If you need to believe that I was waiting to hear voices in my head in order for you to be able to make sense of this then I am not going to stand in your way. I can't remember ever wanting to hear some Russian dude talking about God knows what but maybe deep deep down inside I have always sectretly longed for it.
Originally posted by sled735
One time when I was driving down my hometown road I came to a deep curve. Before reaching it a voice in my head told me to STOP! I jumped from being surprised and wondered if I really heard that, or was I losing my sanity?
Then it said in a very demanding voice, "Pull off the road as far as you can and STOP!"
I was afraid NOT to obey this demanding voice, so I pulled over in the grass beside the road as far as I could and stopped. In about two seconds a big dump truck came around the curve on my side of the road! If I hadn't pulled over it would have hit me head on, and probably killed me.
I was shocked and had to find the nearest place to pull over and compose myself. It was undoubtedly my spirit guide.
I've had other instances when I would hear someone call my name VERY loud when I was alone, and other times someone would yell, "Mama!" very loud. No one was there!
Originally posted by Darkblade71
reply to post by KentuckyMan
Well spill the beans man, cause I dunno why or what it was.
Maybe give us the super condensed version
When the pineal gland is affected by an electrical shock of some kind it can be stimulated into releasing a wider path of information into the brain from the Higher Self. This is possible without such drastic measures. For those who are able to achieve deep levels of meditation, the following is offered as a way to stimulate your own pineal gland and further open your pathway to Universal knowledge: When you are focused to a point where there is a complete absence of physical reality, concentrate your entire attention on visualizing a small golden rod just outside the third-eye location on the forehead. See it as a shining golden light. When that vision is firmly in place, insert (in a healing, painless, spiritual and beneficial way) the rod into the forehead slowly feeling only a tingling of energy as you do so. You might have to do this in stages, for the energy that the rod emits will affect different parts of the body as it passes through the brain. Do not be alarmed if this happens: simply pull the rod back until you are ready to try again. When you finally come very near the pineal gland, it will respond by shooting flashes of visions and/or words and phrases into your mind. This can be startling if you do not expect such immediate results. When you are ready, gently push the golden rod completely into the middle of the pineal gland, for you will be well aware of its presence now. There might be a short mental explosion of light and sound, then the energies will connect and balance themselves. After this happens, make time to rest as much as you can for at least a week while your brain and body become accustomed to the new source of energy. In that time you will find your awareness becoming keener, and abilities of many kinds will start to surface. Breathe.
Skip (or DX) is a name we use to describe atmospheric conditions that allow for radio transmissions to travel long distances. These conditions can bounce signals from state to state or even from country to country. While most people have the impression that only Ham Radio operators can talk long distances on the ham frequencies, they couldn’t be more wrong. The CB radio frequency spectrum is located very close to one of the popular Ham Frequencies used for DX and so even CBer’s can enjoy the same sort of amazing distance transmissions.
Skip is a big part of the CB radio hobby and there are tens of thousands of operators across the U.S. who enjoy talking long distances when conditions allow them to do so. These operators will often turn on their radio daily to listen and see if conditions are allowing skip to occur. If skip is happening they will jump on the radio and try to make contacts with other stations far away. Talking to stations in other states or other countries is exciting (imagine talking from your car in Colorado to a station in Australia – how cool is that?). Operators who talk skip are all excited about this phenomenon and so they are happy and willing to make contact with multiple stations on the air. If they are able to hear you, then they most likely will say hello to you.