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Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????

 
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Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????
Has anyone experienced anything like this??
I will tell you my experience if I can have a serious thread.
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Yes, but you have to be a liberal, and you must be in two different  voting booths at the same time.
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I took kava once, and i was laying next to myself. Literally beside myself.
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Has anyone experienced anything like this??
I will tell you my experience if I can have a serious thread.
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-----ONE SECOND----TWO SECONDS----THREE SECONDS
HERE HERE HERE

You can be in three places at once in three seconds. Just think forth dimensional.
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Used to be bilocation was considered a miracle. Not sure of any proof bit many saints supposedly accomplished this.

The ugly Italian Monk... Forget his name now, was credited with bilocation - even appearing over an edifice as a pilot was flying by.
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Re: Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????
So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

I am currently experiencing life at several WTFs per hour.
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I did that once


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There's streets that divide towns.. stand in the middle
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My job requires me to be in 4 places at once because Im surrounded by idiots.
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I did that once


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But understand my husband is not into anything supernatural, or in any way a believer of anything that would cause him to try this.
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Re: Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????
So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
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SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

I am currently experiencing life at several WTFs per hour.
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Re: Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????
No, I suppose it's possible for reality to glitch, but I think that's extremely unlikely.

It's far more likely that your own perception failed you. You hallucinated. Of course, you will probably come up with crazy explanations to convince yourself you didn't hallucinate, because humans HATE admitting their own minds are flawed.

Your mind likely failed you that morning. I've experienced similar "glitches" before.
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You THINK it was real but you were in a "hypnagogic state" where you imagined it. It happens to people, I have had dreams I thought were real before.
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So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
 Quoting: natasha77


Theoretically yes, quantum mechanics dedicate that any particle exists in more than one state based upon what is being presented. So if I were to toss a coin, and I ask you heads or tails (note: i am asking you in this dimension - let's call it dimension x) and the coin lands on heads. In that moment & time, the coin will always land on heads unless a factor disturbs the probability of heads. So in another dimension (dimension y), you ask the same question but this time the coin lands on tails. The factor now is initiated in dimension y because of what is being presented.

I believe you had a delayed perception of what had happened. Or maybe --- it wasn't really your husband (?)

There have been a shit ton of glitches in this realm lately.
wtf
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Re: Is it possible for someone to be in 2 different places at once?????
So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
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Theoretically yes, quantum mechanics dedicate that any particle exists in more than one state based upon what is being presented. So if I were to toss a coin, and I ask you heads or tails (note: i am asking you in this dimension - let's call it dimension x) and the coin lands on heads. In that moment & time, the coin will always land on heads unless a factor disturbs the probability of heads. So in another dimension (dimension y), you ask the same question but this time the coin lands on tails. The factor now is initiated in dimension y because of what is being presented.

I believe you had a delayed perception of what had happened. Or maybe --- it wasn't really your husband (?)

There have been a shit ton of glitches in this realm lately.
wtf
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Yes many strange things and glitches which cannot be really explained. Let me ask about hallucinating this, is this also common now??? Its never happened to me before is why I ask. Thank you
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

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No, I suppose it's possible for reality to glitch, but I think that's extremely unlikely.

It's far more likely that your own perception failed you. You hallucinated. Of course, you will probably come up with crazy explanations to convince yourself you didn't hallucinate, because humans HATE admitting their own minds are flawed.

Your mind likely failed you that morning. I've experienced similar "glitches" before.
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I'm considering this. But I never hallucinated before???
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So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
 Quoting: natasha77


Theoretically yes, quantum mechanics dedicate that any particle exists in more than one state based upon what is being presented. So if I were to toss a coin, and I ask you heads or tails (note: i am asking you in this dimension - let's call it dimension x) and the coin lands on heads. In that moment & time, the coin will always land on heads unless a factor disturbs the probability of heads. So in another dimension (dimension y), you ask the same question but this time the coin lands on tails. The factor now is initiated in dimension y because of what is being presented.

I believe you had a delayed perception of what had happened. Or maybe --- it wasn't really your husband (?)

There have been a shit ton of glitches in this realm lately.
wtf
 Quoting: Sailor Uranus


Yes many strange things and glitches which cannot be really explained. Let me ask about hallucinating this, is this also common now??? Its never happened to me before is why I ask. Thank you
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From my personal observations, many things haven't been "adding up". I'm highly sensitive towards my surroundings and sometimes i see things that could be there but it's not. I recall the watch on my book stand 2 minutes ago however the watch is now located on my chair. I haven't moved the watch and no one is in my room. Things don't always seem the way they appear. Keep your eyes sharply open.
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Peace, Natasha. Yes, it is possible to be at 2 different places at the same time. I am Shia Muslim and we believe this, it is written in our Shia scriptures. Ok, if you are still with me and haven't decided to stop reading, in short - We believe that there were Guides for mankind sent with knowledge from God, from the Prophet's progeny, which the majority of Muslims (Sunni), whom are over 1 billion and more don't know that they even exist. Their written knowledge are called "Hadiths", something like the Christian Gospels. They are written down 1000 and more years ago in the Shia books of Hadiths.

Imam Ali ibn al-Hussain Munjim said: Should i tell you about a man who since you walked in, has gone through fourteen worlds, each one of them three times bigger than this world, and he has not moved from his place ? Munjim said: Who is he? He said: It is me." (Al-Saffar 1984, 420-21.)

(Moreover, the religious accounts of the progeny of Muhammed pbut mentioned two more dimensions of concious, aware life other than the aformentioned dimension of multiplicity of worlds or universes. There is the same universe that we live in, meaning that there is concious life within other planets and in other solar groups within our universe...) Ahmed Alhasan, page 499, Atheism Delusion.

For more information- in book "Atheism Delusion" : [link to saviorofmankind.com]
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I was thinking about this and the only logical answer is in the form of another couple of questions.
It depends on how many parts you have and whether or not they are all connected.

So yes, you can actually be in two or many more places at one time.
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I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.

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I guess it would be unusual for him to wake you like that?
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Maybe you have a trickster spirit in your home OP, not meaning to frighten you but it's a possibility.

Have you/your Son or husband 'dabbled' in anything lately?
And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 18:2-4)
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So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
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He was not your husband.

It was not a dream.

He was someone

but not living in this world.
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So my husband went two days ago to his Dr appointment.

He claims he left at 5:45 am. At exactly 7:16 am, I was abruptly awoken by a very pissed off husband, yelling at me telling me "you going to sleep all day?" Get the hell up.I jumped out of bed fully awake and was pissed he would wake me up like that. Extremely rude.
So as I woke up, I heard someone walking away from my bedroom.
I bolted to talk to him and bitch at him for being so rude.
He was not home.
Still pissed, I made myself coffee and went on with my morning.

Two hours later he got home and I was still pissed. He said he left real early and my sin took him to the doctors and verified they left at 5:45.

Now this was NOT a dream. Absolutely not. The screaming itself for me to get up was very real. The footsteps were very real.

Now he doesn't believe me. He said I was dreaming.
I say I was not.

Any thoughts? He was saying the truth and my son verified when they went to the doctors.

Wtf?
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He was not your husband.

It was not a dream.

He was someone

but not living in this world.
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Not to beat a dead horse, but it was him, his voice, sounding extremely pissed I was sleeping.
He's been known to wake me up like that if its 10 am and I'm out like a light. Though not so rude.
He's on oxygen 24/7 and he hates when the dogs don't eat on time

going hungry, never mind the fact I missed cooking breakfast.
But I knew he was off to the doctors, my house was clean....
It doesn't make sense..
An the footsteps leaving the bedroom in a huffhiding2 Really unnerved me.

Last Edited by natasha77 on 11/07/2016 08:40 AM
SPEAK UP. SILENCE IS DEADLY!

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This sounds similar to something I experienced once after moving from one apartment to another in a 4-plex from the 1920's.

The person that lived in the apartment before me had been there for a few years. I don't recall exactly how long but I befriended her and knew her for almost 2 years and spent some time in there.

Not long after I moved in I was doing something in the kitchen, cooking maybe and my friend, who was not over for a visit, came dashing through the backdoor of the kitchen, through me and into the living room! It took a second to assess what had happened and she was gone. I didn't see her disappear.

She was not over for a visit. She was somewhere else, alive and well. It was crazy.

She is the type that is very high strung, didn't sit still for long. I think she spent a lot of time, dashing around that old house and had left some sort of energetic imprint.

Similar to "hauntings" when a tramatic event seems to replay over and over?

Idk, I call them energy imprints. Are these imprints a glimpse of an alternate reality? It doesn't seem so. It just seems like 'recorded' snippets.

Does your husband do that often, wake people up by screaming? He could have energetically imprinted that aggressive record into the aethers or into some remote packet of your psyche and a door slammed (or whatever) and your dream state pulled a familiar reason for waking up in such a dreadful manner?

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