Explanation of any effect of the last two posts is also rationalist and dull. It involved another cognitive defect and 77 minutes away at four mediaeval villages.
Really, I don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about.
But reading through this thread, and coming to your previous post, pfeww, well that one triggered something. Let's call it a memory from long long ago.
Deja vu's don't plague me any longer. But I did have them when I was still a kid. Around 10 to 12 years. And when they were there, I remember that they hit me big time. To me, when they happened, it wasn't just an optical impression that I was seeing (with the eyes) something that I saw before. It was almost everything. To try to put it into words I would say that it was also about a certain atmosphere, a smell, a certain pressure of the circumstances, a feeling like joy, or just the opposite, superficiality. And all these things together, hit you somehow, like you've encountered it before. But still, you CAN NOT predict what exactly will happen next.
The latter says something. When the C's said that deja vu comes to us compliments to 4D STS, I tended to drift away into hypotheses that relate to "predetermination", or that "4D STS put us into a time loop", or that "it is" a closed universe, in which we are "trapped"and such. And that whenever we experience deja vu, it is because they are keeping us in a predetermined universe, and that some little part in us has sufficient awareness to take sufficient distance from what happens so that we can actually "see" what is happening.
But why then does it seem totally impossible to predict what will come next while having a deja vu?
What triggered some associations in me in your previous post is the theory of optical delay. This is something that I vaguely recognized.
Here is what happened.
Around the age of 6 to 8, I was forced to take in these little pills called zymafluor. They didn't hide it back then. Indeed, these pills contained fluoride that was supposed to be good medicine for healthy teeth. I am saying that my parents forced me because although they truly believed that it was good for me and necessary, I really did not like it, not want it, detested them. The pills gave me a weird sensation. (The sensation feels like kind of electric, but I haven't encountered anything in real life already that causes this sensation and this while I did experience for instance a 55 Hertz 220 volts already. No, it is deeper, more towards feeling, and no fun at all. )
My parents never physically rammed those pills through my throat people, but I remember vividly that I became violent and aggressive more than once as I refused to take them. After a while I must have been able to subdue myself, to take them without resistance. I actually remember the processes that went through me so that I could swallow them, without resistance.
I see a relation with what came later, but I have no scientific proof.
I started having a repetitive dream around the age of 9. A very weird and vivid one in which no other people or animals or things are encountered. It was just me and environment. I will skip the details. But with that dream, I had the same electric sensations as what I had with the zymafluor pills, only stronger. Also, the memory of that sensation came stronger and stronger, until one day, I could start having it while awake. It culminated in the following experience.
I am sitting alone outside on the backside of the house, on top of a 4 step stair watching the poplar trees at a distance of 50 meters. Suddenly, my perception changes. Again I'll spare you the details. But the same sensation is there big time. It was around noon. What happened then is difficult to describe with words. For "some" reason I turned around my head, to see that my mother is suddenly standing there. It surprises me. I see that her face is talking, but all remains silent. By then, I must have looked full of doubt. Only then, I "hear" her say that: "Dinner is ready". While I am "hearing" this, I see her face, also full of doubt now, talking to me. I don't "hear" anything. And then it "enters": "Charles ?? Is there something? You are acting very weird you know!!"
It took me some effort to pull myself out of it (not like I was able to snap out of this small "petit mall seizure") to than say: "No nothing is wrong, I'm coming."
I never ever had anything like that again, and these strange dreams never came back.
I am glad I took the decision though to ban fluoride, as much as possible, from my system. But again, there is no scientific proof for relation between the fluoride poisoning and the one-time "petit mal seizure". Also, I checked with my mom months later, what subjectively happened to me, and my mom still remembered that I acted weird. I could check again actually. She still has a very good memory.
To continue ... how does it relate to the "optical delay" explanation?
An optical delay explanation appeals to the way we are being educated. It is easier to understand as one has two eyes, usually. But in my case, there was a delay of at least one second, and it was a delay between my "optical" and "auditory" perception. Think about it.
Is there so much difference between the transfer of information between one eye and the other, as compared to the "eyes" and the "ears", when the transfer is towards a centre that is perceived as "self" at a certain time? I think that a 4D entity would be perfectly capable to break up ones different "personalities" or "physical" subsystems in the way that our physical brain is functioning, and to then freeze one particular part, and put it in a loop so to say.
I think that this smells like brain damage, or brain manipulation ...
Session: 970104 wrote: said:
Deja vu comes to you compliments of 4th density STS.
Manipulation and control. How typical to destroy natural processes to get ones own "heaven".
And maybe it gives us the implanted idea (from personal experience even) that there must be more to life, but then in a way that tends to paralyze us.
Oooh but there IS more, of that I am 100% convinced.