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sixpenceee:

A lot of people ask me what I’m afraid of the most, and I gotta say aliens are definitly on the list. Probably because they sound the most realistic to someone who has no paranormal experiences. 
Think about how big the universe is. Are we really all alone?
Anyway here are some freaky, famous reported cases.
Keep in mind, these are NOT stories but things that real people have reported happening to them.
1973, Pascagoula, Mississippi Abduction

On the night of October 10, 1973, there was a UFO sighting by fifteen different witnesses who saw a strange, unknown object fly over a housing project in St. Tammany Parish, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Two fishermen, nineteen-year-old Calvin Parker, and forty-two-year-old Charles Hickson were about to have an experience that would forever change their lives.
While fishing one night, they heard a buzzing sound. When they turned around they saw a glowing egg shaped object hovering a couple feet above water
A door opened in the UFO, and to their utter amazement, three beings of unknown origin began to float toward the two. 
They described them as "… about five feet tall, had bullet-shaped heads without necks, slits for mouths, and where their noses or ears would be, they had thin, conical objects sticking out, like carrots from a snowman’s head."
The beings grabbed them. Parker fainted from far but Hickson reported floating inside the UFO, as it did not have any gravity inside it. He said he floated and an eye tracking device scanned his body. 
Afterwards they were returned and the two talked about their experience and reported it to the police. 
1975 Sergaent Moody Abduction

On August 13, 1975, Air Force Sergeant Charles L. Moody was in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico, observing a meteor shower. It was 1:15 AM when he saw a glowing, metallic, saucer-shaped object lowering to the ground approximately 300 feet away. 
Long story short, he got scared and tried to speed away but his car wasn’t working. He could make out a window in the UFO, and saw shadows of a human-like form. 
As the UFO left, Moody was now able to start his car. Still trembling with fear, he sped away from the desert, finally arriving home.
 As he entered his house, he was shocked to see that it was now 3:00 AM. Somehow, he was missing about one and one-half hours.
The next day, he began to have physical problems, starting with severe pain in his lower back. A rash would break out all over his body in the next few days. Taking his problems to a physician, he was told to try a type of self-hypnosis to recover the lost one and one-half hours.
It seems that the self-hypnosis was working. Within a couple of weeks, Moody began to recall bits and pieces of his desert encounter, and felt that he had a fairly good account of what had happened to him. He now believed that after his body became numb, he had seen two beings coming towards him. 
The creatures were about six feet tall, and wearing skin-tight black clothing. He had tried to fight them off, but was overcome with the numbness and went unconscious. He remembered waking inside of a craft on a table. He could not move his arms or legs. An alien creature stood by him.
This “leader” as Moody saw him, began to communicate telepathically. Moody was asked if he would stop fighting his abduction, and cooperate. With Moody’s compliance, the alien used a rod-like device on his back which stopped the paralysis.
Soon, Moody was transported to a different part of the UFO, where he was shown the alien drive unit. This drive had a long rod, and three holes in it which were covered by glass. There was a crystal-like object with a rod on both ends. 
During his short tour of the alien ship, Moody was told that there was a larger mother-ship which was waiting above the Earth. The alien leader also told him that no future contact with earthlings would be made for twenty years. Also, Moody’s memory would be lost to him for several weeks after he was released. The alien then rendered him unconscious once again.
Moody was examined by Charles McQuiston, inventor of the Psychological Stress Evaluator, which allegedly proves if a person is telling the truth. McQuiston determined that Moody was indeed being truthful about his encounter.
1967 The Betty Andreasson Abduction

Betty was in her kitchen around 6:30 PM on the night of her abduction. The rest of her family-seven children, her mother and father were in the living room. 
The lights in the house began to blink, and a red light beamed into the house through the kitchen window. Betty’s kids were on edge after the lights blinked, and she ran to quiet them.
Startled by the red beam, Betty’s father ran to look out of the kitchen window to see where the light was coming from. He was amazed to see five strange creatures heading toward their house in a hopping motion. 
He was startled to see the creatures simply walk through the wooden door of the kitchen right into the house. In a moment, the entire family was put into a type of trance.
He was about five-feet tall. The other four were approximately a foot shorter. They had very wide eyes, small ears and noses, set in a pear-shaped head. There were only slits where their mouth should have been. They only communicated with their minds.
They did not actually walk, but floated as they moved along. Betty later would recall that she was not frightened by their presence, but instead, felt calm. 
Meanwhile, Betty’s mother and children were still in a state of suspended animation.

When Betty seemed worried about them, the aliens released her 11-year-old daughter from the trance to assure her that no harm was being done to her family.

Soon, Betty was taken by the aliens to a waiting craft, which rested on a hill outside of her home.
Betty recalls that after she was aboard the UFO outside of her house, the craft took off and joined a mother-ship. There she was subjected to a physical examination, and the victim of tests by strange equipment. 
Returning home, she ran to see the rest of her family. They were yet in some kind of suspended state. All along, one of the aliens had waited behind with her family. Finally, they were released from the bonds of the trance, and the aliens left. 
Betty’s case of alien abduction was very strange, yet a very good case for investigation, containing much more information than the average case. Twelve months of in-depth study went into the case. 
_____________________________________________________________
So I’ve presented you guys with detailed versions of 3 cases of alien abduction stories.
You can read about more cases here
Do you guys have any alien stories? 
If so write a post and tag it as “sixpenceee” I’d love to read about them!

sixpenceee:

A lot of people ask me what I’m afraid of the most, and I gotta say aliens are definitly on the list. Probably because they sound the most realistic to someone who has no paranormal experiences. 

Think about how big the universe is. Are we really all alone?

Anyway here are some freaky, famous reported cases.

Keep in mind, these are NOT stories but things that real people have reported happening to them.

1973, Pascagoula, Mississippi Abduction

On the night of October 10, 1973, there was a UFO sighting by fifteen different witnesses who saw a strange, unknown object fly over a housing project in St. Tammany Parish, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Two fishermen, nineteen-year-old Calvin Parker, and forty-two-year-old Charles Hickson were about to have an experience that would forever change their lives.

While fishing one night, they heard a buzzing sound. When they turned around they saw a glowing egg shaped object hovering a couple feet above water

door opened in the UFO, and to their utter amazement, three beings of unknown origin began to float toward the two. 

They described them as "… about five feet tall, had bullet-shaped heads without necks, slits for mouths, and where their noses or ears would be, they had thin, conical objects sticking out, like carrots from a snowman’s head."

The beings grabbed them. Parker fainted from far but Hickson reported floating inside the UFO, as it did not have any gravity inside it. He said he floated and an eye tracking device scanned his body. 

Afterwards they were returned and the two talked about their experience and reported it to the police. 

1975 Sergaent Moody Abduction

On August 13, 1975, Air Force Sergeant Charles L. Moody was in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico, observing a meteor shower. It was 1:15 AM when he saw a glowing, metallic, saucer-shaped object lowering to the ground approximately 300 feet away.

Long story short, he got scared and tried to speed away but his car wasn’t working. He could make out a window in the UFO, and saw shadows of a human-like form. 

As the UFO left, Moody was now able to start his car. Still trembling with fear, he sped away from the desert, finally arriving home.

As he entered his house, he was shocked to see that it was now 3:00 AM. Somehow, he was missing about one and one-half hours.

The next day, he began to have physical problems, starting with severe pain in his lower back. A rash would break out all over his body in the next few days. Taking his problems to a physician, he was told to try a type of self-hypnosis to recover the lost one and one-half hours.

It seems that the self-hypnosis was working. Within a couple of weeks, Moody began to recall bits and pieces of his desert encounter, and felt that he had a fairly good account of what had happened to him. He now believed that after his body became numb, he had seen two beings coming towards him.

The creatures were about six feet tall, and wearing skin-tight black clothing. He had tried to fight them off, but was overcome with the numbness and went unconscious. He remembered waking inside of a craft on a table. He could not move his arms or legs. An alien creature stood by him.

This “leader” as Moody saw him, began to communicate telepathically. Moody was asked if he would stop fighting his abduction, and cooperate. With Moody’s compliance, the alien used a rod-like device on his back which stopped the paralysis.

Soon, Moody was transported to a different part of the UFO, where he was shown the alien drive unit. This drive had a long rod, and three holes in it which were covered by glass. There was a crystal-like object with a rod on both ends.

During his short tour of the alien ship, Moody was told that there was a larger mother-ship which was waiting above the Earth. The alien leader also told him that no future contact with earthlings would be made for twenty years. Also, Moody’s memory would be lost to him for several weeks after he was released. The alien then rendered him unconscious once again.

Moody was examined by Charles McQuiston, inventor of the Psychological Stress Evaluator, which allegedly proves if a person is telling the truth. McQuiston determined that Moody was indeed being truthful about his encounter.

1967 The Betty Andreasson Abduction

Betty was in her kitchen around 6:30 PM on the night of her abduction. The rest of her family-seven children, her mother and father were in the living room.

The lights in the house began to blink, and a red light beamed into the house through the kitchen window. Betty’s kids were on edge after the lights blinked, and she ran to quiet them.

Startled by the red beam, Betty’s father ran to look out of the kitchen window to see where the light was coming from. He was amazed to see five strange creatures heading toward their house in a hopping motion.

He was startled to see the creatures simply walk through the wooden door of the kitchen right into the house. In a moment, the entire family was put into a type of trance.

He was about five-feet tall. The other four were approximately a foot shorter. They had very wide eyes, small ears and noses, set in a pear-shaped head. There were only slits where their mouth should have been. They only communicated with their minds.

They did not actually walk, but floated as they moved along. Betty later would recall that she was not frightened by their presence, but instead, felt calm. 

Meanwhile, Betty’s mother and children were still in a state of suspended animation.
When Betty seemed worried about them, the aliens released her 11-year-old daughter from the trance to assure her that no harm was being done to her family.
Soon, Betty was taken by the aliens to a waiting craft, which rested on a hill outside of her home.

Betty recalls that after she was aboard the UFO outside of her house, the craft took off and joined a mother-ship. There she was subjected to a physical examination, and the victim of tests by strange equipment.

Returning home, she ran to see the rest of her family. They were yet in some kind of suspended state. All along, one of the aliens had waited behind with her family. Finally, they were released from the bonds of the trance, and the aliens left. 

Betty’s case of alien abduction was very strange, yet a very good case for investigation, containing much more information than the average case. Twelve months of in-depth study went into the case.

_____________________________________________________________

So I’ve presented you guys with detailed versions of 3 cases of alien abduction stories.

You can read about more cases here

Do you guys have any alien stories? 

If so write a post and tag it as “sixpenceee” I’d love to read about them!

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Are concepts like happiness, love, sadness just chemical reactions in our neurons? 
If so then couldn’t we possibly replicate it, and someday create a pill that will grant you ever lasting happiness? 
And while yes, there are drugs out there that can grant someone happiness, it’s always short-term and comes with debilitating side effects. 
That’s not real happiness. 
What about love? If it really is just a chemical reaction, couldn’t you just shoot someone up with chemicals, make them look at someone, and BAM, romance. 
Lust perhaps can be electro-chemically stimulated.
But genuinely caring about someone? Thinking about them before you go to bed each day? 
Can an electric shock or chemicals really do that?
Let go to something even simpler. Like moving your arm. 
That’s definitly an electro-chemical stimulation in the brain and can be replicated.
But when you stimulate the motor regions of the brain, and someone’s hand shoots up, they will look at you and say “I didn’t do that, you did.”
There’s definitly a human element to these feelings and sensations, and yes while the brain does play a big role in it, there’s something else too. Something that’s making these reactions in your brain, unique. Something that tells you “this is you, this is who you are and what you like and what you want to do”.
Something that no pill or electric shock can ever replicate. 

Hey guys! if you have any thoughts/comments regarding this please reblog with a comment.
Even if you are against my idea, please give me your constructive criticisms, I would love to hear them! (Honestly, the oppositions make me think more, and because studying consciousness is a life goal of mine, it helps me focus my goals and what not) 

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Are concepts like happiness, love, sadness just chemical reactions in our neurons? 

If so then couldn’t we possibly replicate it, and someday create a pill that will grant you ever lasting happiness? 

And while yes, there are drugs out there that can grant someone happiness, it’s always short-term and comes with debilitating side effects. 

That’s not real happiness. 

What about love? If it really is just a chemical reaction, couldn’t you just shoot someone up with chemicals, make them look at someone, and BAM, romance. 

Lust perhaps can be electro-chemically stimulated.

But genuinely caring about someone? Thinking about them before you go to bed each day? 

Can an electric shock or chemicals really do that?

Let go to something even simpler. Like moving your arm. 

That’s definitly an electro-chemical stimulation in the brain and can be replicated.

But when you stimulate the motor regions of the brain, and someone’s hand shoots up, they will look at you and say “I didn’t do that, you did.”

There’s definitly a human element to these feelings and sensations, and yes while the brain does play a big role in it, there’s something else too. Something that’s making these reactions in your brain, unique. Something that tells you “this is you, this is who you are and what you like and what you want to do”.

Something that no pill or electric shock can ever replicate. 

Hey guys! if you have any thoughts/comments regarding this please reblog with a comment.

Even if you are against my idea, please give me your constructive criticisms, I would love to hear them! (Honestly, the oppositions make me think more, and because studying consciousness is a life goal of mine, it helps me focus my goals and what not) 

sixpenceee:

THE BELL WITCH 
This is a TRUE event
One day in 1817, John Bell was inspecting his corn field when he encountered a strange-looking animal sitting in the middle of a corn row. Shocked by the appearance of this animal, which had the body of a dog and the head of a rabbit, Bell shot several times. The animal vanished.  Bell thought nothing more about the incident, at least not until after dinner. That evening, the Bells began hearing “beating” sounds on the outside walls of their log house.
The mysterious sounds continued with increased frequency and force each night. Bell and his sons often hurried outside to catch the culprit but always returned empty-handed.  In the weeks that followed, the Bell children began waking up frightened, complaining that rats were gnawing at their bedposts. Not long after that, the children began complaining of having having their bed covers pulled from them and their pillows tossed onto the floor by a seemingly invisible entity.
As time went on, the Bells began hearing faint, whispering voices, which too weak to understand but sounded like a feeble old woman singing hymns. The encounters escalated, and the Bells’ youngest daughter, Betsy, began experiencing brutal encounters with the invisible entity. It would pull her hair and slap her relentlessly, often leaving welts and hand prints on her face and body.
The entity’s voice strengthened over time to the point that it was loud and unmistakable. It sang hymns, quoted scripture, carried on intelligent conversation, and once even quoted, word-for-word, two sermons that were preached at the same time on the same day, thirteen miles apart. 
The worst thing about this was that it’s the first case recorded where a supernatural entity actually killed a human. 
John Bell breathed his last breath on  the morning of December 20, 1820, after slipping into a coma the day before.  Immediately after his death, the family found a small vial of unidentified liquid in the cupboard.  John Bell, Jr. gave some of it to the cat, which died instantly. The entity then spoke up, exclaiming joyfully, “I gave Ol’ Jack a big dose of that last night, which fixed him!”   John, Jr. quickly threw the vial into the fireplace, where it burst into a bright, bluish flame and shot up the chimney.
Read more about this here: X

sixpenceee:

THE BELL WITCH 

This is a TRUE event

One day in 1817, John Bell was inspecting his corn field when he encountered a strange-looking animal sitting in the middle of a corn row. Shocked by the appearance of this animal, which had the body of a dog and the head of a rabbit, Bell shot several times. The animal vanished.  Bell thought nothing more about the incident, at least not until after dinner. That evening, the Bells began hearing “beating” sounds on the outside walls of their log house.

The mysterious sounds continued with increased frequency and force each night. Bell and his sons often hurried outside to catch the culprit but always returned empty-handed.  In the weeks that followed, the Bell children began waking up frightened, complaining that rats were gnawing at their bedposts. Not long after that, the children began complaining of having having their bed covers pulled from them and their pillows tossed onto the floor by a seemingly invisible entity.

As time went on, the Bells began hearing faint, whispering voices, which too weak to understand but sounded like a feeble old woman singing hymns. The encounters escalated, and the Bells’ youngest daughter, Betsy, began experiencing brutal encounters with the invisible entity. It would pull her hair and slap her relentlessly, often leaving welts and hand prints on her face and body.

The entity’s voice strengthened over time to the point that it was loud and unmistakable. It sang hymns, quoted scripture, carried on intelligent conversation, and once even quoted, word-for-word, two sermons that were preached at the same time on the same day, thirteen miles apart. 

The worst thing about this was that it’s the first case recorded where a supernatural entity actually killed a human. 

John Bell breathed his last breath on  the morning of December 20, 1820, after slipping into a coma the day before.  Immediately after his death, the family found a small vial of unidentified liquid in the cupboard.  John Bell, Jr. gave some of it to the cat, which died instantly. The entity then spoke up, exclaiming joyfully, “I gave Ol’ Jack a big dose of that last night, which fixed him!”   John, Jr. quickly threw the vial into the fireplace, where it burst into a bright, bluish flame and shot up the chimney.

Read more about this here: X

witch0fspace:

My grandparents have experienced ‘Glitch in the Matrix’ things, so these are their stories.

My grandma was playing on their computer one night when this little portable TV turned itself on. She thought it was just on a timer so she turned it off. A few minutes later, it came…

militarymom:

Still married

zodiaccity:

REPOST: Which signs would likely be over-dramatic when sick or hurt?

zodiaccity:

REPOST: Which signs would likely be over-dramatic when sick or hurt?