Coming to the close of my divorce, I'm finishing up all those loose ends- like making sure I use my dental and medical insurance to check things out before I lose coverage and have to get new (lesser) coverage.
As much as I dreaded seeing a dentist, something happened that ordinarily wouldn't: Not only did I get to take a long look at my dental x-rays (including one that went around my head) but I got to take them home with me since I'm being sent to another dentist in town later.
Naturally, I was curious. I have these memories of aliens operating on my eyes and then checking to be sure I could see okay afterwards. This happened the summer I was 10 years old during a family reunion that took place in Boise, Idaho. Later, I recalled the aliens telling me that it was a tiny camera that got attached to my eye, so they could see what I see when they wanted to…
That memory here: http://spirals-end.livejournal.com/9725.html
I noticed afterwards that once a day or so, though sometimes several times a day, for maybe 30 seconds to a minute, I would see a strange, sort of lopsided oval blue light pop up in my field of vision, then fade away. I tried for a long time to see if it was my right or left eye. My right eye sees better but has more pain issues, but ultimately I guessed it was the left, just because of what direction the blue light shape went when I crossed my eyes (which is the only way I can get my eyes to NOT align!)
Cut to now.
I was greatly intrigued to discover that the x-ray does indeed show something strange in the orbit of my left eye, almost exactly where the optic nerve would be! Its shows up very clearly too (so metallic most likely, or some other dense material) and its intricately made and– well you have to see it for yourself:
Here, you can see my entire x-ray, and that there is a small thing in the left eye (teeth have been blacked out to preserve my privacy!) I took the pic of this up against a window, so if you see foliage at the top, that's what you're seeing. Also notice the right side has nothing like it!
With better lighting, you can see it more clearly– here I have an arrow pointing at it.
Closer up, it really begins to look out of place…
Finally, the implant (or whatever it is) as close as we can see it before it blurs out too much. Notice the 'front' of the device has almost a head with pincers on it? Holding onto the eyeball? The middle has the shape I see with the blue light– an odd sort of contorted disk in a kidney bean shape– almost oval. The 'back' of it looks like a cone or maybe a spiral-like 'tail' going around where the optic nerve should be.
If this is not an animal parasite (and I looked, and no such thing exists that I can find– but please do feel free to share if I'm wrong!) then perhaps it is an implant. If so, then it is very sophisticated! It has extremely creepy biological mimicry to enable it to 'take pics' or whatever its doing. Using my eye as a camera but somehow feeding all the visual data to some other source? That's what I was told, long ago, and this x-ray seem to corroborate what I was told.
I asked the dentist about the strange anomaly, and he thought it was very odd indeed. He'd never seen anything quite like it before, but he wasn't concerned about it. He asked if I had an accident as a child and got anything deep into my eye. Of course I had not, and I wasn't about to tell him about the alien with the clown wig! Can you even IMAGINE?
Next time I go to an optometrist, I intend to bring copies of this for him or her to examine and give me another opinion. I'm curious what the reaction will be…! At Spiral’s End: What’s Left After the Paradigm Shatters is the personal paranormal blog of a woman that follows not only current odd events in her life, but recounts incidents from her past, including lifelong alien abductions, encounters with ghosts and other spiritual beings, and premonitions from either waking visions or dreams. She reacts and speculates about the deeper meaning behind these incidents and wonders– what is the ultimate reality or intelligence behind it all?