Just a quick note to say hi! and I just can't believe I am not aloine I would love to talk to you and share because I love that you just vent so much and it was extacly the same stuff happening to me. you rock.
Hi Kat, I have had similar experiences with seeing things when I wake up,
but mostly I see vivid 3d images, often structures, like I'm in a different
room, yet I know I'm in my bedroom. I always chucked it up to having a vivid imagination.
So I was checking if anyone else had the same experience.
But your story struck me, particularly when you said that you had scratches on you.
I have heard of that before, and you may not be open to this, but I would want to know.
I believe that you had experienced an evil spirit attacking you, many people have had this happen to them.
I know that they do leave in the name of Jesus. If you know any Christians that they believe in
evil spirits attacking people, I encourage you to go see them and share what you are experiencing.
You can be free! :)
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