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Does Anybody Else Here See or Hear These Things?
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After 6 months exposure to a smart meter that was installed next to my home office, without my knowledge, I became electromagnetically hypersensitive.

http://www.electronicsilentspring.com/wp...ussels.pdf

Summary of the science^^^^.

Tinnitus was the first symptom of sensitivity, which stated years ago when I lived in between two towers.

But when the EHS kicked into high gear a few years ago, I noticed some really interesting new sensory phenomena.

1)I can now SEE radiofrequency radiation and electromagnetic fields.

2)I can now modulate my tinnitus with muscle contractions.

First the visual phenomena. You may not have time to do this now, but when you do, find a darkened space and close your eyes but "look around."

What I mean by that, is normally when you close your eyes, they roll back into your head. You can verify that by looking in a mirror, closing your eyes, and opening the eyelids with your fingers. It's a defense mechanism.

With a little effort, if you pan and tilt your head, and "look" with the eyeds closed, you can keep them from rolling back.

A blindfold would be okay alternatively.

See anything?

What I see when I "look" in the direction of a transmitter is feint flashing lights.

Several different types of pattern:

1)Smart meter pulses generate a red dot
2)WIFI routers and cell phones generate a b/w "area of probability" oval which expands and contracts.

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Sort of like these, but inverted(white in center, black background)

It's pretty feint.

3)Electromagnetic fields; often at threshholds generate a purple swirl, which I can see with my eyes open if the space is dark(I see all these things in the dark, but have to close my eyelids usually in lighted spaces)

Looks kind of like the center thingy on an Old Star Trek Communicator:

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4)Visual snow. In dark spaces without nearby transmitters I see white noise like an untuned TV. I have discovered I can make out obstacles with this in very dark spaces, useful companion to our basic night vision.

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Now the auditory phenomena.

I've had tinnitus for more than a decade, got used to it.

But Since the visual crap started I've been paying attention to all these sensory phenomena, and noticed:

1)When I go out of town and walk in the woods I can't hear it unless I grit my teeth.
2) If I clinch my jaw and move it forward and backward I can increase the volume and pitch.
3)When I'm relaxed(and only then), if I stretch my muscles, I make a chiming noise like the apple boot-up chime or a sword being drawn from a sheath.

Lmao

And I now remember being able to do that as a kid. If I keep relaxed, I can do it several times in a row.

Chuckle

I'm sure it's not a noise other people hear, but my nervous system is doing it.

Anybody else?
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#2
I sometimes hear soft music playing really low volume late at night when everything is off.
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#3
Nope, I am sometimes affected. I can tell right away. The smart meters here come with a warning on them! Of course you have no choice whether you get one or not but they have a warning about the dangers. I can't wait for a court case to come along.
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Great thread by the way.
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#5
Wow, this is hitting very close to home on a couple of levels, especially the sound/ear issues. Thanks so much for this thread.
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#6
how can you protect yourself from them?
"Here they defended themselves to the last, those who still had swords using them, and the others resisting with their hands and teeth."Herodotus VII, 225
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(04-09-2018, 01:59 PM)Gentoo Wrote: I sometimes hear soft music playing really low volume late at night when everything is off.

When I get very tired, like sleep-deprived, I hear music that isn't there.
Not existing music, new catchy songs I've never heard.
I finally understand how Mozart, Beethoven, Jimmy Page etc came up with these amazing songs that basically write themselves.
I need to start recording what I hear.
When there is a right path and a wrong path, choosing neither or hiding behind a cloak of neutrality is the same thing as choosing the wrong path.
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ive been suffering from tinnitus for several years now. i havent sought any medical help yet.
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(04-09-2018, 02:18 PM)atabrigade Wrote: how can you protect yourself from them?

Live in a Faraday cage.

http://www.odditycentral.com/news/woman-...-cage.html
When there is a right path and a wrong path, choosing neither or hiding behind a cloak of neutrality is the same thing as choosing the wrong path.
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(04-09-2018, 02:19 PM)KungFu Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 01:59 PM)Gentoo Wrote: I sometimes hear soft music playing really low volume late at night when everything is off.

When I get very tired, like sleep-deprived, I hear music that isn't there.
Not existing music, new catchy songs I've never heard.
I finally understand how Mozart, Beethoven, Jimmy Page etc came up with these amazing songs that basically write themselves.
I need to start recording what I hear.

That's exactly how I hear it! Sometimes there are words as well. I wish I could remember the next morning how the rhythm went, it's like nothing else I have ever heard.
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