I understand this story might be hard to believe and I have not told a single person this until now. I came across this site and found it to be the
best place to tell it if ever but am ready for any scrutiny.
I would like to share an experience I had in the winter of 1996 when I was 16. My father & I took a ski trip to Mammoth and stayed close to the resort
in a loft. It was our second night there and I went to bed on the top loft and my dad slept on the bed at the bottom. I woke up in the middle of the
night covered in sweat and levitated about 3-4 feet off my bed. What I saw next you might not believe but it is the truth. I saw 4 big headed/eyed
aliens at each corner of my bed. I screamed, fell the 3-4 feet down to the bed and they were gone. I ran down to the bathroom and my dad was still
asleep. When I went into the bathroom I took off my clothes and noticed 4 perfectly alligned dots on the top of my shoulder & on my leg above my
knee(I can't remember if it was my left or right to be honest). These dots looked like if I had been pin pricked and the blood was still new/not yet
Four !! That's quite a lot. My guess is they were showing you that you can exist outside of your body, and that's why they had you levitated so high
up. And they stood at each corner to show you they have you fully guarded. Possibly this was to let you know you were safe no matter what happened.
Was there any danger that you were in at the time? It seems like the type of thing they'd do to ease someone's anxiety about death. At least that's
what it seems like to me?
The four dots would possibly be a sign, left to let you know the experience was real. And they could have been made by the beings touching your body
with implements. Some of them have to touch us with implements because their hands melt us or cause burns. We're like jelly to them so they hold us
with instruments which leave suction marks or a pattern of pin pricks.
Thanks for sharing your experience with the world. It is very vivid and moving
observe50 - Yes it did feel good to get it off my chest. I was very young then and did not think about buying a camera to take pictures. Perhaps if it
happened a few years later I would have. Nothing like this has happened again to me.
probedbygrays - There was no danger to my life at this time. Thank you for your extra insight on this, it is greatly appreciated and makes perfect
it may be comforting to know that a good friend of mine confided in me several years ago that he, too, had almost the exact same experience, also in
the early to mid 90's. Waking in bed in the middle of the night, sweating, surrounded by light and levitated off the bed about 5 or 6 inches. It's
always nice to hear a validating story. Thanks for sharing yours.
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