reply to post by Skyfloating
Funny you should mention dreams and forgoten experiences...
This is something I very rarely talk about, and have, as yet, been unable to decide what it was. I have only mentioned it once on ATS, to the ever
entertaining sleeper, but got a very, and understandably non descript, reply. Heck, even those in regular contact with aliens can't know
Ok, the story (and don't blink or you'll miss it); Everybody dreams. We have several each night. Calculate those by the amount of days you've been
alive, and your nightly sleeping adventures are in the thousands. That's thousands of different stories and happenings, some good (some great) and
So why do I remember, distinctly and with great clarity, a fraction
of one I had when I was about ten years old?
All it consisted of was me, floating in some kind of "bubble", curled up with my knees against my chest, directly outside my bedroom _
It was nighttime (surprisingly enough).
I can't remember feeling any emotion at the time, which is surprising considering I was, apparantley, fifteen feet off the ground.
I awoke later, and this is a very vague memory, unfazed by my nocturnal "excursion".
That "dream" has niggled me for the past thirty odd years. Why, I don't know, because I've had plenty other weird and wacky dreams since
(including one short, but powerful very real
So, what think you? OOBE? Abduction? Lucid?
(I should point out that I have been and asthmatic all my life, and some of the medication I was on in my early years did pretty odd things to me. I
used to feel myself slipping, and this'll sound odd, out of the top of my head. Perfectly awake. Aware of my surroundings. I used to call it "going
big and little". Wether the drugs added to some bizarre dreams I am unsure, but am willing to accept their part in this story. But that wouldn't
explain why this particular dream
won't go away.)
[edit on 6-12-2007 by Beamish]