I went to sleep, wokeup unable to move but able to see, I could not hear anything but I could see something turned the light on, I see a figure that looks like an old friend, he pretended to punch, then he reaches into forehead hairline, pulls down zipper, suit falls, long haired woman like person underneath, she pretends to have coitus, then places beehive over mouth and squeezes, dripping out is royal jelly. I go back to sleep. See ufo a few monthes later hovering as I drive in front of me. Could be a hallucination, truck drivers like I was get randomly drug tested. Regularly. That's everything in a pg rating I could fit. Now i take 1 royal jelly pill every day. I have seen many ufos since.edit on 13-11-2013 by mattsawaufo because: hit enter too fastedit on 13-11-2013 by mattsawaufo because: (no reason given)edit on 13-11-2013 by mattsawaufo because: details I forgot to addedit on 13-11-2013 by mattsawaufo because: add
People often see "demons" and "aliens" when they are going through sleep paralysis. I am not sure why.
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The broom assumes you added the bit about being tested for drugs to insinuate you were not taking drugs during these episodes. Which could be a likely source. Also, have you dabbled into the occult at all? You know, meditation, yoga, ouija board, seances, witchcraft, anything of the sort? Or is anyone living with you into the occult, or do you possess articles, even amulets related to the occult?
Anything related to the occult opens the door to demonic harassment. Someone here said he did not know why people see things when they go into sleep paralysis, but that is simply because he probably ignores the supernatural as unreal. It is very real, and you should not be toying with it, or be involved with anyone toying with it.
That is just good advice. The same as telling someone they shouldn't go and rob a bank with a gun. Do what you want though.