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Deja Vu Or Something More?

 

Congratulations to you viewers of this story. You're the first ones to hear about my odd story. Shall we begin?

Let's head back, way back to July 17, 2009. I remember this date because I have written them down since then. Take notice, today is March 31, 2010. Now, on that July evening, I was sleeping. As usual, I had a dream. In the dream, I was at a place, full of pictures of pigs and the smell of food being cooked. I was with my Granny, eating and talking. She was wearing a blue, button up shirt and a baggy pair of blue jeans. Her hair was curly and her glasses were hanging on her nose. I was wearing a green Arizona shirt and a pair of dark blue Levi jeans. My hair was up into a sloppy ponytail with a black hair band. (I am typing exactly what I have written in, what I call my "dream book"). We finished our food and that's when a friend of mine, Chris, came up and began to talk to use. I had a rather large bruise on my left arm, about the size of a grapefruit. He had made a comment about it and then, I woke.

As soon as I woke up and managed to get the sleep dust from my eyes, I wrote down what I had dreamed. (The reason I had written down my dreams at that time was because I was in the middle of writing a story and this girl would have dreams about crimes before they had happened and ended up helping the police catching a mass murderer.) Anyways, months passed. My story was finished. But was lost when the computer crashed.

At any rate, this past Sunday, which was March 28, 2010, I was sitting at Larry's BBQ. I was eating with my Granny and we were talking about my mother and sister and the normal family issues. That day, my Granny was wearing a blue button up shirt and a baggy pair of blue jeans. Her hair was a bit curlier then usual because she had gotten a perm. Her glasses were falling off her nose, which I had commented on. At the time, I was wearing a green Arizona shirt and a dark blue pair of Levi jeans. My hair was up in a sloppy ponytail and a black hair band. Sound familiar? Thought so. Just as we were getting ready to pay, my friend Chris appeared out of no where and began talking to me. He had noticed the bruise on my arm and asked what had happened. I had given blood the week before and had some lose veins, which caused the bruise. Suddenly, in the middle of our conversation, I froze.

An ice, cold chill ran down my spine, followed by a hot flash running up my spine. Both happened within the same moment. Just as soon as the flash and chill disappeared, my stomach began to do back flips and I got extremely lightheaded. I had to bend over and put my head between my knees, taking in deep breaths until the feeling went away.

This has been happening a lot lately, but that is just one of the experiences that have happened within the past two weeks. I'm not quite sure if this is normal. I hate getting my feelings. I've heard people say I have"ability" but, I don't think so. Mind showing me a bit of light in this path of darkness?

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epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-06)
AngeliqueBousier
Try also contacting Oracle101. Sometimes AnneV is busy with her works. 😊
AngeliqueBousier (3 stories) (22 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-06)
Freaky, do you ever experience the side effects like I stated having? 😳
freakyheadachegirl112 (1 stories) (6 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-06)
I have deje vu too! Like on tests, during the day, etc. Sometimes I feel like I've been to a place before when I know I haven't.
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-05)
AngeliqueBousier

Ive'd got no more to tell but if you insist why not try to read my deja vu's experience if you ever have time. I am not very knowledgable on this field but if you do really want to learn more, I think you should ask
AnneV or Oracle101 on this kind of matter. They are pro's and also one of my idols here on this site. 😉 ❤
AngeliqueBousier (3 stories) (22 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-05)
Alright, Sir... Since you seem to know so much about things like that... Could you mind explaining to me what has happened?
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-05)
Hello
I will not force you to believe me on what I had experience but I will share to you my retrocognitive dream. Last year, I remembered having a vivid dream of the reenactment to the summer outing together with my mother's co workers including me. It was exactly what my dream showed me what happened when I was still at the age of 5.It showed the places of the resort specially the huge statue of a man carrying a big ball of stone and a stair from his right shoulder.
AngeliqueBousier (3 stories) (22 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-05)
Oh, wow... I hope I don't stop having them. Yes, I hate the side effects. But, I love them entirely. It's something that makes me feel... Er... Unique, if you will.
vanillabean (9 stories) (168 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-04)
Pre-cognitive just sounds so clinical. I usually just call them psychic dreams. I have them less frequently than you do, but in the past year I have had more than usual. I'm sure these things can vary over your lifetime. You may get to a point where you stop having them entirely, or maybe it will get even stronger in the future.
AngeliqueBousier (3 stories) (22 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-04)
Yes ma'am. That helps. But, my er... "Pre-cognitive" dreams only happen maybe... Twice a month. Which, here lately, is more frequently then normal. Normally, I use to have them every couple of months. And, the dreams are getting more and more... Detailed. I can see a lot more then I normally would.
vanillabean (9 stories) (168 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-04)
Oh, a pre-cognitive dream is basically when you see the future in your dreams. Deja-vu is more like when you just have an overall sense that you have done/seen/felt something before but you can't remember where or when. A precognitive dream is when you actually have seen the whole thing before--in your dream. Does that help?
AngeliqueBousier (3 stories) (22 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-03)
Miss Vanillabean. Mind explaining what a pre-cognitive dream is? 😳
im_confused25 (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-02)
I have this deja vu that I can only notice after it happened. Few of them I remembered as a dream but most felt like I have done or seen it before but haven't. There are rare cases where I know what's going to happen next. But most I will only realize after it happened. 😕
john808xD (1 stories) (5 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-02)
I also have been suffering from these usual deja vu, almost always. For example, I took my second semester test on school, then my mind said; "hey, I know those questions!" and obviously I perfected the test. I had been having this things for as long as I remember, from small things to big things. I really do not understand It, maybe because my small mind (age 14) can't comprehend it because of the complexities it had. Can you guys help me? 😳
vanillabean (9 stories) (168 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-04-01)
This is a bit more than deja vu. If you read some of my other comments, my bio and my postings you will find that I experience this same type of stuff from time to time. Like you (and many others), at the moment my mind realizes the dream or premonition has come true, it's like I go blind. My mind is deep in the premonition, almost like I am having the premonition all over again, my brain just recalls everything, and it's like I lose track of time and space and reality. It is somewhat of a shock to the body. It's like everything becomes a blur... Like someone punched me in the face. I am so affected right at that moment. So this is more than just deja-vu. You basically had a pre-cognitive dream. 😉

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