We all have them. My theory for example, is that all human beings who can speak or write a language likely have hidden UFO memories for a variety of reasons.
In addition to this we all have hidden memories that we didn't understand at the time what was happening to us because we were too young or out of the loop or we had been drugged in some way by doctors, nurses or unscrupulous people along the way too.
So, literally everyone has hidden memories of some kind in their minds somewhere waiting to come out.
But, then also we have memories of every movie we have ever seen or every book we have ever read and every story we have ever been told and how to do we in the end separate all the stories from the true experiences especially if you didn't understand what was happening at the time to begin with?
Also, what if you witnessed something bad happening to someone else and you were too young or traumatized to realize it didn't happen to you?
For example, as a young man of about 15 or 16 or even 14 I climbed up Littlerock Dam.
This is a picture of Littlerock Dam today but I couldn't still see the rusting ladder up the face of it that was there still around 1963. Possibly the whole dam has been reconstructed since then not sure. I climbed the ladder up the face of this dam because I was young and foolish then. It says it is 124 feet from foundation to crest of the dam by the way. If you click on this picture it should enlarge:
Anyway, I convinced my friend to climb up this dam on the ladder but forgot how afraid of heights he was. But, he climbed up behind me because I talked him into this which was a big mistake. When I reached the top he got stopped where the ladder goes out from the Dam a few feet because it is scarier there about 75 feet up the dam.
He froze there for about 15 minutes until I realized he was going to die there unless I saved him so I did. I climbed down from the top and climbed over him (because I'm not afraid of heights) and grabbed his feet one by one and put each one one by one on a lower step until he had climbed all the way back down.
However, most of my life I was so traumatized by these events I believed it was I who froze on the dam until I met him again in my 40s and he reminded me that I'm not afraid of heights, he is.
How many memories do we have like this when we save someone and we are so afraid to lose our friends so bad we think it is our near deaths we are witnessing over time?
I'm realizing this sort of thing is pretty common around near death experiences with all of us. Trauma often creates false memories for one reason or another.
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