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posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 11:39 AM
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Alright, here goes. This is the first time i'm talking about this in a public forum. My wife and friends still rib me a little because I don't hide the way I feel about abductions and UFO sightings.

I am 28 now, and as far as I can remember, this all started when I was around 6-8 years old. I can trace it back to when I looked out the window late one night and saw a hand on my window. I knew then and I know now that it was not a human hand. The main thing I remember was the the fingers were incredibly long, and for some reason, even to this day, the thought of that hand sends chills down my spine. Beginning that night, and spanning the course of around 10 years, strange things happened to my emotions. I deathly afraid of walking alone in the dark. I wasn't afraid of being in my room in the dark, just walking through it. I was terribly afraid of being near windows at night. I would wake up at night completely turned around in my bed, with my head hanging off of the foot of the bed. I would also wake up completely paralyzed and not able to speak, move, or even utter a sound at all. And now the real kicker. The first time I saw a picture of a "Grey" I was freaked out. Completely. I couldn't even look at a pic of a Grey until I was around 14 years old. I remember shows like Unsolved Mysteries doing stories about sightings and abductions, and seeing part of the story and being terrified.

All of this stuck with me until I was about 16 or so. I got over all of my fears of windows, greys, the dark. Everything. I was still having the sleep paralysis and waking up in wierd posistions in bed, though. Since then, I've read just about every book the local libraries have on the subject. My old lady doesn't think it's too good and she wishes I would read about other subject matter (I'm just not into Harry Potter as much as she is!), but I guess it's just my way of coping.

My question is this: Has anyone out there experienced abductions in sort of a time frame? You know, just for a few years, and then stopping?

Thanks for listening, and I really enjoy the site.




posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 12:06 PM
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Yes, in my own experience it can stop for a period of years, and then return. Most often more intense then before, and more "in your face".



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 01:50 PM
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Mine started roughly around the same age and oddly enough the first time I saw anything was while standing at the large picture window in out living room when i was little.

I don't worry anymore really about being abducted. No more oddities have occured.

Oddly though at the same time the weirdness when I slept finally stopped, the weirdness while awake started - I see auras of injury/pain/anguish around people it can get pretty gross. I'm told it's a kind of Empath type thing. Been about ten years since one stopped and the other started.

I'm not saying they give any kind of trade off - it's not they give you a toaster when you get abducted and there aren't any "perks" I can think of.

I liked it better when people were just people and not walking neon signs of anguish. Frankly it's a curse as far as I care to view it.

Hopefully you can find some information here that'll help you make sense of it to your own satisfaction.

Best of luck!



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 01:51 PM
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double post sorry

[edit on 21-4-2006 by justgeneric]



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 04:10 PM
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I think you should trust your instincts. Sometimes they are irrational, but they often make sense in the end. Just keep an eye on yourself to watch where you are going, is all.

I can't give you advice on encounters, but I can give you some advice on how your fear can affect your health. It is very important that you learn to identify anxiety in your every day life, as it can creep into how you live without you even being aware of it. This can cause terrible health problems down the road. Most importantly, you might benefit from a meditation or relaxation program. I use one, and it helps me.

In any case, as you have probably read, sleep paralysis and flipping around in bed are quite common. But as for your seeing a hand on your window, I can only imagine how that could affect a child trying to sleep. THanks for relating your story.

Can you describe the hand? As you are doing so, I want you to concentrate on relaxing your muscles in your body. Don't let the memory immediately lead to a reflexive reaction. Staying relaxed while descirbing it may be very difficult.

[edit on 21-4-2006 by Ectoterrestrial]



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 04:21 PM
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You should try Hypnosis to find out more info- then after you do that post you'r finding's or send it to me--------Peace!



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 06:55 PM
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Ecto - the only way to really describe the hand was that it was a long hand, with very long, skinny fingers. I remember it sort of tapping what would be it's index finger (the hand would have been the right hand of whatever it was that had it's hand on my window). It was a humid night, and I believe it had rained earlier that evening, so the hand appeared to be "sticking" to the glass. Other than those, I can't really say much about it other than it still gives me chills and makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up when I think about it.

I have read that sleep paralysis is a pretty common event, so that part was sort of dismissed by me.

As far as hypnosis goes. I would like that one day, just to possibly see what happened that night. I'm really not in a financial position to get hypnosis right now (three kids will do that to a guy sometimes).

I am worried about my children. I know with some abduction cases, it carries over to offspring. My son (who is six), is deathly afraid of pictures of "greys" just like I was. He was absolutely catatonic when he saw me playing "Area 51" on the computer one night.

[edit on 21-4-2006 by Pezcore]



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 09:29 PM
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My experiences started around the same age as well, although all of my abductions are very subtle. I too was afraid to walk around my room in the dark, DEATHLY AFRAID. It would always feel like someone was watching me. my experiences also happen about every 1-3 years. I usually have one very big oddity that happens to me once a year (probably some sort of alien check up) and then once every few years I have a really big reminder that I'm being abducted. It's not so frightening to me now. However i havent had anything happen to me in a year so I'm kinda gettin the feeling its going to happen soon, i'll have my camera ready though >=) Thanks for sharin your story, it sorta helps to know i'm not the only one experiencing the same things



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 09:43 PM
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Thanks for sharing. I myself still feel like I'm being watched all of the time...especially when I'm alone. And you are right: every year or two, I have a really strange dream, or a really odd feeling when I wake up in the morning. Also, usually once a month, while driving, I just blank out. Meaning I completely forget where I am, and where I'm going for a few moments. It all comes back to me, but it's just an odd feeling.



posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 09:50 PM
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Do not worry, you are not alone, because the same thing has been happening to me for a long time.



posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 08:23 AM
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Pezcore

Most humans who have alien contact are unaware of it on a physical level. If you are aware of them, I suggest you talk with them. This is the truest, most direct way to learn who you are dealing with and get the answers to your personal questions.

Yeah, they are scary, especially with the way they look, and the way things happen with their technologies and natural abilities. There is no getting around those- you just learn to deal with it or you don't. It helps once you get to know them for the people they are. First ask for their names. You can also offer them suggestions for how you think it may be easier on you for them to approach, and if they can, they will, but it will still not be in the way you would consider normal for human life on Earth.

If you are sure you don't want contact, just tell them that, but be aware of duality in yourself. Part of you may be trying to work it out and learn more while another part might just be scared out of your wits imagining everything you've ever heard about them. We are more than just what we see physically. We are spiritual beings as well as physical beings, the same as the alien people are. Physically, our instincts rule our adrenalin, so humans often have alien encounters by spirit only.

It is normal to alien contact both for encounters to happen in timeframes, and for our awareness of our encounters to happen in timeframes. However, alien contact is a lifelong opportunity (or curse depending on how you look at it) because it is a natural connection we are born with- it doesn't come and go and they don't choose us at random. Once you know you have it, you can know you always have and always will.

Whether you will participate with your alien contacts on a physical level is your decision physically. To make an informed decision, first see what it is you are accepting or refusing and what you are doing with them by spirit. Learn this for yourself, not from others.

When I was a child having spiritual experiences, some with alien life though I didn't know this yet, the things my parents said to me about it made me doubt myself and feel even more uncertain of the beings. This did not end my experiences but slowed down my awareness and made them harder for me.

When I was growing up, every show I saw on TV casting ghosts and demons scared me even more about myself. Once I faced the beings I encounter (together with my husband) and got to know them, I learned a great deal from them. So when our own children told us what they were experiencing spiritually, we already knew the beings and how to talk to our children matter-of-factly about them. Our children do not have more encounters because of this, but they are aware of more and understand more about them than most humans on Earth.

All the advanced races in our area know each other and work together. What we humans are going through with the subjects of our visiting races is the beginning of that for us.




[edit on 4/22/2006 by EarthSister]



posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 03:42 PM
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Hey nice subject.
Yes i have / had a abduction to alliens and that kinda stuff.. caus here is my story..
Im now 15 years old , when i was 7, i was playing in the park alone.. i was just playing with a soccer ball and lying in the grass looking to the clouds and stuff.. Something called my name .. So i looked around and i saw a big sort of head behind some trees.. then i just disapeerd.. so i walked into the trees to find out what it was.. and then i saw some sticky gluw on the trees where i saw that sort of allian head.. i was scared to death and i runned away to my home,
I told my dad later but he didnt believe me and he thought it just was my inmetion..
Now im not afraid of going to the park were are lots of trees were somebody can hide to crap me ..


Thats my thing that happened to me..

If you have any questions about this you can reply my post



posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 03:44 PM
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i got a wrong typed word .. :
So i looked around and i saw a big sort of head behind some trees.. then i just disapeerd..
has to be : So i looked around and i saw a big sort of head behind some trees.. then -->''it''



posted on Apr, 24 2006 @ 06:18 AM
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Originally posted by Pezcore
Alright, here goes. This is the first time i'm talking about this in a public forum. My wife and friends still rib me a little because I don't hide the way I feel about abductions and UFO sightings.

I am 28 now, and as far as I can remember, this all started when I was around 6-8 years old. I can trace it back to when I looked out the window late one night and saw a hand on my window. I knew then and I know now that it was not a human hand. The main thing I remember was the the fingers were incredibly long, and for some reason, even to this day, the thought of that hand sends chills down my spine. Beginning that night, and spanning the course of around 10 years, strange things happened to my emotions. I deathly afraid of walking alone in the dark. I wasn't afraid of being in my room in the dark, just walking through it. I was terribly afraid of being near windows at night. I would wake up at night completely turned around in my bed, with my head hanging off of the foot of the bed. I would also wake up completely paralyzed and not able to speak, move, or even utter a sound at all. And now the real kicker. The first time I saw a picture of a "Grey" I was freaked out. Completely. I couldn't even look at a pic of a Grey until I was around 14 years old. I remember shows like Unsolved Mysteries doing stories about sightings and abductions, and seeing part of the story and being terrified.

All of this stuck with me until I was about 16 or so. I got over all of my fears of windows, greys, the dark. Everything. I was still having the sleep paralysis and waking up in wierd posistions in bed, though. Since then, I've read just about every book the local libraries have on the subject. My old lady doesn't think it's too good and she wishes I would read about other subject matter (I'm just not into Harry Potter as much as she is!), but I guess it's just my way of coping.

My question is this: Has anyone out there experienced abductions in sort of a time frame? You know, just for a few years, and then stopping?

Thanks for listening, and I really enjoy the site.

dude i got that same thing. I flip the light on before i sleep every time.



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