posted on May, 8 2010 @ 04:02 PM
Hmmn, I actually have an account with some similarities to that. Bizarre, I know. It happened 10 years ago when I moved into the house where I'm
living now. I could dismiss it as a dream but I've had a lifetime of 'out of body experiences', even shifting back and forth between perspectives
of 'in' vs. 'out' while half-awake for awhile, and watching reality change (consistent to each state, but slightly-different from each other)
during, and I think I was just OBE. Still I found it kind of intriguing.
I was moving into a new house, and I was physically exhausted. I went into the room that would be mine, where mattresses were on the floor and boxes
all around. My dad was somewhere outside, doing some landscape work he said was needed and overdue. My toddler was with my stepmom. I walked toward
the window of the room, really curious to see the back yard, which I hadn't seen yet. But I was so insanely weary physically, that despite my
enthusiasm I decided, no -- first rest. And I literally just let myself fall face first, hands up by my head, onto the mattresses. But it wasn't like
I fell asleep. It was like I hit the mattress and instantly was standing next to myself. My curiosity turned me to the window and I walked the few
steps to it and looked out into the backyard.
The yard didn't have a fence around it yet. There were a few substantial trees. It looked like the neighbor must be out there with his dogs or
something, and they'd come over to my side of where some kind of fence ought to be while they were playing. He was very tall, and dressed all in
black, which looked great with the dogs. They ranged from puppy to older dog and they all looked kind of like black labs (I don't know much about
dogs). He was really limber and he was running, leaping and playing with all of them, and they were all running and jumping and barking in delight.
And then it occurred to me that although I was watching them, I couldn't *hear* anything. That seemed odd. I mean I could see that they were barking,
and yet I didn't seem to be picking up any sound. I looked back at the man who thus far had had his back to me, and something must have tipped him
off, as the moment I realized that about sound, he whirled around to face me. But his face... was like a dog's. It was like those labs except it
wasn't dog-snout, it was human-ish features, but it was totally covered with that same kind of short black fur those dogs had, and his eyes were
large. As I stood there gaping at him, he was seeing ME, and he froze, and stood there gaping, as if equally amazed and shocked, at me in turn.
We stood there just staring at each other in agog silence for probably two full seconds -- and then my father, who was apparently out back but not
seen by either of us, turned on a chainsaw, and instantly I was leaping up in fright from the sound, from where I was face down on the bed. I felt as
if it just slammed me back into my body.
I stood outside later just pondering the lawn and trees and bushes of the backyard. Everything was exactly as I'd seen it -- except for the man and
dogs. Maybe it's all physics, beat patterns and frequencies, and slightly overlapping with what I think is reality are many other realities, that
being tuned to a slightly different sine wave would show me.
Later the part that seemed odd was that his face wasn't entirely dog nor entirely human, either. Anyway, because I was falling face down on a
mattress about 2 seconds before this happened I realize it just sounds like a dream, but I took it a bit more literally than that.
[edit on 8-5-2010 by RedCairo]