posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 12:46 PM
This is what makes me wonder if deja vu could actually be a small section of a dream that the person does not remember consciously. I mean it is well
known that everyone dreams, even if they do not think they do because they do not remember them. They may have no conscious link with them, but they
still dream without that "knowing" or conscious knowledge. Of course this deja vu feeling could also be nothing more than a misfiring of neurons or
some other relatively common and universal brain phenomenon, and is a result of the particular development of the human brain that is shared by
I am definitely not against the idea of precognition and dreaming the future, as there are too many related "paranormal" events, some very similar,
that have so much circumstantial, and even direct, evidence that it is hard for a rational person to simply overlook these things without any
investigation. It seems that the idea of every human having latent abilities is quite true, although very few attempt to develop this spiritually
intellectual side of themselves.
I mean there are people here on ATS that would astound you with their abilities, but many do not talk about them, and others get scoffed at quite
often. And then there are those who believe because they believe everything, which is not good, and then there are those who have actually put some
time and thought into these subjects and ideas, and who have accepted these abilities as being authentic, although there are conflicting ideas as to
the origins of man and his ideas and abilities. I do not really have anything to say other than that I hope this works out for you for the best.