Yes, I am "bipolar", at least that is what the doctor diagnosed it as back when my life was too beautiful to believe: father to two daughters, one newly born, and working in an environment that enabled me to access the Internet quite easily during my lunch hour.
That led to a sort of information overload, which is not a psychiatric disease, but does lead to realizations which when taken on face value can expand ones mind in such a way that a second, higher reality starts to emerge...
Over time I came to the idea that there is an almost invisible network of intelligent beings at work to make the future better, and that one morning while driving to work, I noticed that the music on the radio all pointed to that same positive world. As I wondered: "A-Ha's Take on Me, would that have such meaningful lyrics too?", the DJ on the radio started talking. And out of the thousands of titles he could have picked, he started that very song!
Further observations that day led me to believe that I had a duplicate in this world, whom I encountered as I got off the freeway. At least he drove the same emerald green Volkswagen Rabbit, identical to the large decorative sticker I had added to our car recently!
But choosing to enter that world proved difficult, because once you act on it, you are quickly picked up off the streets, diagnosed and sent to hospital!
However, I never saw this as a sickness. To me, the human being is a marvelous biological machine that has a very complex feedback loop with the environment. If such a system is not sufficiently dampened, a new idea can lead to a step response, causing an oscillation as the system starts to solve the Human Equation again.
And that's what happened. Weird thing is though, that X indeed marks that spot which I saw all those years ago...