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ESP stuff as a child
    #2608275 - 04/27/04 09:43 PM (14 years, 27 days ago)

I experienced alot of ESP type stuff as a child. Such as, I (like many children) had an imaginary friend who I would physically "see." It was pretty cool. And at night, I would huddle in bed while all my toys on my top shelf got knocked off and walked around. I swear to divinity that that shit actually happened. When I was 15 I heard voices for awhile. It was like a perpetual chatter inside of my head.

What weird stuff did you experience as a kid?

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Re: ESP stuff as a child [Re: MOTH]
    #2608332 - 04/27/04 09:59 PM (14 years, 27 days ago)

i used to have a awesome imagination as kid, i remember i once told my class (first year at school i think) how i have captured a lion in the forrest, and the other kids actually bought that until our stupid teacher came and told us there is no lions in the arctics. i grew up in nature more or less, i always spend more time in nature than with other kids and i could be outside the whole day and i always was on some mind trip.

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Re: ESP stuff as a child [Re: shriek]
    #2608680 - 04/27/04 10:50 PM (14 years, 27 days ago)

I always had imaginary friends as a child and a very elaborate imagination but never physically saw things in my imagination...i did have reoccurring "off" moments though...in retrospect they were very much like the mental side of tripping...hard to explain..they were just a very different state of mind, they scared the fuck out of me at first but as i grew older and accostomed to them i began to enjoy them and still do get them occasionally....some times music will trigger them...looking back there might have been a visual side to it occasionally...i remember the very first on i had i woke up in the middle of the night and above me i could see this like course that was like a string with beads on it and the bead or balls or whatever were moving around it and there was somethign about the way they moved that just disturbed me and scared me....and most of these off moments occurred after waking up in the beggining. anyway....


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