posted on Jun, 11 2009 @ 03:30 PM
reply to post by heineken
I too have never seen a UFO. I've never had an out of body experience. I've never seen a ghost. However, these are specific labels for occurrences
that can have certain qualifications applied to them for them to be known as whatever it is they are.
I have experienced sleep paralysis attacks and these do share some qualities of what can be labeled an out of body experience. I have been in a
theater and was told to walk towards the back and look to my right where I did notice a bizarre shadow in the shape of a person right next to me. The
employee told me its a ghost but I couldn't really describe it as such. I've seen a large black cat-like animal in the moonlight that climbed a tree
and left paw prints in the morning which I imagined to be a black panther, but I couldn't be sure due to lack of light. When I was 8 yrs of age I
awoke to see some kind of entity standing next to my bed. As I was frozen in fear and eventually cried myself to sleep I never actually saw what it
was and figured that because light from a fish tank around the corner was lighting it up and I couldn't see the shelves on my wall because it was in
the way, it had to be an alien.Yet I have no proof other than what I think I saw.
Just now my dog began barking hysterically at the precise moment the music stopped playing mid-song from my computer. The doorbell rang but nobody is
there to push it. I stepped outside and I'm standing right next to the door bell and it rings again. What just happened? I have no idea, but I can
imagine it's a poltergeist. Or lighting struck somewhere nearby and a surge caused this bizarre activity.
My point is it is all perspective. How you experience reality. As of yet I've experienced a number of things that can suggest the paranormal, but
nothing that absolutely convinces me. I remain open to the possibility. I know just how overactive my imagination is and it is for this reason I
literally need something to smack me in the face before I'm 100 percent sure about it. But a number of kooky things do happen to me regularly and I
remain cautiously suspicious. By sheer chance, you just haven't experienced anything you can qualify as a UFO, ghost, out of body experience, or
anything else paranormal in nature. Just remember tomorrow is another day. You may yet run headfirst into the unknown.