posted on Oct, 6 2005 @ 05:06 AM
ok, a while back, i posted the following on ATS (i will put this first and then explain what happened yesterday)
(what follows is my original post)
ok, so i decided to write about this thing that happened to me. The ONLY reason i put it in this forum, was because people here seem to have
experienced a wide range of stuff, and i'm hoping that someone will read this and think..."ah, that happened to me" OR "oh, i know what this is"
Let me point out first off, i dont think its anything serious. i am just curious and after speaking about it to a couple of people i know, and
searching for medical similarities on the internet, i found nothing....so here goes.
A while back, was sometime last year, i was having a daytime nap (one of those 20 minute deals), and i cant say i was really asleep, just dozing
really. But suddenly, i was brought out of my dozing by a whooshing sound which FELT like it hit my left ear. The closest sound i can think of to
describe this, is the sound you get when you swing a tennis racket really fast.
Anyway, although that was odd, i never really thought about it alot.
Then just after Boxing Day last year, i was sleeping. And i was dreaming for some reason (dont ask) of Ashton Kutcher and some other people ice
skating (?)....the point being, it was funny, and i remember laughing in my dream. Straight after which i felt this whoosh again, this time hitting on
my right ear, and louder than before also.
Well, this time i opened my eyes and lifted my left leg and felt the pulse in my left thigh was going crazy. I have never even been aware of any pulse
in my leg before but this night, it was going so fast and seemingly so loud, that it scared me more than the whooshing sound. After about 5 seconds,
it slowed down.
So at that point, i started thinking about the other time it happened. But this time, i could feel something in my ears. Both ears, not just the one
the sound hit. It was almost like a very, very low pitched drone, but for the entire day, after waking up again, it was there, and it also felt like
my ears were blocked.
Although i thought about this time a bit more, it stopped going through my thoughts after a couple of months.
Until today. I was having my little 20 minute nap again during the day, when i heard this sound, but this time, it was IN my head. Like a thought, but
not a thought, if you know what i mean.
Now i have tried recreating this sound inside my head, but its nothing like it actually was.
Well, thats all. I know, it probably sounds stupid, and i admit, i feel abit stupid writing it. But for the life of me, i have searched every
variation of "whoosh sounds, ear sounds, whooshing ears" on the net, trying to find SOMETHING...lol...but found nothing.
So is there anyone out there who can enlighten me? Its just a very weird feeling, and i think the one today just freaked me out more than when it hit
my ears. It was in my HEAD!...lol...i can actually remember it so well, it went from the left side of head to the right, and it even felt like it was
heading towards the front of my head.
So....anyway, yesterday, i was having another of these 20 minute naps. And again, i remember what i was dreaming about (something to do with an
office....certainly nothing to do with what happened next)
Suddenly, i heard voices. Distinctly a man and a womans voice, overlapping each other. It felt like they were in my ear, not my head.
This stopped after only about 4 seconds and i thought (for some reason)...its ok, you can carry on.
And then the voices started up again. Accompanying this, was what i can only describe as a buzzing all around my body. It would peak, then decrease,
peak, decrease, etc....it really felt like i had some outline around me that was charging up.
Although it wasnt scary, i didnt like it and tried to open my eyes or move, but couldnt. So i seem to have settled back down again. But after about
another 5 seconds i forced myself again to open my eyes and this time, i did.
It was the weirdest thing i have ever experienced. The voices were real, there is no other way to describe them. They were not in my head, i just
heard them as if someone had switched on a radio or something.
My reason for posting is that i have seen alot of people on here, with lots of different experiences and after a quick search on the net (for buzzing,
voices etc), i kept getting results for OOBE's.
I cant say i believe in these, never really thought about them much before, in fact, i find the idea quite freaky. But i was hoping that someone might
be able to offer some more advice.
Now i have to say, i am something of a thread killer on here....unfortunately, i just dont seem to get answers to my posts :-(
So please, please, could someone help me out here, and then i shall go back to my status of thread killer supreme :-)
thanks to anyone in advance who can explain this stuff to me