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Monday, February 2, 2015
First Sign that I Live in a Different Reality
The tent I burnt up when staying at my mother's friend's yurt is miraculously in fine condition.
Apparently I time traveled or something...
My sister Jessica is staying in it on her travels across the country.
Me: "Remember, I burnt the tent when I stayed at Lauri's"
My Mother: "Who is Lauri?"
Me: "Lauri Martin!"
My Mother: "Oh"
Me: "Lauri Martin's yurt"
My Mother: "We never burnt anything at Lauri Martin's yurt"
Me: "Then I must come from a different reality"
My Mother: "Yeah, that's possible. You come from another reality"
This kind of shift is what I call an 'altimatum': a point where things cohere to decohere. A period of profound knowledge narrows reality until it comes to a synergism, and then becomes deflationary. (Cool!).