When I am half asleep and Im concentrating, I hear mumbles, of people. And it will be so quiet. These mumbles will be of people, some I know and some I dont know. And sometimes the next day, those people that I heard saying something will say that same exact thing to me. I dont know if Im crazy, but ever since then I have felt different. You know, more than I am. Is there a title of what I am, I always cant make out the voices, its only if I really concentrate
It sounds like it could be clairaudience, specifically precognition through clairaudience.
Clairaudience gives someone the ability to hear things in an extrasensory manner, and precognition allows someone to know things that will happen in the future, if either if those terms sound right to you.
But I also wanted to let you know that something similar happens to me. When I'm falling asleep, sometimes I hear voices in my head that are not my own. Sometimes they sound familiar and other times, not so much. I can't always make out what they are saying, and usually when I start paying attention to them, they stop.
Occasionally, I have conversations with people where a certain phrase sticks out and rings in my head for a while afterward because something about the way they said it sounds very familiar.
Also, if I am particularly tired, I will experience these voices to a much more severe degree. They are much louder, more distracting, almost sound as though they are coming from around me, and they do not stop when I begin paying attention to them. This has only happened a handful of times, but it has happened since I was very little.
I am not entirely sure what this is. One very mundane explanation is auditory hallucinations which generally occur from the subconscious when someone is preoccupied doing something, or falling asleep, or listening to music, etc. This is a certain possibility.
You may also be somewhat clairvoyant, and if you would like to explore and exercise that further, I would recommend trying some work with chakras in balancing them. Specifically the third eye, but you should work through them in order to have the best effect on yourself while doing this because it involves balance withinyourself and being grounded to a certain degree while being open enough in others to really use this without getting carried away.
I believed for a while when I was younger that it was spirits. I would sort of sense the energy in an area and it's not clear to me if I am hearing a piece of a conversation that took place there at some point or if I am hearing something that a spirit is saying at that moment, but sometimes I still wonder if that is what is going on. This could also be considered another type of clairvoyance.
I have not sought help because I am capable of managing while this happens, but if this becomes too distracting or persistent, I would recommend talking to a trained professional about it. It could be an indicator of a more serious underlying psychosis as well.
Overall, it's really impossible to say what's going on for sure, not even being sure if I amexperiencing the same thing you've described. But you can sort of play with it for a bit and make up your own mind about it depending on how that goes. Just remember that if it gets overwhelming, you shouldalways seek further advice from a trained psychologist.
I also just tested something, I had my clothes in the dryer, I imagined myself leaving my body and going down to the dryer to check the time, when I opened my eyes I wrote the time down and went downstairs and it was correct. So I did the same thing with the stuff that was on my mothers stand, it was all correct.
There were no Witches in Salem, only people who were wrongly accused of witchcraft because of the envy and greed of their neighbors.
None of the things you are describing make you necessarily a Witch or anything else. If you wish to learn witchcraft or any other magical pathway then you are going to have to do the study and practice to get there. One isn't just born with "powers". You might have the ability to be really good at magic, but like someone born with a musical talent, you won't get to Carnegie Hall without a lot of practice, practice, practice.