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The Hag, The Second Visitor


So I was in my twenties and living with my Grandmother, I had my own room in the back of the house and it had been at least ten years since my experience with the thing in the doorway. I didn't think about it all too often however I could never forget it. I awoke in the wee hours of the morning with a squeaking sound coming from the bedroom door. I was propped up on my left elbow and noted that it was after three am.

As I watched the bedroom door I saw it begin to slowly open, my mind started to think of a rational explanation wondering why Grandma was coming into my room at this hour, however what entered my room wasn't my Grandmother, it was indeed an old women though, an old woman of short stature, haunched over wearing what appeared to be a black shawl over a tattered outdated dress.

She had long greyish hair that partially fell in front of her face and she moved very slowly toward my bed and stopped about six feet from me. Her head began to move violently, this reminded me of the movie Jacobs Ladder with the violent head movements. This scared the hell out of me and I screamed, however no sound could come out of me. This was the same thing that happened to me the first time where I couldn't get a sound to come out, just a garbled low kind of moan. My heart again was pounding so hard that I was concerned about it.

I watched this woman slowly dissipate before my eyes and as I stared, I saw that the room to the bedroom was now closed. I stayed propped up on my left side watching the door with my heart pounding for a while and eventually laid back down. I remained awake for the remainder of the morning unable to sleep, and this began a fight with insomnia that I still contend with today.

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Chadwik (guest)
2 years ago (2021-07-23)
An old hag used to haunt my dreams, often reoccurring nightmares. She had a seriously wrinkled face, red eyes, messy and long grey hair, and she had facial hair on her chin that resembled a goat's beard. She also had a mole on her face. She was a hideous sight to behold. In my nightmares, the old hag always attempted to kill me. She had a visceral hatred for me. I had these dreams from the age of 7 to the age 13.
Lightning (guest)
3 years ago (2020-07-10)
As I was reading this post I kept reminding myself of the fact that we create our reality. In all likelihood you were astral projecting and in this state your unconscious fear started to create exactly that something terrifying.

Your insomnia that followed is simply again your "reactive" mind trying to avoid the fear that you felt. The experience was that intense that your mind has "programmed itself" to try to avoid it happening again, just like if you would have encountered something dangerous in the wild. Since it is your reactive mind's job to protect you, it is all that is happening:).

As a child I had many nightmares running away from demons... It wasn't until my twenties that I started allowing them in my dreams and faced them. It wasn't after a looooong subway chase in my dream that I finally turned around and told them to do whatever, I was tired of running. In this moment their shadowy black appearances changed. And they became people... Which is what I am ACTUALLY most afraid of in my life haha

No way around it, you are going to have to "meet her" and remember she is just a fear of yours, personified/entity-fied:)
Jesus is King (guest)
3 years ago (2020-07-06)
Honestly, before I sleep I would bleed the blood of JESUS CHRIST and ask a host of angels to protect me before I sleep with faith. Also, ask God to help fight your insomnia.

"It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows: for so he giveth his beloved sleep." Psalm 127:2

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