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#21
I completely trust your insights. It's going to get 10 times worse with 5G. I have been hearing a 24 hour rhythm like drumbeats every day. On good days it is more of a waltz. On bad days, war drums.

My best advice is to identify it, listen to it, know it's not the real you. Ignoring it lets it in.

Da da da DUM DUm DUm.
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#22
(04-09-2018, 02:18 PM)atabrigade Wrote: how can you protect yourself from them?

The auditory and visual symptoms don't stress me much now that I'm used to it; in fact I use them as an early warning system for toxic environments: if I go into a business or restaurant and it's "FLASHY" in there, I don't stay very long.

I protected my home with window screening in my home office: faraday cage; sleep inside an EMF "quiet zone retreat."

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http://www.spysource.net/electronicharas...ection.htm

(Bought mine from lessemf.com but they are out of stock(it was hundred$ cheaper than ^^^^)

And I cancelled my gas and electric service.

Installed a wood burning stove, and 400W solar.(Enough to run a TV, laptop, dvd player)

Waste of money but it kept me out of the ER. Went in twice for peripheral edema when the smart meter was in place.
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#23
(04-09-2018, 01:59 PM)Gentoo Wrote: I sometimes hear soft music playing really low volume late at night when everything is off.

I hear radio coming out of a lamp at my grandmother's house.

Chuckle

Also there's one more auditory effect:

There's a pinging noise I hear near powerlines. Ting ting tingaling da ding!

Chuckle

Don't know what it is, could be powerline communications signals.

That one is very annoying if I'm reading a book by lamplight.
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#24
(04-09-2018, 02:23 PM)SR-25 Wrote: ive been suffering from tinnitus for several years now. i havent sought any medical help yet.

Can you MODULATE IT?

That's what this thread is about really. Informal survey of others.

Clinch your jaw muscles and move the lower jaw forward and backward.

Does it get louder and higher pitch?

My sister can do it.

She also sees flashing lights. Mom can't do the tinnitus thing and only one eye on the flashes.

What I think is happening:

Tinnitus is radio-induced current generated directly into the auditory nerves.

THE WORK OF ALLAN H. FREY
In 1960, biologist Allan Frey, then 25, was working at General Electric’s Advanced Electronics Center at Cornell University when he was contacted by a technician whose job was to measure the signals emitted by radar stations. The technician claimed that he could “hear” radar.

Frey traveled to the facility where the man worked and stood at the edge of the radar beam. “And sure enough, I could hear it, too,” he said. “I could hear the radar going ‘zip, zip, zip’.” Frey went on to establish that the effect was real—microwave radiation from radar (and other source) could somehow be heard by human beings. The “hearing,” however, didn’t happen via normal sound waves perceived through the ear. It apparently occurred somewhere in the brain itself, as microwaves interacted with the brain’s cells, which generate tiny electrical fields. Frey proved also that many deaf people and animals could hear microwave radiation. This phenomenon came to be known as the Frey effect, or simply “microwave hearing.”

http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/the-wo...an-h-frey/

So it's induced current. When you clinch the jaw muscles, those generate ANOTHER current which interacts with the Frey current.

That's what I think.

The "noise" I make when I stretch(my torso when I wake up, a yawn stretch) is something similar, but different.

Also I make a real sharp high pitched "noise" during workouts, last reps on sets of pushups and the like.

Chuckle
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(04-09-2018, 03:22 PM)Luvapottamus 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.

I hear radio coming out of a lamp at my grandmother's house.

Chuckle

Also there's one more auditory effect:

There's a pinging noise I hear near powerlines. Ting ting tingaling da ding!

Chuckle

Don't know what it is, could be powerline communications signals.

That one is very annoying if I'm reading a book by lamplight.

could just be power line or transformers attached to pole, not sure if power lines expand and contract do to heating and cooling of day but I could see how it would make those type of sounds if they did.
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(04-09-2018, 03:28 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 02:23 PM)SR-25 Wrote: ive been suffering from tinnitus for several years now. i havent sought any medical help yet.

Can you MODULATE IT?

That's what this thread is about really. Informal survey of others.

Clinch your jaw muscles and move the lower jaw forward and backward.

Does it get louder and higher pitch?

My sister can do it.

She also sees flashing lights. Mom can't do the tinnitus thing and only one eye on the flashes.

What I think is happening:

Tinnitus is radio-induced current generated directly into the auditory nerves.

 THE WORK OF ALLAN H. FREY
In 1960, biologist Allan Frey, then 25, was working at General Electric’s Advanced Electronics Center at Cornell University when he was contacted by a technician whose job was to measure the signals emitted by radar stations. The technician claimed that he could “hear” radar.

Frey traveled to the facility where the man worked and stood at the edge of the radar beam. “And sure enough, I could hear it, too,” he said. “I could hear the radar going ‘zip, zip, zip’.” Frey went on to establish that the effect was real—microwave radiation from radar (and other source) could somehow be heard by human beings. The “hearing,” however, didn’t happen via normal sound waves perceived through the ear. It apparently occurred somewhere in the brain itself, as microwaves interacted with the brain’s cells, which generate tiny electrical fields. Frey proved also that many deaf people and animals could hear microwave radiation. This phenomenon came to be known as the Frey effect, or simply “microwave hearing.”

http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/the-wo...an-h-frey/

So it's induced current. When you clinch the jaw muscles, those generate ANOTHER current which interacts with the Frey current.

That's what I think.

The "noise" I make when I stretch(my torso when I wake up, a yawn stretch) is something similar, but different.

Also I make a real sharp high pitched "noise" during workouts, last reps on sets of pushups and the like.

Chuckle

I have several 'white noise' generators so I can sleep. One of them WOULD FASCINATE THE CRAPOLA out of you. I splain in a call in near future..
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(04-09-2018, 03:11 PM)MoonPie Wrote: I completely trust your insights. It's going to get 10 times worse with 5G. I have been hearing a 24 hour  rhythm  like drumbeats every day. On good days it is more of a waltz. On bad days, war drums.

 My best advice is to identify it, listen to it, know it's not the real you. Ignoring it lets it in.

Da da da DUM DUm DUm.

I trust my observations because I've tested them.

I have EMR instruments, and RF meter, and a tesla/gauss meter.

First test, I located the "quietest" space in my mother's home regarding RF radiation.

I got mom and her boyfriend to help me out with this, bought an old Wireless G router at a thrift store, ran a stinger(extension cord) set them up in chairs, stood in front of them facing away from them, and had him turn out the lights in the room.

Mom plugged in the router whenever she wanted to.

I told her when it was broadcasting, and when it wasn't.

scored 10/10

That experiment could be greatly improved:
The router initializes slow; takes a while to boot firmware before it transmits.
Blindfold

But I was satisfied with that.

Outside in my yard, I learned to spot smart meters by closing my eyes, and panning my head.

When a red dot appeared I opened my eyes, and I was always looking directly at a smart meter; sometimes blocks away.

Haven't tried that lately, but that was with Itron meters; the new GE meters have a much weaker pulse.

I was referred to a neurologist by my GP, but 8/8 contacted refused to consult.

So I gave up and dropped the health insurance. Oklahoma is a neurology desert, but mostly I think they don't want to know.
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(04-09-2018, 03:29 PM)Gentoo Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 03:22 PM)Luvapottamus 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.

I hear radio coming out of a lamp at my grandmother's house.

Chuckle

Also there's one more auditory effect:

There's a pinging noise I hear near powerlines. Ting ting tingaling da ding!

Chuckle

Don't know what it is, could be powerline communications signals.

That one is very annoying if I'm reading a book by lamplight.

could just be power line or transformers attached to pole, not sure if power lines expand and contract do to heating and cooling of day but I could see how it would make those type of sounds if they did.

Arthur Firstenberg describes a similar sound(to the tingaling I hear sometimes)) in his book:
http://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/buy-th...e-rainbow/
https://www.amazon.com/Invisible-rainbow...0692683011

He's certain it's some type of military signal.

Unfortunately I loaned it to my sister, or I'd copy quote some of the microwave hearing chapter.

If I had a piano keyboard and recording device I'd play it and share it.

Also I haven't really confirmed it's correlated with powerlines. I drove out of town one day I was hearing it and got out of the car to check if it was still there a few times, but I was always near powerlines(no where to walk away very far). I don't remember hearing it when in the woods. Have to be more observant about that. I usually only notice it if I'm reading.
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#29
(04-09-2018, 03:33 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote: I have several 'white noise' generators so I can sleep. One of them WOULD FASCINATE THE CRAPOLA out of you. I splain in a call in near future..

Sounds weird.

Chuckle
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#30
(04-09-2018, 03:41 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 03:33 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote: I have several 'white noise' generators so I can sleep. One of them WOULD FASCINATE THE CRAPOLA out of you. I splain in a call in near future..

Sounds weird.

Chuckle

It's not at all wierd!
















yah it is.

Chuckle
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