~~~ Timeless

God created us in his own image. And then, he put a lock on our powers. This, and this alone, is what separates us from the angels that were also made in his image. At times, we are able to “open the choke” as I call it, and tap into these powers. Those unexplainable hysterical strength moments where mothers become overwhelmed with adrenaline and are able to lift two ton vehicles in order to save their children. Coming back to life minutes after being pronounced dead. Even the way that individuals with dissociative identity disorder can change their biological makeup as they transition from one identity to another. And of course, many many more.

The one that I’d like to talk with you about is Déjà Vu. It has always been thought of as a time that you had somehow subconsciously previously seen and are now living, like a realization that you at some point had a premonition about a moment that you are currently in. Close, but not quite. It’s an open the choke moment. One where the synapses in various parts of your brain, moreso your basal ganglia, are firing at god-like speed. They are firing so fast that you actually enter into a moment of precognition. When this happens, on a very small scale, you are literally living in multiple periods in time at once. You are experiencing both the present and the near future in the same moment. Imagine for a second that you could control this.

Well, let me tell you that you can, and that I have. After years of study, and practice, I had a breakthrough; A big one. I opened the choke, and spent a month in precog. I didn’t fully understand at the time, but luckily my bodily functions kicked in, snapped me out of it, and jerked me back to the present right as I couldn’t hold it anymore. Literally, I damn near pissed myself. Do you know how odd it is to go for a month without going to the bathroom? Sorry, that’s not important.

Anyway, that was my first breakthrough. And I was instantly addicted. Every night before bed I would go into precog. Sometimes for a month, maybe a year, others I would do it just to see how the next day would turn out. I was able to control time. I was a God. So much so that while I didn’t do this often because of how fragile the timeline is, if I really focused I could even go into the past. Do you understand what having that kind of power is like?

Admittedly, I’ve taken my precog addiction to the extreme a time or two… Or a baker’s dozen… Who’s counting!? Point is, I’ve opened the choke, spent entire decades in precog, experienced various versions of my own death, and met God. You know, if I were God, I’d be THRILLED to find out that one of my humans unlocked their power and became their own God. He was NOT thrilled, not even a little bit. Each time we met he would hurl me back to the present. After that, I’d have to teach myself how to open the choke all over again.

You know the definition of insanity? I started slipping. I was losing time, or at least my place in time, if that makes any sense. At some point, I’m honestly not sure if it was in the present or in precog, I met with a neurologist. He told me that apparently I’m on the verge of developing dyschronometria, or that I will be on that verge in the future. I don’t know. I’m honestly not entirely sure where I am right now. Or “when I am” to be more specific. I’ve lived so many lives, too many to count. And I’ve learned so much. Now I feel like I can’t even access all of the knowledge that I’ve gained. There’s a couple key things that I can hold on to though.

Let me let you in on a little secret; God created us in his own image. And then, he put a lock on our powers. This, and this alone… Wait… Have we had this conversation before? Nah. That would just be weird…

Thanks again Mack for making this picture for my story.

 

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  1. porngirl3 says:

    If not can you explain how you opened the choke to time?

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    1. I mean. It’s fiction… But I think if we could time travel doing it in our heads might be a start? Like, maybe that really is what deja Vu is, just a mini-scaled time travel, happening too quickly for us to fully understand… Ok, I’m getting a little too nerdy here haha but still, it’s kinda cool to think about

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    2. porngirl3 says:

      I always have dreams that predict the future. But dreams being what they are, my lack of remembering them all and such make it hard to know what’s what.

      But sometimes I can pinpoint when I had the dream and it is a bit freaky to live something exactly as I’ve already seen it happen.

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    3. That sounds like deja Vu… Maybe you’re more connected to it than the average person?

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    4. porngirl3 says:

      Maybe. But I tend to remember my dreams well too.

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  2. porngirl3 says:

    Fiction?

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    1. The fact that you asked this kinda reassures me that this isn’t written as poorly as I thought it was haha thank you! But yes, it’s fiction

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    2. porngirl3 says:

      Darn. It did seem far fetched. But I’ve had so many extraordinary experiences with distortion of reality that I wanted to double check. Lol

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    3. The way that you can trick yourself into feeling and experiencing things that aren’t necessarily “real” is pretty far fetched in itself. Hopefully in future edits I can make this sound a little more believable and less far fetched… And if you EVER hear about someone time traveling this way tell them that they owe me some sort of compensation lol

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    4. porngirl3 says:

      You got it. 😉

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    5. porngirl3 says:

      I have issue with your first sentence though. Tricks doesn’t seem the right word for it but I won’t take offense or anything. I don’t think they are so far fetched as you think though. From personal experience with it I’d say it’s rather easy to do, just hard to maintain. But as your protagonist experienced. Maybe we aren’t meant to live there. 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️

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    6. Possibly not the right wordage. But thinking about how often/easily we misremember events, experience phantom pains, physically change something within ourselves via the placebo effect, and so on (in my mind) lends itself at least in part to being perceived as a kind of “trick” by your brain/body/whatever.
      As for the story being or not being far fetched, I just meant that I wanted to make it seem as relatable as possible. So no one could come along later, pick out a sentence or paragraph, upturn their nose and say “that’s not how that works” lol.
      And I don’t know… I think I might try to cast this in a more positive light and see how it goes. Maybe we are supposed to live there? Who knows

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    7. porngirl3 says:

      Hmmm.. I like the story as it stands. As far as time travel I’m not sure we are supposed to manipulate it and I don’t personally think I want to, even if I could. I’ve thought about this a lot because I strongly believe in the power of prayer and intention. So in my mind if one can alter the future through these mediums it stands to reason that one should be able to manipulate the past as well. But that’s another story.

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    8. I think manipulating the past would transition more into a Mandela effect conversation. Eventually I’d love to write some kind of Mandela effect story, but I don’t think my head is there right now. I’ve got too many stories on the “to be written” list haha

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    9. porngirl3 says:

      I hear you. I need to look into the mandella effect more. Everything I’ve seen about it is fascinating.

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    10. It. Is. INSANE! Set a timer so you don’t get pulled too far down that rabbit hole. You can easily lose a couple hours (awesome unintentional nod to time travel😜) researching.

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    11. porngirl3 says:

      🤣🤷🏽‍♀️ so true

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