posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 09:59 AM
I've been trying to avoid thinking about it since, but its been stuck in my mind, and I've been drawn back to this thread. Thanks for the replies,
its good to know its not just my mentality slipping away...
I'm certain it couldn't have been a dream. I don't remember dreams at all by the end of the next day, and now its the second day and its still
crystal clear, and I'm more awake now.
I had a feeling of timelessness during what happened. I don't know about the blue men, I can just remember knowing I wasn't alone in my room. Next
thing I 'opened' my eyes and all I could see was grey blurriness, as though surrounded by thick smoke, and I could just make out figures around me.
It almost felt like I was awakening from an anaesthetic, the same confusion and hopelessness you'd feel upon waking from an operation (I've been
through that a couple of times for sure.)
The fact that I didn't know what was going on but I could feel my body racing was what worried me, I've never felt my heart beat so fast, that was
when I thought something bad was happening.
I kept thinking 'go away' and 'leave me alone', as I'm intrigued by the power of the mind; I have no idea if it worked or not, as I couldn't
even be sure where I was after the experience.. I could see me bedroom wall but it was a lot more illuminated than it would be at 2am, and was worried
to look round for fear of being in a sort of 'holding cell', and when I did I wanted to look out the window to make sure nothing was awry, which was
hard enough seeing as I wasn't sure where in anywhere I was.
However, looking back, I don't feel much fear at all. Last night I thought I heard the "We're coming" voice again, and stayed up til 4am. Nothing
happened, but I now feel as though I'd like to meet whatever (if any) creatures were there, I just feel curious about them now.
So long as I don't get paralyzed again...