The art of prediction and prophecy is as old as time. For millenia, people have consulted oracles, psychics and seers to peer into their future. The reasons for this are many.
For example: asking about their health and employment prospects – to asking questions such as – When will I meet the man/woman of my dreams, or when will I marry and how many children will I have. To wanting to know if they will win at random games of luck, such as Bingo, and the lottery.
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Deja vu, is a term that was first coined by the French psychic researcher, Emile Boirac. Deja vu means ‘already seen’ – and is also called ‘paramnesia’. Deja vu is often used to describe the feeling that comes over you, when you are in a situation that you feel like you’ve been in before, but haven’t. It is a sensation that can be triggered by visiting somewhere for the first time.
Or having a conversation with someone. This feeling can be incredibly strong, often giving people cause to stop in their tracks. They rack their brains to try to remember if it is something that has actually happened. And when they realize that it hasn’t, it can be very disconcerting.
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