I recently watched a documentary called The Nightmare. It was about sleep paralysis and shadow people. Surly I'm not the only one on /x/ who has experienced similar things. And while we're at it, let's discuss reincarnation.
>A soldier in the confederacy, marching shoulder to shoulder with other grey coats.
>We approach a plantation, and in the distance beyond the mansion canons boom.
>The cannon ball cracks overhead, passing harmlessly into the ranks behind me.
>I think to myself, "That was slow, I can dodge a cannon ball if it comes at me."
>Another shot, my reaction time is frozen. It takes my head off and I wake up.
That's the reincarnation part. Now for the shadows.
>bed is placed on the far wall opposite bedroom door
>"wake up" to see a shadow figure looming at the other end of my room
>it rushes towards me, charging fast
>wake up suddenly feeling pins and needles all over my body
>try to go back to sleep, but instead fight for hours with paralysis. Can feel it coming on and constantly fighting to stay lucid or sleep.
>in a familiar place, an old house but different
>laying on my side in the dream
>the shadow figure appears at the top of the stairs
>rushes again, on me and forcing me out of sleep.
Has anyone else had experiences with these shadow beings?
I think they are extradimensional and feed on fear.
I have them.. a lot.
Every time it happens, it's when I'm in a moment of sleep but self awareness.
I have gotten used to it so much now that I heave really hard until I wake myself up and it's been proven to work until this last visit.
For whatever reason, I could not wake myself up (as it stared at me from a corner) and I made so much noise that I actually woke my wife up, who then saw me making this weird noise and woke me up.
No, I am not bull-shitting you. Yes, I can answer whatever questions you like and no, I am not a schizophrenic.
I believe you.
>I'm in a moment of sleep but self awareness
>I heave really hard until I wake myself up
>I could not wake myself up (as it stared at me from a corner)
These are all classic symptoms of sleep paralysis .
I believe these things exist on another plain of reality, something that intersects with us when we sleep. Maybe DMT. Maybe another wave length.
The one thing all reports seem to have in common though is fear. As if these things feed on it.
>The one thing all reports seem to have in common though is fear. As if these things feed on it.
Absolutely, and that is how they draw their power.
I've gotten to the point where the fear is gone, but the visits do still happen.
I wish I had an answer. If it's not fear, then what are they feeding on? They have to be using us like cattle, otherwise they wouldn't come.
When you see them, and you're not afraid, what happens?
>When you see them, and you're not afraid, what happens?
Silence, yet still I can feel I am being attacked, full force..
My wife bare witness numerous times, where I had woken up with a perfect scratch on my ring finger.
So deep that it stayed red for a week and stung constantly.
It's those moments where I do actually start to freak out a bit, unfortunately, heaving and hocking like a freak until I wake myself up.
There is a dark matter that consists of the souls of the damned, evil and malicious.
This very matter consumes us each day, if we allow it.
The most sadistic of people, who coincidentally enough are extremely successful (drug-lords, shady CEO's, gub), are essentially tapped into this energy but corrupted by it as well.
It's path into you is your subconscious.
>hottest summer recorded
>be attacked each night for 3 days
>4th night comes and so does the shadow
>"ARE YOU SCARED YET? ARE YO.."
>somehow my arm shoots up and I grab it
>I pull it down so it's face to face with me
>It's a human like figure but made of smoke
>it shows a look of fear and I wake up
I was asleep and almost dreaming when this happened, but the environment was my room and it felt very real.
I to this day do not know what possessed me to grab it because it felt as if it was someone else doing it for me.
Can honestly say I have experienced sleep paralysis several times, and have had several hallucinations with them. I remember one time seeing a huge spider on a thread hanging from the ceiling of my room slowly descending onto my shoulder, and I couldn't do anything about it, I just sat in horror trying to move.
Another time, I was sleeping on my back and heard footsteps walking back and forth in my room, but I couldn't see anything.
Really creepy shit man..
Nice to see ya, /pol/.
I get sleep paralysis a couple times a year... anyone ever get a weird sensation from it? Like a mild electrical shock/weird vibration? I think it's probably my sleep-brains interpretation of one of my limbs being asleep or something, but it's so weird every time.
This documentary fucked me up worse than many horror movies, especially thanks to the guy who refers to it as an STD.
Thanks to this documentary, I gave now experienced sleep paralysis for the first time in my life.
In the one hand, I try to find a rational explanation for it. People with cancer, or a broken arm, experience the same symptoms. So sleep paralysis must just be a sickness in the brain. But in the other hand, it's more than that. There is another presence there, and it's real. You can feel it, every sense your body has tells you that you're not alone.
Maybe there is some deep, primordial, evolutionary fear left over from when we lived in caves... but I'm not convinced.
>I thought I was having little seizures in the middle of the night and was totally convinced I was dying
Watch The Nightmare >>17351014
Kind of like what I do with the hocking and heaving.
Do you ever see/hear anything, or just feel it?