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Transcript of Sleep Paralysis
Falling asleep or waking up with the inability to move or speak
HOW Does this Happen?
Sleep paralysis: Scientific explanation or Demons at work?
of Sleep or, the Art of Procuring Sound
and Refreshing Slumber at Will
By Edward Binns
The verso of the title page indicated that the book was "Printed by J. Z. Young By the New Patent Composing Machine, 110 Chancery Lane." This was the first book to be typeset by the Young & Delcambre Composing MachineOffsite Link, the first composing machine known to have been used in a printing office. The Young & Delcambre machine set a single continuous line of type; line breaking and justification were later done by hand. The design of the machine led to its being called "Pianotype."
"The use of the Young and Delcambre machine was opposed by the London Union of Compositors, particularly because female labour was employed to operate it" (Printing and the Mind of Man. Catalogue of the Exhibitions  no. 463).
" ..Utter incapacity for motion of speech, difficult respiration's,and extream dread."
"It would be unjust to the ingenious inventors of the Machine by which this work has been composed, not say, that we believe it must and will, at no very distant period, supersede in many departments of typography composition in the usual mode. But the use of compositors can never be entirely dispensed with, even supposing the machine to be ten times more perfect that it is. The opposition with which its inventors have had to contend, is what might have been anticipated, but was certainly unexpected by the author. But that in time it will come generally into use, he thinks there cannot be a shadow of doubt. He consequently looks upon the publication of the "Anatomy of Sleep" as an epoch in the history of typography, from which it is possible to conceive a new era in the history of literature may be dated"
Alien abduction sleep paralysis
I took it to professional
there you have it!
sleep paralysis = vivid hallucinations
its just a dream!