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Correlation between ears ringing and alien abductions

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posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 12:50 PM
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Everynow and then, my ears will start ringing out of nowhere. I cant tell if that means there's a craft nearby or my head is just adjusting to the pressure level or the surrounding environs. Probably the latter.




posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 01:13 PM
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Could also be that you listened to Iron Maiden too loud 25 years ago????



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 11:35 AM
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I sometimes can hear this high pitched buzzing from one of my ears to the other, like if the "sound" would pass through my head, leaving the first ear partially deaf as the sound slowly goes through to the other ear, to then disappear. it usually lasts a few seconds. I've no idea what this is. Maybe I'm sensing some sort of energies around me, I don't know. Then there's this other kind of, this time constant, buzzing that I hear at night, when totally relaxed just before getting asleep. I would describe it like a very high vibration from within my head. I could hear this buzzing ever since I can remember. Those with the same symptoms, please, share.



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 11:44 AM
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I don't know about alien abductions but I started with ringing in my ears on and off due to chronic sinus infections and allergies 20 years ago and now the ringing is constant and very annoying specially in my left side where my sinus seems to be smaller and prone to more problems.

After many test that shows my hearing is normal and I have not lost any, I discovered that I also have TMG that also makes tinnitus worse.

I heard magnesium helps with it but I have to try that yet.

I sleep with an air filter that helps cover the noise.



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 12:32 PM
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Originally posted by Scolecite
nobody really knows what the ringing in the ears is, do they?


There are a number of known reasons - (presumably many unknown reasons also).

Some of the simpler ones are ear wax, blood flow (various reasons - often people with heart conditions developing get the tinnitus), colds and sinus problem can cause temporary ringing, child hood ear infections could be a cause, stree, drug and medicine intake (including alcohol) - hearing damage, ageing, nerve damage - acoustic nuroma (small benign tumours)... That is not a complete list by any means.

I personally favour the idea some of us are just a little more sensitive to EM fields from all sorts of electrical devices and well power lines all the radio and microwaves all that sort of stuff - people say there have been natural versions of all that stuff, but I say never in human history have we had to cope with so much... And most of it operating 24/7 on specific freqs... It's not actually sound we are hearing, that's just our nervous system (which of course is electrical) making sense of it, we perceive it as sound...

I in no way think I have been abducted though! - Who would want me??



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 04:48 PM
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Are we talking constant ringing or here and there?

It's obvious you're going to have ringing after a loud event, wearing headphones and having the music on loudly for some time, even a loud TV can spark it up once you've switched it off - but that's quite extreme volume. So, had you been listening to music that night?

Another thing is general frequencies. Have you looked around your house, perhaps something is just making your ears "ring" or so it seems because of it's frequency. TV's, fridges, computers and just normal phone chargers omit a dirty frequency that I know I can hear. I'm sure Im not the only one who can hear that a TV is "on" in the house even if I'm nowhere near it. So I make sure everything is completely off at night, cos otherwise it causes a frequency ringing. My XBox, modified, creates an ear piercing frequency - seriously, it can make you feel ill. A Bit like those yob alarms that just play a high frequency.

Also I know a lot of friends including me get that random, OW, massive loud ring has just entered my head! But then dissapears a few minutes later. God knows what that is all about. Ha, someone recently said on ATS that maybe ringing ears could be when a UFO is over-head, so I tested this theory the last few times it's happened but no, didn't see anything. So I can't say that bit relates to UFO's in your area


Finally, there is always a bit of ringing in your ears. It's just how atune you're being to it at the time. I can hear it since I read this thread, but not before - cos I wasn't thinking about it, even slightly
It's better now, but when I used to go to bed, lying on one side I would hear a rythmic whooshing sound in my ear and a very low ringing. Turned on my otherside, I would hear nothing. It was hard to daydream or concentrate with that sound. But I'm fairly positive that was just the way my ears work. Well good luck. If your ringing ears somehow manage to make contact with ET, let us know!



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 06:12 PM
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I've have experienced the ringing in my ears all of my life and it has never bothered me. I do have an experience when it sounds like someone has turned the volume down on the hearing in one ear that I've joked about it being a signal that the aliens are coming! I don't know when the joke ever started, but it did. Guess it was just as good of an explanation as any at the time! LOL



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 07:20 PM
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Some drugs will make the little hairs in your inner ear fall out and those hairs don't grow back. People who take cancer treatments often complain of ringing in their ears.

Try turning a fan on at night. It will mask the sound.

The more you pay attention to it the louder it seems.



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 08:12 PM
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Originally posted by Now_Then

Originally posted by Scolecite
nobody really knows what the ringing in the ears is, do they?


There are a number of known reasons - (presumably many unknown reasons also).

Some of the simpler ones are ear wax, blood flow (various reasons - often people with heart conditions developing get the tinnitus), colds and sinus problem can cause temporary ringing, child hood ear infections could be a cause, stree, drug and medicine intake (including alcohol) - hearing damage, ageing, nerve damage - acoustic nuroma (small benign tumours)... That is not a complete list by any means.

I personally favour the idea some of us are just a little more sensitive to EM fields from all sorts of electrical devices and well power lines all the radio and microwaves all that sort of stuff - people say there have been natural versions of all that stuff, but I say never in human history have we had to cope with so much... And most of it operating 24/7 on specific freqs... It's not actually sound we are hearing, that's just our nervous system (which of course is electrical) making sense of it, we perceive it as sound...

I in no way think I have been abducted though! - Who would want me??
My ears started ringing about 7 years ago. High pitch and in both ears. Been to a number of doctors, no help.the intensity varies and I personally think it is cell phone related. I have had some odd unexplained things happen to me when I have awakened in the early AM hours. But can't prove alien existence.I am very healthy so go figure,??



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 08:21 PM
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Ears ringing may be a sign of histapenia. This is low histamine levels. Histamine is an inhibitory neurotransmitter. Histapenia is a subtype in schizophrenia. This may be the connection.



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 08:47 PM
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Originally posted by unityemissions
Ears ringing may be a sign of histapenia. This is low histamine levels. Histamine is an inhibitory neurotransmitter. Histapenia is a subtype in schizophrenia. This may be the connection.
Well my wife has been telling me for years that I am crazy,.... hmm must be a link there somewhere



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 08:55 PM
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Well that depends how she used the term. If it was just like saying you're weird than not a big deal, otherwise...

Here's a list of symptoms of histapenia:


High anxiety, nervous Social isolation Academic underachievement Dry eyes Depression and despair Food and chemical sensitivities Low libido Heavy body hair Restless legs Learning disabilities Upper body or head pain Panic attacks Paranoia No seasonal allergies Increased dopamine and Norepinephrine



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 09:17 PM
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montalk has spoken about ear ringing to some extent in relation to "hyperdimensional" attacks.

I'll let you draw your own conclusions.

montalk link



posted on Feb, 21 2010 @ 09:57 PM
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I have had this for about the past year and a half. Mine came from an explosion while deployed. It sucks, left ear rings loudly all the time. I have to keep the TV on at night in order to have something else to listen to. I have heard that white noise is somewhat effective but I never tried it. It does get annoying sometimes but I am learning to not pay attention to it.

-Nate



posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 08:36 PM
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Hi, please here me out. Guy Malone said that he got ear infections when he was little, and he also was abducted when he was little. There is a connection, but it's not what you think. On a spiritual warfare website (actually on various), one symptom of demonic oppression (which is like influence, but worse) is ringing in the ear. I've had times where i have ringing in my ear and just said 'in Jesus name i command you to leave' and it goes away in a moment. But when i haven't been close to God it doesn't work. On the CE4 Research Group's website (www.alienresistance.org...) there are various testimonies where people have stopped alien abduction in Jesus' name. Jesus is our strength against demons and satan. Hope this helped



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:18 AM
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medical condition????ok doctor....take the pills.....



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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Right on. Agreed.

But even then, a doctor might not fix it.

Here's what I would suggest. Get some ear candling sticks. This sounds weird, but they're hallow cotton sticks coated in wax. One end fits into the ear, and the other is lit like a small torch. The heat and small suction somehow draws earwax out.

It can be hard to do by yourself, so you can get someone to help you. You can buy these online and in certain natural stores.

If you think ringing in your ears is bad, be glad you don't have to put up with "the mysterious Hum"...google that. It's a phenomenon that remains a mystery. Some say it's tinnitus, but sufferers know better. U2U message me if you want links to videos, etc.



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 04:12 PM
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Heres the cure for tinnitus and the only cure so far. So if youre a rat, start lining up.

Recent trials for tinnitus cure.



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 04:19 PM
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I have a strange correlation of my own. My ears ring when i hear loud noises... weird huh?

but in all seriousness it sounds perplexing.




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