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hello im 14yrs old my name is trey i used to believe that i could fly i used to watch superman fly and other heroes when i was 12 i wanted to fly so bad i thought if i could closed my eyes as hard as i could and just foucs really hard i could fly i used to jump of benches to try to fly but i couldnt i got so mad i felt like i had super strenght I believe in powers i do
when i was asleep i dreamnt about stuff that would happen....and when that happend i told myself 'hey...didnt i dream this?' i felt as though i did it before and then since i knew wat was gonna happen i would change it.... freaky hey?
i still do believe this but i have 2 things:
1:whenever we play a game like tips or bullrush i place my right hands finger tips down on the ground and i reckon i can make a illusion of my self to the other person so then i can run fastaround them..
2:when i hide in shadow i hold my breath and keep still because i rekon i am a perfect camaflager or watever....
A girl I knew had a selection of very, VERY weird beliefs, some carried on until she was about 11.
Both of us watched a particular show (Dragonball Z) and the characters on it could fly and do other such super-human feats. For months (aged 9ish) she reported that her favourite character visited her at night and whisked her off on adventures. Me and my sister were truly weirded out when she recounted her night-time journeys as we knew it wasn't possible. She apparently didn't.
The same girl also believed that she could fly (a belief I'd had, then dropped aged 5) and insisted on demonstrating to us her 'powers of flight' (the highest possible jump of a ten year old). She apparently also attempted to jump from her window, but was stopped in time to prevent her 'flight'.
She also harboured the belief that she was gifted with various special powers e.g. mind reading. I'm not proud to say I played along and encouraged her.
Like almost every other weird kid, I networked with other weird kids.
My Mum used to tell me that grownups could see through walls. She used to catch us picking our noses and so on when we didn't think we could be seen round corners or in reflections, but I completely believed that she could see through the walls.
I used to believe there was a massive secret that adults wern't allowed to tell children
I thought they could read out thoughts and that our thoughts scrolled across our foreheads and only adults could see what all the children were thinking. In assembly when i saw a teacher look at me i'd count in my head, so that they couldn't read my thoughts.
I use to believe I was the only one who could move their eyes without moving their head. I was amazed at this too.
When I was about 8 or 9 I was convinced that I could see invisible Gremlins running around the woods at my summer camp. They were the true owners of that land and they were not happy we were on it. There were different depending on the color they were. Red ones were Evil, Blue were fun and happy and there were Rainbow ones that could change to any color depending on the mood they were in. I was so convinced of it I started to induct the other kids at the camp of it... by the end of the summer, 10 kids were running around spotting Gremlins. I was the leader of us and I was the one with all the information about the "G's" and what they did. The counselors thought I was a bully because I had an army or 10 8 yr olds hanging on my every word and doing exactly what I told them to, to protect the world from the Evil "G's" and how to help the good "G's" live prosperously.
What can I say I am a natrual born leader.
I used to believe people could grow their limbs back up until I was about 12. Our neighbor had a prosthetic leg and I asked why she didn't just grow it back.
soo when i was like 8... i thought that i could make the wind come and go whenever i wanted it to. when i threw my hands up, it would stop. when i slowly lowered them, it would start moving around again.. like i had it burned on my brain that it was because i had powers over the wind or something. i was weird.
"I was firmly convinced I could fly - I even have strong memories of flying or floating down the stairs. I think I probably could and it was only when I was told I couldn't that I stopped being able to."
By Pat (written on this very site - top rated belief).
Amazing. For a really long time, I felt the same way! I used to run down the stairs at home, because i thought (knew?) that I could just fly - but I never did, though... I think I dreamt it, but the dreams felt so... Real. I still dream that I can fly - it's always the same over again, me flying over the heads of my friends in kindergarden. (and now I'm fifteen so I've been having the same dream frequently for many years now). Sometimes I'm running down a hill, and halfway down, I levitate. Really cool (:
Oh, Where to begin. I used to believe once that I could see through my objects If I was crosseyed. Know now.
I used to believe I could control wind, I would sing and the wind would speed up or close my hands. There was an odd momment under a tree where my friend told me to show another friend my power. I closed my hands tightly and the wind blew hard, that scared me. The belief died away on its own.
I used to believe I could read minds. My friend and I would ask eachother what we were thinking and I would always get it right, but we were giving eachother hints -_-
I used to believe I could predict the future and at day care I was telling this boy there who I was going to marry by closing my eyes and having a random name pop into my head. It was Allen Brent Tee, what a screwed up name.
At 11 and 12 I studied up on the 6th scense, (I still believed I could control the wind) I really wanted to levitate, but didn't think it was possible. I learned about chackras and meditation. I believed that if I meditated on a chakra (as the site states) I could levitate, so I would sit on the floor and concentrate on my Earth Chakra and strangly enough I could feel a lifting motion (I'm feeling one now by typing this) I don't think you can Physically levitate, but maybe you can make it feel as if you are.
We are spanish students, and when we were younger, we used to believe in Peter Pan!
We used to believe that,He will go to meet with us, and convert us,in childrens forever!
It was an stupid believe, but who doesn't like be always a children?
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Super Isa & Super Leyre [!]**
i used to believe that i could breathe wind from my mouth because whenever i blew and breathed out lots of cool air came out and on cold days i believed that smoke came out of my mouth
I used to believe I could control water. Everytime it used to rain I used to concentrate on the clouds and it would stop. My friend was amazed. And when I was in the shower I looked at the top bit of the shower and it stopped coming out. The thing was the pipe was clogged LOL.
When I was little I used to believe that if you swallowed a whole (soap) bubble you could float. Needless to say it never worked for me (the bubbles always bursted before I could swallow them ;) )
I used to believe that I could control the wind. I'm not sure, but I think it was because someone told me everyone has a special talent in life that only they can do. It must have been a hot day when I wished for the wind to blow and coincidentally it did. From then on until about age 11, I believed I controlled it. When it didn't work, it was because I was overworking my powers, and they needed rest.
Incidently, my boyfriend has a birthmark on his arm which he thought was in the shape of a cloud, so of course he thought that meant he could control clouds or some such nonsense. (Mine is better).
When I was younger I had a superman suit and thought it gave me flight and super strength, so one day I was rough housing with my dad and sisiters and I jumped of the couch landed on my dad and made him fall (unfortunatly on me)......ya I had to get a neck brace, but at least I took him down with me!!
I used to believe that making myself go cross-eyed was the same as X-ray vision, and that I had a special ability that no one else had.
I used to belive that when I thought something (like going to Disneyland) my parents would know about it and take me or buy me whatever I thought of.
Gradually, as time passed, I noticed that my parents would not do whatever I think of.