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Deja Vu

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Tori Schubert

on 25 November 2012

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Transcript of Deja Vu

rarely occurs
based on geography and spacial dimensions (height, width, depth)
information about location can be acquired by...
- reading a detailed description
- reincarnation
- 'out of body' experiences (traveling while separated from their body) Déjà Vu Déjà senti Déjà visité An occurrence where the brain creates a false memory and attempts to match it with the current situation.
sometimes appears before a temporal lobe epilepsy attack
a mental occurrence triggered verbally or by thought
almost immediately forgotten 'already felt' 'already visited' occurs most often between the ages of 15 and 25
connected with banal or ordinary events
remembered for years after occurrence
involve sight, hearing, tastes, touch, and/or perceptions
contains intricate detail An experience where a person visits a new location and feels as if it is familiar.
occurs rarely
based on geography and spacial dimensions (height, width, depth)
information about location can be acquired by...
- reading a detailed description
- reincarnation
- 'out of body' experiences (traveling while separated from the body) Déjà vécu 'already experienced or already lived though' Déjà vécu can be used to prove time loops, tachyons, and multiple universes. Tori Schubert Erin Moorehead An occurrence where certain details from actual past memories are relived to some extent. hi i'm frank
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