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My deja vu is not based on sights or sounds or an overwhelming sense. It is based on knowing that I have had that experienced before.
On another note, I do agree that people who have lots of vivid dreams experience deja vu. Many of my family members do not dream like me and therefore, do not experience deja vu. As a matter of fact, most of them do not or cannot recall their dreams. I only have one brother who has vivid dreams but has never experienced a deja vu.
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