posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 02:04 PM
Well now, i have been waiting and searching for many years to find out if anyone could explain the "aurora borealis" that I have watch dance above
my head. I have yet to find that answer ,but am happy I am not alone in the experience.
It does seem that mine still might be a little more unique in that..I have witnessed them in the presents of other people.
I still remember the first time I saw them. In a very dark room, I had just gone to bed, was wide awake listening to music when I saw colored lights
appear in one of blackened corners of the room.It was quite amusing.. Slowly they danced along the walls toward me. I put my head under the covers to
see if my eyes were playing ticks..Just blackness, but my pitch black room was alive and glowing brightly.. Still quite humourous I was thinking. Very
entertaining , but can't be real.
The lights danced and swayed..swirled around just like northern lights, bright then faded, moving , alive.
This continued for a rather long time , until the lights converged just above my head. No more on the walls , or in the corners, just right above me.
Now I was getting a little freaked out. They were too close , the house was too quiet.. I watch in lessening fascination, and growing fear..as I
watched these lights become something I could recognize as a face , a face with eyes, and a mouth that seemed to be opening to say something... This
was no night terror..nothing wrong with my muscles..I jumped out of bed threw open the door in search of someone to help ground me, tell me I was not
I woke up and Aunt who was visiting , and we sat up and talked for a few hours , until I figured I was to tired to stay awake long enough to see the
lights again.. I never did , but I have seen them many times since. Once I even found a touch of bravery and stood up in bed to put my hands into the
dancing coloured mist. I can say my fingers and hand tingled..in a not so electrical way.
I have several other stories a little more weird that I can write another time.