Have a memory of flying through the air which could not be a dream, or many dreams involving flying. Aren’t flying dreams supposed to be good?

Have a strong “marker memory” that will not go away (i.e.: an alien face, an examination, a needle, a table, a strange skinny baby, etc.)   A table!!!!!?????

Have seen beams of light outside your home, or come into your room through a window.   Neighborhood kids playing Capture The Flag?

Have had many dreams of UFOs, beams of light, or alien beings.

Have had a shocking UFO sighting or multiple sightings in your life. A run-of-the-mill, non-shocking UFO sighting doesn’t suffice.

Have a cosmic awareness, an interest in ecology, environment, vegetarianism, or are very socially conscious. I knew there was some  thing weird about vegetarians...

Have a secret feeling that you are “special” or  “chosen,” somehow. A/k/a, narcissism.

Have had unexplainable events occur in your life, and felt strangely anxious afterwards. 

Have had several strange psychic experiences   — such as knowing that something is going to happen before it happens.

For women only: Have had false pregnancy or missing fetus. Women are from Venus, men are from Mars, amirite!?!?

Have awoken in another place than where you   went to sleep, or don’t remember ever going to sleep. (i.e., waking up with your head at the foot of your bed, or in your car) Doesn’t count if you were at Amigo’s last night. 

Have had a dream of eyes such as animal eyes (like an owl or deer), or remember seeing an animal looking in at you. Also if you have a fear of eyes.

Have awoken in the middle of the night startled. I usually blame the cats, but I will from now on consider other alternatives... 


Have strong reaction (aversion or attraction) to the cover of Communion or pictures of aliens. Test yourself with the image at left

Have experienced self-esteem problem much of your life. OH NO!!! I’M DOOMED.

Have seen someone with you become paralyzed, motionless, or frozen in time, especially someone you sleep with. Congratulations, Casanova! 

Have a memory of having a special place with spiritual significance, when you were a youngster. Terabithia fans, you’re in luck.

Have had someone in your life who claims to have witnessed a ship or alien near you or has witnessed you having been missing. How can someone witness you being missing? 

Have had, at any time, blood or strange stain  on sheet or pillow, with no explanation of how it got there. Doesn’t count if you were at Amigo’s last night.

Have an interest in the subject of UFO sightings or aliens, perhaps compelled to read about it a lot. I am compelled to read a lot about Kim Kardashian; am I going to be North West’s adopted sibling???

Have an extreme aversion toward talking about UFOs or aliens. 

Have been suddenly compelled to drive or walk to an out of the way or unknown area. Fans of Douglas Adams’s holistic method of navigation need not apply.

Have the feeling of being watched much of the time, especially at night. Good news! You’re not paranoid! Aliens are out to get you!

Have seen a strange fog or haze that should not be there. Doesn’t count if you were at Amigo’s last night.

Have heard strange humming or pulsing sounds, and you could not identify the source.   Doesn’t count if you are at Amigo’s right now.

Have had unusual nose bleeds at any time in  your life. Or have awoken with a nose bleed. 

Have awoken with soreness in your genitals which can not be explained. Doesn’t count if you were at Amigo’s last night.

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