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  • Posted By: iedizzy
  • February 19, 2008
  • 09:01 AM

5 yrs ago while high on cocaine and no sleep for 2 days. i got into a arguement with my boyfriend and went to a hotel. not long after
in a room below me, i heard his voice and the voices of 2 other people.
i heard him discussing the arguement we had to them, laughing.
i heard when they left out, the car pulling out, i even saw the car.
the following morning upon checking out i thought i saw him sitting in the front seat the girl he was with and another guy in the back seat. i have never experience this type of hullucinations before when i once use to use drugs. he and still to this day said it was in my mind becouse of the drugs.
could something like this be possible to even see what the other people look like. people i've never seen before.

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  • If I'm understanding you correctly, you are saying that you 'saw' people and could describe them in your mind, but never truly met them to be able to describe them, and also 'heard' their voices, even though you were not close enough to hear them? If you had told me this even two years ago, I would have thought you were nuts, but I have severe electrosensitivities, and I once saw something that I shouldn't have been able to see. I would recommend "A Touch of Hope" by Dean Kraft - excellent excellent book. Some people have a gift, and though mine is not fully developed, it's quite possible yours is (or the cocaine helped you). Ironically, the author, a healer who has been studied by some pretty major universities, describes symptoms of electrosensitivity in his book. Here's some info on electrosensitivity. Do you have Microwave/EMR Sickness? http://f1.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/MLqvR8GaZldTPvsXLf1-4gU0LwqA1kYRuSE-VAw9XhO62B0j6NAn2yQVmBOGEPMVURb8vJp8xVS8z1HsPHE-w4wlPRYN6b3JvQ/Do%20You%20Have%20Microwave%20Sickness.pdf Electrical Sensitivity & Hypersensitivity: http://www.ei-resource.org/illness-information/related-conditions/electrical-sensitivity-&-hypersensitivity/ Like I said, normally I would think you were nuts, but my experience with ES has made me more open to the possibility that there's more to life than what we think there is. You'll love the book.the 3 people i saw, 2 i don't know but the other was my boyfriend and i was able to hear the most part of their conversation becouse they weredirectly below me in the room. i even heard my boyfriend discussingthe arguement that we had that afternoon to them. or so i thought. so confused on this and if this is possible for something like this to happen
    iedizzy 1 Replies
    • February 20, 2008
    • 11:18 AM
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  • ...... ok so you were up for 2 days straight? sounds like REM rebound. That's when you dont sleep (or dont get anough REM(dreaming sleep), so you actually starthhallucinating. It just depends on how sensitive you are to sleep deprivation i suppose.... PS: the coke might not have helped either.:p
    Sarah Lynn 2 Replies
    • February 22, 2008
    • 10:50 PM
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  • I don't consider drug induced hallucinations a gift at all. It is what it is...a drug induced, very dangerous hallucination. When people do drugs, they spin into a lower level of consicousness, where deviant spirits who have not risen up to the light roam...it's dangerous and a place you don't need to choose to go to..
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • February 23, 2008
    • 03:07 AM
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