If ancient medicine can invite in the paranormal, can modern medicine block it out? Yes, says our guest "Lindsay" who has had her chronic sleep paralysis and nightly out of body experiences disappear as a side effect of taking antidepressants. A neurologist might hold this up as proof that the paranormal is all in our heads. But what does the experiencer herself actually think about her experiences now?
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Some Visitor experiences are like zip files: small and unassuming on the outside, but packed with information. On this edition of The Experience we will hear such a story that changed the experiencer’s life… and may change your outlook on these phenomena and our place within them.

If you would like to be a guest on The Experience, don’t be shy. You don’t have to be a public speaker to do this. It’s simply a conversation, which adds your piece of the puzzle so that we can all take a look at the growing picture together. You will appear anonymously unless you already have an extensive public presence.

Please reach out to: jeremy@unknowncountry.com
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Suzanne Chancellor is a lifelong experiencer whose frightening encounters recently took a turn toward the positive. Now, she’s asking other lifelong experiencers if the experience has evolved for them as well. Is there a pattern here? It seems from many of the experiencers both she and host Jeremy Vaeni have spoken with, the answer might be yes.

To learn more about Suzanne and listen to her podcast, Alien Brain Droppings, please visit: AbducteeAwareness.Blogspot.com.
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