to unknown radiation, simply having read the same mystical book -- which allows you to see things that aren't there, or to not see things that aren't there for brief moments.
Obviously I'm still leaning towards "coincidence of unnoticed blinking" as the real origin, but who knows.
Bun, several questions
1) Have you ever experienced anything like this before?
No i've never experienced anything like it before, that's why I put it up here to see if anyone else had any idea's.
1a) If so, when? List all occurrences of strange pseudo-hallucinations.
lol when I was 17-18 I had taken some mind altering stuff lol lsd &weed & a poster of bone thugs n harmony on my bedroom wall started talking to me, in their voices I know I know, it's nothing to do with this, but that freaked me out haha
2) Before the earliest occurrence, or around the earliest occurrence, are you aware of having experienced anything else out of the ordinary? such as, read a book that you haven't heard of since, or been exposed to radiation for some reason or another?
I tend to stick to fiction when reading books, so doubt it was that. I watched life after people on discovery the night before but that didn't have anything that would trip my mind to think I saw the world around me go dark quickly
2a) Would you have any reason to believe that your work-friend had experienced any of the same phenomena?
I would think the only reason me & my work-friend saw it at the same time, was either a high flying plane, or a satallite throwing off a shadow. But, it doesn't explain other people in different parts of the country experiencing the same thing at the same time.
3) Was there a smell of fudge when there was no fudge around?
fudge fudge where are you, why can I smell you but not see you? GET IN MY BELLY!
lol no there was no smell of fudge about. That's a bit of a strange question to ask, any reason in particular.
[edit on 30-6-2010 by Solasis]