posted on Dec, 31 2005 @ 12:00 PM
This seems like the wrong place to ask the question Hammerman - since people here will look for spiritual and other reasons for your special
It's probably just likely that you can see into a spectrum of light that most people's eyes can't see into. The reason the objects that you see
don't have colour is because your photo-receptors and brain won't process the information that you're seeing into what it normally percieves - thus
why things appear so different in your (most likely) infrared vision.
As for why it comes on and off, well, think of dark vision. When the lights go out, not only do people's pupils open to allow more light in, but
different photo-receptors activate to deal with low-light levels - which is why we tend to see in black and white at night (you can still make out
colours, but only with extremely difficulty). This vision is likely connected to this - something which only turns on under certain conditions.
Thus, the prudent response would be for you to test these circumstances. Find factors that are the same every time you start going into this
vision-state. Are the objects that you're seeing (not seeing through) heated? If so, that's a big indicator that you're seeing into the very
smallest portions of the infra-red spectrum. Otherwise, you're probably seeing into a higher wavelength of the spectrum (since higher wavelengths
pass through materials more easily).
Finally, if there's nothing that seems to connect what you're seeing to your vision (objects aren't being warmed, or nothing seems to connect them
together), then it could be that you're sensing changes in electromagnetic fields, and that your brain is trying to make sense of the information -
and is bringing it into focus with your vision as a tool for understanding it. In which case, look for things that are electrical in nature. Are these
the things you see? Human bodies also have an electromagnetic field. When you look at people, do they have halo-like fields around them? Perhaps
strange colours? This would be the HEF (Human Electromagnetic Field).
Here's a good test; can you see through metal? Metals are excellent stoppers, so to speak. Electromagnetic Radiation (ie, visible light, UV,
infra-red, gamma, etc) has a harder time pushing through metals. None of the lower-energy, large frequency light can go through it (hence why
microwaves bounce off metal). If you can't see through thin pieces of metal, you have a physical change in your eyes. If you can see through thick
pieces of metal, then it's more likely you are sensing changes in the HEF Field.
Otherwise... something's wierd.