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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:25 PM
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Hey there ATS.

I just wanted to talk about a little mysterious phenomenon I had happen to me for about 2 weeks back when I was about 12 years old. (8 years ago)

This happened to me every day for roughly 2 weeks and every day it just made me wonder because I didn't understand it. To this day I still don't understand what happened. So that's why I'm posting about it here.

So I would be riding my bike to school. I was in grade 7 or 8 I think. Not that it's important. And every day for about 2 weeks I would make a turn on my bike and my ear would start to ring. Everyone's had this happen. Random ear ringing.

What was strange to me though is that I would happen to me everyday at the same spot while I was riding my bike. I would make the turn and *bam* ears would ring. To the point where I would think "Ok here's where my ears ring, let's see if it happens again". and sure enough it would. Happened everyday for about 2 weeks and then it just stopped.

Was very strange and I just want someone to explain why that happened.




posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:38 PM
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Thats interesting. Sometimes when I am just sitting reading a book or searching the web, all of the sudden, i will get a very high pitched ringing in one ear, sometimes both, that will last about 3 min before it fades away.

But you said it happened everyday in the same spot. Maybe a high frequency output in that area or something. Thanks for sharing.

Mistaken Mystery



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:40 PM
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Thanks for the Reply. do you know how common a random high frequency output that causes ear ringing is? Seems interesting.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:48 PM
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I was thinking tinnitus as I get it sometimes after I've been in chamber at depth for 2 or 3 weeks due to pressure on the eardrums. However as the first poster stated it could very well be from a high frequency source. When I work offshore we have transformers on some of the rigs and if you got very close when they were at full capacity you would sometimes get a swooshing ring to your ears due to the frequency generated bouncing off of your eardrums.

Was there a power substation or something like that nearby where this used to happen?



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:56 PM
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I'm glad someone posted this. I think this is very common for people. This happens to me sometimes and when I'm with people they might even hear it too on occasion. It sounds like its programming my brain or something.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by Nucleardiver
I was thinking tinnitus as I get it sometimes after I've been in chamber at depth for 2 or 3 weeks due to pressure on the eardrums. However as the first poster stated it could very well be from a high frequency source. When I work offshore we have transformers on some of the rigs and if you got very close when they were at full capacity you would sometimes get a swooshing ring to your ears due to the frequency generated bouncing off of your eardrums.

Was there a power substation or something like that nearby where this used to happen?


Nope no power substation. Was a very residential area with lots of houses near a school.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:06 PM
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Any source of high power output could cause this. Power lines do it for me, also make me feel anxious. Also there could have been an electrical component at someones house that wasn't properly shielded (most likely where the main power tie-in to the house is).

Hope that helps a little.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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Im not very educated on high frequency outputs. But if it was the same spot everyday, at the same time more or less, Maybe it was malfunctioning transformer or something related to the power grid.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:33 PM
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If you heard it in same spot then it could be some very high frequency sound. Some people are able to pick up frequencies that the average person cannot. Both my mother and I am one of these people.

If someone for example has one of those fences that are supposed to keep certain animals a way using high frequency inaudible sounds, then it will be painful for me to be anywhere close.

One thing also with such sounds is that it is very hard to pinpoint the location and it sounds almost like the sound is in your head.

My mom had this issue even worse than me. There was this supermarket with malfunctioning sliding doors that for some reason seemed to put out very high frequency sounds, i could hardly hear this while others were not able to hear it at all, but for her walking through that door was directly painful.
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:34 PM
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I had that happen when I was a child too. Around ages 6 and 7, every now and then, I would hear the buzzing behind my head, around my neck or brainstem. A couple of times it was accompanied by a shift in focus, like waking out of a dream, or falling into one. It could have been part of growing up and fitting into a bigger body, but there is a spiritual explanation which is very evil and frightening.

In the spiritual dimension, there is a race of creatures who manipulate people. A type of alien, but they do not look like your egghead greys, (they look more like short shadowy grisly ...space gangsters), complete with hierarchy, rules, and a plan for total domination of humanity. They like sabotaging people, and they have developed a discipline for manipulating people without the use of technology. They do it with their voice, and they manipulate people with a buzzing language. They communicate with one another with a buzzing language too.

They stand behind the person, and emit a buzzing signal with their mouths, and the signal goes straight to the target's cerebellum, the brain part responsible for action. This can paralyze their targets, order their targets to act under control, speak like puppets, and this can even cause horrible injury. The buzzing sounds like flies, or more like a beetle in flight, but they are so precise and quick-speaking that the complexity of the buzzing language is much more like a computer modem and its communications.

Children notice this before they get trained to disbelieve in fairy tales. This is why you'll usually have memories of this as a child, not as an adult. Spiritually you are supposed to fight these things to keep control of your own body, if you ever get conscious of these beings' presence, which is very subtle. Complain about this buzzing to grown ups in the "real world", you will get sent to a doctor or a shrink where the society will start dismantling your life with diagnoses, medications, and big medical bills. That is why it gets forgotten in childhood, because it gets blocked out by the busibodies in the physical world.

It may be related to the "lord of the flies" mentioned in the Bible.
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:35 PM
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How about going to a doctor, a specialist?
That is the only person who can give you an answer.


Best of luck.....



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:36 PM
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Ear buzzing? Could be a lot of things. Tinnitus. TMJ. Autoimmune diseases (like Sjogrens). Meniere’s disease. Inner ear infection (even if you don't realize it). Drinking alcohol can cause that. Injury to the ear (even if you don't realize it). Loud noise caused damage. Lots of things ...



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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I'm sorry but since you're a flyers fan I can't bother taking what you said seriously at all

lmao jk (btw they owned the crosby show today). Thanks for the reply.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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I really don't think a Dr. would be able to do anything considering this all happened about 8 years ago lol.



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:00 PM
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lmao what a response! I really hope for your sake that your post was parody! have me laughing out loud to the max here! thanks a lot m8



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:02 PM
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Thanks for the replies folks! So far I think the best explaination would be that there was something in the area emitting a high frequency sound which would cause my ears to ring when I went into the area where it could be heard. But any other explanations about what could cause it are always welcome. especially when it's about alien overlords who want to control humanity through buzzing noises lmao.

Thanks!



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 04:20 PM
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Here's a link you might find interesting. I live near a part of the grid that services a couple of small industries and on occasion my ears will ring like wedding bells at a royal wedding. I usually try to get out of the area for a while and that helps. link about stray voltage /electrical pollution



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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I lurk around ATS alot but never really post, but i just thought I should reply to your thread because I think I have experienced somthing similar.

I get a buzzing in both my ears, that usually lasts for a 2-10 minutes. However I only hear the buzzing when my head is faced in a certain direction. I can stand and turn around on the spot and will hear the buzzing twice in 360 degrees. The only difference is this has happened to me in lots of different places.

Maybe it wasnt the exact spot, but the way your head was tilted as you turned the corner??





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