posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 08:29 PM
reply to post by Diplomat
While I cannot debunk anyone's own experience, I think there are pretty reasonable explanations for the abduction phenomenon. Most abductions have
the following in common:
-You wake up
-You can't move
-You're "lifted" out of bed
-You're in another room (laying down)
-They do stuff to you
-You still can't move
-You wake up in bed
My experience with sleep paralysis (they called it night terrors) was almost exactly this. The experience is very real, more real than most dreams,
which is why people might believe so strongly.
I'm not saying that said aliens might not test on us, but why would they let us remember anything? For that matter, why would they want us paralyzed
for every test? It occurs to me that they may want to see how we react to certain things on an instinctual level and not just a biological one.
I have heard many accounts that do not follow this explanation however, one being this...
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My point is, most of abductions must be sleep paralysis. And its influenced alot by your thoughts. Many people who are afraid of their house being
broken into have sleep paralysis involving people coming into their rooms and holding them down, while people who study ufos.. yada yada yada.
The human mind is extremely impressionable and powerful, two aspects that sometimes combat each other. That is why we must keep an open mind. What is
real to us today might be fake to us tomorrow, and vis versa.