posted on Feb, 15 2014 @ 07:51 PM
I was reading something today that was posted by another ATS'er in another thread and it got me to thinking about sound and the powerful things it can
do. My mind went wandering off on a tangent like it usually does when something is interesting to me. I wanted to post some questions and thoughts
that I began pondering.
Several experiments have demonstrated that low-frequency sound waves, known as infrasound,
can cause phenomena that people typically associate with ghosts. This includes feelings of
nervousness and discomfort as well as a sense of a presence in the room. The sound waves
may also vibrate the human eye, causing people to see things that are not there. Usually,
these waves have frequencies of less than 20 Hz, so they are too low-pitched for people
to actually perceive. Rather than noticing the sound itself, people notice its effects."
Lets think about this. People hear the sound. They may or may not be aware that they
are hearing it and then they notice the effects. They see things, like apparitions or
feel a presence.
So the Sound :
1) created the effect
2) opened a doorway to enable them to see or feel or sense the effect
Did the frequencies open a doorway to "see" these things more clearly ? Is this a phenomenon
or a reality hidden just out of reach, waiting until we know the secrets to unveiling it ?
Animals use sound all the time.
Acoustic communication is the sending and receiving of messages using sound. Bird song, the roars of lions and the chirping of cicadas are all
examples of this. Sometimes the messages are outside the range of human hearing, such as the ultrasonic squeaks of baby rats or the infrasound rumbles
of elephants. Most acoustic communication is not language, in the sense that humans use it, although language is one aspect of this
Whales are one species that use echolocation to communicate and locate prey. Echolocation is the process of emitting sound and interpreting its
vibration. Echolocation helps whales to navigate and see their environment even in dark, murky waters.
Whales and dolphins have a flat organ in the front of their heads referred to as a melon. It acts as a lens to focus sound waves into a narrow beam.
The echoes are received in the lower jaw, which acts like a receptor. The echoes are then transmitted to the inner ear. The time lapse that occurs
between the whale sound and the echo allows the whale to determine the distance of an object.
We see here that animals do it naturally. They already know the secrets to sound and what they can
do with it.
So why... why... why... when people do it, is it considered not real or an over active imagination ?
Perhaps we are using our third eye in sensing & seeing things not normally visible to our naked eyes by picking up things when the sound waves and
frequencies begin to vibrate the "third eye".
edit on 15-2-2014 by leolady because: (no reason given)