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Did You Just Feel an Odd Wave Sensation?

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posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 02:14 AM
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This has been happening to me with increasing frequency over the past 5 years. (strictly horizontal movement... much like the floating in shaking hot tub description.) At first I thought they were very small earthquakes. Sometimes I noticed a ripple on the surface of my water glass, but other times, there was no indication anything was actually moving. just now, i've experienced about 10 of these in the past 2 hours and I was convinced it was real. I've been searching the USGS site to see if it was in fact a quake, with no success. It must be something else...




posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 02:17 AM
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1. All day on 1-23-09

2. Hollywood, California USA

3. 6-7

4. I was at a hotel in Hollywood and It felt like an earthquake but it was a moving sensation in my head which was different than previous earthquakes i've felt. I only felt it when walking around, but it happened periodically throughout the day. It's very hard to explain.



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 01:36 AM
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tylerjamescharles,

Thanks for the post. I think twice within the last 2 weeks I've felt the sensation however I'd rate them at a 1 or less. Very faint but nonetheless they were noticeable and before that I haven't had one experience in many months. Rarely I'll be looking at something and see it warp ever so slightly. May be a mind trick. Not sure.

It seems like having something like that go on all day would be quite disturbing though. I hope you got through it ok. Did you by any chance find anyone else with similar experiences?

Obsidience



posted on Mar, 2 2009 @ 02:03 AM
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Did You Just Feel an Odd Wave Sensation?

Recently, there are countless times that I've been feeling these 'sensations' - horizontal, waving, rocking, earthquake, etc. I'm fulling awake and usually sitting down.



posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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I've been on sabbatical from ATS for some time but wanted to report another wave sensation incident:



  1. Date: 4/29/09 5:30pm PST
  2. Location: Nevada
  3. Scale: 6
  4. Description: Felt like my head was being pulled to my left about 1ft for 7 seconds. Very noticable. I was sitting back on a chair reading mail.


Obsidience



posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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Hm.

A few years back I was defibulated 6 times, ever since then I have strange things going on (cant wear a watch as I seem to kill em, cant carry a cell because I drain the batt, and this is a lil crazy but bees seem to hate me with a vengence. To give some context).

But the biggest thing is I can feel, I want to say electricity but it may be more magnetic fields, my skin always feels like I have bugs crawling on it. But over the last few days it has gotten to the point of making me a little crazy.

Dont know if that fits in with your waves but I thought I would share...

Hugs,
Dax



posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by ImzadiDax
Hm.

A few years back I was defibulated 6 times, ever since then I have strange things going on (cant wear a watch as I seem to kill em, cant carry a cell because I drain the batt, and this is a lil crazy but bees seem to hate me with a vengence. To give some context).

But the biggest thing is I can feel, I want to say electricity but it may be more magnetic fields, my skin always feels like I have bugs crawling on it. But over the last few days it has gotten to the point of making me a little crazy.

Dont know if that fits in with your waves but I thought I would share...

Hugs,
Dax


Hi Dax,

I've never been defibrillated myself but I understand your post in some ways. The sensations I'm relaying in this thread are sudden and drastic feelings that last for a moment and then go away (imagine going into freefall for 10 seconds and then feel it fade away). When I first started the thread they were happening frequently but have since subsided considerably.

Part of your post indicates you have electro-sensitivity (please Google it!). A condition that I believe I also have. I do not have it to the same extents as you however a few things have happened:

1) Buzzing sensation in hands when working with mobile phones (wifi, bluetooth, EVDO and phone turned on) for a lengthy period of time.

2) Headaches when close to radio antennas. One time I visited a friend that had a WiMAX modem and WiFi router up at the top of a desk near a computer I was using. Got a nauseating headache within a few minutes that went away after leaving. I rarely get headaches.

As far as bugs crawling on my skin. I do get that way but I tend to believe that the cause is more due to something I ate rather than electromagnetic radiation in the air. Certain foods can make the situation very bad.

Take care!

Obsidience



posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by obsidience

Hi Dax,

I've never been defibrillated myself but I understand your post in some ways. The sensations I'm relaying in this thread are sudden and drastic feelings that last for a moment and then go away (imagine going into freefall for 10 seconds and then feel it fade away). When I first started the thread they were happening frequently but have since subsided considerably.

Part of your post indicates you have electro-sensitivity (please Google it!). A condition that I believe I also have. I do not have it to the same extents as you however a few things have happened:

1) Buzzing sensation in hands when working with mobile phones (wifi, bluetooth, EVDO and phone turned on) for a lengthy period of time.

2) Headaches when close to radio antennas. One time I visited a friend that had a WiMAX modem and WiFi router up at the top of a desk near a computer I was using. Got a nauseating headache within a few minutes that went away after leaving. I rarely get headaches.

As far as bugs crawling on my skin. I do get that way but I tend to believe that the cause is more due to something I ate rather than electromagnetic radiation in the air. Certain foods can make the situation very bad.

Take care!

Obsidience




OMG!!! Thers actually... h*ll I dunno.. a name for it??? The other thing I 'aquired" from that experience is RLS.

I wonder how they are tied together.

Thank you Obidience!!


Hugs,
Dax

[edit on 29-4-2009 by ImzadiDax]



posted on May, 2 2009 @ 08:57 PM
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Strange,I just observed my cat pass my door way in the hall from left to right .... twice. As if the world just skipped.Think I had enough beers for a while.



posted on May, 3 2009 @ 07:33 AM
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Interesting. i've been going to my doctor for some general symptoms I've been having. one of them being as follows ( so far they've found very littel wrong with me. A marginally low 24h bloodpressure reading that's all):

For the passed year on occation I get this feeling as if my interna balance is rubbed and I'm about to fall over backward. I have never fainted in my whole life. I actually don't seem to be moving but it feels like all my internal water is wobbling about inside me making me lose balance. It happens once and then fades out.

A better desciption might be to imagine a half full glass off water. If you start a wave in the water the cup will move by the wave. That's kind of what it feels like. Last time it happenend was about a week ago.


I'm Baffled




posted on May, 4 2009 @ 02:17 AM
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IAmD1,

My initial post sounds similar (concept of water being shaken):



imagine yourself floating in a hot tub and someone grabbing that hot tub and shaking it back and forth 6 inches in each direction every second


Anyway, the feeling I'm having sounds similar and I'm starting to have them again. I wouldn't have really reported it today but I did have another occurrence this morning at about 1pm that I'd rate a 2/10.

Please keep us informed of how your health checks go. I try to avoid hospitals but these sensations I'm having due appear to be very weird.

Obsidience



posted on May, 7 2009 @ 03:04 PM
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I had another occurence today about 3/10. I am still none the wiser


Health wize I do feel fine at the moment...and to be honest my doctors have not found anything wrong with me so I'll go under the assumption that I am at good health.

When I try to think about how better to describe the sensation all I can think to add is that it feels like half of veryigo or nausea but without the dizzyness and ill feeling that comes with it. Or like your heart skips a beat without the sensation in your chest. Just that feeling that something happened.

Does anyone think it could be the magneticfield shifting somehow? Anyone know if there's been any abnormal sunspot activity lately? Just a thought.



posted on May, 7 2009 @ 08:29 PM
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Hi IAmD1,

Great to hear that the doctor didn't find anything wrong! I don't visit our doctor often so I'm unsure if that's the case with me but as you say - I feel fine, have an active lifestyle and nearly always well.

Regarding your question on sunspot activity. As a matter of fact there has been odd sunspot activity lately. Complete lack of sunspots.

Here's a recent article

The last 6 months have been very weird for me as well. The moon seems to be always visible during the day for some reason and the sun is shining brighter than I remember.

Regarding magnetic fields, I suggest purchasing a rare earth magnet off of eBay to test test your theory. These magnets are VERY strong, just keep them away from electronics


Take care!

Obsidience
PS: Don't take the "mini ice-age" idea from the article lightly. There was a mini ice-age. Niagara Falls froze completely over at one point, there is a b&w photo of it on the web.

[edit on 7-5-2009 by obsidience]



posted on May, 7 2009 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by SkepticalSteve
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I hate these types of posts where it's "did you feel this?" "did you feel that?"


yeah buddy!
hate more!

it decimates your immune system and increases your chances of heart failure.

we' be one less hopeless skeptic trolling one of the only places in the internets where people can actually come to post things like this in case they really DO happen on a widely felt and reported level, and exchange experience.


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posted on May, 7 2009 @ 09:18 PM
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I first noticed this in the fall of 2007, and it lasted for a few months. That winter there was thunder and lightening storms when it snowed, that really surprised me. Some of the storms in spring that year were very nasty. I got the feeling something was off with the angle of the Earth.

In June 2008 there was another large period. I feel it now and then, yesterday May 6th, 8pm here on the East Coast. It if very subtle and errie, and your bathtub is a good analogy. Me, I felt as if the whole planet is swaying.

I will tell you what my theory is, and in fast is one of the reasons I first started going under the stars. I believe, that there are ET ships in orbit and they are anchoring the Earth. I think that if they were not there that right now we would already be experiencing 2012 things to do with Nibiru. However I think there is an intervention.

So last year this feeling was so strong, I would go out under the stars and send love and appreciation for anchoring the earth. A few months later I start to see strange things, and then it amps up to full visible contact with ships, the videos of which are posted here.

I have never told anyone until now the reason I was under the stars sending love. The feeling of these waves is it, they haunted me for days, I could feel them everytime I laid down. I even moved thinking it was trucks to a place away and on bedrock. I still felt them.

Strange but true. There is something up, the planet is under stress, and I think we might have a helping hand.



posted on May, 1 2015 @ 11:59 AM
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a reply to: obsidience

Hi
I have been experiencing this wave like sensation whenever I lie down. It seems like I am floating on a wave.. it happens even during sleep. Last night when it was happening I instead tried to get into that moving sensation n fell asleep. It felt like I am floating on an ocean and the wave underneath is moving me whereas there was no physical movement.
By the way I am from India n recently the nepal earthquake which happened was felt in india too...n I started having this wave like sensation since yesterday. I was also having weird headaches after the earthquake happened.
I did try to find out information about it n saw that there is something called earthquake sensitivity and some humans are sensitive to it...
anyways so am wondering what is this wave like feeling n it happened just now as I am typing this.
Thank you
loadsa love n light from India



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