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Flash525

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#1 10 years ago

So, we all dream, every night, for approximately two to three hours (assuming you get a good nights sleep). Some people remember their dreams well, others don't recall them at all, and some remember bits and pieces. Anyway, I was reading up on some paranormal websites earlier, and came across an article about dreams. Please see: Psychic Readings - Psychic Dreams It says here, that when we sleep, we go into a form of 'psychic mode', and within our dreaming, can on occasion see the future (this is what that De Ja Vu is all about). Those who have experienced De Ja Vu will know, that they do something, or see something that they swear they've seen or done before... This apparently is you doing or seeing something that you have already witnessed in a dream. I wouldn't mind knowing what others think about this... It is an intriguing topic to say the least. Time as we know it is suppose to be unstoppable, and unpredictable, yet, if we can get a glimpse into the future (via telepathy) then the prospect of time travel is open also. For those interested, another article to read up on would be this one here: On The Edge of Time: The Mystery of Time Slips, By Tim Swartz Quite Interesting I think.




wjlaslo

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#2 10 years ago
Tycoon;4052204So, we all dream, every night, for approximately two to three hours (assuming you get a good nights sleep). Some people remember their dreams well, others don't recall them at all, and some remember bits and pieces. Anyway, I was reading up on some paranormal websites earlier, and came across an article about dreams. Please see: Psychic Readings - Psychic Dreams It says here, that when we sleep, we go into a form of 'psychic mode', and within our dreaming, can on occasion see the future (this is what that De Ja Vu is all about). Those who have experienced De Ja Vu will know, that they do something, or see something that they swear they've seen or done before... This apparently is you doing or seeing something that you have already witnessed in a dream. I wouldn't mind knowing what others think about this... It is an intriguing topic to say the least. Time as we know it is suppose to be unstoppable, and unpredictable, yet, if we can get a glimpse into the future (via telepathy) then the prospect of time travel is open also. For those interested, another article to read up on would be this one here: On The Edge of Time: The Mystery of Time Slips, By Tim Swartz Quite Interesting I think.

I'm not the only person who might have had this before then. My deja vu experiences are different from everyone else's. I have a deja vu thing where I just suddenly remember doing something before. I pass it off as deja vu. But then two days later it came true. This was about two years ago. Then, the night before this happened: Police: Teen hiding object shouts, 'Come get me, I have a gun' - CNN.com I had a dream where a teenager pointed a gun at US police officier, but the policeman shot him first. Strange.




Benzin

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#3 10 years ago

I often have "deja vu" I often see something and then a varied amount of time, shortest was a few hours longest was six years I remember a few seconds of time and I can tell the thing that will happen in a few seconds, but it really is annoying.




Griffin_NL

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#4 10 years ago

Nah, I do not think I really believe in that stuff you posted. The most plausible explanation of a deja-vu for me is the 'done it before'-explanation. Like, your brain kinda 'adjusts' something you've done before to 'fit' the image of you doing it in the present - thus making it seem like you're experiencing something you've done before.

But I must admit that Deja-Vu's are kinda strange though. Funny as well, sometimes I'm like 'shit, I've seen this "before"'. Ah well, the mind/soul/brain thing is rather incomprehensible.

Concerning the other (second) link you posted, I do not really believe in that kind of stuff. 'Time slips'? Meh.




Benzin

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#5 10 years ago

Also, I don't claim that I've done something before, I feel that I've seen and experienced it in a sub-concious state of mind. Nobody knows what the brain is capable of.

Note. My experiences in no way makes me think that there may be some divine intervention.




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#6 10 years ago

I have had several instances where I had a dream about something totally meaningless and that had no meaning and the odd part is I could always distinctly remember the dream after waking.

A few months go by and I have forgotten about the dreama nd then suddenly real life and a scene from the dream merge and synchronize and I always suddenly remember that this is the moment from the dream. It always startles me and people who have seen my face at the moment of realization say I look like I had just seen a ghost.

The dreams are usually 6 months to a year into the future. Its always something simple like a short conversation, talking a walk, a certain scenery or view, a spoken phrase or something.




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#7 10 years ago

I am true belive in this a year ago, I have a dream that I was in the mataway park with kids (I'll explain this in min) So a few weeks later I was in the mataway park with Cadets taking them sliding down the hill, funny thing is that I've never been there before and I knew where to go, I live in Arnpior and the mataway park is in renfrew 15mins away, so I just stood there wondering WTF?


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#8 10 years ago

I once Dreamed I'd fall down the stairs when I was 5 the next morning I fell down the stairs




Lützow

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#9 10 years ago

No, I don't believe it.

As far as I know, brain consist of ordinary nerve cells and infact isn't all that mysterious, it's just another organ. It doesn't have any "magical" abilities such as telling the future. I believe that dreams are just the brain progressing information during our sleep and any similarities with following events are just coincidence.

I've had couple of de ja vu:s myself, interesting things they are. I read somewhere that scientists say they develop when the information from one eye arrives to the brain bit earlier than from the another, causing a "double memory". Although that doesn't explain how someone can remember doing something years before...




Benzin

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#10 10 years ago

Lützow;4053079No, I don't believe it.

As far as I know, brain consist of ordinary nerve cells and infact isn't all that mysterious, it's just another organ. It doesn't have any "magical" abilities such as telling the future. I believe that dreams are just the brain progressing information during our sleep and any similarities with following events are just coincidence.

I've had couple of de ja vu:s myself, interesting things they are. I read somewhere that scientists say they develop when the information from one eye arrives to the brain bit earlier than from the another, causing a "double memory". Although that doesn't explain how someone can remember doing something years before...

For all we know, minature black holes could appear in space time and cause the future to travel through seperate points into different places and times and meet each other, but that's a bit illogical.