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Originally posted by ArcAngel
I am betting that you started a new medication....
Possibly an anti-depressant? Or other psychological drug.
Originally posted by ChemBreather
Probably not related, but I remember the first astronaught complained about light flashes when they were up in space, it turned out it was gamma rays penetrating the eye ball creating a 'spark' kind of flash..
I see them too, even in the day time looking up at the sky even, and if I realy consentrate, the grow in numbers..
Or I just spend too much time infront of the flatscreen...
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
About 2 minutes into this exersize, a bright flash to my left occured, and this golf-ball sized, BRILLIANT light shot away, moving in a position from say 11 o'clock to say, 9 o'clock. It was only maybe a foot and a half away from me, and it was unbelievably bright, like a brilliant white, with a very slight hint of light blue.
[edit on 3-10-2009 by DimensionalDetective]
Originally posted by cloakndagger
Do you spend long hours at a computer screen? This might explain it because I can close my eyes after a long period of time on the computer only to see flashes of light. It might have something to do with the refresh rate of the monitor and the brain. That could be one possibility.
Originally posted by nikiano
reply to post by Littlemiss
Does this describe the white flashes?
Flashes of blue - white light, rays of light going from a center, like the spokes of a wheel, or like sparks seen after explosion of certain kinds of rockets, when lying in a dark room, with lids closed.
If so, the homeopathic remedy HYOSCINUM BROMHYDRICUM could help. It's a common symptom that this remedy has been used to treat. (It is the homeopathic preparation of scopalamine.)
[edit on 3-10-2009 by nikiano]