reply to post by SplitInfinity
Yours is a very creepy post. I didn't know you could damage a person so bad like that.
I cannot see "unarmed" people the same after reading your post.
Remind me never ever to get in a fight with you.
It could be a synchronicity how that tornado hit. I've had those before. Like I've had times where I'm thinking about something for a day or two and
then something happens that's too related for me to ignore. Almost like pre-cognition, except that it seems to be more of a communication than a
prophecy. Maybe I was just more open to it since I was having the thought. That's synchronicity. But then again, maybe it was a fluke of nature, maybe
something quantum-related. I can't tell you what you've seen. I can only guess.
I've had a few lucid dreams. I sometimes have dreams in space, but special dreams are rare. I remember having one dream where things in the universe
made sense to me. Something about equations or something. I can't remember the details. Even after I woke up, most of it was not remembered. All I
remembered was a sense of awe at the universe. I know that dreams are very intuitive and usually don't make objective sense, even if they're lucid.
I'm not sure whether my mind invented all of it or whether my mind was deriving some of it from deeper truths. I'd be careful about giving the mind
too much credit.
The mind is very creative and a good estimator. It has imagined most things before they were a reality. Airplanes, rockets, computers, robots, other
worlds like earth and other stars like our sun, submarines, helicopters, networked computers that cover the planet, nanomachines, nuclear bombs, on
and on, all of it has been imagined and written about before it became real. But I don't think it's a crystal ball. The mind doesn't see the future,
it guesses the future. People mistake its uncanny abilities for mysticism.
And that's only what -I- think. I'm 1/7,000,000,000th of present human experience.
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