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This happened in south weymouth,mass. a town that was founded in 1635,within the oldest part of this entire country,new england and where this happened is also very close to the strange and infamous bridgewater triangle,so close that it might as well be a part of it > www.paranormal-encyclopedia.com...
Originally posted by hangedman13
Funny thing is that it is like the stories of faerie gold. Turns into junk after a certain amount of time. Op where did it happen? I ask because some parts of the US have their own faerie stories and I wonder if it's in one those places. It's sad to see how many idiots have to come on to a thread like this and be so uncouth. It's no wonder that magic is dead, since people have lost that ability to wonder at things.
Eating mushrooms found growing wild in the woods,would most likely result in a very terrible death and someone who chose to eat them would be so violently ill and disorientated from toxic poisons flowing and rushing through their bodies,that any hallucinations those mushrooms may induce,would be the last thing on their slipping into comatose mind and even at the age of 7 or 8,we knew that was something never to do...
Originally posted by majestic3
you didn't eat any mushrooms while you was there did you
Originally posted by blocula
reply to post by loves a conspiricy
Most everyone who knows me well enough ends up telling me that i have an incredible memory and i can quote the lyrics to a thousand songs with ease and i can photographically see in color in my minds eye all sorts of places,people and situations from all throughout my childhood,even from when i was one,two and three years old and i can still hear some of the sounds and voices from those distant times and places...
And how would i be talking at three months old no matter how developed my brain might have been at a very early age? If no one ever taught me how to talk,i wouldnt be talking even now,i wouldnt know how to,because language is taught,is it not? Its not something we're born already knowing,we first have to learn the alphabet and how to sound out the vowels a e i o u and y,then we learn how to pronounce individual words and then we learn how to form them into sentences,no ones born already knowing those things...
edit on 16-3-2012 by blocula because: (no reason given)
In my opening post i mentioned how we had felt tired,layed down and fell asleep for around 3 hours,is that what your wondering about?
Originally posted by nineix
reply to post by Dustytoad
It's quite very possible the OP was gone for at least 10 hours from home.
OP has yet to divulge and answer these questions though, so, all we have is speculation.
Originally posted by zrocketman976
reply to post by blocula
Have you ever tried to get in contact with the girl who you were with?
Maybe see if she rembers.
So saith Science, right? And we all know, science hasn't ever gotten anything wrong...
Originally posted by loves a conspiricy
reply to post by blocula
I find that highly unlikely as you dont acquire autobiographical memory until the age of 3. These are false memories, or reinforced memories.
Some babies do. Some children have recall of previous lives, even. I was reading at age 2, but of course you can't believe that, because to read, you would have to remember what the letters represent, right? You are so full of it, you and your high-and-mighty science knowledge. The world is still, even with quantum physics, more mysterious and amazing than we humans generally have the capacity to imagine.
In other words you have seen images and have had the circumstances described in the past (after 3 years old) and built this into your explicit or long term memory.
ETA: The part of you brain (hippocampus) which stores these memories is not formed before 3 years old If you really could remember before 3 years old you would be talking at 3 months, feeding yourself etc by the age of 1