posted on Jun, 18 2008 @ 01:51 AM
So, I would be lying in bed in the dark and as I drifted closer and closer to sleep, in the "grey area" I would have these visions...
First I would see two figures, flashing back-n-forth between the two every couple of seconds I think? But definitely flashing between the two. The
images were black and white and took up my entire frame of vision. The first one looked very much like the Marshmallow Man of Ghost Busters fame -
also the Michelin Man and to a lesser degree the Pillsbury Dough Boy; you get the idea. Then that image would flash to this other of this EXTREMELY
emaciated bony figure with a pointed nose/mouth (kinda like a cartoon rat might be) and pointy ears. And so I would see these alternating, opposing
Then, somehow, the scene would shift.
(this was my favorite experience - I would get so frustrated sometimes trying to get it to happen...).
Now, I'm don't know for sure if my eyes were open or closed. It would generally happen when I was on my stomach (or side) my head (obviously)
looking to one side. I'd have the covers pulled up tight to my chin, usually with a few hand-fulls extra (enough to cover my head easily). So you
get the picture, my sensory input would be very focused on my sense of touch, up around my head.
Then kind of suddenly, my vision would sort of "super zoom" to a level I can only describe as what I'd imagine a molecular level would be like. My
experience of the present would just as suddenly grow VERY InTEnSe. The image was remained black and white, except now I saw either two or three,
white, with black shading, orbs - in super-ultra-mega zoom. I could see maybe 35degrees of the edge of each sphere. The sphere were close up against
one another.. Somehow i just knew that I was very small and close up, they weren't just huge. I never looked down to see if I had a body, but it
did sort of feel like an out of body experience. So I lay there, motionless, taking in this consuming experience. When I do finally attempt to move,
I discover that the slightest movement moves the spheres/pushes them around a little bit. Not anymCUTOFF
[edit on 6/18/2008 by verbal kint]