This is the forum for all who are interested in the theory of what may happen to consciousness at the point of death as explained in the books 'Is There Life After Death - The Extraordinary Science Of What Happens When You Die' and The Daemon.
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paigetheoracle wrote:Both me and my wife can clearly remember our neighbour having a Gerbil or hamster but she denies any such thing. Could this be a sign of wavering reality or a timeline shift? …('Is it my memory that is at fault or their reality?)….they don't want to admit the world isn't as solid and certain as they'd like to believe.
Anthony Peake wrote:…That you both remember this does rather suggest that it is a shared reality that you are perceiving that your neighbour does not share. Keen to have opinions and thoughts on this from other Forum members.
Especially when two people share the same "wrong memory"- points to the 'timeline shift' explanation, it seems to me.paigetheoracle wrote:Well Espiralli that seems a reasonable explanation as I'm well aware of false memories and the vagaries of memory as we get older but the question then arises, where did these ideas come from and why? To me a firm grip on reality ensures that time is linear but what happens if we let go? Do events all happen at once or do we slide into alternate realities where the me here does things different there? The trouble with a lot of scientific research nowadays is that slides into the category of the bleeding obvious and says nothing you couldn't figure out yourself. It's all so shallow, like celebrity culture. I don't doubt my experience, I doubt their explanation.
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