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Her Sweet Murmur
By, Greg Taylor
December 2007

Greg Taylor is well known as the founder and director of the outstanding alternative knowledge website the Daily Grail (www.dailygrail.com), and he is also amongst the contributors to Darklore, a new journal of exceptional observations, hidden history, the paranormal and esoteric science. Bringing together some of the top researchers and writers on topics from outside of mainstream science and history, Darklore aims to challenge our preconceptions by revealing the strange dimensions veiled by consensus reality. Featuring contributions from Daniel Pinchbeck, Loren Coleman, Nick Redfern, Robert Schoch, Blair Blake, Michael Grosso, Lynn Picknett & Clive Prince and many others, Volume 1 of Darklore offers only the best writing and research from the most respected individuals in their fields.

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To recap the sounds of the near-death/out-of-body state, we have specific, repeated accounts of:

* Buzzing/Humming
* Bells Tinkling/Chimes
* Thunder/Rushing of wind
* Stringed instruments
* Choir/hymns

Any person that has studied border experiences in general should recognize these sounds as being common to multiple phenomena. Turning to shamanism, we readily find a number of examples. For example, consider Terence and Dennis McKenna's description of the onset of a 'magic mushroom trip', from the book True Hallucinations:

But it was definitely at some point in time near to that conversation that I first heard the sound, immeasurably distant and faint, in the region between the ears, not outside, but definitely, incredibly there, perfectly distinct on the absolute edge of audible perception. A sound almost like a signal or very, very faint transmissions of radio buzzing from somewhere, something like tingling chimes at first, but gradually becoming amplified into a snapping, popping, gurgling, crackling electrical sound. [6]

Terence McKenna also made much of 'the Logos': what appears to be an external voice, sometimes heard while under the influence of psilocybin mushrooms. It is interesting to note some research done on the prevalence of this phenomenon, conducted by Horace Beach, Ph.D. In his paper titled "Listening for the Logos," Beach notes that "one of the most interesting findings of this study is that in over 45% of participants' total experiences with a voice(s) and psilocybin, sounds other than voices were present." He goes on to list the words used by participants in describing these sounds: "high pitch, high tone, humming, buzzing, whirring, ringing, rustling, rushing water, howling, vibrations, whooshing, crinkling, insect-like, drumming, whirling-circular."

Dr Rick Strassman, in his research into the potent hallucinogen DMT (Dimethyltryptamine), catalogued repeated instances of 'entrance' sounds. "There was this loud intense hum," said one research volunteer. Another, 'Sara' — who claimed to have been visited by an 'angel' once when she had a high fever as a child — said "there was a sound, like a hum that turned into a whoosh, and then I was blasted out of my body at such speed, with such force…there are sounds: high-pitched singing, like angel voices." [7]

Anthropologist Michael Harner described the onset of a shamanic journey via the DMT-containing brew ayahuasca with these words: "the sound of rushing water filled his ears, and listening to its roar, he knew he possessed the power of Tsungi, the first shaman. He could now see..." [8] Cognitive psychologist Benny Shanon, recognized as one of the world authorities on ayahuasca, notes Harner's description in his book The Antipodes of the Mind, and also relays his own insights about the archetypal nature of these sounds:

There are also specific auditory effects that drinkers of Ayahuasca commonly report. One effect, usually described as most annoying, is the hearing of a continuous buzzing sound inside the ears. Another effect is that described by many as 'the sound of running water.' This very phrase has been articulated by several of my informants and is also used by Harner; curiously, the 'noise of great water'is also mentioned in the most spectacular vision described in the Bible, the Divine vision opening the book of Ezekiel (1:24).

It should also be noted that Shanon cites Goldman (1979) in saying that during the ayahuasca trip one may hear "music, the sound of people singing, and the sound of flowing water." Shanon points out that the hymns of the ayahuasca-using Santo Daime Church are 'received' music — either via the intoxicated individual spontaneously composing, or alternatively actually copying music heard during the experience. He even relates a personal experience in which he was accompanied by "a grand choir of angels".

Reichel-Dolmatoff [9] says of the yage (ayahuasca) experience: "The hallucination has several phases, and during the first the person feels and hears a violent current of air, as if a strong wind were pulling him along." Usage of Heimia salicifolia (sinicuiche), a plant that appears to have been used in Aztec rituals which contains the alkaloid cryogenine, is reported to sometimes be accompanied by a ringing in the ears which turns into orchestrated music[10] — two sounds that are common to our investigation. Meanwhile, Paul Devereux, in his book The Long Trip, tells how during opium intoxication Reverend Walter Colton heard "harps and choral symphonies". Interestingly, Devereux also relates that "the locations of oracles were often "hallucinogenic" in that they had roaring water or wind at them."

Prophets, Mystics and Visionaries

Returning to Shanon's off-hand comment regarding Ezekiel's Biblical vision, we encounter yet another area to explore — the sacred ground of religious visions. This topic is often left out of paranormal investigations, though we are left to wonder why when there are so many parallels (Ezekiel and the 'UFO' is perhaps one of the more popular). Turning to the New Testament, we find this narrative during Pentecost:

And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance. (Acts 2:1)

Enoch's shamanic-like transformation also notes sounds:

As soon as the Holy One, blessed be He, took me to serve the throne of glory, the wheels of the chariot, and all the needs of the Shekhinah, at once my flesh was changed into flame, my tendons into a fire of glowing heat, my bones to glowing juniper coals, my eyelids to radiance of lightning bolts, my eyeballs to torches of fire, the hair of my head to glowing heat and flame, all my limbs to wings of burning fire, and my bodily frame to scorching fire. On my right were hewers of fiery flames, on my left torches were burning. There blew around me wind, storm, and tempest, and the noise of earthquake upon earthquake was in front of me and behind me.

Interestingly, considering the prevalence of the buzzing sound in multiple experiences, esoteric scholar Manly P. Hall cites Thomas Inman as saying that Beelzebub, "...which the Jews ridiculed as My Lord of Flies, really means My Lord Who Hums or Murmurs" (in the Bible, Beelzebub was an oracular deity of the Philistines).

Turning to Islam, we find the traces of these sounds in the very inspiration behind the faith, in the revelations to Mohammed from the Archangel Gabriel:

The Prophet heard at times the noise of the tinkling of a bell. To him alone was known the meaning of the sound. He alone could distinguish in, and through it, the words which Gabriel wished him to understand. [11]

This is interesting — Mohammed hears the tinkling of a bell, but he "knew the meaning of the sounds"...distinguishing "in, and through it" the revelations from Gabriel. There may be a curious parallel here with the "Virgin Mary apparition" (and I use the term very loosely) of Fatima. In their book Heavenly Lights, Joaquim Fernandes and Fina D'Armada devote a chapter to the buzzing sounds heard by witnesses to the event. In particular, witness Maria Carreira relates that the buzzing seems to have coincided with the conversations between Lucia and the 'Lady':

We would follow the children and kneel in the middle of the field. Lucia would raise her hands and say, 'You bade me come here, what do you wish of me?' And then could be heard a buzzing that seemed to be that of a bee. I took care to discern whether it was the Lady speaking.

Maria subsequently described this phenomenon, from the June apparition, to another investigator with these words: "Then we began to hear something like this, in the manner of a very fine voice, but what it said could not be comprehended or put into words, for it was like the buzzing of a bee." A month after the first event (the Fatima apparitions occurred on the 13th of each month from May to October 1917), another person witnessed the same effect:

After this question, she (Lucia) waited in silence for a short period of time, the time of a brief response. And during this silence, he (the witness) heard, as if coming from the oak tree, a faint voice, similar, he says, to the humming of a bee, but without distinguishing a single word.

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« Reply #1 on: Dec 24th, 2007, 3:33pm »

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Her Sweet Murmur
By, Greg Taylor
December 2007

Another witness described it as "the buzzing of a fly inside an empty barrel, but without articulation of words", and on another occasion as an indefinable sound, heard throughout the duration of the experience, like that which is heard next to a hive, but altogether more harmonious. And another witness: "I thought I heard at that moment, a little wind, a zoa-zoa sound. While Lucia was listening to a response, it seemed there was a buzzing sound like that of a cicada."

Buzzing was not the only sound heard at Fatima though. Fernandes and D'Armada point out that witnesses likened the sounds "to thunder, to rumors, to rumbling, to the clapping of hands, to the detonation of bombs, to the hiss of rockets." For instance, one witness recounted that "when Lucia said, 'There She goes,' I heard a roaring in the air that seemed like the beginning of thunder."

So what of other 'Marian apparitions'? Consider the case of the "Virgin of Guadeloupe", as related by Jacques Vallee:

...the apparition took place on December 9th 1531 in Mexico. it began with the 'sweet sound of singing birds' followed by a voice which came from the top of the hill. The source of the voice was hidden by 'a frosty mist, a brightening cloud'. The technology of the BVM was at work! [12]

And while speaking of Virgin Mary apparitions, perhaps the best known case is that of Lourdes. The seer who experienced the visitation in that case — the young girl Bernadette — mentions these sounds in her own testimony:

Hardly had I taken off my first stocking, when I heard a sound as though there had been a rush of wind. I looked around towards the meadow. I saw the trees quite still. So I continued to take off my shoes. Again I heard the same noise. I looked upward towards the grotto. I beheld a lady dressed in white. She wore a white dress a blue sash and a yellow rose on each foot..." [13]

It's interesting to note, in regards to this common 'rush of wind' sound, that there was an instance of this in the Fatima case also. In 1915, two years before the 'famous' apparitions, Lucia and her two cousins were said to have been taking shelter from rain in a small cave when they heard the rumble of a powerful windand then saw a "youth of admirable beauty" who called himself the 'Angel of Peace'. Jacques Vallee has pointed out the similarity of this particular apparition (and other 'entity' visitations) with the description in the Biblical Apocrypha of a young child appearing from a 'bright cloud' within a cave. [14]

Before moving on to the next section, there is one final aspect worth noting. Both the Pentecost account, and the Fatima event, yielded 'group' hearing…that is, more than one person present 'heard' the sounds. This is suggestive of some objective source, and is something we will return to.

There's Nothing New…

The phenomena discussed so far — NDEs, entheogenic experiences, magical ritual — largely suggest that these sounds herald the onset of an altered state of consciousness. This appears to be confirmed when we survey mystical traditions from around the world, most especially those from the East, which are already well ahead of us in describing these sounds in connection with altered states. [15]

Beginning with the literature on kundalini, according to Sat Chakranirupana, written more than five hundred years ago by the Bengali yogi Purnanada:

The sleeping kundalini is extremely fine, like the fiber of a lotus stalk. She is the world-bewilderer, gently covering the "door" to the central Great Axis. Like the spiral of a conch shell, her shiny snake-like form is coiled around three and a half times; her luster is like a strong flash of lightning; her sweet murmur is like an indistinct hum of swarms of love-mad bees.)

From the classic treatise on Hatha Yoga, Shiva Samhita, we learn of the 'sounds' that a practitioner is likely to experience:

The first sound is like the hum of the honey-intoxicated bee, next that of a flute, then of a harp; after this, by the gradual practice of Yoga, the destroyer of the darkness of the world, he hears the sounds of the ringing bells, then sounds like roars of thunder.

Another of the classic yoga texts, Hatha Yoga Pradapika, also describes sounds:

In the beginning, the sounds resemble those of the ocean, the clouds, the kettledrum and Zarzara (a sort of drum cymbal); in the middle they resemble those arising fromthe Maradala, the conch, the bell and the horn. In the end they resemble those of the tinkling bells, the flutes, the vina, and the bees.

Moving from Hinduism to Sufism, we find this extremely accurate description of sounds heard during the induced altered states of that particular mystical tradition, as described by the Sufi master Hazrat Inayat Khan:

An adept who practices Shaghal, after some time will have an experience of that Shaghal during times when he is not practicing. He will hear sounds of the sphere in ten forms: in the form of the buzzing of the bees, in the form of the bells ringing in the ears, in the form of whistles blowing, in the form of the fluttering of the leaves, in the form of the running of the water, in the form of the sound of Vina, in the form of the cooing of the wind, in the form of the crashing of the thunder, in the form of the music of the spheres, in the form of the song of the angels.

It pays to revisit this final passage after reading the complete essay — Hazrat Inayat Khan obviously knew his topic!

UFOs and Aliens, oh my!

Surveying the topic of UFO sightings in regards to the sounds heard is problematic, not least because many UFO proponents will argue that the phenomenon has nothing to do with the paranormal, and that genuine (ie. unexplainable) UFOs are of extraterrestrial origin. Beyond that point, there is also no doubt many UFO sightings are actually of conventional or 'secret' (Earthly) craft. Therefore, roaring, buzzing and humming sounds could well be due to the propulsion systems of these craft (whether Earthly or otherwise). However, it is still worth surveying some of these sounds, especially considering the 'high strangeness' aspect of many sightings, which do suggest a paranormal origin. Researcher James McCampbell identified five distinct types of sounds emanating from UFOs in his survey of close encounters[16], which are strikingly familiar to the sounds we have been discussing:

* Violent (roar, explosion)
* Low Pitch (hum, buzz)
* Rush of Air (whoosh, swish)
* High Pitch (shrill, whistle)
* Signals (beeps, pulses)

One such encounter, which featured two of the above sounds, is the UFO sighting of Charles Early. Early was raking leaves at his home in Greenfield Massachusetts, under a clear sky, when he heard a "swishing noise" as if a wind storm was coming. He looked up and saw two rings parallel to each other, one on top of the other separated by a distance of about 4 feet. He estimated the diameter to be about 30 feet and described them as "bright, like polished chrome" and tubular…Early said that when the double ring was directly over him it made a "humming" sound similar to the hum heard when standing under electrical wires.

In his book Forbidden Science, Jacques Vallee discusses the well-known 'Affa' case of 1954: A 'contactee', Mrs Frances Swan, told how she was in telepathic communication (via automatic writing) from the commanders of two alien spaceships (Affa and Ponnar). Vallee recounts that whenever Mrs Swan was in contact with the 'aliens', she would get a buzzing sound in her left ear "to indicate that they were 'on the line'." While this is interesting enough in itself, there was also apparent confirmation from the CIA and Naval Intelligence officers who interviewed Mrs Swan, who told of hearing these same buzzing sounds in their ears (though they did not receive any actual communication).[17] Furthermore, when the officers asked to see one of these alien spaceships, Affa (through Mrs Swan) told them to look outside — and when they went to the window, saw a circular object in the sky.

John Keel recounts the tale of Mrs Malley, who was driving home along Route 34 to Ithaca, New York, at around 7pm, when she saw a red light following her — "a disk about the size of a boxcar, with a domed top and square red and green windows…and it made a humming sound, something like the vibration of a television antenna in the wind." Describing the experience in more detail, Mrs Malley says "a white twirling beam of light flashed down from the object…and I heard the humming sound. Then I began to hear voices. They didn't sound like male or female voices but were weird, the words broken and jerky…it was like a weird chorus of several voices".

In a UFO and humanoid sighting report from 1914…

…the witness was at a local trash dump looking for old discards when he suddenly heard a "musical" humming sound. Turning around he then saw a strange craft hovering above a fence and partially above the street in front of a church. The object was gray in color with a high dome on top and a slight dome on the bottom. An opening, like two sliding doors, then appeared. Then two short figures emerged and took positions each on one side of the object, more came out until there were eight abreast. [18]

Introductory sounds are especially the case with alleged 'alien abductions', an area which has already been associated with what John Mack called "intrusions from the subtle realms." Karl Pflock described one of the original 'abduction' cases — that of Betty and Barney Hill — as being preceded by a sound described as a "buzzing vibration". Brad Steiger too has mentioned the prevalence of buzzing and 'rushing' sounds in both UFO sightings and 'entity' encounters. He also compares the sound to that heard in poltergeist activity:

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By, Greg Taylor
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A number of revelators and UFO contactees have since mentioned to me that just before the appearance of an entity they were aware of a strange buzzing sound. Witnesses of unexplained aerial phenomenon have also referred to a buzzing or rushing sound shortly before the 'flying saucer' appeared over them. I am also reminded that great deal of poltergeist activity produces a preparatory 'signal' of a buzzing, rasping, or winding noise.[19]

In their book The Unidentified, Jerome Clark and Loren Coleman also say that many contactees have reported a bee-buzzing sound that introduced and ended their encounters.

In the aforementioned book on Fatima, Heavenly Lights, Fernandes and D'Armada also recount a number of UFO/alien sightings which were preceded by a buzzing sound (often explicitly described, as at Fatima, as the 'buzzing of bees'.) John Keel also notes the variety of noises heard, in his book Operation Trojan Horse. He points out that the well-known 'high strangeness' case of Joe Simonton consisted of 'humming' sounds and the sound of 'wet tyres on pavement'.

Jacques Vallee has been perhaps the most instrumental in focusing ufological research on the fact that there are significant parallels with UFO/paranormal events and folkloric tales from around the globe — suggesting that this is a phenomena intrinsically linked to human existence. We also find more examples of these same sounds…

The Good (Bad, and Ugly) Folk

Entity 'contact' experiences certainly come with their share of paranormal sounds. For instance, consider this Mothman report. Journalist Rick Moran tells how he interviewed…

…an older woman who said she had encountered Mothman in her backyard. Her property was close to the boundaries of the TNT area and, hearing a buzzing or humming sound coming from the back of her home, she went out to investigate. It was mid-afternoon, and when she opened the back door she found herself face to face with Mothman, hovering about 10 feet in front of her. Her description was detailed, suggesting something more like a machine than an animal. [20]

Consider too these other reports of entity contact: Near Croton Falls, New York, it was reported that "dwarf-like hooded beings" emerged from a shimmering circle of blue that appeared in an outcrop of rock "following a buzzing sound." [21] In a humanoid entity report from 1975, "Angelica Barrigon Varela and co-worker Remedios Diez were on their way to work at a local factory along the wall that divided the railroad tracks and the street when they heard a loud buzzing sound coming from the area of the tracks. Looking in that direction they beheld a bizarre creature floating and balancing itself above the railroad tracks. It appeared to be wearing a monk-like smock or coat, dark green in color that emitted intermediate flashes of light under the light rain." [22]

Another strange phenomenon which features 'entity contact' is 'Old Hag' syndrome (also known as 'Night Terrors' and by other names around the world). These reports, in which an experiencer feels that someone is in the room with them, perhaps even on them, and has a terrible feeling of dread, have been related to the condition of 'recurrent sleep paralysis.' This too is introduced by the same certain sounds:

A buzzing/ringing/roaring/whistling/hissing/high-pitched screeching sound in the ears sets in and becomes louder and louder to the point of becoming unbearable.[23]

In the 17th century writings of the demonologist Fr. Sinistrari, we find this example of entity contact which happened to a young lady:

During the following night, while she was in bed with her husband and both were asleep, she found herself awakened by an extremely fine voice, somewhat like a high-pitched whistling sound. It was softly saying in her ear some very clear words: 'How did you like the cake?' In fear, our good lady began to use the sign of the cross and to invoke in succession the names of Jesus and Mary. [24]

Turning our attention to the British Isles, there are a number of similar cases, and one particular (relatively) modern tale which may have profound significance for our investigation.

In Fortean Times # 31 we find the curious case of the "Wollaton Park Fairies", which occurred in Nottingham at the end of October 1979:

Several children returning home after playing, heard a sound like a bell and saw coming out of the wooded area about 60 little gnome like men with wrinkled faces and long white beards, they were about 2-foot tall and were riding small bubble-like vehicles. The beings rode over the swamps near the lake and some chased the children towards the gate of the park. Some of the humanoids wore red hats and green pants and seem to be laughing in a peculiar way. The children ran from the area.

Furthermore, in describing the Wollaton fairy event, Janet Bord adds this seemingly innocuous footnote, based on its similarities to the Wollaton sighting:

Over six years before the Wollaton fairies were reported in the media, I had corresponded with Marina Fry of Cornwall, who wrote to me giving details of her own fairy sighting when she was nearly four years old, around 1940. One night she and her older sisters, all sleeping in one bedroom, awoke to hear a buzzing noise (one sister said 'music and bells'). Looking out of the window they saw a little man in a tiny red car driving around in circles'. He was about 18 inches tall and had a white beard and a 'droopy pointed hat '…he just disappeared after a while.[25]

This sighting stands out particularly because of the detail that one sister heard a different sound. Different, but still part of the subset which we have been examining (and in view of this, adds some legitimacy to the story). This has the curious effect of making the sounds a 'subjective' experience (due to different perceptions of it), while seemingly coming from an objective source (as a number of people all heard a sound). Further to that, why did the sisters see the same thing, if it was a subjective experience? Interestingly, there are other accounts of groups of people subjectively hearing 'paranormal' noises, which are not to do with 'entity' contact. They are to do with death.

The Circle is Complete

In his books A Casebook of Otherworldly Music and A Psychic Study of the Music of the Spheres (both available from Anomalist Books[26]), D. Scott Rogo recounts a number of situations which have a similarity to the fairy story above — in that the sound (in this case, music), is heard subjectively. Perhaps one of the most interesting is the tale of the final hours of the German philosopher, Wolfgang Goethe.

Rogo tells how two hours before Goethe's death, the great German writer was visited for the final time by a 'Countess V.', who upon entering the house was dismayed to hear music being played at such a somber time. However, the music was not actually coming from anyone in the house:

"So you have heard it too?" replied Frau von Goethe. "It's inexplicable! Since dawn yesterday, a mysterious music has resounded from time to time, getting into our ears, our hearts, our bones." At this very instant there resounded from above, as if they came from a higher world, sweet and prolonged chords of music which weakened little by little until they faded away."

However, the account tells how each person hearing the music disagreed with another on what it consisted of. The Countess described it as "a quartet playing fragments of music some way off", Frau von Goethe "the sound of a piano, clear and close by", while others heard "an organ, for the other a choral chant" and another a concertina.

There is a similar account in Sir William Barrett's Death-Bed Visions, in which a husband and wife heard music/singing at the time of death (of the wife's brother):

Mrs. Allen says the sounds she heard resembled singing — sweet music without distinguishable words — that she went upstairs directly she heard the music, which continued until she reached the bedroom. Mr. Allen's impression is that the sound resembled the full notes of an organ or of an aeolian harp.

Rogo's keen eye also recognized another similar example, though this time in the annals of mediumship. D.D. Home, one of the first mediums to be scientifically tested — and one of the 'stars' of the history of mediumship — was said to have encountered 'psychic music' throughout his life. One case in particular parallels the anecdotes we have mentioned above, and is recorded in Lord Adair's book Experiences in Spiritualism with D.D. Home:

Almost immediately after we had gone to bed and put the lights out, we both heard the music…Home said that the music formed words; that, in fact, it was a voice speaking and not instrumental music. I could hear nothing but the chords like an organ or harmonium played at a distance.

Lord Adair's account sounds extremely similar to the accounts of Mohammed, and Lucia at Fatima. Mohammed heard Gabriel's words 'through' the tinkling of bells, while Lucia appears to hear the Virgin Mary through a buzzing sound. It is almost as if the strength of 'signal' varies from person to person, and only those with the strongest signal get the intended message…the others get the psychic equivalent of static.

Accounts of Home's séances also mention the 'rushing of wind', with almost exactly the same results as those of the Pentecost (which I mentioned earlier):

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By, Greg Taylor
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Lindsay and Charlie saw tongues or jets of flame proceeding from Home's head. We then all distinctly heard, as it were, a bird flying round the room, whistling and chirping, but saw nothing, except Lindsay, who perceived an indistinct form resembling a bird. There then came a sound as of a great wind rushing through the room, we also felt the wind strongly; the moaning rushing sound was the most weird thing I have ever heard. Home then got up, being in a trance, and spoke something in a language that none of us understood; it may have been nonsense, but it sounded like a sentence in a foreign tongue.[27]

What are we to make of this? We have numerous 'boundary' or paranormal experiences, all which appear to consist of definite sounds (enumerated previously in mystical literature, as above). What's more, these 'sounds' appear to be subjectively perceived, but sometimes originate from some objective source, as evidenced by the group experiences.

There is some evidence to suggest that these sounds are caused by stimulation of certain parts of the brain. For instance, it is known that sufferers of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy also experience a remarkably similar set of sounds:

Simple auditory phenomena such as humming, buzzing, hissing, and roaring may occur if the discharges arise in the superior temporal gyrus; and olfactory sensations, which are usually unpleasant and difficult to define, can signal the start of seizures in the Sylvian region or ento-rhinal cortex.[28]

The comment about olfactory sensations should not go unnoticed either, considering many paranormal encounters also involve smells (from sulfurous to the sweet smell of roses). Most readers will also be familiar with the research of Dr Michael Persinger, who claims to have elicited 'entity contact'-like experiences via magnetic stimulation of the temporal lobes — in fact, Persinger's modified motorcycle helmet, fitted with magnetic induction devices, has been nicknamed 'The God Helmet'.

At face value then, it might be surmised that all of the experiences listed in this essay are simply hallucinations, created by a malfunction of the brain. But a closer examination prompts more questions. How do we explain the the 'group hearing', such as that of Fatima? Persinger would have it that some electromagnetic field was present, affecting the brains of all that were in the vicinity, although varying depending on the exposure. But then how do we explain the Wollaton fairy report, or the tale of Marina Fry, who with her sisters saw the little man in the tiny red car. In both events, the sound was heard by a group, but the same thing was also seen — and in the case of Marina Fry, we have the added complication that the sound was heard differently.

Furthermore, the reports of celestial music at the time of death — again, heard subjectively — confound the hallucination explanation, and also Persinger's EMF theory. Apart from some over-construed physicalist explanation (describing a state of group catalepsy or similar), there is a real possibility here that the explanation we must face is that there is another facet to the death experience (and also, obviously, to paranormal events in life) which is thus far unexplainable.

Such experiences lend weight to the idea that the brain is certainly involved in these border phenomena, but that it is mediating or receiving the experience, rather than creating it (as a hallucination). If so, we are faced with a real mystery — what is the origin of these various phenomena? Whatever it is, it appears to be connected to everything from UFOs and mystical experiences, right through to our fate after death. We would do well to pay more attention to the crossovers between the various branches of paranormal research in future.

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hi ac.this is huge.i did not fininish reading it yet but i will. sounds like the scientist i use to listen to when i worked at the science museum& planitarium in west palm beach,simply put i use to tell him to please speak english. laugh
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« Reply #5 on: Feb 11th, 2008, 10:43am »

on Feb 11th, 2008, 10:38am, choosen wrote:
hi whats upalien-contactee. i found this read today and this therypist explains what i feel think as my aproach to alien visits contacts and abductionsall that i have said would have to be put together whenwww.barbaralambtft.com,says it all at once. cool

Choosen, could you reiterate what you mean and www.barbaralambtft.com doesn't seem to be a correct address.
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on Feb 11th, 2008, 10:43am, alien_contactee wrote:
Choosen, could you reiterate what you mean and www.barbaralambtft.com doesn't seem to be a correct address.
correction;www.alienabductionhelp.com click on articles, then lamb,barbara(2007)extra-terrestrial contact experiences.try that.
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just a little persoal knote on why i dont post much.i dont write so good and dont have the best written grammer ect.this is the main reason,which is when i have visits late nite by et,s whitch are from the group of greys at times it gets scary.the more i am tring to overstand why do they come to me the more they come.not that when i stay away from ufo and alien web pages that stops themas any abductee knows they come at will at any time. also the sounds in my ear gets so high pitched at times from one ear right tru to the next, loud inside irretible and nerve reconning.yet they et the last couple of visits was not so scary but nervous like always,i dont want them to go away.cause i want to talk with them face to face and get a up close and personal picture and for them to explain what it is they showed me andor what it is they do inside of me,i cant leave out their magic,such as materilizing tru glass concrete with me or them alone.cool.also somthing have keep me puzzled how that ship i was in back in 1996 ,the inside of the ship was made like slabs of stone like stone henge or the pymids,the sounds inside was traquile the air was perfect inside the color was aqua lit like a haze to tall mantis like ets aqua color with a smile. they both spoke telepathicaly where i understood,and this is what they said(he is not going to want to leave) and that was just my thoughs.they put me back home.i got up from what seem to take place for ,best explained was hours.yet i had laid down for only about an hour,how i know this was not a dream i was in afull sweat and very hungry not that way anormal person wkes up from sleep.and besides i started cooking food,shortly after my older brother and a friend knocked on the door surprised to see me up and cooking and i know that i told my brother what i just exsperienced.he thought i was nuts.i have written about this on ufo case book i am 50 and have had many things to happen and they get confussing sometimes i leave things out ect,yet i have been able for my self seperate ellusions confussions from reality in thease events,and some times i have fooled my self only to stop and think to myself that it was not et.thank you all for your kind attention,and if you have read this before skip it. wink
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on Feb 28th, 2008, 5:56pm, choosen wrote:
just a little persoal knote on why i dont post much.i dont write so good and dont have the best written grammer ect.

Choosen, that's why I said you should get Firefox. It's a free browser but better yet, it shows you your mistakes whether it's spelling or punctuation and corrects them for you - that is if it bothers you that much.

I just now took a screen print of your post in the quote mode. See the red lines under some of the words below, that's Firefox telling you that they are probably spelled wrong. Well, except for "overstand" because we know that's your special word. lol

By just "right clicking" the red line, a choice of words come up and you pick the correct one and click it and Firefox changes the word to the correct spelling.

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Your experiences are special and I would hate to see you post less just because you didn't feel comfortable writing.

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also the sounds in my ear gets so high pitched at times from one ear right through to the next, loud inside irretible and nerve reconning.yet they et the last couple of visits was not so scary but nervous like always,i dont want them to go away.


You feel "lit up" don't you like someone is running an electrical current though you ever so slightly but enough to cause great irritability. Been there.

As far as you not wanting them to go away, you need to rethink that. If you're not feeling right (100%) then that's not good.

Here is Firefox's address. Don't be confused, the actual company name is Mozilla.
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/

Lets work on it anyway.

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thank you very much.i just saw this,a few days ago i was loading firefox.for real.and had all the same thoughts that you wrote. hey its like i can hear you and many others when they are typing a thought in referance to a post i have posted,and the computor is off this is on many accasions.trust me i can hear that actual voice at the time sleep or a waken out of town or doing something what ever,i pick up the message come log on or respone right then if not later strange.
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how am i doing with fire fox.sophisticated.been wanting to spell that word without looking at a dictionary for the longest.maybe i am just hard headed and want check words and know they are spelled wrong.not no more,you told me to do this months back. grin grin grin grin grin
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how am i doing with fire fox.sophisticated.been wanting to spell that word without looking at a dictionary for the longest.maybe i am just hard headed and want check words and know they are spelled wrong.not no more,you told me to do this months back. grin grin grin grin grin


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March 15, 2008


Lately I’ve been hearing voices. Again. In particular, I hear my name called. I’ve experienced this before many times in my paranormal life, but not for a long time. Recently I’ve been hearing my name being called all this past week.

Naturally enough many think this is a sign you’re nuts. Or suffering from sort of unease like stress or being over tired.

But for those of us who accept that there are spirits and guides and all kinds of things unseen but very real, this isn’t surprising. It’s no coincidence at all that I’ve been working very deeply with meditation and crystals. One of the things I’ve been asking for/working with are my guides. Hearing them call my name -- for that’s what I believe it to be -- is a sign they’ve heard me, and are responding.

(Usual disclaimer: yes, I know this sounds incredibly New Agey dahlings, but you know what? I just don’t care.)

I don’t hear the name inside my head; it’s definitely outside -- and a bit above -- like at ear level, but from a distance. That’s not to say it sounds weak or vague; it’s very specific.

Another thing that happened to me the other night is a nosebleed. Children get them all the time; I did when I was a kid. (And abductees!) I can’t remember the last time I had one. But here I am, finding myself awake at five in the morning, with a huge nosebleed. It was weird. There’s a perfectly reasonable explanation: allergies, no doubt.

The pollen count in my area is very high (in fact, I live in the Willamette Valley, also called “the valley of sickness’ because it’s among the worst for allergy and asthma sufferers, like me.) (Please don’t ask why I still live here, it’s a sore subject. Suffice to say I hate it here and hopefully will be leaving soon. But I digress. . . .) And yet I couldn’t help but wonder, when I tried not to freak out too much about the blood, that it had something to do with all this recent crystal and meditation activity.

For myself, I’ve had very powerful things happen when i work with stones and crystals, and that’s partly why I stopped a few years ago. That, and my ADD has helped to make me notoriously inconsistent with just about everything in my life. But for some reason, I’ve been hearing the call to get back to work -- it’s an urge, a very strong pull, that has caused me to get back to this. Almost as if I have nothing to do with it. This pull came to me after I’d been thinking on why I write about UFOs and related phenomena in the first place. It’s as if a shift has occurred; a new direction in this process.

I just know it’s important, whatever it is, and I’m looking forward to learning and sharing what I find. It’s possible all of this has something to do with my upcoming birthday, and a shift into a new stage regarding my age -- (uh oh, entering Shirley MacLaine terrority!)

During this past week, it’s not just my name being called, it’s my name in general that's floated around in the ether. Regan Lee isn’t a usual, common name, but it isn’t all that unheard of either. Years ago I did a Google search on myself (hey, admit it, you do it too!) and found that there were five Regan Lee’s in Texas. (hmmm...)

This week, I received an e-mail from a local group I joined that was slow in responding, because they thought I was the “Regan Lee that lived in Elktown” (a made up name, I’m not using the name of the real town to protect this person) which is roughly thirty miles from where I live. There’s another Regan Lee living right here in my area. It’s a reminder of something; probably to not take myself so seriously!

You can find Regan Lee at the following locations.

Source: Tricksters Realm
http://www.binnallofamerica.com/tr3.14.8.html

R.Lee's Blog : The Orange Orb
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hey whats up AC.happy early birthday.you wrote perfectly about what i meant to people whom dont overstand the meaning why some of us hear voices,point blank they we are ill in some kind of way,we know better.oh just as i started to type ranging in my right ear, been their all week. i have stones also,i have not pulled a stone in about six months.when i read this,todays post i felt it my duty to come back up your experices,cause ours are so simaler. the guide book to my stones is called,THE BOOK OF URIM AND THUMMIM.
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on Mar 16th, 2008, 4:37pm, choosen wrote:
hey whats up AC.happy early birthday.you wrote perfectly about what i meant to people whom dont overstand the meaning why some of us hear voices,point blank they we are ill in some kind of way,we know better.oh just as i started to type ranging in my right ear, been their all week. i have stones also,i have not pulled a stone in about six months.when i read this,todays post i felt it my duty to come back up your experices,cause ours are so simaler. the guide book to my stones is called,THE BOOK OF URIM AND THUMMIM.


Choosen, I am very, very familiar with the Book of Urim and Thummim. One of Joseph Smith's 'MANY' grandchildren was an acquaintance of mine when I lived in California. Small world we live in.
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