reply to post by Mindless1980
So then good person, I suppose I am due for a response.
The picture you posted does bear a slight resemblance. Now here are some details that were left out due to at the time of me writing that to Sled735,
I was in a rush (good job cleaning that up by the way). The face of the creature looked exactly like a samurai warriors face piece, but with the
mouth closed. The red iris were in the shape of a triangle. The horns of the creature were what I was referring to as resembling freshly fallen snow
(it was just beautiful). The rest of its body was hard to see due to a detail I had left out. Also, I do not know why, but the fact that it felt
like I was in an opening seems very significant to me. The best I can clarify this is that the place in which I was standing was very open yet at the
same time was contained. However, the area did not feel contained by any conventional method. Try to think of it like a country. It has a vast
amount of room/land but at the same time you know that there is a "border". Sorry if this is hard to understand. Also, it felt as though it was
layered. As though there was an area above and an area below, both of which I did not visit but just somehow felt that they were there. Now for the
detail I left out.
A few days ago I had some spare time before hitting the sack and figured, "What a perfect time for a scary movie." So I then decided to watch the
movie Insidious, which by the way I have seen before but did not exactly care for it if you know what I mean. As to why I picked that movie, who
knows, but I saw something that still bugs me and that is why I am here to share it.
The one detail that I had left out, but was reminded of by the movie, was the fog. It was hard to see the rest of the creatures body due to an excess
amount of fog where I was. In the movie, towards the end, the father AP's and leaves his house in search for his son. Upon leaving the house, he
encounters a vast amount of fog; however, in the movie it was very dark and he had to carry a lantern with him to help light his way. What was
experienced was in fact very foggy but at the same time very well light. In addition to this, directly behind the creature the fog was very dark (I
assume this is relevant). So anyways, I saw that part in the movie and it just blew my mind and I knew I had to share it.
As for the creature itself, fear was irrelevant. I have a very strong opinion of fear, and because of this it is rare for me to be afraid. I was
filled more so with curiosity as I mentioned earlier, this creature felt familiar. I wanted to know why, but after looking at it and then where the
light source was coming from, I recalled the advice of something coming from the left is something to be cautious of. I left shortly after, but not
due to fear. It is hard to explain but I am sure you can understand by this point what I am getting at. Well that is all I have to share on the
subject, and I am grateful for the feedback.
Now, I suppose I have a lot of catching up to do on this thread.... so I should be around from time to time to play catch up and be able to start
Oh by the way, I am glad so see certain people back on the thread i.e. Scribe611 and some others that have taken my interests. Welcome to all others
and I hope you have a wonderful upcoming week, Tim.