Conspiracy Talk Archive July 08 2012

 

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08 Jul 2012 22:54:00
Iv never posted or told anyone about what happened to me and I know its not the first time its happened, but when I was trying to get to sleep a few night ago I felt totally stuck to the bed I couldnt move an inch, open my eyes or move my lips and I was totally aware what was happening to me, I also heard a srange noise in my head which sounded like a frequency on tuning into a radio station it was the stranged thing Iv ever heard and if you could imagine waves and waves of the frequency going through your head then being totally paralysed to the bed and cant move a muscle, I felt as if something was there, has anyone else had this stuff happen to them?

Rohan

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I had this happen to me twice a few years ago, I woke up in the night paralysed and felt like someone was sitting across my chest, as soon as I was able to scream out it went. I think the house I lived in was haunted as it as over 300 years old and when I selling the house I took pics and when they were developed there were numerous orbs in the bedroom where I had the experience, I also found out years later that my brother had the same thing but never said anything. Not sure if it's the same for you but I definitely have had the same thing happen to me.

Monty

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I have read quite a bit of these cases ,i am no expert but what i have gathered is rohan your experience could be a number of things from seizures /sleep disorder to alien abduction, i am not saying its any of them ,and to monty your experience sounds like a classic case of "Old Hag" Syndrome.you mentioned your home was haunted ,if u google old hag syndrome it will explain a lot better than me.
frankyscouse

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Iv had this a few times, its called sleep paralysis (sorry for spelling) first time i had it i s**t myself. google it.
duggo

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Hello, have had simillar experience a handful of times over the last 5/6 yrs. I am in bed and seem to have woken up but im hanging over the edge of the bed and feel numb and fuzzy and paralysed and really have to fight.to try and move and eventually fall off my bed. Weird, after this everything goes blank and i wake up in bed as normal and have forgotten what happened. It seems very real and vivid and i always notice it is early morning and bright

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It's sleep paralysis brought on usually by being a heavy drinker, used to get it all the time when I was in my early 20's, don't get it now as I don't drink as much. My brother and my mates also had same problem.

It can be really scary

Bowbhoy

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I went through this years ago, and i paniced. Doctor laughed when i told him my concern and told me it was nothing to worry about and its common. Its called Hypnogogic, a sleep paralysis brought on by heavy drinking (as a previous post also claims) or stress.

i believed at the time i was having a stroke in my sleep, i can honestly say i was scared beyond belief. i dont get it at all now and im 31 and got it frequent when i was 24ish. Rosco

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Your body releases a hormone which paralyses the body when asleep so you do not act out your dreams.
When woken suddenly it can take a while for the hormones to filter out and therefore yu feel paralysed but awake.Its quite common had some experiences myself.My friend actually had to go to the doctors about it as every time he woke up it would be like two minutes before he could move and we would play some horrible pranks on him when he was staying on our sofa lets just say he got a nice tea bag for his cup some mornings (sorry Terry).

Kopping a feel

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I used to have the same problem its like there was someone sitting on me and one time when i woke up from one of these dreams i saw a shadow in my room it was like a child's shadow hiding besides my wardrobe very very frightening. no lie iv had other weird experienceses through these dreams also

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Thanks for the reply folks as long as im not going mental then I guess its ok! Dont drink an awful lot but I do have bad excema(bad spelling probably) which is caused by stress/anxiety or so the doctor says

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I have also experienced being "stuck to the bed" I took a few speckled mitsubishis one saturday night and couldn't for the life of me control my body, the radio frequency sounds also numbed my mind

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Cheers Frankyscouse, I researched 'Old Hag' syndrome and it was spot on with what I experienced, I only had it in that house and in that bed and not had it since, and I'm convinced that it had something to do with that house and I can assure everyone on here that it's a very scary experience.

Monty

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No problems monty glad it reassured you,in a few houses that have been haunted old hag sydrome mentioned a lot,it would deffo s ..t me up.
frankyscouse

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Ed what do you make of Rohan's case? To me this sounds a lot like the movie "The fourth Kind" which showed a lot of real life footage as it was based on true events. It was more of a documentary in many ways and was simply incredible, I hate to say it Rohan but in my opinion that sounds an awful lot like an alien abduction. However so long as you make it be known that you do not give permission for anyone to enter your personal space they are unable to do anything. There are galactic rules in a sense, mainly just being that without your permission no one is able to enter your personal space.
KiwiRed

{Ed033's Note - i would hope that this and 99.9% of this type of experience would be of the "sleep paralysis" type experience otherwise there's too much abducting going on.

I also think that saying do not give permission for anyone to enter your personal space and they are unable to do anything is wishful thinking as we know abductions do take place and the abductors couldn't care less about your permission.

Loads of witnesses that have claimed they have been abducted by ETs have said they didn't give permission to the ETs but the ETs still went ahead. Also MILabs (Military abductions) also abduct people and wouldn't take any notice of your permission.

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Here's my experience. just before getting up, i have a sense of consciousness. i am trying to open my eyelids but i can't. i feel something is forcing them closed. and then after some struggle, i manage to wake.....i have always thought that my blanket was weighing down on my eyelids (to comfort myself).....reading this now, sounds like a real problem

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This is easily explainable mate, it was known throughout history as the witch on your back but today is known as sleep paralysis i my self have experienced it and i know what causes it in my case, just out of curiosity did you take a nap 6-7 hours before bed at which time this occurred ??

YorkshireRed

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Thankfully I've never suffered from sleep paralysis. But my Dad and sister do frequently.
The weirdest part is for years my Dad experienced it, then when my sister experienced it she was terrified. Not just because of the sleep paralysis, but because of the "shadow man in her room"
After she said that, my Dad said he'd seen the same every time he felt paralysed.
We moved not long after and nobody's seen anything since.

J

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How interesting to read about all you guys experiences with sleep paralysis. I myself experienced this, although just the once, unlike the repeat occurrences of many of you here. Christmas Eve, 2011 and i will never forget it. I had fallen asleep on the sofa and from what transpired I believed that my eyes were wide open, though I could'nt move a muscle. It was cold, extremely cold. I mean it was unbelieveably cold in what was an otherwise very warm house on Christmas Eve. Anyway, try as I might, I just coud not move or even flinch. I felt as though I was awake, as if everything around me was as normal, except bitterly cold. I remember struggling to move my hands and tilt my head as I was looking straight up at the ceiling and felt really vulnerable. I was panicking so badly by this stage and the fact that I couldn't scream or call out was making it worse.
Then things took a turn for the worse. There was some some of dark figure in the room, I couldn't tilt my head to see it, but it was there, and it was getting slowly closer and closer to me on the sofa. I really began to panic and struggle I remember I was sweating really badly. Eventually, as it got nearer and almost to the point were i could see it in more detail, my fingers started to move and I finally snapped out of it and shot up. Very frightened, sweating and panting for breath. The room warmed instantly. Strange experience which I hope to never repeat! EmeraldKop87

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I have experienced this whilst in Israel at a kibbutz, i too saw dark shapes and what felt like a cat on my chest make of that what you will but i could not move, when i broke the sleep sitting up shouting my freind the other side of the room did it in unison, wierd, freaked me out and still does to this day

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08 Jul 2012 21:04:10
one thing i've noticed with all these conspiracy theories is that its always some shady shadowy secret group thats running things. However how does that work in reality. You can't run things by committee, there's always differing factions and opinions. In any organisation it always comes down to one man, if you climb high enough its always one man in charge with total power. Below him might be say an advisory group who do the actual running but just one person is directing things. Is that possible?

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I disagree if it was just one man/woman who was in charge of everything it would be to much temptation to bump them off if there was something you did not agree with,i think there are a small few people who are running the world order.
frankyscouse

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Good point Franky, but what if the 1 person in charge was from some sacred bloodline, or family that is considered sacred, and everyone's sworn allegiance to that person. Based on some of the stuff i've read i think treason like planning on bumping off the top bod would not go down too well. Not saying it doesn't happen of course. Maybe they'd start off as in charge and the "council" has just took over and use whoever as an internal figurehead?
Just thought would offer a different line of thinking.

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Even if it was a sacred bloodline everyone has enemies and its human nature that the more you have the more you want, even royalty threw-ought the centuries have plotted to kill each other to become king/queen.
frankyscouse

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I think its like the mafia, there are powerfull families and they agree on things and help each other out and have to all agree and get each others say so on important matters

Matt_RFC

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Totally agree matt.
frankyscouse

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Ok fair point, i just thought i;d throw the idea out there.

Agree with the powerful things, but even with the mafia there is always one dominant family, one more powerful than the others.

Maybe its evolved into that kind of structure, from a rule of 1 into a cabal of families type structure.

{Ed033's Note - They have this idea that there is a "special" bloodline and the closer you are to that "special" bloodline the higher up you go in society. For instance you can't get above a certain rank in the armed forces unless you're within 1% of the "special" bloodline and the difference between a 5 star general and a 3 star general of the same age is not competence but the 5 star general is closer to the "special" bloodline.

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I think it is more genes and intelligence with the military, which you could argue the genes are passed down from ancestor which is interpreted as the "special bloodline". On the other point who's to say certain people have control over different area's. I think it is more powerful people join forces to influence things. The military industrial complex and OPEC would be two example off the top of my head.
Andrew

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08 Jul 2012 20:17:31
Has anyone heard of the theory that the missing 8 minutes on the watergate tapes actually consist of Nixon talking about the existence of et's? Heard about this the other day and couldn't find any info.

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It was 18 minutes that were missing

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08 Jul 2012 04:23:48
Eds, new to this site......find it very interesting, I normally just look at the Liverpool rumours page so..........its a slight change. IVe been reading a lot of stuff recently though about the iluminati and how they control the worlds governments, basically I wanted to get your thoughts on their symbol being the eye of Lucifer at the top of a pyramid and how this eye is being used in many forms of media today such as music videos adverts, and the like?

Cheers

R@

{Ed033's Note - Symbols are known to affect us. There is a sub-conscious communication of sorts that can go on when we see symbols.

This particular symbol of the eye at the top of the pyramid appears to mean different things to different groups and even within those groups, you will be told different things depending on what level you are.

Richard Hoagland is fond of saying. "The lie is different at every level". If you take freemasonry for example, 33 degree freemason, Albert Pike wrote that the people at the lower degrees were told complete rubbish and the funny thing is that there are actually higher degrees than 33, so it could be that Albert Pike himself was being told rubbish himself.

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The eye is, in my opinion, symbolising the third eye (pineal gland). Everyone has one but as it is coated in fluoride it is not active.

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It's an "all seeing" eye IMO as it sits in the top of the pyramid that could potentially mean different things.
I believe it also is surrounded by reptile like skin which could be linked to reptilians etc. Regarding Symbolism, I was looking at the symbol of Scientology with the snake (I'm presuming reptilian) but the 2 pyramids suggest a group within and above another group. Anyone wonder what or who this represents, ed/anyone?

Supasub

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08 Jul 2012 13:12:52
What do you guys think of David Icke?
Ive started reading his book "the biggest secret" after some one posted a link to it on here.
Some of his views i can believe like there are people (or a brotherhood as he calls it) who have control over certain things ie the stock market so thety can make things work for them and the fact that 1000's of years ago ETs came down and had some involvement with early man.
But Icke says that these people that control the world (the brotherhood) are ETs known as Reptilians who can shape shift.
If such creatures were on earth surley they would find a quicker way to control the earth rather than messing with the goverment, stock market, baks etc

RedLeigh9

{Ed033's Note - The biggest secret book is old information that david Icke thought was true back then. You should forget about reading that book and read his latest book as this will contain the latest info that David Icke believes to be accurate.

David Icke seems to get more accurate as time goes on. David Icke's latest book is: Human Race Get off Your Knees - The Lion Sleeps No More

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Sorry ed have to disagree David Icke is nothing more than a man taking credit for others findings and he makes money from it.My friend says its ridiculous he just had a thought about the moon matrix (f*** off he stole it from others on the internet) we do his investigating for him then he ties it into his own theorys.He does no real work just finds something he can use and makes outlandish claims about it.

Kopping a feel

{Ed033's Note - All i said was David Icke seems to get more accurate as time goes on, I didn't say anything else. David Icke's latest information is about the Archons which I heard John Lash talking about on radio programs over 5 years ago. David Icke used John Coleman's book committee of 300 and Jordan Maxwell's info to start his career but at the same time David Icke has done a fantastic job of "waking people up" and I say great job David Icke.

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08 Jul 2012 00:16:55
Scientists suggest that with the advances in technology that there are people alive today who will reach 1000 yrs old.
Sure the rulers wouldn't want this due to over consumption of the planets resources?
What's the likely hood of being able to plant ones consciousness into a cloned body?

NoneTheWiser

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Cool, 1000 years, I may yet live to see Liverpool win the premier league!

{Ed033's Note - The ruling class want this technology for themselves to live long lives not for us.

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I say to that do you really want to live to be 1000, thats like 800 years in the work place, F that. On the Liverpool point I hope it doesn't come to that.
Andrew

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