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originally posted by: BigEyes
I've had two memories but this latest I am sure really did happen, but I would like to know if any other abductee or et-experiencer have experienced this too.
Fully nude showers either when you get there or when you are about to get back home. ?
I became aware while I was standing taking a shower, it was a one person shower with a door, very small area. I remember feeling the water on me.
This is not like lucid dreaming since in lucid dreams you become aware you are dreaming. I became aware, semi-conscious, I was disoriented, didn't know where I was, didn't understand why I was taking a shower. I looked down at myself and noticed I was naked, which made me selfconscious, I opened the door and stepped out, saw a "man" 2-4 meters in front of me, I covered my breasts with one arm and the other hand to cover my privates.
I walk towards this man. He looks odd. He is just standing there, he has a white "labcoat" on. He stands sort of to the side so his right arm is facing me. I notice his eyes are big and oval, like really oval and big but not too big, and a small tiny nose. I remember several years ago seeing a little boy with the same facial feauteres. - my guess is hybrid.
Anyways, as I stood there nude and confused, he had this neutral but serious look on his face.
When I am in these semi states I always want to touch things so I can remember what it felt like. So I removed the hand I was covering my privates and with my thumb and index finger pinched his coat hand dragged my fingers down. Thinking, wow. I looked at him and he sort of looked down and up on me, with the same facial expression and then made eye contact with me. I became selfconsious again and took my hand to cover my privates again.
That part is all I remember.
So, does anyone (abductees) experienced showers while they have been taken?
It also points to a strange moment for us humans, for how our understanding of our place in the universe has changed over the last 50 years. “We’ve become more materialistic, scientific, secular, and yet we are exactly the same human beings . . . with the same physiological and psychological makeup. Our brains are hard-wired to believe in something other than ourselves,” said Clarke. “People will carry on believing it because I think it’s just a natural part of what we are.”
On that point, some skeptics and some believers agree. There’s a long history of anomalous experiences attributed to angels, fairies, gods, and monsters — nonhuman contact experiences made to fit a cultural context. Those experiences point to something common in human consciousness. “We have had experiences throughout history that demonstrate that we are connected to something greater than ourselves,” Guiley said.