Last night, there was a huge flash of light. Me and my partner had just got into bed and settled down, kissed good night and WHAM. There was a
blinding flash, as if someone flashed a camera in our faces, which literally hurt my eyes. (Scene: room is pitch black, door shut, not on a busy road
so street lights and car lights are a no no.) The moment it happened as well, our daughter in the next room awoke, but straight after slept (9 months
This isn't the first time its happened to me and it doesn't happen just at night, neither in the same place. I've been doing some research into the
phenomenon and i was shocked to find that it is quiet common and no-one as of yet has been able to explain it. I'm very open minded, I've researched
paranormal reasons and natural, I'll share what i have found;
when flashes of light are caused by damaged retina. This can be ruled out, and a majority
of possible medical causes can be ruled out, such as migraines, trauma, as two of us have seen it. Not just my partner but friends in the day.
Simply put, ghost believers say that its some sort of entity manifesting
Beams of light are usually involved with abductions, countless stories on the net, not worth reposting.
Its your body opening up to other dimensions, the third eye awakening
Most intresting of all, not saying its my conclusion but a guy mentioned in the previous link John A
( a slight eccentric maybe) but he mentions it maybe some sort of programming from sort of beings, he doesn't go into detail, well i
haven't found any but interesting none the less.
Late paranormal researcher John A. Keel collected reports of (and himself claimed to have experienced while living in a New York apartment building)
unexplainable yet reoccurring flashes of light, akin to a camera bulb going off. He theorized that this was carried out as some form of mental
reprogramming by unknown forces in an effort to manipulate or alter the subconscious of certain susceptible individuals.
Your help and comments would be greatly appreciated, and feel free to ask questions.