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posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 05:40 AM
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Thanks for sharing your experience.

I also see those smaller shadowy movements, sort of like insects, but when I look I can't find anything. They can dart past quite quickly. A friend of mine and her partner also see them and call them the 'fast movers'.
I find they can vary in size, sometimes seeming like human sized.

I've seen other stuff not so shadowy. For example, I clearly saw a cat go past at top of stairs. But something made me question - did I really see that for real? When I went to inspect there were no cats, and our cats were outside.

I've also seen that white mistiness you mention. I've heard it descried before, almost a stereotypical, cliched form of a ghost - but it's another thing entirely when you notice it yourself isn't it!

You described that rippling effect well as a vortex. Not sure if you've noticed that this vortex/rippling effect can intensify and be much stronger at times? This could just be to do with how tuned in the perception is to it.

Very interesting about blueish reflective light.


Originally posted by Wifibrains
I see a few ,different things from time to time. Mostly I see little shadow balls that move like flying insects, sometimes I'll see a floating whitish mist drift by. Both of these dissapear when trying to look directly at them. The rippling air effect I would describe as a faint holographic vortex swirling and changing color and speed. In a pitch black room sometimes I'll see like a blueish light, almost like its reflecting off of water onto the walls and ceiling, flashes of white or blue, and tiny dots of red.




posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 05:42 AM
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Question 1 , do you smoke, question 2, how good is your eyesight

Sounds to me like a vision issue

The human eye can see what you describe if you are really bored and are looking at a blank wall/ceiling for far too long



posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 05:57 AM
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Yes I smoke, but that's not the mist, if that's what your thinking, and my eyesight is fine.

It's not that I staring at a blank wall or ceiling bored, how boring would that be lol. The room is dark, I can't see nothing, but soon can begin to focus on the vortex or reflection type faint light.



posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 06:06 AM
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Yea, sometimes it's just there, and sometimes I'll have to relax my eyes and not focus on anything to see it.

The blueish light thing has kind of subsided but was very tranquil and soothing.

The little shadows, fast movers, are relentless and I see dozens every day, tiny dot sized up to about the size of a golf ball, never for more than a second and it's gone.



posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 06:24 AM
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Originally posted by Wifibrains
Yes I smoke, but that's not the mist, if that's what your thinking, and my eyesight is fine.

I think I know where he is going with this.
Smoking spikes your blood pressure, its also REALLY bad for your eyesight...

www.medicalnewstoday.com...
If you are a smoker not only is your risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) greater, but also the risk of existing AMD progressing faster is also higher if you smoke. This is according to an article published in Archives of Ophthalmology (JAMA/Archives).

AMD is a leading cause of vision loss among older people, the authors explain. Previous studies had already demonstrated that smoking is one of the few modifiable risk factors for AMD. Smoking leads to higher AMD risk through several pathways - smoking reduces antioxidant levels, it lowers blood flow around the eye, and it may also affect the coloration (pigments) in the retina.


en.wikipedia.org...
Signs and symptoms of macular degeneration include:
Drusen
Pigmentary alterations
Exudative changes: hemorrhages in the eye, hard exudates, subretinal/sub-RPE/intraretinal fluid
Atrophy: incipient and geographic
Visual acuity drastically decreasing (two levels or more), e.g.: 20/20 to 20/80.
Preferential hyperacuity perimetry changes (for wet AMD) [7][8]
Blurred vision: Those with nonexudative macular degeneration may be asymptomatic or notice a gradual loss of central vision, whereas those with exudative macular degeneration often notice a rapid onset of vision loss.
Central scotomas (shadows or missing areas of vision)
Distorted vision in the form of metamorphopsia, in which a grid of straight lines appears wavy and parts of the grid may appear blank: Patients often first notice this when looking at miniblinds in their home.
Trouble discerning colors, specifically dark ones from dark ones and light ones from light ones
Slow recovery of visual function after exposure to bright light
A loss in contrast sensitivity



posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 06:38 AM
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Thanks for your response. I don't smoke and my optician said I have 20/20 vision. Does it still sound like a vision issue?


Originally posted by Razimus
Question 1 , do you smoke, question 2, how good is your eyesight

Sounds to me like a vision issue

The human eye can see what you describe if you are really bored and are looking at a blank wall/ceiling for far too long



posted on Sep, 2 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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I have experienced all of the things you've mentioned the "dings" I see them everyday as well as the floaters. The ripple in the air, this only happened to me once. About two months ago I was standing in the kitchen washing dishes when I looked out into my living room when I saw a ripple in the air. It only lasted for a few seconds and I never saw it again. I have been searching to see if any one else had this happen to them and I finally found your post today. And like you, I have 20/20 vision. As strange as this is, I am glad not to be the only person that's going through this. Now I just have to figure out what this really is.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 07:20 AM
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Thanks for sharing that experience. I would say keep on focusing on this because the more you focus the more it intensifies and you see more. I see ripple distortions in the air numerous times a day now. Also with regards seeing auras, that also has progressed to seeing more. I set aside time everyday to observe. Do you ever practice seeing the energy field round your hands? First it starts a faint glow, then intensifies. Then with more practice you start to see all sorts of air distortions around your hands, in between fingers - then almost like faint cobwebby lines coming out of finger tips. Moving your arms around helps see more distortions and often creates some a few feet away in room. Basically the whole room becomes a soup of these air distortions, along with the dings sparkling in and out. If you keep looking you might start to notice tiny little rows of tiny bubbles here and there, clinging to your finger tips. Awesome :-)


NRich
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I have experienced all of the things you've mentioned the "dings" I see them everyday as well as the floaters. The ripple in the air, this only happened to me once. About two months ago I was standing in the kitchen washing dishes when I looked out into my living room when I saw a ripple in the air. It only lasted for a few seconds and I never saw it again. I have been searching to see if any one else had this happen to them and I finally found your post today. And like you, I have 20/20 vision. As strange as this is, I am glad not to be the only person that's going through this. Now I just have to figure out what this really is.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 07:23 AM
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Btw with regards blood pressure (and also retina problems) it's interesting to note that I recently went for my check up at opticians. Nothing wrong at all. I don't wear glasses. Also had my blood pressure taken recently. No problems with that either.


defcon5

Originally posted by Wifibrains
Yes I smoke, but that's not the mist, if that's what your thinking, and my eyesight is fine.

I think I know where he is going with this.
Smoking spikes your blood pressure, its also REALLY bad for your eyesight...

www.medicalnewstoday.com...
If you are a smoker not only is your risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) greater, but also the risk of existing AMD progressing faster is also higher if you smoke. This is according to an article published in Archives of Ophthalmology (JAMA/Archives).

AMD is a leading cause of vision loss among older people, the authors explain. Previous studies had already demonstrated that smoking is one of the few modifiable risk factors for AMD. Smoking leads to higher AMD risk through several pathways - smoking reduces antioxidant levels, it lowers blood flow around the eye, and it may also affect the coloration (pigments) in the retina.


en.wikipedia.org...
Signs and symptoms of macular degeneration include:
Drusen
Pigmentary alterations
Exudative changes: hemorrhages in the eye, hard exudates, subretinal/sub-RPE/intraretinal fluid
Atrophy: incipient and geographic
Visual acuity drastically decreasing (two levels or more), e.g.: 20/20 to 20/80.
Preferential hyperacuity perimetry changes (for wet AMD) [7][8]
Blurred vision: Those with nonexudative macular degeneration may be asymptomatic or notice a gradual loss of central vision, whereas those with exudative macular degeneration often notice a rapid onset of vision loss.
Central scotomas (shadows or missing areas of vision)
Distorted vision in the form of metamorphopsia, in which a grid of straight lines appears wavy and parts of the grid may appear blank: Patients often first notice this when looking at miniblinds in their home.
Trouble discerning colors, specifically dark ones from dark ones and light ones from light ones
Slow recovery of visual function after exposure to bright light
A loss in contrast sensitivity





posted on Sep, 27 2013 @ 07:55 AM
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I see energy in the air and in nature, frequently. And things that dart, shadows that move. Not happy with them either. In the daytime too, but at night anything that moves can certainly stay away from me. Different energies, movement, like rivers of energy, particles at times, waves at times. Have low blood pressure. Currently around 110.
edit on 27-9-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 12:33 AM
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I have seen these rippling affects as well as the microscopic creature things, and the flashes. Sometimes I find these phenomena distracting, and will focus on them instead of the subject I am supposed to. I also see them radiating off of objects. I too have had my vision checked, and have perfect vision.



posted on Oct, 17 2013 @ 03:07 AM
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Keeping to the site rules best I can, the phenomona you're referring to I experience on a daily basis, almost like you've got the static from a detuned tv over your field of vision but translucent. In my case its from too much time spent with the Beatles good friend Lucy, and several other friends ( don't think I broke any rules with that?) any now has caused a condition called HPPD. But for you to be seeing it would mean your mind is a bit more open to...energy floating in the air. the little translucent specks (called floaters) tha kinda drop from the top to the bottom of your field of vision are dead pieces of your eye well...floating lol. Stop movin yer eyes so much, you're gonna detach a retina.



posted on Oct, 18 2013 @ 03:19 AM
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Most of us are aware of floaters:

en.wikipedia.org...

What most of us are seeing moves independent of eye movement


WakingDream
Keeping to the site rules best I can, the phenomona you're referring to I experience on a daily basis, almost like you've got the static from a detuned tv over your field of vision but translucent. In my case its from too much time spent with the Beatles good friend Lucy, and several other friends ( don't think I broke any rules with that?) any now has caused a condition called HPPD. But for you to be seeing it would mean your mind is a bit more open to...energy floating in the air. the little translucent specks (called floaters) tha kinda drop from the top to the bottom of your field of vision are dead pieces of your eye well...floating lol. Stop movin yer eyes so much, you're gonna detach a retina.





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