HAARP, ELF, UFO’s, Alien Implants, Tooth Implants, Project Blue Beam, Project Camelot, Area 51, Chemtrails, Nanobots, Fluoride, MK-ULTRA, Moon Bounce, blah, blah, blah on the conspiracy charts. I ask again what the frig is that ringing noise in my ears? Is it in my head or some external noise created from, well- something?
I wrote about the ringing noise almost a year ago in this article https://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/09/22/rining-noise-mosquito-whine-haarp-aliens-elf-implant/ , but since I then have been noticing the sound more frequently. Has anyone else? The article has been getting more hits as of late as well.
The sound comes, it goes, sometimes the right ear, sometimes the left ear, occasionally both ears. I live in rural America on a few hundred acres, far from inner city noise. There are however, two airports with government bases within 250 miles so my antennae go up just a little, but lots of people live and work on government bases I haven’t heard them telling of weird noises. Classified perhaps?
Last week one of my kids said, “Hey, what’s that ringing noise?” I could not hear it. After a few seconds the noise stopped and that was the end of it.
Is the weird tone hereditary? Do we have a predisposition for being able to pick up on odd frequencies? Is someone or something targeting our God fearing, humble, non-recycling, Republican, NRA gun toting, farming family? What for? Does anyone else have a family or a spouse member that can pick up on the odd tones? My spouse can tune me out just fine, but says there is nothing to hear when it comes to the odd sound waves.
I stumbled a visit to http://illogicalcontraption.blogspot.com/ who claims to be, “getting TOTALLY WASTED,” on something called I-Doser. I-Doser is a brainwave synchronizer that supposedly emulates the use of a prescription drug via sound waves. It is is a program designed to give users “binaural beat doses” to “sync their brainwaves.” I-Doser claims that there are three classes of people: Susceptible to Binaural Beats, Originally Unsusceptible to Binaural Beats, and Immune to Binaural Beats. I’d say if you can hear weird tones, we’d fall into the class of Susceptible to Binaural Beats.
In a world where illegal drugs run rampant, did getting high just become much easier? An online music site may provide a legal high that is undetectable, has no health side effects, and can be performed at your computer. I-Doser is a new online service that sells musical tracks for prices between $1-$5 per track. Each track in their library is named after a particular drug, both legal and illegal. The tracks are supposed to give the listener a similar experience to that of the drug it is named after. These tracks range from alcohol, to marijuana, to sleep aids, to ecstasy, to crystal meth, to heroine. The site boasts itself as a legal alternative to the illicit drugs that are rampant today.
In order to understand I-Doser, you need to understand the science behind the service it provides. Each track produces its mental effects through the use of binaural beats. For those of you who are not familiar with binaural beats, it is a concept which states that when two different tones are played in opposite ears, a beating sensation is created in the brain. This beating sensation is the effect of the conflicting electrical signals in your brain’s wiring. Needless to say, headphones are a necessity when trying to experience binaural beats because they allow a different frequency to be played in each ear. In experiments over the last century, binaural beats have been shown to create different states of consciousness within an individual. These states of consciousness are the result of different brain waves that can be induced in a person’s psyche through the beats. If you are familiar with psychology, you know that there are four different sets of waves that are produced in our brain: Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Theta. When these brain waves are mixed and matched, I-Doser theorizes that the listener experiences a drug-like high or state of consciousness. http://www.bloggernews.net/16919
Personally, I already have different frequencies playing in each ear and am not a fan of illicit drug use, so I won’t be a customer. I never noticed though, if when I hear the weird noise if my mood becomes altered. Am I happier, sad, more motivated, angry, sleepy? Is my state of consciousness altered? Is yours?
I would say that generally I stop what I am doing, notice my surroundings and think to myself, “Oh there’s that noise again.” In a strange way the noise is almost cathartic, sort of soothing. For me, it is as if someone, something or a higher being is tuning in on me, my whereabouts, my health and what I am doing. As if little old me is important enough to matter in the chaos of the universe. If I am being HAARP’d so far I have not noticed anything out of the ordinary in my physical or psychological universe- unless you count wearing a tinfoil hat on occasion!
Most certainly I do not feel stoned, high, or drunk when hearing the noise. When I do imbibe on a alcoholic beverage, I don’t notice the noise any more or any less. Do you?
A recent discovery in the world of micro beer is King Cool Light, http://www.kingcool.com/, brewed by musicians Donny Iris and The Cruisers. Cheers.
From the Science of Binaural Brainwaves…http://brain.web-us.com/thescience.htm
Binaural beats were discovered in 1839 by a German experimenter, H. W. Dove. The human ability to “hear” binaural beats appears to be the result of evolutionary adaptation. Many evolved species can detect binaural beats because of their brain structure. The frequencies at which binaural beats can be detected change depending upon the size of the species’ cranium…
Passively listening to binaural beats may not spontaneously propel you into an altered state of consciousness. One’s subjective experience in response to binaural-beat stimulation may also be influenced by a number of mediating factors. For example, the willingness and ability of the listener to relax and focus attention may contribute to binaural-beat effectiveness in inducing state changes. “Ultradian rhythms in the nervous system are characterized by periodic changes in arousal and states of consciousness.
Is it evolutionary adaptation? Are those of us who can hear the odd tones a higher species of humans? I am akin to believe that indeed it is our far superior intelligence rather than being just another idiot who hears weird noise.
Updated August 1, 2010. The top 10 Most Annoying Sounds from Time magazine. http://digg.com/d31UAod
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