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Originally posted May 3 2007 at 21:05 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Seen This Before

Hmmmm. Hmmmm.
All sorts of randomly piped in stuff

OK, it’s not an exact repost, but I couldn’t resist using the same title at least.

déjà vu it’s weird! One thing I didn’t mention in that previous post is that I sometimes experience déjà vu in as not so much a feeling (tingly down the spine strangeness, which I’m also familiar with) but as an almost intellectual recognition. Thinking, ah, here is where this happens (reading a specific article on the web) as this happens (listening to music on Pandoranot sure exactly how, mind). It’s almost as if I’m comparing those events happening together to a memory and saying, “ah, yes, there, they happen together” but with the full knowledge that no such memory exists (and knowing that there’s no particular reason those events should be connected to each other). I can then observe myself doing it, and…bah! The mind is strange

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