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 Post subject: Meaningful Deja Vu?
PostPosted: April 15th, 2005, 10:11 pm 

Joined: March 2nd, 2003, 1:04 pm
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I have had deja vu episodes several times, and at least once it was connected to a death. I had dreamed or daydreamed about picking up the phone, sitting at the kitchen table, and seeing a petal fall off the rose in the vase there, and finding out someone had died at that moment and trying to find the right words to say.

It happened, exactly as I had seen it, and I remembered before the rose petal fell off. I think it helped me prepare, since this was the first time I had ever been directly told of a death. I did not, thankfully, say the inane and inappropriate, "You're kidding," which a recent Dear Abby column had been about.

Anyone else actually get some use out of deja vu? Like knowing the consequences of a wrong decision in advance, and therefore choosing differently?

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Hi Paula,
I see that this is an ancient thread, but I'll post anyway. :)

I too have deja vu, and someone told me that everyone has the ability to "see" death.

Recently I had a strange experience... a lady who works as a clerk in a store I visit asked me why I was so low energy. I was, but she doesn't really know me very well, so I was surprised she noticed. Anway, she said "you see things before they happen--I can too -- it takes one to know one."

Kind of weirded me out!!!!

I'll write your book proposal so you don't have to!

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