Gang-stalkers have been known to use a variety of different equipment and methods from EMF to Soundwaves. But Soundwaves themselves are often overlooked in favour of EMF being their primary method. But what if they are using more soundwave based technology instead to cause the following effects.
(This method would be primarily useful for community based stalking or small groups. It’s every day available technology that anyone could learn to use and operate. If learnt or self studied).
Sound can cause the following symptoms:
– Sudden unnatural chills across your back
– Muscles randomly twitching, jumping or feeling the need to move the muscle itself? Like restless leg syndrome.
– Feel a sudden strong pressure around you
– Sharp ear stinging
– Sleep disturbances
– Whole-body vibrations
– Localised tight head pain
“Saccular acoustic sensitivity is a measurement of the ear’s affectability to sound. The saccule’s normal function is to keep the body balanced, but it is believed to have some hearing function for special frequencies and tones. Saccular acoustic sensitivity is considered to be simply an extension of the sense of hearing through the use of the saccule.
Perhaps the most observable physical response is goose bumps. A similar effect is the manifestation of chills. Some sounds have been known to cause reflexive muscle movements like a twitch or even a jump. Since these physical effects are easily recorded and are linked consistently with strong emotion, they have been used in several types of psychological studies.
Certain sounds, such as fingernails drawn down a blackboard, cause strong feelings of aversion or even fear in most humans. A 2004 study claimed that the blackboard sound was very similar to the warning cry of Siamang gibbons and hypothesized that a vestigial reflex is what causes the fight or flight reaction in humans. Other sounds, such as a person coughing or vomiting, provoke responses of disgust. These emotional reactions are thought to be caused by the body’s natural tendency to avoid disease.
While each individual is sensitive to different sounds, there are some nearly universal saccular acoustical stimulants.”
“Frisson – French for shiver, also known as aesthetic chills or musical chills, is a psychophysiological response.
Frisson is of short duration, lasting only a few seconds.Typical stimuli include loud passages of music and passages—such as appoggiaturas and sudden modulation—that violate some level of musical expectation. During a frisson, a sensation of chills or tingling is felt on the skin of the lower back, shoulders, neck, and/or arms. The sensation of chills is sometimes experienced as a series of ‘waves’ moving up the back in rapid succession and commonly described as shivers up the spine.
Rhythmic, dynamic, harmonic, and/or melodic violations of a person’s explicit or implicit expectations are associated with musical frisson as a prerequisite. Loud, very high or low frequency, or quickly varying sounds (unexpected harmonies, moments of modulations, melodic appoggiaturas) has been shown to arouse the autonomic nervous system (ANS).”
“British scientists have shown in a controlled experiment that the extreme bass sound known as infrasound produces a range of bizarre effects in people including anxiety, extreme sorrow and chills — supporting popular suggestions of a link between infrasound and strange sensations”
“Moderate strength correlations occur between the incidences of infrasound and reports of nausea, malaise, fatigue, aversion to the area, non-specific pain, and sleep disturbances when pressure levels exceed about 50 db for protracted periods.”