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Not eye floaters, do you have them?

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posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:50 PM
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I agree that most often people who are overly paranoid, thinking people are after them are scitzophrenic. But I do not agree all are. It is not nice to label someone that, not knowing all the facts, and not knowing the person. Some people are just highly "sensitive" are are just more tuned into what is around them, whatever it is about, irregardless if they exaggerate. Children are higly sensitive as are animals, they aren't scitzo. Define "normal". This forum bears the title "Abive top Secret Conspiracies". So it is an invitation for those who want to discuss something "strange"..




posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:51 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
I have the same problem in my eyes I just ignore them.

When I noticed them for the first time I immediately was refer to a eye specialist and a very good one at that.


He did all kind of test and the diagnose was . . . . Floaters.

Better ignore them because they can drive you crazy.


Well, I don't know what you have, you might have floaters. I don't, so I won't ignore them since nobody can give a valid explanation besides myself.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 07:57 PM
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Have other people besides you, witnessed these beams? Like if you are with someone & you see the beams, but they don't, then it would indicate they are floaters or hallucinations. Floaters may be IN the eye, but they appear to be outside your eye, because that is the only way you are going to see them !

When I first saw them i thought little bugs were flying around me & I tired to bat them away. But when I moved they moved, so i knew it was comimg from something in my vision. You said they move, when you move.

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posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by violet
Have other people besides you, witnessed these beams? Like if you are with someone & you see the beams, but they don't, then it would indicate they are floaters or hallucinations. Floaters may be IN the eye, but they appear to be outside your eye, because that is the only way you are going to see them !

When I first saw them i thought little bugs were flying around me & I tired to bat them away. But when I moved they moved, so i knew it was comimg from something in my vision. You said they move, when you move.



No, other's weren't with me when it happened. And no, just because another person cannot see them doesn't mean they aren't there. You aren't supposed to be able to see them, that is the technology of the weapons.

Of course if something is in your eye and big enough to see it will appear as though it is in your field of vision. But the photograph proves it is NOT in the eye, thus, not an eye floater.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:12 PM
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One of the questions my doctor asked me was if I was seen flashes of lights also.

I don't unless I have migraine head aches something that has gone away through the years.

The reason for that was that it could be something more complicated if you see the flashes of lights.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by marg6043
One of the questions my doctor asked me was if I was seen flashes of lights also.

I don't unless I have migraine head aches something that has gone away through the years.

The reason for that was that it could be something more complicated if you see the flashes of lights.


I'm not claiming anything with the strobe lights from my eyes, just stated what happens and when because someone asked.

As for doctors, if they are going to tell me what I have is eye floaters when I have photographs of the things then it would be hard to beleive the rest of the crap coming out their mouth.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:19 PM
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Dear branden, thanks for replying to all these posts, this is the funnest thread I have seen on ATS in a while.

Now please please tell me you don't think this object on the left of your pic is something that is in your eye....



Originally posted by Brendan
Dude, what don't you understand here? That doctor obviously doesn't know what he's talking about. I'm sorry but you can't take a photograph of something that is in your eye.

Like I said, if I had showed you a pic of my car would you have said, "that's in your eye"?!

And no, this does not look like an eye floater.





posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:22 PM
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Originally posted by The Parallelogram
No, Brendan, I don't have serious problems. That's an ad hominem argument anyway, and is therefore irrelevant.

If these things are not in your eyes, where are they? And can anybody else see them?


And I meant, problems with understanding.

I've heard other people say, "well I can't see them, I've never seen them, or I've never experienced that so it's not real until I see or experience it.

All I have to say to that is, do you really want to wait to be hit by a particle beam so you know it's real?

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by Netchicken
Dear branden, thanks for replying to all these posts, this is the funnest thread I have seen on ATS in a while.

Now please please tell me you don't think this object on the left of your pic is something that is in your eye....




I think I already stated that numerous times, and a 4 year old would be able to tell you that no, it obviously isn't IN the eye.

This isn't even mathematical, it's just common sense.

I'm happy it's bringing you such amusement. Do you laugh at the innocent people in Iraq being tortured to death also?

I do hope you grow out of your immaturity.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:29 PM
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Hey brendan, was that pic taken in hillsboro, oregon?

That Schlegel sign sure looks familiar.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:31 PM
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Originally posted by DustintheWind
Hey brendan, was that pic taken in hillsboro, oregon?

That Schlegel sign sure looks familiar.


Yes, it was taken in the Schlegel / Kasch's lot.

Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).

Are you in Oregon or did you just look it up?

peace
-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:32 PM
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If its not in your eye, and you can see it on a pic, its a plain ordinary garden variety piece of dust or hair on the lens.

Other than that you may have tiny "rods" flying around your head like flies.

Otherwise you have a light colored piece of hair that is sticking into your vision. I suggest totally shaving your body and exfoliating every rascally bit of hair you have to test.

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posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:32 PM
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You really should see a doctor and just not mention this EM beam stuff targetting you. Reason I say this, is because you may have a serious eye condition. You don't want to go blind do you ?

I have the flashes of light stuff, as well as other really wierd things, I have that because my retina is torn. He called it a lattice or something like that. I was told I could bang my head the wrong way and go blind instanlty. If the retina detatches, this is instant, irreversable blindness.

Or as someone else said you could have a desease of the eye.. You should be researching eye symptoms, rather than all this electro magmetic warfare stuff. Just a suggestion.

The idea of proving something , is to begin with ruling out all other logical explanations, but you don't appear to want to begin that.

And I frankly don't care if you smoke weed, that's your business, and maybe you don't, but if you smoke alot of it, it makes you paranoid. Esp these days it is laced with crystal meth. And look at Jimi Hendris, he claimed he could tap into other dimesions using it.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:33 PM
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I live in washington but do a lot of work in hillsboro, portland metro area,
I thought it looked familiar.

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posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:35 PM
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Originally posted by Netchicken
If its not in your eye, and you can see it on a pic, its a plain ordinary garden variety piece of dust or hair on the lens.

Other than that you may have tiny "rods" flying around your head like flies.

Otherwise you have a light colored piece of hair that is sticking into your vision. I suggest totally shaving your body and exfoliating every rascally bit of hair you have to test.

[edit on 23-2-2006 by Netchicken]


Sorry to inform you but you are wrong. I swung it into view to take a photograph of it.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:38 PM
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Originally posted by violet
You really should see a doctor and just not mention this EM beam stuff targetting you. Reason I say this, is because you may have a serious eye condition. You don't want to go blind do you ?

I have the flashes of light stuff, as well as other really wierd things, I have that because my retina is torn. He called it a lattice or something like that. I was told I could bang my head the wrong way and go blind instanlty. If the retina detatches, this is instant, irreversable blindness.

Or as someone else said you could have a desease of the eye.. You should be researching eye symptoms, rather than all this electro magmetic warfare stuff. Just a suggestion.

The idea of proving something , is to begin with ruling out all other logical explanations, but you don't appear to want to begin that.

And I frankly don't care if you smoke weed, that's your business, and maybe you don't, but if you smoke alot of it, it makes you paranoid. Esp these days it is laced with crystal meth. And look at Jimi Hendris, he claimed he could tap into other dimesions using it.


I already researched eye symptoms.

You obviously can't seem to get past the fact that it is not in my eye. It is you who doesn't seem to want to face the facts.

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:47 PM
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Hey brendan, I really don't see a Gov agency wanting to track anybody in Oregon or Washington, especially in the prominetly hispanic city of Hillsboro.
I don't think there is any military stationed at the hillsboro airport either, because we have the Air Guard with F-15's by the Portland Airport, but I could be wrong.



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:51 PM
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Bunting, I am still trying to grasp what you mean. So you swung around and photographed it. Therefore its buzzing around your head like a fly?

Does this tie in with getting em attacked? Maybe its the device that is doing the attacking?

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posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 08:58 PM
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Originally posted by DustintheWind
Hey brendan, I really don't see a Gov agency wanting to track anybody in Oregon or Washington, especially in the prominetly hispanic city of Hillsboro.
I don't think there is any military stationed at the hillsboro airport either, because we have the Air Guard with F-15's by the Portland Airport, but I could be wrong.


I don't live in Hillsboro. And plus, location doesn't mean anything. It's done with satellites.

And yes, there is a national guard armory by the airport there.

This is factions in our own government, what do F-15's have to do with this?

-Brendan



posted on Feb, 23 2006 @ 09:00 PM
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F-15's have nothing to do with this I was just stating that the Air Guard has those stationed in Portland



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