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Originally posted by VariableConstant
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Has anyone else been having periods of hearing a very high pitch tone/whine? It's almost like tinnitus or the ringing I'd get after shooting without good ear protection for some reason but without the marsh-mellow fuzzy aspect. it's just that very high high pitch whine and it comes and goes. More the last couple weeks than ever and I never noticed it at all until a month ago. The last week just seemed to be a lot more noticeable and my other half mentioned she's heard something too...prompting me to wonder if others may as well?
Oddly enough, yes. Was just thinking about that earlier today, to the extent of considering a visit to the doctor. Thought maybe I was having some kind of problem, as it has been happening quite a bit recently. Interesting.
edit on 4-10-2012 by VariableConstant because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Grigori
Interesting about the ringing of the ears. I wonder if the temporoparietal junction may have something to do with that. Perhaps relating to Neurotheology in a way. I can't remember what study it was that demonstrated a statistical anomaly for precognitive responses in humans, but perhaps the ringing of the ears are
- The Grigori
Originally posted by GeneralMishka
About 35 years ago I had an instance where I heard 'ringing' from the ground. One morning I awoke at about 6am on a already bright summer morning to the sound of intense ringing. I got up went outside and found a spot about 200 yards away where the noise was the loudest, it seemed to originate from under the ground in a large mostly vacant field. I hung around awhile expecting more people to hear this noise, but nobody came. After maybe 20 minutes or so it stopped. Later that day I checked with the local authorities to see if any strange noises were reported...none
Weird, it was just me. Years later, and more than once, I have had dreams that an invisible temple is on that ground where demonic spirits fly in and out
Speaking of dreams...Last night I had a dream of a natural disaster(Bay area CA?) that led to thousands having to flee their homes. It wasnt an earthquake, but rather a violent, quick tectonic shift that dramatically changed the topography of a sizable section of land
There's a wicked quake coming to the Bay Area, California soon, I can feel it.
Originally posted by NewAgeMan
reply to post by masta12d
Hopefully it's the omegapoint of the cosmogenesis of the noosphere and you're just upset and in mourning over the part of yourself that just has to go..
Originally posted by masta12d
I don't post very often and if you look at my profile I have been a member since almost the onset of this site. Anyways, I have a very sinking feeling. I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum so I chose grey area.
I have a feeling that is totally undeniable and it is worrying me. I sense great harm and it feels natural like earthquake or volcano. Leaning towards volcano. Because of this I went to usgs.gov And noticed Kilauea just turned orange.
Honestly not sure if this is it, but something just doesn't feel right and last time this happened Katrina happened so I don't want to ignore my feeling.
Originally posted by UdonNiedtuno
Originally posted by sealing
Of course I know there is no scientific way to correlate
this ringing with Earth changes or dramatic happenings,
but it's really pronounced for me lately and I'm glad a few people
can relate to it and the feelings of some kind of event or change.
Does anyone else have the ringing mostly in one ear?
And then all of the sudden it'll get really loud for a few seconds
and I feel dizzy and as if the pressure
had just changed dramatically?
And I'm so glad you posted OP. You've been a member for a long time.
I appreciate threads from members like you.
I've had tinnitus since I was 11 (20 years). Only in my left ear, 4 doctors, 4 different diagnoses. Consensus is that I have to live with it, once I accepted this it has gotten much better, but it is ALWAYS there. With constant tinnitus it is all about perception.
Anyways, I just wanted to say that the above has happened to me a few times. The ringing will crescendo then I will be struck with fairly extreme vertigo and feelings of pressure changes.
To be clear, I have not noticed any significant changes recently. Though I have the weird feeling and there has been a scary number of random incidents in the past week where disaster preparedness has come up. I am going to Costco this weekend to supplement my food/water cache.
Originally posted by Screwed
Something is afoot and I can't pin point it
I hear a sound thats NOT a ring, but sounds JUST LIKE sand in an hourglass after you flip it and its in both ears.
Also sense were talking about the unexplained. The same time I started getting the sounds in my ear I have also seen little balls and streaks of light pass through or dance around my peripherals all the time.