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?What is a De JaVu ?
« on: 12/08/2011 22:37:33 »
Could De javu,s be like an eclipse with our dimension and another . Im  not sure if the way i explained it is correct. I know a de javu is the felling of  something or somwhere you have already seen or been. So could a de Javu be like a crossover or eclipse , where dimensions are directly in line with each other.?


 

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« Reply #1 on: 13/08/2011 00:31:15 »
Déjà vu is a paradoxical state-dependent associative phenomenon.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 13/08/2011 00:47:51 »
yes that is correct, but it might be. was just a thought, ok sorry.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 13/08/2011 01:09:45 »
yes that is correct, but it might be. was just a thought, ok sorry.

No need to apologise...I was just talking nonsense.......I am sure some sensible responses will come soon !!
 

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« Reply #4 on: 13/08/2011 21:03:30 »
No, I don't think so :)

But it's also a part of our sensory impressions. And all sensory impressions gets handled by our brain so in that motto everything you think exist is a figment of your imagination, and logic in holy mix. The brain is extremely clever and have all kinds of simplifications to help us cope with all the input we handle every second.

If you're a shaman you might have another interpretation of reality that if you're a physicist, but in the end we should all see the same, just interpret it differently. So there should be common grounds for what we think somewhere.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 14/08/2011 00:13:35 »
Haven't we answered this question before?
 

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« Reply #6 on: 14/08/2011 02:16:42 »
Haven't we answered this question before?

Nah! You must be having déjà vu.
 

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« Reply #7 on: 14/08/2011 22:01:19 »
http://www.online-literature.com/view.php/youth/25?term=happened

As I listened to her clear, pleasant voice reading aloud, I kept
glancing from her to the path of the flower-garden, where the
rain-spots were making small dark circles in the sand, and thence
to the lime-trees, upon the leaves of which the rain was
pattering down in large detached drops shed from the pale,
shimmering edge of the livid blue cloud which hung suspended over
us. Then I would glance at her again, and then at the last purple
rays of the setting sun where they were throwing the dense
clusters of old, rain-washed birches into brilliant relief. Yet
again my eyes would return to Varenika, and, each time that they
did so, it struck me afresh that she was not nearly so plain as
at first I had thought her.

"How I wish that I wasn't in love already!" I reflected, "or that
Sonetchka was Varenika! How nice it would be if suddenly I could
become a member of this family, and have the three ladies for my
mother, aunt, and wife respectively!" All the time that these
thoughts kept passing through my head I kept attentively
regarding Varenika as she read, until somehow I felt as though I
were magnetising her, and that presently she must look at me.
Sure enough, at length she raised her head, threw me a glance,
and, meeting my eyes, turned away.

"The rain does not seem to stop," she remarked.

Suddenly a new feeling came over me. I began to feel as though
everything now happening to me was a repetition of some similar
occurrence before
--as though on some previous occasion a shower
of rain had begun to fall, and the sun had set behind birch-
trees, and I had been looking at her, and she had been reading
aloud, and I had magnetised her, and she had looked up at me.
Yes, all this I seemed to recall as though it had happened once
before.
 

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« Reply #8 on: 15/08/2011 03:49:54 »
Every time I look at this question I get it!  :o
 

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« Reply #9 on: 17/08/2011 15:51:21 »
Haven't we answered this question before?

I don't believe in Déjà vu.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 17/08/2011 15:52:22 »
Haven't we answered this question before?

I don't believe in Déjà vu.
 

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