An Electromagnetic Theory Of The Paranormal
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the fitzgerald files
an electromagnetic theory of the paranormal
dateline: friday, december 17, 2004
by: by randall fitzgeraldby: phenomena senior editor
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we humans live in a thick, invisible smog of electromagnetic (em) field
pollution produced by radio and television transmitters, computers,
telecommunication towers, and power lines.
these artificial fields are in turn enhanced by the earth?s own natural
geomagnetic and geoelectrical fields created by geological faults, atmospheric
disturbances, and lightning, and by our sun?s geomagnetic storm influences. the
intersection of these artificial and natural fields may well coalesce into ?hot
spots? that can affect human physiology, especially the brain.
british scientists have accumulated evidence that these hot spots, or rogue
electromagnetic fields, can induce some em sensitive people to hallucinate the
appearance of angels, aliens, ghosts, and a range of other visionary
perceptions. such electrically driven visions and mystical experiences might the
a direct result of electrical currents in the body being translated into images
in the visual cortex of the brain.
electromagnetic hypersensitivity has been found to be enhanced for persons who
have previously been in close proximity to lightning strikes, ball lightning, or
who have suffered electrocution. the resulting symptoms for these people include
food allergies and chemical sensitivities. it is important to note these are the
same symptoms reported by many experiencers in the aftermath of what they report
as angel or alien encounters.
frequent and prolonged irradiation of the brain by em fields has been medically
shown to induce a range of seemingly paranormal effects, including a sense of
?missing time,? trance states, vivid visual halluciantions, paralysis, deja vu,
sudden and intense fear, and feelings of an invisible presence and of being
watched. it is probably no coincidence that combinations of some or all of these
effects are reported by persons experiencing angels, alien, and poltergeist
encounters. electrical stimulation of the brain?s language centers can also
produce disembodied voices that intrude into the experiencer?s thoughts as if
from an external entity.
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