It is not imagination when humans experience what they term Deja Vu, the feeling of having been before in a place, in a setting, or under similar circumstances. In most cases the distinct and haunting feeling of Deja Vu is a memory, emerging from a past life. Most of the memories stored from past lives cannot emerge, although the entity is aware of them and never forgets, as unless the current incarnation affords a circumstance where the memory seems appropriate there simply is not an opening. Once such an opening occurs, the human may ponder and dwell on the moment, entranced, and draw out further details. Unless the human is aware of reincarnation, is a believer, they speculate on all manner of causes, such as travel into the future or parallel lives, but Deja Vu is simply a memory from the past.