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Everyone is tired, and no one knows why.

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posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 10:57 AM
Although all the possible causes mentioned in this thread, like poor diet, lack of excersise, stress factors, increased radio waves, definitely influence the way you feel, I don't believe they are the cause of this global tiredness feeling, if that is actually the case.

I have spoken to atleast 4 or 5 people who started feeling weird, tired and/or had trouble sleeping, at around the same time, approximately 4 weeks ago.
And I am not the only person who has people around him feeling strange/tired.
I don't think poor diet, stress, mobile phone waves etc. can be blamed for this global feeling, because plenty of healthy people are saying the exact same thing.

Also it might just be that people have a decreased motivation, people don't feel like doing things and so they think they are tired.
Btw I was wondering why not many people talk about the 2012 theories, of our solar system passing the galactic plane etc.. I mean if poles can shift, other strange things can happen. And if you look at this thread and the other thread wich got a lot of attention: Timeline changed ? there is definitely something going on.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 10:59 AM
Because we all stay up until two in the morning posting and arguing about reptilians and mind control.We should all probably get too bed and get a life .

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 11:24 AM
reply to post by BcnDiamond

Well, it all has crossed my mind

"There they are in great fear where no fear was."

I know in my heart what the problem is, but I cannot speak it.


The Hopi call this imminent condition -- and that of society today -- "Koyaanisqatsi", which means "world out of balance...a state of life that calls for another way. "

And man's hearts grew faint from fear

[edit on 113131p://bTuesday2008 by Stormdancer777]

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 11:54 AM
i have been feeling very tired for a long time now, maybe 6+ months, i find it hard to get motivated to do anything productive, and i have tons of stuff that needs to get done. i am in upstate NY usa. if i can get started, i am ok and can get things done. i have noticed a loss of some strength also, i am in good shape, not fat, 3o yrs old. its almost like a depression i dont know its crazy but i have definitley noticed it since it started.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:36 PM

Originally posted by Stormdancer777

I know in my heart what the problem is, but I cannot speak it.

This is what I feel too.

The world is out of balance and mankind is even further out of balance. We cannot go on the way we are. The corporate agenda is non-sustainable. We are not meant for the 9-5 and then go home and just "kill time" with entertainment.

The quickening has been going on for quite sometime and it is gaining enough momentum that even the people that are out of tune are starting to feel it. We need to go back to our natural roots or we die.

I am positive mankind is not meant to just burn out and die off.

So therefor we will transition. This is the beginning of an end and at the same time a new beginning.

We cannot raise our vibrational awareness in the corporate world, so the corporate wold will fall.

This is the beginning of something beautiful.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:44 PM

Originally posted by fiftyfifty

We are constantly planning ahead instead of living for the day... Stress makes you tired... stress is abundant.

You nailed the reason right there.....STRESS. It affects everything in your system. Your brain controls everything in your body including emotions.You can get plenty of food and sleep but stress eats at you. It can get so bad it can lead to health problems and even kill you, like a heart attack and you still might wonder why.
Check out the net for "signs of stress" then go from there.

c ya

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:49 PM
I once heard a remark made by an austrialian aboriginal.
"Long ago, when we were hungry, we hunted something then ate it, And when we got hungry again, we went hunting again. Then the white man came and now we have to work five days just to get two off!!"
We seem to be very busy making other people rich, and that is tiring

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 12:59 PM

Originally posted by merky

Check out the net for "signs of stress" then go from there.

c ya

I understand stress I am an EMT and have been well trained.

This is NOT stress induced. There is a time line that seems to have happened to everyone that feels it at about the same time.

This is global awareness, global conscience. Not stress. The symptoms are similar but the method of injury does not make sense. Not everyone would come down with the same symptoms at the same time.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 01:11 PM
reply to post by LoneGunMan

This is global awareness, global conscience.

Yes, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see where we have come from, where we are, and where we are headed.

Something has to give.

Can you imagine that we have come to this place in time?

In this/his very short time span, look what mankind has accomplished, to what end?

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by neformore

I've been tired a lot lately, as well....but it's difficult to fall asleep at night. :/ ???

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 01:55 PM
reply to post by neformore

I'm in Vancouver BC Canada and people here are also complaining of the same thing. Also, at night, around 1:30 AM a stramge chemical / industrial smell is strong enough to wake people up, cause sore throats and headaches, yet no one knows what it is or where it is coming from.

One theory I had, being a port city was that we have many ships in the harbour (Cruise & Freighters) They use Bunker C fuel, I believe this is unrefined oil. Their stacks spew this stuff and at night I can see from my upper home (I live on the top floor of my building) a dark haze over the city.

Another Theory. China has such intense air pollution that you can almost cut the air with a knife. The air flows from West to East across the Ocean. Are we breathing in their toxic air, causing us to feel tired due to bad air???

It's interesting to hear it's not only a Vancouver thing. Another theory also about sickness, we have bio-tech indsutry buildings in our city that have stacks that evacuate the air from their labs & experiments, how much of this blankets our city on a clam day or night? Maybe other cities have the same facilties. Just food for thought.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 01:56 PM

Originally posted by uplander

Originally posted by iiinvision
if your tired connect yourself to the unlimited energy stored within you. Meditate. Energy is all around you. Eat good food and drink plenty of water. Meditate every day on receiving energy from the earth, god, stars, angels or whatever is most comfortable to you.
Find a quiet place and still your mind and visualize energy entering your body and growing in your solar plexus. works for me everyday...I work two jobs as a chef in two busy restaurants...Im hardly ever tired...and no Im not on crank like the


and more meditation should do the trick.
Mind over matter...
thats what Im sayin...

do a karate kick if you cant meditate. Change your physiology when your tired and watch what happens.

I, personally, am always tired. I'm always tired, but can't sleep. What's up with that?

I have been thinking about the water thing lately. I know I drink way too many diet sodas. I'm thinking about drinking filtered water only for a while and see what becomes of that.

I will need a portable and inconspicuous water filter so that I'm not inundated with questions about what I'm doing to the water, etc. I don't know. I've tried going vegan for about 5 months a couple years ago. I felt WORSE than ever so I had to start eating meats again. Now I'm back to the feel like crap stage. I know that veganism is not for me. Maybe good clean "organic" water could help me.

You know, I was skeptical of the water thing. I drink it on occasion throughout the day, but not a large amount.

I decided to start drinking filtered water, a lot. It took perhaps 2 weeks, but I did notice a significant increase in how good I felt and increased energy. Not as tired all the time. So, I stopped drinking water all the time. I wanted to see if water was the difference. I started feeling like crap again. Not all the time, just an increase in headaches, restlessness at night trying to sleep, even though I was dead tired. Big difference! Coming from a skeptic on the water thingy!

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:00 PM
Hey All,After years of being tired of being tired,I self diagnosed Lymes tick disease.(A doctor will report one if a professional diagnosis is sought,BTW and who knows what that might mean in FEMA camps.)Anyway,check out Lymes websites for more info.I had all the symptoms from headaches,eyestrains,numbness in hands,tintinitis,mental fuzziness,extreme fatigue,migrating pains,the list goes on and on.Each time I got a tick bite,it would trigger further problems.So I obtained antibiotics(not easy W/O doctor's scrip but doable within a couple days)Immediate relief.Now I have lots more energy and can feel my fingertips._javascript:icon('
')There is no agreed upon clinical diagnosis nor are these bugs able to be grown in the lab.Doctors don't agree on antibiotics protocol either,so my guess is as good as any doctor,or better.I refuse to hand over my body authority.
So now the NWO conspiracy angle:These ticks originated in Germany.How did they end up all the way in Wisconsin?By way of PLUM ISLAND,a formerly secret military bio-weapons plant located in the river right next to Lyme Connecticut._javascript:icon('
')Various explanations have been proffered to explain the escape of the acknowledged tick colony,mostly centering on supposed negligence..._javascript:icon('
')Now where have we heard that one?I don't recomment going to the doctor,but empowering thyself through the web._javascript:icon('

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:14 PM
I have been feeling this too. It is obviously not the normal tired feeling contributed to stress and lack of sleep and such, and anybody who tells you this is ignorant to their own self and own feelings.

That is why we are all here talking about this, because alot of us know our own body's and know our own feelings and we recognize that this is not a normal feeling that we are use too. This is a new feeling, it is a totally different type of tired that we have never felt before.

I felt it the strongest last night when I tried to go to bed. I was really tired and for some reason I just could not go to sleep right away. It felt like there where active forces around me that was distracting me from sleeping. It literally feels like there is a force of some kind that is applying pressure on me, maybe gravity, may electric magnetic energy or maybe something entirely different.

One thing is for sure is that this is not a normal feeling, it is an entirely new feeling. My gut tells me that it is not something bad but, just something different..........a change.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:18 PM
I think that the populace is worn down with worry and anxiety because the warmakers are hard at it...banging the drum, rattling the sabre, stabbing the oppressed with the sabres...scaring the populace so they will not have time to look behind the curtain to see who is blowing all the smoke. In the US, the warmakers threw 9-11 at us to scare us and have been successful in fooling the majority of the populace...I believe that many are suspicious- if not informed about the facts, but what can be done? When system is corrupt to whom do you present the evidence?

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:55 PM
yes, experiencing a 'world weariness' - tired of the same old NO-solutions, power-mongering postures to world problems-not just the constant depressing situation that is happening here, in america. I think that many are desperately trying to hold on to the past, old thinking, behavior and for those who want to move ahead it's like trying to pull a gigantic meteor out of the way. humans have hit global critical mass in their infrastructures/systems of government/finances and behavior toward all living creatures-- billions choose to remain oblivious while others are screaming from the rooftops about this reality. where we go from here-no one really knows-it is spiritually, emotionally and physically debilitating depending upon your character orientation and sensitivity.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:59 PM
Not affecting me at all

But maybe for some at least a combination of poor summer weather (here in the UK) and economic worries is the reason?

(Personally a hot summer would make me tired, but then I'm not a reptilian

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 03:38 PM
I'm exhaused all the time. I live in beautiful Florida, sunny everyday, I could go to the beach... But who has the energy?! I'm actually too tired right now to leave work and drive home and I'm not kidding. This is day after day for months now and everyone I talk to and work with says the same thing. Could it just be the stress of living in today's world with prices, etc and not knowing where we are headed?

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 03:52 PM
They have been spraying whatever they are spraying in the atmosphere, Chemtrails, for months here on the edge of the pacific, victoria canada, the last month the activity has increased, they have been laying them west to east and side by side, i've seen and photographed up to six at one time all uniform size eventually expanding into cloud cover in a totally clear sky after an hour or so, next time i will make sure i time stamp them, in mho contrails don't take hours to dissipate and shouldn't be turning into cloud cover!. And yes the tiredness is here too along with difficulty to sleep, we have also been having the crummiest summer yet, perhaps 3 weeks of actual summer.

posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 04:09 PM
reply to post by neformore

Maybe the answer lies in the song by Rodger Waters " Amused to Death"

It was the greatest show on earth
But then it was over
We ohhed and aahed
We drove our racing cars
We ate our last few jars of caviar
And somewhere out there in the stars
A keen-eyed look-out
Spied a flickering light
Our last hurrah
And when they found our shadows
Grouped around the TV sets
They ran down every lead
They repeated every test
They checked out all the data on their lists
And then the alien anthropologists
Admitted they were still perplexed
But on eliminating every other reason
For our sad demise
They logged the only explanation left
This species has amused itself to death
No tears to cry no feelings left
This species has amused itself to death

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