posted on Sep, 12 2018 @ 07:03 AM
Just found this thread and it's a great topic. I have always seen visual static my entire life. Are there people who really DON'T see it in their
vision? I've always thought that it's just how our eyes work.
I haven't read the whole thread but something that others might not have mentioned is that the static can be manipulated by will-power.
This is something that I have not really done since I was a little kid.
I was blessed to grow up with a pitch-black bedroom, but I haven't experienced that since I was young.
Anything less than pitch-blackness will ruin it (for me, at least).
So as a kid, I would lay in bed and I'd see the natural visual static each night.
Naturally I realized that I could manipulate it. I could focus and create splotches of different colors that I wanted, like blue or green or
whatever. The splotches always move and change shape, but I could roughly make different placements, like I could make blue splotches on the sides,
and green splotches in the middle, for example.
I remember that the color RED was the absolute hardest color to make myself see, but it was possible, with the most effort.
THE MOST AMAZING THING was that I could make red dots actually form a line of rotating red dots, seemingly rotating around me.
Those were the days lol. I really miss the pitch-blackness of that room.
Anyway I bet more people would see the static, and realize they could manipulate it, if we spent more time in pitch-black darkness.