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#61    itsnotoutthere

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 01:38 PM

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You know, I have to say, that I am one lazy so-and-so and if I click on a topic with a "starting" posting more than two lines I tend to click back off it (well maybe a few more than two lines lol).  However, I was absolutely fascinated with both PNewman and Jjbreen's postings.

The only little thing (and it is NOTHING like your two experiences) I have had was when on Honeymoon, my husband and I went out one night, when we came back I slipped over and banged my head very hard on the tiled floor.  I remember thinking "I am going to die".  However, in the next minute I awoke, it was morning and I was in bed.

My husband said I had not slipped over and neither had he put me to bed.

Your two experiences were extremely interesting (you got any more?)


Rohypnol anyone.

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 11:59 PM

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Rohypnol anyone.


If you bang your head hard on a tiled floor, that will leave a lump that would still be there in the morning, and maybe a skull fracture. Nothing that Rohypnol could make disappear.

When I was a child, I had a mild head injury, just enough to leave a lump, nothing too serious. The strangest thing was that I experienced falling and hitting my head twice, the second time a split second  after the first. And I have two completely different memories for what happened afterwards, both always seemed real and have the same mental time-stamp on them.


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Posted 08 June 2007 - 12:08 AM

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Rohypnol anyone.

This simply does not fit. Wife - Husband on their honeymoon. I'm a skeptic of a lot of things - but 'date rape drug on your honeymoon....' - just doesn't work - no need for it, if you know what I mean. original.gif


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Posted 08 June 2007 - 01:23 AM

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If you bang your head hard on a tiled floor, that will leave a lump that would still be there in the morning, and maybe a skull fracture. Nothing that Rohypnol could make disappear.

When I was a child, I had a mild head injury, just enough to leave a lump, nothing too serious. The strangest thing was that I experienced falling and hitting my head twice, the second time a split second  after the first. And I have two completely different memories for what happened afterwards, both always seemed real and have the same mental time-stamp on them.



That's weird. Do the memories turn into one after a while? like in one memory you said "oh mom, i feel" and in the second you said nothing and got up and then it's just fades to a similar memory?? Do you know what I'm gettin at ?

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 03:07 AM

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That's weird. Do the memories turn into one after a while? like in one memory you said "oh mom, i feel" and in the second you said nothing and got up and then it's just fades to a similar memory?? Do you know what I'm gettin at ?

Gene


I understand what you're saying. Yes, the two memory-lines turn back into one about an hour and a half later, shortly after I got home. It happened when I was 10, on the school playground. The difference between the two memory lines started with another kid who leaned over me, in each something different was said. The differences get much more pronounced over the timespan, until the dual memories end the same way. Strange what a small bump on the head can cause.


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Posted 08 June 2007 - 12:12 PM

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I understand what you're saying. Yes, the two memory-lines turn back into one about an hour and a half later, shortly after I got home. It happened when I was 10, on the school playground. The difference between the two memory lines started with another kid who leaned over me, in each something different was said. The differences get much more pronounced over the timespan, until the dual memories end the same way. Strange what a small bump on the head can cause.


indeed, must be a weird feeling having 2 memories at the same time until an hour and a half later. That's a really interesting story. Did you go to a doctor and see if you had an injury of sorts?


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Posted 08 June 2007 - 12:46 PM

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indeed, must be a weird feeling having 2 memories at the same time until an hour and a half later. That's a really interesting story. Did you go to a doctor and see if you had an injury of sorts?
Gene


In one of the memories I ended up at the school nurse, who said it was minor. In the other, I ended up without it being checked on, which was typical for my childhood.


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Posted 08 June 2007 - 01:51 PM

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In one of the memories I ended up at the school nurse, who said it was minor. In the other, I ended up without it being checked on, which was typical for my childhood.



Wow... interesting.

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Posted 10 June 2007 - 03:20 PM

I am a huge skeptic on here, so what I am about to post seems a little hertical. After posting this I don't care if people think i'm crazy or not, to be honest, I don't know if im crazy or not but here goes.

Yesterday, I was working my weekend job. My boss called me from the back to serve this man who came in and he was talking to, so I obligied. The man didn't seem to bothered about actually wanting something from the shop. Then the creepiest thing happened, he called me by my first name and asked me how I was and one of my friends at college was and how my physics exam had gone. I was a bit taken back and I thought this guy was some sort of stalker because I havn't seen him before but he knew things that only a few people know. And then he asked me how some girl was in my physics class at college. I said I don't know, because I'm on exam leave. I was getting a little freaked out by now, so I asked him how he knew who I was. He thought for a second and then asked for the date, so I told him, he then asked what year, so I told him. I was beginning to think this guy is some sort of wacko if he doesn't know the year, am I in danger walking home or something. He then said "Ah ok, sorry to bother you then." He took out a piece of paper from his pocket and wrote something on it and put it on the checkout. He then walked out of the shop. On the paper was 03/11/89. This scared me because that was the day I was born and only the people in my family know that, and one one or two people at college do aswell. I went and talked to my boss, asking him if he'd told the guy my name, and he swears blind that he didn't talk to any guy a few moments ago, and that nobody had come in the shop sinse I got back from lunch. I thought he was playing some sort of sick joke, but he isn't the kind of person who jokes. But he is kind so took it seriously but confused about the part with him in, and offered me a ride home incase this guy was a stalker. After I got home, I asked my parents if they knew anyone who looked like him but they said they didn't.

I dunno who this guy was, or if it even happened. I don't know, but I don't know hy my boss couldn't remember talking to him, or how the guy knew some of those things.
Then this morning I read this thread and it sounded kind of familiar, so I thought I should post it here and see that you think, wiether I am crazy or not. hmm.gif

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Posted 10 June 2007 - 03:32 PM

maybe he is experiencing same experience as people here do
or maybe he is just a stalker

Edited by PulsE, 10 June 2007 - 03:32 PM.

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 02:25 AM

If reality is real, then maybe he was a time-traveller or something like that? But that wouldn't explain why your boss didn't remember the encounter afterwards.

But I think maybe reality isn't too solid, errors are forming, continuity is breaking down. Today I had to take a drive with my wicked step-mother. Along the way we passed the location of a computer shop where I bought this computer I'm using. It's been out of business for the last 4 years, and long gone.
I know, because I'd gone back for repairs, hoping they'd honor their guaranty. In the present, the store front had been taken over by some other business. I commented about that as we passed it. Fine. On the return trip along the same route, 3 hours later, it was there again as though it never left (?) If I'm losing my wits, at least I don't have to go much longer with them lost.


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Posted 11 June 2007 - 03:23 AM

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see that you think, wiether I am crazy or not. hmm.gif


I think not. It happens. I'd say it was someone messing with your head, but how would they have got your boss's cooperation?

If you want to read up on "time slips," it seems to me that they show up in books of ghost stories for some reason.

Great story.


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Posted 11 June 2007 - 04:09 AM

Either your mom was messing with your head or you and some others it seems maybe somehow are jumping back and forth into other dimensions which is possible. Study spin waves, it may give you a good idea what may have happened.                                                                                                                                                                                                     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spin_%28physics%29                                                                                                                                                   http://biologyofkundalini.com/article.php?...iontoZero-Point                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

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This has been a life long thing for me; I can remember me first noticing something amidst from quite young age.  Let me explain to you in which the world I live.  

I remember it was a winter day and my Mom was putting on my snowsuit for school.  I looked down at my jacket and noticed the string attached to my zipper was different.  Normally it was a little wooden whale but now it was a bright red streamer with a ball attached.  I asked my Mother why she changed it, and she "I didn't, it was always like this".

Now normally I would agree maybe I just mistaken, but a few days later it was the little wooden whale again.  Once again I asked my Mother and I got the same answer "It was always like this".

For the next 5 years I owned that jacket, I never knew day to day which zipper I was going to get.  It is just not limited to that.  I would noticed buildings I have never seen before, the next day the building will be gone, the day after it will be there again.  

The sign that tells you my town’s population was always different; sometimes it would say 6127 and others 6294.  I would leave town and it would be one, come back and it would be another.  The next day I would leave down again and it would be back to the first number.

It is not only that, there are slight changes.  Movies that exist in one world and not another, celebrities that are alive in one but not another.   Paul Newman died in 1998 (Hence my name), I remember exactly where I was when I heard the news.  I was in a furniture store looking at a new sofa when I heard a woman upset in the backroom.  When I went to look they were watching a CNN with the headline "Paul Newman died of a heart attack this afternoon".  

I thought about it no more until Cars came out, I brought my son to see it.  Imagine my dismay when I saw Paul Newman's name in the credits.  To continue this, in my world James Dean died in a plane crash not a car crash.

I can list more to the brand of soap I use in the shower changing day to day, to which way I have to turn my facet to get hot water changing.  

I have experimented with putting a number on my calculator than writing it down on a piece of paper.  I would leave the number on my calculator overnight then check the paper in the morning, quite often the numbers would be different even though it would be impossible.  

I'm not asking anyone to believe me, but if anyone has had any of the same experiences please share them with me, so I know I'm not alone in this.




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Posted 12 June 2007 - 08:17 PM

I read the first page, and then it hit me...

This could all be lucid dreaming. Out-Of-Body dreams aren't that uncommon. It's involuntary astral projection. I've had dreams that I was so sure were real. One time, I even asked my sister if she liked the gift I had given her...but she just stared back at me with a confused expression and asked 'What gift?'


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Posted 13 June 2007 - 12:44 AM

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Either your mom was messing with your head or you and some others it seems maybe somehow are jumping back and forth into other dimensions which is possible. Study spin waves, it may give you a good idea what may have happened.                                                                                                                                                                                                     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spin_%28physics%29                                                                                                                                                   http://biologyofkundalini.com/article.php?...iontoZero-Point


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Hmmm...
I never heard of the "spin" theory before.
The strangest thing happened a few nights ago, and i still haven't figured out what the hell it means.
I was lying in bed half asleep, but cognizant of my surroundings.
I had this crazy sensation that i was seperating from my body, and since I have OBE before was kinda expecting to have another experience.
This time though I never really left my body, but instead it felt like I did a 360 end over end flip over, like I left my body did a flip and then returned to my body.
I awoke and did the WTF thing.
Still can't figure out why I flipped around and returned. huh.gif
Anyway...back to your regular programming. blink.gif

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