posted on Nov, 1 2015 @ 03:20 PM
a reply to: Grenade
Yes, I have a decent amount of experience in seeing these things in a similar fasion, however i have no explanation or understanding of wtf it is
and/or why. It's only been happening for the past year and a half, although I faintly remember seeing things in the sky as a child and asking my
mother about it, only to have her say she didn't see what I was describing. What you describe is able to be seen by everyone and the technique taught
in order to see aura's will enable anyone to do the same I believe. This is what I believe to be responsible for my vision changes anywho. It's as
simple as de-focusing your vision, and looking at empty space.
I see these moving pixels all the time as well, more so when I pay attention to it though as I can choose to focus on the static, or focus on my
physical environment as if these pixels aren't there. They seem to be the easiest to see in the sky, and in the dark. In the dark it's like im
walking around in some sort of magnetic fog and have on occasion seen different colored pixels, strange shapes/ geometic patterns, dark silhouettes of
people ect.. the night sky though is by far the most interesting to look at, I don't see stars as points of light as much as I see pixel clusters.
Some stars appear red, while others are not, and a few have rotated through various colors. If that doesn't seem strange enough, when i try to relax
my vision while looking at the night sky I can see lines that seem to connect stars. If i try to look directly at these lines they disappear, so
instead of looking bifocal-y try to look expansive.. like you're zoned out sort of. On one occasion after getting quite relaxed into it while looking
at the night sky, I saw a giant eyeball shaped like my own, then another. It was quite strange but not alarming, as i've had enough nutty
experiences to desensitize me.
I also see what seem to be energy trails i'll call them. At times i see some things seem to be glowing, trees for example.. if i look at a tree, then
move my point of vision, there will be like a glowing imprint sort of. This happens with all sorts of things, whats interesting to me is that it
happens with things that don't seem to emit light. like looking at the sun, then looking away.. you'll see the residual effect like an after glow.
You wouldn't think the same should happen however when you look at a plant, or your brother lol. It's pretty cool though to look at a clock on the
wall for a second (not digital, no lights) then look at the wall next to it and see the clock numbers and all, glowing.
My vision has also been tested and deemed excellent.