posted on May, 26 2009 @ 06:04 PM
SP has been a topic of interest of mines for a while now. Everytime I have an episode, it's absolutely terrifying. Probably the worst fear I've ever
experienced. The first time I had it, I actually feared sleeping itself for the next month or so. Thats how bad it was.
The weirdest thing is that it happens in syncopation with the event of my dream. Like the events in my dream unfold in a purposeful, intelligent
manner which eventually lead up to sleep paralysis, if that makes sense. It's like the orgasm of a nightmare. When I'm in a dream, somewhere in it
I'll begin hearing a ringing noise that gets louder and louder in pitch. The ringing is comparable to the noise a steam whistle from a pressure
cooker makes when there's too much pressure. When it's at it's highest pitch, my head starts to vibrate, much the same as if you contracted your
neck muscles to a point where your head started trembling. While this is happening, two things can happen: 1) either I'll panic and feel completely
terrified, or 2) I'll spin away from my sleeping body. Sometimes both happen.
At times, the vibration is so strong I'll feel like I'm having a nocturnal seizure or something. It's very strange. The accepted, "scientific"
explanation makes sense to a point, but it still doesn't account for a lot of things. Why is that it that there's always a negative "presence"
felt by the experiencer? Whats the electric ringing and vibrating about? Why does it feel like we float away from our sleeping bodies? Why does it
seem to occur completely at random? I've yet to hear a "scientific" explanation that encompased all these elements.
For now, I'll continue believing that there's a metaphysical/spiritual meaning behind these experiences. I'm also recently leaning toward them
being abduction from beings in another, "etheric" plane of existence, aka the astral realm.
[edit on 26-5-2009 by cmazzagatti]