The Ultimate WTF
by, 18th March 2013 at 04:50 PM (390 Views)
Special note: My mother doesn't lie to me, okay?
My mother journals, where she basically gets all the rage on paper.
She showed me her entry from last night. It was rage to start with, then a pattern, and then "If you're happy and you know it clap your hands
Why am I writing in a way that none can read without form? (At this point the handwriting was degrading fast) It is strangely rela" At this point it becomes incomprehensible, and apparently the writing was "automatic". But by the next paragraph it had become some sort of weird symbol text. It had a very definite form to it, and the symbols were written in a certain way and some appeared multiple times. Punctuation was also noticeable.
It was definitely a language, and it certainly wasn't English. Apparently, Tailgate was sleeptalking in another language too midway through last year.
I also apparently stated that I was from Jupiter when I first learned to fully talk. When asked if it was cold, I simply said that it was fine, just hotter here. And there was nothing on Earth. This is at least partly consistent with the theory of panspermia, which suggests that the meteorites that brought life-sustaining chemicals to the young Earth also brought life there, explaining why it developed so quickly when the chance arose.
And there's also the collective subconscious. For those who don't know what that is, imagine a six-year-old who's never had the word "Pikachu" mentioned to them in their entire life. They'd still be able to draw one. The collective subconscious is a low-level "telepathic" web existing between humans that shares common knowledge.
This is where all of this descends into what some may view as complete BS, but I trust Bulbagarden to handle this like mature adults.
Perhaps the collective subconscious is storing commonly known information from early extraterrestrial life that migrated to the early Earth, permanently embedded into the deepest parts of our subconscious, like their language. This would explain why virtually every culture in the world uses writing and verbal language. It's just a theory, but I am definitely looking into this. I'm going to try and decode it if I ever get the chance.
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