Anxious to be finished with the Metatron’s Army Reboot project I’m working through lunch. As I just chuckled – one of my favorite scenes – I thought I’d open this blog post by sharing.
Excerpt from Bind: Book 9 in the series:
With a glance toward the bedroom, Christine slowly slid open the sliding glass door, stepped onto the tiny patio, unsurprised when there was a flash of light and Dacan was suddenly beside her. “You do realize if anyone saw that, you’ve traumatized them for life?”
Think about it. If you were living in an apartment complex and were spying – ala Mrs. Kravitz – on your neighbor and saw a flash of light and the appearance of someone out of that light? I’m still chuckling at the prospect.
Maybe it’s just desserts for a nosy neighbor.
I realized as I read that scene it would be a good segue for the topic at hand.
It’s about perspective.
I’ve mentioned before that I’m a fan of Ingo Swann. His attitude – he had humor so dry it makes 007’s beverage of choice a rain shower – something I appreciate on a number of levels.
Including the psi level.
One of my favorite comments by the guy is from a video available on irva.org. He asks his audience how someone is supposed to take something experiential – individual mind you – and reproduce it in a lab?
He then goes on to point out that the scientific method so many cling to was developed in the late 19th century by men who were under the age of 25. Hm – maybe time to reconsider what so many hold as the Holy Bible of science?
Experience is a tough nut to crack – I mean share. As a friend of mine pointed out, even if two of us were sitting side by side watching a beautiful sunset the way we internalized it would be individual.
We could share our thoughts and feelings but we couldn’t share our individual experience so the other experienced what we did.
I have always done my best to describe events I experience in ways I felt would help others not only understand but perhaps be able to imagine …
This took on new context when I was lying in bed, blind and paralyzed after a brain hemorrhage.
A neat trick for a 10 year old who didn’t have the vocabulary to describe what I saw and experienced – or anything else outside wanting a cherry popsicle.
EMF Sensitivity – something I’m an expert in – has been an interesting pivot point. Being an adult I not only have the vocabulary, I have the educational foundation as well. And now I have the experience to share.
Do you use an EMF Meter?
A few years back in an ElectricSense interview with Lloyd Burell I was asked whether I use an EMF meter. My response? No because I AM one.
Well, turns out I’m a Spirit Phone ** as well.
Ironic given I’m also a psychic medium, a fact which has no bearing on what I’m about to share.
Key word: Unsuccessfully.
At one point I looked at the album cover. My eyes narrowed. Spirit Phone? I seem to remember…
I said, “That’s a real thing. Spirit Phone I mean. Something to do with physics.”
While the two individuals continued to blab I did an Internet search. Lemon Demon will be happy to know it wasn’t until the bottom of the 2nd page that I found what I was looking for.
A quick read thru of the article was interesting. Until…
“…ultra-low electromagnetic frequencies…”
EMFs! The same EMFs that had been a bane in my life for decades! Setting the article aside – I wanted to focus on finishing the project – I made a mental note to watch the embedded video.
That day was today.
The lightning part was interesting but what really stood out was the other audio. What that device was picking up is what I hear with my own ears!
The world could now hear what it is I hear – have been hearing – for decades!
Perhaps more than excitement at the prospect of sharing what EMF sensitives are dealing with was the validation of my research.
Especially what I figured out while living in Colorado. Ironic, given that is the same state – albeit at the other end – where Tesla did a lot of his work.
As I’ve written in Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating and Living with EMF Sensitivity, people who are EMF Sensitive hear the ultra-low and very low frequencies and the brain, unable to reconcile the pulses, considers them a threat and releases a histamine response.
This break-thru enabled me to discover and validate a number of remedies.
Though I no longer suffer from technology EMFs I am aware of ultra-low and very low frequencies.
I hear some of them them.
They no longer elicit a histamine effect.
Though they do keep me up at night while I’m trying to wind down for sleep.
I have learned so much more about electromagnetic frequencies – all of which will go into the upcoming nonfiction project I plan to launch this summer.
** I encourage readers to watch the video and imagine – truly imagine – what it’s like to hear those sounds 24/7.
It will give you a perspective of what some EMF Sensitivies go through.