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spider86   posted:9/3/2011 4:54:19 AM  (Reply)
I find that sometimes when I’m asleep…I will be awaken by a bass hum sound. Its really noticeable. And its something  that is very clear. Its something that sounds like it is right next to me. This happens after I’m awake. Because the sound subsides after I’m already awake, I believe it to be real. Anyone think sound waves might be linked to something unknown??    
spiritech0   posted:9/3/2011 10:34:48 PM  (Reply)
What have you ruled out in your general location?
itscrazytime   posted:9/3/2011 11:04:53 PM  (Reply)
 It actually could be a sleep disorder. I have it but mine is not auditory, look up hypnogogic and hypnopompic hallucinations... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnogogic
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/4/2011 1:25:48 AM  (Reply)
That was actually a good article I just read thru it. It explained a few things to me that I have never looked into before. I have on occasion experienced a really weird thing that has happened to me multiple times.  A loud poping sound waking me up almost like a gunshot. (Sounded like it was both inside my head and audible externally) The only thing for me that differed from the article was a feeling of being smacked right in the forhead between the eyes at the same time. The physical sensation was just bizare, in that my forehead actually stung for a few seconds after. It left no marks and the feeling would quickly dissapate but it sure leaves you disoriented for a few minutes looking around wondering what just happened.I always wondered if that was some kind of sleep disorder but  had never heard of anything like that so I just shoved it aside and never brought it up to anyone. I was more worried at the time about my sleep walking and sleep talking. mabe all of it is related somehow.Good article though now I have some technical names for it that I can research some more.
spider86   posted:9/4/2011 10:04:32 AM  (Reply)
Spirtech, Theres not a whole lot around me where I live. At frist, I thought it might be a car driveing by with loud music. But I don't think its that. I never herd of hypnagogia before. Good article. Thanks everyone.
spiritech0   posted:9/4/2011 1:28:45 PM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:9/4/2011 1:25:48 AM  (Reply)
That was actually a good article I just read thru it. It explained a few things to me that I have never looked into before. I have on occasion experienced a really weird thing that has happened to me multiple times.  A loud poping sound waking me up almost like a gunshot. (Sounded like it was both inside my head and audible externally) The only thing for me that differed from the article was a feeling of being smacked right in the forhead between the eyes at the same time. The physical sensation was just bizare, in that my forehead actually stung for a few seconds after. It left no marks and the feeling would quickly dissapate but it sure leaves you disoriented for a few minutes looking around wondering what just happened.I always wondered if that was some kind of sleep disorder but  had never heard of anything like that so I just shoved it aside and never brought it up to anyone. I was more worried at the time about my sleep walking and sleep talking. mabe all of it is related somehow.Good article though now I have some technical names for it that I can research some more.
Your contempt towards the you-know-what is not unfounded. Seriously, boost your Psi. It's willpower 1...
spiritech0   posted:9/4/2011 1:39:03 PM  (Reply)

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spider86  posted:9/4/2011 10:04:32 AM  (Reply)
Spirtech, Theres not a whole lot around me where I live. At frist, I thought it might be a car driveing by with loud music. But I don't think its that. I never herd of hypnagogia before. Good article. Thanks everyone.
So no busy roads, no G.I.Joe bases, no industrial complexes, no airports, power stations, radio towers, or in-home gridwork of electrical/ plumbing works beneath you, or multimedia left on..? Try the basic overnight audio and video recording of your room, if you don't have a cell phone that you can quickly switch on when you're aware this occurs, shop cheap.I have L-shaped dowsing rods that work for me, and they could for you, in pointing out where the noise originates from. Your own natural bioelectromagnetic energy pretty much trumps hardware. Just a suggestion. Good journey.
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/4/2011 4:57:12 PM  (Reply)
Spiritech I did not understand the contempt comment ? If it was my post I can tell you mine was completely honest and I was not trying to make light of anything, I have experienced what I have said and I am a notorious sleep walker also. And if it was the article I thought it made allot of sense at least to me in my case.
spiritech0   posted:9/4/2011 11:36:33 PM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:9/4/2011 4:57:12 PM  (Reply)
Spiritech I did not understand the contempt comment ? If it was my post I can tell you mine was completely honest and I was not trying to make light of anything, I have experienced what I have said and I am a notorious sleep walker also. And if it was the article I thought it made allot of sense at least to me in my case.
I said/typed that you have good reason to feel the way you do about the monstrous threat. I also suggest that you strengthen your psionic, or psychic abilities. Yes, you have them, conscious or not. And that is why I beleive you can succeed in your righteous indignation. Let Love rule.
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/5/2011 12:59:08 AM  (Reply)
Sorry I misunderstood it.   I do believe that there are people in this world that have some incredible Psychic abilities but I do not think I am one of them. Between the head poping thing , the sleep walking and evidentaly having coversations with people that I have no recollection of even after I am told about them latter.  I think I just have very messed up sleep issues on occasion. Luckily I have not done the sleep walking thing in quite a while, that is the dangerous one that had me the most worried.
JOSMAN087   posted:9/5/2011 5:55:14 AM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:9/4/2011 1:25:48 AM  (Reply)
That was actually a good article I just read thru it. It explained a few things to me that I have never looked into before. I have on occasion experienced a really weird thing that has happened to me multiple times.  A loud poping sound waking me up almost like a gunshot. (Sounded like it was both inside my head and audible externally) The only thing for me that differed from the article was a feeling of being smacked right in the forhead between the eyes at the same time. The physical sensation was just bizare, in that my forehead actually stung for a few seconds after. It left no marks and the feeling would quickly dissapate but it sure leaves you disoriented for a few minutes looking around wondering what just happened.I always wondered if that was some kind of sleep disorder but  had never heard of anything like that so I just shoved it aside and never brought it up to anyone. I was more worried at the time about my sleep walking and sleep talking. mabe all of it is related somehow.Good article though now I have some technical names for it that I can research some more.
Smacked in the forehead, right between the eyes?  thats where ur brow chakra is,  also known as your third eye.  Look into it if you dont already know.
Omen502   posted:9/5/2011 8:36:55 AM  (Reply)
     i dont know about having a low bass sound,  but what keeps happening to me is just a sort of a high pitche ringing like humm.  I have been getting this a lot lately and have started to try and focus on it when i hear it now.  I dont know  I'll let yall know if i get anything.
Levinus   posted:9/5/2011 9:15:07 PM  (Reply)
To Spider and Omen:There are tons of things that cause hallucinations.  Everyone experiences them.  Visual, auditory, etc.  How many times have you started awake because you felt you were falling?  Hallucination.  Heard loud popping/buzzing noises when you had a fever?  Same thing.  Our brain is a glitchy and buggy piece of hardware.  Even in the healthiest of bodies.That is just a presumption.  Again, I would need more data to make a more educated guess.  Times?  Dates?  Locations?  Diet at the time?  Family history?  Stressors?  Other irregularities in your senses?  Make a chart and keep a record of everything, then show us.  It might help pinpoint any paranormal influence.  Or normal/medical influence.  Either way, a little data never killed anyone.
itscrazytime   posted:9/6/2011 9:50:33 PM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:9/4/2011 1:25:48 AM  (Reply)
That was actually a good article I just read thru it. It explained a few things to me that I have never looked into before. I have on occasion experienced a really weird thing that has happened to me multiple times.  A loud poping sound waking me up almost like a gunshot. (Sounded like it was both inside my head and audible externally) The only thing for me that differed from the article was a feeling of being smacked right in the forhead between the eyes at the same time. The physical sensation was just bizare, in that my forehead actually stung for a few seconds after. It left no marks and the feeling would quickly dissapate but it sure leaves you disoriented for a few minutes looking around wondering what just happened.I always wondered if that was some kind of sleep disorder but  had never heard of anything like that so I just shoved it aside and never brought it up to anyone. I was more worried at the time about my sleep walking and sleep talking. mabe all of it is related somehow.Good article though now I have some technical names for it that I can research some more.
 Glad I could at least steer you in a direction. I have that disorder, but mine is mostly visual. I have woken up and seen animals crawling on the floor, I have seen multiple things moving, I have seen large spider's coming down from the ceiling. Occasionally, mine is auditory, but not that often.I believe in the paranormal, but I feel the truth is found through skepticism. I have to research the explainable before I can label something paranormal. I have had the hallucinations since I was very young. So I guess I'm used to them, but I never trust anything until I have been awake for a few minutes at least. My hallucinations fade after a few minutes, but they have lasted long enough that I can get out of bed to investigate what I see. Once, I saw hundreds of ferrets crawling around my bedroom floor and I stood up and ran off the bed straight into a wall! LOL. I have been prescibed Ambien, but I can't take it, it makes me way to groggy in the morning.
feltbettor   posted:9/7/2011 9:29:47 PM  (Reply)

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LincolnGenghis  posted:9/4/2011 1:25:48 AM  (Reply)
That was actually a good article I just read thru it. It explained a few things to me that I have never looked into before. I have on occasion experienced a really weird thing that has happened to me multiple times.  A loud poping sound waking me up almost like a gunshot. (Sounded like it was both inside my head and audible externally) The only thing for me that differed from the article was a feeling of being smacked right in the forhead between the eyes at the same time. The physical sensation was just bizare, in that my forehead actually stung for a few seconds after. It left no marks and the feeling would quickly dissapate but it sure leaves you disoriented for a few minutes looking around wondering what just happened.I always wondered if that was some kind of sleep disorder but  had never heard of anything like that so I just shoved it aside and never brought it up to anyone. I was more worried at the time about my sleep walking and sleep talking. mabe all of it is related somehow.Good article though now I have some technical names for it that I can research some more.
I'm not sure about the physical sensation, never heard of that before, but what you describe has a similarity with a condition called "Exploding Head Syndrome".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exploding_head_syndrome  
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/8/2011 12:49:42 AM  (Reply)

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feltbettor  posted:9/7/2011 9:29:47 PM  (Reply)
I'm not sure about the physical sensation, never heard of that before, but what you describe has a similarity with a condition called "Exploding Head Syndrome".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exploding_head_syndrome  
Yeah that is what I came across in those links within the Hypnogogic article that crazytime mentioned. You know everything about that EHS disorder fit like a T except for the physical aspect of it. I read about some of the Chakra stuff after Josman brought that up and yeah i guess it would be in almost the exact spot of the third eye. The thing with me though is I don't meditate, have never been hypnotized and have never tried to have an OBE, and have never had any kind of visions related to it, at least that I remember.
Omen502   posted:9/8/2011 1:38:45 AM  (Reply)
   Levinus,  yes,  I have had similar things happen.  But lately there has been a feeling accompanying this.  I am seeming to be drawn to something.  Something is manipulating my emotions and stress levels or moods.  I dont know I guess you would call it anxiety.  The idea of keeping a chart is good.  whether i can find the time and memory to keep up with it,  i don't know.  But i will try I am wondering myself.  also I have been having vivid dreams and the things happening are so symbolic to me and emotional.  Something is changing within me and I am not sure if it is just me getting older or something else.  I am intrigued by this and have started writing a journal of my dreams.  I was reluctant to do this idea because well. . . let's be honest.  Sometime's I do things in my dreams that i am not even sure i approve of.   lol  Nonetheless,  I will continue investigating this.  thanks levinus
monica1968   posted:9/10/2011 3:04:45 PM  (Reply)

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spider86  posted:9/3/2011 4:54:19 AM  (Reply)
I find that sometimes when I’m asleep…I will be awaken by a bass hum sound. Its really noticeable. And its something  that is very clear. Its something that sounds like it is right next to me. This happens after I’m awake. Because the sound subsides after I’m already awake, I believe it to be real. Anyone think sound waves might be linked to something unknown??    
 welli have heard humming....just before an abduction !!!.....sounds like electricity surging through pylons for want of a better description.......


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