posted on Mar, 27 2015 @ 11:32 AM
Ok I'm not one to normally think anything of dreams, for one I'm a lucid dreamer, once things get scarey I can usually just alter the dream to suit
my needs. Like chasing a certain leprechaun around with a baseball bat with 4 leaf clovers glued to it. Also don't usually give dreams much
Also I've suffered sleep paralysis, but unlike when most do, there's no hallucinations, just annoyance as I try to reclaim control of my body.
Though I've never been able to open my eyes either. Not sure if it was lacking the will, or capability or what.
So brief background, I've no fear of aliens, nor grey in particular, they aren't terrifying for me, always found them fascinating. Shoot a
character I have in a game is a grey human hybrid. Nor do I suffer terror from dreams, nor the very rare sleep paralysis. I recently moved to a
friends house in another state, so my environment is different as well, but still not my first move.
So onto the dream, two nights ago I had a dream, as you've already guessed it involved grey's, not much to the dream really, it did blend from the
experience into normal dreams, so not sure it's anything special to be frank, but, it's still sticking with me and here's why.
I can't get, one, their eyes out of my head, it's burned in there, and I've seen grey's all my life just like everyone else has, their plastered
everywhere, so why stuck there now, why does it give me the willies all of a sudden? Also in the "dream" I experienced fear, not normal dream fear,
but completely uncontrollable terror. Also the brief bit I remember, I wasn't suffering from the typical sleep paralysis, I was aware for a brief
moment before things went dream normal as I'll call it, I was able to move and panic.
All I can remember from this brief terror is panicking, feeling complete terror, those cold black eyes, and thrashing about a bit before all of that
stopped and I was in what I'd call normal dream time again. When I awoke, my room was a mess, and I've felt really really sick ever since that
So it was just a weird whacked out dream, right? I mean that's the most logical rational conclusion, yet I can't get it out of my head. It's just
the influence of researching these things and being interested in them, totally normal experience to have, right?