posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:37 PM
Originally posted by FormerlyConfused
We have spirits in our house that occasionally get active. Sometimes when they do, very tiny sparks or flashes of light can be seen if it's a dark
room. It's only lit for a micro fraction of a second and because of that it's usually seen in the peripheral vision but sometimes I'm lucky and it
sparks right where I happen to be looking.
The flash happens so quickly it is difficult to tell if it is stationary or moving. I might see a flash in one area, then another a few feet away a
couple seconds later at random but I can't tell if it's the same "Thing".
The light seems to be localized to what ever it is causing it. I mean to say the light doesn not illuminate anything around it, just itself. It makes
no noise - they're completely silent.
They don't flash against a surface (They're not projectios on a wall) but in mid air.
Other people see the odd event as well and sometimes they are more noticable than other times. They happen in the height of other unexplainable events
then disappear as the events end so I believe the two to be linked.
Have anybody experienced something like that?
Any ideas what it may be?
It's good to see people discussing this now.
I'm posting in the year 2010 when satellites and mobile phone technology, not to mention the internet, allow humankind to potentially communicate
with anywhere else on Earth. Now, bearing that in mind - if we were to travel back to the year 1810 or even 1910 and explain about the things
humankind would be doing in 100 or 200 years into their future they would probably have you condemned to an asylum for the insane.
Therefore we would probably not believe the things humankind will be able to do in 2110 or 2210.
These flashes of light are currently explained as previous comments here already mention.
But nobody has mentioned the likelihood that this is traffic. Microscopic traffic to us and, as the theory of relativity explains, moving a lot lot
faster than traffic we have come to depend on in 2010.
I could go on but I'd like you to give me your opinions on what I've just told you.
Nobody has mentioned the fact that sometimes these vehicles crash and the explosion is almost inaudible to us which is down to our sheer size in
If you speed up video footage of a car crashing and exploding to the same rate it also sounds like an extremely high pitched spark.