Re: Vibrations of the HUM
- --- In email@example.com, "lidia1313" <lidia1313@...> wrote:
>Hi Lidia; Yes, the Scream says it all. I've even seen where some have done thier own version with a telecommunication tower in it.
> I am an acute Hum sufferer, and not only can hear it, but also feel its powerful vibrations through the sole of my feet, also resonanting in my chest, throat, pelvis, heart and head ... I can say that they follow me pretty much everywhere, when I am not at home and/or can't hear the Hum, I can feel these strong vibrations. It is not only me, but also my partner (though not in acute state), which rules out a possibility of neurological disorder. I desperately need to stop feeling the hum vibrations as I assume they are a real health hazard.
> Can anyone explain the possible corelation with electromagnetic fields? If this theory supports the electromagnetic pulses hearing, how that it is possible to feel electromagnetic vibrations? And why the hum can be heard in rural areas, non polluted by EM fields?
> The vibrations are not attenuated by any tone generators, box fans, music, etc. This is the most disturbing part of the Hum.
> I have recently bought a holografically imprinted matrix (from Safe Space Products) designed especially to neutralise the electromagnetic fields by configuring them from chaotic to harmonic waves, but the Hum doesn't seem to be affected by it.
> I had an important experience recently. Last night the Hum has completely dissapeared, together with the
> strong vibrations in my body (mostly feet and chest) exactly at 1:57 a.m. when I heard and saw a
> police (?) red-light blinking helicopter hovering in the neighbour
> area of Kingston upon Thames. The helicopter hovered on the same spot in the sky for about 10 minutes, slightly moving at all,
> then changed direction towards Teddington where I live, and NO HUM OR VIBRATIONS were perceived at the time.
> Since it
> left the area, the Hum has come back even stronger, together with the powerful vibrations, isn't it strange? I usually continue to feel the vibrations even when an airplane is passing over my house, or when there is a car idling just under my window, but with the helicopter last night, I can swear, the Hum completely dissapeared together with all its sickening manifestations, and I felt so much myself again, as if something has switched off instatntly and has freed me, I was back to normal!
> Now the Hum is back, pulsating, vibrating and with some short bursts sometimes (it's been raining quite a alot recently) and I feel trapped inside it, like in the Edward Munk painting "The Scream", with nowhere to hide, nowhere to go... If you can cover the noise by fans, how would you escape from the vibrations? They are resonating in my whole body now and I feel suffocating.
> Does anyone have an explanation of this?
> Are we a subject of some kind of a global scale mass experiment?? ?
> Thank you for reading and for your comments! I appreciate your thoughts!
I have three paspers that I found on google. They are scientific research papers and to me were difficult to get thru but, I think I have a basic understanding of them now (eight years of research and suffering).
!. Human Auditory Perception of Pulsed Radiofrequency Energy by J.A. Elder and C.K. Chou Motorola Floride Research Laboratories
(Running title: Audiotry Perception of RF Pulses
2.Neurological Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation
By Henry Lai Bioelectromagnetics Research Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle
3.Scientific Literature on Biological Effects of Radio Frequency Radiation: Criteria for Evaluation By James C. Lin University of Illinois at Chicago. This paper evaluates the scientific understanding of the HUM (but of course as far as I know none of them have actually heard it)
My understanding so far is that they consider the effect a thermal heating with a pressure wave that gets tranmitted to the brain the same way as regular sound. After eight years, I am sure it is more than that. The vibrations I feel in my feet, legs, hands and facial nerve feel electrically or maybe magnetically induced within my nervous system. I have found that a SRI (seratonin-reuptake-inhibitor) probably not spelled correctly does help with the pain, doesn't help that much with sleep, but I'm not crying all night from pain and wondering what kind of people are running our free democracys'.
I do hope you can make sense of the papers.
Wishing you the best, knowledge is power.
- Fantastic! Thanks!!! Let me know what your results are.Another thing that might play into why my hum stopped. Earlier it was posted that bacteria and infection might play a role. I was, of course, also given a powerful dose of antibiotics when I had my surgery. Is it possible that it got rid of the bacteria that makes me able to hear the hum?It gets curiouser and curiouser!From: Jennifer Howells <bozziewozzie@...>
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Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 4:05 AM
Subject: Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: Vibrations of the HUM (my low calcuim diet)Hello ...Thank you for this info re K2... will try it.Peace to youBozFrom: Soozie <soozieqty1@...>
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Subject: Re: HUM_FORUM: Re: Vibrations of the HUM (my low calcuim diet)Thank you Vee!I totally agree! I am SOOOo glad you brought this to the table!!I have been a long term heavy mega vitamin user and think I should bring this to the group's attention. My hum has stopped! I had surgery on my hand April 30th this year and have not heard it since and had not been able to understand why. Upon analyzing it I was thinking about what had changed with me. One vitamin that I had added only recently is vitamin K2!! I am still on it for now too. I think I will stop taking it to see if the hum comes back.I would also recommend to anyone in the group who might be willing to try it, to go buy some cheap K2 and take it according to the directions on the bottle and see what happens!Stopping calcium is not a good idea and can cause other health issues, please reconsider!You might be on to something here!SUPER INTERESTING TO ME!SuzieFrom: "vee99@..." <vee99@...>
Sent: Sunday, June 3, 2012 10:12 AM
Subject: HUM_FORUM: Re: Vibrations of the HUM (my low calcuim diet)Vitamin K2 puts calcium into the bones where it belongs instead of other parts of the body like arteries, joints, tissues, etc. Problem is we do NOT have adequate K2 in our diets any more. Calcium is a GOOD thing if it goes where it is supposed to. It it one of the 4 electrolytes in the blood besides building our bones and teeth. Primitive diets had many times more calcium than we had (much more dense nutrition generally) and the people were much healthier in every way. Cutting calcium for the long term may not be good. why not just use a moderate amount of calcium along with vitamin K2 and do some chelating to remove calcium from places it does not belong.
--- In mailto:humforum%40yahoogroups.com, "mack_colin" <mack_colin@...> wrote:
> Hi, I was hearing the hum and feeling the vibrations for the last 7 years now in through my right ear, my left ear does not hear it at all.
> Over the last 2 years, I have been using a low calcium diet (see previous old posts) which has reduced the sound of the hum to almost zero, but still do get the vibration of the hum up through my pillow at night on a random basis, but not as intense as it used to be.
> I do put a foam earplug in my right ear, when I hear the hum, as I do know that hum vibration can get into the brain and nervous system and give me headaches, and feel hellish in the morning.
> Its just a pity this diet I am on does not get rid of the vibration part of the hum or I could call my low calcuium diet a 100% cure, but unfortunately not quite there yet.
> [MY DIET. No cheese, reduced milk and butter, and reduced dairy products.
> Note: not suitable for women unless regulated, re: brittle bone dangers.
> Based on: calcium cyristals forming in the ear attuned to the hum frequency,so by reducing calcium should detune it, and it does work for me, regarding the sound part].
> Cheers Colin_Mack, West central Scotland.