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Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.

 
Common Sense
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05/05/2006 01:51 PM
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Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
I've had a persistent problem,for years, with an average 10-herz/per second light pulsation in my eyes,visible when entering the shade,after having been in the daylight.I don't know what causes it,often in conjunction with extreme fatigue and muscle ache.Is it related to some brain disfunction,or is it caused by some outside agency,like GSM/UTSM waves,scalar technology waves,psychotronics,computer sessions or an increased Schumann resonance energy? Do any of you recognize these symptoms and how can I get rid of this energy drainage? Thanks for all helpful suggestions!
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05/05/2006 01:53 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
I have no idea, sorry

stay away from sugar and junk food

buy a juice maker and start juicing some

Walmart sells a good one for $30 bucks (Hamilton Beach)

and put fruits in a blender and drink up

and drink water and exercise and break a sweat from exercising
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05/05/2006 02:02 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
haarp!












































































































































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05/05/2006 02:19 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
I get the same thing when I'm waking up going from total darkness to light. Also see magnificiant patters on things. I attribute this to HPPD: Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder from my entire dwelling in the d-lysergic acid diethylamide. Which btw is unobtainable anymore, and whats wrong with today’s society, leaving them with the impression all there really is to this world is only 5 senses. Believing everything they see and hear, what prison that must be.
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05/05/2006 02:21 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
Migraine aura.....really, look it up.
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05/05/2006 02:55 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
Do you have any swords in the house? I had the same eye problem. I took my sword from the room below me and placed it in my parents basement 20 miles away. No more strange lights with eyes closed anymore. Most likely haarp or one of the jealous gods were trying to tap into my head and the sword actually helped them do it because it was located below me laying horizontally.

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05/05/2006 02:56 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
You need more MAGNESIUM, in the form of magnesium taurate (you can get on E-bay, or the web), and also take some hot baths with a couple cups of epsom salts in the water,,,,soak for 30 minutes, the magnesium in the epsom salts (magnesium sulfate), absorbs into your skin. That is also why you get muscle aches, and bone-tired feeling.....too little magnesium. We have no magnesium left in our top soils, so the animals or humans are not getting enough, nor the plants (vegetables....)

Stay on the magnesium taurate tablets..we are all deficient...also causes depression......

Many problems caused by this, physical and emotional....
all the best,,,,,,me too
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05/05/2006 02:58 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
go here and read all about magnesium and the many problems it solves...long article, but worth the read if you are sick....

[link to www.coldcure.com]

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05/05/2006 02:59 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
scroll back up to the top of the page to start reading the article......the page starts on the ad....scroll up...
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05/05/2006 03:00 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
When did GLP become a medical advice board? Get off your computer and go to your doctor right away.
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05/05/2006 03:03 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
"Any help is welcome"......

so, you offer help. Get off your computer and your fat ass, and go out and do something for somebody.....

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05/05/2006 03:03 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
When did you last have your blood pressure checked? Also check blood for diabetis and related illnesses like glucoma.
Who knows what the truth is???
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05/05/2006 05:56 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
drink lots more water
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
The light patterns are actually normal. Light enters through the pineal gland in the center of your brain and this can have all sorts of strange effects on your eyes. The reason you see it in the shade/darkness more than during broad daylight is because the light that is perceived by your eyes completely overlaps the light that your pineal gland is receiving.

Also, if you see the patterns in colors, usually blue for most people, but can be any color, (crystal blue and carrot orange for me), those are 'neural discharges' from your brain. This normally happens when you are preparing to go to sleep. (Try going to sleep one day, completely relaxing your body, while remaining completely conscious. You will be amazed at what your brain can do!)
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05/05/2006 06:34 PM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
BUT LISTEN TO WHAT 89762
SAID.

Being a diabetic, High blood pressure is part of the deal. What you discribe is a symptom of high blood pressure!
Go to your Doctor ASAP! It is a form of Glacoma, and if not treated, you could lose you sight!
Common Sense (OP)
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05/06/2006 06:08 AM
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Re: Light oscillations in eyes,what causes it ?Any help is welcome.
I thank you all very much for your well-intentioned advices and I will certainly go into the various causes/solutions proposed.I forgot to mention the periodic noise in the back of my head and at certain intervals a persistent humming sound in one of my ears,thereby temporarily losing the auditory function in my ear,as long the humming persists.As a 3 year-old,I fell of the back of someone's bike,thereby hitting the road with the back of my head.Nothing ever was done about it,no medical check-up.I could have sustained some sort of brain injury,who knows.Bloodpressure meters usually fail in my case,because the underpressure is sometimes not measurable.Indication of a weak heart?By the way,I did go and see my GP,but he said it was merely due to fatigue,end of story.Perhaps I need to find another GP.Does it matter,that members ask medical questions at this forum?I wouldn't have thought so.Many illuminating thoughts/suggestions/humor may be found on this board,besides sarcasm/stupidity/trolling.





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