posted on Oct, 6 2012 @ 12:41 PM
1: That lady that said she had a vertical ribbon of iridescence in her eye for a few minutes had what's called medically a 'scintillating scotoma',
or an optical migraine. A lot like what people with migraines see beforehand and call an aura. It's caused by a neurological anomaly in the retina
or optic nerve. I had this happen to me a few days after I gave birth; apparently all that pushing and the increased intra-cerebral pressure played a
part. (Glad it wasn't permanent, but it was beautiful! In my case, it was a full half circle shape of iridescence in my right eye). And as a
warning, if you have sensations of flashing lights or a curtain of iridescence for more than a few minutes, it could be a detached retina (can happen
without any cause, or from a sneeze, blowing your nose or trauma like a car accident), get to an emergency room right away; it's considered a medical
emergency. They can tack the retina back onto the back of the eyeball but if too much time goes by, it's harder to fix and will cause blindness.
2. It would be very helpful if everyone saying they hear tones or see odd military movement would state their general location, in case someone wants
to research this further, to see if there's a pattern.
3. I wonder how many people are hearing ringing or tones in the ears they use for cellphones!?
And as a corollary to that, I would like you all to consider just how much electromagnetic smog we're exposed to every day compared to just 60 years
ago. Cell towers, TV and radio communications, incoming cosmic waves, etc; they all add up and there must be more than before and certainly our
delicate nervous systems haven't had time to adjust. Evolutionary time is measured in hundreds and thousands of years, not decades.
And, lastly there's simply the noise associated with modern living. I finally arranged my life so that I live on a mountain, no nearby neighbors, no
traffic noise of any kind, and I rarely go into town. I don't have a TV, rarely listen to music, and only watch the occasional movie on my computer.
My household exposure to noise is at an all-time low. I too hear various frequencies in my ears but at this point I'm presuming hearing damage and
tinnitus from a career involving wearing headphones all day long. But most of you are living in cities, have exposure to daily incessant traffic,
electronics, 'entertainment' and cell phone noise. You've got electrically charged wires running everywhere near you and in your walls. When's
the last time you truly were somewhere absolutely, 1850's-style quiet?
4. Lastly, you might want to try taking ginkgo for the ringing. It's supposed to help to generate new capillaries in the ear and help with tinnitus
but can take several months to see an improvement. I take it and I'm pretty sure it helps.