posted on Jun, 4 2006 @ 12:42 PM
It is sometimes a matter of the mind, and how your mind influences what you see.
I remember last wednesday, when I was about to go to bed at about 2:30 am (night time). I remembered that I had forgotten to do my basic yoga, but I
thought about doing it in the dark. My room is pitch black at night, until your eyes get used to it, then you can fairly see what is around you (there
is a window too, but with the curtains drawn). What I was afraid about, of doing yoga at night, was losing my balance because I have a problem doing
yoga with closed eyes, and it is about the same with a dark room with open eyes.
Anyway, I decided to try it. So I sat down on the floor and began to stretch. I remember thinking at some point; There is nothing to be afraid of, the
room is dark, so? I lost the thought and I became relaxed.
At some point, at a ½ seconds time, a huge flash comes from outside and fills the entire room with light. It wasn't like when a car drives by,
because the room was filled instantly, and then gone. With cars or other things, they usually follow a frame, because the walls block the lighting.
Anyway, I get a little spooked. I decided to stop and lie down. At the time I lie down, I can hear this loud noise, like from an engine outside. I
think I hear voices at some point, but can't make out anything. Then the sound goes very high, then low, then disappears after a time.
I lie on my bed with open eyes in a partially black room for a while. Then I start to hear something in the backyard (stones flown all across), like
when a person steps on stones and 10 small stones get pressed together. Then, I hear something in the entry hall, like a crackle. There passes about
15 seconds, then there is a screetch from the door to the living room (same room where the stairs to my room is in). At this point my heart pumps like
hell, and I remember thinking to myself: "They are here", and 'they' are refered to as aliens.
After that, I could next hear a crack in the stairs. Then a sort of drop of pressure on the carpet outside my room on the second floor. Next thing I
see out of the corner of my eye is like a grey kind of thing moving around the room in a dancing motion without making noise. I remember looking, and
I could still see it move in a smooth dance, at this point I say "f'ck this", turn on the lights and pull out my dagger which is on the night-stand
next to my bed. There was nothing, and all the sounds were gone so I went back to bed... Of course I lied down for a bit to hear if there were any
more sounds, but all was gone, so I fell asleep.
It just shows how much your mind can influence what you experience. It is not always ghosts. But I know that the light and the sounds were real