Do aliens exist? It’s a question that many people seek to answer.
But now, one woman claims to have ‘proof’ that they are real.
Sheera Lumira Rejoice spoke out about the experience on TikTok ( @sheerarejoice ), where she recalled how aliens came to her house three years ago.
In a viral clip that has racked up more than four million views, Sheera claimed that she was “taken by extraterrestrial beings” and has “ovarian scarring from egg removal in the ultrasound to prove it.”
She captioned the clip: “And no, I have never willingly got my eggs removed. For context, they took 3 of my eggs.”
Unsure viewers commented on her clip, including someone who claimed to be an ultrasound tech, who replied: “Scarring from egg removal is not a thing.”
So, she posted four videos where she went into detail about the alleged “alien abduction”.
Sheera said it all started in 2018 when she experienced “paralysis” while falling asleep on her sofa.
The NHS defined sleep paralysis as the inability to move your muscles as you are falling asleep or waking up.
“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.
She said she didn’t realise she “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.”
Following the incident, Sheera said she changed her name and became sober.
“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.”
In the final video, she concluded: “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.”
Viewers in the comments were divided, with some saying she just experienced sleep paralysis, and others saying “who is to say it’s not true?”
One person said: “That is sleep paralysis, it happens to me all the time. It’s common to hallucinate during them.”
While another added: “As ‘far-fetched’ as this may sound, who is to say it is not true? The universe is incredible and we know a very small amount.”