Hearing things before they happen?

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  1. CoffeeCat

    CoffeeCat New Member

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    Does anyone have any experience with this?

    I remember many years ago when I was raising pigs for 4-H I had a dream that I was running down our hill in the yard to the barn, and I heard some kid say, " she has blazing blue eyes!"

    I distinctly remember about 2 years after I had that dream, I was at the fair with one of my hogs(who was blue-eyed)and this kid came up to me and my hog and said " she has blazing blue eyes!!!"
    It wasn't until later that I realized that I had heard him say that before, years ago. I didn't know him at all, and I'd never seen him before...

    This has only really happened once before. Only a few more times with hearing things mere seconds before they happen, usually crashes or yelling.

    Is this a common thing??? Am I making any sense? haha
     
  2. argonne1918

    argonne1918 Senior Registered

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    I think it's more common than you think. I think it's happened to me more than once. But most people forget.
     
  3. Tinkerman

    Tinkerman Administrator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Hi Coffeecat, Yes. I've found it in my frequent rounds of déjà vu. I know the words, I've heard them before. It is very real for me. As far as a wide time difference like yours, I can't say. Could it be déjà vu for you too? Or is it something else?


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  4. ladonnacuriosa

    ladonnacuriosa New Member

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    This has happened to me before as well, only a few times that I can remember. It's always left me flabbergasted.
     
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    tanguerra Moderator Emeritus

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    I think this happens fairly often. Time is a funny thing.
     
  6. CoffeeCat

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    Makes me think if time is even linear haha
     
  7. dking777

    dking777 Senior Registered

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    It makes sense to me. I could tell you a thousand stories about such matters. It probably is a common thing among people - but a very hard pill to shallow for some - and they find it very hard to talk about.


    When I was 18 (1978) - something happened and I went through a phase of 'retrograde' amnesia. I couldn't remember the past - but I kept having 'flashes' of the future. I was standing with a kid whom I supposedly had a lot of history with in the past. I couldn't remember him. Something was said and I shouted out, "OH yeah, I remember you from when you were older." I had sight of an incident that was going to come to pass between us in the future. I told him what he was going to look like and the incident - as well as all the words that were going to come out of his and my mouth. I was going to be suffering 'chest' associated with my medical condition - it was going to be the first time I had done so in many years. He was going to be having a 'panic' attack associated dealings with a 'drug gang.' I was with a group of 8 teenagers ranging in age from 13 to 18. I pointed my finger at two of them and said, "Your going to sitting in the room with us." I told those two things there were going to come out of their mouth during that incident in the future.


    Fast forward to 1998 and every thing I said was going to happen - happened. The two other teens (who were grown men) were in the room when I started having chest pains and they were trying to comfort me - when the other guy started having a panic attack due to him crossing paths with the 'wrong type of people.' When it was going on - I started remember the fact that I had shared this 'moment' with them 20 years before it happened. They had a hard time recalling it but eventually could recall something about it - but - didn't know what to make of it. Two of them were 'stunned' to the point they didn't want to think about it - or - recall the exact details. He said, "That is too freaky to think about."


    I laughed and said,


    "That is exactly what I said you were going to say 20 years ago."


    Not only the words out of one person - but four people including myself.


    I dealt with psychologists after the amnesia. I told them I had 'memories' of the future and they laughed until we conducted an experiment. I wrote down some words on a piece of paper and told them to seal it up in an envelope. I then told them to bring a newspaper to our next meeting on Friday. I came on Friday and they had the newspaper with the headlines. I told them to open up the sealed envelope and read it. What I had written down wasn't just the headline - but - the headline for every news story on the front page. Then, I took the back of the paper and wrote down a series of numbers and showed it to both of them. They shrugged their shoulders and I told them to reach in their wallets and pull out any bill they wanted. I then told them to vote on which bill they were going to hand me. When they handed it to me - I told them to look at the serial number on the bill and the numbers I had written down. They matched. I did the news paper thing three more times for them. I was looking to them to give me answers of 'how could I have memories' of the future - but not my past. All they had for me was questions.


    They theorized that since I had 'blocked' the past from my view of the conscious mind - it opened up another area of my mind which gave me a clear view of it in a way that wouldn't have been there without the mental block on the past.


    So yes, your story and experience makes total sense to me.


    Sincerely,


    DKing
     
  8. dking777

    dking777 Senior Registered

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    Oh yeah. I told them what kind of haircuts they had. (We mostly had long hair back in the day. Two of them were going to change that to short hair in the future.) I told them what kind of clothes they were going to be wearing - down to the color of their shoes. I even told one the type of cologne he would be wearing. (Old Spice.) We used to make fun of that when we were teenagers - and here he was wearing it - because when this incident happened - he was preparing to go out for the evening. In 1978 - I told him,


    "Your going to be wearing your Grandpa's Old Spice. I think you took a bath in it because it is stinking up the whole room."


    The 'future memory' of this in 1978 was so vivid - I held my nose.


    "I hope I remember this enough to see you coming - because I am going to tell you to open the door and let fresh air in before you suffocate us."


    In 1998 when this incident came to pass - he had just gotten out of the shower. In fact, he had been rushed out of the shower in a hurry because the others were concerned that they might have to rush me to the hospital due to chest pains. They reason he had overdosed on the cologne is because of the pounding on the door and panic voice telling him they thought I was having a heart attack. This gave him a knee-jerk reaction and he spilled the cologne on him.


    In 1998, we did tell him to open up the front door to let fresh air in because it was suffocating us. How in the world could I smell cologne in 1978 - 20 years before it was even spilled?


    Sincerely,


    DKing
     
  9. dking777

    dking777 Senior Registered

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    It was the psychologists who gave me a parable I still use today. (I had used a similar parable in childhood but had forgotten it due to the amnesia.)


    They said that if the mind could be compared to people walking backwards through a forest - then - you would have the majority of minds thinking that a tree didn't exist until it came into view. As if the 'tree's' were being created only after it came into peripheral sight. If the past was behind us - and the future was ahead of us - then - most people were walking through the forest of life backwards - thinking that nothing existed prior it coming into their peripheral view. They felt the experiments with me had proven to them that there was a way to turn around and face the future and see the 'trees' that others would be blind to. Seeing was believing and since everyone else in the world walked with a backwards view of the past only - then - they wouldn't believe I had sight of something the majority of people were blind to. In this world, the majority rules so if the majority of people were blind to the future - the blind were leading the blind.


    I used to use the newspaper headlines, dollar bills and even cards to prove my point to people. Most of them thought of it as a David Copperfield parlor trick. They felt I was trying to 'sucker' them into something. If the telephone rang - I could tell you who it was - and what the conversation was going to be about before the telephone was picked up. If there was a knock on the door - I could tell you who it was and what they wanted before the door was even open. People would ask me how I was doing it and I would tell them. I call recall the future sometimes." They would say, "You expect me to believe that?" I would answer them and say, "If it is not in your cards - then - you won't."


    I saw headlines of a newspaper in 1980 and I tried to change the events leading up to that headline. I learned the hard way. You can't change the future once you see it for what is is. This led me to tell people, "You have as much chance going back into your past and changing the past - as you do walking into your future and changing your destiny."


    That is a very hard pill for some people to shallow. I joked with one friend in 1981 when he argued against it. I told him, "Watch out for that tree." He looked around and asked, "What tree?" I told him, "Exactly. I guess you will find out about that tree when you run into it and I guess that is the way it is meant to be. Your destiny is to walk right into that tree crawling with poison ivy leaves. Going to take a rash on your behind to teach you a lesson. Don't let me stop you."


    If it was his fate to 'disbelieve' - who was I to change his destiny?


    Sincerely,


    DKing
     
  10. dking777

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    The thing that frustrated me was - I really didn't have control of it. I couldn't focus on it - and then pull things out at random. (Like when certain stock is going to split.) It seemed to have a 'mind' of it's own and I eventually felt it was my 'spirit' that controlled this 'independent' of my own conscious mind. When the psychologists tried to set me up for a demonstration in controlled siting in front of others - I told them it wasn't possible. If we are blind to it due to a darkness in our mind - it was like someone turning a porch light on and shedding light on it for me - and then turning it off. I could see, hear and comprehend it while the light was on - but - I didn't control the on or off switch to when, where or how that 'light' came on. I showed it to my Grandfather and he sort of had a superstitious attitude toward it - and felt "God" was controlling the on and off switch - therefore - it wasn't something I was to abuse in any way. (According to him, I wasn't to peer into the future to get the lottery numbers. He felt I would get in trouble for that sort of thing.)


    Some of my friends suggested I go to Vegas and try my luck in the casinos. I couldn't figure out their logic on this one. I could see what was 'destined' to be. If I was destined to lose all my money - why would I want to stand in a casino and watch my money (in a future memory) being flushed down the toilet 5 minutes before it was gone.


    I felt the same way about 'lottery numbers.' If I could see the winning numbers prior - and bought a ticket - I guarantee you - there would be a freak storm that would blow that ticket out of my hand - and into a storm drain to be washed out to sea before the winning numbers were announced.


    I tried to explain this logic to one of my friends and he said,


    "If you can't change the future after you see it - why bother with trying to see it."


    I told him, "I ain't trying to see it. It just shows itself to me - but exactly. What good is to know something before it happens if all it does is freak people out like I am breaking an unwritten rule. Some people act like I should be put in jail and locked away from society because I am breaking the rules."


    Eventually - I prayed for it to stop happening to me and told who ever was turning that porch light in my mind off and on - to 'cut it out' and leave me in peace.


    It slowed down to a trickle after that. I can't recall the last time it happened but the last major one was in 1989. It wasn't good either. I foresaw the death of someone I loved and cared about. I knew enough to know - I couldn't change their fate and just rolled with the flow.


    Sincerely,


    DKing
     

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