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Monatom,

I've just finished reading your pdf, 'Reversed' - fascinating information.  Re the Net surrounding us, I have a query.  For the past maybe 9 months or so I've had a sort of white noise/buzzing around my head.  It's not annoying, but it's constant.  I live out of sight of buildings and neighbours but they are down the road.  I've noticed I have this sound even when the power goes off (and it does that often enough), and it was the same recently when I was o'seas in the middle of cities, and no worse.  So do you think this sound is somehow related to the Net you've described?  (I'm not thinking it's a brain disorder - yet.)  And if so, have you any suggestions I could try to shake it, punch a hole in it, disturb it in some way?  Or could you reverse my text to find out what I'm really wanting to know!

Hi Deekin - I too have this, started out of the blue in 2008.  Had scan done thinking it was a brain tumor - no.....visited 2 specialists to make sure there were no inner ear issues..no......was told it was due to high volume of music.  Now, in my younger days, and, on occasion, I have and do listen to my fav. tune up a wee-bit loud.  To the point that I should have what they call Tinitus?  Um, I don't think so.  It's constant in the left ear and every now and again, I get a pain and even feels like someone is pushing my ear open with air.  IDK what to make of it.  It goes aways while I'm focused on something, but comes back gain as soon as I give it attention.  My sounds go from a soft white noise to loud, piercing whistles.  Is this what you're having? 

Sorry Monatom - didn't mean to veer away from her inquiry.

 

W2K

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W2K  found this @   http://montalk.net/matrix/67/the-art-of-hyper-dimensional-war--    

Please look for highlighted section     (Excuse me for butting in, Monatom)

Also, pay attention to symbols in your dreams and external waking environment which may convey the presence and nature of an attack. Dreams will generally warn of an upcoming attack or one that is underway. As for symbols in your external waking environment, these are known as omens or synchronicities. Pay attention to them – they often give you a heads up as well. Waking reality is no different from a dream except that it is shared. Just as nightly dreams contain meaningful symbols, so can waking reality contain them. If you pay attention, you will see signs in your environment correlating with hyperdimensional attacks, either as a warning by your subconscious or as a simple byproduct of the attack itself.

 

6)
employ your intuition and nonphysical guidance
— pay attention that little intuitive voice that has always warned you in the past of danger or unwise moves on your part, it is your Higher Self attempting to communicate with you through your subconscious. If what it conveys matches all the evidence you see, or if nothing you see contradicts what it advises, then you better take it seriously. Your intuition and logic are the most trustworthy aides you have.

An odd but significant form of guidance is the phenomenon of intermittent ear ringing – not tinnitus, which is constant and due to nerve damage, but rather the sporadic type. Ear ringing is generated by your nervous system as an internal audible signal either warning you of psychic intrusion or alerting you to an important thought. The pitch, duration, volume, and apparent location (left, right, both ears, above, below, etc…) communicate different things, and only by observing and correlating them with concurrent events and thoughts can you figure out what each type means. In my case, generally speaking, left ear ringings indicate monitoring by hyperdimensional sources prior to an attack or abduction – while right ear ringings confirm the importance of some thought I was just having. Either way, they signal “Be alert, pay attention.”

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W2K  found this @   http://montalk.net/matrix/67/the-art-of-hyper-dimensional-war--    

Please look for highlighted section     (Excuse me for butting in, Monatom)

Also, pay attention to symbols in your dreams and external waking environment which may convey the presence and nature of an attack. Dreams will generally warn of an upcoming attack or one that is underway. As for symbols in your external waking environment, these are known as omens or synchronicities. Pay attention to them – they often give you a heads up as well. Waking reality is no different from a dream except that it is shared. Just as nightly dreams contain meaningful symbols, so can waking reality contain them. If you pay attention, you will see signs in your environment correlating with hyperdimensional attacks, either as a warning by your subconscious or as a simple byproduct of the attack itself.

 

6)
employ your intuition and nonphysical guidance
— pay attention that little intuitive voice that has always warned you in the past of danger or unwise moves on your part, it is your Higher Self attempting to communicate with you through your subconscious. If what it conveys matches all the evidence you see, or if nothing you see contradicts what it advises, then you better take it seriously. Your intuition and logic are the most trustworthy aides you have.

An odd but significant form of guidance is the phenomenon of intermittent ear ringing – not tinnitus, which is constant and due to nerve damage, but rather the sporadic type. Ear ringing is generated by your nervous system as an internal audible signal either warning you of psychic intrusion or alerting you to an important thought. The pitch, duration, volume, and apparent location (left, right, both ears, above, below, etc…) communicate different things, and only by observing and correlating them with concurrent events and thoughts can you figure out what each type means. In my case, generally speaking, left ear ringings indicate monitoring by hyperdimensional sources prior to an attack or abduction – while right ear ringings confirm the importance of some thought I was just having. Either way, they signal “Be alert, pay attention.”

 

Rabej - thank you so much.  I'm not real fond of the part about the left ear = monitoring prior to attack or abduction though, lol.  It's been a steady constant battle of ignorning the ringing, so I'm opting for a medical reason rather than a form of guidance - although the pitch and duration do vary.  I do have hearing loss as well, which those in voice chat can attest to, lol.  I am going to go to your link and read up- thanks again!  :)

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You're welcomed----  I've had it for a couple of years now, sounds like white noise as opposed to ringing, and I've linked it to an astral presence or someone using RV. I've also noticed that if your left-brained or right-brained indicates which ear will be the one detecting the attacks. When he speaks of abduction, I believe he means soul abduction and there will be more clues than just ear noise. IMO it's a good website, and I think he's got alot of things right, and it ties in directly to what we are and have been talking here on Chani

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Monatom,

I've just finished reading your pdf, 'Reversed' - fascinating information.  Re the Net surrounding us, I have a query.  For the past maybe 9 months or so I've had a sort of white noise/buzzing around my head.  It's not annoying, but it's constant.  I live out of sight of buildings and neighbours but they are down the road.  I've noticed I have this sound even when the power goes off (and it does that often enough), and it was the same recently when I was o'seas in the middle of cities, and no worse.  So do you think this sound is somehow related to the Net you've described?  (I'm not thinking it's a brain disorder - yet.)  And if so, have you any suggestions I could try to shake it, punch a hole in it, disturb it in some way?  Or could you reverse my text to find out what I'm really wanting to know!

Deekin,

Unfortunately I cannot add to what the others have said. I have had this occurrence myself in some form over the years and while I think some is normal I too have questions the rest of the time. The only way to be sure about anything is by eliminating as many possibilities as possible. Once you have had a physical checkup you can consider other areas and as Rabej says, learning to listen to your inner voice is important.

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Thank you all.  I never liked my music extremely loud so I'd rule out nerve damage from that, and it has occurred rather recently.  It's not even noticeable with normal noise levels around but it is constant.  rabej, thank you for the link - I'll look into it.

 

Please continue, Monatom.  :)

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   LUCID DREAMS

 

   I want to take this opportunity to ask YOU something as this is part of my study of consciousness. I have been a LUCID DREAMER since young. I have not had a chance to compare my experiences with those of others and what I am looking for is..

 

      .1. In your MOST LUCID DREAM how aware were you compared to everyday awareness of the reality around you.(% will do)

       2. When you became aware inside your dream, were you aware of your body remaining in your bed?

       3. Did you fly and in either case what were your experiences?

       4. Did the dream cause you to relate back to it as a result of something happening subsequently?

       5. Have you found a way of inducing a lucid dream easily?

       6. Have you had an experience that some would think was a lucid dream but you suspected was more than that?

 

  Maybe we can share some elements of consciousness around this subject.

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Yes Monatom again thank you and please continue the discussion about Lucid Dreaming, the subject fascinates me to no end, Think I did it as a kid, but unsure of as an adult.

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When very young I often would fly in my dreams and even do now at times - sometimes my arms are tired when I wake up.  In my dreams it's just the most natural thing to do and I always think to myself, "Why have I forgotten about doing this?"  But I don't realise I'm dreaming.  It's been 10 years since I had a Lucid Dream and that came about directly from reading Rick Stack's 'Out of Body Adventures' and then Stephen LaBerge's work.  So here's my reply:

1.  How aware - very aware, very excited, colours were vibrant, but the experiences were always short lived and I could not get back into them.

2.  Aware of my body in bed - no

3.  Fly - yes, and the need to walk through walls and jump off a balcony - which I would never contemplate in waking life.

4.  Relate back to something - no.

5.  A way to induce one easily - not of late.  Early on my sign was a Dr Pepper bottle, until it came to Oz.

6.  Experience more than a LD - no.

 

(I see you wanted %s, sorry!)

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   LUCID DREAMS

 

   I want to take this opportunity to ask YOU something as this is part of my study of consciousness. I have been a LUCID DREAMER since young. I have not had a chance to compare my experiences with those of others and what I am looking for is..

 

  •       .1. In your MOST LUCID DREAM how aware were you compared to everyday awareness of the reality around you.(% will do) - 100%
  •        2. When you became aware inside your dream, were you aware of your body remaining in your bed? - YES -and then I was to see my husband lying beside me - through my eyelids
  •        3. Did you fly and in either case what were your experiences?   YES - I asked to be taken to the space where it's dark with a millions stars - shot straight up and was moving at such a rapid pace, but I wasn't afraid.  It was incredible.  I then reached a black cliff that fell off into nothingness and got the impression I could go if I wanted, but I was afraid to for fear I wouldn't get back.  I felt child like, as if I was being watched by my parents to see how far I would go before it became dangerous.  I wonder if the "cliff" thing relates to the "net" you've spoken of. I never really figured that one out until just this precise moment. 
  •        4. Did the dream cause you to relate back to it as a result of something happening subsequently?  I believe so, yes.
  •        5. Have you found a way of inducing a lucid dream easily? Yes, but not often.  The easiest thing for me to do is view my room with my eyes closed.  It's funny - things are more vibrant like that and have a "swiiish" movement to them.
  •        6. Have you had an experience that some would think was a lucid dream but you suspected was more than that?  Yes

 

  Maybe we can share some elements of consciousness around this subject.

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Thanks Deekin, W2K

The fact is that not many people have regular Lucid Dreams and yes, one can learn to induce them by first focusing on their dreams, keeping a dream diary next to their bed in which they make an entry immediately they awaken and deciding on a trigger. The trigger may be simply looking at ones hand during a dream or the Dr Pepper bottle Deekin mentions. This trigger allows you to increase your awareness at that moment.

Your physical existence is only one level of your being. These other levels of your existence are often described as having other bodies. http://juliank.com/english/aura-body/files-aura/aura_and_7_bodies.htm

I often wonder how many of these levels become participants in a lucid dream.

Most of my lucid dreaming occurred outside of real time but on one occasion I became lucid as I landed in the hallway of the house I grew up in. I felt this was actual time. As I stood up I purposely increased my awareness to full, only on this occasion I felt I was actually beginning to materialize and I panicked. I knew there were two people asleep in the main bedroom and nobody else in the house. I thought I may have trouble getting out of the place so I decided to panic as I knew this should reverse the situation and it did.

W2k your experience reminded me of when I assisted my mother in law to pass over. She was in a coma in the Emergency ward when I visited her with my wife and her sister. Her kidneys had collapsed and she had gone through much pain so I closed my eyes and allowed my consciousness to engage hers. At that moment she was dreaming that she was in another part of the hospital that did not really exist. She was concocting the imagery for it was also distorted. She was walking with a drip on a stand (she had one at the time) and about to ascend a ramp with an extra large round stainless steel rail for support. I walked up to her and said , "Mum, you don't have to go through all this". I asked her if she was ready to go as I was there to assist. She affirmed and I took her hand and instinctively took her through to this place you describe. There was darkness and stars. She caught sight of something and began to move very fast and I let go. I knew not to look. I opened my eyes to see the attached equipment above her bed zeroing out. I had been describing what was happening as it happened and this brought great comfort to her daughters.

How much of us goes where? How real is that awareness to this one here? Places I have visited are sometimes actual places and other times they are not but are they any less real?

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   LUCID DREAMS

 

   I want to take this opportunity to ask YOU something as this is part of my study of consciousness. I have been a LUCID DREAMER since young. I have not had a chance to compare my experiences with those of others and what I am looking for is..

 

      .1. In your MOST LUCID DREAM how aware were you compared to everyday awareness of the reality around you.(% will do)

       2. When you became aware inside your dream, were you aware of your body remaining in your bed?

       3. Did you fly and in either case what were your experiences?

       4. Did the dream cause you to relate back to it as a result of something happening subsequently?

       5. Have you found a way of inducing a lucid dream easily?

       6. Have you had an experience that some would think was a lucid dream but you suspected was more than that?

 

  Maybe we can share some elements of consciousness around this subject.

Monatom-- have you ever had your dreams hi-jacked?   I have on many occasions, found myself in a dream where I'm the observed (in situations that I've resolved in real life.) -- I become aware inside the dream by looking at my hands and then noticed that the surroundings are 'wrong' and again notice that I'm the star of this scripted drama, these realizations make me come awake. I then spend the next hour trying to figure out who or why this is happening, before returning to a fitfull sleep.

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Monatom-- have you ever had your dreams hi-jacked?   I have on many occasions, found myself in a dream where I'm the observed (in situations that I've resolved in real life.) -- I become aware inside the dream by looking at my hands and then noticed that the surroundings are 'wrong' and again notice that I'm the star of this scripted drama, these realizations make me come awake. I then spend the next hour trying to figure out who or why this is happening, before returning to a fitfull sleep.

Rabej I think you answered it to some degree. You have had a habit of becoming lucid regarding matters needing resolution in everyday life. If you decide you simply want to explore and go to bed with that on your mind you may induce something different.

A few years ago I was looking forward to an overseas trip booked well ahead. I had a dream whilst becoming lucid as I was floating upright above a narrow street about 100 feet above the ground. On my right there were people in a taverna down below. On my left

was a multi story building. I floated to the end of the street, assumed a prone position and flew out over the water where I noticed a sunken wreck. These images suddenly returned out of the blue when I sat in the the open air taverna when I visited Athens. Around the perimeter was a raised steel rod architecture with entwined vines along it as I had seen in the dream, then when I looked across there was the very building. The sunken wreck was in Limassol harbor when I visited Cyprus. I was seeing a montage of images from my coming trip. Even my dreams of exploration were often connected to some real life events.

If you want to change the process you mention you need to shape your intent on that score. often takes some work to get those results. You can have more control. It may also help if once you become mildly lucid you first work on gaining a more heightened awareness in which you make decisions. Only after gaining a heightened consciousness can you decide.

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Thank-you Monatom, have to work on my awareness and focus.

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quoting Monatom from above

"A few years ago I was looking forward to an overseas trip booked well ahead. I had a dream whilst becoming lucid as I was floating upright above a narrow street about 100 feet above the ground. On my right there were people in a taverna down below. On my left
was a multi story building. I floated to the end of the street, assumed a prone position and flew out over the water where I noticed a sunken wreck. These images suddenly returned out of the blue when I sat in the the open air taverna when I visited Athens. Around the perimeter was a raised steel rod architecture with entwined vines along it as I had seen in the dream, then when I looked across there was the very building. The sunken wreck was in Limassol harbor when I visited Cyprus. I was seeing a montage of images from my coming trip. Even my dreams of exploration were often connected to some real life events."

 

What you have described reminds me of those DeJavu moments I, and I am sure others, have.  I had dreamed of a house I bought, had no clue where it was located.  Years later became aware that after driving past a house I had just bought, and upon turning around and coming back at the house from a different direction, that it was the very home I had dreamed about. In a totally different state from where I lived at the time of the dream.  I had also dreamed about working with certain people I had never met, about the same time, then all of a sudden one day at work, after buying the house in my dreams, here were the very people I had met in my dreams.  I don't recall floating, but I certainly recalled the dreams.  Possibly lucid dreams?
 

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quoting Monatom from above

"A few years ago I was looking forward to an overseas trip booked well ahead. I had a dream whilst becoming lucid as I was floating upright above a narrow street about 100 feet above the ground. On my right there were people in a taverna down below. On my left

was a multi story building. I floated to the end of the street, assumed a prone position and flew out over the water where I noticed a sunken wreck. These images suddenly returned out of the blue when I sat in the the open air taverna when I visited Athens. Around the perimeter was a raised steel rod architecture with entwined vines along it as I had seen in the dream, then when I looked across there was the very building. The sunken wreck was in Limassol harbor when I visited Cyprus. I was seeing a montage of images from my coming trip. Even my dreams of exploration were often connected to some real life events."

 

What you have described reminds me of those DeJavu moments I, and I am sure others, have.  I had dreamed of a house I bought, had no clue where it was located.  Years later became aware that after driving past a house I had just bought, and upon turning around and coming back at the house from a different direction, that it was the very home I had dreamed about. In a totally different state from where I lived at the time of the dream.  I had also dreamed about working with certain people I had never met, about the same time, then all of a sudden one day at work, after buying the house in my dreams, here were the very people I had met in my dreams.  I don't recall floating, but I certainly recalled the dreams.  Possibly lucid dreams?

 

 

 

Spot on Breezy. In your case you remembered your dreams. Others do not and have this feeling of deja vu only without knowing why. One has up to about 5 dreams in a night. They start short and get progressively longer as a rule. If you had a lucid dream there would be no doubt about your doing so for you would find yourself in a "real" scenario, wide awake within the dream. Everything would seem about as real as it does in your every day reality. On one occasion I floated in lotus position in one of my lucid dreams and  I said to myself'" This flying is easy. I am sure I can do this when I awaken". It was as real an experience as if it happened down the main street of my city. In fact, I had trouble waking as I awoke from one lucid dream to find myself still lucid dreaming. The give away was the way the furniture was arranged around the house. It wasn't like it is in every day reality. I almost made it a habit to go around banging furniture and other elements in these dreams to show  myself how real everything was in this dream realm. Another time, also fully aware I bent down over some rocks to reach into a stream with cupped hands and feel the water over my hands. I thought on that occasion that if my body died in the bed and I remained here in this other reality it would be just as real as the one my physical body was resident within.

 

Hence, this quest to understand the nature of consciousness. How about deciding to meet with others in this dream world? I did that by arrangement with a spiritually minded friend. We both remembered the dream and the information exchanged. Other times I forgot my dreams. I did not download the information into every day consciousness and I have had others tell me what I did when I gatecrashed their dream. If the totalness of your being in physicality is composed of seven parts as suggested by those who claim to know, how many of those parts can relocate in consciousness? I will talk shortly about translocation and bi-location. If, in fact, consciousness is all there is as the kabbalist suggests then time and space are illusions and the universe is a hologram also as all the information is at every point in the Universe at the same time. Also, I forget a lot more than I download into every day.

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I'm finding that just talking about dreams here has got me remembering them more often, so thank you.  But I've also found that trying to induce a lucid dream is tiring and doesn't work for me so I need to try different approaches.

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I'm finding that just talking about dreams here has got me remembering them more often, so thank you.  But I've also found that trying to induce a lucid dream is tiring and doesn't work for me so I need to try different approaches.

Deekin,

Try remembering your dreams first by keeping a dream diary and writing the moment you awaken just what you remember. It is laborious but it works through your intent. Then decide on a sign in your dreams, like looking at your hands. Whenever you do this will be the sign to awaken within your dream and make yourself conscious. It works.

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well the guy that was talking to me last night in my dreams would not stop, he was wearing a brown full length winter coat and was with someone else when he cornered me and started to talk non-stop about something I already knew or was not interested in. Glad I woke up! LOL

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well the guy that was talking to me last night in my dreams would not stop, he was wearing a brown full length winter coat and was with someone else when he cornered me and started to talk non-stop about something I already knew or was not interested in. Glad I woke up! LOL

Blue you made me laugh. I can just see that. You could have bordered on a nightmare.

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TRY THIS CONSCIOUSNESS EXPANSION EXERCISE

Consciousness expands when you change your perspective from that perspective you use every day. This site challenges people who have perspectives that do not accommodate knowledge disseminated here. We who have accommodated this knowledge need to keep growing. I am assuming many here are familiar with the idea of the existence of a singular consciousness that is infinitely manifest, so TRY THIS:

Spend a minute or two in your day looking at the people around you. Stop and focus on one person and allow yourself to FEEL,"This person is ME, just in a different Body and occupying a different slot of life". You will find you Connect and register an emotional result that you maybe are not used to. Let me know your results.

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Phillip - I'm being told I don't have permission to view your pdf...?

 

 

@ Monatom -

 

I plan on doing this with a new member of our team @ work - he's young and struggling with something - not sure what...but I feel a strong need to identify with him and sort of protect him....

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I don't have permission either, Phillip

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