Have You Ever Seen Something That You Couldn't Explain? If So, What Was it?
Something that you still wonder about and can't comprehend still? What is your best explanation of whatever it was that you saw?
Yes, I am not sure. I'm not trying to promote a hub. My christmas hub kinda' explains it with a little fiction tossed in for story affect. OK, you twisted my arm.
on a bridge
two entities in front of me
looked off or out from the bridge toward directions except forward and back
recap: two entites in front of me on the bridge - to far away to really see them
Never looked back
toward the panaromic views toward the sides was 'nothingness' I do not know how to explain it other than that. 'Nothingness' Not empty, Not darkness, Not even empty space. It was nothingness.
Next thing I remebe is the thought "It is not time yet. Go back"
Next memory is about a week later seeing a hand sign a piece of paper.
Next memory is about 3 weeks later taking a shower at my parents house. the fun part was I didn't know how and my brother had to teach me or tell me how. I was about 24
Everything is hazy at that point until really a few months later.
But, the vividness of experiencing 'nothingness' has haunted me since 1978
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