Weird visions..some help to explain!

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posted on Sep, 23 2007 @ 05:53 PM
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Ok, this is quite hard to try and explain but i will give a go! i recently went to Germany with a friend. It had been a bit of a long day but nothing i couldnt handle. i was fully awake when this happened and hadn't had any alcohol or drugs!

We sat and chatted for a bit and all of a sudden these strange images appeared but wouldn't go away. These images "visions" or whatever you take them as were really scary but interesting at the same time. I would have faces appearing or images of locations, objects even aliens! They seemed so real and would fade into view and slowly fade away again. all the images where in extremely bright colours similiar to motion blur (if you have taken a picture of a bright light and its blurred across the picture) and no matter where i looked they would appear there.

A couple that stuck out where an alien face appearing but as if it was another person coming straight up to me. Another was a man walking down a street and looking back. I decided to close my eyes and see what it was like then, this is where it got more weird.
In my head was a piece of parchment and a pen started writing on it, I decided to not think about what the pen was writing. It started writing WHO and then when it began the next word the ink spread right across the parchment untill it was black then this evil looking face caming shooting out of the darkness which gave me an overwhelming feeling of fear!

But one that i found really interesting was complete darkness then a really bright white dove flew across my view and stoppped in the middle of my view and just stayed there flapping whilst looking at me!

Bearing in mind these images appeared spontaneously and were much more vivid than usual imagination, the best way i can explain it is as if I was getting visions into another world or the past/present events. I know this is a lot to take in but if someone could possibly give me any explaination it would be very much appreciated.

Thanks...





posted on Sep, 23 2007 @ 05:59 PM
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It would probably be safest if you interpreted your visions in the context of your own experiences -- because you saw them. Anyone else who interprets such for you would do so from their own viewpoint -- and that viewpoint can differ greatly from yours.

Only you know the factors that preceded and influenced the vision, so you would be in the best position to decide whether or not you were suffering from fatigue or experiencing a hallucination.
I wish you the presence of mind you require. Cheers.



posted on Sep, 23 2007 @ 06:04 PM
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Thankyou for you imput i completely understand what your saying, only I can interpret what i have seen.

But just want to know if anyone has had similiar experiences and whats their opinion on the matter.

Thanks again though





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