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pdf Alien Nightmares , ebook Alien Nightmares , epub Alien Nightmares , doc Alien Nightmares , e-pub Alien Nightmares , Alien Nightmares 5e8af72b780 Extraordinary True Life Chronicles Of A UFO Alien Abductee As Revealed Through Vividly Creepy Dreams And Screen Memories Walk The Scary Trails With Me, Haunted By Creatures Who Followed Me For Decades With Night Terrors, Monstrous Visitors, Bizarre Visions, And Fright Nights That Had Me Turning On All The Lights Afraid To Go To SleepJourney With Me Into Alien Nightmares Full Of The Dreams, Memories, And Vivid Imagery Which Led Me To Believe That Extraterrestrials Had Come CallingI Lived In An Amazing World Full Of Terrifying Creatures, Whirlwinds, Bizarre Tasks And Puzzles, And Night Visitors Who Took Me And Left Me Feeling Drugged UFOs Flew In And Out Of My Dreams For Decades And I D Wake Up Knowing That This Dream Was Not Like The Others, Especially When They Left Me Utterly Terrified There Was No Such Thing As A Safe Place And I Knew ItWho Were They What Did They Want Remember The Old Saying, Judge Not, Lest Ye Be Judged Well It S Coming Home To Roost And It S Riding In On A UFO Are The Aliens The Antichrist That The Bible Warns Of Or Are They Our Lifeboats To A Brave New World Do They Bring A Message Of Empowerment, Or Are We Just Rats In A Maze Whoever They Are, One Thing Is Certain We Cannot Handle Their TruthIf You Are A Believer, You Ll See Screen Memories From An Abductee If You Are A Skeptic, You Ll See A Child With A Big Imagination And An Adult Who Experiences Extraordinarily Vivid Nightmares Either Way, God Help You If The Nightmares Ever Come And Haunt You


10 thoughts on “Alien Nightmares

  1. says:

    One of the most fascinating, crucial, and frightening aspects of the alien abduction phenomenon is the idea of screened memories or virtual reality scenarios the protective or deceptive memories the aliens implant into dreams or into the conscious memory of individuals Even under hypnosis, it is possible the individual may only uncover the screened scenario hiding the actual course of events behind a mental veil There could be many people out there with strange dreams who suspect nothing of them and perhaps ignorance is bliss However, for the people who think there is something at play, determining what are dreams, screened memories, and actual events can prove to be a nightmare.The author is one of those individuals who suspects there is at play, and documents the many strange dreams and experiences throughout her life which have led her to believe they may be screened memories of alien abduction beginning from an early age The dreams are eerily similar to the accounts reported by Dr Karla Turner in her case studies on the phenomenon extraterrestrials masquerading as friends, loved ones, religious figures, animals, insects, and even Santa Claus depending on the individual and their age This coupled with sheer terror bruises that weren t there the night before UFO sightings in the area at the time and mysterious undiagnosed health problems all add to the mystery.The author also documents a couple of intriguing conscious paranormal incidents which are not uncommon with abductees One incident described the author is asleep, and is suddenly awoken by a pressure pushing her right hip down into the bed She awoke to feel a negative presence in the room, however, did not see anything there Another remarkable incident involves a case of missing time spanning three days The account is documented in her diary below Lost days I was living in a small town where the primary social outlet was to hang out with your friends at the local bar They served sandwiches and snacks, had a jukebox, and were centrally located so we all met up there several nights a week One evening I left to go home and get something and said I d be right back Apparently I didn t show up again until several days later My girlfriend made a pretty big deal about it wondering where I d been I do not remember the details any except that I told her I had JUST left an hour earlier, and not days ago as she had claimed For me, I left and came right back as promised For my friend, there was a several day gap in between p 95 The conclusion is excellent, and offers a balanced and objective view as to what may be the cause behind the phenomenon Do the ET s view and treat us in the same way we view and farm animals Are they feeding off us on an energetic and physical level Do they have souls in the same manner that we do Are they here to assist in our evolution as spiritual beings Are we being manipulated for some purpose or agenda Are they here to show us what we are doing to our planet And so on The author notes how the aliens have done nothing to us which we haven t done to ourselves When I thought about that, that really is entirely true The truth is, nobody really knows the reason behind the phenomenon for sure at this point in time.May the light shine bright in you all.


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    I love a good conspiracy story and while Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions isn t exactly a conspiracy tale, the idea that the government has been covering up proof of alien visitations is That led me to read this non fiction book that details the author s experiences with alien abduction and screen memories.Synopsis from the author Explore the true life chronicles of a UFO alien abductee as revealed through vividly creepy dreams and screen memories, haunted by mushroom skinned beings who followed me for decades from Upstate, New York to Atlanta, Georgia.They came to me in early childhood, long before the advent of the internet and cable TV could put their faces in front of the world Nobody was talking about little gray aliens, and yet my dreams were full of aliens and UFOs which left glowing circles in the back yard.Those childhood visitations coincided with some of the hottest periods of UFO activity in Upstate, New York The massive blackout of 1965 which shut down power over six states and a portion of Canada The 1965 UFO crash in Kecksburg, Pennsylvania The Great Ithaca Flap of UFO sightings in 1967 1968I lived in an amazing world full of terrifying creatures, whirlwinds, bizarre tasks and puzzles, and night visitors who took me and then left me feeling drugged UFOs flew in and out of my dreams for decades and I d wake up knowing that this dream was not like the others, especially when they left me utterly terrified There was no such thing as a safe place and I knew it.As an adult, the UFO dreams followed by night terrors had me turning on all the lights afraid to go back to sleep Even my cats took part in these alien nightmares, on one occasion being sandwiched in between the inner and outer window of my house as if stuck in an abduction gone awry.Faces rushed at me in the dark, and hands touched me as I laid in bed, even though nobody was in the house This coincided with UFO waves hitting the United States Wytheville, Virginia 1500 sightings in 1987 1988 Gulf Breeze, Florida 200 sightings from 1987 1992 Atlanta, Georgia my UFO nightmares from 1987 1993, Atlanta being directly on the flight path between Wytheville and Gulf BreezeWere these really just coincidences spanning decades from 1959 into the mid 1990s, including an incident where I went missing as a toddler Decades marched on and the vivid imagery changed, with end of the world scenarios that left me believing that I d missed out on the Rapture.Who were they What did they want Remember the old saying, Judge not, lest ye be judged Well it s coming home to roost and it s riding in on a UFO Are the aliens the antichrist that the Bible warns of Or are they our lifeboats to a brave new world Do they bring a message of empowerment, or are we just rats in a maze Whoever they are, one thing is certain We cannot handle their truth.If you are a believer, you ll see screen memories from an abductee If you are a skeptic, you ll see a child with a big imagination and an adult who experiences extraordinarily vivid UFO dreams Either way, God help you if the nightmares ever come and haunt youWhat I liked Sharon Delarose makes a compelling case for her experiences While I cannot claim to be a victim of an abduction, I can see how her experiences would lead her to the conclusions she reaches in the book Add to it the paralyzing fear she felt, the recurring dreams, and her explanations of screen memories, and I was intrigued While it wasn t a fun read in the traditional sense, it was certainly eye opening What I didn t like Parts of the book were a little repetitive and seemed to be out of sequence I found myself having to jump back and forth to check details when the same events were mentioned in different parts of the book.Overall impression Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions was a very interesting read For believers in UFOs and abductions, I can see how it would bring back haunting memories screen or otherwise I would recommend it to anyone who wants information about the possibilities of UFO abductions and how they might be masked And, I will be checking my windows before bed tonight My rating 4 Stars


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    Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions by Sharon Delarose is a nonfiction book about alien abduction that describes dream imagery and memories about visiting extraterrestrials.This nonfiction book recounts the contents of a woman s lifelong dream journal It details her experiences with repeated alien kidnappings The book presents an analysis of re occurring dreams and their common elements, and fits everything into a structure called Screen Memories The Screen Memories are repeated false memories that mask what really happened to the author during alien visits But even false memories have patterns, and this book peels back the mask.Throughout the book, the author correlates empirical events from news media reports and dream journal entries The writing style is matter of fact, has attention to detail, and shows organized thinking Despite the fantastical subject area, the alien abduction accounts have a refreshing clinical factualness The book s painstaking correlation of the journal with media research produces a plausible Screen Memories theory.Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions is an excellent treatment of a topic that polarizes people into believers or doubters Believers find reassurance that they share a sobering, and terrifying, comradery with other abductees Doubters put it all into the has a vivid imagination bucket This book does an excellent job of systematically analyzing the dreams and the related actual events Even though the author s memories were masked by aliens, there is too much coincidence with real events to dismiss the journal entries The book could convince the doubter there might be something alien going on, after all.Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions is recommended for readers who enjoy true accounts Other readers that demand correlated facts to give credence to fantastical accounts would enjoy the painstaking cross referencing No matter if you are an alien abduction believer or doubter, this book delivers treats for both camps.


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    I have never read a book on alien abductions before, and I must say that while I do think it possible that aliens visited our planets eons ago, it is much difficult for me to believe that they are zipping in and out around our planet on a daily basis Keeping in mind the unimaginably long distances they d have to travel, and the need for a mode of travel faster than the speed of light, I tend to remain a skeptic That being said, the author makes very compelling arguments and offers some really disturbing insights to back up her claims.One thing I found interesting was the fact that even as a young girl, her dreams bothered her enough that she felt driven to keep a journal of them The extent to which she is able to correlate her own dreams with the dozens of cases of UFO documented activity is also compelling The descriptions of feeling drugged after the whirlwind dreams was probably the most convincing evidence, in my opinion I would have liked to see some scientific evidence for example, positive pregnancy tests for the two alleged pregnancies she suspects were alien terminated The connections she makes between alien activity and religious history are not something new.Over all, this book was a disturbing read I was a little overwhelmed by the many different dream sequences It also seemed to me that the screen memories were probably a little less traumatic than the real memories would have been I think that readers who have had similar experiences, will appreciate this book Whether you are a believer or not, you will find this an interesting read The author makes it clear that her work is based on memories of dreams, not actual remembered experiences however, this is not fiction This is a full length work, not a short story.


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    Nonfiction First Person AccountSharon Delarose s firsthand account of her experiences is an interesting work Her words are compelling and thought provoking I do not possess a single waking memory of an alien abduction What I remember are incredibly vivid UFO dreams and the terror that those dreams left me with While I refer to them as dreams, it may be appropriate to call them screen memories of repeated UFO abductions, which is what I now believe them to be Screen memories are false memories that overwrite actual events which, if remembered, would be highly traumatic Some UFO researchers refer to screen memories as merciful amnesia Screen memories make it possible to have a lifetime of alien abduction experiences and not be aware that you were ever abducted All you are left with is a jumble of bizarre memories, vivid dreams, and seemingly irrational fears You may remember seeing or dreaming about bright lights, UFOs, monsters, floating in the air, or being paralyzed My dreams took me far beyond that into another world which was sometimes beautiful and other times terrifying Ms Delarose is a brave person Her book Alien Nightmares Screen Memories of UFO Alien Abductions is living proof of her courage.


  6. says:

    Thanks Sharon You ve brought my insomnia back with a vengeance This is one book that you may not want to read when it is dark and the wind is howling outside It s going to tuck and prick at that little seed of doubt or uncertainty you might have in the back of your head it s going to force you to ask questions that maybe you don t want answered It s going to make you wonder if your thoughts are yours or something else s It s a book you re not going to forget Read the book, and you ll understand what I mean.


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    PLEASE SEE MY REVIEW ON MY GR BLOG.


  8. says:

    Alien Nightmares by Sharon Delarose This is the true recollection of the author s nightmares and memories concerning alien abduction The reader is taken through an explanation of the term screen memory and from there it is a chronological recollection of events from the youngest years of her life through her mid 20s The author ends the book with her personal take on what the memories mean for her personally and what her experiences could portend on a larger scale.So to be up front, I am a skeptic about everything supernatural, extraterrestrial, spiritual, etc I like to experience things first hand or at least have a solid body of evidence I don t need to fall off a 20 foot cliff to understand that gravity will take hold if I step off the ledge, but I do like me some science and facts backing nearly everything OK, so with that out of the way I said yes to reviewing this book because the author also writes science fiction and I thought it would be very interesting to see how, if at all, her personal experiences color her fiction writing.Over all, it was an interesting experience listening to this book I have never chatted with someone who believed they were the subject of an alien abduction, let alone a series of abductions that lasted perhaps 2 decades The author let s the reader know up front that she hasn t spoken with physicists or extraterrestrial experts about her memories Instead, she dug through the available literature on the subject and newspaper articles from the relevant time periods and locations With that said, she does cite sources such as an episode of the TV seriesUnsolved Mysteries to bolster a certain point Unsolved Mysteries isn t known for its quality fact checking Also, some coincidences I feel could be explained by several things other than alien abduction and I felt the author didn t really rule these out.I did have to set my skeptical brain aside in order to simply experience the book As unjust as this sounds, if this book had been labeled science fiction I probably could have sat back and enjoyed it as a story The author does a good job of letting the readers know what she now clearly remembers many of her memories were buried under screen memories or laid dormant for decades and what they signify I think this book could be an excellent resource for fiction writers researching alien abduction accounts.Towards the end, the author warns the reader that she s going to get a little preachy concerning where she thinks alien contact is going and what that means for Earth She does get preachy, but I can t fault her with that fair warning in place She makes several biblical references and how that ancient book might have foretold the coming age of open alien encounters Then, she gives a personal bit about how her husband and family view her memories I found this last bit a little poignant and the most personal part of the book.With all that said, I look forward to delving into the author s science fiction works.I received a copy of this book from the author at no cost via theGoodReads Audiobooks Group in exchange for an honest review.The Narration Allie Mars, which is a voice actress name for the author Sharon Delarose, did a fine job with this book Granted, it didn t call for much in the way of characters Yet she got across the emotions of the various chapters without going overboard I never felt like the author was pleading with me or trying to knock something through my thick skull.


  9. says:

    This is the true recollection of the author s nightmares and memories concerning alien abduction The reader is taken through an explanation of the term screen memory and from there it is a chronological recollection of events from the youngest years of her life through her mid 20s The author ends the book with her personal take on what the memories mean for her personally and what her experiences could portend on a larger scale.So to be up front, I am a skeptic about everything supernatural, extraterrestrial, spiritual, etc I like to experience things first hand or at least have a solid body of evidence I don t need to fall off a 20 foot cliff to understand that gravity will take hold if I step off the ledge, but I do like me some science and facts backing nearly everything OK, so with that out of the way I said yes to reviewing this book because the author also writes science fiction and I thought it would be very interesting to see how, if at all, her personal experiences color her fiction writing.Over all, it was an interesting experience listening to this book I have never chatted with someone who believed they were the subject of an alien abduction, let alone a series of abductions that lasted perhaps 2 decades The author let s the reader know up front that she hasn t spoken with physicists or extraterrestrial experts about her memories Instead, she dug through the available literature on the subject and newspaper articles from the relevant time periods and locations With that said, she does cite sources such as an episode of the TV series Unsolved Mysteries to bolster a certain point Unsolved Mysteries isn t known for its quality fact checking Also, some coincidences I feel could be explained by several things other than alien abduction and I felt the author didn t really rule these out.I did have to set my skeptical brain aside in order to simply experience the book As unjust as this sounds, if this book had been labeled science fiction I probably could have sat back and enjoyed it as a story The author does a good job of letting the readers know what she now clearly remembers many of her memories were buried under screen memories or laid dormant for decades and what they signify I think this book could be an excellent resource for fiction writers researching alien abduction accounts.Towards the end, the author warns the reader that she s going to get a little preachy concerning where she thinks alien contact is going and what that means for Earth She does get preachy, but I can t fault her with that fair warning in place She makes several biblical references and how that ancient book might have foretold the coming age of open alien encounters Then, she gives a personal bit about how her husband and family view her memories I found this last bit a little poignant and the most personal part of the book.With all that said, I look forward to delving into the author s science fiction works.I received a copy of this book from the author at no cost via the GoodReads Audiobooks Group in exchange for an honest review.The Narration Allie Mars, which is a voice actress name for the author Sharon Delarose, did a fine job with this book Granted, it didn t call for much in the way of characters Yet she got across the emotions of the various chapters without going overboard I never felt like the author was pleading with me or trying to knock something through my thick skull.


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    I enjoyed reading this book by Sharon Delarose and I appreciated her straightforward way of writing She didn t try to twist anyone s arm to make them believe what she presented she simply laid out the facts as she remembers them supported by her dream diary and let the reader accept or not accept I admire her for sharing her thoughts with a world that could be very skeptical, and my heart goes out to her for the things that she has experienced and are very real to her.I also appreciated the sections about Latent Abilities and Judge Not The Alien Agenda section I felt they were worth giving real thought to I have long believed that earth has been probably still is visited by aliens In fact I have long believed that they are mentioned in the Bible One instance would be The wheel within a wheel in Ezekiel although I know that religious scholars have debunked that, as well as other instances I remember those years between 1965 and 1968 when UFO sightings were reported frequently I was newly married with young children We didn t have TV, so everything I learned came from radio reports and what I read in newspapers and magazines, but I was like a sponge eagerly soaking it all up I remember searching the skies, wishing I would see one, but I never wanted to be abducted Everything I read about that was scary, and after reading Sharon Delarose s book, I thank the universe and God that I wasn t one of those chosen This book is non fiction, and while I was very interested in the topic, I am going to give it 3 stars That does not mean that I didn t enjoy it, because I certainly did In fact, I went on to purchase two books that Sharon Delarose co authored with Lars Bergen Ancient Aliens and the Age of Giants Through the Wormhole and Ancient Aliens and the Lost Islands Through the Wormhole.


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