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Strange Dizziness, Sick Feelings Before Earthquake

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posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 01:20 PM
Many are reporting feeling dizziness, nausea, and even feelings of irratibility as much a day before the earthquake yesterday. Also some are reporting feeling the same before Chile and Haiti quakes. Is this the work of HAARP or another Government project? Let's see who else has felt these things. Also have you been through a large quake in the last 20 or so years and NOT felt these things? The only way to figure this out to is have real experiences and comparing them to quakes before these three to see if there is a pattern developing. Please let us know what your pre-quake experiences have been.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 01:27 PM
Depends if they are naturally sensitive.

If they are not naturally dizzy with background radiation, or things like mobiles, someone should look into this.

Of course there is energy released by earth quakes, and of course some must be able to feel it.

Like george noorey said, it will be interesting to see if animals where on the move before hand.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 01:30 PM
Yup I felt the vertigo before the Chilean earthquake, I live in the Midwest.

Next time I will play close attention.

During or around the time of the Haitian earthquake, my husband woke up with intense ringing in his ears debilitating vertigo, he went back to sleep and woke up deaf in his ear, coincidence?

I don't know, but he is still deaf in his right ear.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 01:32 PM
This is a completely natural thing to experience. And it has nothing
whatsoever to do with HAARP. I was stationed on Adak, Alaska
in the Navy in 1965-66. During the year I was there, we experienced
approximately 100 small tremors including a couple of bigger ones
that caused damage at Mt. Moffet. I can remember having a sick queasy
feeling just before and during the quakes. Your boby simply reacts to that
sort of thing. It is something unnatural to us. But yes, it will make you
sick for a short time, but has nothing to do with government workings.

[edit on 5-4-2010 by endtimer]

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 02:03 PM
reply to post by endtimer

A day before an event is interesting. I personally have been through two earthquakes about 8 years ago here in upstate NY. in 2002. I remember no one reporting any odd feelings before or during these quakes. During one my family and I were sitting in the living room having coffee and it just started. Anyone been through more than one where one you did not feel anything before or during and second one you did? Also does magnitude play a part in how we feel? Ours were 6.0 and 5.2 small compared to 7,2 and 8.8.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 02:25 PM
reply to post by alexgia

I am not sure what you mean by a day before. No where did I state
anything about a day before the earthquake. I clearly said just before
and during.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 02:29 PM
Dizziness come from an imperceptible swaying motion. Not uncommon
at all. It's kind of like seasickness. Those that say they suffered BEFORE a quake don't realize that the motion started before they were aware of it.
My wife and lots of people I know have experienced this from being in high rise buildings in Los Angeles during quakes. Some quakes are sharp jolts, some gentle swaying. Sundays was swaying for us in the SF Valley.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 02:46 PM
Low frequency vibrations can cause vibrations in the inner ear. This can cause dizziness, nausea, and a general feeling of being unwell. These vibrations could appear before the slippage of the fault happens. Animals may be more in tune to these vibrations.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 03:42 PM
This is very common before earthquakes. Maybe you were not so sensitive before. In fact, I know people that get sick and sleepless even when there is a major earthquake on the other side of the globe.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 03:52 PM
It's 1:51 now and I'm feeling vertigo again...let's see if something big happens.

posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 06:17 PM
I remember reading somewhere about natural frequencies & their effects on human emotions. Well in short, there's a frequency at which we are all happy & really productive. Lower it by a certain amount & we become tired & depressed; raise it by a certain amount & we become irritated & restless.

Perhaps preceding an earthquake, the tectonic vibrations are significant enough to cause a change in human emotion?

I'll have a look for the original topic & post here when i find it


posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 05:02 PM
I have lived in California my entire life and I have felt many earthquakes. But, the Baja quake was the first time that I felt "very" dizzy and disoriented about 30 hours before it occurred. I woke up Saturday morning to play golf, and I was worried about not being able to swing without falling over. It was very intense for the first few hours of the day(and, my score reflected this, haha), but it lessened over the course of the afternoon.
As far as I know, this has never happened to me before. Or, at least, I have never noticed it before. But, I live about 100 miles away from the epicenter, and this is one of the biggest quakes (7.2) that I have felt, and been this close to. So, maybe the proximity has something to do with it? I don't know.
I did not notice any overly bothersome high pitched sounds, though. Or, at least, no more than the normal "ear static".


btw- I just found this site today by doing a search to find out if anyone else could feel this 'vertigo'. It's nice to know that I'm not alone.

posted on Apr, 7 2010 @ 04:28 AM
I felt the effects right as it was happening in Mexicali. Haarp technology can disorient the magnetite in brain tissues, pollute the electromagnetic patterns of the brain, and alter hormones...etc. There is also a high probability that HAARP in conjunction with toxins built up in the brain, through "foods" like $1.00 pizzas from Walmart! with over 100 ingredients including exotic metals, can increase HAARP technologies effects.

Updated Link: Check out this real time simulation of the HAARP technoogy event here:

And here of the Magnetosphere:

Someone somewhere is pumping a steady flow of heated ions into the ionosphere at 3MHZ ever since the big one hit and its causing hundreds of mini quakes... they are not aftershocks.

You can see a real-time HAARP frequency chart here:

LA-Times: 500 aftershocks and counting from Mexicali earthquake
April 6, 2010 | 8:18 am:

So whats the score here. Who is the haarper? Is it China, Russia, USA, Israhell? Which one!

[edit on 7-4-2010 by ravenise]

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[edit on 7-4-2010 by ravenise]

posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 08:43 PM
reply to post by alexgia

So, I can be a guinea pig if we like: Today at approx 2:45 pm EST, I had an interesting experience. Of course it could be anything from food-related, to staring at the computer screen too long, or stress, or worse yet, and aneurysm (hope not). In any case, I had a sudden very profound dizzy sensation at that time -- no spinning sensation, but more like someone had applied some kind of very rapid vibration device to my head. It just made go "whoa!" Almost simultaneous with that sensation, a vibration - quite audible and not imaginary - went through our building. It could have been a large truck at the load dock, or a chopper going low over head, but what I found interesting after the fact was its coincidence with my dizziness. But today there is no local news about any tremblor or other weather where I live, so who knows.

I have to say that about 12 hours prior to the Haiti Earthquake, I had a terrible sensation resulting in my being for all intents and purposes momentarily blinded. It appeared (from inside my head) as though I were still seeing everything normally, but the image was static - I could feel my body moving, but the image wasn't changing (very frightening, lucky to have had a friend nearby). It was like when your computer locks up and your only indication is that the cursor has stopped responding to input.

Yes, again... many possible explanations, but no prior incidents of that kind, and none like today _except_ when I felt an aftershock when visiting LA about a year ago. It felt approximately the same as the vibration that went through our building this afternoon. So lets' see what the next 24 to 48 brings eh? (It's June 21, 2010 - about 2140 EST.

posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 09:23 PM
Would think its possibly people with a better sense of balance feeling vibrations before a quake hits. Due to fluid movement in the inner ear as it helps people maintain balance. Have noticed it before in japan as quakes happen often before a large one always end up feeling bit like when on a boat rather than on land.. Just an observation..

posted on Jun, 21 2010 @ 09:57 PM
I'm adding my experience here as well. The last 5.9 in southern California, I felt the same way as I do tonight. My son is also reporting the same feelings as well. They included vertigo earlier this afternoon and a feeling of nausea associated with motion sickness this evening. In fact, I told my husband that this is exactly how I felt before the previous earthquake. For me it's not an immediate cause and effect, but it will be intriguing if there is a sizable earthquake within the next few hours.

posted on Oct, 20 2011 @ 11:39 AM
I just experienced my first earthquake today, here in South Texas. I live in San Antonio and one hit at about 7:30 am in a small town called Pleasanton, which is roughly 35 miles South of San Antonio. I would first like to add that I am not the type of person who experiences bouts of nausea and dizziness very often. In fact, I am 35 yrs old and the last time I remember being nauseous (except from the times I were pregnant) was when I had the chicken pox at 14 yrs of age.

Yesterday morning, I woke up feeling quite dizzy. I had trouble walking in a straight line and I was very nauseous to the point that I even vomited once. I am sorry for being graphic. Another thing which struck me as being very odd is how tired I was. I laid down and slept for about an hour, which is extremely out of character for me. All of my strange symptoms disappeared around 3:00 pm yesterday.

This morning my 4 month old son woke me up around 5:45 am. When I got up, again I was very dizzy and couldn't walk in a straight line no matter how har I tried. After getting up with my son, I went back to sleep and the earthquake struck during that time. I woke up at about 8:00 am feeling fine.

I am not sure whether these events are related or not, but the nausea and dizziness was definitely out of character for me. After hearing about the quake, I decided to research how soon a person may begin to feel their symptoms in relation to a quake taking place. That is how I came upon this interesting site. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to share my experience.

posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 10:05 PM
I googled are people sensitive to earthquakes .. This thread Popped up and I'm just hoping that the way my ears feel and my dizziness and nausea are just an upcoming sickness rather than a sign of a quake .. I find it very interesting that we are in tune with Mother Earth ..

My son has been experiencing dizzy spells and sickness too but I just don't know.. I don't wanna sound like this paranoid looney tunes thinking the earthquake is coming sooner than later .. We live near a fault line ..
I guess better to be prepared ..

posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 10:09 PM
a reply to: alexgia

I remember when my husband was station in California, my first few months In that state were the worst, I had a sick feeling of not been grounded, just like the OP said, it was terrible.

The second year in the California we had the Landers/Big bear earthquakes this was back in the 90s, I will never forget.

posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 10:19 PM
a reply to: natalia

I hope you are wrong (you live near the New Madrid Quake Zone I think).

I`ve run into several people in the last 24 hours that have been feeling " dizzy, ears ringing and slight nausea". I really hope its just a bug going around , but checking my supplies just in case.

Stay safe, and I hope all goes well for all of us in the "nasty zone" (hubby`s name for it :lol

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