Incoming green text of my most recent sleep paralysis experience. This one was much different from my past experiences because for the first time I experienced auditory hallucinations. Normally it's just the feeling of being watched. So what I'm really getting at is should I be making more out of what happened to me or just brush it off as sleep paralysis.
>been browsing /x/ for the past few days reading all the spoopy stories
>so I'm a little paranoid
>feel like SOMETHING is going to happen because I've been reading this shit
>last night I was extremely tired and went to bed at 9:30
>I woke up at exactly 3am
>although I do this habitually every night so it wasn't really out of the norm
>what was out of the norm was that someone was walking around in my apartment
>I just chalked it up to being one of my roommates
>but nonetheless /x/ had made me paranoid
>so I cautiously got up and locked my door
>and stayed up for an hour listening to this person pace around
>needless to say as soon as it was 4am this ended
>witching hour over
>so I go back to sleep
>an hour later I wake up with sleep paralysis, but I don't realize it yet
>I hear what sound like someone pacing outside my door with a glass full of ice and water
>it was making this constant clinking sound
>at first they were outside my door
>so I believed it to be a roommate
>but all of a sudden the pacing noise, a heavy breathing (presumably my own) and the clinking noise are occurring directly behind me
>whatever I was hearing was standing next to my bed
>once I realize this I can feel a pressure push down on the bed right next to my back
>exactly like someone slipped into bed with me
>the moment this happens there is loud thunder-crack like noise
>no storms were occurring in my are either
>this loud noise originated from room
>at the same time as the thunder-crack struck, my vision flashed completely black for a second or two
>like I was blinded with darkness
>as soon as I regained my vision all feelings of being watched, paranoia, etc. disappeared
So was this a normal case of sleep paralysis, or should chalk this up to the spiritual/demonic realm?
Brush it off. Brush it of as a normal case of sleep paralysis. I have experienced sleep paralysis countless times. When reading through threads on /x/, they might influence you dreams which explains why it feels much more demonic than normally. To me it sounds like a combination of a nightmare, sleep paralysis and possible roommate sounds. You say you were already paranoid and locked your door in the middle of the night, sounds very much like the source of a good nightmare.
Ok, but this is something that has always bothered me. For at least the last 3 years I wake up at 3am every night. I've read that 3am is the Devil's hour. Anything paranormal in that?
not him, but yes. their world and our world are closest together between about 2am-4am depending on the location of the sun. i didnt read your greentext but I had constant sleep paralysis for months, often involving some sort of demonic manifestation or contact. I stopped them using tibetan dzi beads.. but any sort of magick would probably work if you put enough into it. it wasn't until a few months after it was all over that i learned a jealous cunt had been cursing me on a regular basis
When I get them I see strange black creature coming out of my walls. Like spiders or snakes. Once I saw a pole with arms and legs come into my room and said " his awake" then the pole open door and left. I learned how to detect a sleep paralyze coming and how to wake myself up.
If you are sincerely afraid this might have anything to do with it, I have a very good suggesion. Pray. It may sounds extremely weird, especially from someone browsing these boards, but I think this helps in `brushing off` your fears. Think of it as a form of meditation. It really helped for me, also during a sleep paralysis. I used to have the kind of sleep paralysis that I would wake up screaming and in utter panic, soaked in sweat. Still being confused for minutes after.
I wish it was something I could decide not to believe in. Sleep paralysis is not something 'to believe in' it just is, and if you have experienced it, you know for sure. Whether you believe its demonic or not, thats up to you.