posted on Sep, 18 2012 @ 05:11 PM
Originally posted by LesMisanthrope
Originally posted by Zane Zackerly
Once again: if you had the feeling you'd know it, and you'd know that something is about to happen.
That's why I chose the word "premonition".
So you can say with 100% certainty that you know something is about to happen? I doubt that. What you're doing is fearing the unknown. The problem is
you don't know what's going to happen, and it worries you—all of you.
edit on 18-9-2012 by LesMisanthrope because: (no reason given)
I can say that I've had feelings of overall anxiety, or some general fear of the future, or some"paranoia" before.
This is different.
Someone on the other thread described it as "a disturbance in the Force", and this seems applicable.
I also might add, if you want to continue the Star Wars metaphor, that it's like when a character would say, "I've got a bad feeling about
Remember when Luke was on the shuttle with the rest of the rebels in Return of the Jedi, and he spontanteously says, "I'm endangering the mission.
I shouldn't have come." He KNEW that what he was sensing was correct.
Now, if nothing happens then the naysayers will obviously have a field day with it. I have experience to believe that at least some things about the
future can be changed. I do not believe necessarily that everything happens because of "destiny."
This premontion I describe, though, very definitely feels like "fulfillment of destiny." You know that it's going to happen; if you turn the
corner to avoid it you simply run into it anyway.
Again, I do not want to be condescending, but it's kind of like describing how a strawberry tastes. If you've never eaten a strawberry, no amount
of descriptive words can ever convey the flavor to you.