posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 05:22 PM
Come on people, greys and shadow people and parallel universe time stream problems? so it's just a normal occurrence for everyone to see
these things and know a little bit about them. If you lost a half an hour Wylekat ( or gained one) you probably just lost track of time or you're
watch broke. No aliens or parallel universes. This thread already has almost fifty replies and I can't get fifteen. The people are just encouraging
each other or are BS artists about who knows more about crazy. It's reasons like this that I gotta take a break from this site now and again every
once in a while. Sorry to ruin your thread about watching your neighbors cat beat up your kitten, ........ but come on. You have met greys AND shadow
people and talk about them so non-chalontly.
no it's actually not a normal occurance for 'everyone' to experience this; otherwise we wouldn't have to come here to talk about it
lots of folks, just like yourself out there; no aliens, no ghosts, no nothing...or the flipside of that are those who experience it and then 'ignore
it until it goes away'. they are also usually the same kind of people who ignore many problems hoping that those troubles will 'vanish'
miraculously, too. nothing wrong in naivete; but we are living in very unusual times and, i for one, would much rather be aware than too afraid to
deal with what is right in front of me..
he didn't lose a half hour; they experienced it differently, completely different animals here. and yes, those who have experienced paranormal
occurrances often have many different types of events in their lives, ranging from everything from door knocking to weird orbs that just appear to
shadow dogs, to alien crafts, and sometimes, actual encounters with the visitors are remembered. the people who are remembering are the ones paying
attention; and so, all the other fun stuff is going on, too, like these time slips. this poster is not the first person to talk of this; there have
been accounts of this for a long long time, and no, no one is delusional...i mean, there are delusional people out there, no doubt, but they are more
the type who want to ignore what is happening all around them; their fear overshadows even their ability to be logical and look at all the facts.
because--when you look at all the evidence, all the accounts, it would be illogical to dismiss a good portion of them. gone are the days of the
'spammers'; there are still a few lurking around but they get no attention; other experiencers also have the ability to 'smell a rat' better than
i really liked what magician(?)said, 'don't freak out this is normal'; it sure is becoming that way for some of us. a friend who i think wanted
to 'prove' that these things were not happening told me to write a journal everyday of the weirdness that would occur(i believe she thought i would
see that it really didn't happen much). it was hysterical, but a very good exercise :::thumbs:: i realized that trare were the days when absolutely
nothing out of the ordinary happened; and i betcha it's that way for a lot of people nowadays..
ignoring what is front of your face is not such a wise idea. not really researching and reading through as much as you can before you make what is
known as an 'informed decision' is also not in anyone's best interest. and--constantly falling back on the concept of questioning the
experiencer's sanity is so old and not productive...when you do this instead of trying to find out more about it, all you do is bring your own
validity into question..