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Streetlights go out when you walk under them... pt2

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posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 07:52 AM
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Having streetlights go off when I'm near has been occurring ALL MY LIFE and darn if I can keep a light bulb from blowing out in my house... We even had some electricians take a look at our house and wiring because it happens so frequently... lets just say now I have stock in light bulbs.

Even though this has occurred.. I have NEVER been so self involved & "desperate to feel special" as to think I had something to do with it. Believe me- I have had plenty of first hand experience regarding the paranormal and all things ATS- but that is one I never considered "paranormal".




posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 08:19 AM
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I did this course where people were doing merkabah meditations, the merkabah is the EM field that is around your body,

some people noticed that the lights and other electricals would be affected, which stands to reason if EM fields are being manipulated.

I've heard that if you have been or are involved in experimenting with magnetics, especially anything time-altering related, then you start to affect circuits and stop them from functioning correctly. If you could view your EMfield when such affects happen then it would look a bit like a live cable that had been broken in various places.

At the future horizons website you can buy plans to build an implement that can turn on and off lights from a distance, I forget exactly what sort of pulse it sends, but if you used it on a person or living thing it would be like shooting them with bullets as it rips thru the whole EM field. The damage would probably be burn like tho' or only noticeable internally.



posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 05:22 PM
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well i was sitting in my front computer room, listening to music meditating telepathically. for a good half hour, i do this when im bored and high and have nothing else to do. so then shortly after wards i walked to my front door to turn on the porch light (my front porch is directly next to my computer room) when *BAM* the light blew out. my telepathic directories had been focused directly at the light bulb. the next day i overheard my dad asking my mom "how did that light burn out already, i just replaced it a few days ago?". mabye someone else would like to test out my theory on their own lightbulb.



posted on Feb, 11 2005 @ 05:34 PM
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There's a lot of good information in the thread below if you are interested in sliders.

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posted on Feb, 13 2005 @ 11:51 PM
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If you feel left out, hit the switch on your lightswitch - It's the same thing



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 05:30 PM
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The other reason streetlights go out when you are driving is poorly aimed headlights tripping their light sensors.



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 05:31 PM
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The other reason streetlights go out when you are driving is poorly aimed headlights tripping their light sensors.



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211
The other reason streetlights go out when you are driving is poorly aimed headlights tripping their light sensors.


And if you're walking and there are no cars around? And every single light goes out as you pass underneath?

People who don't experience these things cannot understand what it's like. Obviously it happens to me. It also happens to two of my close friends. And we are not imagining it and it is not random.

And when countless cars go by and the light never goes out, and you take one step closer and *blink*.

It's not random and it is not coincidence. Obviously there are acceptions when it happens once in your lifetime. But not as often as I and my two friends experience it.



posted on Feb, 14 2005 @ 09:42 PM
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I think i've said before that every day, i put out at least 6 streetlights, the first one being the one at the end of my driveway. It never fails. I laugh everytime.



posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 06:23 AM
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A Theosophy book I happen to have says that street lamps go off when emotionally disturbed adolescents go walking by.

This means that they could be used by psychiatrists as diagnostic tools. They could evaluate the severity of the condition by taking the patient out on the street, making him sit down under the thing and counting the number of times that the lamp goes off per unit of time.

Sooner or later the professionals will start using this simple method, and when that happens remember that you first heard about it here at ATS and that it was invented by one of its (brightest) members on Feb. 15, 2005 A.D.



posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by Macrento
A Theosophy book I happen to have says that street lamps go off when emotionally disturbed adolescents go walking by.



You're on to something here. I just noticed that the lights in my office go out every time I read a post by dgtempe and masked avatar. And if I ignore them, the lights stay on. Time to start another conspiracy thread!



posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 05:40 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211

Originally posted by Macrento




You're on to something here. I just noticed that the lights in my office go out every time I read a post by dgtempe and masked avatar. And if I ignore them, the lights stay on. Time to start another conspiracy thread!
Arent you a sweetheart
Arent you the one who claims to stop trains with your looks?



posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 08:04 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211
The other reason streetlights go out when you are driving is poorly aimed headlights tripping their light sensors.



I had a friend who smashed up the front of his car and it aimed the passenger light up to the perfect angle so that if he put his high beams on and drove down the street he turned off every light he passed. Or atleast thats a story he told me. I never saw it with my own eyes but i could understand it happening.

Love and light,

Wupy



posted on Feb, 16 2005 @ 12:06 PM
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I've never posted here before, but I saw this thread and felt that I had something to add. There's a streetlight on my buddy's block that turns on/off whenever I pass it. I could be walking, driving, riding a bike, anything, yet it always seems to "know" that I am approaching. A few of my friends have even noted that the light only behaves in this way when I am with them. The strange thing is, it even turns on during the daytime if I am passing under it! This isn't the only light, of course. On average I'd say streetlights go out around me once every day. There very well could be a logical explanation, but some of the thoeries found in this thread do not seem to apply. Any thoughts?


P.S. I don't know if this counts, but my friends have stopped letting me drive with them in the car because I hit almost every single traffic light. May be a coincidence but I've noticed it and it's very inconvenient. Plus I seem to have a knack for being "that guy" who always steps in dog crap.



posted on Feb, 16 2005 @ 01:23 PM
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This is one of those things I leave myself open on.

I'm one of those people deemed "SLIders" described in the article, though the label sounds ridiculous, and I still have no idea if it's incredible timing with a reasonable scientific explanation, or if it's something beyond the norm.

An example:

Sometimes, driving down the freeway, light, after light, after light, goes out, without exception. It's not like I pass under one light and it goes out, I mean I left an entire trail of unlit lamps behind me. This was, one time, verified by the friend who was chasing me in their own car. In fact, it's how I found out they were all going out in the first place. While it's certainly possible that the thermostats could have been kicking in, or that my lights triggered a sensor, it does seem rather odd that the thermostat just happened to trigger for about 30 consecutive lights in a row, the moment I passed under them. It would also seem strange that my car (a rather common model in my area) was the only one to trigger whatever sensor happened to be present.



posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 04:58 AM
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i feel i am a SLIder. bulbs blow. streetlights go on or off my eftpos cartds don't work. if a street light is of as i walk under it and i'm in a feel good mood it can sometimes come on. and it works oppositely aswell.

i can sense when bad things are gonna happen. and i can tell what people are thinking just by looking at them.

i know i am different. how can i control what i have??? i need help!



posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 05:49 AM
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Anyone else see the episode of sci-fi's "Proof Positive" on this? They examined a guy who sent in over 6 hours of video of himself walking under lamps and them going out. He also claimed that he would constantly shock the heck out of his wife sometimes.

They did medical testing (EEG), physical testing (EM Field detectors, voltage tests, etc), and finally interviewed him under a dozen or so street lamps. Guess what... in the half hour or so the interview took, not a single street lamp he was interviewed under went out.

Could it be some people are just more observant? Lights go out over me sure, but not every single one does.

Not that they don't burn out (cause they do), but most flickering lights are due to corrosion in the connections within the light. This causes a circuit protection to turn the device off so that it doesn't over heat, short, or otherwise go out for good. A few minutes later, it switches back on when the circuit has cooled.

The only claims I want to investigate are those who can control them on command, otherwise I'd call it tooking your own horn.



posted on Aug, 20 2006 @ 06:07 PM
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actually every light on my street goes out when i walk under them theres 12 of them and as i walk drive ride a bike anything as long as i pass under them they go out and for those of you say its just sensors or the heat or w/e its bull b/c i have had friends walk under them seperate from me and the lights stay on but as i walk under they go off and as for the electronics being effected as i get closer to a tv it goes extremely fuzzy but thats about it.



posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 06:27 AM
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I suppose most of us know how a thermostat works. The simplest kind is a bar made up of two equally long strips, each made from a different metal, sandwiched together. The bar touches an electrical contact, completing a circuit. Current passing through the circuit causes the bar to heat up. The metals in the strips making up the bar have different expansion coefficients, so when they heat up, one ends up longer than the other. This differential expansion causes the strip to bend, breaking the circuit. With no current running through the circuit, the bar cools down, straightens out and comes back into contact with the strip, causing the whole cycle to repeat itself.

Now, at the point when the bar has begun to bend away, the pressure on the contact is almost zero. A slight twitch -- a breath of wind, even the vibration from a footfall -- could break the circuit. And that is what happens.

If you've ever done much ironing, you'll have noticed the same thing happens when you pick up or put down the iron, jog the board or even shift your weight on your feet -- the iron either switches off or switches back on as a result of the jerk you've given its thermostat.

Yes, I know it's a duller explanation than Kirlian fields and psychic aurae. Sorry.



posted on Aug, 25 2006 @ 07:38 AM
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This could just be coincidence but I have had 5 light bulbs blow in a row once and thought it was very strange.
At first I was worried because I thought something might be wrong with the wiring, so the next morning I call out an electrician who does a test on all my electrics to then turn around and say everything is perfect.

This is when I got freaked out, now it happens every week, every week I need to replace about 3 light bulbs, I have even tried different light bulbs to see if that was the problem but it still happens.

This always happens when I turn the lights on.

As a child the street lights would go out as well as come on if they were off, strange but true.

Is this coincidence or is there something behind this.




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