I began hearing the Hum somewhere around 1998. I didn't know whether to describe it as a sound, or a vibration, though I know that technically, there
is no difference- but as far as describing my experience of it, it seemed to effect my whole body, and not just received through the eardrums.
It would come and go for periods of days, and I seemed to recognize a pattern of synchronicity, strange dreams or visions, happening specifically at
time when the vibration was strong. But I am not sure whether that was objectively true (perhaps I just paid more attention to such events when the
Hum was present?).
I've been through all the other possibilities, looked for exterior sources. We moved to an entirely different area, very isolated (no other buildings
or mechanics up here in the wilderness). Not only did it not go away, but my husband became aware of it, where he couldn't before.
When it was strong, we did experiments, going outside, inside, trying to see where it felt stronger or not; trying to look for patterns associating
what we ate, drank, did, our health....it has been years of this. I joined an group of Hum hearers, constantly comparing what we experience and
experiments we try out.
Until I just decided I will never know, and when it is loud, it just is, and I don't search for explanation. It still seems, to me, to coincide with
times of heightened senses in general, making psychic types of experiences more prominent.
I seem to remember a very interesting theory someone put out there, on gravity waves, the theory of which seemed like it would explain some of what we
have found- the sound gets worse when inside a home made of stone, as our is. It can get stronger than it is outside. This is not the case in
buildings made of lighter materials, where it will seem stronger outside.
I recently started trying out bineural beats, and was surprised to find that sometimes there is a sound seeming exactly like the hum. But I know
virtually nothing about sound waves and haven't bothered to determine which one of those it is.
It is very strong right now, which is why I clicked on this. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't, we've been to doctors, explored all the other
possibilities, and though I totally understand why the tinnia and waterpump sorts of suggestions come up, but it gets tiresome to explain again. I
just want to offer a hands up and let others who hear it know, they are not alone. Good luck with trying to find it!
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