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Microsecond flashes of light coming downward from the sky at daytime, barely visible

 
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I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
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Good to see you ArunaLuna!:-) I thought of this myself...maybe our senses become sharper? In the same time, when the flash happened I also saw the swirling light dots on the sky. Some of them were slow and quite easy to follow.
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Do you get light-headed at the time?

Sounds like vaso-vagal syncope AKA postural hypotension.
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I thought it was just me! Yes, I have recently been experiencing very fast flashes of light. The latest was just yesterday afternoon. I was at my dad's house in Nashville and thought I saw two flashes of light out the window. A few days ago the flash was so bright as I walked through the kitchen that it seemed like it was inside the house. I thought there had been a power surge and went to check the electronics but nothing looked like it had been hit. No sound accompanied it either, just an intense and very short flash of light.

I live in Middle Tennessee btw.
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Yep. Starting seeing them at night. Then, I started noticing them during the day.
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Yes, seeing them in the Seattle area, day and night. Microsecond is a good description.
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Re: Microsecond flashes of light coming downward from the sky at daytime, barely visible
I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


What if it's not the atmosphere but the awareness/consciousness of the observers that's changing and thus enabling perception of what has always been there to be perceived?

hmm

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I thought it was just me! Yes, I have recently been experiencing very fast flashes of light. The latest was just yesterday afternoon. I was at my dad's house in Nashville and thought I saw two flashes of light out the window. A few days ago the flash was so bright as I walked through the kitchen that it seemed like it was inside the house. I thought there had been a power surge and went to check the electronics but nothing looked like it had been hit. No sound accompanied it either, just an intense and very short flash of light.

I live in Middle Tennessee btw.
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Thats the same way I see them. I just happen to notice them through the window.
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Yes, seeing them in the Seattle area, day and night. Microsecond is a good description.
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I have not seen any at night, but in daylight, a half dozen since july of this year. If a planet is coming our way, i would think this is what we might expect right before the larger space debris that follows this unid planet hits the earth.
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Yep. Starting seeing them at night. Then, I started noticing them during the day.
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I have seen several in the last couple of weeks at night in the Northeast sky. Thought I was going crazy...just a quick flash. Just moved out to the desert 40 miles East of Tucson...have a much better view of the sky at night with much less light pollution.
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I've noticed square rainbow colored patches in the sky lately with not a inkling of rain.
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Oh I have been seeing these pretty often as well! They are little block rainbows, I tend to see them in the middle afternoon/evening as the sun is lower in the sky. They are beautiful but odd looking as I have really only noticed them in the last few months to maybe a year or so...I'm wondering if it some kind of particle in the atmosphere that has an odd reflection, ie. chemtrails (not like ice crystals).
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Re: Microsecond flashes of light coming downward from the sky at daytime, barely visible
I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


What if it's not the atmosphere but the awareness/consciousness of the observers that's changing and thus enabling perception of what has always been there to be perceived?

hmm
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


I think it's locational...where we are and factors of our environment...conditions are right for those kinds of percpetions to be "activated" for lack of a better way to describe that.

Kind of like riding a bike...you don't need to employ the rememberance until you're actually ON one...
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I've noticed square rainbow colored patches in the sky lately with not a inkling of rain.
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Oh I have been seeing these pretty often as well! They are little block rainbows, I tend to see them in the middle afternoon/evening as the sun is lower in the sky. They are beautiful but odd looking as I have really only noticed them in the last few months to maybe a year or so...I'm wondering if it some kind of particle in the atmosphere that has an odd reflection, ie. chemtrails (not like ice crystals).
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sundogs... You can see the rainbow colored patch without the halo effect commonly depicted in sundog photos.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Sundogs are made commonly of plate-shaped hexagonal ice crystals in high and cold cirrus clouds or, during very cold weather, by ice crystals called diamond dust drifting in the air at low levels. These crystals act as prisms, bending the light rays passing through them with a minimum deflection of 22°. If the crystals are randomly oriented, a complete ring around the sun is seen — a halo. But often, as the crystals sink through the air they become vertically aligned, so sunlight is refracted horizontally — in this case, sundogs are seen.

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I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


What if it's not the atmosphere but the awareness/consciousness of the observers that's changing and thus enabling perception of what has always been there to be perceived?

hmm
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


I think it's locational...where we are and factors of our environment...conditions are right for those kinds of percpetions to be "activated" for lack of a bitter way to describe that.

Kind of like riding a bike...you don't need to employ the rememberance until you're actually ON one...
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My thinking is that if it were location dependent, then you would hypothetically have a significant portion of the individuals in these areas picking up on these 'changes' or 'observations'. But my belief is that a large majority do not and would not be able to perceive such things because their perception is contingent on their individual level of conscious awareness.

Think of a dog whistle... You blow your dog whistle and most humans hear nothing. The dog hears it. There may be some humans with super sensitive auditory abilities who can also perceive the frequency. I submit that we are not limited by our sensory ability by itself, but limited by our level of conscious awareness, which is subject to change and directly correlated to our ability to perceive.

The reason I suggest this is because of a personal experience with my senses changing. Had an occurrence of seeing a burst of light (or inner light) that originated from within my eyes (or perhaps my visual cortex) and from that point forward I began to perceive wavelenghts of electromagnetic energy coming off of various sources. This wavelength was always present but previously I was blind to being able to perceive it. My auditory ability has changed as well as my hearing is more sensitive than it has been in the past.

Another reason why I feel perception is directly linked to awareness is because there are many individuals who claim you can train yourself (or your senses) to perceive auras. If it can be learned (developed) then it's contingent on the observer's awareness level and not limited by one's biological make-up.

In this context I believe much of what is being observed is not 'new' in the sense of our environment but new to the observer because awareness is rising on a collective level and many are now starting to see/hear/experience/perceive stimuli that they were previously 'blind' to.

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Yes...looking at the human body as a divining tool it would make sense to view perception and awareness that way...I get what you're saying.

Things like location though in regards to physical effects and material dimensional effects do factor into awareness because of the sensory inputs we use to "read" our environment...

It's how we can have 10 people in one location at the same time all witness an event and have 10 different stories of what happened.

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And the funny thing about the human condition...

We'll spend centuries arguing with eachother over the differences before we think to compare and associate the similarities instead.
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Re: Microsecond flashes of light coming downward from the sky at daytime, barely visible
Been noticing the brief blue flashes myself.
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I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


What if it's not the atmosphere but the awareness/consciousness of the observers that's changing and thus enabling perception of what has always been there to be perceived?

hmm
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


I'm going in that direction,all it takes is a little faster vibration to unlock frequencies of motion that have been there all along. I read a book awhile back called 'Countdown to Coherence' that went into all we're missing because of our dense physical nature.
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Yes...looking at the human body as a divining tool it would make sense to view perception and awareness that way...I get what you're saying.

Things like location though in regards to physical effects and material dimensional effects do factor into awareness because of the sensory inputs we use to "read" our environment...

It's how we can have 10 people in one location at the same time all witness an event and have 10 different stories of what happened.

grinning
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It's interesting. During that recent period of sky quake/boom reports, there were some interviews with witnesses in certain instances where they would report hearing a intensely loud noise (often described like a freight train crashing), but other local residents as little as a few blocks away would report hearing nothing or have no knoweldge of the sound or incident. Not to imply that they slept through it but that it was somehow extremely localized or at least limited to certain individuals who perceived it. Which is odd if the noise or effect was as loud and ground shaking as it was reported by some witnesses to be. So was the event really localized and isolated to a small area or perhaps the event was perceived differently by various individuals based on their level of awareness.

hmm

I think this ear ringing phenomena is intimately connected to perceptual awareness.

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I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
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Interesting supposition. spock
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I've seen this also!
My geiger counters have been reading lower numbers coinciding these observations. Again, I thought I was the only one noticing it.
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Relax everyone. It's called...

Blue field entoptic phenomenon.

Look it up.
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Ditto here downunder
noticed first one few weeks back
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I've noticed square rainbow colored patches in the sky lately with not a inkling of rain.
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Oh I have been seeing these pretty often as well! They are little block rainbows, I tend to see them in the middle afternoon/evening as the sun is lower in the sky. They are beautiful but odd looking as I have really only noticed them in the last few months to maybe a year or so...I'm wondering if it some kind of particle in the atmosphere that has an odd reflection, ie. chemtrails (not like ice crystals).
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yeah, thats the same time in the afternoon to evening. They have been spraying tons this year so maybe chemtrails. But this is the first year I've really noticed, but I don't really look up too much, lol
Maybe they put some sort of new chemical in the spray?
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I wonder if our atmosphere is changing in a way that changes how our eyes physically respond to light itself...
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What if it's not the atmosphere but the awareness/consciousness of the observers that's changing and thus enabling perception of what has always been there to be perceived?

hmm
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


bump
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I saw something like this the other day, one of them did become visable, I saw it just before it entered my chest area, it was about 1/2 inch long glowing silver,very very fast -there and gone in a blink of an eye.

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Yes...looking at the human body as a divining tool it would make sense to view perception and awareness that way...I get what you're saying.

Things like location though in regards to physical effects and material dimensional effects do factor into awareness because of the sensory inputs we use to "read" our environment...

It's how we can have 10 people in one location at the same time all witness an event and have 10 different stories of what happened.

grinning
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


It's interesting. During that recent period of sky quake/boom reports, there were some interviews with witnesses in certain instances where they would report hearing a intensely loud noise (often described like a freight train crashing), but other local residents as little as a few blocks away would report hearing nothing or have no knoweldge of the sound or incident. Not to imply that they slept through it but that it was somehow extremely localized or at least limited to certain individuals who perceived it. Which is odd if the noise or effect was as loud and ground shaking as it was reported by some witnesses to be. So was the event really localized and isolated to a small area or perhaps the event was perceived differently by various individuals based on their level of awareness.

hmm

I think this ear ringing phenomena is intimately connected to perceptual awareness.
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It's my understanding that noise is accompanied by engagement of the superluminal senses...a bit like a "crunch" for me...is what I'd say it sounds like...so real you'd swear others hear it too but anytime I've heard it no one around me does.

This is how it was explained to me the first time I'd opened up about my experiences with that...

yes arunaluna

'Mach c'? Scientists observe sound traveling faster than the speed of light

For the first time, scientists have experimentally demonstrated that sound pulses can travel at velocities faster than the speed of light, c. William Robertson’s team from Middle Tennessee State University also showed that the group velocity of sound waves can become infinite, and even negative.
[link to www.physorg.com]

velocity of sound waves can become infinite, and even negative.

velocity becoming negative is arriving before sent

the sound pulses travelled through the non material field (dimension) at faster than light speed velocity (superluminal).

the observer, within the speed of light field (dimension), observed the sound arrive before sent because the observer detected the sound at superluminal velocity quicker than their senses/technology could hear/detect via light speed transmission

the two you`s

I realized what happened and look back and I'm standing on the sidewalk just still, with my eyes open and then "me" looked at "me"...

As soon as I make eye contact with myself…I get that head rush again like I’m going feet over head and I’m back in my body with my heart beating so fast it was all I could physically hear after the giant crunch of getting back in body


i believe you placed your personality (conscious you) into the non material field where time is like this:

A femtosecond is the SI unit of time equal to 10-15 of a second. That is one quadrillionth, or one millionth of one billionth of a second. For context, a femtosecond is to a second, what a second is to about 31.7 million years.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the sound is like the sound barrier but of the transition between non material and material realm

i think your description of experience is quite beautiful

thank you for shareing
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Re: Microsecond flashes of light coming downward from the sky at daytime, barely visible
I saw something like this the other day, one of them did become visable, I saw it just before it entered my chest area, it was about 1/2 inch long glowing silver,very very fast -there and gone in a blink of an eye.

:jhbnih
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It entered your chest area? Did you FEEL it at all or get any other physical sensory or emotive/memory anything with that?
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I saw something like this the other day, one of them did become visable, I saw it just before it entered my chest area, it was about 1/2 inch long glowing silver,very very fast -there and gone in a blink of an eye.

:jhbnih
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It entered your chest area? Did you FEEL it at all or get any other physical sensory or emotive/memory anything with that?
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Hi ArunaLuna - nope felt nothing, just saw it and thought wft was that. Have a good eclipse.

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LOVE that picture!!
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I use to get photos of them. Some were green, red, or blue, sometimes a mix. I could feel it coming after i caught the first few. The air would heat up in a very small spot, reach intensity, and then - bam.
One left a burn/bruise on my leg.

Immediately after the strikes, the air would woosh in cold as an ac vent for a few seconds. Very strange, very real.

The camera that caught the photos had no IR filter, an old Polaroid Digital, circa 2000.