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The Fear Frequency and Missing 411 Cases

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 17:11
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Patrick C.

“Infrasound, and the frequencies produced, might be a “physical mechanism” for thinning the veil between dimensions, or opening a doorway.”

INFRASOUND – sound waves that vibrate just below the range of human hearing, it has been dubbed the “fear frequency.”

Exposure to infrasound has been demonstrated to effect recipients with symptoms including fear, sorrow, depression, anxiety, nausea, chest pressure, hallucinations, and manifestations of beings of all sorts.

Infrasound can cause objects to move, and some believe the body’s internal organs can be effected. It is suggested that levels above 80 decibels at frequencies between 0.5 to 10Hz may start to effect the vestibular of the inner ear thus impacting balance and causing disorientation.

Infrasound is sound which extends below the range of human hearing (from 20 Hz down to 0.001 Hz), and it emanates from many natural and man made sources. Infrasound is characterized by an ability to cover long distances and get around obstacles with little dissipation. 20 HZ is generally the lowest frequency humans can detect via hearing.

Psychologist Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire believes the odd sensations that people attribute to ghosts may be caused by, and attributed to, contact with infrasonic vibrations.

The scientist is comforted by the view that these phenomenon are purely psychological in nature. Even to the extent of ignoring evidence, that they themselves have experienced, as you will soon discover.

However there is another obvious explanation for the effects of infrasound, that will disturb the scientists. Infrasound, and the frequencies produced, might be a “physical mechanism” for thinning the veil between dimensions, or opening a doorway.

In 1998, Vic Tandy and Dr. Tony Lawrence staff at Coventry University wrote a paper called “Ghosts in the Machine” for the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research. They cited infrasound as the cause of apparitions seen by staff at a so-called haunted laboratory in Warwick.

Several years earlier, Tandy was working late in the “haunted” Warwick laboratory when he saw a gray thing coming for him.

“I felt the hairs rise on the back of my neck,” he said. “It seemed to be between me and the door, so the only thing I could do was turn and face it.”

It reappeared in a different form the next day when Tandy was doing some work on his fencing foil.

“The handle was clamped in a vice on a workbench, yet the blade started vibrating like mad”. He wondered why the blade vibrated in one part of room but not in another. The explanation, he discovered, was that infrasound was coming from an extractor fan.

“When we finally switched it off, it was as if a huge weight was lifted,” he said. “It makes me think that one of the applications of this ongoing research could be a link between infrasound and sick-building syndrome.”

Sick-building syndrome is used to describe a situation in which the occupants of a building experience acute health- or comfort-related effects that seem to be linked directly to the time spent in the building

When the team measured the infrasound in the laboratory, the reading was 18.98 hertz–the exact frequency at which a human eyeball starts resonating. The sound waves made his eyeballs resonate and produced an “optical illusion’: Believing he saw a figure that didn’t exist.

Controlled experiments by British scientists demonstrated that infrasound produces a range of bizarre effects in people including: Anxiety, Extreme Sorrow, Chills, Apparitions and Hallucinations, and Sleep Paralysis.

Sleep paralysis also happens to be a common phenomena in geodynamic areas, known to produce infrasound, along the Pacific Ring of Fire, further supporting the link between infrasound and strange phenomenon.

On 31 May 2003 a group of UK researchers held a mass experiment where they exposed some 700 people to music “near the edge of hearing”.

The experimental concert (entitled Infrasonic) took place in the Purcell Room over the course of two performances, each consisting of four musical pieces. Two of the pieces in each concert had 17 Hz tones played underneath.

The presence of the tone resulted in a significant number (22%) of respondents reporting anxiety, uneasiness, extreme sorrow, nervous feelings of revulsion or fear, chills down the spine, and feelings of pressure on the chest.


*Continue where you see the image entitled “Sources of Infrasound” approx midway in the article (can’t miss it)

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