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Recurring Nightmare or was it More?

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posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 07:29 PM
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When I was between the ages of 12 and 15, I had the same experience approx. 40 times. I would wake from sleep and my bedroom would fill with light. The door would open and bright light even filled the hallway. Someone would scream and try to run into my room. Suddenly (this is hard to describe, but I'll try) time slowed down until it stopped, then slowed even more. It was as if reality itself had changed. Suddenly darkness. Vast expanses of void. I sensed other children, but as "reality" was so changed, I had no way of remembering details (you can't recall what you can't put words to). Next thing I can recall is waking up in bed sitting up. Not waking, then sitting, but waking up already in a seated postion. I was covered with sweat and scared beyond all belief. This same series of events occured dozens of times over a 3 year span on time. The experiences still haunt me when I hear a record slowed down, that feeling of falling out of time. I was wondering if anyone has had, or has heard of, similar experiences. I don't like calling these "nightmares" as they felt more like OOBEs. Thanks for any help you can offer.


edit: One more thing to add. I know this statement won't be entirely accurate, but in the "void", my sense of other children is in my memory as massive, thin rings of light with children in there beds sitting on each ring. I know that isn't how it was, but it is the closest way to explain it. The whole thing was just so "not of this dimension" that language can't describe it.

[edit on 28-1-2006 by Missletow]




posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 07:33 PM
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I would be concerned that i was abducted.
Changed perception of time space and reality.
40 times... they really got into you.



posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 07:44 PM
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Yes - it seems to me that they were OOBE's imo. Self hypnosis/meditation would definately help you to get to the bottom of these "dreams" experiences though. There are definately some aspects of it that fit the classic abduction scenario...



posted on Jan, 28 2006 @ 07:46 PM
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A friend of mine made the same suggestion. The thing that gets to me is how I can't remember it clearly. If it was a series of abductions, it leads to an interesting theory about the memory loss associated with such events. Could it be that we can't remember abductions because of the lack of symbols we can attach to the events? Who needs to erase a memory, when we have no frame of reference in which to build a memory in the first place? If you are right, I kind of hope it happens one more time, so I can try to get some meaning from it. I can't stand having a big wall in my mind keeping me from gaining knowledge from what may have been the most profound experience in my life.



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