"Abductions" DO NOT exist :They are misinterpreted sleep phenomena
Pwinslo at ssb1.saff.utah.edu
Fri Apr 24 11:16:53 EST 1998
>> I can vouch fully for the 'reality' of lucid dreaming, and have no
>> problem _whatsoever_ with the theory that it's behind most abduction
>> cases, especially with the obvious pointers of 'being paralysed' and
>> somehow waking up 'miraculously' back in bed.
>> >> That sleep paralysis theory is crap, it doesn't hold water.
>> >> There are people who are having totally conscious abductuctions.
>> >It appears to me that one reason for confusion with this, is that there
>> >are multiple and related abduction phenomena, most of which take place
>> >in dream states, and some which do not.
>Everybody that I know of has lucid dreams once in while.
>The whole point of being an intelligent dreamer is to
>wake up and say, "that was a good dream"!!
I completely agree with you. I have lucid dreams once in a while and
when I first wake up it is hard to believe it didn't really happen but
still I know that it wasn't real.
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