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Is it normal to be terrified of "Greys"?

 
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Yes. Their species communicates by sticking things up each others asses, or better yet, and this I can fully understand... they believe that human beings talk out of their ass.
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To the best of my memory I've never had an anal probe, LOL. But when you take your cat or dog to the vet, what's the first thing they do? Stick a probe up the ass to check the stool for health problems. When researchers go out into the wild and tag a polar bear, they tranquilize it, take blood, weigh and measure, and yes take a stool sample via anal probe. Maybe those aliens who do anal probes are only following what they've watched humans do to other species.
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Hey princess, you are probably a homo.
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I too was terrified of aliens as a child the ones with the big heads, bug eyes and grey skin. It started when I had a dream of aliens attempting to abduct me from my bedroom one night. I looked out of my window (In the dream) and the sky was full of UFOs looking for humans.

I even used to peg up my curtains to make sure that they couldn't spy on me during the night. But more so I think I was scared to see one for myself because I totally believe they were real but they terrified me. I have sort of got over it now but not completely because grey aliens are still the things that I am most scared of.
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Greys are vicious little fuckers.
Ever since I heard George Green talking about them... I wouldn't want to meet one.

And yet, I met TWO.
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Just curious, if you're a 49-year-old Aussie bushman why do you have a pink avatar that says Princess? tounge
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My name is Samantha, a mother of 4 and at that point in my life where i'll do anything to fool myself into thinking I am younger than I am lol. I'm no bushman, we just moved away from the city to live in peace. I'm not gay but I am baffled as to why some of you use that as an insult, just makes you look stupid.

Most of you have been very helpful and I am continuing to learn from your posts. From what I have read they will increase communication if they sense fear and so I think it is best to try and beat my fears. I don't recall meeting them at any stage in my life but i'm starting to think there may be more to this fear than I can remember.
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Hi, Samantha

There IS more to the grey phenomenon. It might not be
what most people think though. I have studied them for a long time, haven't ever actually met one though unfortunately. But, I have met other types of mythological beings- at least in my dreams.

A few researchers consider them to be related to archetypes of the unconscious. Our encounter with them is always dreamlike, surreal, and loaded with symbolic imagery and numinous affects.

In this view, they aren't coming from outer space, but rather come through us from inner space, or the collective unconscious. They represent a kind of gateway to the cosmos, I suppose.

This is a link to an introduction to Jung's theory of archetypes. It doesn't mention greys specifically, but they would fit in the theory extremely well. Carl Jung also was interested in the ufo phenomenon, which he tied in with the unconscious! Unfortunately, he passed away in 1961, before the alien abduction phenomenon became widely discussed.


[link to webspace.ship.edu]

I believe it's probably a good idea to at least become familiar with a theory of 'aliens' that isn't strictly reducing them to ETs, demons from hell, or hallucinations.

-scott
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Just curious, if you're a 49-year-old Aussie bushman why do you have a pink avatar that says Princess? tounge
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My name is Samantha, a mother of 4 and at that point in my life where i'll do anything to fool myself into thinking I am younger than I am lol. I'm no bushman, we just moved away from the city to live in peace. I'm not gay but I am baffled as to why some of you use that as an insult, just makes you look stupid.

Most of you have been very helpful and I am continuing to learn from your posts. From what I have read they will increase communication if they sense fear and so I think it is best to try and beat my fears. I don't recall meeting them at any stage in my life but i'm starting to think there may be more to this fear than I can remember.
 Quoting: DOOMED!


I'm sorry if I came off sounding like an ignorant American! When you originally said your name was Sam I was thinking of a man, kind of like Crocodile Dundee, so the pink avatar was funny to me. I meant it teasingly not rudely.
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Hey, OP go through this thread...the key to overcoming this is through knowledge. As long as you stay uninformed you will be fearful. This thread will help you!

Thread: THE ARCHONS ... The Gnostic Theory of Alien Intrusion

These "greys" thrive on fear, and other variations of extreme emotion. When I first began my search for knowledge these guys came after me. When I responded with love their increased their attacks...when I kept giving them the love response they eventually went away.

Take away their fuel...
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And even if you had a pre-incarnational agreement with them,
(of which you don't consciously remember)
I believe that many times those agreements are made in ignorance of just how emotionally disruptive and sometimes physically painful those pre-agreed upon "encounters" (abductions) can be.

As a Human,you are always within your Free will to DECLINE
and thereby UPDATE your agreements, into non-agreements.

I think the reason why so many Abductees fail to make that move is that the "Greys"
are extremely clever and deceptive and very skilled at knowing how to MANIPULATE the human psyche.

They flatter you, tell you you're special, tell you that you have something that you and only you can provide and they desperately need your help...
etc.
They will butter you up to the best of their ability,
and try any angle to keep you COMPLAINT with their harvesting agenda,
because even in spite of all their brain-wave entrancing technology, ultimately they still need your Free will consent to proceed any further, and by CLEARLY asserting yourself, you CAN break their hold.


Think about what you want and Remember to EXCERCISE
your Free will options .


Good luck !!!

peace


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Much appreciated guys, I am going to learn about them and see if it helps.
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You may have been abducted and only know it subconsciously. The Greys are really from another dimension/spirit world.

Believe it or not they will leave you alone at the mention of Jesus Christ's name. They will come back though eventually and try again until they are sure you can not be swayed fro calling on Jesus' name.

This is a great place for you to learn about the Greys [link to unholycommunion.org]
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I fear grays, and it's more than fear, it's an expectation. I almost truly expect to see them coming through my bedroom door or window as I lay in bed at night, almost expect them to rip off my covers and then feel their oddly strong hands grip me with the long fingers that don't seem to have any bones and drag me off to their ship.

It's hard to sleep like that.
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This sounds like a sexual fantasy.
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Just curious, if you're a 49-year-old Aussie bushman why do you have a pink avatar that says Princess? tounge
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My name is Samantha, a mother of 4 and at that point in my life where i'll do anything to fool myself into thinking I am younger than I am lol. I'm no bushman, we just moved away from the city to live in peace. I'm not gay but I am baffled as to why some of you use that as an insult, just makes you look stupid.

Most of you have been very helpful and I am continuing to learn from your posts. From what I have read they will increase communication if they sense fear and so I think it is best to try and beat my fears. I don't recall meeting them at any stage in my life but i'm starting to think there may be more to this fear than I can remember.
 Quoting: DOOMED!


I'm sorry if I came off sounding like an ignorant American! When you originally said your name was Sam I was thinking of a man, kind of like Crocodile Dundee, so the pink avatar was funny to me. I meant it teasingly not rudely.
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That's ok, but I am quite sensitive about this subject so I may not take to teasing and jokes all that well. No harm done :)

Just a quick update, still scared of them despite a week of looking at pictures, I rarely sweat but put a picture infront of me and i'm a mess. I shared my story with a young man named John while I was on a 4 hour bus trip 2 days ago. John was very interested, more so than a stranger should be and seemed to know quite a bit about aliens. He seemed to beleive that they were evil little guys, but got orders from somewhere else. I sat and listened happily but did not retain much, I can't bring myself to beleive they exist just yet because I have got so many different stories about them.
(I told him I post here so John if you read this thanks for making the trip fly by and feel free to post, i'm sure you have much to contribute).

He mentioned that I may know a hybrid, as in half man half ET and that somehow that is playing on my mind. We kind of left the discussion there as I don't really have many friends and none of my family have grey skin :p

So... tonight I am alone and thinking of greys but for once the fear is being drowned out of my head by the sound of Koalas calling for a mate, a more disturbing sound you will not hear! a little bit of comedy in an otherwise quite scary bush at night. If anyone can give me some writings on hybrids i'd be interested in reading about them, sounds pretty out there if you ask me though.


Thanks again to everyone, I always thought this forum had a reputation for insulting people like me but you have all been very helful and kind at the same time - I really do appreciate every comment!
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Re: Is it normal to be terrified of "Greys"?
Yes

Lots of people on here believe in them, and claim to have had encounters.

They arenít evil; they just donít view people as equals so they can be kind of ruthless.

I bet if you learned more about them you wouldnít be as afraid of them. But then again it could make it worse considering how fucking creepy they are even to those who know about them.
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This is a very baccurate response. The only part I would disagree with, is the assumption that they do not view people as equals. That statement is making it sound that Greys 'think' like humans. They don't. It is not that they do not view us as equals, it is that they just think very different from us. It is more like they do not understand thatt our emotioons are so powerful to us, as they are not so powerful, so controlling for them. That doesn't make them bad, or negative, just very different from us.
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put pictures of them eveywher, your fear will go. psycologists have a word for this but its late and i cant think of it.
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Everything I've heard points to them being pissed of at the job they have.

I think they just loathe us.
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in the face of being ridiculed on here i will state that i am a mom as well and am an abductee now i will never believe that i am because i am still going to believe that if i can't see it that it must not be real.

but for my story yes they are terrifying and i have always been afraid of them to a point. as for allot of the things i read on here about the different species yes i believe there are and there are allot of different human races ones that are not nice and ones are. just like the people on this planet some are nice some are not. so you have to decide for yourself what to believe about them. i have learned to just understand my situation and deal with it.
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Did anyone in the US see a Movie trailer yet for a Movie called "Paul"? It is about a Grey alien.

Just Google the "Paul Movie" It's supposed to be hitiing theatres March 18. I'm surprised nobody has mentioned this yet on GLP.
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Link to Pau Movie trailer. OP, you may want to skip this one.

[link to paul.the-movie-trailer.com]
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Me too, OP. Just a still picture of them gives me a cold sweat. There's no way I could watch a movie like Communion. I forced myself to watch Close Encounters once, but I can't do it again.

As far as past experiences, I saw "something" in the sky when I was 10 or 11 years old. It was nighttime, around 10pm, and I was laying in bed, looking out my window. When I saw the "thing", I totally panicked, hid under my covers, then suddenly found myself unable to move. I desperately feared that "they" would see me, although I don't know who "they" were. I have no idea what happened afterwards, because it was instantly morning. It was definitely not a dream. I was wide awake, however, there is no memory between finding myself unable to move and daylight.

I'm not saying I was abducted ... I honestly don't know WHAT happened ... but between that experience and being terrified at even a picture of a gray, it's pretty strange indeed.

Even more strange ... after I finally got up the nerve to go into the woods where the "thing" appeared to land, I found a very unusual rock-like object. It hadn't been there before. I loved collecting rocks, and I would've seen it. It was white with tiny blue specks, and almost appeared to be melted plastic, but it was hard like a stone. I took it home with me, but unfortunately my mom threw out my rock collection when we moved. :-(
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Bah you have nothing to fear. They just mutilate humans from time to time...

[link to www.crowdedskies.com]




Teehee.

Well who knows maybe you have been abducted before.

That said, in sleep paralysis your mind is in hypnagogic state or something, and whatever fear you have WILL call images. You may see a Gray, and someone elese may see a Witch, and somepne else will see a Demon, etc. In other words, in sleep paralysis, your own "culturally" learned fears can show up.

If it doesn't cost too much, why not see a therapist? You might find, that your fear of grays is a cover for something deeper. I think just honestly opening up about that to a therapist may alleviate the fear, regardless whether you have been abducted or not.
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After years of research, I've come to conclusion that "Greys", "Reptilians" ,etc is all BS. The truth is, its all been an illusion to project fear into your hearts. There are beings known as "Jinn" that live right here on earth, you just cant physically see them with your 5 senses unless they care to show themselves to you. They masquerade around as greys,any monster they can think of to scare you.

The jig is up.
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Me too, OP. Just a still picture of them gives me a cold sweat. There's no way I could watch a movie like Communion. I forced myself to watch Close Encounters once, but I can't do it again.

As far as past experiences, I saw "something" in the sky when I was 10 or 11 years old. It was nighttime, around 10pm, and I was laying in bed, looking out my window. When I saw the "thing", I totally panicked, hid under my covers, then suddenly found myself unable to move. I desperately feared that "they" would see me, although I don't know who "they" were. I have no idea what happened afterwards, because it was instantly morning. It was definitely not a dream. I was wide awake, however, there is no memory between finding myself unable to move and daylight.

I'm not saying I was abducted ... I honestly don't know WHAT happened ... but between that experience and being terrified at even a picture of a gray, it's pretty strange indeed.

Even more strange ... after I finally got up the nerve to go into the woods where the "thing" appeared to land, I found a very unusual rock-like object. It hadn't been there before. I loved collecting rocks, and I would've seen it. It was white with tiny blue specks, and almost appeared to be melted plastic, but it was hard like a stone. I took it home with me, but unfortunately my mom threw out my rock collection when we moved. :-(
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It is comforting to know i'm not alone, thank you very much for sharing your experience :)
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Bah you have nothing to fear. They just mutilate humans from time to time...

[link to www.crowdedskies.com]




Teehee.

Well who knows maybe you have been abducted before.

That said, in sleep paralysis your mind is in hypnagogic state or something, and whatever fear you have WILL call images. You may see a Gray, and someone elese may see a Witch, and somepne else will see a Demon, etc. In other words, in sleep paralysis, your own "culturally" learned fears can show up.

If it doesn't cost too much, why not see a therapist? You might find, that your fear of grays is a cover for something deeper. I think just honestly opening up about that to a therapist may alleviate the fear, regardless whether you have been abducted or not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1284296


I had hoped opening up here would do the trick but so far it hasn't, I do appreciate the time everyone has used to post though and many have been very helpful and understanding.
Seeing a therapist is something I have seriously considered but I don't really like the thought of sharing personal stories with them. That and I view them as money hungry leeches... even though they may not be.
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Hi Sam!

Glad that you have been learning from what others have posted.
Since you mentioned wanting to learn about the greys and hybrids, I found an excellent site written by an experiencer. She has written 2 books, one a free ebook. I have found her writings to be quite fascinating and thoroughly informative. She's had some pretty amazing experiences with numerous aliens and hybrids. She does have drawings on her site but most of them are in a certain section just for pictures.

[link to alienjigsaw.com]
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Thanks for the link, nearly 5am here and i'm in darkness so i'll leave it for the morning when i'm not so on edge.

Just to set you all up with a picture, i'm sitting infront of my laptop infront of a large window that overlooks an empty field for about 1km followed by thick bush. There are 2 trees on the horizon seperated by a few meters, as there are no lights around for kms the moon is the only source of light.Everytime I look out into the darkness my head puts a tiny sillouette of a grey between these 2 trees and I find myself constantly looking over my shoulder.

It's a feeling of being watched by something but nothing is there. The crazy in me wants to remove myself from the window, get up and swipe at the obvious empty room just incase something is cloaked but I know better (if I didn't then I'd question my sanity).

I'm not at the point where i'm scared, it's a wierd kind of sensation to put into words.
I also have this beyond terrifying thougt that i'll look out the window just behind the laptop to have a greys head pop up and say "hello" *shudders*
So with that said I now feel uneasy looking out and will go to bed. It's a shame, the night sky is beautiful tonight...

thanks all!





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