posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 12:05 PM
When I go on my 11:00 PM neighborhood walks, sometimes I get cobweb strings draping across my hands and arms as I walk. At first (summer of 2009) I
thought they were actual cobweb strings that were in the breeze, but that was debunked when the "strings" started traveling up my arms, touching my
face and, essentially, interacting with me, in a sense. Besides, the area I walk in hasn't got any trees for dozens of yards as you walk down the
middle of the sub-division roadway. I had a period of time when I also considered the possibility that I had either a stroke or an aneurysm that was
impending, which sent me to my PCP for a quick look-see, with nothing to worry about.
Eventually, the cobwebs started alerting me by running along the back of my arms as I walked - I walk pretty fast for the most part - and especially
if I was walking into a slight breeze (meaning that behind my arms would seem like a very odd place for cobweb strings to be landing). At this point,
when I'd feel these strings, I'd stop and examine the activity, and they began feeling less like cobwebs and more like tiny electric charges that
actually had a definite "shape" as they stimulated my skin's nerve endings.
It was when I stopped and engaged "them" that they took on an almost human quality. Like they had a sense of humor at times, and at other times were
almost affectionate. It took some time, but I did find references online to cobweb sensations being associated with spirit touch. Not many references,
but they do exist.
I actually don't know what cobweb strings are all about (when there's no cobweb strings actually there), but I do know that I still experience them
when I'm walking, and I also get the sensation of a very, very light touch that plays with the hair of my eyebrows when I've finally laid down for
the night - long before I am even sleepy.
I bring this up because the easiest way for a spirit to make itself known is by stimulating your skin's nerve endings. Just a simple tickle that
defies explanation, and it generally won't feel like a hand or a finger. Just a stimulation, and this can end up feeling like cobweb strings, since
cobweb strings cause a very light stimulation as well. Your brain associates light stimulation with what it already has experienced as light
stimulation, and then if you're in a suggestive state already, you can easily create an entire spider web from just that quick association your brain
made between the light touch and how a cobweb feels.
It may not be your situation, but it's hard to really know what launches these fully developed scenarios, if they're occurring as you're coming out