posted on May, 20 2012 @ 05:32 PM
Ok, this thread freaked me out a little. I don't know about OP's theory but I do think we might have gone thru some sort of a shift in our timeline.
Here is why I think that:
First, I got really shocked when I read in this thread that Billy Graham is alive. I am positive, he died sometime in 90's. I am not a Christian and
I don't follow preachers but back in the 90s, I was a big supporter of Bill Clinton. Some of you might remember, Billy Graham was a big
supporter/friend of his. I always thought he had gentle, tolerant views. I remember clearly watching his funeral and Clinton was in his funeral. I
also remember his son taking over and I disliked him and didn't think he was like his father. Also, during Lewinsky mess, I remember thinking, 'too
bad Billy Graham died, he could have give the family some spiritual support'. So I am shocked beyond words that he is still alive. I learned his wife
died but I don't think I am confusing the two because his wife died in 2007. I was living overseas at that time and there is no reason why I would
hear about her death. As I said, I don't follow religious leaders.
I have a second incident happened just a couple of weeks ago and I ignored it at the time but now it is bothering me. I bought my house couple of
years ago so I live in a new neighborhood. I was unemployed last summer and I took long walks around the neighborhood and during these walks, I would
examine each house to get some new ideas for landscaping design (my house didn't have any landscaping at the time). So I am very familiar with all
the houses in stretch of a road I usually walked. So fast forward this year, I didn't go out much this winter - couple of weeks ago my husband and I
were walking one evening when on that same road I came across a beautiful, ranch style house that i haven't seen before. It stopped me on my tracks
and just as I was about to say - how come I have never seen this house before - my husband blurted out ' wow, I don't ever remember seeing this
house here before". I was dumbfounded. We stood around looking at it several minutes, trying to figure out how it was possible that we both could not
remember seeing this house in the neighborhood before. It can't be just built because not only it didn't look new, this is a lakefront property.
There is no room for any new homes. If it was just me, I would ignore it, but my husband is a former air force pilot. He never misses a detail and
never forgets a place he has seen before. It was just weird, I had no explanation so I let it go until I read this thread.
In 2007, I was working overseas and just before I returned to the US, my husband and I were in a serious car accident. My husband was driving and we
flipped at least 4 times. It was a weird day from the beginning. All morning, I kept thinking something bad was going to happen. Before the accident,
we stopped at a gas station and as we were leaving my husband said something like 'we might all die today'. Few minutes later, in the middle of the
day in perfect road conditions, my husband lost control of the car. He was not speeding but he said he fell a sleep which if you know my husband, it
was the weirdest thing he has ever done. He is usually very careful when operating any kind of a machine. The car was smashed but we walked out with
minor injuries. Now, I am wondering if there is something to OP's theory. At the same time, it just doesn't make sense to me. If I, in fact, died in
an accident and this is a different timeline, what happened to 'me' that was here in this timeline?? or is it possible that we all (as in whole
world) went through some sort of a timeline shift and some of us still have residual memory of the old timeline? It is just too weird.