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What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes

 
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It's dust particles & other tiny stuff in the liquid coating of your eyes.
They change the refractive property by pooling liquid into one spot & you're more aware of them when you look at something bright.
Sometimes they're little circles or dots, or they can be tiny fibres etc. It's just junk in your eyes.
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You might as well not even try. OP, SickScent, and a few other nuts on this board will sit and describe to a 100% perfect fit some readily understood eye condition and before you are even done saying the name of the condigtion they will say "NO!, that's not IT. They are NOT xyz!" because in reality, their subconscious knows their belief system where they can "see the matrix" and "view into the depths of the aether" are complete and utter bullshit and they are consciously attempting to gain external approval for their delusions of grandeur.
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Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Good job!

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Blue field entoptic phenomenon

the appearance of tiny bright dots (called "blue-sky sprites") moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into bright blue light (such as the sky).
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Yes, there's this - but also "the pattern".
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
I've also been seeing the same off and on for years and years. Interestingly, given the timing of the thread, this has been very active the past four or five days.

Thanks for posting the thread, OP... hf
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Actually, OP, this sounds like it right here: Blue field entoptic phenomenon
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
It's dust particles & other tiny stuff in the liquid coating of your eyes.
They change the refractive property by pooling liquid into one spot & you're more aware of them when you look at something bright.
Sometimes they're little circles or dots, or they can be tiny fibres etc. It's just junk in your eyes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8114256


You might as well not even try. OP, SickScent, and a few other nuts on this board will sit and describe to a 100% perfect fit some readily understood eye condition and before you are even done saying the name of the condigtion they will say "NO!, that's not IT. They are NOT xyz!" because in reality, their subconscious knows their belief system where they can "see the matrix" and "view into the depths of the aether" are complete and utter bullshit and they are consciously attempting to gain external approval for their delusions of grandeur.
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:noblac:


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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
I know what you are talking about. They are deffinitely not floaters.

Forgive my analogy, but they are like tiny flecks of swimming sperm, but are extremely fast! And, if you look at the sky, they are everywhere. But, if you look at the treeline, they get much more difficult to see.

I've never figured it out OP. Its come up many times.

I love how the immediate responses are from people who have no clue what they are talking about, as if they know what you are seeing. lol

"See a neurologist."

"They are called floaters."

pick
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Well, let's put it this way. I have had a detached retina, retinapathy. The ARE floaters. OR, you and OP have magic fucking powers and are about to enter into 5D earth.
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LOL, I've been seeing these for many years and OP described them exactly..very bright light that 'looks' like extremely shiny silver. I don't have a detached retina so I must be 5D too..
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
I see them too..have done, all my life.

Somehow as a child I formed the belief that I was seeing 'atoms' of the atmosphere.

Now I know that the air around us is full of life-forms that we do not consciously see but are innately aware of & sometimes influenced by - for better or worse.

Dunno if the two beliefs are connected (ie, the same but from different perspectives due to age/maturity level) or not.

When I am in a higher spiritual awareness I see them much clearer, more in focus, more of them, etc.

Also, when I'm most healthy (spiritually) I see waves of movement, almost like smoke or light but not quite, emanating from people - especially from their heads and my own hands.

It's kind of like the "heat waves" you see on a desert highway - no color, just "movement" rising upwards.
I know, sounds weird...


I can also relate to this. I haven't observed it emiting from anyone else, but if I concentrate for long enough, I see an energy around my fingertips.

I'm not in any way spiritual, but I believe these things to be beyond the, 'accepted human perception'.

Cool thread, OP.
Looking forward to more responses.

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And thanks for the 5 stars :)
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Like someone else said it's blood cells traveling through cappelaries in your retinas.

No worries, it's normal.

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They are red blood cells . that is what you are seeing. My eye doctor told me this. I saee them when I look into the sky.
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high blood pressure will cause this. if i drink too much caffine i see these fish. as soon as i told the doc, he grabbed for his blood pressure gauge 155/115 then proceeded to tell me no more coffee.
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
I'll go with nano-bots dropped from chemtrails. Guest speaker in VC said so, so must be true. Right?
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I see them mate, you'll see "spider webs" too

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The first time I noticed the specks of light, I thanked the aether. I said outloud 'I love you', and the area of the sky I was looking at started changing. The clouds morphed into the shape of hearts almost instantly.

I guess that was just my retina acting up, too.

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I'll go with nano-bots dropped from chemtrails. Guest speaker in VC said so, so must be true. Right?
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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[i]The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon (after the German ophthalmologist Richard Scheerer, who first drew clinical attention to it in 1924[1]) is the appearance of tiny bright dots (called "blue-sky sprites") moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into bright blue light (such as the sky).[2] This is a normal effect that can be perceived by almost everybody. The dots are white blood cells in the capillaries in front of the retina of the eye, near the macula.[3]

So they're white blood cells? I've been wondering for years. I just thought my eyes were getting older.

So we can see cells with the naked eye? Interresting.

Thanks OP, for mentioning this.
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Perhaps you have migraines.
"The earth is mother of us all, for she is just; but you, because you are unjust have pretended that she is your mother alone; and if you do not stop, I will not permit you to remain upon her."

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I know what you are talking about.. and they arent floaters or dust particles floating in the sky..

When I see them they move in circular orbits - semi circles actually and they never seem to make a full circle.

good post OP and 5 stars
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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[i]The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon (after the German ophthalmologist Richard Scheerer, who first drew clinical attention to it in 1924[1]) is the appearance of tiny bright dots (called "blue-sky sprites") moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into bright blue light (such as the sky).[2] This is a normal effect that can be perceived by almost everybody. The dots are white blood cells in the capillaries in front of the retina of the eye, near the macula.[3]

So they're white blood cells? I've been wondering for years. I just thought my eyes were getting older.

So we can see cells with the naked eye? Interresting.

Thanks OP, for mentioning this.
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funny how these cells can be recorded on cam...
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Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Great! Have always seen these as well.
Nice to hear that I am not crazy! - At least not in that respect!

I am able to see them at any time in various lighting and color backgrounds, when I concentrate, which is the only thing that seems to differ from the article. Maybe there are other factors?
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Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Great! Have always seen these as well.
Nice to hear that I am not crazy! - At least not in that respect!

I am able to see them at any time in various lighting and color backgrounds, when I concentrate, which is the only thing that seems to differ from the article. Maybe there are other factors?
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lol, why not stay as AC 6493536?
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Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7106716


Great! Have always seen these as well.
Nice to hear that I am not crazy! - At least not in that respect!

I am able to see them at any time in various lighting and color backgrounds, when I concentrate, which is the only thing that seems to differ from the article. Maybe there are other factors?
 Quoting: NTimes


lol, why not stay as AC 6493536?
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Strangely - there is actually more than 1 person living in Canada. Hard to believe?
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:glitz:

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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7106716


Great! Have always seen these as well.
Nice to hear that I am not crazy! - At least not in that respect!

I am able to see them at any time in various lighting and color backgrounds, when I concentrate, which is the only thing that seems to differ from the article. Maybe there are other factors?
 Quoting: NTimes


lol, why not stay as AC 6493536?
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Strangely - there is actually more than 1 person living in Canada. Hard to believe?
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Do you really want me to point it out? lol, hint "-"
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Great! Have always seen these as well.
Nice to hear that I am not crazy! - At least not in that respect!

I am able to see them at any time in various lighting and color backgrounds, when I concentrate, which is the only thing that seems to differ from the article. Maybe there are other factors?
 Quoting: NTimes


lol, why not stay as AC 6493536?
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Strangely - there is actually more than 1 person living in Canada. Hard to believe?
 Quoting: NTimes


Do you really want me to point it out? lol, hint "-"
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OK - I guess I am stupid today.
I don't get it!
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lol, why not stay as AC 6493536?
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Strangely - there is actually more than 1 person living in Canada. Hard to believe?
 Quoting: NTimes


Do you really want me to point it out? lol, hint "-"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1345673


OK - I guess I am stupid today.
I don't get it!
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lol, exactly...
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Maybe all those white blood cells are getting in the way...
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Yes, It has a name. I found it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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[i]The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon (after the German ophthalmologist Richard Scheerer, who first drew clinical attention to it in 1924[1]) is the appearance of tiny bright dots (called "blue-sky sprites") moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into bright blue light (such as the sky).[2] This is a normal effect that can be perceived by almost everybody. The dots are white blood cells in the capillaries in front of the retina of the eye, near the macula.[3]

So they're white blood cells? I've been wondering for years. I just thought my eyes were getting older.

So we can see cells with the naked eye? Interresting.

Thanks OP, for mentioning this.
 Quoting: Searchalot


funny how these cells can be recorded on cam...
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link or bsflag
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Oh - maybe it's snowing...
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Re: What are the silver things 'swimming' on my eyes
Look up "retinal migraine" or "aural migraine" or "optical migraine."

They are migraines that affect the eye... and often do not come with the associating migraine headache (i.e. pain).

[link to www.causeofmigraines.com]