Originally posted by DonnaLynn
NOW... to move on to today. I experience "time slips" when there is high solar activity only. I am alert, I feel more intelligent, sharper if you will, and time just seems to melt with me. I experience what seems to be fast forward. On regular days, when all is just peachy with the sun and we are not getting hammered with solar winds, I feel sluggish, bored, the day never seems to end. I get stomachaches and headaches. I could just sleep all day.
Well, that is my story. I hope it adds to your research.
Originally posted by NiphredilAnyone have any ideas how this can ALL tie together in a nice neat package since they are so far extreme ends
Originally posted by SaturnFX
What gets me is the time
time is linear...but for some reason, these past couple years, it seems to be in overdrive. a second takes a second, but my perception of time must be out of wack
I can sit down, and in what feels to be an hour, something like 10 hours pass and I am literally shocked when I notice the time again.
This happens mostly at night. I have had nights where I will sit down and do some minor stuff online or something at say, 9pm, then in a quick spin, I look and see the clock reading 4am and I am amped with energy, like somehow I "lept" from one time to another (no, there is no noticable blackout phase)...so my perceptions are really screwing with me lately...
Figure if this keeps going, I am going to be like 90 years old in a few weeks (I prefer the opposite...the days are short enough without an hour lasting a second!)
Someone hit the fast forward button...that sucks.
Originally posted by goeffy
This probably isn't exactly what you're looking for but I think it does fit in.
This was nothing to do with a near death experience as far as I can tell. I'll give a bit of background to the story I go to my grandparents house quite frequently on weekends and such since its only about an hour away from my house there is a trail from their house down to a beach various trees and bushes on either side along the way.
The story is this: one time I was at my grandparents walking down to the beach with my family about 2 weeks after my last visit I reach the end of the trail and where I thought the trees and bushes ended but as I looked out to the beach there was a single tree in my view on a patch of grass in between the beach and where I was. It immediately looked out of place to me and I was quite sure it wasn't there the last time the tree was too big to have been planted and there was no logical explanation for it getting there within 2 weeks while my grandparents dismissed it as always being there me and my brothers agreed that it didn't look right and that it wasn't there last time.
So at this point understand that I can never be fully sure the tree just appeared but I'm about 99.9% sure that there was no tree there prior. The only reasons I can't be sure is that we don't have any pictures of that area and google earth hasn't been updated in that area since 2007. I can only go off my memory and the fact it just didn't seem right to me and my brothers.edit on 12-5-2011 by goeffy because: (no reason given)