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The Grey Phobia and People Who Have it (Possible Abductees)

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posted on Jul, 15 2004 @ 07:39 PM
i think we've been h@cked...moderators?

posted on Jul, 16 2004 @ 12:06 AM
My single biggest fear has been, and still is, that I'll wake up and see a humanoid sihlouette(sp?) standing outside my bedroom door looking in at me. I leave my door cracked, and if I saw something like that, I'd just about have a heart attack.

When I was a kid, I too had SEVERE nosebleeds. They were so bad that I was up for about 2 hours everytime they would happen, while my nose would bleed out both nostrils. While I don't remember any alien encounters, I was keenly scared of the dark until about 4 years ago, and I'm 22 now.

Call me a coward if you like, but I've never liked the dark, mostly because I've been afriad that if I get up in the middle of the night and have to go somewhere, that I'd trip and fall over stuff, which I've done, and that's not fun, trust me on that.

But, as for being scared of grays, I'm not most of the time. I'm scared of spiders ONLY when they're in my bed while I'm asleep. I'm only scared of them then because they could bite me and I can't stop them. The same goes for aliens; I'm scared of them only at night while I sleep because I don't like the thought of being taken when I'm not awake. I want them to try and abduct me during the day. I guess though that it wouldn't be an abduction then, cause I'd go willingly, just to play with the technology.
I know, I'm nuts.

For the record: I've NEVER met or encountered a Gray or any other alien species, that I'm aware of. If I ever do, I'll most likely come here to tell my story, right after I get back with the ship that they'll give me.

posted on Jul, 16 2004 @ 12:43 AM
Gray ... Wall climbing and claws? That's interesting.

And your apparently forgotten memory of seeing them in your room as a child. I wonder what you might be able to dig up via hypnosis.

Although the images frighten me both during night and day, I rather see them during the day -- it gives an extra layer of security, at least to me.

Moreover, if you can forget such memories, maybe we all can. I have a few distinct memories of waking up in different places than my bed. I figure I was sleep walking (which no one has ever observed me do), or something carried me.

posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 11:22 AM

Sounds like you're in basically the same boat I'm in: formerly had a marked phobia of aliens and severe nosebleeds, not much else.

If I were writing science fiction I'd say this happened to me: got abducted once (or a few times) while young and implanted with a tracking device (a la the x-files, I think, where the device goes into neural tissue by way of the nasal cavity) that caused some complications when I hit a certain age (ie, the nosebleeds). If there's anything more to it than that I'd have to switch from writing sci-fi to fit some "facts" to just making stuff up altogether.

And that's if I was writing sci-fi, which I'm not interested in doing. I've still got a general interest in the UFO/aliens/abduction stuff, partially because of the grey-phobia I had as a kid --wanting to know why those pictures are scary but not much else is -- and partly because I just find that stuff interesting.

What'd be interesting to find out is how many people who are interested in the ufo/alien thing have or had grey-phobia, especially if they had it before becoming exposed to the ideas of grey aliens / abductions, etc...Even a strong positive correllation wouldn't prove anything, but it'd be interesting to see if there is one.

posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 01:35 PM
Our ancestors (IE: first humans) knew about grays, what they were, saw them, and yadda yadda.

You have their DNA, and just as instinct can be transferred through DNA so can other things like memory and knowledge. When you see a gray either in real life or in a picture it stimulates the part of your DNA storing memory/knowledge of grays and aliens and what they are and stuff. Well, naturally most people fear them so maybe we should fear them because it is an instinct we have developed therefore they or what they represented back then during the time humans were a slave labor workforce must have been either bad or scary.

Anyway, I for one no longer scare grays because I think I would be able to rib the shreds out of 30 of them if I ever saw them. I've been reading they are biodrones operating on a hive-mind basis and therefore are not alive, but act so. So If I did meet them and slaughter a bunch, Smartest thing for me to do would be to run away, change my name, transfer citys, because feds would be after me

Oh and if anyone is willing to take my advice, lots of Orange Juice (not from concentrate) and Fresh Milk daily will turn anyone into a muscled up alien killer with no fear! And some chinese food couldn't hurt

hehe, eat large amounts consantly, seriously
Our govt is throwing the hole diet, calorie counting, eat less and exersize more" BS into our face with the intention of suppressing humanity untill we are completely enslaved and then we will be told the truth that all you need to do is give your body lots of protiens/calcium/vitamins(which I'd say 99.99% of people aren't getting) and basically we turn into what we were designed into when we were first created-> what the greys consider today a "risky subject"

Heh this is all just stuff that I think so, feel open to dissagree or correct me.

[edit on 18-7-2004 by aukaiman8000]

[edit on 18-7-2004 by aukaiman8000]

[edit on 18-7-2004 by aukaiman8000]

posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 03:25 PM
There is such a thing as a "grey phobia" ?

I think they look cool

Once I woke up and my bed and the wall next to me were covered in blood, but there wasn't any at all on me.

Another time I was asleep and was woken mentaly by something long being pulled out from under my left eye. As it was removed it suck a little air out of my left nostril. What I mean by 'woken mentaly' is that I became consciuos, but never moved. I just laid there thinking 'huh? somehting just got pulled out of my eye? oh well, who cares'. Seriously I didnt care I just went back to sleep (which is strange I admit).

Am I an abductee? Who knows... I have no memories of greys.

posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 03:38 PM

When I was a child living in Dayton Ohio, I was scared to death of UFO's and Aliens.

I have had a few very real dreams about Wright Patterson and UFO's.

Also I had a dream about 4 yrs ago about them coming and I was to prepare.
I was scarred #less, and wouldn't sleep in my bed for a while after that!!

Haven't had another since, just kinda waiting for it to go down now.

posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 06:37 PM
Tesla: if you remember at all, do you have any sense what you were supposed to do to prepare?...what you were supposed to be preparing for?...what the time frame was (ie, when you'd have to be ready)?

Faceless: there's people who have a phobia of greys, though I doubt you'll find "grey phobia" in any book -- it's a term we've more or less made up in this thread, I think.

posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 02:14 AM
I dont have a phobia of greys, but I do have an unatural fascination with the night sky. I have a fascination that makes me take frequent evening walks and study it, looking for something.

I dont believe Ive ever been abducted. But I do get nosebleeds alot.

Aliens fascinate and draw me more than they do scare me. But if I get abducted and get lasers shoved up my rear, then Id probably have grey phobia.

posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 02:32 AM
For the most part I don't find pictures of greys scary, except two that I can think of.
A purported picture of Dan Burisch's J-ROd.
An apparant hoax (I don't remember exactly where I read that) that I first saw on

These two both really made me jump when i first saw them....and both still make me feel extremely uncomfortable when i look at them.

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posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 03:44 AM
That first guy looks realy stoned..... no wonder they're always crashing

posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 05:52 PM
I used to be deathly afraid of the greys and still am pretty freaked out. Though, even last summer I wouldn't even leave my window all the way open at night for fear that one would crawl in. I used to "watch" sightings, but I could never bring myself to actually watch it, just listen to it on the couch. I remember some woman telling her story "I was lyin in bed... and this figger comes through my winda." That'd be HORRIBLE to experience something like that. Pictures just freak me out. I had to go very carefully through this topic to make sure no ASS posted a big freaky picture of one. And whenever I go into a topic like "pictures: real or fake?" I have to turn pictures off in IE so I don't DIE. I just like to see people's opinions. But it really helps to face them. Like, I watched Signs with friends who had already seen it, so they said when something freaky was going to happen. Sure it ruins the thrill, but it was still a good movie, still freaky. I was even scared of the aliens on Stargate when they first showed up. But then I just watched it, looked at them, and they're not scary. I like the ones like my icon, he's not freaky, some would even say he's cute! Aww! Ha, I have a whole family of stuffed aliens now. My girlfriend even made me an alien pillow guy for Valentine's Day. ^^ aliens like that are awesome, but I still get freaked out.

Now what's really freaky is the chupacabra... and The Village sounds pretty freaky too...

posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 05:55 PM
I've always been afraid of Greys. I always have the feelingthat theres one behind him in the shadows, I've had bad dreams about them in my room, They just freak me out and I dont know why.

posted on Jun, 6 2017 @ 07:13 AM
I'm an abductee and I have never had a fear of Grey's,though I often read about people who have such a terror reaction to imagery of them.I have a memory of waking up in the middle of the night,in this house we live in now,of seeing a grey behind me,between the bed head and window.I then found myself floating upright through the air,out of the room towards the hallway.I screamed for my husband but it came out just like a soft hiss,and then I recall no more.Another time I saw a grey like thingy in a medical facility inside an old abandoned aircraft hangar.Been an abductee since earliest childhood.

If anything I felt like smacking them,really hard upside the head.They don't inspire fear but annoyance,in me,if I think on these happenings.I just always felt they were not the main problem.That whether they existed or not,would not make a difference to my situation.

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