posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 07:15 AM
Aleon, that was a riotous story about your sleep paralysis!!! I almost cried laughing. I love telling people rediculous dreams. They make everyone
laugh so hard, and laughter rocks.
To the OP, I've never had sleep paralysis that I'm aware of. I HAVE had night encounters where I'd wake up and see two beings standing at the foot
oof my bed. This has happened a few different times. Not for a while, but I know 100 percent that I was awake, except the strangest thing is I
remember I stared at these beings for like 5 minutes (they were not greys... well at least not classic greys. They looked vaguely similar, but had
green leathery skin, some weird armour looking vests, and big golden eyes) and then just went "Ehh" and went back to sleep! I mean... what a strange
response! I get chills thinking back upon it, but at the time, it was totally cool.
Those were friendlies, I think. I've had a similar bedside encounter that wasn't so great. There's these other beings, dunno if they are alien at
all, but they are these gross pink naked things, like a pigskinned demon imp or something, with ovoid or kinda rounded off diamond shaped heads, eyes
that bulge out a little to the side, and gnarly mouths with sharpish teeth. I remember I woke up with them grabbing at me, like four of them
surrounding me, and I got up and tried to run, but blacked out right as I got out my door. I woke up in the morning sure I was dead... but I wasn't
dead. I started sleeping with a baseball bat near my bed for a couple of months after that. I only remember one encounter with those creatures, thank
God. The green guys, I've seen like two or three times.
This was a few years ago, before I really even thought much about these subjects. So... the aliens found me first. Took me a few years to catch up.
But sleep paralysis, I was never not able to move during these encounters. The one with the green aliens seemed like maybe we were communicating, and
I just don't remember exactly what was communicated. I remember scratching my head, though... so I know I could move.