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#1    Shadow Huntress

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 02:25 AM

Ok- I was reading about PSI balls and got VERRRRY interested in them. I tried making one, and I think it worked 'coz I could see all these tiny white...i dunno they were almost like dust particles zapping around. Anyway, I couldn't make a ball, but I put my thumb between my clasped hands and made a silver/white 'thread' almost like a spiders web- totally awsome. It bent in and out and wouldn't do what I wanted it to do. Was it some kind of PSI spider web? Any tips on making a coloured PSI 'form'? No skeptical comments PLEEEASE!, 'coz if I onyl had a camera you would see I'm not bull****ing.  

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 11:14 AM

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if I onyl had a camera you would see I'm not bull****ing

So, get a camera.

But while you are waiting, everyone who can see can see little white grains floating around. I can also "fill" the gap between my thumb and forefinger, when they are held against a uniform off-white background, but nothing thread-like. Then again, I didn't try very hard.

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 11:48 AM

Shadow Huntress on Mar 9 2008, 02:25 AM, said:

No skeptical comments PLEEEASE!



I'm afraid that is not up to you to decide.  Whilst I'm aware of this term being overused, there's this thing called "Free Speech" on a public forum.

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 01:17 PM

Oh, Papaver, she said please. Well, PLEEEASE, but close enough, and more than we usually get from those who don't want to hear what they already know is true.

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 02:30 PM

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Ok- I was reading about PSI balls and got VERRRRY interested in them. I tried making one, and I think it worked 'coz I could see all these tiny white...i dunno they were almost like dust particles zapping around. Anyway, I couldn't make a ball, but I put my thumb between my clasped hands and made a silver/white 'thread' almost like a spiders web- totally awsome. It bent in and out and wouldn't do what I wanted it to do. Was it some kind of PSI spider web? Any tips on making a coloured PSI 'form'? No skeptical comments PLEEEASE!, 'coz if I onyl had a camera you would see I'm not bull****ing.


I got the same results when I began to successfully take the first steps in making psi balls. I can pretty much conjure one in half a second, albeit weak, but still a psi ball, nonetheless.

Yes, the silver threading and those white particles are a positive sign. Not sure if you know yet, but you can, with the proper mental pattern, create it in different colors, sizes and masses, and moreover create them powerful enough to cause heat blisters on your hands. And if you get skilled enough, you can give a degree of programmed sentience to the psi balls, sending them on a particular task with a particular detail in mind. For instance... finding someone. The ball could find someone of note for you. Take it another step further, and the psi ball could not only find that person for you, but tell you their current emotional state. Take it another step further, and the psi ball will do that and perhaps extract a piece of readied knowledge by the receiver of the psi ball before returning to its owner and handing the information to that person; a way of telepathy, if you will. Take it another step further, and you might just make the ball take a human form, appearing before the receiver and doing all I noted above while additionally handing the receiver some info that you want to tell them of. It's entirely possible.

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Posted 09 March 2008 - 04:58 PM

Shadow Huntress on Mar 8 2008, 09:25 PM, said:

Ok- I was reading about PSI balls and got VERRRRY interested in them. I tried making one, and I think it worked 'coz I could see all these tiny white...i dunno they were almost like dust particles zapping around. Anyway, I couldn't make a ball, but I put my thumb between my clasped hands and made a silver/white 'thread' almost like a spiders web- totally awsome. It bent in and out and wouldn't do what I wanted it to do. Was it some kind of PSI spider web? Any tips on making a coloured PSI 'form'? No skeptical comments PLEEEASE!, 'coz if I onyl had a camera you would see I'm not bull****ing.  

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 04:16 AM

Ya great. Where to start?


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Posted 10 March 2008 - 10:49 AM

Electrokinesis is me on Mar 9 2008, 10:16 PM, said:

Ya great. Where to start?


By going to see a psychiatrist?

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 12:18 PM

AtheistGod on Mar 10 2008, 06:49 AM, said:

By going to see a psychiatrist?


Alright, let's cool off. There's no need to carry the other debate into this thread.


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Posted 10 March 2008 - 06:55 PM

Ha, yea, blled is right...We had like a 15 page long thread on this before...No need to try now...And whoever started this PM me, I can give you tips...

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 09:46 AM

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By going to see a psychiatrist?


It's OK- I saw a pyschiatrist for a few years previously, so we all know I'm not crazy (well I do, you may not believe I actually saw him- Dr. Wakefield is his name, if you want to research him- don't know how lucky you'd be, though)

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 03:41 PM

Woooooooooooooooooow...that sounds really cool.  When i make psi balls, i can't see them, i can only feel them, which makes me seem a bit crazy, but i don't mind, i doubt i'll ever meet you guys so i don't mind taking abuse.

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 04:16 PM

Shadow Huntress on Mar 9 2008, 02:25 AM, said:

tried making one, and I think it worked 'coz I could see all these tiny white...i dunno they were almost like dust particles zapping around.

My point is probably just going to be brushed to the side by believers, but do you see these same tiny white "dust particles" flying around when you stand outside and look at a bright sky?

What you describe sounds very reminiscent of what is called blue field entoptic phenomenon (or Scheerer's phenomenon).  How do I know about this wacky stuff?  I've suffered from chronic migraines for close to four years now and I see this stuff all over the place--outside, inside, lighted environments, dark environments.

The little white specks are the white blood cells traveling over the surface of your eye.  Honestly, if you are focusing on a single area of space for a long period of time, your vision will defocus after awhile.  Some people are more susceptible to seeing this stuff, as I am.

I don't normally quote Wiki, but their description is concise:

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The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon is the appearance of tiny bright dots moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into blue light (such as the sky).[1] This is a normal effect that can be perceived by almost everybody. The dots are due to the white blood cells that move in the capillaries in front of the retina of the eye, near the macula.[2]

Blue light (optimal wavelength: 430 nm) is well absorbed by the red blood cells that fill the capillaries. The brain "edits out" the dark lines that would result from this absorption. The white blood cells, which are much rarer than the red ones and do not absorb the blue light well, create gaps in the blood column, and these gaps appear as bright dots. They won't appear at the very center of the visual field, because there are no blood vessels in the fovea. The effect is rather weak, and many people don't notice it at all. It is strongest when looking at a smooth blue surface.


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Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:01 PM

Are these things related to something that I see myself that I beleive are called "Floaters"?

They are tissue particles actually floating around inside the eyeball.  I can spot them best when looking at a bright uniform colour like the sky or a white wall.  They appear as strands or little bubbles.  Sometimes they shoot around when I move my eyes.  

I'm sure this is what many people are seeing when they are staring at their balls.  (LOL)

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:05 PM

Here's a description of how they usually appear to people and what they are all about.

Floaters aren't noticeable all the time. When your eye is still or you are gazing into space, you may see them drift slowly across your vision. When you move your eye to look in different directions, floaters tend to move quickly. They don't follow your eye movement precisely and seem to dart away as you try to look at them.

Floaters may appear as dots, circles, lines, cobwebs or other shapes. They are usually grey and semi-transparent. Most floaters are small and quickly move out of your field of vision.



Here is a link to the British National Health Service websibe with an article on them.

http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/articles/artic...amp;sectionId=1






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