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posted on May, 16 2016 @ 09:47 PM
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I've experienced many things I can't explain in my life. The most recent I can remember goes something like this.

I awoke in the morning and had slight sleep paralysis. I laid there with no desire to move as I could feel an invisible creature crawling on me. I can remember that from what I could feel i thought it was like a child but much lighter.

So I stood up and could still feel it so I reached where I figured it's body was a grabbed it. Then it started becoming visible so I tried to hold it out in front of me. It's lower half of the body was still invisible and fore arms and hands but I could feel it trying to push off of me to get away. It's hands were pushing off from the base of my fire arms and feet pushing off from my thighs.
It had fairly large eyes and a really big mouth.

I drew this in a few seconds to show what I mean.



I wasn't scared of it for some reason and oddly from what I can remember it just vanished and I got thoughts to ignore and forget about it then went about my day.

Has anyone else experienced the invisible creatures while paralyzed?




posted on May, 16 2016 @ 09:48 PM
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originally posted by: Staygaf
I've experienced many things I can't explain in my life. The most recent I can remember goes something like this.

I awoke in the morning and had slight sleep paralysis. I laid there with no desire to move as I could feel an invisible creature crawling on me. I can remember that from what I could feel i thought it was like a child but much lighter.

So I stood up and could still feel it so I reached where I figured it's body was a grabbed it. Then it started becoming visible so I tried to hold it out in front of me. It's lower half of the body was still invisible and fore arms and hands but I could feel it trying to push off of me to get away. It's hands were pushing off from the base of my fire arms and feet pushing off from my thighs.
It had fairly large eyes and a really big mouth.

I drew this in a few seconds to show what I mean.



I wasn't scared of it for some reason and oddly from what I can remember it just vanished and I got thoughts to ignore and forget about it then went about my day.

Has anyone else experienced the invisible creatures while paralyzed?


I'll try to draw a better picture. The eyes weren't all black I just scribbled them that way in my 60 second drawing.



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 09:52 PM
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I don't know what most ATSers are gonna think.

I want the next picture you draw of that beastie to be the one where you're body slamming that sucker against your headboard ... repeatedly. LOL



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 09:54 PM
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Could you have been sleep walking-waking ? So deep in your sleep or dream that you act actions out and then wake up while dream vanishes ? I know I've done things that like.....but on another note, I do believe in ghosts etc. so,I'm not disputing your encounter, just asking how awake you were ?



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 09:56 PM
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originally posted by: Snarl
I don't know what most ATSers are gonna think.

I want the next picture you draw of that beastie to be the one where you're body slamming that sucker against your headboard ... repeatedly. LOL

LOL !!!!



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:05 PM
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a reply to: Meldionne1

Part of why I can't figure it out is that many times I would awake in a slightly different environment which made me think I was dreaming but then everything would phase into being normal while still looking around wondering. As if having a very vivid dream that is synced perfectly with real life then the two blend together.
At one point I thought I was phasing between near identical parallel realities because of that Mandela effect stuff. Like New Zealand seems in the wrong place and while in Central America there were different constellations in the night sky one night. I clearly remember staring at a massive perfect heart constellation for a while.



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:11 PM
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a reply to: Snarl

I'd pay good money to see that.



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:26 PM
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I woulda used that little bastard as a nunchuk and test it out on the bed post a few times.

But seriously it could be some sort of hypnogognic (sp) hallucination.

I was watching a joe rogan podcast where he was interviewing les stroud from survivorman. He asked him whats the weirdest thing youve experienced while out in the wild.

He said he woke up one night with something invisable sitting on top of him.
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posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:27 PM
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a reply to: Staygaf

Holy crap. I was planning on going to bed in a half hour, but now I'm not sure. Geez.

Perhaps you should look into one of those SLS cameras for ghost hunting. It's able to detect unseen energies on and around people.

I hope you figure out what's happening and please keep us updated. Good luck.





posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:30 PM
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Also what happened to it did it get free and scurry off or did it simple disapparate and vanish?



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:40 PM
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a reply to: Staygaf
I only hallucinate spiders upon waking.

Is this the first experience with a creature that looks like that?

Do you ever see other odd things when you're between awake and asleep?



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:43 PM
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a reply to: Staygaf

Your sketch bears a resemblance to the typical "greys" that people report, also, often during so-called sleep paralysis. Interesting. Those that claim it's just some debris of the mind cannot explain why all would see the same sort of creature.

No fear, though, is unusual. Most that report this are afraid.



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 10:59 PM
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a reply to: paperdoll

Me too. Whats up with that. I looked it up and a lot of people see spiders when they wake up. But, I havent found any psychological explanation for it anywhere on the web.



posted on May, 16 2016 @ 11:00 PM
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it didn't get free from my grasp it just slowly vanished. Another thing is that it had pretty much no weight and it was grey.

Here's a bit closer to what I remember.


And it was small. About the size of a 2-3 year old but thin.

My whole family has talked about experiencing ghostly type stuff during my life but I didn't start experiencing much until about 23. Weird stuff like sleep paralysis and shadow people on and off for a year or 2 then nothing again until my 30's when a lot of really weird stuff happened for a few years. Now something interesting happens about once every 6 months if that.

I sleep with my iPod camera now so maybe if anything happens again I can try to film it.
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I tried looking on google for what it looked similar too and it was kind of like these but grey, skinny and boney looking and I'm pretty sure it had nostrils.

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posted on May, 16 2016 @ 11:19 PM
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The creature didn't travel with a rat, did it?


Lol..jk

Pretty creepy drarings
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posted on May, 17 2016 @ 03:59 AM
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a reply to: Staygaf

Hey OP, I'd be glad to share some of my similar, horrifying experiences with you! My apologies, it will be a somewhat lengthy post, but I assure you I have extensive experiences with this phenomenon and even some insight to what has made it stop for me.

I have diagnosed severe narcolepsy without cataplexy, but even before I was diagnosed (and before the onset of my narcolepsy, I'm pretty sure) I had horrifying "hallucinations" after suddenly "feeling a presence" and waking/opening my eyes. If you're genetically prone to these hallucinations, they are a symptom, often, of sleep deprivation. Narcolepsy causes sleep deprivation, and thus with narcolepsy I started experiencing them more often.

Weird thing about my experiences is that I'm never paralyzed, at all. The first I remember was seeing a shadow of a boy on my door when I was only 5 or 6. The door was open and the hallway light was on, I could hear my mom doing housework nearby, and I remember looking over and seeing my brother asleep in the other bed. Then, looking back, the shadow was gone. Kid's imagination, right?

Years later, I'd regularly "dream act," or act out my dreams. It's different than sleep walking. Sometimes I'd go downstairs and turn the TV on then sleep on the couch. Once I barricaded myself in my room by knocking my dresser over and blocking the door. Often my parents would come in and I'd be "defending myself from attackers" and beating my fists into my pillow or the clothes in my closet. It even got so bad that my freshman year of college, I dreamt being chased and sprinted down my entire dorm floor hallway at 5 am... All while asleep until I suddenly recognized a floor mate's name tag on his door (Ankit). My sophomore year, I had a single room apartment and lived alone-- I had auditory hallucinations of a phone call with a girlfriend where she told me her friends would be coming over with her, so I paced around my apartment in the dark "on the phone with her" and preparing the clean up my apartment so that it was presentable. Then I realized what was going on, standing in my dark kitchen, and returned to bed.

As far as the frightening hallucinations go, I was sleeping in my basement after a night out with my friends. I was on one couch, my buddy was on the other. I opened my eyes to an old lady holding a baby, rocking back and forth in the empty lazy boy chair, who turned her head at me and put a finger to her mouth to shush me. For obvious reasons, I freaked out and tried to wake my friend while keeping my distance from the lady. He was always a heavy sleeper and snorer, so he didn't wake. I shifted my eyes back and forth from him to the lady, then suddenly she--to the best I can explain it--disintegrated, disappearing as if she was made of puzzle pieces being randomly removed. That same night, my eyes opened to a shadow figure sitting at my feet, on the end of the couch. For some reason, I thought it was my current girlfriend (at the time, now an ex). She stood up and twirled like a ballerina away from me into the other room where a window was, her dark shape sticking out in the light as the distance shrank her. Then she came back toward me but remained the same size (so technically, I guess, shrank as she came back) and then disappeared. I remember asking her to come back as she twirled away.
That wasn't the first time a shadow figure hallucination brought out strong attraction in me. Another one had been a girl I didn't know, but who I felt strongly in love with during the hallucination. It was as if I knew her. She was on the floor at the side of my bed. I peeked over and wanted her to come cuddle, and she retreated to the closet. I turned the light on and she was gone. I felt temporary despair over it because I had intense emotion for this entity that, by morning, I had forgotten about almost. Weird, right?

Other hallucinations have been more frightening and demonic (that old lady one ranks in the top 3 scary though). Junior year of college (a little over 2 years ago), my girlfriend at the time was sleeping next to me, and I hallucinated her sitting up and throwing a Molotov cocktail at my door, which then erupted in flames. The hallucination included some sensations of heat and the illumination you'd expect to see as a flames rose. Then it was gone, I looked over and my girlfriend was sound asleep.

Then there's the two scariest... These were both the most recent and last that I had. They occurred the summer before my senior year of college, so, in July, it'll be 2 years. I don't know which is worse. I felt a presence, opened my eyes, and saw a tall, demonic figure with a discernible wide, twisted grin towering in the corner of my room, growing and shrinking as he heaved breaths. By that time, I was quite used to freaky hallucinations--so while I was freaked out and disturbed, I simply turned my lights on (which made it disappear), assured myself out loud that I wasn't scared (I'm not scared, I'm not scared, I'm not scared), turned the light off and went back to sleep. Some time later, I felt a presence, opened my eyes, and heard "YOU'RE NOT SCARED OF ME?" in a thunderous voice, a huge bang like thunder, and the whole room lit up in a bizarre flash of light (as if I had turned my lamp back on) before returning to darkness. I'm not entirely ashamed to admit that, at 21 years old, I rushed into my parents' room and over back and forth freaking the absolute F out. My parents woke and tried to console me before I went to bed.
Lastly and equally as terrifying... My last "hallucination" ( two years ago in July, also at age 21). I once again felt a presence and opened my eyes to see a glowing pale woman at the opposite corner of my king sized bed staring right into my petrified soul and beginning to crawl toward me. I sat up and pushed myself back, freaking the absolute F out once again and kicking my feet toward her. Crawling toward my bed, she suddenly retreated back and hid herself behind the chair in the corner of my room, peeking her head out toward me. My parents heard the commotion and opened the door to my room. The hideous woman disappeared. Wide eyed, I explained what I had saw, turning my light on and going to the bathroom. When I returned to my room, I reached my arms out and caught myself before passing through the door--my lights still on--and wouldn't enter. I was very, very disturbed, despite the fact that I "knew what was going on, that it was just another hallucination." I finally entered, grabbed the small statue of Michael slaying Lucifer (a scene which I now have tattooed on my arm, part of a half sleeve), and placed it on my bedside table before turning my light off and trying to return to sleep.

So how did I make it all stop? Well, take this however you want it, but finding Jesus was actually the end of these horrifying hallucinations for me. I was raised Catholic but I didn't truly find Christ until around this point in my life. I also had a very tough upbringing, endured a lot of abuse, and suffered from PTSD with severe depression and anxiety. Jesus was the true beginning of the healing process for me. I've certainly found that the darker, more depressed periods of my life also had more of these frightening hallucinations... But I attribute the end of these demonic hallucinations to Christ because I haven't been 100% perfectly happy and free from depression since then
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posted on May, 17 2016 @ 04:13 AM
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Final part:
Yet the hallucinations haven't returned, despite the somewhat rollercoaster my mental health has had since then. Overall, I am way better, so perhaps you might think it IS the end of the depression that also ended the hallucinations. Take it how you will, I'm just letting you know what worked for me.
Sorry for the huge post, I hope you benefitted from my experiences with this phenomenon!!



posted on May, 17 2016 @ 04:34 AM
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Looks like a Draco (lizardman).

Next time, grab it by its throat and keep smashing its skull against the wall. Usually if you think strongly enough it will work.

As people start to switch to higher frequencies, events like this will become more common. Just wait for the ethereal spiders and cloaked 30ft tall giants to become visible to the naked human eye.



posted on May, 17 2016 @ 08:52 AM
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originally posted by: Staygaf
it didn't get free from my grasp it just slowly vanished. Another thing is that it had pretty much no weight and it was grey.

Here's a bit closer to what I remember.


And it was small. About the size of a 2-3 year old but thin.

My whole family has talked about experiencing ghostly type stuff during my life but I didn't start experiencing much until about 23. Weird stuff like sleep paralysis and shadow people on and off for a year or 2 then nothing again until my 30's when a lot of really weird stuff happened for a few years. Now something interesting happens about once every 6 months if that.

I sleep with my iPod camera now so maybe if anything happens again I can try to film it.


I tried looking on google for what it looked similar too and it was kind of like these but grey, skinny and boney looking and I'm pretty sure it had nostrils.

Wow, very similar to an experience I posted about a while ago. I'll try and find it and paste here if I may.

Did it's skin feel wet at all?
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posted on May, 17 2016 @ 08:59 AM
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There were times when I managed to move my arm while in SP, but when I snapped out of it my arm hadn't moved at all. I always thought I just imagined moving it but the last episode I had makes me think...

This was a couple of years ago. Slipped into SP one night and tried getting into a lucid dream state like I normally would. Felt the shadow being presence but I didn't have the fear, almost like being half way into that lucid state gave me control of the situation.
Then I saw it. Crouched down by the side of my bed. I don't know for sure but I had the feeling this pathetic little thing was what had been harassing me all these years.
It looked like Gollum, Smeegle from Lord of the Rings, only a bit more alien looking, wet, frail, with a "uh oh" look on it's face. I went for it. Sluggishly willed my body to attack it which I managed to do. Gravity felt x10 and it didn't try to get away as I slowly rolled off the bed and dragged myself towards it, just kind of took it with this emotionless shock while grabbed at it and pushed it into the floor.

Then I suddenly woke up in bed. Not had SP since...




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