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Originally posted by ThreeSistersofLoveandLigh
I have been reading this thread with much interest, and have wanted to comment because of something that happened to me, but I wasn't sure if I would be made out to be a nut. So here goes.
Deplume and all the others that believe that children can hear (and understand) these noises, I'm right on board with you. I believe the reason "adults" cannot hear it is because it is at a higher pitch than adults can hear. I have three reasons for my belief:
Reason number one:
My seven year old niece has been talking about her "moon mommy" over the last year and a half or so. It is difficult for her to relate what is "being told" to her because it makes her "feel very sad, angry and confused" (we aren't listening to her).
Reason number two:
My four year old grandson has been saying things about a lot of people dying "because they won't listen".
Reason number three (and this is a biggie):
I hear them also. But it only started about 2 years ago.
Some background on that:
Two years ago I found out I had a tumor invading my mastoid (the spongelike part of the skull that is responsible for allowing air to vibrate the three bones of the ear and the eardrum) called a cholesteatoma. This is a non-cancerous invasive and destructive tumor that "eats away" at the hearing bones and at the mastoid. If left alone long enough it will "eat" away through the mastoid and into the brain cavity. I was very lucky to have it caught before it did that, but as a result I lost two of the hearing bones and 90% of my mastoid. Fortunately technology has come a long way, and thanks to that (and an excellent surgeon) prosthetic (ceramic) bones have replaced my natural ones. However, as a result, I have a much smaller mastoid space,(just a bit smaller than the mastoid space of a child) and the prosthetic "bones" vibrate at a different (higher) frequency than normal ones do. I have 90% of normal hearing in that ear, but it is much different because I have lost the lower end of the hearing spectrum. Also as a result, I have a constant high pitched "static" that I hear all the time, that is the result of the eardrum being reconstructed with cartilage.
I can "easily" hear the mosquito ringtone (+22kh) that children under the age of 18, and animals can hear but most over 18 cannot.
That being said, every so often, especially when others hear "rumbling in the sky" I hear something different. I believe that my experience may be what has made me able to "hear" this. Unfortunately it is only a "far away whisper", (imagine someone whispering to another across the room) so I cannot quite make it out, but I am trying to.
Based on my experience and what has been said here about the higher frequencies (think mosquito ringtone )(+22kh), and what I heard in the recording, I think that if anything above that frequency can be isolated, and brought down to a lower frequency (8-12kh range) the message may become clear.
It stands to reason that "adults" wouldn't be able to "hear" it if transmission frequency was too high, but children could. It would also explain the strange behavior of animals of late.edit on 8/25/2011 by ThreeSistersofLoveandLigh because: to add
Originally posted by BluePillOrRedPill
As has been stated many times in this thread, if it is true young ones can hear higher frequency's, then please just ask your daughter this:
Hunny, can you make out any words from this or hear a sentence at all? It sounds like mummy can here something, but i just can't tell what it is.