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Originally posted by MaxMan123
ALSO! I have seen a movie about aura and how were coming into another existence or something like that...
Originally posted by MaxMan123
Who is doing it?
Originally posted by cbass
Would you please provide your proof of your claims. It would make it easier to get on the same page as you, if we all had proof of the claims you are making. Thanks.
Originally posted by twitchy
reply to post by cbass
Good Grief... Proof of what exactly? I trust you are aware of the inherent implications of the term conspiracy 'theory'. I think you'll find alot of those being discussed here at ATS, as the last I checked, this site was meant for just that purpose. If there were proof, you would find a diluted mention of it on Wikipedia perhaps, but Maxman is discussing a well known and widely discussed aspect of Ufology, some refer to it as psychic vampirism. It's a theory.
I think alot of folks drain positive energy from others just by being negative, they may not do it intentionally and most of them, I would think, aren't aware of what they are doing at least on a conscious level. A bad mood is contagious, howeverm and that's a sociological fact.
As to Aliens and/or mythology, there's actually a wealth of history and literature from succubus to vampires, even fairly well documented tryptamine research where subjects have recorded seeing beings that surrounded people that were apparently feeding off their emotional energy.
Pretty interesting stuff, but I wonder why you think making these people angry intentionally out of retaliation would be of any benefit? There are defenses against the human aspects of negativity, the most effective of which in my opinion would be to adopt the mantra, Illegitimi non carborundum.
Originally posted by Resinveins
perhaps encasing yourself in aluminum foil would help? just a thought...
rain Waves: Beta, Alpha, Theta, Delta, what do they mean, and when do we have them? When you're awake and totally active, your brain waves operate at a level called Beta where they mainly oscillate between 14 to 30 cycles per second. As your mind relaxes and disconnects somehow from the external material world - like when you're daydreaming or meditating, or watching a movie - you enter a more focused, expanded state of awareness where brain wave patterns are mainly composed of Alpha brain waves oscillating at between 8 and 13 cycles per second. When relaxing even more, your mind enters a region that correlates with a large relative quantity of brain wave patterns of 4 to 7 cycles per second. This is the Theta zone of the mind. The Beta level corresponds to a focus of concentration by the mind upon the outside or perceptually separated world, and the Alpha and Theta levels correspond to a more internally focused, self-reflective state.
Your brain is made up of billions of brain cells called neurons, which use electricity to communicate with each other. The combination of millions of neurons sending signals at once produces an enormous amount of electrical activity in the brain, which can be detected using sensitive medical equipment (such as an EEG), measuring electricity levels over areas of the scalp. The combination of electrical activity of the brain is commonly called a Brainwave pattern, because of its cyclic, 'wave-like' nature. Our mind regulates its activities by means of electric waves which are registered in the brain, emiting tiny electrochemical impulses of varied frequencies, which can be registered by an electroencephalogram. These brainwaves are known as:
Beta emited when we are consciously alert, or we feel agitated, tense, afraid, with frequencies ranging from 13 to 60 pulses per second in the Hertz scale.
Alpha when we are in a state of physical and mental relaxation, although aware of what is happening around us, its frequency are around 7 to 13 pulses per second
Theta more or less 4 to 7 pulses, it is a state of somnolence with reduced consciousness.
Delta when there is unconsciousness, deep sleep or catalepsy, emitting between 0.1 and 4 cycles per second.
In general, we are accostumed to using the beta brain rythm. When we diminish the brain rythm to alpha, we put ourselves in the ideal condition to learn new information, keep fact, data, perform elaborate tasks, learn languages, analyse complex situations. Meditation, relaxation exercises, and activities that enable the sense of calm, also enable this alpha state. According to neuroscientists, analysing electroencephalograms of people submmited to tests in order to research the effect of decreasing the brain rythm, the attentive relaxation or the deep relaxation, produce signficant increases in the levels of beta-endorphin, noroepinephrine and dopamine, linked to feelings of enlarged mental clarity and formation of rememberances, and that this effect lasts for hours and even days. It is an ideal state for synthetic thought and creativity, the proper functions of the right hemisphere. As it is easy for the hemisphere to create images, to visualise, to make associations, to deal with drawings, diagrams and emotions, as well as the use of good-humour and pleasure, learning is better absorbed if these elements are added to the study methods.