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You're Gonna Go Far Kid!
August 6th, 2009, 10:59 PM
Today it happened to me.Before I went to my Martial Arts class I had a strong feeling something bad was going to happen.I was very jittery.My mom then made me go...I told her in the car "I have a bad feeling about this."My mom told me to use me mouth guard.(I never use it as nobody goes for the head.As I was stretching out,I had a short burst of Deja-vu while I was looking at a fellow student...

Later he punched me in the mouth during sparring and I was bleeding out of my mouth & nose.I was very pissed because i'm only a yellow belt and he knows well not to go for the head during some practice sparring.

Share your stories.

.Seth
August 6th, 2009, 11:11 PM
I have Deja Vu like, all the time. O_o
It creeps me out when I go "I like, remember that from somewhere.", but it's like I've never seen it before, though.
Seriously, it like, gives me the chills. ;_;

Camisado
August 6th, 2009, 11:13 PM
I get deja vu all the time - it's really freaky. It bothers me because I don't believe in things like destiny and stuffs.

I used to be able to tell storms were coming, when I was younger, but I think I was probably just sensitive to air pressure.

Patchy
August 7th, 2009, 03:19 AM
Not usually, but one of my friends used a ouija board, so I'm pretty worried about her. I heard a voice last night telling me she was 'not awake', it might have been my imagination but I hadn't even been thinking about her.

Cherrim
August 7th, 2009, 04:54 AM
I get deja vu but... everyone does. I got it a LOT last year though so that was really weird. XD; Like once a week at least. Strange.

I'm not superstitious at all, though. I love hearing about stuff like that but I don't believe in any of it.

Anxiety.
August 7th, 2009, 05:41 AM
I get Deja Vu often.

And I'm incredibly paranoid, so I always get a bad feeling about everything.

TRIFORCE89
August 7th, 2009, 06:01 AM
No premonitions. No deja-vu. The worst that happens is that often my mom and I will say something and then whatever we're watching on TV will say the exact same thing.

Forever
August 7th, 2009, 06:09 AM
... Actually. With inactivity, I seem to get bad feelings about when people will go inactive and normally think about it about a day earlier.

Though normally... positive things occur; such as people doing certain actions and I think about it, it'll happen. Not all the time.. but it's really just... a few months when it's like happening a lot, then nothing I think about happens for the next few months. XD;

So it's like spurts of these thoughts and stuff. o3o;

THIRTY-SIX
August 7th, 2009, 06:15 AM
I always think of the bad first.

Suki
August 7th, 2009, 07:14 AM
Hm, I guess I've kinda had that. I remember my Dad was going to go up a ladder in our garden to fix a bird house thingy, and it was pretty high up. I always think about what bad things might happen and I think I did have a bad feeling about it. I imagined my sister and I holding a blanket out below incase he fell and we could catch him (wouldn't have made a difference, lmao). I went out that day, and when I came back, he was lying down on the sofa because he'd fallen. =/

Horizon
August 7th, 2009, 07:36 AM
I get major Deja Vu almost all the time. Some of the time I have a very short dream about something happening and then maybe weeks later it actually does, or other times something happens that makes me think "I've done this/seen this before".

Mizan de la Plume Kuro
August 7th, 2009, 09:18 AM
I get repetitive Deja Vu frequently. Sometimes, I feel like I've seen something before. And this feeling happens multiple times in a year. It's kind of abnormal actually. I'm not sure if I should like it or what.

Avey
August 7th, 2009, 09:43 AM
I have Deja Vu like, all the time. O_o
It creeps me out when I go "I like, remember that from somewhere.", but it's like I've never seen it before, though.
Seriously, it like, gives me the chills. ;_;

This. I don't believe in seeing the future, but I suffer the confusion that comes with Deja Vu too much for it to be normal :(

Hyper Chibi Absol
August 7th, 2009, 09:44 AM
I hope to god it isn't the future but I have panic attacks when I think about the worst happening in the future, like my boyfriend dying.

BowtiePenguin
August 7th, 2009, 10:16 AM
Sort of, I guess. I like to call it "common sense" and then ignore it. Case in point: A couple days ago, at work - I take my DSi out of my pocket and put it in my bag, then promptly leave the area. I came back to find it had been stolen. Which I should've known would happen. >>;

Deja vu is smething I experience because I don't fully process memories before I ignore them. Then when something vaguely familiar happens, I'm confused and a bit freaked out. I don't know if that makes sense, but I've got an awful migraine so it's the best I can do.

Greene1516
August 7th, 2009, 11:35 AM
Hardly any of you have answered the question that the original poster asked. Deja vu is NOT a premonition of sense of danger, deja vu is the feeling of something happening before, the OP wants to know if you have has a feeling of something yet to happen. There is a huge difference between deja vu and premonition guys.

Anyway, I've never had a premonition of such, just your usual every day stuff when things are overly predictable.

.Seth
August 7th, 2009, 11:47 AM
Hardly any of you have answered the question that the original poster asked. Deja vu is NOT a premonition of sense of danger, deja vu is the feeling of something happening before, the OP wants to know if you have has a feeling of something yet to happen. There is a huge difference between deja vu and premonition guys.

Anyway, I've never had a premonition of such, just your usual every day stuff when things are overly predictable.
Deja Vu is a type of premonition, so it is related to the subject at hand.
See Cherii's post below.

Either way, I do get those "bad vibes" every now and then. Not very often, but when I do, usually something minor but related happens.

Azonic
August 7th, 2009, 12:04 PM
Some theories of why deja vu happens is because some sensory organ acted faster than the other. For example, your eye may have recorded information fractionally faster than the other eye. The other eye views it milliseconds later, seeing the same picture that your first eye saw, which could explain why it seems so familiar. Other theories say that something similar happened in your dreams before (most dreams are forgotten). The rest of the theories use really big words that I never really got around to understanding.

I don't get premonitions very often, or at all actually. I've gotten deja vu only once or twice in my lifetime, and I'm a rather scientific person by nature so I don't trust the theories of psychic power, visions of parallel dimensions, or premonitions.

However, despite being more of a scientific person, I have to say I'm pretty superstitious at times. :x I really look out for signs of bad things to happen. I often believe that if a few minor things that weren't very good happened, I should expect more to come soon. For example, if I want to know if I'll have a good time on _______, then I'd play some one-person game to see if I will or not. But then again, a big part of this stuff is merely psychological. :x

While you are right that Deja Vu is not any type of premonition, it is related to the subject at hand.
Actually, if you believe that this stuff is real, then yes Deja Vu IS a premonition. The premonition already happened, you just didn't notice it. When you are experiencing Deja Vu, then the premonition or prophecy is taking place at that very moment.

Rokusasu
August 7th, 2009, 12:15 PM
I have dream-related deja vu. I'll be in a situation or looking at something in a certain way and think: didn't I dream about that a while ago?

When I get bad feelings about something, they almost always come true. o_o; I'm quite 'perceptive' of things like that, despite the fact I'm not very superstitious.

Azonic
August 7th, 2009, 12:24 PM
I have dream-related deja vu. I'll be in a situation or looking at something in a certain way and think: didn't I dream about that a while ago?
Um... it isn't deja vu if you actually know where you've seen something before. o3o;

Greene1516
August 7th, 2009, 12:56 PM
Deja Vu is a type of premonition, so it is related to the subject at hand.
See Cherii's post below.

Either way, I do get those "bad vibes" every now and then. Not very often, but when I do, usually something minor but related happens.

Whereas Cherii's post is one theory, it is only one, and even in said case deja vu and premonition still differ. Premonition is distinctly percieving something before it happens. However in said case, you do not actually perceive the initial impulse and the perception of the second impulse then results in the feeling of being there before.

Still, there are several theories out there. The one I would buy into the most is that time is entirely perceived as a linear thing, but isn't in fact so and that we did actually experience these moments before but as a version of ourselves from an alternate time or dimension. This is mainly due to the fact that sometimes we perceive entire scenes as having happened before even down to what the person beside you will say next which does not cater to Cherii's theory.

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
August 7th, 2009, 01:50 PM
Usually when good things happen to me, and if it gets better and better, then something bad is about to happen to me


:t354:TG

Citrinin
August 7th, 2009, 03:08 PM
I get deja vu, but everyone gets that; nothing supernatural or premonitory. That's about it with regards to predicting the future for me. XDD;

pikapeekatchu
August 7th, 2009, 03:54 PM
yea i get these indigo prohecy's going on in my dream
(deja vu)

and it scares the crap out of me =/ but i can never use it to my advantage

*btw how do i obtain a pc supporter thingy, they look kool *

Ruphire
August 7th, 2009, 04:09 PM
I always get Deja Vu.

It just seems like I've done it before.

I remember this one time, my mom and I went to this old museum for the first time.

I go into there, and get this really strange feeling. I turned to my mom and said "Haven't we been here before?" She then replied to me "No, this is the first time."

I thought it was really weird, because I kept on getting these memories of the place. What was even weirder, was that I knew the whole place like the back of my hand.

pikapeekatchu
August 7th, 2009, 04:17 PM
ruphie can i be a part of your pc family :D
can i be ur bro ?

and i got a weird deja vu taht i dreamed like a long time ago and it recently happend !!

Idiot!
August 8th, 2009, 07:12 AM
I always assume only the worst can happen. Many think it's a bad thing to be pessimistic, but I think it's good that I have a smoke detector.

.Aero
August 8th, 2009, 08:15 AM
The only thing that is close to a premonition for me is when I think of a certain episode on TV, then a few hours later (when the show comes on) that episode will be airing.

So I doubt this will work, but: Spongebob Squarepants, the one where Mr. Krabs becomes Krabby the Clown and yeah...it's all a lie.

Anyway, I doubt it's gonna work. xD But I swear, it happens so often it's gotta be more than coincidence.

daigonite
August 8th, 2009, 09:15 AM
Yes, because I am psychic and can actually read the future with palm readings.

(remember kids! This is a test.)

Vigilante
August 8th, 2009, 04:39 PM
I always feel like something bad is gonna happen, its called Paranoia.

A few family friends were in driving and playing Ouija (not the driver) and crash.

You're Gonna Go Far Kid!
August 8th, 2009, 05:10 PM
I always feel like something bad is gonna happen, its called Paranoia.

A few family friends were in driving and playing Ouija (not the driver) and crash.

I don't feel like that always.You had signs that something would happen.Common sense,inferences,they all have to do with reasonable fear.

And Paranoia doesn't really have to do with what i'm talking about.I'm talking about instincts you get that something will happen.Not what you think already did...

Vigilante
August 8th, 2009, 06:17 PM
The individual thinks that harm is occurring, or is going to occur, to him or her.

I believe that I will mugged when I step out of my house, believe that people intend me harm, which to a small extent is true.