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Had a confirmed "Time Slip"

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posted on May, 2 2011 @ 08:32 AM
I've just experienced one too I was downstairs grabbing a cup of tea and then I was upstairs I don't recall walking up then what so ever and I'm usually cautious when walking upstairs with a cup of hot liquid so it would be a bit hard to to forget since I'm walking up them very slowly and the time was 14:25 as I took note on my phone now its 14:31 where did I go in 6 minutes

posted on May, 2 2011 @ 11:50 AM
reply to post by autowrench

Please elaborate on the part about a reality created at Brookhaven Labs; very interesting, but I couldn't find a single thing about it on the internet.

posted on May, 2 2011 @ 01:12 PM
This is such an interesting thread. I thought I'd share my own odd experience, after feeling compelled to think about any times where I have nearly shuffled off my mortal coil. There is one time that really stands out.

I was watching a music channel. It was a show about a band I was just getting into, and this would have been about 2002/3. It feels like an age ago.
I was eating these hard candy fruits (they're like mini replicas of bananas, apples and whatnot) and during one particular song I accidentally inhaled one of these tiny candies, a little red apple to specific. I began choking, quite violently, and realised that I was unable to breathe at all. My mother was upstairs in the shower, so she wouldn't have heard me. In hindsight, i should have gone upstairs and alerted her. I managed to stumble/crawl into the kitchen, making some horrific noises as I tried to cough.
So there I was, hanging over the sink, and by this point I was getting light headed, tears streaming and I felt like I was going to die. I had the remnants of my last breath in my lungs. If I didn't cough up that candy with this last push, I was done for.
I contracted my chest so hard to push that last bit of air out that I nearly collapsed. And then I could breathe.
I looked into the sink to see the candy, but there was nothing there. It didn't go down the plughole as the plug was in already, and there was absolutely nothing in my mouth, or around the sink. This thing just vanished after being propelled out of my windpipe.

I know what shock feels like, I know how different I've always felt since that day and even now the experience terrifies me, but where on earth did that candy go?

When I walked back into the lounge, the song I had been listening to was still playing, which is strange considering it's only two minutes long and was nearly finished when I started choking (I had inhaled while singing along, so I know where I was when the candy went into the air pipe), like time had reset itself to just before I ate that candy.

I also get constant de ja vu, pointless clairvoyant dreams where I'll be watching TV, then it'll come true a few days or weeks later, and those awesome moments when the alarm goes off and you hit the snooze button, and when you get awoken ten minutes later it feels like you've slept for an additional eight hours. I also don't eat those little fruit candies any more.

posted on May, 4 2011 @ 03:34 AM

Originally posted by coquine
This is a totally wierd idea, but I thought about it when I read your account, as well as the other poster, who talked of a similar event, in which they were heading for a potential accident when the "slip" happened?

Me and my family have had such events happen twice, one in which we lost two hours, one which was approx. 10 minutes. In the second one, we were on a plane, that started to have trouble coming onto landing. Everyone was panicking. Then "bloop" it was quiet and we were landing normally. My son and I (he was 17 at the time) looked at each other and asked each other if we dreamed what just happened? What DID just happen? When did the problems smooth out and everyone calm down? We didn't see the transition, either of us.

When the plane came to a stop, he said, "Mom, I think we died." And we began to explore the possibility that perhaps, we don't ever experience dying! Perhaps our consciousness just steps out before a trauma and moves to an alternate universe or reality, so similar to the one we were in, we don't know what happened. Even in an alternate reality, everyone we know could have "dopplegangers" that we continue our relations with - even if one version of them is crying for our loss in another!

The other time it happened, we drove into a sudden wall of fog, so it could have been possible we hit another car or something.

I'm not saying I believe this to be true, I don't have any beliefs, but the hypothesis has always intrigued me since then! How many times could I have died and not know it??

Originally posted byThanks mate, i hadnt actually thought of it exactly like this, but your right the two times ive had something like this happen, and you comment make me think of the fact our souls moves from one to another dimension in a way it can deal with, so when we die we move to another dimensional space and continue like it didnt happen.
the second time i went to sleep, and woke up almost out of mind (read, stark raving mad) i was fine when i went to sleep, and just totally freaked when i woke up, and to this day i still dont think this world is the same one i was in...
it explains why people i once knew seem distant, and why people who i dont know, seem to already know me.. ive moved to a higher level of awareness in my rebirth, i just managed to be in a place that nearly matches the one i left..
am i crazy, well the doctors dont seem to think i am, they just think im willing to approach the world in a way many of us are scared to do..

You guys, both, just put me on a complete freak out/mind trip.
Maybe you two are right.
The only reason I say this, around 4 months ago, I was driving with 4 friends in the rain, we hydroplaned and flipped over into a ditch, and I seem to remember myself being being dunked into water, and my head throbbing. Closed my eyes for a second and opened them, and my truck was upside down, but on a dry surface, and I was completely dry.. We all four got out and instead of asking about the wreck, we all four looked at each other in disbelief and I asked, "What just happened?", and we just stood there until the cops arrived.
After that I noticed, things started going pretty smoothly, but, in the same sense, alot of the people I used to be close to, I'm distant to now, and alot of people I have never seen in my life, come up and know who I am, and they look familiar to me. I never understood it, but seriously, when I read both of your posts, I literally felt an overwhelming emotion, that I can't even describe. I felt scared, yet relieved, but at the same time, I felt like I was going to cry.
I don't understand what just happened..

posted on May, 4 2011 @ 07:22 PM
reply to post by Rich Z

(2) Not to go all religious on you all, but isn't there a religious verse that claims something along the lines of "If you believe in me, you will live forever."? Do you think THIS is what was meant by that?

Not to just jump in here, but your question inspires me. I think what is meant by that particular statement is this: "If you believe in yourself, (me) you will live forever." Humanity is really close to just stepping out of it's biological third dimensional matrix and go forth to create anew.

posted on May, 6 2011 @ 12:54 AM
I had a time slip about 15 years ago. We were living in Sri-Lanka that time (dad worked there for 2 years) and very often went to the pool. I've spent nearly all my free time swimming and loved to dive (with swimming glasses and a special thingy some swimmers use - which is put on your nose to be sure that you don't inhale water). That day I was swimming like always and trying to dive to the floor of the pool (it was about 3 meters on the deepest side) when I managed to get down I turned my face up and "lied" on the floor on my back. And the next moment I realized that I don't have enough air in my lungs, I've tried to swim up, but felt like I was stick to the floor. I got scared, breathe all air out (that clip fell off my nose and hanged on the string), BTW there was quite a big air bubble, and inhaled water, everything turned black and then a very bright flash of light and I opened my eyes standing on the other side of the pool coughing a little (but not that bad if you inhale even a small amount of water). I still don't know how I got to the other side of the pool. There were a few people around swimming but nobody was noticing me, they acted like nothing strange happened.
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posted on May, 6 2011 @ 02:38 AM
okay.. this is very strange. all of these stories from individuals who do not know each other, share certain key similarities

these timeslips seem to involve near death experiences, and when someone seems to be on the brink of death.. they manage to inexplicably overcome it without any recollection of doing so..

this is very strange.. but we've uncovered a rather large piece to an impossible puzzle.

posted on May, 6 2011 @ 01:42 PM
A few weeks ago I was using Albert Hoffmans creation, and at one point I felt like I entered a new world ( but a copy of our world ). For instance ever since then i've felt that i've been in a different copy of my old world. And people around be do act different, they are more arrogant and asshole'ish then they were before the experience. And ever since then I don't think i've been able to astral project.

posted on May, 6 2011 @ 02:55 PM
I don’t know if this is similar or not, I can’t recall anything that happens, But often I feel like I missed time. Usually has to do with other people. Like at work, If someone walks past me going back to their office, but I can’t remember them even leaving. It happens all the time, My husband brings the laundry up, but I don’t remember him going to get it.

EDIT: I should also state that its not like I am not paying attention in both or the examples I gave it would be hard to miss some one walk right past you.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 06:43 AM
reply to post by Thermo Klein

Bizzare man really Bizzare! I couldn't wrap my mind around something like that without going bananas.

posted on May, 8 2011 @ 06:06 PM
This is one of my favorite topics to talk about, and yet so few opportunities to do so.

In 2005 I had some interesting time slip experiences that completely changed my perception of reality. I had recently moved back to my home state and wasn't back to work yet, so I had a lot of free time on my hand. It was a beautiful sunny, warm day. I went to lay down for an afternoon nap (just because I could

I woke up a little bit later, and it looked like it had become cloudy and darker outside. I walked into the living room and stopped cold. Everything "seemed" ok....except there was a playpen in the middle of my living room. And my computer monitor was on and had a "My Little Pony" wallpaper background on it. Nobody else was home at the time. the time I had a 10 year old son, and was single. It was just us living there. Where did the playpen come from? I was thinking maybe I had put the "My Little Pony" wallpaper up as a joke on my son.

But, it was starting to sink in that where ever I was at the son had never been born. I started to look around, trying to keep the panic in...but the tears were already started to well up. In this new place I had a baby girl, and was married. I ran into the kitchen and there were pictures all over the refrigerator. I wanted to see a picture of who I had married and I "knew" one was on the fridge. I was looking at a balding man with a beer belly, and he had a large family. I started quizing myself....why was everything different?

Choices...I had made different choices in this life. What choices had caused this? I was frantically scanning memories that were mine, but not mine. I was still able to see both timelines and keep it clear which was which. In this new life, I had decided to not marry my son's father and therefore never had my son. This couldn't be really happening. I refused to let it actually sink in. What was I doing right before this? I had been sleeping. I'm dreaming. That's it. I just need to wake up. How do I do that? I started pinching my arms, and I mean I was seriously trying to hurt myself. And it hurt like a mofo. And I wasn't waking up.

At this point, I started to officially freak out. I had to get out of there, so I went to the front door and opened it. While I was in the same apartment building, instead of being on the 3rd floor in one building, I was on the bottom floor in the building next to it. I was seriously starting to feel my sanity slip.

My son. I'm stuck here. I don't know how to get back to my son. I've lost him. How do I explain to the people here that I'm mourning a child that never existed as far as they know. OMG, is this why there are crazy people? Is this what happens to them? Nobody is ever, EVER going to believe me. I don't know any of the people here, nobody to confide in. How am I going to move forward while remembering a completely different life? And why? Why did it happen? And if this sort of thing happens, then why be cruel and let me remember my old life. Did the person who was living this life go to my life and is now mourning her daughter and husband.

I was totally bawling at this point. I couldn't think of one place or person to go to for help. Is there some secret hotline that I can call to let the universe know that a mistake was made? I felt so totally and completely helpless. I closed my eyes and crumpled to the ground crying.

I don't remember feeling anything changing. Except I was reset to right after I woke up from my nap and I was heading towards the living room. I bolted towards it and it was sunny again and no playpen or "My Little Pony". I'd never been so happy to be standing in my living room in my whole life.

posted on May, 8 2011 @ 07:42 PM
reply to post by onthelookout

I do not want to even try to understand how that felt. I too wonder if some people that are insane are so because of something like this. If you had got stuck there where ever there was you would be warring a straight jacket now.
Does any one that knows you know about this?

posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:10 PM
reply to post by coquine

When the plane came to a stop, he said, "Mom, I think we died." And we began to explore the possibility that perhaps, we don't ever experience dying! Perhaps our consciousness just steps out before a trauma and moves to an alternate universe or reality, so similar to the one we were in, we don't know what happened. Even in an alternate reality, everyone we know could have "dopplegangers" that we continue our relations with - even if one version of them is crying for our loss in another!

The other time it happened, we drove into a sudden wall of fog, so it could have been possible we hit another car or something.

I'm not saying I believe this to be true, I don't have any beliefs, but the hypothesis has always intrigued me since then! How many times could I have died and not know it??

I read your post and I think that this might be helpful information for you. The article from The Telegraph confirms that the theory of parallel universes is one to be taken more seriously then it has been in the past. Maybe the people who notice odd events are sensitive to the change in dimensions or universes.

I am adding a link to this post. science-news/3307757/Parallel-universe-proof-boosts-time-travel-hopes.html

posted on May, 9 2011 @ 02:26 PM

Originally posted by XR500Final2
reply to post by DViper1307

The other thing important to realize is your still focusing and conscious of how bad your credit is - so it keeps manifesting itself.

Instead focus on how good it is. Forget about how bad it is, see it as good, and enjoy it. In order for you to shift - you have to even kill the memory of your bad credit rating. You want to have consciousness of only how good it is, inspite of what your credit report is telling you.

Well its been over a week now & at free moments I focus on how good my credit it, I've said it to myself so much that I'm starting to actually believe it. I have not yet since checked my credit report, I feel I need to give it some more time b4 doing so.

posted on May, 9 2011 @ 02:55 PM
reply to post by fixer1967

I told my mom about it, and to a couple of friends over the years whenever the topic of time slips/parallel universes comes up. I understand that it's a bit out there, and don't really expect them to believe me. But surprisingly they seem ok with the possibility of the idea and the conversation just moves into what other crazy things happen in life.

posted on May, 11 2011 @ 01:15 AM
I think I had a time slip today. I wake up, it's 7:36am, I know this because I looked at the digital alarm clock, flew out of bed because i had over slept. By the time I was ready it was 8:10am, by the clock on the wall & the digital alarm clock sitting on the wife's night stand; grab a cup of coffee, which was already ready, check the clock again and it's 8:15am..

Go out the the car, start it, walk back in, wipe my glasses off, walk back out to the car, it's 8:25am by the clock in the car and it's correct, always. My wife drives us to an Arco which takes 15 mins to get there, which s/b about 8:40am, where I'll catch a ride with my friend & my wife will continue on to our daughters house.

I catch a ride with my friend, we go BACK to his house which is only 5mins away, across the overpass, hang a left, go down 3 blocks and your there. We spend ANOTHER, 15mins gathering stuff and head out, I check the clock in the car, and I'm getting a tad worried because we need to be there no later than 9:30am, it's 9;05am~! it takes 25-30mins to get there and it takes my wife a full 30mins ONE way to get to our daughters house!!

Me and my friend end up at our destination, and I see .my wife is already there....but kinda seemed odd, which I thought she should be since she dropped me off at the Arco and I took another 15mins at my friend house.

We walk inside and I check the clock fully expecting it to say .. 9:30am at least~!...........I was totally shocked and confused~!! It s/b 9:25/30 MINIMUM~~!! The clock is at .........9:15am~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was WT*~!! I pull out my cell phone and it's 9:16am~!!!!!!!!!!

Some how we all gained like 15mins?? ~!!!!! but that is odd is wife should have NOT been there since she had to take another 15 mins to get from her daughters house and pick her up and then leave to get to the destination~!!

So I mention to her, how did you get here before us?? She said.. I got here 10mins before you did~!

How is this even possible ?? ?

posted on May, 11 2011 @ 01:32 AM

Originally posted by kidohno
Something mental just happened as I was reading this.

Am at work at the moment so was reading through all this thread, then decided to sit back for a bit and try to... how to explain.. disect the reality in front of me. Try and break everything down to what it really is. I tried to seperate my conciousness from ego and imagined all the solid things in front of me (computer screen, people etc) as just all part of the same vibration. I started to really light headed, then the volume in my ears just dropped compeltely, like someone was turning a volume control, and everything went silent. It felt like I was being dragged backwards out my body (which has happened before when I had an OBE) and everything solid, my "reality" went to like liquid... Like I could see the vibrations.

I got really scared and then somehow jolted back into my body (sort of) with a bit of a force. I ran over to my colleague and got him to feel my heart rate, to his reply "f****** hell".

WEIRD. Anyone know what happened?

I have NO idea~! never heard of anythign like that before, but I had a similar but, not exact, experience. I was REALLY tired after milking one early fall evening while the sun was about to set, I must have been around 7pmish? , and walked outside to catch some sunshine and rest a bit, I was looking at the ball hitch on the truck when I heard something that sounded like someone screaming and then I felt myself shaking, and then heard my brother screaming at me .. say.. ".....are you there ~!!!!!"

I remember kinda like , coming back like a dream state, is the best I can descirbe it, and he's looking at me saying.. "what's the matter~!!! I've been standing here like 30secs or more shaking you and you were casting a gaze to the ground as if you weren't here and you wouldn't wake up.. "

I think I was daydreaming but, ..i dunno ..

posted on May, 11 2011 @ 02:27 AM
Thermo Klein!
what if you died in a car crash.
you pulled of when the lights changde.
but did not see a car jump the lights.
still looking at the nice girl?
so some thing take you back
so you did not die?

posted on May, 11 2011 @ 02:46 AM
reply to post by onthelookout

That would completely freak me out. You are actually quite fortunate for getting a glimpse of that alternate reality. Do you ever sit and ponder what the other life would be like? Obviously the love of your son made the experience quite awful but I think everyone should get a glimpse like this. I agree with fixer and his assessment that many whom we deem crazy have unfettered access to these types altered perceptions and that there is something lying under the surface of what we all think is 'real'.

posted on May, 11 2011 @ 02:49 AM
I thought these threads might be usefully and actually I was quite shocked about how many thread there are on ATS about this subject .. !!

Time Slips - are people really going back in time?

Possible Time Slip

Time Slip/Shift Experiences

Has Anybody Here ever experienced a timeslip?

Im having a "Dog Day Afternoon"...Help

Time Slip or Shift... Timeline Change?

Post your most significant experience of time shift,

ok.. this is getting way to weird~!!! I just remember I had another slip .. or something.. shift maybe..??

I was watching the movie Eraser 2 nights ago, yes.. with Arnold Schwarzenegger, in our bedroom when I see it's says.. 1996....I was WHAT ?? 96' .. NO WAY ~~!! there's NO way that movie was made in 1996, I saw the same movie being shown as RELEASED in 2000, because I watched it at the beach on my honeymoon~!

How can this be?? It was in a theater which showed only released (new) movies.. I remember vividly driving by it and said "hey, it's a new Arnold movie, cool~!", so we watched it. I know for a fact that movie couldn't have been released in 1996, I wasn't married to my wife (now my ex) then .. I didn't even know her and was married to someone different~!!!

Could it be they were showing a 4yr old movie??~!! Not likely, since it's or was a Regal theater chain~!!

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