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‘Continuous cycle’ déjà vu theory makes so much sense it feels like you already know it

Harley Young

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‘Continuous cycle’ déjà vu theory makes so much sense it feels like you already know it

Featured Image Credit: @nickjackson31/tiktok

Ever feel like you've been somewhere or experienced something before, even though you probably haven't? This ominous feeling, known as déjà vu, has been baffling people for centuries but one TikToker has tried to explain a bizarre theory as to why it happens.

Nick Jackson, known by his TikTok username as @NickJackson31, has been blowing the minds of platform users with his unusual theory about the possibilities that can cause déjà vu and the 'continuous cycle' it could relate to.

Nick's video, captioned 'Déjà Vu Theory' starts with him spinning around in his swivel chair before focusing on the camera and saying: "So, I came up with a theory on déjà vu."

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He continues by saying that when we think about how déjà vu makes us feel, it always gives us this strangely unexplainable, uneasy feeling that we're not really quite sure of why.

He adds: "So I've thought about it in terms of past lives and the big bang," explaining further that when we think about past lives we often think about having been a 'Pharaoh, or a frog, or whoever'.

He asks his audience to 'think about this' before talking about the big bang in more detail.

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"It goes along, there's dinosaurs, the ice age... then it comes to you being born, you live your life and you die, then the world continues."

At this point, the video seems rather pessimistic, but what Nick says next is a real thought-provoker.

"After that, the sun erupts and the big bang starts again," he says before repeating the same cycle.

Credit: TikTok/@nickjackson31
Credit: TikTok/@nickjackson31
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Nick then explains how he believes this 'continuous cycle' is what causes the déjà vu as you are remembering all of those previous times that you've lived through the same or similar experience.

The TikTok video has been watched over 3,500 times and according to the comments, Nick isn't alone in his beliefs.

One user added: "Right on right on right on," while another said: "Wait this is actually realistic."

However, one disappointed viewer wrote: "So I keep choosing to make s***ty decisions over and over and over."

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But not everyone is convinced by Nick's theory, with one viewer who is sceptical about the idea commenting: "Then how come we have an increasing population? If this was true, everyone has had a previous life, so how can we introduce brand new life."

Another even accused Nick of being on drugs for his presumption, commenting: "Enough hongas for you bruv," with the smoke cloud emoji.

What do you think? Does this article look familiar to you?

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Harley Young
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