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Why is the hum getting louder/ stronger? date:2/17/2010

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posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:14 PM
I had posted many times to the SHEDDING SOME LIGHT ON THE MYSTERIOUS HUM thread about my experience with the hum, but got nowhere. I'm just trying to find others like me who are suffering with this hum. To figure out what is causing this. Please read my posts under the above mentioned thread, so I don't have to repeat everything. I still have hope that a hearer will finally write something that will actually help and that the non-hearers will find something else to do with their time.

Early this morning something very loud flew over the house around 4:25 am (EST). It sounded like a rocket taking off or a very big low flying jet. I even called the Traffic Control Tower at Palm Beach International airport to see if they knew what it could have been. They didn't know... Now the hum is very very strong. I told my husband that if people are responsible for the hum, they are really trying to make my brain explode tonight. I don't know how I will be able to sleep tonight. This is the strongest it has been since I started hearing it back on September 23, 2008. Is another earthquake coming near here? What the heck is going on? If this is caused by humans, IT HAS TO STOP!!! I can't live like this for the rest of my life...

PLEASE, ANYONE ELSE OUT THERE HEAR IT LOUD TONIGHT???? VERY PERSISTENT, NO PAUSES. Whatever it is, right now it feels like it is at full strength.

If this is due to something going on with our planet, may God help us.

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[edit on Thu Feb 18 2010 by DontTreadOnMe]

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:48 PM
Wow. very interesting. I have also heard this hum. To me its like a quickening of vibrations. Can you relate to that?

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:49 PM
do you live near wind turbines?

i live near some small windmills and they create a loud hum.

also, the outdoor furnace makes a loud hum.

just throwing out some logical explanations.

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:49 PM
Its probably Haarp at full blast tonight. Not trying to be funny but have you gone to a doctor about your ears? Does anyone else in your vicinity hear it? Is it just YOU?
If that happened to me i'd go ask the neighbors if they can also hear it, that way you know if its only you or does almost everyone hear it?

Good luck.

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:51 PM
Couple of questions:

Do any of your neighbors/family members hear it?

Have you been fully checked out by a Doctor?

Are you currently on any medication?

Any drilling sites close to home?

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:52 PM
reply to post by notknowing

You are too far away from AZ and NM for this to be related to the tesler or telsa hum or other such underground source for the noise. You must have tinnitus and should probably see an ear nose and throat specialist right away.

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:52 PM
Quick question,

Does your husband hear it or is he able to sleep ok tonight??

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:58 PM
reply to post by notknowing

I can't believe you have not gotten your ears checked out at the doctor. It really seems like its probably something wrong with your ears. Hope it isn't too serious and can be fixed without surgery.

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 10:59 PM
This is weird...

I've thought I was hearing the Hum a few times in the past, only to discover that the sound was traceable to local sources (my new fan in my room, dishwasher running, my brother's old computer running against my wall next door, etc.)

However, early this morning, sometime around 6:30-7:30 am, I heard an odd noise in the sky. I first attributed it to an airplane, but it took FOREVER for it to fade away. It actually sounded like a fleet of old WWII bombers flying over. It was a very booming, loud thrumming sound, and even with the windows closed and my fan on in my room, it was loud and persistent.

The sound eventually did fade away, and I got up as normal and went to school.

Now my school is near Lambert Int'l Airport in St. Louis. Very low jets fly in every few minutes just north of the campus, and I'm used to this noise. But when I got out of my car, that same booming fleet-of-huge-propeller-plane noise was filling the air. I watched the skies carefully all along my long walk from my car to class, but I couldn't find anything (partly cloudy skies this morning). Jets would come in, heading to Lambert, and the sound would be drowned out temporarily, but as soon as the jet had passed the noise would be back again.

The sound faded away gradually, but hadn't vanished completely by the time I entered my class building. I didn't hear it when I came out later.

I thought I might have heard it for a little while this evening at home, but if I did it was faint and far away.

What's going on?

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 11:12 PM
if this hum is occuring on a regular basis then get some equipment to record the sounds so that someone can analyze what the cause is i have not experienced this hum

posted on Feb, 17 2010 @ 11:51 PM
Hey i can't find your other thread, but i would like to know more.

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 12:16 AM
If you are hearing a constant hum, you might have had a kundalini awakening.

I suggest you look it up to see if you have other symptoms, it can be an unbelievably beautiful blessing but it can also be a horrible nightmare if you do not know how to work with it.

Bella Mente

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 12:23 AM
I think the real obvious question here is:

Does anyone else in your household like your husband HEAR IT???

This would be a good starting point.

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 12:40 AM
Hmmm maybe the humm your hearing is the engines from the planes flying over your house lol

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 01:05 AM

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by eyeinoz
Yes, she's sitting around cutting papers and hence the rip in the fabric of time

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 01:38 AM
Have none of you ever heard of the Taos Hum? It's a real phenomenon, and if it's truly happening to the OP, its no laughing matter.

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 01:42 AM

Originally posted by rusethorcain

You are too far away from AZ and NM for this to be related to the tesler or telsa hum or other such underground source for the noise. .

It's called the Taos Hum.

I had a similar "bothering humming noise" when they put up a cell tower nearby. It was driving me nuts. I would only hear it in the wee morning hours before traffic started. I think some people are just more sensitive to these sounds than others.

One thing I read was that in the last war a lot of experimentation was done with silent sound. They would use it to drive people out of their homes. I also heard that it was practice and experimentation. I saw a recent thread on silent sound. Maybe you should check it out.

And btw, some medications like aspirin and antibiotics can affect your hearing.

[edit on 18-2-2010 by Alethea]

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 01:55 AM
reply to post by notknowing

Well, I have to tell you....a few years ago, I developed ringing/humming in my ears and it drove me absolutely bonkers! It still does, although I'm getting used to it....if you can ever get used to noises in your ears. Like you, sometimes it prevents me from sleeping.

I tried everything to get rid of it (and I mean everything.....accupuncture, homeopathy, etc...) and homeopathy got rid of it more or less, but still every once in a while, the buzzing/ringing/humming comes back. And tonight, it came back.

The noise in my ears is not like the noises you describe...however, the fact that the noise came back today loudly, when I haven't heard it in a while, PLUS the fact that you are saying that your noises are really loud, leads me to ask myself a few questions.

1. Could tinnitis (noises in the ears) be more than what the medical community says it is? Could we be hearing something that really is out there, and not just nerve damage?
2. Are the variations in loudness and softness the same in everyone, on the same days?
4. Could tinnitis be a form of extra-sensory perception, except it is extra-auditory perception?

So, if you're up to it, maybe it would be interesting for us (those of us who hear noises) to keep our own separate journals.....for, oh, a month...documenting the loudness, on a scale of 1-10. And then, at the end of the month, we could post our results, and see if we noticed the volume was louder on certain days than others.

If the volume of our noises were louder for both of us on certain days, maybe it would suggest that we can hear things that others can't.

I would be up for doing an experiment if you would like to do it with me.

posted on Feb, 18 2010 @ 06:02 AM
How dissappointing... I can tell most of you are non-hearers... I'm not going to repeat everything all over again. Do a search with my author name: notknowing and you will get all the posts. All the answers are there.

I can see why non-hearers stop trying to find answers after a while. It is maddenning to have to answer the same questions over and over. Like some kind of torture.

This problem is real! And the sound is really not a sound... It cannot be recorded. We perceive it as a sound. If you heard what I sense as the hum, then I'm sure you would finally realize why this is so hard to deal with. It is more than a sound. It feels like it penetrates your brain.

It was pretty strong all night, and now finally, at 7am it seems to be going back to the usual level, not so strong. Thank you.

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