Woman Who Claims To Have Been Abducted By Aliens Says She Can 'Prove It'
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A woman on TikTok not only claims that aliens abducted her, but says she can prove it too. Watch below:
As shown in the clip, Sheera Lumira Rejoice (@sheerarejoice) explained how aliens came 'came to her house three years ago'.
She claims she has 'ovarian scarring from egg removal' visible in an ultrasound as proof of her extra-terrestrial encounter.
She says that it all started in 2018 after she experienced a case of 'paralysis' when trying to fall asleep on the sofa.
"I was freezing and my body couldn't move. I looked over at the door and it opened, there's a figure, a holographic-looking human figure," Sheera explained.
The TikToker then 'had her eggs removed' but described the process as 'pure bliss'.
She claimed: "This guy told me 'you have three hybrid babies, you have three of your eggs taken'.
"I initially had no idea of this until I met this man and my intuition trusted him.
"I became sober from every stimuli you can think of - drinking, smoking, taking caffeine. I started going out into nature a lot more, healing myself and my body.
"I ended up changing my entire name because of how drastic this change was for me due to this experience."
She captioned the clip: "And no, I have never willingly got my eggs removed.
"For context, they took 3 of my eggs."
As well as the initial viral vid, Sheera uploaded four more videos where she really goes into detail about her 'alien abduction'.
In part four, she concludes: "You can believe me, or you don't have to, just know that not everybody lives in a scientific reality and some folks live in a very spiritual way and some experiences really do change peoples' lives."
The original viral post racked up a mega four million views and over 265,000 likes.
As you can imagine, not all of the comments section were believing her experience.
One user wrote: "The amount of people defending and validating this is insane."
However, many were backing her story.
"I believe you girl. Who cares what people think! This is YOUR life," someone else said.
A third user simply added: "I 100% believe you."