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  1. Wow very interesting experience! What, if anything, have you taken from the imagery of yourself being the imprisoned old man within the cage? Thankfully I have only experienced sleep paralysis once but it was utterly terrifying As I believed that I was waking up I realised (or interpreted) that I'd actually been woken by a demon clutching at my throat, I tried to fight but instantly this thing had me pinned to the ceiling and was thrashing me against it repeatedly whilst screaching in demonic tones. The whole experience seemed so very real and when I eventually did wake up and it w
  2. At the beginning of the dream I was very content yes. It was a rare occasion of my parents getting along and actually taking me somewhere and they were acting in love. Interestingly at the exact same time frame I experienced this nightly dream I also was doing some very strange things in real life. Bedwetting, urinating in secret on the floor in my room before my mom woke up and when I did use the bathroom I was trying to pee like a boy. Please don't judge me I was 5 years old and of course am embarrassed by this lol. And there was indeed a fear of losing them at this time, they were in their
  3. I'm young-ish, 29. My family is definitely one of a lot of alienation and I was exposed to weird films as a child! Thank you for your reply!
  4. I'm 29 but my parents were in their 50s at the time. They did indeed have a record player and we had a few of those TVs where you had to put a pound in! None of my great grandparents were alive at this time but both of my grandmother's were. Thank you for your reply!
  5. Hi all! As the title suggests this is about one of the strangest and most memorable recurring dreams I used to have as a child, at around 5 years old. So the dream always began with me skipping alongside my parents to what was at the time, the local playground. As we approached the play area my dad would notice and point out a new piece of equipment, which appeared to be a slide that went into the ground, there would be a short conversation between my parents and I about where the slide led to, with my dad always reassuring my mom and I that it must pop out somewhere else and for me to go and
  6. I have an IQ of 121 so slightly above average but by no means genius level (unlike my bf who has an IQ of 160, I believe.) However I dropped out of school at the age of 14 and never completed my GCSE's, so to society, I'm an idiot with only cleaning experience. It's my belief that emotional intelligence (as someone else previously stated) and general "life knowledge" is far more important and useful than academia most of the time anyway. My life has not changed in any way since learning my IQ score so really its irrelevant. Just try every day to do your best and be a decent person and a happy
  7. I'm inclined to agree with you, Alexa, and I shall do!
  8. It does indeed sound like something I may have heard (well likely read) about before. In my opinion it would definitely explain a lot - I'm inclined to think I may have read this on a thread somewhere as a possible explanation for the Mandela effect, amongst other things. Very interesting subject!
  9. My bf literally told me to read the epic of gilgamesh an hour ago and then I stumbled across this on here!!
  10. Wow I did not at all know this and find it to be quite whimsical! Thanks for sharing
  11. Hi all! 29 year Old female from UK and very pleased to be here. I was a long time lurker of the original forum and must admit I miss it terribly but here seems pretty cool too and I figured why not sign up and become a contributing part of the present DI forums! I've enjoyed a lot of threads on here so far and look forward to many more to come. Good vibes and light to all
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