So Hi guys,
Can't really sleep so I thought I would just share a little experience i had a couple of weeks ago during a bivouac in the Massif de la Chartreuse
mountains close to Lyon, France.
It does imply a UFO even if I want to stress that this was probably a dream / halucination during a state of sleep paralysis. Nevertheless I want to
talk about it because 1. I think a lot of abduction stories are related to sleep paralysis experiences and 2. whatever I say or think, I keep having
this memory coming back again and again.
Sssssssso I like the outdoors. Nature is my church. I have been starting to go on walks alone in the mountains (around 2000 meter altitude) for 2 to 3
days periods. I travel light, used to sleep under a tarp but have a very light one person tent now because I like a minimum confort.
Last time I had been walking up this mountain for several hours and arrived on a plateau around 1900 meter. I was planning to walk a lot more but
having left my mountain shoes in the city and being so stuborn I found myself evloving in the partially still snowy undergrowth with running shoes.
I decided it was a bit stupid and resolved to settle camp very early, not far from the open part of the plateau, close to a few firs. Lots of traces
of animals but not really in the way I thought it would be a decent, wind sheltered spot.
It was only 5:30 pm but the ascension really had beaten me, I alsa had a pretty bad sleep the previous night so went straight to cooking and eating my
dehydrated rations. I was a bit bummed about not being able to reach destination and had nothing really to do as weather was starting to be a bit
chill and grey. I fell asleep very fast around 6:15 pm, knowing I would probably wake up in the middle of the night.
Being so tired I had a really violent "fall" into sleep. Having thoes jolts and jerks thing and being semi conscious not really being able to wake
I did wake up around 10 pm because of the cold. I really was ill equiped facing 1°c temperatures in a 10° sleeping bag (with extra down jacket but
really not nice cold waves all night).
Night is dark out there. Black in the woods. Utter. And the silence is deathening.
At one point I was starting to fall rapidly into deep sleep again when something made me "open" my eyes. I could barely half open them because of the
drowsyness but saw a blue light slowly fly next to my tent. I could see it pass through the canvas. slowly. I was so dizzy but not scared. I was just
thinking "oh there's a blue orb passing by". But suddenly I felt like I was quickly pulled from the ground. I was floating and could feel gravity
still pulling on me.
Then nothing. Except that when I gained counsciousness my face was facing down on the floor and I woke up saying "what the #". Because you see,
sleeping in a tent in extreme conditions is tricky. You have many layers of clothes, then your sleeping bag and not a lot of space to move. I am used
to sleep on my back when camping and stay this way because changing position is a hassle. You have to move like a worm just to be on your side. Also,
I had put my hands in my jacket pockets because of the cold. they were now stuck in there under my belly. I had to move a lot to free them from there
and be able to move at all my upper part.
What I am saying is that if I had turned over consciously I would have known it and it would have taken me al ot of effort and some energy. And how
come my hands were still in my pockets. A whole fuss to take them out of there and I'm not gonna turn on my stomach with them in there.
So Yeah I was really surprised to wake up like that and I didn't like the feeling of "how the # did that happen".
So in conclusion I did see a floating blue light and felt I was pulled from ground and woke up in a weird way. Honestly, it probably all is just due
to great fatigue but I do keep thinking about it and seeing this little blue light.
Who knows. All I know is that I know nothing
edit on 5-6-2015 by Logiciel because: edited "abduction" to "UFO interaction" in