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Originally posted by fixer1967
Welcome to the club.
This is happening to more and more of us and more often. As to what is causing it or what "it" even is, is any ones guess at this point. All I can say for sure it what you have described is a space time anomaly. Different people call them different names but what it all comes down to is that there was a shift in the local fabric of space time. Now the fun begins.
Originally posted by jonnywhite
reply to post by Alora
I think you're crazy or lying or suffering distorted thinking or all 3.
Although I'm not sure what the difference between crazy and distorted thinking is.
But anyway, do you honestly understand what you're saying?
You're asking me to believe that there's a time/space distortion, like on Star Trek.edit on 12-9-2011 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by dawnprince
I too used to laugh at such experiences , until it happened to me .
Things like ...... My favourite book having a different ending . People I have never met who swear they have known me for years . Buildings appearing almost overnight where there was just wasteground before .
I don't laugh any more .
The minute details of this story are important so soldier through to the end
Last Tuesday, approximately 4:30 AM, I had been awake for about 2 hours. During that time I posted on Facebook, replied to emails, drank a glass of water, and made coffee. I have two husky/golden retriever dogs: one red, one black. The black dog circled in front of the sliding glass door, indicating she needed to go outside. I got off the couch, walked to the door, removed the wood block that ensures someone from the outside can't open it, unlocked it, and opened the door. Both dogs went into the dark morning. I closed the door, locked it, replaced the wood.
I walked into the kitchen, poured the coffee, added creamer, stirred, carried the coffee into the living room, sat on the couch, placed the cup on the TV tray next to the laptop, and began typing again. Perhaps one sentence typed later, the red dog nudged my arm, his normal signal that he wants petted.
I jumped and gave a small startled scream. There he sat, wagging his tail, waiting to be petted. I look for the black dog and find her curled in a ball asleep on the same couch I'm sitting on, two cushions down.
I checked the door: locked with wood block in place. I should have checked the time, but I didn't. To be honest, I was shaken up. Not frightened, but intrigued and dazed.
What happened, I don't know. It wasn't a false awakening because the Facebook posts and emails exist, proof I was truly awake. The details are important to show I didn't fall asleep.
I needed to share this with like-minded people. Mostly for my own peace of mind (assuming there is any left, lol). Thanks for reading.