posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 09:20 PM
reply to post by peacejet
Here is a quote from one of my previous threads "Finger in the sky" a few weeks back. Explains what I think of abduction trauma:
"Well, I can see that my experience/dream is not a highly common phenomenon. My thinking was that ATS would be the place to talk with people who have
an interest in these subjects and therefore would be the most likely place to find someone who has had the same experience. The thread has been viewed
by over 500 people and no one has yet shared my experience. Considering the targeted audience I think I can conclude that my experience is not common.
The whole story is probably not that interesting to anyone other than myself. When I was young I started have re-occurring dreams that started with a
long object that would come out of the sky. When the object was close I could not move or speak. I one night woke up in the basement and two "men"
were checking my entire body like they were looking for something. I was terrified of course, but I only remembered it like it was a bad dream. I was
a sleepwalker when I was a young and would wake up scared and confused in different parts of the house. The worst night I remember I woke up next to a
telephone pole outside my home crouched down with the feeling I had to hide from something. The "paralyzing ring" is a reference to the ringing
sound that I would hear just before the "finger" showed up out of the clouds. When I would hear this ringing I would know that the finger is near by
and I am about to be paralyzed.
There is probably a logical explanation for all of these events which does not involve UFOs and aliens. Someone once suggested I was molested as a
child and all of my memories are the result of repressed memories. I don't deny that this could be possible, but I honestly can not remember a single
detail that would lead me to believe this. I suppose that it is easier to believe in an alien abduction rather than accept that some creepy man
touched my naughty places when I was little. If anyone has any more input I would welcome the conversation."