Hey guys, Do you believe in Premonitions? Ever have one?

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    Jul 23, 2014 6:56 PM GMT

    Young MH17 victim has eerie premonition of crash


    This young man did.
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    http://news.msn.com/world/young-mh17-victim-has-eerie-premonition-of-crash

    Maybe we should all pay more attention to what's spoken to us inside. Yes? No?
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    Jul 23, 2014 7:16 PM GMT
    Two last week within minutes of each other: I was riding my motorcycle downtown and about a block before passing the local legion parking lot the thought of someone pulling out in front of me without looking came to mind.. Sure enough an old woman drove right out of the parking lot but I was ready. About a mile up the road a robin was flying across the road and I thought to myself that in 30+ years of riding a motorcycle I've never hit a bird or had a bird fly into me.. 3 blocks further along I round the bend and a seagull flew right into my left leg.
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    Jul 23, 2014 7:17 PM GMT
    No.
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    Jul 23, 2014 8:09 PM GMT
    I think it's part of our "gut" instinct that folks no longer seem to be in touch with. Like years ago, before all the distractions of net, tv & phones when your great grandmother or aunt would wake up in the middle of the night and know that somebody in the family had just died. As for the motorcyclists... Renegade old ladies in Buicks and Crown Vics are why I constantly have my hand on the clutch and cover my brake ALL the time when I ride.
  • ASHDOD

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    Jul 23, 2014 8:17 PM GMT
    i''m a very non-mistic guy... but my ex had...

    many years ago, my ex woke up in the middle of the night and said ''omthing happend to my father'', his [biologic] father lived in colombia and he didnt have a connection with him [only randomaly] in the morning his mother phoned....his father died.

    another time we were looking for the baphtism site in the south of the sea of galiley,i wasent a tourist guuide yet then so i didnt know the place 'and we drove by it and he pointed it out...
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    Jul 23, 2014 8:58 PM GMT
    Completely believe in this. Call me a weirdo but if I have a serious or crazy dream, it comes true. I'm not a psycho I promise
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    Jul 23, 2014 9:10 PM GMT
    2005 sometime during october I had a dream where I was being taunted by a group of kids that I knew of and threw a punch and got pummeled down while a few of my friends stood on the sidelines too afraid to move.

    Fast foward to december 13 I got suspended from school after defending my friend from getting jumped by those kids a few days prior and came back that day. they came and taunted me and it felt like a huge deja vu. I felt that moment matched my dream perfectly with the only difference was that I didn't throw the first punch and somehow got myself away from them and back inside the building. I believed in premonitions ever since
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    Jul 23, 2014 10:23 PM GMT
    I'll bet you could find at least one person on every commercial passenger flight in the world who had a 'premonition' their flight was going to crash. Of course, you rarely hear about them, because their flight almost always completes its journey without incident.

    I think co-incidence is a far better explanation. It is no less tragic for that.
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    Jul 23, 2014 11:13 PM GMT
    2bnaked said
    Young MH17 victim has eerie premonition of crash


    This young man did.
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    http://news.msn.com/world/young-mh17-victim-has-eerie-premonition-of-crash

    Maybe we should all pay more attention to what's spoken to us inside. Yes? No?


    Yes
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    Jul 23, 2014 11:17 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidI'll bet you could find at least one person on every commercial passenger flight in the world who had a 'premonition' their flight was going to crash. Of course, you rarely hear about them, because their flight almost always completes its journey without incident.

    I think co-incidence is a far better explanation. It is no less tragic for that.



    THIS??
    I made the mistake of following a business lead and based on a hunch. Well, to say the least it went very SOUTH. Deep down I knew it would. It cost me big time and I feel really foolish and stupid for not doing what I knew and even felt and seen in a vision that would happen. I was blinded by a few things I will not elaborate on further. I will never NOT listen to myself again! No more chances. Once bitten twice as shy!!!
  • Amira

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    Jul 23, 2014 11:46 PM GMT
    I definitely feel there is still plenty of unexplainable experiences that we go through in life.

    A while back I used to keep a dream journal. It was a simple way for me to record my dreams as soon as I wake that way they would never be forgotten. One dream I had was about my mom contracting gangrene. But I didn't physically see her have it in the dream, it was just through conversation of the family telling me. So I remember vividly two weeks after recording the dream in my journal, my mom comes to me and tells me a former coworker just passed away from a gangrene infection. It was pretty eerie. I feel that dreams do send us messages but most of the times they are rather indirect such as mine.

    And about over a week ago I woke up one morning.. walked around then out of nowhere I had a vision of a conversation that I never had with my bf. So I called him that same morning chatted for a bit. So I asked him if what I had visioned was on his mind and it was something he had been thinking about. Of course he asked me afterwards how did I know that specific subject was bothering him. I don't think my experience would exactly be called a 'premonition' but I definitely had an intuition about something very specific that felt like deja vu.

    And I have a lot of lucid dreams.. I love dreaming icon_smile.gif
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    Jul 23, 2014 11:50 PM GMT
    I knew you were going to say that.
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    Jul 24, 2014 1:14 AM GMT
    I understand the little boy's fear. After all, only a few months before, another Malaysia Airlines plane went down.

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    Jul 24, 2014 2:41 AM GMT
    Amira saidAnd I have a lot of lucid dreams.. I love dreaming icon_smile.gif


    Namaste Amira. Lifelong lucid dreamer here too.

    A skeptic at heart, I require scientific verification before I place stock in anything, particularly my own experience, but I will here tell one story.

    I make no claims about it. Some might make of it a premonition but that is not my view of it. It is just a story of a coincidence and nothing more.

    Years ago I'd had a dream about a cousin, the sister of a cousin I was closer to, so I wasn't in regular contact with the other sister, I was aware that she was pregnant but had no idea as to when she was due. I'd never had a dream of her before nor since.

    What I remember of the dream--a non-lucid (in that I was not consciously aware at the time that I was dreaming) but very vivid dream at the time and it has firmly remained in memory--was of my cousin's sister (also my cousin of course) in the doorway of a kitchen and she fell backwards into a pool of blood.

    The next day I called my cousin and during conversation told her of my dream. What she told me was a little coincidental. It turns out that night of my dream, or that morning, whenever it was, I don't recall, her sister had gone into labor and while delivering her child wound up very seriously hemorrhaging. Both mother and child all these years later are fine. The child is gorgeous.
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    Jul 24, 2014 11:10 AM GMT
    Unless you are receptive to this kind of thing it would be hard to believe. It could be a brain function, a sixth sense. I think people that can actually do this are not paranoid, they just let things fall into place being aware of what is happening and sort of being prepared. It all depends on how it is used. Maybe it's even a gift of sorts. It can be filtered for good. ….. aaahhh maybe I'm saying too much.
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    Jul 24, 2014 3:06 PM GMT
    Yes it's real. It's not something you can obtain from reading a "how-to" book either. You are either born with this ability or you're not.
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    Jul 24, 2014 3:11 PM GMT
    Yes I have, it happens to me quite often to be honest. I am a very highly perceptive person and I can almost envision certain situations/outcomes well before they happen. And not even necessarily for myself, but for friends/family/in general etc.
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    Jul 24, 2014 9:43 PM GMT
    judgingyou saidYeah I had a premonition that I wouldn't find this thread interesting and look at that it came true.


    I saw that you posted and just knew it wouldn't be funny. I was wrong!

    I'm just third eye blind.
  • chadwick1985

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    Jul 24, 2014 11:44 PM GMT
    Dejavu. Happens quite a bit for me. I can remember dreaming about it though.
  • coolarmydude

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    Jul 25, 2014 1:38 AM GMT
    I've had several. One in particular related to this...

    I boarded a plane and after sitting and buckling up the seat belt, I felt like there was something wrong with the plane. As I tried to push the feeling out of my mind, I looked out the window and saw something dripping from the wing. The pinkish color looked like it might be hydraulic fluid. Shortly after, the pilot announced that the plane has a mechanical issue and that we would have to de-board the plane and wait for another out of the hangar.

    When we were on the replacement plane, we were taxiing towards the runway, next in line, and we turned around because that plane had a mechanical issue.

    We re-boarded the original plane.
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    Jul 25, 2014 1:54 AM GMT
    Of course, they happen all the time. In my profession when I was rotating through pediatric oncology I used to see them ALL THE TIME. Very sweet, innocent, untainted by belief systems...just the truth and they were always on point. Just another way God speaks to us. :-)
  • madsexy

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    Jul 25, 2014 11:10 PM GMT
    I used to have a roommate who was scarey the things he KNEW would happen. He and his family all were that way. At first I just thought he was crazy . . . until stuff happened that he'd said casually '_______ will happen soon' and then I was saying OH CRAP! But then I tried to ask him for lottery numbers . . . ! icon_lol.gif But seriously he used to send me an email with a 'thought' and within a day or so something eerie would happen directly related to what he'd written. I finally started paying attention. The worst was the time he said in a very dramatic way 'Madi please don't go to Long Beach this weekend - it doesn't feel right.' I thought he was saying it because he knew I'd be a major slut at the beach all weekend. On the way out of town the car I was in was hit by an out of control truck on the express way and two of the other passengers were very severely hurt and I and two others were hurt but not that bad. The driver - our very good friend - died of his injuries. So yeah I think people DO have them. I have thought ever since I don't know if I am glad I don't or wish I did.
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    Jul 26, 2014 11:08 PM GMT
    Yes... I believe in premonition because it's an instinctive drive for survival. A good example is women... Women are very sensitive to feelings that's why they are more sensitive of predetermined dangers that might happen to their children.
  • buddycat

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    Jul 26, 2014 11:13 PM GMT
    No, I don't and no I haven't.
  • Jonny21

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    Jul 28, 2014 9:38 AM GMT
    I think people try to find meaning in things that they don't understand or cant explain. However, I do believe that there is a such thing as a premonition. In fact, I think I personally experience one.

    About five years ago, I had just graduated from undergrad and moved back home with my mother so that I could save money before going off for law school. I kept the part-time job that I had in college, which was a 45 minute commute from my mother house. One morning, as I put my key in the ignition, I had weird vision-like "thing" where I saw myself getting into a car accident. Twenty minutes later, my car hydroplaned, bouncing off two jersey walls, spinning across five lanes of morning rush hour traffic. My car was totaled. Fortunately, I walked away from the accident, but the whole thing was super weird. Maybe it was pure happenstance, but the whole thing was weird. I don't know.