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I contacted my mother and myself from the future...
#11
I've had experience's where I've seen myself or others have things happening 1-5 minutes before they happen. For instance: I see a Walmart employee walking with coffee and I get a flash where she drops the cup, 2 minutes later I fallowed her and she dropped it.
Many believe extraterrestrials might be enhancing our 6th sense by being in contact with certain people. Just saying next time you get a flash check how much time has passed and then write everything down in full detail that way (like a dream journal) you an keep track of these happenings.

- Orion
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#12
Wow this post rings all the bells. When I first reported an incident which happened to me many years ago, I mentioned that I was told by an unknown voice that time did not exist except on earth. That the past, present and future were all happening in the here and now. That our paths are all laid out for us because they have already happened. I had no response from others so thank goodness a like minded post.

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#13
If you believe in precognition, how else to explain it except that time is non-linear? How else could someone see something that is yet to happen? (And no, not all precognitive experiences are false memories or delusions)

Sometimes, it is just seconds before the event we see happen. Other times, it is longer. But seeing something "come to pass" that had been predicted by a vision previously is not an uncommon experience. I'm talking about something more than vague deja vu.

The phone calls and the dreams of the OP's friends that predicted her crash are fascinating. It sounds to me like her mother was having this vision, until you add the weird detail of an actual phone call. That's just mind boggling.

I have no ideas here, really.

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#14
Just a thought
Joan Armatrading- Down to Zero
As one takes the length of a moment down to zero it could be surmised that time approaches Eternity
This is Eternity- enjoy your stay
Parallel Universe? Have you even seen one Universe?
Scientists are not allowed to say time is eternal, or they could get "locked in" syndrome
I think all religions think that the universe has a beginning.
There's logic flapping in the wind of tyranny
No free thought there
Einstein was confused between relativity and absolution, mathematically speaking
And the madness continues
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#15
(02-08-2015, 03:08 AM)NotaPenguin Wrote: Do you think the phone call where you answered yourself was you fom the future? If so, do you think you'll have to call yourself later to complete the time loop, like what happened with your mom and the car crash, or do you think it won't matter if you do?

hmmm... haven't thought of a time loop. The car crash phone call actually happened to my mom but I called her both times. The completion of that loop ended up being life changing. The car wreck led to me leaving and a whole other sequence of events that changed my life for the better. However, the second call was almost like another version of me was having a bit of fun. After I thought on it awhile I imagined a few other "mes' sitting around in palaver and saying to one another, "Hey let's mess with that me on Earth!" And then I called.

I intuitively felt like the second call was free from urgency or strain, just a friendly hello.

I wonder what the completion of that time loop will be?

Interestingly enough, right after that I started to consciously awaken memories of my other existences.
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#16
The physical aspect of it is what is most puzzling to me. I don't know how a call could come in from your actual cell phone on your bed to you from you (?) It was a call made from that exact phone, logged in for time and to the home number. It was made while you sat in the bathroom and answered it. It sounded like you, but it wasn't from the future. How could it be? It was logged in as having been called - the cell phone called the home phone- at the time you got it. In other words, the call was made when you picked it up.

My only guess that could explain it is that one of your kids punched the home number and then when you answered "hello" they mimicked "hello" back in your tone of voice. Then, denied it. It would be a good joke.

The calls about the car wreck are not explainable that way at all. That one just baffled the heck outa me.
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#17
(02-12-2015, 09:52 AM)Gizmo Wrote: The physical aspect of it is what is most puzzling to me. I don't know how a call could come in from your actual cell phone on your bed to you from you (?) It was a call made from that exact phone, logged in for time and to the home number. It was made while you sat in the bathroom and answered it. It sounded like you, but it wasn't from the future. How could it be? It was logged in as having been called - the cell phone called the home phone- at the time you got it. In other words, the call was made when you picked it up.

My only guess that could explain it is that one of your kids punched the home number and then when you answered "hello" they mimicked "hello" back in your tone of voice. Then, denied it. It would be a good joke.

The calls about the car wreck are not explainable that way at all. That one just baffled the heck outa me.

I thought about my kids doing that, too. That would be the most reasonable. I just don't remember them in my room. Our bathroom is in my bedroom and I did not hear them...they can be mighty sneaky.
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#18
(02-12-2015, 09:20 PM)mairedubgal Wrote:
(02-12-2015, 09:52 AM)Gizmo Wrote: The physical aspect of it is what is most puzzling to me. I don't know how a call could come in from your actual cell phone on your bed to you from you (?) It was a call made from that exact phone, logged in for time and to the home number. It was made while you sat in the bathroom and answered it. It sounded like you, but it wasn't from the future. How could it be? It was logged in as having been called - the cell phone called the home phone- at the time you got it. In other words, the call was made when you picked it up.

My only guess that could explain it is that one of your kids punched the home number and then when you answered "hello" they mimicked "hello" back in your tone of voice. Then, denied it. It would be a good joke.

The calls about the car wreck are not explainable that way at all. That one just baffled the heck outa me.

I thought about my kids doing that, too. That would be the most reasonable. I just don't remember them in my room. Our bathroom is in my bedroom and I did not hear them...they can be mighty sneaky.
We used to delight in mimicking our mother's voice when she picked up the phone and said hello. Just saying... We got good at it too. We were naughty kids.
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#19
(02-12-2015, 09:20 PM)mairedubgal Wrote:
(02-12-2015, 09:52 AM)Gizmo Wrote: The physical aspect of it is what is most puzzling to me. I don't know how a call could come in from your actual cell phone on your bed to you from you (?) It was a call made from that exact phone, logged in for time and to the home number. It was made while you sat in the bathroom and answered it. It sounded like you, but it wasn't from the future. How could it be? It was logged in as having been called - the cell phone called the home phone- at the time you got it. In other words, the call was made when you picked it up.

My only guess that could explain it is that one of your kids punched the home number and then when you answered "hello" they mimicked "hello" back in your tone of voice. Then, denied it. It would be a good joke.

The calls about the car wreck are not explainable that way at all. That one just baffled the heck outa me.

I thought about my kids doing that, too. That would be the most reasonable. I just don't remember them in my room. Our bathroom is in my bedroom and I did not hear them...they can be mighty sneaky.

The phone call could be 'reverberation?' I've been on my cell phone and every word i say to the other person will be repeated back to me in my own voice. Just some sort of cell phone thing and a wireless house phone could do the same. The future instances sound like precog. I have that but mine come in flashes when i'm asleep and dreaming other things,they just sort of flash across my minds eye for a second. They can be differentiated from normal dreams. Plus sometimes i will get thought through my head like "the phones going to ring" and it does. That is very rare though. The dreams/visions come true anywhere from a few days to a few years or more. I think your kids called you and the future instances are cases of precog.
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#20
What is your goal?
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