reply to post by eyesontheskies
We will attempt to offer our knowledge on the subject, filtered through the frequency of this MBSC.
We would propose taking a second to think about the time-space, as well as space-time of the event(s). During the next occurrence of said "Deja Vu",
take a second to notice your surroundings. Look at where you are, what time you read from your clocks, maybe take a few notes or a voice recording.
Write down or speak whatever is on your mind in that exact moment. Once completed, read/ listen to your annotations. ..
Next, is the hard part. Really try to focus on what this occurrence has reflected. By this, we mean try to remember where/when/how you were when this
'event' first took place. This will be very difficult, for it would be like trying to remember a dream hours after you have waken up, taken a shower,
and made some coffee.
This is where most would be confused, because..well..'you' simply do not know where/when/how you were when that happened..this is why we are here in
the first place.
Once one has their annotations in whatever form they choose, we would propose one would further analyze to try to come up with some reasoning.
Everything we intercept from these 3rd dimensional paradigic beings through their 5 senses are symbols; symbology, if you will. Everything, every
word, every though form, has an underlying purpose.
The origin of the event that induced this feeling could be one of many. Deja Vu, involves fragments of memories. But, we ask, what is
anyway? Would you agree that one possess 'memories' that they never 'knew' happened? Have you ever found yourself at a certain destination, without
even remembering how you got there? If so, who is to say that memory was yours in the first place?
Keep asking questions, my friend. Knock, and the door will open.
edit on 24-12-2012 by GreeneLight because: (no reason given)