'Déjà vu', the French term meaning "already seen", is a paranormal
phenomenon experienced by so many and yet understood by so very few.
The ability to tap into a possible future life memory can be an
amazing experience for all who believe in it.
The ‘déjà vu’ occurrences usually last but a few seconds and are
often misconstrued. You see ‘déjà vu’ is not always a past life
memory, it can be a concurrent life memory or a historical
regression. You will be interested to know that we are able to
communicate our thoughts and memories to other levels of existence
we call planes. While this may seem rather confusing it is actually
a rather simple process. In essence all it takes to transmit
information to another plane is a thought.
A typical ‘déjà vu’ is when a person’s energy field infiltrates
another from a bygone era and this is called a historical
regression. The person experiencing it literally steps back in time.
The next most common ‘déjà vu’ is when a person mentally visualizes
a scene that is unfolding before it actually happens and this is
called a concurrent life memory. In other words what you are about
to do has already happened in another dimension of time called a
plane. Interestingly enough the least common of the ‘déjà vu’
phenomena is when someone is pulled into another life by a shift in
time energy called a past life memory.
In summary ‘déjà vu’ is a form of time travel that has baffled
Mankind since the discovery of relativity.
Déjà vu (French pronunciation: [deʒa vy]
( listen), literally "already seen") is the experience of feeling
sure that one has already witnessed or experienced a current
situation, even though the exact circumstances of the prior
encounter are uncertain and were perhaps imagined. The term was
coined by a French psychic researcher, Émile Boirac (1851–1917) in
his book L'Avenir des sciences psychiques ("The Future of Psychic
Sciences"), which expanded upon an essay he wrote while an
undergraduate. The experience of déjà vu is usually accompanied by a
compelling sense of familiarity, and also a sense of "eeriness",
"strangeness", "weirdness", or what Sigmund Freud calls "the
uncanny". The "previous" experience is most frequently attributed to
a dream, although in some cases there is a firm sense that the
experience has genuinely happened in the past. >>>
P.M.H. Atwater – Dr.
Future Memory - by P.M.H. Atwater.
This book, written by a woman who had 3 near-death experiences in
1977, is the culmination of decades of research into the phenomenon
of the "brain shift" that occurs with both NDE experiencers and
those who experience it through other avenues. Drawing on the best
thinking in science and metaphysics, the conclusions are not only
fascinating reading on their own, but also provide much insight and
support for many of the statements and facts contained in the
Operation Terra material.
There are different paths to future
Author P.M.H. Atwater says the future memory allows people to "live"
life in advance and remember the experience in detail when something
triggers that memory.
Atwater says the unifying, and permanent, effect of that experience
is a "brain shift" which she believes "may be at the very core of
existence itself." In Future Memory, Atwater shows that structural
and chemical changes are occurring in our brains, changes indicative
of higher evolutionary development.
The author, one of the foremost investigators of the near-death
experience (NDE), experienced the future memory process firsthand
following her own three NDEs. She shows how these "rehearsals" for
future events differ from other modes of futuristic awareness such
as Clairvoyance, Precognition, and Déjà vu.
- Provides a series of
steps to assist in developing future memory
- Explores new models of time, existence, and consciousness
- Presents an in-depth study of the brain shift and how it can be
- Offers an extensive appendix, resource manual, and notes
Future Memory is an important step in
understanding the relationship between human perception and reality.