1: Well, what?
6: If you treat charms badly, something bad will happen.
7: Aliens. Space is so big, so there’s gotta be at least germs or something like ET out there.
14: Aliens aren’t occult-level though. People or UFOs are. Life exists somewhere out there.
8: Massive hornworms. I saw one about 30 cm long when I was a kid.
12: >>8 You’ve got Alice in Wonderland syndrome.
11: When I can’t find something I’ve lost in my room, I’ve no doubt it’s been sucked into another world.
16: Parallel worlds.
18: Out-of-body experiences are real shit.
19: One of my socks has buggered off somewhere.
21: >>19 Now this is real shit.
22: The change of me looking at the clock and seeing it’s 4:44.
28: >>22 I always look at it at exactly 10 o’clock. I wonder why?
23: Prophetic dreams.
61: >>23 This. Although it often gets mixed up with deja vu.
25: That bad feeling of foreboding you get.
29: There seems to be a discrepancy between what people say is normal and what really is normal.
32: That feeling you get when you’ve left the house and forgotten something, but you haven’t actually realised it yet. Apparently it’s been scientifically proven too.
35: Some days I feel like I’m going to run into a friend randomly, and then I do.
45: I think the theory that UFO = time machines and aliens = people from the future is fascinating.
48: When I touched my dead grandfather’s face (on my mother’s side) I suddenly felt really dizzy and almost fell over, has anything ever been said about that scientifically? Also, ever since my grandfather on my father’s side died, I get dizzy when I open his room on the second floor as well. What on earth is that?
59: It’s etched in my mind that if you do something bad, karma will eventually bite you in the ass.
62: I don’t care about aliens or ghosts when we don’t even know what’s on the ocean floor yet.
64: For some reason, when I want something, I get it.
65: I don’t believe in aliens, but I do believe in out-of-place artifacts.
75: I believe in ghosts, but I don’t believe people when they say they’ve seen them.
78: I think this world is nothing more than fiction.
80: The cycle of birth, death, and rebirth, and soulmates, I guess.
81: When a person reaches the end of their life, there is a limit to the amount of happiness that can be felt throughout it, and this is the same all over the world.
82: Everyone in the construction industry knows you don’t touch O-inari-san or something terrible will happen.
36: Storks bring babies, you know.