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Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe? - Peterborough

From: Kelly Peterborough <kellymcg.nul>
Date: Mon, 08 Mar 2004 22:29:59 -0500
Fwd Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2004 08:58:30 -0500
Subject: Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe? - Peterborough


>From: Kelly Freeman <Khfflsciufo.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 12:27:46 EST
>Subject: Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe?

>I would like to give you my perspective on the "sleep
>paralysis" phenomenon. While living on Long Island, between
>1988-90, I experienced numerous episodes where I would be lying
>on my couch and then dozing off only to be suddenly awakened by
>an intense electrical impulse inside the right side of my brain
>followed by a sense of paralysis. I would try to move, but I
>couldn't do it. Usually. these episodes would last only about 10
>seconds or so, but it was still a little uncomfortable.

>Since I moved down here to Florida, it has not happened to me
>again. But, while I was visiting my father in New Mexico, and
>sleeping in his RV, it happened again, accompanied by the radio
>inside suddenly coming on briefly and what I would describe as
>an orange light appearing, briefly inside. I can also remember
>hearing female voices in my head. This lasted only seconds.

>While on Long Island, I had endured a number of experiences,
>which I won't go into here, but the paralysis episodes were
>only a part of a whole.

>It is my belief that at least during 1988-1990, Long Island was
>experiencing more than its share of UFO sightings. Now, I am not
>saying that the paralysis episodes were caused by UFOs or
>aliens. Just trying to give the episodes a little perspective.
>At no time was I under any medication of any kind for
>any- thing. I simply don't do the pharmaceutical thing.

>I have never mentioned this to anyone before, because I have
>been trying to find some answers to these "happenings". Any
>feedback would be appreciated. Just keep it intelligent.

Awareness during Sleep Paralysis (ASP) is experienced by an
estimated 10 to 20 per cent of people at some point during life.
ASP can be truly terrifying beyond belief, especially when
accompanied by hallucinations. Some people only experience it
once, other people are plagued with it on a continual basis for
years.

The interesting thing I've noted is that very few people who
experience ASP equate it with UFO abduction and vice versa.

One good book to start with is The Terror That Comes in the
Night by David Hufford. Also, do a google search on 'Awareness
during Sleep Paralysis' and you get tons of hits.

Be assured you are not alone in ASP, and that many people
experience everything from being terrorized by 'things',
'beings', and 'demons'(including rapes and beatings) to making
friends with the things to experiencing incredible lucid dreams.
It's quite the adventure, never knowing what dreamland will hold
when you have ASP.

Many people with ASP have thought they were going crazy and have
gone to see neurologists and priests, both groups of which seem
not to have heard of ASP, although I think it is more well-known
now.

So, is ASP a glitch in the brain that leads to hyper-dreaming,
related somehow to the Sleeping Sickness that followed the Great
Flu of 1918, related to epilepsy, or a gate to another world or
dimension?

I don't know.

Hope that's intelligent enough fer ya. Sweet dreams!


Kelly




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