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posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 07:38 PM
Until the last couple years, Ive never really studied electrokinesis. I started looking into it more because strange things started happening more often around me. Street lights would go out, fuses would blow in the house or apartment that I was in, computers would crash, and at times I would even shock people that I touch. All those happenings would occur whenever I'm extremely mad about something. Most of the times, I feel a tingle go down my arms to my hands and at times my entire body that feels like electricity, and for the longest I never understood it. At certain times, depending on how mad I am, the electricity can be painful. I stumbled onto a site about electrokinsis and thats what made me wonder even more about it. Im just wondering if anyone knows if electrokinesis is really real, and could that be my case, and if so, then how do u control it? I know this sounds crazy, but its true, so try not to be so skeptic about it. Im just seeking some help/answers. Thanks! Peace!

Mod Edit: to remove ALL-CAP typing from thread title.

[edit on 10-2-2005 by kinglizard]

posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 08:39 PM
Ive heard fo pyrokensises but not electro. Ive had tingles and stuff maybe i have that too. It would be so cool if I could control it and turn lights on and off by punching a wall like the fonz

posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 12:02 AM
Electrokinesis, is rare and common at the same time, its rare in the point that it usualy doesnt manifest alot, its common because many people have reported experiences that can be atributed to it.

posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 12:46 AM

could it be related to this discussion?

or maybe it is static electricity? When i was at Thule Greenland i would amuse myself during the dark season (Oct-Mar) and could not sleep by making foot long arcs off the tip of one hand while running my other hand across the flannel sheets. "come thunder! come Lightning! Who dares challenge the mighty Launchpad? Waahahaha"

some bolts of static disgcharge could be thicker than a thumb- i got thrown across the room by one the first time i put the sheets on the bed after doing the traditional "snap" in the air to open the sheets from being folded. it left a 2nd degree burn on my kneecap where the arc jumped from the end of the bed to my leg.

Static electricty was responsible for A LOT of electronics damage- VCR's/ DVD players / home computers all getting zapped quite frequently by a whole lot of folks.

i found out that you could not use a regular vaccum with a "beater brush" because the rotating brush would charge up so much static that within the first minute of using it POOF- it would short out. only vaccumes using pure suction worked up there.

i could shuffel my feet (in socks) across the carpet in my room- hold my hands out horizontal to my shoulder and cause a piece of saran wrap to levitate from the floor up to my hand. (some might call this Telekinisis)

i could hold a floresent lightbulb in my hand ,shffule my feet and it would light up - now i am in Colorado and it works here too so it must not take as much to get it to light up as could be generated in the super dry environment of Greenland.

posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 02:19 PM
Sounds to me like you are a SLIder... There are a few of us on the board. Want to feel vindicated, do a search on:

Debbie the Slider
SLI Phenomenon
Street Light Interference

Once you get some partial control of it, it's a great party trick...but might weird out friends that aren't so close...

posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 10:15 PM
Yup it's very real, and coming more common and more powerful all the time in my experience. In my family of 6 all of us turn off lights except my Mom.

I've learned to stop throwing out energy when I don't want to, and have actually learned to turn on lights if they do go out! Amaze your friends! haha

Launchpad's link to another thread looks ideal. So maybe discuss it there and let this one die, eh?

posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 10:34 PM
I've been electrocuted more than once, while doing side work, and I swear I felt like I held onto the electricity after I let the wire go.
I could not shake the feeling for some time.
I even woke up the following morning feeling tingly.
Perhaps I fried some nerve endings.
I will note, I never experienced any electrical discharge, lights going out, or other weirdness.

Can the human body act as a capacitor?
Capet static would say so.
Is that a possibility?
For whatever reason, can people hold onto larger amounts of static like a capacitor and have major electrical discharges?
Does that count as far as this thread is concerned?

[edit on 10/18/2009 by reticledc]

posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 10:58 PM
Yes i agree. Its true

posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 11:50 PM
Please ignore having internet problems. Ignore the double post.

posted on Oct, 18 2009 @ 11:50 PM
Please ignore having internet problems. Ignore the double post.

posted on Oct, 19 2009 @ 12:03 AM
I go through about 2 or 3 tungsten globes a month. Either the wiring in my house is shot to crap or im discharging energy via my touch. Would love the think the latter but i think its the the former.

Also some street lights do go off when ever i drive past but i always assumed that was due to faulty street lights.

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