Anyway, onto less religious phobias. When I was a child in elementary school, I thought of falling up sometimes when I was on the swings. It was a scary idea, to fall into the atmosphere and lose oxygen until you reach space, with nothing to hold on to.
Another afraid of heights person. I have high ceilings and can barely screw in a lightbulb.
Fear of drowning or burning in a fire. Childhood incidents that left mental scars, like pranks where someone holds you down in a pool.
Roaches. When we were kids, my brother once trapped a few in a glass jar, one with the egg about to burst. When it did that glass really filled up. Days later, he dropped the jar and it broke over our bedroom floor.
One time we left the house for a day so my mom could "roach bomb" the home with some of those fogging devices. When we got home the entire floor and all surfaces was almost coated in dead roach.
I really fear getting close to the edge of high places. Makes my hands and armpits pour sweat just from watching videos.
I once climbed the outer stairs of a building up to the roof to take some photos for work, boy that was some intense shit, I was trembling, my legs didn't want to move, I was sweating like a pig, I could hear and feel my heart pumping inside my ears.... do not recommend.
Claustrophobia. I hate enclosed places , I even have my windows open year round even in winter.
Overgrown unkempt foliage especially in smaller spaces. There is an alley between my mom's house and the one next door when that gets high mowing that sh*t is nightmare , i try to do it as fast as possible f*ck how it looks, I'm getting itchy just thinking about it