Watching Whales

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    As long as I remember, I have had memory of seeing whales swimming in the sea. I remember that I watched them from harbor. I have always thought that this must have happened when I was a child and we were visiting our relatives with my parents. I thought that this happened in Helsinki.

    Today I read on other forum some completely unrelated stuff and somebody wrote that there haven't been whale sightings in that time period (1980's) in Helsinki. I researched these things on the net and it became clear that I can't have seen whales in this life. I asked about this from my parents and they told that I cant have seen whales when I was child.

    Today I also remembered something that happened 10 years ago. We went on a boat trip with my cousins in summer 1999. When we arrived to harbor in Helsinki that place felt familiar and I remembered instantly that memory of whales and associated that feeling of familiarity to my memory of whales.

    I have had this memory as long as I remember and it can be described in one sentence; I watch swimming whales from the harbor. I also remember that it was bright sunny day and there were steel "pillars". I don't know the right word but I mean those short thick steel poles with inverted j-shape. When I saw those in 1999 I instantly remembered that whale thing.

    I don't remember that I was with my parents or that I was in Helsinki or even in Finland. I have just thought that I must have seen whales from there and I must have been with my parents because I thought that this was normal memory from this life. Since nothing like that have happened in my present life, this must be either false memory or past life memory.

    This post and discussion is continued in the thread Possible PL memory
     
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