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Hyper Perceptions  Most people will experience Hyper Perception at least once or twice in their lifetime. This phenomenon usually occurs when a person visits a place they’ve never been before and yet experiences a very strong sense of familiarity. This should not be confused with déjà vu which is often fleeting and is really just a brief feeling of having seen or done something before.

HYPER PERCEPTIONS - Most people will experience Hyper Perception at least once or twice in their lifetime. This phenomenon usually occurs when a person visits a place they’ve never been before and yet experiences a very strong sense of familiarity.

St. Mary's Church at Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, The Church as it stands today was restored between 1855 and its rededication in 1863 by the Dent family after being sat in ruins as a result of the Civil War. Queen Katherine Parr lies entombed in the Church, the only English Queen to be buried on private land. Weddings

St. Mary's Church at Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, The Church as it stands today was restored between 1855 and its rededication in 1863 by the Dent family after being sat in ruins as a result of the Civil War. Queen Katherine Parr lies entombed in the Church, the only English Queen to be buried on private land. Weddings

The Barbican at Lewes Castle, built in 1069 by William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey, brother-in-law to William the Conqueror. (both gr, gr, gr grandfathers at several locations on my family tree.) The castle is located in Sussex, England

Lewes Castle was built by William de Warenne a Norman nobleman who was created Earl of Surrey under William II 'Rufus'. He was one of the few documented to have been with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings in

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