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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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Thank you for your reply
We look forward to reading of some of your experiences .

Regards.




posted on May, 12 2011 @ 08:18 AM
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Originally posted by antar

It really helps us see the Universal illusion/Maya which we see as reality.


That's funny. I use the phrase "Everything's Maya - an illusion..." quite often, myself, when trying to describe life lol

Strange days, indeed!



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 09:50 AM
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Right folks, that's me done.
I'm off for a week in the sun .
I hope this thread keeps going .

Speak soon guys.
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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 10:17 AM
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I fell into an in-ground pool when i was young and left by myself in the backyard. was under the water for SO long. then miraculously my sisters hand came through the water and pulled me out.

the other time i was 18 and got meningitis. it took them 30 days to diagnose it and BEGIN treatment. i was told on numerous occasions that there is almost 0 chance of being infected with meningitis for 30 days and not die or be disabled.

yet here i am.

Now i see Aus and NZ have moved, and lots of dead celebs that are miraculously alive.

great post op I think you are on to something.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 11:45 AM
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Unlike most here, I am near 40 and though at 23 I could remember lots of my life, now it seems to have been "condensed" with a lot of gaps of memories I should have, but do not.
I have also experienced memories that don't coincide, but also a profound loss of a lot of memories. I almost was hit by a car in 2002, I was at the corner in direct line then the next minute I was a few steps before the corner and behind a tree that would stop the car. This tree was a pathetic little thing and very unbeleivable that it stopped the car's trajectory. Also time slowed down for me. This is the point it seems my memory was kind of wiped out leaving large gaps and condensed memories.
I also trid to kill myself at 16, but if anything "shifted" well of course I have no recall of it now. Wish I did.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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I've had events during the course of my life. But my event deployed during war takes the cake and has changed much since. I worked in the command post, as an unarmed female, the only female in there - in a cobat zone, don't even ask how that could happen - it did. We believed we were under attack and lost power. I watched the men around me start to freak out about destroying the classified material and getting our "back up" to respond on the radio. I also heard and watched them start loading rounds and getting the weapons ready. I stood there watching them in shock. I wondered do I run out the back of this hardened air craft shelter our tent was lodged in and into the open desert - or - do I hide under a desk? The retarded irony that I would be at war contemplating hiding did not escape me. At that moment I "flew" ouf of my body and far above the Air Craft shelter. I felt the cool night desert air on my face. I watched from this high perch as the special forces rode their 4 wheelers securing our perimeter - when I came back to my body it was over, we were secured and I walked out into the moonlight - which seems so bright compared to the plunging darkness inside the command post - I sqeezed by the men, and watched as 2 men held the arm of a third against his chest hard due to his shaking so he could bend down and take drags off his cigarett.

Then time started to really get very wierd to me.
I had dreams that were so real, taking me back in time I was afraid I could literally step into them and be back in time. Finally, within the past 6 months a sort of yoda type master came to me and took me to a river. He waited beneith a tree and told me to go ahead and put my face in the river. I did, the whole river was like flowing streams of movie film, I could emerse my head in it and see one part of someones life, I could pick my head up and put it down and be in another time frame of the same life - meaning I could decide if I wanted to view their childhood, adulthood, or old age - and I got the impression it is all going on SIMILTANOUSLY. All human lives were flowing past me in this river, I could chose to observe any of them at ANY TIME. I was overwhelmed and the master said that is enough lesson for today.

Shortly afterward my first Love contacted me through classmates. This was an epic Love, but unrequitted. We were derailed by someone elses lies. I find myself time traveling concerning this relationship. It is otherworldly. I can't explain it. I feel like I can daydream back and be there - and change the outcome, I feel on the cusp of slipping into that reality. It is dizzying. When we reconnected - well, I ran away. So many years ago I saw a look of pain on his face I didn't understand and now I feel that pain was caused by what just happened. We are not done and yet this time now is not ours either. I've never known anything like this. There is work to be done on the soul level here - and I feel as if we are being directed by a higher force that is playing it all out. There is more to this story. But I've gone on long enough.

Surmise it to say I have had very strange disassiocated emotions concerning time and reality lately.
I also throughly enjoyed those of you sharing the walk in stories. I have had flash memories since I was a child. I think either it is a past life thing. OR I walk into a hung spirit and get the story.

That river of flim thing . . . really messed me up, I feel it is all an illusion now and we can choose our programing.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:25 PM
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This is interesting! I wasn't going to reply because I have never experienced this before. But then you mentioned the Challenger accident....

Back in January in a class that I'm taking, the instructor was announcing birthdays. Two of the girls birthdays were on the 28th and they were born in 1986. Some started making jokes about being born on the day the Challenger exploded. Others started arguing about how it actually happened in 1983. This debate went on FOREVER until someone was smart enough to look it up on their phone.

I know my post wasn't terribly interesting, but I had to say something as you mentioned the Challenger.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Imagine the world we would each live in if everyone knew this theory to be true. Sure, each of us would seem to survive every near death experience we were involved with, but think of all of the sadness and loss of others that we would experience in our own reality...

There would be so many people around us killing themselves doing crazy things because they knew there could be no repercussions as far as death was concerned. Despite technically not being able to die yourself, it would seem that life would be much more painful having to experience the loss and craziness of everyone else around us...

How about that?



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by davesmart
hi ive had some close shaves in my time.
the one that pops into my head now is when i was 14 (33 now)

my brother and i was living with foster parents in a tiny village in england.
we spent a lot of timeplaying outdoors in the countryside and large wooded areas.
We done what most kids do, building dens and treehouses..
then one day i had an old broken tennis raquet, took the string of and made my brother and bows and arrows.
i made the arrows from canes with nails strapped to the end, then went into the woods to c if we could get a
pheasant.
any way i was about 20-30 yards away from my brother wen i noticed he spotted something and as he took aim
it ended up pointing in my direction and he let the arrow fly...
this is where it tripped me out...everything slowed down i could see my brothers shocked face having let go to early
at the same time i could see this arrow heading towards my face, it was so slow i could see the back end of the arrow making big circles because the flight had come of it got nearer and nearer and caught my outer eye, it brushed past my eye and my ear leaving a small graze...i count myself so very lucky, but its so wierd that time seemed to slow right down and i was aware of what was going on...
any sorry if that was a rant but i wanted to share with the op
cheers.....dave


I would think that's just an adrenaline rush - the fight or flight thing. When I was the same age, 14, I was riding home from school with a couple of friends. One was 17 and had a car and was driving. The other girl was her cousin and was 13 and eager to drive. The 13 year old finally convinced her cousin to let her drive the car once we weren't far from home. She was driving way too fast on this small country road, and a sharp 90 degree turn was coming up fast. We all yelled to slow down, instead she slammed on the gas. I was in the back seat, leaning forward between to two front seats about a second before we smashed into these concrete filled steel pipes that were put up as a fence.

Now here is the weird part. Time slowed down so much it nearly stopped for me. I remember the feeling of the car lifting off the ground when we went off the road. I looked at the girl in the drivers seat, she had her hands over her eyes. I looked at the owner of the car in the passenger seat, and she was screaming and had a look of terror on her face. I realized I was gonna smash through the windshield because I didn't have a seatbelt on. I knew i didn't have time to put on a seatbelt. So I decided instead to drop behind the drivers seat and hug it tight so that I wouldn't slam into it. I had all these thoughts in my head in only a fraction of a second. It's quite impossible to believe a person can think so quickly, but after being interviewed by police over and over as they tried to piece together the accident, a doctor eventually told me that adrenaline can do miraculous things like that. I'm the only one in the car who had that experience. If I would have reacted the way the driver did, by freezing up, I would have died.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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To the OP I have to ask this question: if it is true what you are theorizing, when does it end?

When you reach old age?? Or do you just hop into an earlier version of yourself?
I ask this because I wonder if there may be a connection with my lost memories, maybe the older version of me did die and hopped into this reality in a younger me and the memories weren't the same and the future memories had to be erased any way, due to the laws of nature, so maybe this is why I cannot see the future anymore, which I used to be able to do, and why some or actually most of my past I can't recall because they don't coincide with this reality and therefore were eliminated? I hope you can understand what I am saying.
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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 12:58 PM
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That river of flim thing . . . really messed me up, I feel it is all an illusion now and we can choose our programing.


I've experienced something similar. I called it a stream of knowledge. It was floating above my head, and I felt like I could raise myself into it (like an obe) and know everything happening all over the world all at once to anyone in anytime. I remember feeling like, wow it's so easy now, I understand everything. Then it started to slip from me. I tried to grab a notebook to attempt to document something I had learned, but my body wasn't quick enough. I lost it all. This was not a dream. I was awake. It was the weirdest thing I've ever experienced. Also, you should know that I had a chemical in my body at the time. I won't go into it further because i don't want to violate t&c. So take what you will from it. But I always felt this was a real experience and that I accidently stumbled onto something amazing.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:06 PM
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Oh my! So after reading everyone's responses and experiences... a few things really stick out in my mind. Maybe it's just one thing... but it's something that has ALWAYS bothered me and I've been too afraid to start issues with my parents if I ask them about it.
I guess I'll start from the memories I have and then talk about the experience. I am (almost) 27. Female. I am half african american and half caucasian. I was born with brown hair and brown eyes. My eyes are now green. And genetically speaking... they should be brown as that is a dominate trait. I know there are loopholes for dominate traits and recessive traits. But my moms eyes and both her parents eyes are bright blue. My dads and obviously everyone on his side of the families are brown. My one son has brown eyes, and my other got the bright blue. Looking at pictures... it seems as if my eyes were brown until around age 3 or 4 possibly. I have one picture where I know for sure that I was 2 years old in and my eyes were brown. (This is totally freaking me out! haha!) Sorry if I'm all over the place.

So the memories I have... I honest to goodness remember being 3 years old. I remember my 3rd birthday. I was sitting in my car seat wearing a yellow sundress eating ice cream. I was with my mom and grandmother. I remember dropping the ice cream on myself. I also later remember falling out of my car seat while driving with both parents, but we weren't in an accident. Neither of my parents seemed to be too concerned as I toppled out of it. (FYI I only know that my memories are a fact as my mom has a picture of me in my brown car seat on my 3rd bday in a yellow sundress. Eyes were brown.)
Another memory I have is still being in a crib. According to my mom, she finally put me in a regular bed around 3 and a half. I'm assuming this is around the same time as my birthday because I remember my moms replies to my questions. My birthday is at the end of may. But I was in my crib and everything was pink. I know these could be dreams and I know kids see things so much differently than adults. But these have memories have bothered the heck out of me ever since. It looked pink outside. And I swear it was snowing. I could see outside to our back patio and the snow seemed to be falling peacefully. I was standing up, looking out both windows in my room and saw snow! And for some people who get snow, the clouds can make the sky look pinkish at night.
But I awoke the next morning to bright blue skies. I remember being adamant about seeing snow and my mom said it was summer and we don't get snow in the summer. Well ok then. So who knows what it was. I have never shared this with anyone because it seems likely I was dreaming it was snowing.
HOWEVER.
I have a separate set of memories... still probably around age 3. It could very well have been that same summer. This is what I have wanted to ask my mother about. I don't want to falsely accuse her of anything though.
But we were sitting on the back patio which overlooked our backyard and some tall trees at the end of the fence. Suddenly the trees seemed to grow very tall and had faces and were swaying back and forth and I could hear sounds. Like a voice. But almost as if they were chanting. I remember my mom holding me and saying, "I know. I know. It will be ok." And she looked very concerned.
That same day (I assume) I remember driving back home from somewhere (Hopefully the freaking emergency room! I have NO idea what happened or why I could have been hallucinating. I have my theories which I'll explain)
As we turned onto the block, I remember the grey house with a big chimney. I pointed it out as being something different. The house was grey. The chimney was big and protruding. Almost comically.
I remember running outside later when my dad got home and saying "Dad! I saw the grey house!" He was with his brothers talking and distracted. I have an uncle named Greg. He said, "Uncle Greg? Yeah he's at the house."
And my mom pulled me back inside. That house is now green with no chimney. It has been ever since then and I still look at it and remember what I saw EVERY time I visit my parents.
This is ALL I remember. I try so hard to pull these memories into something that makes more sense. It has driven me crazy over the years. That is a LONG time to remember something with sporadic timelines and details. But they are so vivid. There is no way I dreamed all of that.

Here are my theories... I was hallucinating. I react horribly to narcotics. Was never ok smoking weed when I tried it in high school. I don't handle drugs very well. Maybe I got sick or injured somehow and I was on some sort of drug that simply made me hallucinate. I was never told of any sickness or injuries, but I've always suspected something major happened to me. I have a lot of chronic issues that don't seem to have a cause. I also may need a double hip replacement sometime in the near future. Not because of having children. Because I guess I had hip displaysia as an infant and my lovely mother never treated it. (I reference her a lot because my dad worked ALL the time and wasn't around much). I started training for a marathon last year and was having problems with my hips and that's how I found out. I also have horrible stomach issues which after having every test imaginable with every specialist imaginable ran, no results to anything abnormal.

2nd theory. My mom being a little odd as she was a victim of severe emotional, physical and probably psychological abuse as a child could have purposely done something to me. I have always felt as if she has resented me.

3rd theory. Maybe I had a cold and she accidentally overdosed me with cold meds. She has done it a few times with my oldest son and has mixed up meds. (She obviously doesn't watch him anymore).

4th theory which I just came up with after reading all of this today... maybe it has something to do with timeslips. If anyone has ANY insight on this, I would really appreciate as it has driven me absolutely nuts over the years. (Insight besides the fact I may be crazy)

GAH! I just looked at a picture that my aunt posted on facebook of me and my cousins at age 4. Eyes were green. I also looked as if I was "white". My skin before was not too dark like you see some who are mixed race, but definitely a lot darker! Dark skin, dark hair, dark eyes all up until about age 3. I've had light eyes and skin ever since.
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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:07 PM
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My life has been a real mess sometimes I wonder how I survive. I should have been dead over 25 times. I've had 3 fevers that were critical. 108.5, packed in ice twice. I've been electrocuted twice, 220VAC and 1.5 Million volts DC. Frozen in a pond, crawled out and survived. Pinned by my car in freezing weather against a snow drift while scraping the windows. Drowned and my dad resuscitated me. Shot at while sighting in my hunting rifle. Shot at renovating a house for a friend. Shot at by a girl friends ex, hit in the back. Fell off 3 story house under construction, near broken bricks and rebar. Kicked in the head by a horse. Hit my head on a rock sledding at over 60MPH. Broke my neck and tailbone on a BMX jump. Stabbed twice, once in a bar for no reason. 3 Head on collisions that totaled the cars and I walked away each time. Meningitis, inner ear infection so bad my ear looked dead. Gas explosion where a friend was burnt but I had nothing and took the brunt of the blast. Cracked skull against a pole, my eye sight was to be lost in my left eye, head so swollen I looked alien. Doctors told my parents that I would probably be retarded after that one. Plus when I was young I had many trips to the ER for Asthma, only 3 I would consider life threatening. Plus many more, yet I am still here and have been told that I am the smartest person many people know. My dad jokingly told me I would be a super genius if it weren't for all the head injuries.
I'm really indifferent when something bad happens because I know somehow I will survive. I witnessed a Ford Explorer going around a corner and the front left tire exploded and it started flipping through the air. I ran toward it from about 300 feet away telling my co-workers to call 911. The driver a lady of about 30 years old was bleeding from a head laceration. I got to the vehicle as it was stopping the last roll, it landed upright. Her window was open. I told her to remain calm that help was on the way. I grabbed her left hand and pressed it to her head and told her to hold it there to stop the bleeding. She was asking what happened and was still dazed when all of a sudden she screamed, "Where is my baby?" I had a cold chill run down my spine when I looked into the back seat and saw an empty baby seat. I asked her if she was sure her baby was with her. She started looking frantically through all the debris in the front of the vehicle. I opened the rear door and started looking too. I looked around the vehicle real quick to see if the baby had been ejected. She was really screaming and frantic. Who wouldn't be? She found him under his blanket asleep behind the drivers seat in the floor well. When the paramedics arrived I directed them to her and they started their work. Then one of the paramedics said, ok, now it's your turn. I explained to him that I was not involved, only a first responder. He said sure fella, come sit on the curb for me. I told him no and he threatened to have an officer arrest me so he could provide medical. I said fine. I mean I was covered in blood from the lady. He took my blood pressure and said, hmm that's weird. I said, let me guess it's normal right. He took it again and said yea. I told him again that I was not involved. He said, yea but even if you weren't it's normal. I told him I have been through so much in my life that it takes quite a bit to get me excited.

I have been witness to many things that I can not explain. I saw a section of the horizon just blink to black then back again on a road trip, looked like digital dither effects. I saw a "human" bird at night on the Grand Mesa.

Still waiting to see a UFO or a ghost.

But I do know that I can remember things from when I was an infant to now with no gaps. Every day I consider a bonus for me since I should have been dead long ago. Nothing really surprises me anymore and it seems that people are getting dumber all the time. But, I'm still kicking, good enough for me.

Been dead for a couple of minutes a few times and I've never seen a light or dead relatives or anything that would indicate an afterlife of any kind. Just fade to black then woke up with a paramedic working on me telling me they lost me for a minute or about how lucky I am.

edit: I forgot, my eyes turn from a bright green to hazel and my hair is graying now, but goes back to black. Most notable in my eyebrows. I have friends that think I never age. I have a 2 years younger brother that looks 10 years older than me. I'm the only one in my family that does not use eyeglasses or had my vision corrected. Also, only one without braces, good teeth. An uncle once remarked that I was the milk mans kid. But I know he was kidding, I look just like my dad.
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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:15 PM
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Originally posted by Jomina
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I mean, it's crazy.. the very first memory I have is of me standing before a mirror and telling myself who I am. Crazy! Yet, true.



I'm officially freaked out now. I have the same memory, I don't think it's my first memory, but I know for sure I stood in front of a mirror and kept saying I'm ___________ when I was younger. And I kept repeating it.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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Originally posted by d4ng3rm0u53
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My life has been a real mess sometimes I wonder how I survive. I should have been dead over 25 times. I've had 3 fevers that were critical. 108.5, packed in ice twice. I've been electrocuted twice, 220VAC and 1.5 Million volts DC. Frozen in a pond, crawled out and survived. Pinned by my car in freezing weather against a snow drift while scraping the windows. Drowned and my dad resuscitated me. Shot at while sighting in my hunting rifle. Shot at renovating a house for a friend. Shot at by a girl friends ex, hit in the back. Fell off 3 story house under construction, near broken bricks and rebar. Kicked in the head by a horse. Hit my head on a rock sledding at over 60MPH. Broke my neck and tailbone on a BMX jump. Stabbed twice, once in a bar for no reason. 3 Head on collisions that totaled the cars and I walked away each time. Meningitis, inner ear infection so bad my ear looked dead. Gas explosion where a friend was burnt but I had nothing and took the brunt of the blast. Cracked skull against a pole, my eye sight was to be lost in my left eye, head so swollen I looked alien. Doctors told my parents that I would probably be retarded after that one. Plus when I was young I had many trips to the ER for Asthma, only 3 I would consider life threatening. Plus many more, yet I am still here and have been told that I am the smartest person many people know. My dad jokingly told me I would be a super genius if it weren't for all the head injuries.
I'm really indifferent when something bad happens because I know somehow I will survive. I witnessed a Ford Explorer going around a corner and the front left tire exploded and it started flipping through the air. I ran toward it from about 300 feet away telling my co-workers to call 911. The driver a lady of about 30 years old was bleeding from a head laceration. I got to the vehicle as it was stopping the last roll, it landed upright. Her window was open. I told her to remain calm that help was on the way. I grabbed her left hand and pressed it to her head and told her to hold it there to stop the bleeding. She was asking what happened and was still dazed when all of a sudden she screamed, "Where is my baby?" I had a cold chill run down my spine when I looked into the back seat and saw an empty baby seat. I asked her if she was sure her baby was with her. She started looking frantically through all the debris in the front of the vehicle. I opened the rear door and started looking too. I looked around the vehicle real quick to see if the baby had been ejected. She was really screaming and frantic. Who wouldn't be? She found him under his blanket asleep behind the drivers seat in the floor well. When the paramedics arrived I directed them to her and they started their work. Then one of the paramedics said, ok, now it's your turn. I explained to him that I was not involved, only a first responder. He said sure fella, come sit on the curb for me. I told him no and he threatened to have an officer arrest me so he could provide medical. I said fine. I mean I was covered in blood from the lady. He took my blood pressure and said, hmm that's weird. I said, let me guess it's normal right. He took it again and said yea. I told him again that I was not involved. He said, yea but even if you weren't it's normal. I told him I have been through so much in my life that it takes quite a bit to get me excited.

I have been witness to many things that I can not explain. I saw a section of the horizon just blink to black then back again on a road trip, looked like digital dither effects. I saw a "human" bird at night on the Grand Mesa.

Still waiting to see a UFO or a ghost.

But I do know that I can remember things from when I was an infant to now with no gaps. Every day I consider a bonus for me since I should have been dead long ago. Nothing really surprises me anymore and it seems that people are getting dumber all the time. But, I'm still kicking, good enough for me.

Been dead for a couple of minutes a few times and I've never seen a light or dead relatives or anything that would indicate an afterlife of any kind. Just fade to black then woke up with a paramedic working on me telling me they lost me for a minute or about how lucky I am.

edit: I forgot, my eyes turn from a bright green to hazel and my hair is graying now, but goes back to black. Most notable in my eyebrows. I have friends that think I never age. I have a 2 years younger brother that looks 10 years older than me. I'm the only one in my family that does not use eyeglasses or had my vision corrected. Also, only one without braces, good teeth. An uncle once remarked that I was the milk mans kid. But I know he was kidding, I look just like my dad.
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Interesting you live in Denver too. I also get the "You never age" thing. I look the same as I did when I was 15 years old. Bounced right back from both pregnancies. Not even a stretch mark. Perfect eyes and teeth with no braces. I've never even had a cavity.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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I get the same thing about people telling me that I don't change much, although I have had braces for my teeth, and my glasses seem to continue to need to be stronger for nearsightedness even though I'm in my 40s.

If the parallel universes idea is true, why would others recall the incident that should not be survivable, and not just the one experiencing it? Would an entire group shift at the same time in order to maintain a collective local memory? Something does not seem to fit right with that theory. It probably needs some more refinement.

As for odd stories, when I was attending the university, I lived in the dormitory for all four years. One night, I was told, I had visited one of the other rooms that open to the long dormitory hallway, as I used to do in those days late at night before going to my own room to sleep. There were many guys socializing in the person's room and one guy was throwing darts at the dartboard on the back of the door. As I said good-bye to everyone and headed out the door, the person throwing darts threw one at the dartboard but missed it, hitting me in the back. Now, I don't recall any of this part happening, but the next day I was told that when I was hit in the back with the dart, I reached around and pulled out the dart and handed it back to the guy who was throwing them; then continued out the door unfazed. There was no look of pain and no blood, but they were certain that I had just had a dart go into my back. That freaked out everyone in the room for the night, but I still have no memory of ever getting a dart stuck in me.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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Well, I just moved from Denver to South Carolina. But it's kind of weird about how young I look. I was dating a lady that was only 2 years older. Her daughters boyfriend and I went fishing and he asked my why I was dating an older woman. I said, well 2 years isn't that much older. He thought I was around 25, he was 24. I showed him my Drivers license to prove to him that I was 39. He said, this is fake, there's no way! I said why would I get a fake license, I'm over 21. He looked at me and said that he was wanting to talk to me because a girl friend of his thought I was cute and she wanted to ask me out. He said he couldn't figure out why the "old" lady would be robbing the cradle, lol. Good new is that her and I broke up and I later met a wonderful woman that is 13 years younger than me. Funny, we look the same age. I'm now just turned 45 and still look a lot younger than people I went to High School with. As a result of how dramatic the younger appearance is I tend to not tell people how old I am. They really don't believe me. My best friend in Denver is a married woman that is really cool. Her husband is loosing his hair and seems to be aging bad. We went out to lunch before I moved and she said she couldn't believe how she's known me for almost 10 years and I don't seem to be any older than the day we met. Oh, and airport security looks at my license for a few extra minutes just to see if it's real.
One of my favorite movies is "The Man from Earth", I can't even imagine how he must feel.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:02 PM
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Hey, maybe a modified version would be that we are part of a simulation of some kind. Matrix or 13th Floor style. I know that a lot of stuff just doesn't make much sense.

Why are we involved in oversea wars?
What are aliens really?
What is deja vu?
Why is our economy based on worthless printed money?
What is Bigfoot really?
What are ghosts really?

What are anything paranormal really?
Why do humans distrust other humans that are not like them?
Why do humans have such an US vs. Them mentality?
Why don't we work for the betterment of mankind instead of creating better weapons?



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:04 PM
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When I was 19 I was living in San Bernardino, CA....on a Friday night a friend and I decided to go into San Franciso and go dancing; on the drive home....it was a very clear night...hardly any traffic.....three lane road on the freeway...my friend Laura had just bought a car...recently...a royal blue VW bug....we had our seat belts on....we got into a conversation about God...I said ..."I believe that God really watches over us" Laura agreed,,,,within 30 seconds we were hit from behind by a semi-truck..Laura was able to steer us away from a cement railing....i put my right hand against the dashboard...so as not to go through the windsheild...my life flashed before me.....the car was turned upside down and skidded down the highway for about 3 blocks.......it then stopped skidding....spun around like a top and stopped. She got out of the car and then I got out.....we stood shaking and kept hugging each other...we were stunned......someone called the highway patrol...they arrived and questioned us...then took us home.....after I got home.....I remembered something else that happened during the accident....I saw myself on a table in a room surrounded by brilliant white lights.....there was an angel like being standing over me with a long laser like instrument moving it back and forth across my body........



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 02:09 PM
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i got into a t intersection collision where i was hit on the driver side door this was interesting because as soon as i was hit and my car started spinning time seemed slower and i saw a guy walking on the sidewalk and i prayed that i didnt kill him and rathered die than kill someone because of my accident. the car was a stick shift and some how i managed control the car enough that it only spun 270 deg. and did not roll over onto the sidewalk or hit any pedestrian. i thought i could get out of the car immediately after the accident but then realized the side driver door was indented and wouldnt open, someone came up to me in the car asking if i was ok i said yes got out of the car and pushed it off the road got out a work pad and began to gather information about the accident for reporting. the police who arrived gave me a ride home and the car was totaled. im my reality i still exist and noone in the immediate vicinity of the accident were harmed.

i have thought about the subject of this thread before. this accident occurred before i created my first ats account in like early 2k. the wisdom i have now makes me view the value of other peoples/persons in a "subjects" life highly differently than pre incident. about timeslipping i guess i view my own timeline differently than what i am expected to and see actions of corrective adjustment that people make to be adjoined to my timeline as parasitic.





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