I don't start many threads, but I just ran into something that I find TOO WEIRD and synchronistic to NOT talk about.
In this thread I will focus on mnemonic evidence for parallel realities. That is, incidents which one person remembers with absolute clarity, while
another person doesn't remember at all, or better yet, the internet provides evidence never happened.
To start: my first experience with this was probably hearing some 10 years ago on the radio that actor Abe Vigoda had died. I didn't think on it a
whole lot, but later I was on youtube and saw something recent that involved him. And according to
, he's STILL ALIVE.
But that's just for starters. A few years later, I was working in the garage on a car for my father, and I heard (on the radio again) that Christopher
Lee had died. Wrong! He's still alive, too! This has also happened with Larry Hagman, whom I had heard died about five years ago. I thought it was
sad, and when I heard the news I thought of the film he was in, "Last of the Good Guys", wherein he played a motorcycle cop whose bike fell over on
him and killed him, with a slightly-comical twitch of the feet. Then, last year, I saw him on CNN touting the reboot of "Dallas". I was gobsmacked,
Two years ago, my friend James from Sedona, AZ told me about his friend who, when he offered him a cigarette (as was his custom when they were outside
for a break from their stained-glass business), said he hadn't smoked in five years. But my friend knew him to practically be a chain smoker. He
assumed his friend was joking, and pressed him on it. The friend got angry and said that if he didn't stop he was going to leave him to finish the
window himself. James never saw him smoke again until a year or so later when he took it back up.
About a month after that incident, he and I had a conversation in which (in my version) he brought up an idea for a book he'd had. I thought it was a
great idea, and the next time we talked, I brought it up again. But he said it had been my idea, and remembers me describing it to him! Yes, we are on
similar life paths, but that's just eerie.
About two months after that, my father told me on the phone that he was going to get a certain elective surgery I remember very clearly asking him
after the fact how the procedure had gone and he told me he was pretty much staying in bed for 3 days, changing the dressing every few hours, etc.
When I returned to Tennessee, somehow the subject came up and I asked him how it had healed. He denies ever having had the procedure, and offered to
Just a couple of weeks ago, he asked me about a certain website I had told him about. He described it, and said it had the word 'red' in the name. I
told him i didn't know what he was talking about. He said "sure you do, you stood right there and told me about it." Well, I said that if it had red
in the name, he could just type red into the address bar, and any website with the word 'red' in the page title would show up in the drop-down menu.
He did so and immediately found it. I said "I've never seen that site before", and proved it to him by doing the same in my browser on my computer. No
red anything. I never delete my history, because I'm interested in so many subjects that bookmarks become unmanageable. That's weird, don't you think?
He has evidence of a site he says I told him about, yet I have evidence that I've never been to that site!
And to top it off, today I was on Netflix and they suggested a film called "Alien vs. Hunter" from 2007, starring William Katt. Well, in the universe
I come from, William Katt died around 2001 from cancer! I remember that very clearly because "The Greatest American Hero" was one of my favorite shows
as a kid, and "House" one of my favorite films, even to this day. Come to see, deadoralive info says he's still alive! Oh and that's just the first
part. I thought to check on Robert Culp, whom I remember died some time ago, who was Katt's costar on "The Greatest American Hero". Turns out he died
three years ago ON THIS VERY DAY. Weird doesn't even begin to cover that!
What the hell is going on? Is someone trying to tell me something?
edit on 24-3-2013 by seamus because: meh