I saw Chris Dodd at a Subway in Connecticut, and he ordered his sandwich in fluent Spanish.
I’ve had a few times where i’ll suddenly remember a portion of a dream from the night before and a few seconds later it’ll play out in real life. No one ever believes me when I tell them, so whenever it happens I usually don’t say anything. Sometimes it just shocks me, though.
One time when I was in Vegas and asleep and dreaming in my room at around noon, I got a text from my friend(who was in California) asking if I was at a bar. I called him up and he proceeded to describe to me the dream I had just been having, including very specific details about the setting and actual dialogue that took place, only he didn’t know it was a dream – he thought it was real. Apparently he was trying remote viewing, and when he concentrated on me he got those images/sounds/experience.
Before that I had been pretty skeptical of this kind of thing, but the situation really freaked me out and made me rethink my position. I didn’t think it was possible for two humans to see the exact same thing (as in one person experiencing what someone else is feeling, seeing, etc.). I was thankful that this dream wasn’t one of my more fucked up ones. Most people think I’m crazy when I tell them the story, and I can’t blame them because it all seems totally impossible – even I would have called me crazy. Still, the scenario had a huge affect on me and greatly changed my views on the nature of that type of communication. Consequently, I have been theorizing that this type of communication might actually be possible, but as humans we are just discovering the ability and how to use it.
I’ve also had some Deju Vu-esque dreams that depicted the future (the scenes ended up happening). Typically these have been arbitrary events, like 5 seconds at a gas station in the middle of nowhere. I have been to brand new places and have knowledge about them like I had been there before. Still, I have not figured out a way to actually prove and duplicate these things, but my personal experiences have led me to at the very least believe in the possibility of these type of things being legitimate.