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Message started by Anthony Chipoletti on May 14th, 2019 at 7:06pm

Title: the first time I realized my present was really the past
Post by Anthony Chipoletti on May 14th, 2019 at 7:06pm
Just now I remembered how I first realized my brain's idea of now was actually already in the past.

When I saw Vicky's comment just now about meeting Bruce and his telling her what her fathers' ADC to her was about :) I remembered my online friend Alji, from Wales, who called himself a wizard :)

We never met in person, and when I told him that I thought we never would meet, he asked me to expect something ??

Something ?? OK I am a scientist, I will try most any type of experiment that seems to add to my understanding of life :)

I actually thought he was going to mail me a secret wizard's kit :) However, I soon realized this was something else !!

So I expected something, this was about 25 years ago, and my father had become too disabled to drive, so we did a lot of shopping together while I drove his car.

In a few days I began to realize that I was daydreaming and sleep dreaming the same event over and over. It was a lady whom I had never seen before. She always did the same thing in my dream, she pushed her shopping cart right out in front of our car and the dream ended there.

I was in a state of panic !! My cousin in Florida whom I also never met in person had fallen asleep while driving and the accident killed the young female driver of the other car, and paralyzed her friend who was in the passenger seat.

My cousin was sentenced to 14 years in state prison partly because he had been in rehab and was still one week from being released from rehab when the accident happened.

After a week or so of seeing this lady many times while awake and sleeping, we went to my father's favorite store which was in a large shopping mall with a huge parking lot.

In a split second the same lady from my dream pushed her cart directly in front of our car while I was trying to find a parking space. I told Alji online that he had saved my life!

He said ' I did not do anything, you are the only person who did anything here !! ' A few years after that, this happened:

My real life experience showing me my brain needed weeks to construct the present moment. Inside the brain the so-called future may actually be the past. The brain needs a long time to construct the present moment.

The event below happened to me in the mid 1990s which was about 50 years after I had a near death experience at age seven. I was working through PMH Atwater's book FUTURE MEMORY. You can find the book with a web search. James van Avery has an experiment which PMH Atwater thoroughly outlines in the book.

Here is a description of the James van Avery experiment.

I worked through the experiment VERY SLOWLY over several days. I let everything marinate in my mind. The outcome of the lesson was a picture which I drew in pencil on a piece of typewriter paper. I set it aside for several weeks.

There was an internet workshop at Verizon Corporate offices in Pittsburgh PA which I attended about a month later. When I arrived at the Verizon office building there were about 20 people already seated in the presentation room. As soon as I sat down, I got chills and goosebumps!

This room was in the pencil drawing which I had drawn last month. I dismissed the idea of seeing the future because something directly in front of me in my drawing was MISSING. Then a few seconds before the demonstration began two young women arrived LATE to the lecture. They quickly grabbed two chairs for themselves, AND PLACED THE CHAIRS EXACTLY WHERE THE CHAIRS AND THE WOMEN WERE DRAWN DURING MY EXPERIMENT.

Years later I realized I was actually seeing the past. My brain was very slow at constructing the moment of the lecture. It cannot catch up to the speed of infinite awareness EVER. It just sees a movie filmed a LONG TIME AGO. I did actually experience the lecture exactly as it happened except my brain needed all of the so-called future to get the movie of the lecture ready to be seen.

I USUALLY DISAGREE WITH almost any interpretation of events like this experience. My motto is LET'S AGREE TO DISAGREE.

One IMPORTANT DETAIL, my drawing was a MIRROR IMAGE of the actual scene. I had to flip the paper over and view it from the back to align the actual scene as it appeared to me during the lecture.

During my experiment and the actual event, the earth traveled 50 million miles in 30 earth days, however light took only 4 or 5 seconds to travel 50 million miles, what did my brain do in those 50 million miles ??

My brain was experiencing 30 days of earth time while the actual event happened in only a few seconds from the time I drew the mirror image of the event and the actual experience of the event...

Title: Re: the first time I realized my present was really the past
Post by Vicky on May 14th, 2019 at 8:56pm
I think it’s probably more common than we know, that we are often seeing the future.  I think we have so much information coming to us at any moment that of course our brains have to be very choosy about what it holds onto an pays attention to.  I think that’s why we get feelings of déjà vu sometimes. 

It’s probably more rare to have such clear awareness like you did each time you “dreamed” of the woman in front of your car. 

Thanks for the link!  I’m excited to practice doing these exercises!

Title: Re: the first time I realized my present was really the past
Post by Vicky on May 14th, 2019 at 9:24pm

Thank you for your posts.  You reminded me that I had a lot of “future memory” episodes as a child.  I have always just called them psychic experiences.  But after reading the book Future Memory I realized that’s what I was experiencing.  I’ll make a separate post and share it on the main forum.  I’d love to see what you think!

Title: Re: the first time I realized my present was really the past
Post by Anthony Chipoletti on May 15th, 2019 at 12:42pm

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