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#16    JGirl

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 06:30 PM

i can hear my cell phone in the house when i'm outside. i can also hear a woman eating custard in banff. ok no i can't hear the woman eating custard, but i do have a great sense of hearing, and i think that is all that is going on with the OP.


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Posted 20 January 2011 - 08:10 PM

Man, you guys are sharp!  I've never even heard of Phantom Vibration Syndrome.  I've heard of Phantom Limb Syndrome but not with vibrationss.  EMF discharges?  I wonder if there is something in my room that is also receiving the signal?  I do have some old phones in my room but they are for another carrier and deactivated and more than likely out of charge.  

Chad, Nurhak, Melanie and Mentalcase, when a vibration occurs, do you all find your phones in a completely different location?  It's so weird when that happens.  Just curious...

I've done that before with my wallet also.  Does that really cause nerve damage?


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Posted 20 January 2011 - 08:35 PM

JGirl, I really hope that is the case, however, I've heard my cellphone vibrating and the sound emanating from my backpack (where I usually keep it) but then upon searching, its not there.  I will get my house phone and call the cell number and not hear anything within the house.  Upon searching my car, which was in the garage behind 2 doors, there it will be with 2 missed calls:  mine and whoever called me prior to my search.  

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 12:57 AM

It's very similar to what happened to me the other day, was out and my cell phone was at home, unbeknown to me someone was calling me and my leg vibrated just as if a phone was there in the usual right hand pocket I keep it in, I checked my pocket and no phone, and 5 mins later the caller met me and confirmed they had called around that time.

Then my leg continued to vibrate in 9, 7 and 5 sec bursts, until it eventually increased after about 8 hours to constant vibration. When it ended that leg was exhausted completely, so much so I could barely walk with it.

Incidentally I never use the vibrate feature and never have on any phone.


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Posted 02 March 2011 - 01:14 AM

As much as I don't see it as 'psychic' I always tend to check or unlock my phone a second or so before I get a text, admittedly not always but I have a habit of doing it. Now, I wonder if this could be due to myself being in-tune with the text-reply turnaround time with my friends or perhaps humans can be sensitive to electro-magnetic signals if exposed enough to them (like if you're used to ducking your head when entering a room - I realise this is a poor example but it's quite late in merry old England).

If anyone could shed some light I'd be very grateful

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 06:22 PM

View PostMantis914, on 20 December 2010 - 07:41 PM, said:

I've had something happen a few times that was really kind of strange.  A few times I've been reading or listening to the radio in my study which is across the house from my bedroom (approx. 40-50' away with 2 blind turns) and I hear my cellphone go off like it's in the study with me and also like its set on vibrate but muffled.  It always startles me and when I get up to look for my phone, it's never in the room with me but usually in my bedroom and set to ring at a low level not vibrate (I hardly ever use the vibration setting).  I'd have to say the strangest time was when I went on my quest to find my phone after hearing it in my study and it turned out the phone was in my car parked in my garage so it would be very difficult to hear it from there.  The phone isn't anything special just an ordinary Razr.  I don't use bluetooth or anything like that.  I would say I am imagining it but everytime I hear that sound and retrieve my phone, there really is a missed call there or a voicemail.  For voicemail, I have it set to beep a few times not vibrate.  Anybody else have something strange like this happen with your phones out there?

Something similar has happened to me many times. I will be thinking about someone then they will call right away and it would be the person I was thinking about. Also sometimes I will hear my phone ring but when I check no one called BUT really soon after I hear my "false" phone ring it actually rings. Weird stuff. I can't explain it either.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 07:51 PM

I don't know if anyone else has experienced this, but it seems like I know that certain people are calling me before my phone ever rings.  It only seems to happen with people i am close to, or talk to a lot on the phone.  It isn't even like i really know that they are calling, more like a thought popping into my head like "i wonder when mom is going to call", then 3 seconds later my mom will call.  Seems pretty hard to grasp, but it has happened way too many times now for it to be a coincidence  (or i should start buying lottery tickets). Does anyone know of any research that has been done on this subject?  Maybe our brains are learning how to comprehend wireless signals on their own.  Who knows, we may not need the phones in another 50 years, just communicate through the towers with our brains by putting a sensor on your head with a sim card in it.

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:45 AM

I wonder if it is possible that you subconsiously recognized the frequencies and what happens when your phone rings enough times that even when you aren't near your phone you recognize that it ringing is what those frequencies mean.  Almost like a subconscious pavlovian response?  Even if your phone isn't in the same room, the waves it operates on permeate all airspace, so you'd still be exposed to those incoming frequencies and recognizing them.

That's my best explanation :)

I've had the phantom vibration thing too, and I've opened my phone just as a text or email comes in.  Those last two could be attributed to a connection with the person sending as well.

There was also that one time back when I had an answering machine that I heard a message from my best friend that said "Hi Amber, Call me back I need to talk to you" and I immediately knew she was pregnant, though it wasn't something I would've been expecting to happen.

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 05:23 PM

View Postkarmakazi, on 16 February 2012 - 03:45 AM, said:

I wonder if it is possible that you subconsiously recognized the frequencies and what happens when your phone rings enough times that even when you aren't near your phone you recognize that it ringing is what those frequencies mean.  Almost like a subconscious pavlovian response?  Even if your phone isn't in the same room, the waves it operates on permeate all airspace, so you'd still be exposed to those incoming frequencies and recognizing them.

That's my best explanation :)

I've had the phantom vibration thing too, and I've opened my phone just as a text or email comes in.  Those last two could be attributed to a connection with the person sending as well.

There was also that one time back when I had an answering machine that I heard a message from my best friend that said "Hi Amber, Call me back I need to talk to you" and I immediately knew she was pregnant, though it wasn't something I would've been expecting to happen.

That's an interesting theory!  Who knows just how much wireless phones are really affecting us and how we are adapting to them.  For the record, some people really aren't adapting well to them especially in traffic.  I really believe (all) people have a sense that we are yet not aware of or can't access yet due to our natural skepticism.  I've seen many times when a song is mentioned in a conversation and then, wow, its the next song played on the radio (not popular songs either!) and also many things also like sensing impending doom or even like the other thread of the sense of being watched.

It's funny you mention Pavlov, I wonder if that would curb people of cell phone use if every time it rang that they started slobbering... :P


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Posted 17 February 2012 - 01:55 PM

View PostMantis914, on 16 February 2012 - 05:23 PM, said:

That's an interesting theory!  Who knows just how much wireless phones are really affecting us and how we are adapting to them.  For the record, some people really aren't adapting well to them especially in traffic.  I really believe (all) people have a sense that we are yet not aware of or can't access yet due to our natural skepticism.  I've seen many times when a song is mentioned in a conversation and then, wow, its the next song played on the radio (not popular songs either!) and also many things also like sensing impending doom or even like the other thread of the sense of being watched.

It's funny you mention Pavlov, I wonder if that would curb people of cell phone use if every time it rang that they started slobbering... :P

I've had so many instances where I expect a certain song to come on the radio next and it does :)  That's always fun, especially if it's a song I wanted to hear!  I think we have senses that we're not entirely aware of too.  It might even be something that can eventually be explained, like our more recent knowledge of pheromones and how they allow us to detect fear from others, among other things.


It would be pretty funny if cell phones started making us all slobber... hah!

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 06:13 PM

View Postkarmakazi, on 16 February 2012 - 03:45 AM, said:

I wonder if it is possible that you subconsiously recognized the frequencies and what happens when your phone rings enough times that even when you aren't near your phone you recognize that it ringing is what those frequencies mean.  Almost like a subconscious pavlovian response?  Even if your phone isn't in the same room, the waves it operates on permeate all airspace, so you'd still be exposed to those incoming frequencies and recognizing them.

That's my best explanation :)

We don't know half of what our brain can do.  Your theory sounds plausible.

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Posted 23 February 2012 - 08:38 AM

View PostMantis914, on 20 December 2010 - 07:41 PM, said:

I've had something happen a few times that was really kind of strange.  A few times I've been reading or listening to the radio in my study which is across the house from my bedroom (approx. 40-50' away with 2 blind turns) and I hear my cellphone go off like it's in the study with me and also like its set on vibrate but muffled.  It always startles me and when I get up to look for my phone, it's never in the room with me but usually in my bedroom and set to ring at a low level not vibrate (I hardly ever use the vibration setting).  I'd have to say the strangest time was when I went on my quest to find my phone after hearing it in my study and it turned out the phone was in my car parked in my garage so it would be very difficult to hear it from there.  The phone isn't anything special just an ordinary Razr.  I don't use bluetooth or anything like that.  I would say I am imagining it but everytime I hear that sound and retrieve my phone, there really is a missed call there or a voicemail.  For voicemail, I have it set to beep a few times not vibrate.  Anybody else have something strange like this happen with your phones out there?

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 03:12 AM

it happens to me sometimes. i can be outside and my phone is inside and on silent. ill suddenly think that ive received a message and go check and theres on there.  other times i can just get the feeling im about to get a message, look at my phone and a few seconds later one will come through. and not because of any static noises coming through the tv or stereo or anything like that. ive often thought about it and think its pretty weird


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Posted 27 October 2012 - 03:48 PM

View Post04736, on 02 January 2011 - 02:12 PM, said:

I've also heard of people knowing their cellphones would ring a couple seconds before they did - maybe we're a lot more sensitive to electromagnetic radiation than we think?

That's happened to me literally on countless occasions ..

Even when I'm fast asleep during the night .. I somehow manage to wake up, and my phone will start ringing or vibrating after 2-3 seconds .. It happens quite a lot, to the point I don't even find it weird anymore ..

I too don't think am psychic or anything like that .. I'm sure it has to do with the brain picking up the phone's radiowaves or something ..

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