Last night, I experienced 'infra-red' vision for the first time! I have a section of my home that is completely dark. Blacked out. And yet I could see everything. Blurry and vague, but I could see. It appeared as a very subtle red and orange blury view, but I could see everything. I thought I might be delusional, but I was 100% sober. I turned the lights off and within ten seconds I could clearly see door frames, clothes in the hall (dark spots), and myself. I had been reading on the couch so my back was hot, and I was aware of a bright orange 'back light' reflecting off the wall behind me.
I thought I might be imagining this so I spun around a few times, then precisely reached out and touched the doorframe, light switch, etc, right where I saw them. I have a strong 'sixth sense', and have had several experiences before with animals (they talk to me and many of my friends telepathically - not a big deal to anyone who spends lots of time around animals because you know exactly what I'm talking about. The last instance was one of my goats was standing BEHIND me, out of site and without making a sound very clearly communicated to me I needed to clean out the waterer, which it turns out was full of poo. Another time I was hiking in the dark and hesitated from stepping down. There was a rattlesnake in the path. That sort of stuff. . .) so discovering new senses isn't at all surprising, but this is the first time I've experienced infra-red vision. So amazing!
Has anyone else had this experience? My kids thought this might be because my goats were nibbling Jimsonweed and castor and something might have been transferred to the milk. I've been eating lots of macadamia nuts and nectarine cobbler (hey, it's Weston Price and it's DELICIOUS! Don't hate!!). Something epigenetic? Mindset? Company? Full moon? Let's figure this out because I want to be able to repeat it.
And yes, I'm crazy but I'm OK with that.
ed: I want to hear from people who have had this experience, not from tards who are obviously taking a break from getting their asses kicked by ten year olds playing Call of Duty and have no clue about animals or 'soft skills'. Have you ever hunted? If you've hunted or tracked, you'll know there are senses that allow you to track and find game that aren't in the standard 5. Call it intuition, or whatever, but the Predator reference is a solid one. And yes, it was very much like that. If you only have five senses, I pity you. I have at least eight, and I know of many others who get what I'm saying on the other seven, just not on infra-red. To make light of this is to show your own ignorance and limitations.