posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 09:40 PM
Om, so my first post on this thread was basically a rant complaining about the over-hyping of doom, regarding Sandy being some novel storm (when it
wasn't), but thinking through it, and reading along, that was more out of annoyance at what seems to be the website being promoted through ATS
postings. The thread, however, has merit, at least as a discussion, so my apologies for being abrupt with my criticisms.
Anyhow, several people writing about feeling vibrations, and the way they're described, maybe this is what I've been feeling here and there as well.
Its only happened while in bed, or napping in the recliner. I only average about 5 hours of total sleep daily, and am rarely at rest, except during
those hours. When I wake up from sleep, or am drifting to sleep, my senses have always been drastically "tuned up." I used to fall asleep to music.
I would turn the music on with my ear right up to the speaker, 12' from where my head would be in bed, and turn it up from 0 volume, to where I could
barely hear it (with ear right by speaker.) before drifting off, or when rousing slightly during the night, the music would seem LOUD to me - like I
would be waking others. Anyhow, just an example there.
So lately, probably 8-10 times in the past few months, when falling asleep or waking during the night, I have this feeling like my whole body is
vibrating, though nothing feels abnormal with my body itself. We run a fan when sleeping, and it seemed as though it could have been the fan just
creating an oscillation type wave with the floorboards or something. Then I had it happen without the fan on one night, and when falling asleep in the
recliner downstairs. Wasn't the fan. I started thinking it was something weird going on with me physically, but it just doesn't seem to be. Another
poster mentioned her husband being a super-sense type, hiuts of gas, etc. That's me too. Called the gas company for a gas leak recently and pointed
out exactly where it was coming from. The guy was shocked, I smelled it from upstairs, 2nd floor initially and followed it to the basement and to the
exact fitting where he found the leak.
So is there some strange vibration happening? And folks with, for whatever reason, strong senses, especially when things are still and quiet, etc,
have been able to pick up on it? Now I'm really intrigued - just not sure I should be relieved that it's not something in my body vibrating (does
that sound "wrong?" - Haha sorry, couldn't resist.)
Anyhow...things that make you go, hmmm