This electric buzz you hear in the air. It almost makes your hair on your arms stand straight up…At least that is what it does to my nerves. ha-ha. When I speak of electric buzzing, what do you think of? Automatically, I think of fluorescent lights because of my story:
My father has these fluorescent lights in his living room of his house. The house can be so quiet until you turn the light switch on. It’s this persistent buzzing. It stops eventually, only for a few minutes, then back to buzzing it goes. How does one who deals with auditory triggers deal with this nuisance of a noise? When I grew up in the house, it did bother me, but i guess i was used to it.
After moving out on my own for several years, after i had my first child, that’s when it just began to drive me up the wall. The funny thing is, he talked to an electrician about it. He said, there was nothing he could do. I told my father he needed to get a second opinion. He said i was being obsessive about the noise in general. I guess because I never complained about it when i lived in the house. It turned out this house built in the 1970’s, needed all new wiring on the east side of the house. Why just
the east side? There was a persistent problem in the living room where the fluorescent lights were located. The wiring issues started in the living room, but I asked my dad again. Why just the east side? He said he didn’t know, but the problem was fixed. My question is: Is there something they are NOT telling us?
So, I did some research. This is known as “dirty” electricity. AND… there are studies of it having a negative impact on one’s health. So, those frequent head aches you get, or that stomach nausea that you have not pin pointed yet. It maybe, Dirty Electricity. There are also more conspiracies on this topic, which I will not delve into, but here’s the deal. You can NOT see electricity, but you can HEAR it?!? This to me is terrifying! One story, spoke of a woman walking her dog in the park. She thought her dog had a heart attack or seizure. So, she leaned down to check on her dog. A jolt of electricity shocked her when she put her hand in her dog’s mouth! So, does that mean the grid is leaking? What the hell man! Again, my point is, you can’t see electricity! Does this make you want to live off the grid? Yea, maybe, but here’s the thing even if you are “off the grid”? Can you still be affected by the grid?
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