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What if Memory of a full life(from birth till death), is implanted when you are born, so it appears as if you are living a full life with free choice. Déjà vu is the feeling that a certain moment in time has happened before or is about to happen. I usually get déjà vu when I am around a large crowd or when too much is happening at once. Could be a connection? Just a wacky thought I just had. Have any of you had any surreal déjà vu moments? abduct
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What if Memory of a full life(from birth till death), is implanted when you are born, so it appears as if you are living a full life with free choice. Déjà vu is the feeling that a certain moment in time has happened before or is about to happen. I usually get déjà vu when I am around a large crowd or when too much is happening at once. Could be a connection? Just a wacky thought I just had. Have any of you had any surreal déjà vu moments? abduct
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


Yews but I have weird moments that I describe as more intense then just normal deja vu. The feelings I get are uncomfortable and intense. The feeling at its peak is a realization of the oddness of life.
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What if Memory of a full life(from birth till death), is implanted when you are born, so it appears as if you are living a full life with free choice. Déjà vu is the feeling that a certain moment in time has happened before or is about to happen. I usually get déjà vu when I am around a large crowd or when too much is happening at once. Could be a connection? Just a wacky thought I just had. Have any of you had any surreal déjà vu moments? abduct
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


Yews but I have weird moments that I describe as more intense then just normal deja vu. The feelings I get are uncomfortable and intense. The feeling at its peak is a realization of the oddness of life.
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Got any examples you willing to share?

I remember how most of mine go down. See the full event 5 seconds in advance and I do or say a particular thing. Thing is I usually do nothing or do the opposite to see what would happen. What happens is I see a 'ghost' of myself going a separate path then the one i'm currently on.
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i had issues with deja vu for a while... had an anxiety panic attack once that was brought on by deja vu. and for a while i felt as if i was living in a constant state of deja vu. talked to several doctors about it. they didnt seem to have an answer for me.. still have deja vu from time to time. for some reason i always associate it with something bad about to happen.
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i had issues with deja vu for a while... had an anxiety panic attack once that was brought on by deja vu. and for a while i felt as if i was living in a constant state of deja vu. talked to several doctors about it. they didnt seem to have an answer for me.. still have deja vu from time to time. for some reason i always associate it with something bad about to happen.
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EXACTLY!! I feel a sense of dread, so I always try to prove the déjà vu moment wrong by changing the event that happens. I always wondered why. Still trying to figure out an absolute trigger to make déjà vu occur without luck. Haven't had one since august.
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i had issues with deja vu for a while... had an anxiety panic attack once that was brought on by deja vu. and for a while i felt as if i was living in a constant state of deja vu. talked to several doctors about it. they didnt seem to have an answer for me.. still have deja vu from time to time. for some reason i always associate it with something bad about to happen.
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EXACTLY!! I feel a sense of dread, so I always try to prove the déjà vu moment wrong by changing the event that happens. I always wondered why. Still trying to figure out an absolute trigger to make déjà vu occur without luck. Haven't had one since august.
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


ive had quite a few moments where ive had deja vu while around other people which i wont say anything about .. and then someone else will say "whoa i just had deja vu" at the same time im experiencing it. ive stopped saying "me too..." because i dont wanna seem crazy.

if more than one person experiences deja vu at the same time what do you think this means?
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i had issues with deja vu for a while... had an anxiety panic attack once that was brought on by deja vu. and for a while i felt as if i was living in a constant state of deja vu. talked to several doctors about it. they didnt seem to have an answer for me.. still have deja vu from time to time. for some reason i always associate it with something bad about to happen.
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EXACTLY!! I feel a sense of dread, so I always try to prove the déjà vu moment wrong by changing the event that happens. I always wondered why. Still trying to figure out an absolute trigger to make déjà vu occur without luck. Haven't had one since august.
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


ive had quite a few moments where ive had deja vu while around other people which i wont say anything about .. and then someone else will say "whoa i just had deja vu" at the same time im experiencing it. ive stopped saying "me too..." because i dont wanna seem crazy.

if more than one person experiences deja vu at the same time what do you think this means?
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I cant even think of any logical answer how that is possible. Can't wrap my head around it. Chain reaction maybe?
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What if Memory of a full life(from birth till death), is implanted when you are born, so it appears as if you are living a full life with free choice. Déjà vu is the feeling that a certain moment in time has happened before or is about to happen. I usually get déjà vu when I am around a large crowd or when too much is happening at once. Could be a connection? Just a wacky thought I just had. Have any of you had any surreal déjà vu moments? abduct
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


Deja vu is not memory of past life. it is an event of perception evolution in a sudden. There is no congenital detailed past life information besides those patterns and forms of past life in gene.
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Deja vu is a pretty overwhelming feeling for me. I have to stop what I'm doing when it hits and wait for the upcoming nauseous feeling. I've actually been sick a few times, but not that often. Anyone else feel nauseous afterwards?
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Deja vu is a pretty overwhelming feeling for me. I have to stop what I'm doing when it hits and wait for the upcoming nauseous feeling. I've actually been sick a few times, but not that often. Anyone else feel nauseous afterwards?
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My head does this weird 'spidey sense' thing. And my vision and hearing goes in and out. Only example I have is like the old poke games where you encounter a pokemon and the screen flashes. Silly I know but it doesn't feel all that good.
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just had deja vu when reading this thread...all of a sudden it felt like i was back in time somewhere else, being a different age and just this different feeling of the energy all around me as if the world was, for just a second, "different." i dont even know how to describe it
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just had deja vu when reading this thread...all of a sudden it felt like i was back in time somewhere else, being a different age and just this different feeling of the energy all around me as if the world was, for just a second, "different." i dont even know how to describe it
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Ah man that is pretty freaky. I think I know exactly what you are talking about though. I think for that moment, your current perception was swapped with one of your perceptions from the past. Maybe the right hemisphere of the brain is stores all of your different point of views as well. You should read Left in the Dark. Explains very interesting things about right and left hemisphere functions. Here is a link to download the free edition.

[link to leftinthedark.org.uk]
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Funny how déjà vu must work. Is it a time-slip? Is it your third eye awakening? I was talking to my two middle children last night about ascension and December 21rst because for the first time they were asking me direct questions(I was in shock! I wasn't prepared at all for questions, but they kept pouring out of both of them but mostly my oldest daughter.). So I answered them as best I could and they were asking about Illuminati and what it meant because all their friends were wondering about it. All of a sudden they both said, "Wow! I'm getting déjà vu feelings." My oldest d. was telling me her back was tingling like crazy. So I took her hand and I said, "Close your eyes and tell me what you see." She did what I asked and said, "OMG, Mom! I see an eye! A large eye! Why do I see an eye?"

I told her that she saw an eye because I wanted her to see what I see, know what I know, feel what I feel. She said, "OMG! That's really strange mom!" I told her that her third eye is opening up and that she shouldn't be afraid of it.

Her younger sister is still resisting. She stopped listening when I told her a lot of things are Illuminati-based. She's not ready to give up her music and books.

Just wanted to add cause I used to get déjà vu a lot more often but not like before I started meditating to connect to global consciousness.
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just had deja vu when reading this thread...all of a sudden it felt like i was back in time somewhere else, being a different age and just this different feeling of the energy all around me as if the world was, for just a second, "different." i dont even know how to describe it
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Ah man that is pretty freaky. I think I know exactly what you are talking about though. I think for that moment, your current perception was swapped with one of your perceptions from the past. Maybe the right hemisphere of the brain is stores all of your different point of views as well. You should read Left in the Dark. Explains very interesting things about right and left hemisphere functions. Here is a link to download the free edition.

[link to leftinthedark.org.uk]
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


thank you!
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I never pondered much about my dèja vus. They arent really unpleasant, just very weird. I feel like its impossible that I already lived all this, so those feelings I attribute them with whatever other thing, not a hint of how "we already lived all this" Lately my dèja vus are less pure in nature, and more simply the feeling of seeing that people and situations are clonic and no longer new for me.
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I sometimes have Deja vu moments when I visit or drive through places I have never been to before in my life, and I get a distinct feeling that I have been there before, when I know full well I haven't.
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Funny how déjà vu must work. Is it a time-slip? Is it your third eye awakening? I was talking to my two middle children last night about ascension and December 21rst because for the first time they were asking me direct questions(I was in shock! I wasn't prepared at all for questions, but they kept pouring out of both of them but mostly my oldest daughter.). So I answered them as best I could and they were asking about Illuminati and what it meant because all their friends were wondering about it. All of a sudden they both said, "Wow! I'm getting déjà vu feelings." My oldest d. was telling me her back was tingling like crazy. So I took her hand and I said, "Close your eyes and tell me what you see." She did what I asked and said, "OMG, Mom! I see an eye! A large eye! Why do I see an eye?"

I told her that she saw an eye because I wanted her to see what I see, know what I know, feel what I feel. She said, "OMG! That's really strange mom!" I told her that her third eye is opening up and that she shouldn't be afraid of it.

Her younger sister is still resisting. She stopped listening when I told her a lot of things are Illuminati-based. She's not ready to give up her music and books.

Just wanted to add cause I used to get déjà vu a lot more often but not like before I started meditating to connect to global consciousness.
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Amazing account! You know what though, believe it or not, the Illuminati was not meant to bring people any harm in any way. It was made in order to protect the secrets of the universe since the last golden age, when it all was common knowledge. They knew that if they were not careful, it would be wiped away forever or could end up in the wrong hands. That is where the church came in. Their order was infiltrated by the church, which after gaining the knowledge, proceed to use it for control. The church used their power over the masses and spread word that any secret order was dark, and was not to be tempered with. Not being able to meet because of infiltrators is bad news, but the order was very clever, they hid secrets in plain sight in many cathedrals and other buildings. Which the church could do nothing about. Many tell the secrets of the pyramids which is very important. So now today, the name has been high jacked and given to those that truly push a bad agenda. Their is always truth behind a truth. Always remember that. Always ask yourself questions, you will find the answer one way or another every time. The hardest truth to find is always enshrouded in darkness. You must keep your light lit.
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OP - I like the beginning of your theory.

However, I haven't had deja vu in a while until this passed weekend, and it felt like a time quake.

Felt like I went back in time-or to another time line.

Maybe deja vu is you being conscious in another time line of your life.
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I never pondered much about my dèja vus. They arent really unpleasant, just very weird. I feel like its impossible that I already lived all this, so those feelings I attribute them with whatever other thing, not a hint of how "we already lived all this" Lately my dèja vus are less pure in nature, and more simply the feeling of seeing that people and situations are clonic and no longer new for me.
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I sometimes have Deja vu moments when I visit or drive through places I have never been to before in my life, and I get a distinct feeling that I have been there before, when I know full well I haven't.
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OP - I like the beginning of your theory.

However, I haven't had deja vu in a while until this passed weekend, and it felt like a time quake.

Felt like I went back in time-or to another time line.

Maybe deja vu is you being conscious in another time line of your life.
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All three of you bring up many good points that got me thinking. What if during deja vu, you are actually viewing the past, present and future all at the same time? would explain the feelings of 'being here before'. Would also explain the feeling of being timelessness or going through time per say. Must be what truly living in the now feels like. And yes AC 1266452, I think you are correct about the timeline thing. One time I had deja vu, but I was aware of what I was going to say and do, but what I said got my yelled at. So of course said something different. I did not get yelled at, but I saw myself get up from where I was sitting and walk up the stairs(i was still sitting). After the moment was over, I decided to follow 'myself' up the stairs to try and figured out what I did when I got to the top. I don't think I found anything though, but everything felt surreal.


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I never pondered much about my dèja vus. They arent really unpleasant, just very weird. I feel like its impossible that I already lived all this, so those feelings I attribute them with whatever other thing, not a hint of how "we already lived all this" Lately my dèja vus are less pure in nature, and more simply the feeling of seeing that people and situations are clonic and no longer new for me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15887316


I sometimes have Deja vu moments when I visit or drive through places I have never been to before in my life, and I get a distinct feeling that I have been there before, when I know full well I haven't.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26920547


OP - I like the beginning of your theory.

However, I haven't had deja vu in a while until this passed weekend, and it felt like a time quake.

Felt like I went back in time-or to another time line.

Maybe deja vu is you being conscious in another time line of your life.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1266452


All three of you bring up many good points that got me thinking. What if during deja vu, you are actually viewing the past, present and future all at the same time? would explain the feelings of 'being here before'. Would also explain the feeling of being timelessness or going through time per say. Must be what truly living in the now feels like. And yes AC 1266452, I think you are correct about the timeline thing. One time I had deja vu, but I was aware of what I was going to say and do, but what I said got my yelled at. So of course said something different. I did not get yelled at, but I saw myself get up from where I was sitting and walk up the stairs(i was still sitting). After the moment was over, I decided to follow 'myself' up the stairs to try and figured out what I did when I got to the top. I don't think I found anything though, but everything felt surreal.


Edited* sorry fixed a few typos
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


I've had a few of those feelings.

The ones I get the most are the ones where it feels like you catch yourself.
Like, your whole body snaps - almost as if a soul was dropped into it.
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I never pondered much about my dèja vus. They arent really unpleasant, just very weird. I feel like its impossible that I already lived all this, so those feelings I attribute them with whatever other thing, not a hint of how "we already lived all this" Lately my dèja vus are less pure in nature, and more simply the feeling of seeing that people and situations are clonic and no longer new for me.
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I sometimes have Deja vu moments when I visit or drive through places I have never been to before in my life, and I get a distinct feeling that I have been there before, when I know full well I haven't.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26920547


OP - I like the beginning of your theory.

However, I haven't had deja vu in a while until this passed weekend, and it felt like a time quake.

Felt like I went back in time-or to another time line.

Maybe deja vu is you being conscious in another time line of your life.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1266452


All three of you bring up many good points that got me thinking. What if during deja vu, you are actually viewing the past, present and future all at the same time? would explain the feelings of 'being here before'. Would also explain the feeling of being timelessness or going through time per say. Must be what truly living in the now feels like. And yes AC 1266452, I think you are correct about the timeline thing. One time I had deja vu, but I was aware of what I was going to say and do, but what I said got my yelled at. So of course said something different. I did not get yelled at, but I saw myself get up from where I was sitting and walk up the stairs(i was still sitting). After the moment was over, I decided to follow 'myself' up the stairs to try and figured out what I did when I got to the top. I don't think I found anything though, but everything felt surreal.


Edited* sorry fixed a few typos
 Quoting: Issius Ulmonus


I've had a few of those feelings.

The ones I get the most are the ones where it feels like you catch yourself.
Like, your whole body snaps - almost as if a soul was dropped into it.
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I don't think I've ever experienced that type before.
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I had deja vu a lot as a small child or would wind up living the day I dreamed about the night before.

It doesn't happen now, but there are things in my current life that I knew and told others would happen. They scoffed at the time, but things that sounded crazy 30 or 40 years ago are commonplace now.

I've always thought we are born knowing everything about our own lives (maybe the whole universe) and then forget it as we grow.

The brain stores and accesses memory differently based on age. This has been medically documented. Maybe DNA or spiritual factors affect it as well.

The funny thing is when I was small, I believed more in free will. The older I get, the less I do.

It's easy to get sucked into "Doom" but I think it's a distraction. There's still a lot of good stuff that supposed to happen.

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Going down the memory map path for a moment-when I was a child I was able to see certain places in two different ways or they felt different; different "versions". Its hard to describe, but for example, my grandparents' house had two different versions. Of course I knew it was the same house, I just saw it differently almost like watching from different camera angles. Like they were two different parallel realities that were very slightly different.

There were cues that would change these views from one to another, such as the day of the week, or time of day, or the position of the sun and shadows. When I got older I was able to switch between these different "viewings" whenever I wanted, it was kind of entertaining.

There were many place that had different versions, my house, my grandparents' house, department stores, school. Any place that I was frequently at. I would get de ja vu frequently when I would switch between versions and it was always attached to certain words. I could hear the word someone would say a second before they said it in my head. And sometimes I would say the word with them at the same time.

It stopped altogether when I got older. I have the occasional de ja vu, but not the different versions of places.
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Wanton pleasures, doting love
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This is scary, All my theories lead up to this, the symbols, control, everything. Never stop asking yourself questions.
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I had deja vu a lot as a small child or would wind up living the day I dreamed about the night before.

It doesn't happen now, but there are things in my current life that I knew and told others would happen. They scoffed at the time, but things that sounded crazy 30 or 40 years ago are commonplace now.

I've always thought we are born knowing everything about our own lives (maybe the whole universe) and then forget it as we grow.

The brain stores and accesses memory differently based on age. This has been medically documented. Maybe DNA or spiritual factors affect it as well.

The funny thing is when I was small, I believed more in free will. The older I get, the less I do.

It's easy to get sucked into "Doom" but I think it's a distraction. There's still a lot of good stuff that supposed to happen.

blwkss
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Yea free will is a touchy subject in this world, and doom is a distraction. We are in full control.

Going down the memory map path for a moment-when I was a child I was able to see certain places in two different ways or they felt different; different "versions". Its hard to describe, but for example, my grandparents' house had two different versions. Of course I knew it was the same house, I just saw it differently almost like watching from different camera angles. Like they were two different parallel realities that were very slightly different.

There were cues that would change these views from one to another, such as the day of the week, or time of day, or the position of the sun and shadows. When I got older I was able to switch between these different "viewings" whenever I wanted, it was kind of entertaining.

There were many place that had different versions, my house, my grandparents' house, department stores, school. Any place that I was frequently at. I would get de ja vu frequently when I would switch between versions and it was always attached to certain words. I could hear the word someone would say a second before they said it in my head. And sometimes I would say the word with them at the same time.

It stopped altogether when I got older. I have the occasional de ja vu, but not the different versions of places.
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Whoa? Two different perceptions eh, I bet you had access to you right hemisphere. Most people don't/cannot due to conditioning to be left hem dominant. That is pretty awesome, you should really practice and try to get that skill back.

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