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Strange bluish white glows at night that seem to move things or seem to affect gravity

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posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 09:34 PM
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For a long time, I've been observing things at a distance making slight/small movements on their own whenever I shift my attention to something.

It only affects large, heavy, and loose objects, ironically. I mostly stay in a virtually airtight room so there's no way that wind is causing it.

Until a few nights, I found a correlation between the movements and seeing strange bluish-white glows appearing on affected objects.


I was writing this because last night, things were different and effects were stronger and particularly, it was directed to me. I was exercising in the dark, then I saw a bluish-white circular glow on the wall in front of me. It's a dim glow but briefly I saw what appeared to be a symbol. It doesn't look like an occult symbol. It appeared as if someone invisible is scribbling it on the wall with a glowing bluish white ink that vanished in a blink. And briefly, I felt like gravity disappeared, I must have floated for less than a second and nearly fell!

I saw it a few more times in the dark and seems to be always moving ahead of me.

It looks different everytime. They looked like symbols or letters or words and attaching itself to items of interest.

Maybe it's deliberately appearing on things so I could translate it somehow.... For now it's completely undecipherable. It's like some kid randomly scribbling stuff.

It's very unreliable for now and frankly, I'm a little frightened of it. I don't know, I hope to have courage to face it.




posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 09:42 PM
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I seriously think you should get your eyes checked for floaters or a retinal disorder. I am certainly not disrespecting your thread, however I know a little about these kinds of visual distortions, since they are prevalent in both my families. Your mind can play tricks on you trying to decipher them, because they move when you try to look at them directly. Please just consider it.



posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 09:52 PM
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a reply to: charlyv

I would agree, no disrespect OP, but you just literally described "squiggles", or "floaters". I've found that some of them are lighter, some are darker, some are permanent, some change position, some are only temporary. But the one thing you cant do, is look directly at them, you can quickly catch view of them, but not stare at them. I think staring at the sun can cause these, or other very bright light sources. Maybe by scratchy things in your eye, causing damage, I don't know for sure.



posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 10:01 PM
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I don't see how floaters or retinal disorders could create gravity anomalies like the OP experienced.



posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 10:07 PM
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Yeah just re-read, that's strange, also, they change each time. Don't think floaters change each time, and I don't think they affect physics, definitely sounded like a description of floaters to me at first though.

OP could you explain what you mean when you say it affect large heavy and loose objects?
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posted on Sep, 1 2017 @ 10:17 PM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

www.umkelloggeye.org...


"When the vitreous gel inside your eye rubs or pulls on the retina, you may see what looks like flashing lights or lightening streaks. You may have experienced this sensation if you have ever been hit in the eye and see "stars."

These flashes of light can appear off and on for several weeks or months. As we grow older, it is more common to experience flashes. If you notice the sudden appearance of flashes, you should visit your ophthalmologist immediately because it could mean that the retina has been torn.

Symptoms

You should see your ophthalmologist as soon as possible if:

One new, large floater or "showers" of floaters appear suddenly
You see sudden flashes of light, especially if these flashes are persistent
You notice other symptoms, such as the loss of side vision or if it looks as if a shade or curtain is being drawn over your field of vision
Floaters and flashes become more common as we grow older. While not all floaters and flashes are serious, you should always have a medical eye examination by an ophthalmologist to make sure there has been no damage to your retina."


Here's a possibility, I didn't know eye "flashes" existed, but it sounds somewhat like the visual effects you are having. Doesn't account for physical effects. You should get your eye's checked by a professional if for at any reason at all just to rule out any medical complication. If it all checks out, then you've got a mystery on your hands, an intriguing one.
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posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 01:07 AM
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For a long time, I've been observing things at a distance making slight/small movements on their own whenever I shift my attention to something.


Place a few different objects on your table. Set them up in a triangle pattern. Place an object in the middle.
Look directly at the middle object and notice, in your peripheral, that when you turn your head from left to right, all the objects move. That is the perspective of third dimensional observation.




I was exercising in the dark


Question. What kind of exercises?




I was writing this because last night, things were different and effects were stronger and particularly, it was directed to me. I was exercising in the dark, then I saw a bluish-white circular glow on the wall in front of me. It's a dim glow but briefly I saw what appeared to be a symbol. It doesn't look like an occult symbol. It appeared as if someone invisible is scribbling it on the wall with a glowing bluish white ink that vanished in a blink. And briefly, I felt like gravity disappeared, I must have floated for less than a second and nearly fell!


Get a glow stick of your own. It may perceive that as understanding. Maybe something fourth dimensional?
Use your glow stick with a pen and paper on a clip board, and mimic the motions with your hand. Maybe it is trying to tell you something.




I saw it a few more times in the dark and seems to be always moving ahead of me.


Just out of curiosity, can you walk toward it, or does it move away from your perspective view?




It looks different everytime. They looked like symbols or letters or words and attaching itself to items of interest


As a fourth dimensional objects passes through the 3rd dimension, it would appear to change shape as it is passing through. You should document everything you can for future study. I hope it doesn't turn out to be an actual malevolent being. I hope you find this of some use.

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posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 01:13 AM
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originally posted by: johndeere2020
For a long time, I've been observing things at a distance making slight/small movements on their own whenever I shift my attention to something.

It only affects large, heavy, and loose objects, ironically. I mostly stay in a virtually airtight room so there's no way that wind is causing it.

Until a few nights, I found a correlation between the movements and seeing strange bluish-white glows appearing on affected objects.


I was writing this because last night, things were different and effects were stronger and particularly, it was directed to me. I was exercising in the dark, then I saw a bluish-white circular glow on the wall in front of me. It's a dim glow but briefly I saw what appeared to be a symbol. It doesn't look like an occult symbol. It appeared as if someone invisible is scribbling it on the wall with a glowing bluish white ink that vanished in a blink. And briefly, I felt like gravity disappeared, I must have floated for less than a second and nearly fell!

I saw it a few more times in the dark and seems to be always moving ahead of me.

It looks different everytime. They looked like symbols or letters or words and attaching itself to items of interest.

Maybe it's deliberately appearing on things so I could translate it somehow.... For now it's completely undecipherable. It's like some kid randomly scribbling stuff.

It's very unreliable for now and frankly, I'm a little frightened of it. I don't know, I hope to have courage to face it.
sometimes we act as attractors or antennas. Ive seen my ceiling write my name and other words.



posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 03:33 AM
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a reply to: charlyv



Yep, I have 2 floaters in the same eye and you only see them in white backgrounds, there very dim in dark backgrounds.


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posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 07:43 AM
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originally posted by: Diabolical1972
a reply to: charlyv



Yep, I have 2 floaters in the same eye and you only see them in white backgrounds, there very dim in dark backgrounds.



I get that too. If you look at them straight ahead, they move about. You can try holding them in one place by looking just above these floaters but it's difficult to keep them in sight for ong as eventually they move downwards



posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 08:34 AM
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originally posted by: johndeere2020
It's like some kid randomly scribbling stuff.

Looks like stupid demons really do have the mentality of little children.

Next time it happens, order it to meet you in a dream. Then when you have a dream with a entity in it and it makes you feel uneasy; whack it with a giant white light Jesus Cross.

Then just keep whacking it into the ground like its a ACME cartoon. Sooner or later the stupid demon will get the message and leave you alone, as it toddles off with a very flat head.

Video it. Otherwise ATS members will get bored with the 'Cry Wolf' statements with no evidence.



posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 11:43 AM
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bluish? do you mean cherenkov radiation?
google that



posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 01:11 PM
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OP is not describing floaters, you've got to be kidding yourselves. Everyone has floaters and everyone knows what they are and no one describes them like this guy.

That being said, i have no idea what you experienced. I'm sure if you go to the doctor they have a nice pill to put on.

Johndeere: Do you meditate? Do you lucid dream? Do you astral project?

It sounds like your activating a part of your brain or consciousness that normally isnt active.

What exactly is being affected by this blue glow and how? What are you seeing moving? your description of things is very vague and don't make much sense.

Can you describe what is happening more in depth?
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posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 02:10 PM
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Read my second comment, eye flashes seem more like what he's seeing than floaters. If it is eye flashes, apparently it's something serious that needs to be checked out. I don't think you should be scaring him away from going to the eye doctor to rule out any medical condition, like his RETINA being TORN. He doesn't have to tell them about objects moving, just the light effects.

If his eyes check out, then start doing your investigation.

I actually think it's pretty childish, and possibly dangerous to propose he's accessing a new part of his consciousness before even considering ruling out what could be a serious complication that requires surgery to fix.
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Not to mention, if it does turn out to be a retina detachment, the longer you wait to fix it, the lower the chances are that good vision will be restored.
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posted on Sep, 2 2017 @ 08:32 PM
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a reply to: johndeere2020

Please get this checked, and soon. Sounds like it could be some sort of serious vision problem, that could get a lot worse if neglected. Far better to be safe than sorry!! A good eye exam, first, with a doc that can do the internal scans, and perhaps a referral to a specialist, as needed.

Very concerned here.




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