posted on Apr, 5 2004 @ 07:41 AM
Has anyone ever been or seen someone who was possessed or taken over? please share your insights and stories, if you could!
In November of 1997, I experienced a rather weird event. It was rather subtle, but in both events, I KNOW that I wasn't who I usually seem to be.
That's primarily why I think I was possessed.
I was on the phone, talking to a friend of mine (who, incidentally, I was trying to date at the time). Suddenly, without warning, my mood switched. I
would take very deep breaths and would sigh all the time. I would stretch a lot and felt very sensitive to all kinds of sensations, physical and
mental. I became very euphoric and happy, and even my thought patterns switched gears. I am not one who is easily amused, nor do I become happy
without reason. My voice became wavy, as it would go up and down in pitch. i kIndA soUNDed lIKE ThiS, with capitalized letters representing an
increase in bass and the lowercase letters representing a higher-sounding note.
On top of that, I started talking about my emotions more so than I wanted to at the time. I talked about how I felt about her and I talked about what
I wanted to do with the girl, romantically, despite my previous reservations about discussing such topics. Without thinking, I turned off all the
lights in my room and went to my bed, covered myself under my own sheets, while still talking to her. That experience lasted about a half hour, and
the most significant memory I have of that event was being filled with so much happiness than ever before.
The next event, about a week or two later, I was talking to the same person. Then, the same things started to happen. It started with my voice
becoming different. Not wAvY like the last time, but it was not my voice. It was a different version of my voice, less bass and with a slight lisp,
and I even said to her "I dunno why I am speaking in this tone." I was filled with a sudden calmness, not as euphoric as the last time, and I was
definitely far more centered and at peace with myself than I ever had been before. Again, the usual lockdown on my emotions was negated, as I was all
about talking about my romantic intentions with her. I was uncharacteristically aggressive in this manner, but at the very least, I maintained
sensibility (I wasn't all about saying stupid things like I want to boof you so hard that...).
Commonalities between both events:
Both were at night. Both featured a different method of thought than I am used to. Both had me speaking in a voice other than my normal one. Both had
me revealing my emotional positions more easily than usual. Both were temporary and did not last very long. Both had me feeling unusually happy and
centered; as if I had just finished successfully meditating or something.