posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 11:35 AM
reply to post by orionthehunter
I don't know if what I've experienced the past week is so much about time-slipping as it is "alternate realities" or parallel times. On 3
different occasions in the past week, I wake up, tell my husband about a weird dream I had, talk about the weather, etc. He wakes before I do in the
morning for work and I usually lay in bed for an extra 10 minutes, talking to him while he gets dressed, etc.. Later in the day, I come back to the
conversation I had with him in the morning and he swears that we never spoke. 2 of the last 3 times, I was walking around, out of bed and talking to
him, watch him leave for work, etc. The first time, now this is the weird part because when I read what you wrote it gave me a shudder... the first
time I was telling him how I had a dream, was explaining it to him as he was in bed awake. When I finished telling him this, I rolled over to talk to
him face to face and he was asleep. A minute later, I asked him if he had heard what I said and he said no, he was just waking up and never heard me
at all. Still a little sleepy, I suggested that it has happened again, that it was weird, thought I was talking to him and having this moment with
him, but that it must have been a time slip, felt like I was in two realities at once. The wording itself was strange for me to say.
I know I wasn't dreaming the last two times, but I swear I wasn't the first time, either. I had actual memory of this, much different from a lucid
dream or something like that, because I lucid dream all of the time. I have no idea what happened this week, but at the end of the day when I mention
our morning conversation, he just looks dumbfounded because he has no idea what I'm talking about.
Maybe time isn't weird for this week, but footing in reality sure is