Déjà vu: Precognition or an anomaly of memory?
Déjà vu “already seen”, also called paramnesia is an act precognition, clairvoyance or extra-sensory perceptions, the memory of dreams or just an anomaly of memory?clairvoyance | debate | dreams | memory | mistery | phenomenon | precognition | weird
Déjà vu is an anomaly of memory
Anomaly of memory. Mainly because precognitive thought, in theory, happens before an ‘event’ begins. Deja vu generally, if not always, ‘happens’ as the ‘event’ is happening/already begun. This, in turn, creates a feeling of nostalgia that is either related to memory still being placed subconsciously (either due to being sidetracked or processing the memory from microseconds earlier) or from a similar memory being brought forward (typically brought forth from the senses. Smell, sight being a major player). In theory, precognition should happen beforehand, creating a vision long before ‘something’ actually happens. It would make a better argument if the question were ‘Deja vu: Proof of reincarnation or an anomaly of memory?’ If one were to theorize that reincarnation involved living our lives over and over.
well its an act