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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:08 AM
I've experienced so many "time slips" having to do with my own personal timeline that I think I am either able to know things before they happen or have lived this same life previously, or possibly am able to see multiple timelines at once...

A few instances: Fourteen years old, bending down to pick up a dust pan at my job at a convenience store, I knew a mop handle was going to fall on my head because I could feel it hitting me. I backed off quickly and BAM! the mop handle hits the floor...
Again, driving home from work, early 20's, about 4:30am I approached an intersection at about 50mph. I saw a semi turning north and headlights of a car, heading south at a very high rate of speed, under the trailer of the semi. I tried to stop but antilock breaks don't allow for a quick stop so I went through the intersection and the entire front end of my '97 chevy blazer was taken off by the mid-sized red car. I can remember aiming for the spot just behind the front passenger tire (in an attempt to minimize damage to either vehicle) and the impact that sent me hurling into a car dealership parking lot. I remember seeing the steering wheel when the airbag deployed... it was all very vivid but I stopped about 100 feet short of the blinking yellow light, seeing the red car barrel through the intersection and vanish around a corner. I saw it all happen, or rather lived it before because I remember the pain, but that blazer went on to be sold a year later without so much as a scratch.

There are so many more instances, mostly very mundane, but it seems I have lived this life I'm in before and am able to correct mistakes, and avoid making enemies.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:16 AM
My experiences are slightly strange but I will tell anyway!

1. I had blonde hair in all of my childhood photographs. So much so that any picture I can find of me before my last year in Primary School class photo shows me sporting thin blonde hair...I have no conscious memory of my hair turning brown and thick but it seemed to over night.

2. I have memories of the bakery and police station being in a different "version" of my town. This one is very hard for me to explain. But I have hazy memories of walking down the familiar road that is today the same, leading to a subtly different version of my town where everything seems the same apart from the location of a bakery and police station. My mum has no idea what I am talking about when I subconsciously say do you remember when the bakers used to be there etc. I also remember there being a shop with a Dulux dog on the window down an alley way that doesnt seem to exist. I remember the dog extremely clearly. I can picture the alley way very clearly but its not where I think it is.

3. This one may be experienced to an abduction experience. I have extremely clear memories of being able to glide down my staircase in the middle of the night. I didnt even think this was strange until I got a little bit older but I remember falling forwards at the top of out straight stair case and gliding down them and swinging around the supporting post at the bottom and landing on the couch that ran parallel with the staircase.

4. I remember my parents attending a wedding, I was left with my grandparents. I remember like yesterday we were picking them up from the wedding and it was a scorching hot Summers day so I was aloud to go and run about while my grandparents sat in the car waiting for my parents who had obviously had a few celebratory drinks I remember running towards a stone wall, and around the other side of the stone wall was something I will never ever truly be able to describe...I think it was heaven. It was a huge garden, filled with every different colored plants possible. swans were roaming, water was sprinkling, the grass was greener than I have ever seen. There were white benches along all the different shaped bushes and tress but nobody was there. I dont know how I got there or left but suddenly all I remember is driving home with my parents and grandparents. I remember this clearly because it was the first time I saw my parents drunk haha Quite a vivid memory! Nobody remembers me even being there that day.

5 This is the strangest one for me. I distinctly remember being obsessed with a superhero character from television. He wore a yellow belt, blue trousers a grey top and had blonde hair. Whenever I describe him to my mum asking her what program this is from she tells me He Man. It was not He Man. I remember 100% his yellow belt was the focal point of his powers. He doeskin seem to exist outside of my memory/

6. It is this phantom superhero that leads me to my final memory, I remember standing at the top of my stairs. 13 steps up from the ground, very steep. Dressed up as the mysterious character and looking down at Mum smiling. She said dont be silly you will hurt yourself, assuming like usual I would slide down the stairs on my bum! What I remember doing was squatting down and leaping into the air clearing half the staircase....then it goes black...then I land at the bottom of the staircase on my feet with my Mum not there to react. She doesnt remember me dressed as the superhero at the top of the stairs or telling me to be careful.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:25 AM
reply to post by hgSKYY

I think that past lives, time slips and death/switching to an alternate dimension are all connected. That seems to be the case with my personal experiences. It's like I am here right now but time doesn't travel in an exact line. It's more like a figure 8 or something where times and dimensions cross at certain spots. I also don't think that the spots are stationary but ever moving as time does, therefore creating an infinite number possible intersections and outcomes. Deja vu can also come into play by repeating the same intersection at any given point on the figure 8 a second time, but the rest of the intersections on your way around could be completely different causing the deja vu effect for a specific time/place/situation. This is just a hypothetical idea of course

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:27 AM
So how would this work with something like the twin towers? Could something like that explainsomthing like the descrepencies in dates like say the shuttle thing? (i forgot what it was called, sorry)

And not to sound morbid, or cruel to anyone who has lost an infant, but maybe thats why there is no answer for SIDS? maybe when first born/infant, a few cant "hold on" to this reality, and slip into the next ?
This opens the mind a bit anyway.

Again, apologies if the above is a sensitive area in their life, no harm intended

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:47 AM
reply to post by ka119

Then in comes the thought of quantum leaping, or leaping from one reality to the next.In theory you can place yourself in any of the given realities to any of the possible outcomes by knowing that the given outcome took place. The thought of attraction takes a role in this theory, if you believe something and truly KNOW something will happen, then in your given reality it will.

This is so true. I have experienced this! I can do this. That's tying the theory in the OP in with "The Secret", pretty profound stuff.
Now I need to experience a reality where I get some sleep tonight.

Good night.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:48 AM
I was almost hit by a car. But it barely, just barely, missed me.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:53 AM
OK sorta been having the same kind of ideas. I've just turned 33 and it honestly feels like I've lived several life times. The last change was the most drastic. I got sick at work about 2 years ago, and ended up having 11 inches cut out of my colon. My family was told to make peace because I didn't have a good chance. Here's were in gets freaky. My wife, Brother, and Parents tell me that it was a miracle i lived. I don't remember ever being afraid. Now when I came out of surgery all I remember is waking up to intense pain. It was sorta like I left and returned. (sorry trying to explain this is hard bare with me please) I remember being confused, angry. Nothing like before. My whole conscientiousness changed somehow? Next, a day after surgery a nurse stopped my breathing because she gave my to much pain meds. When I woke up this time I felt like I was literally in hell. The meds to counter the meds caused the pain, I know this. The problem this has been a voice very loud in the back of my head telling me that was my last chance. I've become very spiritual over the past years. For me there are to many sign pointing telling me I'm not going to get 20 years to fix my life. I'm trying to a complete u turn. I know there's something else out there, even if that's all I know.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:00 AM
Fantastic thread OP.

Wonders if there is indeed a connection, certainly had a few of those moments such as im crossing the road a truck comes around the corner to fast i skip step forward to avoid it, im even looking at the vehicle in my mind - i havent made it, the next moment im literally just ahead of where i was and ive avoided it.

Theres a couple of other phenomenon using this concept that could be related, unfortunately ive just got to work so will u2u later

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:10 AM
hi there - I havent had a chance to read ALL of the thread at the moment as I have trouble with reading and concentration so i have to break it down but I have a theory that may indeed tie into yours (it may not) but here goes

Mine is : there are many may dimensions in this world all stacked like a domino effect, we are born onto a dimension and we live learn, breed (or not) on this earth(dimension) then we die, in this particular dimension we specialise in something ie maybe we are a genius (like einstein) or perhaps we excell at being kind or we suffer with an illness but we learn from all lifes experiences throws at us! When we die we move onto another dimension where we are a different form of ourselves, the people around us are all some that we know but different realationships etc, we learn different things and excell at different things and this goes on for 10 dimensions...... this is why -

we have learnt that we use only 10% of our brain, so whose to say that when move onto a new demension that a different 10% of our brain is in use... that they previous 10%s have been used but lay dorment until all portions of our brains are used and then we are knowledgable and capable enough to move onto what ever you want to call it Nirvana - the higher dimensions etc etc etc - I am still quite dumb as to what they outcome is.......

Einstein was so ahead of his time as many known and unknown people are but sometimes the pure talent that exists is just so random...

as for time - i have had to regulate myself as I was out of sync for many months and I sat and meditated and stared at a digital clock until it actually slowed down and then i shifted into sync and i NO how weird that sounds outloud but it happened and I am now in sync,

the problems of being out of sync was quite strange and perhaps i was not ready for that, but i could see landscapes shift to how they where in the past and ONCE! into the future .. nothing mystical or anything it was just like a little shift and then it goes back to normal -

this also explains the ghost theory - I have been on many a ghost hunt and i heard things and saw things but not in a ohhhh waah perspective it was different - but I have a whole new outlook on death - its a sad thing as the people that you leave behind will miss you but you will meet again in the next dimension in some way or another .... the inital departing is painful i dont deny but there is a light at the end of the tunnel (excuse the pun)... So the ghost thing is not dead people as such its just people living and dimensions coming into close proximity....

Well there it is for me - sorry if it makes not sense but if you need anymore detail inbox me - i have a whole head full of ideas!

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:11 AM
Oh my god...oh my god. I can't believe I didn't think of this sooner.
This is the truth. The absolute truth. You MUST read this short story by Fyodor Dostoevsky. He claims it isn't a story at all but fact. PLEASE read this, it is exactly what this thread is about. I actually read it for the first time a month ago. How did it take me this many hours to put 1 and 1 together.
The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
Just read it. It's only 26 pages. It is the truth. It's not a dream, but exactly what we're talking about right now.

I'm reading it again now.
edit on 13-5-2011 by Ghost375 because: It's not a dream.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:29 AM
i don't know if this qualifies as a time slip but it was weird. So anyways, my nephew was running across the couch back and forth, and i sort of had this feeling that he was going to fall. i was about 6-8 feet a way. next thing i know he does fall off the couch but im there somehow holding him upside down by his leg. i dont know what happened
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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:31 AM
ATS gives me such a good laugh at times. I love it!

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:40 AM
I've had a few time slips.
Replied already on a thread about a "celebrity thought dead"
Better example of mine would be;
Driving from work one afternoon to college;
The time when I left work and that was on my cars dash, changed within a 3 mile stretch of road, to being about an hour and a half ahead.
I've had family in that same area remark of time slips as well.
Possibly coincidence, maybe. More likely it should not have happened, time slip or mistake of looking at the time wrong.
Possible multi dimensional merge or slip? Maybe.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:46 AM
Oh the stuff people think when they can't handle the idea of death.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:50 AM
I got married on jan 7 of this year. A week later I was on a plane that was leaving an airport in bad conditions. It was raining and really just bad weater. I called my wife before takeoff to say I was gonna get off the plane and spend the night and be home in the morning because I didnt feel right. Something was wrong. She asked me to come home because she missed me and assured me flights in bad weather are safe.

As we began to reach my home we began circling the runway for about 30 minutes. This was strange because I came in on the last flight of the day. The pilot came on the speaker and announced the landing gear had failed and we would be landing on the belly of the plane. Panic struck the flight and we all were paralyzed with fear. As we came down and hit the ground the plane burst into flames and the engine exploded. The whole plane shook violently and panic was everywhere. People were really freaking out. Time slowed down to a crawl literally. I could see it. The plane began to turn sideways an we went into the grass. The whole time the plane was on fire and an engine had exploded. When the plane came to a rest the cabin filled with smoke and the emergency exit systems failed. The doors would not open. I was stuck on the plane for 45 minutes, on fire, with cabin full of smoke.

I truly believe I died in that plane, along with everyone else. No way could we have survived. My wife doesnt by all the timeslip talk, but I experienced it. For me its real. Now I am living on another level I guess. Hope this story helps, Thanks

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:50 AM
My story takes place approximately 20 years ago.

My 1970 VW bus was running on 3 cylinders, and climbing a rather steep hill, so my speed had dropped quite a bit by the time I crested the hill. Maybe 30-40 mph in a 55mph zone. A semi truck doing maybe 55-65 clearly couldn't avoid hitting me as it came over the hill and clipped the left side of my rear bumper, sending the bus into the guardrail, which it hit, and then flipped and ended up upside down, where my friend and I crawled out of the broken windshield, with only a jammed thumb (me) and a bloodly (not broken) nose (my friend), which only occured as we fell once the bus came to rest...during the accident we both had the sensation of floating, and slow motion.

I have had several of the reported time-slip anomalies, including the Billy Graham dead, Australia out of place, and personal incidents, including disappearing friends and unusual pictures I don't remember which now exist.

The first responder who arrived before the police (I think he was an off-duty paramedic) actually witnessed the accident and couldn't believe there were no serious injuries or deaths involved, it was apparently rather violent and extreme an accident.

Thanks for the thread, perhaps there is something to this...

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:51 AM
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well i dot know how to explain this but my 2 year old daughter had some surgery done , while she was still drowzy she would not let go of my hand which had a birth mark. next morning whne she woke up she kept saying daddy mark daddy mark . i did not pay attention to her but when she showed me her hand that she was holding my hand all night , she had the same birthmark i was shocked. the same mark that was on my hand is now on her hand, and for a 2 year old to remember while sill drugged out what was outside her hospitol window still amazes me.i dont tell this story to any one but can post a picture of both our more thing while we were at the hospitol every thing was kind of wierd after the surgery i dont know how to explain it.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:51 AM
I've had two time slips or changed realities. Once I was in a hospital and suffered a seizure while undergoing an examination following an accident. I came to after the seizure and the whole emergency room was different. During the seizure I was in a place that I felt to be a part of everything all at once, coming out of it I had a concept of infinity that I never could have imagined before it.

The second time I had a change of reality I was driving on a rainy day down quite a steep hill and hit a patch of oil on the road, I lost control of the car and was heading into a head on collision with an oncoming car. I was just a few feet from the car and I closed my eyes thinking "this is it, I'm going to die", when nothing happened I opened my eyes to find the myself on a dry road (in the very place I lost control and no other cars to be seen anywhere. I turned around having been quite shaken by the indecent and went back home and told my wife what had happened. She of coarse looked at me like I was crazy.

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 02:03 AM

Originally posted by Jomina
Now, saying all of this, and getting onto topic of this thread, I have, as well, experienced a great many "Timeslips" in my life. The most obvious, and currently occurring, is the Billy Graham event.

As I have explained in a couple of threads before, including that thread that is in existence right now on the top threads area, I, myself, as well as my mother and my wife, distinctly remember Billy Graham dying some years ago.

My mother is a very religious person, as was my father. They were very big followers of Billy Graham. We all remember that he died, of heart failure, some years ago. We even remember watching his funeral on television as an ABC special, with the president of that time, which was Bill Clinton, taking part in the event.
Billy Graham Admitted for Treatment of Pulmonary Condition - Didn't he DIE?!,

Seems like you're not the only one

posted on May, 13 2011 @ 02:10 AM
I believe in quantum immortality and the multiple universe theory, but feel the need to address one seeming indicator of "timeslips" or "multidimensional travel" that keeps coming up; that is the changing of hair and eye color. Though eye color usually reaches its deepest hues in early childhood, and many light haired people notice their hair slowly darken with age, the pigmentation of both hair and eyes are dependent on homone changes, which while generally similar for all humans, does no preclude the possibility of outliers (that is, people with abnormal hormonal changes, and therefore abnormally fast or delayed pigment change). Additionally, trauma induces normal hormonal changes in the human body that science has attributed changes in pigmentation to. Again, fully supportive of this great thread, but want to provide a little bit of enlightenment on something that I think may be irrelevant.

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