Not sure if I've "died" during this lifetime, but perhaps have altered realities or flipped dimensions... Have had several experiences during my
dreamtime that makes me think that I was one place, then in the blink of an eye, I was in a whole new world that was eerily similar to the previous
one. No other way to explain it I guess, even if it does sound crazy.
Also I had a strange, fairly scary experience during an '___' trip when I was a teenager. Was standing next to a doorway, leaning on a wall. The door
was open, going into the back of an ice cream shop, which had hard linoleum floors. One minute I'm standing there talking to a friend, and the next
thing I knew I was watching myself lying on the floor with about 5 or 6 of my friends hovered over me. I don't consciously remember what else
happened, it's just kind of dark and blurry, and then suddenly we were in the car about to get off the highway at our exit which was about 30 minutes
from the ice cream shop. I was asking questions like "Who are you guys, who's car is this (it was mine, I had a sober friend driving us around that
night), where are we, and who am I?..." and I repeated these same few questions over and over until they showed me my neighborhood and I started to
calm down and think about what happened. I simply cannot account for where I was for that 1/2 hour or so...
According to my friends, I had what appeared to be a seizure. I was leaning with my back on the wall, next to the open door, and apparently "fell over
just like a tree" and did nothing to break my fall. They said I was convulsing and they thought I was having a seizure so one friend held my head and
grabbed my tongue. This went on for about 45 seconds or so, then I just stopped, and my eyes rolled back in my head. They said that they all started
calling my name and they were standing all around me, bent over, grabbing my hands and tapping me. After another minute or two, they said I opened my
eyes as if I had just been sleeping. They said I had a confused look on my face, but all I said was "I'm okay." One of them grabbed some paper towels
and handed them to me, I gave another blank stare. She said she grabbed them back, and started wiping off my forehead (turns out I had a decent gash
from hitting the floor). After that I walked out into the ice cream shop (right in the middle of a busy Saturday night) and got myself a bag of ice
and some water to drink. They told me I sat there with the ice for a few minutes, put it on my head briefly, but mostly mumbled to myself, then got up
and just walked out of the building. They followed me of course, got me into the car, and started driving home. When I came back, woke up, came to,
whatever... we had been driving for about 30 minutes. This is when I started asking "where are we" and such. I had apparently been silent since I got
up off the floor, and they said there was a big "whoosh" and I snapped forward and started asking questions.
This is what 5 of my friends tell me happened. Three of them were in the car with me and witnessed me sit still, in complete silence, until there was
a "big whoosh". Whether I took too much, hit my head to hard... I think both are true. But what would cause me to have what appeared to be a seizure,
but in fact wasn't a seizure at all? The doctors could find nothing when I went to get checked up the next day, except that I had a bump and a gash on
my forehead. I explained in detail what they said happened, and they say it wasn't a seizure. I could have fainted, but why the time lapse? I've
fainted before and I've never lost time like that. Nor have I seen myself laying on the ground like I did at the ice cream shop. I don't think I died
by any means, but things have never really been the same since. And I can't really describe it in any way that makes any sense. And then, of course,
why (or how) could the 3 other people in the car hear/feel a "big whoosh" right before I snapped back to and started firing questions??? I believe
there are many other dimensions or realities all going on at the same time, different place, or same place, different time... But to think I may have
been experiencing one reality, then with the flip of some switch, I'm in another???
I'll stop now before this entire post is incomprehensible (if it's not already
)... But one more thing - I too have seen what can best be described
as "mechanical insects" several times. Mostly what look like bees, wasps, and hornets. Occasionally other insects, but they usually have had a stinger
of some sort. I've seen this completely sober too, and don't do any drugs anymore either. The story above happened many years ago.
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