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posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 06:19 PM
...or side effect of sleep paralysis?

So the other night I was laying asleep next to my fiancee. I opened my eyes and noticed I was paralyzed. This isn't anything new to me whatsoever. This has happened many, many times throughout my life. But yet, I panic. Feeling completely vulnerable isn't the best of things.

So then, I close my eyes. The first thing that appears in my mind is the face of a grey alien. I freak out even more and open my eyes back to notice 2 greys standing behind my fiancee. One was a rather short grey, and the other was pretty tall. Both were just watching us sleep. I freak out even more and start trying to mumble things out to my fiancee. She opens her eyes and like smiles and goes back to sleep.

I eventually start moving my fingers until I break free from this state of paralysis and the beings are gone.


Now, when morning comes, I ask my fiancee if she remembered me mumbling things last night. She was like, "Yeah. I thought you were just dreaming, though. Didn't think much of it."


posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 06:30 PM
I think you should come clean with your fiance and tell her you had an affair with two greys.

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posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 06:42 PM
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Well, if I were able to move, then perhaps I would've initiated in some alien love. But unfortunately, I was paralyzed. Better luck next time, I hope.

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posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 06:45 PM
I remember some of my so-called sleep paralysis episodes and have yet to recall being able to speak until I could move.

So, you were most likely talking in your sleep.

I usually have these before I wake up in the morning. I'm glad my ex-wife isn't next to me anymore just snoozing away.Those were in the morning daylight though. I finally have the bed to myself and the occassional night visions.

The last one I had was of some really cute italian girl wearing a red shirt with a digital clock on her left breast and her pointing to the time on it. I tried to grab her arm and it turned into a stalk of celery. I woke up staring at the alarm clock. I guess I was sleeping with my eyes open.

I think sleep paralysis is actually some type of seizure. The idea of not beling able to move, especially, if you're all alone is scary. You could lay there for hours or days before someone finally checks on you.

I'm pretty sure waking during a surgery is far worse though and if they're aliens, who you gonna to sue?

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 06:56 PM
I think the thing worth pointing out is the significance of there being 2 grays. One tall, the other short. In Observe50's thread, she mentions the tall ones being elders.

Until I read her thread, I didn't even know of the "companionship" of these 2. So I'm personally interested. And I don't think everyone should be so quick to dismiss this as a simple dream, or nothing.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:01 PM
Sleep paralysis is to keep you from sleep walking, so they say. Personally I do believe in Grey abductions and believe they use paralysis when they are abducting you. Grey's suck! My opinion!

Just went to other thread.
I am sorry now, if you feel you are a Grey, my encounters with them are not pleasnt.

Could be just like with humans there are more than one kind. Nice and not so nice?

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posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:01 PM
reply to post by aleon1018

I wasn't exactly able to "speak." I was trying to mumble out stuff. Unfortunately, I couldn't.

It was definitely sleep paralysis. In which, you're fully conscious of everything around you. You're just still paralyzed from the effects of REM sleep.

This is the reason I knew my fiancee was awakened by my mumbling. Hence the reason I asked her later if she heard me.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:07 PM
Here is the link to Observe50's thread:

Another Grey Encounter

Since I mentioned it, I thought I should post the link. It's only fair.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:10 PM
reply to post by EagleTalonZ

Yeah, the part about tall and short grey aliens thing is the only reason I posted my story. Otherwise I would've just dismissed it as some scary hallucinations that can happen during sleep paralysis.

It kind of worried me.

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:25 PM
I have sleep paralysis at least once or twice a year. Its pretty rough and the worst thing from not being able to move is to scream. Ive never had an episode with greys so cant comment on that. What I know is that it happens during REM sleep so that your dreaming and cant move , Ive had one where I couldnt move and it was a dream within a dream scary stuff

posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 07:31 PM
The cool thing about sleep paralysis is that it is also the path into Out of Body Experiences and Remote Viewing. Very exciting. KEEP ME INFORMED PROJEKT!

posted on Apr, 16 2008 @ 06:20 AM
I'm not sure how well this would work, its just an idea more than anything.

[sleep] paralysis must be mentally linked. Therefore, would it be possible to have a hypnotic command entered in your mind? One that when you mentally think the word, perhaps "Satsuma", that once the word is used would allow you control again and be fully awake?

Like I said this is just a random idea

posted on Apr, 16 2008 @ 12:11 PM
Sleep paralysis, sleep paralysis..sleep. Paralysis.

I can't tell with certainty what could sleep paralysis be, but I can presume it might have something to do with our triggered mental awarness while the physical body is still inactive ie. in the state of rest.

I had a simmilar experience I will never forget. It was morning and I opened my eyes, I couldn't move and all I could see was the sealing above me.

Now, here comes the totally weird part: I could hear loud and clear Metallica's Master of Puppets song. It was beautiful! I could hear the song and I was aware of it. I was also aware that no radio has been turned on so..I was thinking "Wtf?!".

It was a beautiful, yet scary sensation and I decided to somehow shake my head in hope I'll snap out of it. It worked and the music stopped.

I must admit, those days I was into music like crazy, and had a band, used to play every freaking it could be possible that the song has just made an imprint in my mind and my brain just decided to flush it out of the system and ..that was it!

posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 07:05 AM
Actually, I was listening to Coast To Coast one night, and George had a guest on there who was talking about Out of Body Experiences. The guy said the way to do these is to use the words, "Door now." or "window now" and you would be able to disconnect and explore.

I have been interested in remote viewing for awhile, and it sounds like they use basically the same method. I want to research all of these methods further.

The only thing I am certain of... it scares the crap out of me when I can't move or talk. lol I want to try to get past it, but it always feels like something evil is lurking around the corner. IN FACT... ha ha One time I was in this state, and in front of me was this evil witch stirring a pot and this green smoke was lifting up. She was speaking some strange gibberish and looking at me very very evil like. I was trying to move but couldn't. And the odd thing was, the next day, I was SUPER sick. Odd...

But I'm curious about Projekt's experience. I think he will be abducted soon...

posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 04:22 PM
Wow you guys are really freaking me out. Its like all of you guys are being visited by aliens. Im paranoid because of this website.

posted on Apr, 17 2008 @ 05:28 PM
reply to post by SixthDream

I wouldn't be paranoid...

However, I go through this "sleep paralysis" state at least 2-3 times a week. Never once have I had a hallucination during it. Needless to say, it freaked me out a little bit.

And like, having my fiancee sleeping right next to me and these beings standing behind her... and then watching her lift her head up and smile... That's what really bothered me and make me question whether it was a hallucination. 'Cause like I said, I did question my fiancee, Dani, about it later in the day and she remembered looking at me and smiling while I was "attempting" to mumble out stuff.
Ah well.

posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 06:35 AM

Originally posted by SixthDream
Wow you guys are really freaking me out. Its like all of you guys are being visited by aliens. Im paranoid because of this website.

Maybe everyone has been abducted at one point or another. Just the memory blocks work better on some than others!
Seriously though, dont feel paranoid, otherise they'll know that youre onto them

posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 07:03 AM
"Or they'll know you're onto them" That's awesome!! Something tells me they wouldn't care. They'd be like.. "This one's staring again. Should I use the larger probe yet?"
ha ha.

Kidding aside... the vibrations that you hear during those moments are what scare me the most. It's like having a sound amplifier on your ears, and turned up all the way. At least for me, it is the biggest source of my panic. Well.. that sense of something evil lurking behind the corner doesn't help

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.

posted on Apr, 18 2008 @ 07:48 AM
Sleep paralysis hm? i doubt it - but if it's true that means i've been having sleep paralysis 2-3 times a week for the last 2 years....

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