Hi, I'm pretty sceptical. I wont believe an explanation for something until I have seen very compelling evidence. Even then I must take the stance that other explanations are at least possible. I admire the scientific method. I don't believe in ghosts, witches, wizards, magic, majik, telepathy or E.T. I have to admit though that these things are at-least possible (except maybe majik - that's just coolly spelt magic IMO). Yet I don't know of anything which dis-proves these things. I can't offer any explanation for the frankly amazing claims that people make about such things. I can however recount my own inexplicable experiences. I'll try to keep it short . Incident 1 When I was little (about 8??), my parents went out to the theater while we children stayed at home. I was a good boy and went to bed nice and early, thought my folks didn't get back until much later. When they got home, my dad came up to check on us. At that moment I had a vivid dream. I can remember it very clearly even now, some 20+ years later. It is still vivid in my mind. I dreamt a scene, a hazy view, much higher than I was accustomed to, traveling down the corridor of my home, to my room. The perspective was much higher than I was used to and I had the strange sensation of floating along the corridor. I approached the door to my room, reached out and opened it where I could see myself sleeping in bed. (my stomach is turning just remembering this) I approached the bed, still from a tall view point, and reached out to myself. Then I woke up. Very scared. I opened my eyes and saw my Dad leaning over my bed checking on me. I punched him. It was a very strange experience. Possible Explanations: A: I was remote viewing, during a dream, through my dad's eyes, as he came to wake me up. B: I was able to assimilate in my dream, based on the (presumably familiar) noises and commotion of my parents returning, a simulation in my mind of the view through my dad's eyes as he came to wake me up. (i imagined it, being stimulated by the environment) C: Coincidence. I have no idea what happened. The only explanation I rule out at this time is C. If you can think of a reasonable explanation (or even a fantastic one) please let me know. Incident 2 One night, about 8 years ago, I had the most vivid dream I have ever had (much more resolved than the memory of the hazy dad-dream I had as a child). I have never experienced anything like it. It left me full of emotion and when I think about it now the sensation returns. It was incredibly... real, for want of a better word. Unlike anything else. Unlike normal dreams. And I do have lucid dreams quite frequently. I dreamt I was in a hut full of children. There where about 6 or 7 of them and they where scared. I was scared. They where in a very simple hut that was enclosed on all sides. The only way in was through a trap door in the floor. Water was coming. The children where scared and the older children comforted the younger ones. They where all huddled in the corner of the hut. The one most important and strongest sense I am left with is that they where brave. They where crying, they where scared, but they understood what was happening and they where brave. How I know this I'm not sure, but i was left with this very strong notion: bravery. The waters came and I woke up. Later the next day I told a friend who I met at lunch about the dream and he told me about a flood that had happened that night in some remote part of the world. I saw pictures on the news that evening of small villages, with huts on stilts, that had been devastated by the floods. I had (and still have) a very strong sensation that this is what I dreamt about. Possible Explanations: A: I was remote viewing, during a dream, into one of the huts that contained the children. B: Coincidence. C:? Again I have no idea what happened. I cannot explain it. The sensation is too vivid and the likelihood too small that it was just coincidence. I would love to hear possible explanations. I am level-headed and have little tendencies towards fanciful thinking. I do however think that we humans are far from a full knowledge of the physical world. When I hear about this Mr. Anderson character I think: 'Matrix'. And the next thing I think is: 'Charlatan'. But I myself have experienced similar and seemingly inexplicable phenomenon. I am open-minded and must at least entertain all explanations for what I have experienced. As Einstein said "...condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance..."