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Originally posted by David
It is known that HAARP has been linked to physiological effects, including but not limited to headaches/migraines, visual flashes of light, auditory hallucinations, strange tones or other noises in the ear with no apparent cause, other unexplained body pains, usually associated with the cranium or jaw, pain in the eyes, sudden unexplained elevated blood pressure, fainting, sleeplessness, extreme fatigue with no apparent cause, and severe depression, again with no apparent cause.
I had every one of those last night (dont know about the blood pressure).
My jaws still aching!
(The auditory hallucinations were ringing phones and beeping noises, so i'm still not hearing voices...yet )
Originally posted by astrocreep
My night didn't seem sleepless but I do remember the misses telling me I was up walking around more than a couple of times. She did have a sleepless night because of headaches. I overslept a half hour and still felt zapped when I awoke. Now, thats not such a big deal but I get in this morning and half of the 120 person staff that I work with is more than one half hour late for work including the boss. The receptionist also seemed groggy and complained of similar symtoms. Now I hear on the way back into the office this evening that someone has shot up the city counsel meeting in NYC. A mindcontol attempt to assasinate a high official maybe? Anyone else noticing anything out of the ordinary?
Originally posted by Banshee
What's going on in Bilibino, Russia?
That reading is really weird looking...a little too rhythmic.
Originally posted by Valhall
2.) a vision that was an extremely powerful revelation . I'm WAY serious on this one.
Originally posted by dragonrider
AURORA OUTLOOK: Sky watchers should be alert for auroras on (or about) July 27th when Earth will enter a solar wind stream flowing from a coronal hole on the sun. The best observing sites will be at high latitudes--e.g., southern parts of New Zealand and Australia, Canada, and northern US states like Wisconsin and Michigan
Is there a reason why these solar wind streams always seem to be hitting the same areas of Earth? I don't understand why the flares would be hitting the same area for over 3 weeks now.