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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 07:50 PM
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Just a few weeks ago, my almost 11-year-old son and I experienced a dimension slip. We both remember the sequence of events exactly the same way - and we're missing an entire day.

This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.

My son's middle school has a very nice after-school program with lots of interesting courses, and before the Christmas break they'd sent home a leaflet listing the courses for the students to pick from.

So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.

I said, "Are you sure this is something new, or is it the same origami class you already took not long ago?"

He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day, he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.

The next day, when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day. I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.

The next day when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?"

We both went through it over and over, and he was right:

- I asked him about the courses on Wednesday (holiday) and said he should ask Mrs. L. about the origami class
- The next day, he asked Mrs. L. and I filled out the form
- The next day, he had the envelope with him, but forgot to hand it in
- The next day, he finally handed it in.

That's 3 days of school, but he only HAD Thursday and Friday that week!

Where did the third day go?

This is not the first dimension slip I had, but it's one of only two that have been confirmed by another person. (The other was an incident years ago where my husband and I watched a movie on DVD, only to see it come out in the theaters about a year later.)

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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 07:59 PM
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I had a similar experience with the counting of days and also confirmed with another person. We just wrote it off as road fever as we were touring with a stunt show. Days truly did run together back then. It's almost as if my youth was one long wonderful day.
None-the-less, it was weird for sure and it still bugs me thirty years later.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:09 PM
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I "lost" 01 JAN 14 as well.

I feel, however, my timeslip had more to do with vodka.

But cool anecdote. Better than most as you have a witness in your son.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:19 PM
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HAHA. You are testing us It doesn't look like a dimensional slip to me, but rather a test of our reading focus. But ok, I'll play along. My observations are in the double parentheses below.


sylvie
Just a few weeks ago, my almost 11-year-old son and I experienced a dimension slip. We both remember the sequence of events exactly the same way - and we're missing an entire day.

This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.

My son's middle school has a very nice after-school program with lots of interesting courses, and before the Christmas break they'd sent home a leaflet listing the courses for the students to pick from.

So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.

I said, "Are you sure this is something new, or is it the same origami class you already took not long ago?"

He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day ((Thursday))and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day ((Thursday)), he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.

The next day ((Friday)), when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day ((Monday)). I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.

The next day when he came home from school ((Monday)), I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?" ((The kid's clever and mom is not/or Mom is spoofing us, etc))

We both went through it over and over, and he was right:
((Here comes the fictional part, folks!))

- I asked him about the courses on Wednesday (holiday) and said he should ask Mrs. L. about the origami class
- The next day, he asked Mrs. L. and I filled out the form
- The next day, he had the envelope with him, but forgot to hand it in
- The next day, he finally handed it in.

That's 3 days of school, but he only HAD Thursday and Friday that week!

Where did the third day go?

This is not the first dimension slip I had, but it's one of only two that have been confirmed by another person. (The other was an incident years ago where my husband and I watched a movie on DVD, only to see it come out in the theaters about a year later.)

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So I have to ask: Do you sell used cars for a living, Sylvie?

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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:24 PM
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35Foxtrot
I "lost" 01 JAN 14 as well.

I feel, however, my timeslip had more to do with vodka.

But cool anecdote. Better than most as you have a witness in your son.


Those solitary dimension slips are just frustrating as hell, because everyone else looks at you as if you're crazy. I had one incident in my German group where no one but me remembered the original setup.

We're meeting once a month, always at someone else's house. That time we met at Susanne's* (all names changed) who'd just rented a new house. She'd gotten herself a roommate, a German woman named Maria, to pay for the rent. I distinctly remember talking about it with her - I was kind of in awe about how she put an ad on Craigslist for a roommate and managed to find another German woman, and one who she got along with so well.

About one year later, we met at Katharina's house. She had a new kitten, and Maria seemed to be extremely familiar with the cat. I wondered out loud about that, and Maria said, "Why, I live here, after all."

I: "What do you mean, you live here?"

Maria, looking at me strange: "Of course, I've been living with Katharina for quite a while now."

I: "When did you move out of Susanne's house?"

Maria, looking at me even stranger: "I never lived at Susanne's house."

I was completely flabbergasted, but the entire German group insisted that Maria had ALWAYS lived at Katharina's house and NEVER at Susanne's house. Totally insane, and you feel like an idiot and everyone's staring at you like you're certifiable.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:29 PM
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aboutface
HAHA. You are testing us It doesn't look like a dimensional slip to me, but rather a test of our reading focus. But ok, I'll play along. My observations are in the double parentheses below.


sylvie
Just a few weeks ago, my almost 11-year-old son and I experienced a dimension slip. We both remember the sequence of events exactly the same way - and we're missing an entire day.

This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.

My son's middle school has a very nice after-school program with lots of interesting courses, and before the Christmas break they'd sent home a leaflet listing the courses for the students to pick from.

So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.

I said, "Are you sure this is something new, or is it the same origami class you already took not long ago?"

He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day ((Thursday))and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day ((Thursday)), he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.

The next day ((Friday)), when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day ((Monday)). I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.

The next day when he came home from school ((Monday)), I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?" ((The kid's clever and mom is not/or Mom is spoofing us, etc))

We both went through it over and over, and he was right:
((Here comes the fictional part, folks!))

- I asked him about the courses on Wednesday (holiday) and said he should ask Mrs. L. about the origami class
- The next day, he asked Mrs. L. and I filled out the form
- The next day, he had the envelope with him, but forgot to hand it in
- The next day, he finally handed it in.

That's 3 days of school, but he only HAD Thursday and Friday that week!

Where did the third day go?

This is not the first dimension slip I had, but it's one of only two that have been confirmed by another person. (The other was an incident years ago where my husband and I watched a movie on DVD, only to see it come out in the theaters about a year later.)

edit on 17-1-2014 by sylvie because: (no reason given)


So I have to ask: Do you sell used cars for a living, Sylvie?

edit on 17-1-2014 by aboutface because: (no reason given)


No need to get nasty here, my dear. This is the Gray Zone, and I'm telling my (true) story, and if you refuse to believe it, that's your prerogative.

All your insertions of ((Monday)), BTW, don't work out, because it was Friday, Jan. 3, when my son pointed out to me what was happening - the Friday of that same week WHEN it was happening, so there was no Monday in between.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:38 PM
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sylvie


This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.



So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.
-First day wed 1st


He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day, he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.
-2nd day thurs 2nd

The next day, when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day. I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.
-3rd day fri 3rd
The next day when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.
-4th day sat 5th

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?"


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I'm seeing 4 days not three, maybe i'm reading wrong?



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 08:52 PM
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A similar thing happened here:

www.abovetopsecret.com...


And keeps happening to many of us. To me it is like astral travel, many will refuse to believe until it happens to them and they have little choice but to believe



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:28 PM
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EA006

sylvie


This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.



So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.
-First day wed 1st


He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day, he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.
-2nd day thurs 2nd

The next day, when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day. I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.
-3rd day fri 3rd
The next day when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.
-4th day sat 5th

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?"


edit on 17-1-2014 by sylvie because: (no reason given)


I'm seeing 4 days not three, maybe i'm reading wrong?


4 days in all, which included 3 school days, even though that week only had 2 school days.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:34 PM
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Lol sure you didn't send the youngster to school on a day you shouldn't have? Or it was Double down Thursday?

Strange times.
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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:36 PM
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Guys, it's a fairly simple concept. They went through Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. They went to sleep Friday night and woke up Friday morning.

*edit* Maybe the universe gave your kid a second chance at responsibility because the origami class would have been filled by Monday morning.
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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:43 PM
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sylvie

EA006

sylvie


This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.



So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.
-First day wed 1st


He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day, he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.
-2nd day thurs 2nd

The next day, when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day. I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.
-3rd day fri 3rd
The next day when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.
-4th day sat 5th

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?"


edit on 17-1-2014 by sylvie because: (no reason given)


I'm seeing 4 days not three, maybe i'm reading wrong?


4 days in all, which included 3 school days, even though that week only had 2 school days.


i'm not even sure...

what to say to this although it's not the first I've heard of it ..but my missing items thread is fairly extensive..which even spilled over into my place of employment back in 2008....

so you're missing 2 days in total ..from what I can gather.. since it would have been Friday that you and your son talked about this .. ?



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:44 PM
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Lynk3
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Guys, it's a fairly simple concept. They went through Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. They went to sleep Friday night and woke up Friday morning.

*edit* Maybe the universe gave your kid a second chance at responsibility because the origami class would have been filled by Monday morning.
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Good one. My son's chuckling too.



posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 09:50 PM
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if the first was wednesday... no school. thursday and friday would only be 2 days.

Re read OP, nvm.
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posted on Jan, 17 2014 @ 10:20 PM
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sylvie


No need to get nasty here, my dear. This is the Gray Zone, and I'm telling my (true) story, and if you refuse to believe it, that's your prerogative.


Apologies, Sylvie. I really thought it was a spoof test and that you were deliberately putting us on. However, as you point out, it's the gray area.

So carry on, everyone. I'm bowing out of this forum.



posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 12:38 AM
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Merely a glitch in the matrix

Interesting story. If/when stuff like this happens, I wonder how many people are just too distracted with life's chaos to notice. Not sure I would have caught it.

I do seem to lose track of what day it is occasionally--maybe I should start a daily journal or something to see if I'm experiencing something similar or am just a scatter brain.



posted on Jan, 18 2014 @ 01:47 AM
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Well, I didn't dare talk to anyone about it, I experienced a similar glitch myself that week!! It was not the first of January, but the second or third... since I didn't note it down, I am not sure now.

But I kept thinking about the alternate reality hypotheses, especially when I kept noticing weird little changes- like seeing a house I had never seen before on the road I take many times a day from my home to the village. Yet this house was obviously not new. I drive by it, I walk by it, I ride my horse by it, and had never seen it? The rest of the houses on either side of it, I know by heart!

The view of the alps from our house I know by heart too, and yet there is a new mountain in it I have never seen.

Just weird stuff like that, I've been noticing all week. I feel...different.

In my case, I think it could be a personal transition of some sort, and perhaps we just are blind to some things around us all the time, so breaking out of a particular mind set might allow you to notice things you hadn't before.

Though that wouldn't explain your story.

So maybe a lot of us just did a reality jump.
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posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 08:31 PM
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Komodo

sylvie

EA006

sylvie


This year, New Year's Day, Jan. 1, was on a Wednesday, and Jan. 2 was my son's first day of school after the Christmas break.



So on Jan. 1, Wednesday, I asked my son which courses he wanted to do, so I could fill out the form, write the check, and get the whole thing done with. He picked three classes, one of which was origami.
-First day wed 1st


He said he didn't know, so I asked him to go to Mrs. L., who gave the course, the next day and ask her so I could get the form filled out and finished up.

The next day, he came home from school and said he had asked Mrs. L., and it was cool, and he wanted to do the course. So I listed all three courses on the form, wrote the check, put both in an envelope, and handed it to my son. He put the envelope in a binder in his backpack.
-2nd day thurs 2nd

The next day, when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope at the school office. He said he'd forgotten, but promised high and low to remember the next day. I even watched him put the envelope in a special pocket in his backpack so he wouldn't forget again.
-3rd day fri 3rd
The next day when he came home from school, I asked him if he had handed in the envelope, and he said, yes, he'd done it.
-4th day sat 5th

Then he looked at me and said, "But you know what's weird? I only had TWO days of school this week, but all the stuff I did took THREE days. Where did the third day go?"


edit on 17-1-2014 by sylvie because: (no reason given)


I'm seeing 4 days not three, maybe i'm reading wrong?


4 days in all, which included 3 school days, even though that week only had 2 school days.


i'm not even sure...

what to say to this although it's not the first I've heard of it ..but my missing items thread is fairly extensive..which even spilled over into my place of employment back in 2008....

so you're missing 2 days in total ..from what I can gather.. since it would have been Friday that you and your son talked about this .. ?


No, just missing 1 day. We talked about this Friday afternoon after he got home from school. Sorry, BTW, that I haven't looked at the thread for a while; was swamped with work.



posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 08:39 PM
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lumpster13
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Merely a glitch in the matrix

Interesting story. If/when stuff like this happens, I wonder how many people are just too distracted with life's chaos to notice. Not sure I would have caught it.

I do seem to lose track of what day it is occasionally--maybe I should start a daily journal or something to see if I'm experiencing something similar or am just a scatter brain.


I had one of those once as well. My son was about 4 or 5 when it happened. It was summer and I was taking him for a walk on a recreation path in town. We stopped at a place by the river where he always liked to play, throw rocks, etc. Part of the path was on the other side of the river and way above us. I was watching a man with a beige outfit and beige baseball hat walk down the path and disappear behind a group of trees. I briefly looked away to check on my son--for a few seconds--and looked back... and the SAME man with beige outfit and beige baseball hat walked in the same direction and AGAIN disappeared behind the same group of trees. At first I thought I'd seen twins or something, but there was only ONE man coming out from behind the group of trees as I looked on. I felt like I had witnessed the scene with the black cat from "The Matrix." Weird.



posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 08:41 PM
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lumpster13
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Merely a glitch in the matrix

Interesting story. If/when stuff like this happens, I wonder how many people are just too distracted with life's chaos to notice. Not sure I would have caught it.

I do seem to lose track of what day it is occasionally--maybe I should start a daily journal or something to see if I'm experiencing something similar or am just a scatter brain.


I probably wouldn't have caught it if it wasn't for my son. Sometimes I wonder if these "dimension/reality shifts" perhaps happen every day, but they are so minute and so quick that we usually don't realize it. Maybe we're bouncing between parallel realities all the time...





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