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I often think people are talking about me in code, am I crazy?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23751949:MV8yMDE2NjE4XzMzODg3NjA0X0MwMDU0OTQw] It could be the subconscious part of the brain highlighting something that you need to know. I had a patch where this happened but rather than what people said it was more words or pictures that stood out. I also seemed to be reading messages in the Telegraph cross word. I later found out there are messages there.Put there deliberately. Try and treat it as a bit of a joke from the universe to you. It is quite frightening when the subconscious takes over. I found that I was driving to my destination unable to remember the journey. I was worried but what seemed to have happened that instead of monitoring every move in driving the car I had done this so often it had become like breathing or walking, say. The main thing is not to panic and worry. It could be the cosmic joker who invents particles for physicists trying to interact with you ...Only joking. [/quote]
It always seems so real, and always directly correlates with my actions, if only I had a video recorder and went point by point through one of these convosations, you would see it from my view. Do I have special powers?
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