reply to post by starsyren
I am not sure about this one.
Some people insist that dreams are linked to abductions. They believe that, while asleep, beings (aliens) from different dimensions - some believe
them as personal spirit guides - materialise and take our souls, and sometimes bodies, onto their ships or into space. Here they, supposedly, do
their work examining our bodies, showing us secrets about the world we will unlock later in our waking state, and strategically placing implants, and
also experimenting sexually.
It could be that some people want interaction with UFOs or aliens so bad that their brains manifest dreams about it.
The human brain and imagination is so powerful that these dreams can be so real that it tricks us into believeing that there is more to them than just
our imagination or compilation of memories.
Your brain is so powerful that you can go to sleep in a bad mood and have a dream that is very positive, even revelationary, that causes the
endorphins to release. When you awake your mood will be extremely changed, sometimes magically causeing (?) you to feel like you are a changed person
and in one of the best moods that you have ever been in. Your brain can do this in just a few hours, imagine what it can conjure up during a few
weeks, or months, when bombarded by a psychosis that includes extreme belief - or wanting - in alien life or abductions.
Without the presence of actual UFOs and aliens and the desire to see them and interact with them your brain could very, very easily manufacture images
and memories of abduction experience based on what you know, and even the absence of knowledge, about UFOs and aliens.
Then again there is the possibility that these experiences are 100% real.
Either way, it is what it is. If it is 100% real to you and you feel it really happened, then it did! I mean if the memories and story line are real
then the situation must be real or it wouldn't exist in any form.