1) OBSERVATION: The frequencies are changing. I would have to assess stats on the electromagnetic field to see its fluctuations. All I know is, I am highly sensitive to energy/frequencies, and they are changing, because…

2) 2 Weeks ago, my dog was effected by it as well. He is hearing things that aren’t technically audible. I can tell by his body language and sounds. One week ago I began feeling a pressure in my head and ears. It wasn’t painful at all, but it was intense for a bit.
3) It reminded me of taking off in an airplane a bit. I felt like I was in a vacuum. It went on and off for a couple of days. I’ve picked up on frequencies and high pitched sounds (not audible to most) for 30 years, and today my right ear began to ring for longer than usual.
4) This is nothing unusual for me, with exception of the duration. This happens often with me. No, it’s not tinnitus. Only this time, when I spoke, there was reverb creating a high pitch in my ear from my voice. This lasted for about 30 minutes. It did not hurt, just annoying.
5) So yes, the frequencies are changing. What this means exactly, I am unsure of at the moment. Some will say electromagnetic fields, others will say ascension, and some will say pole shift. I honestly can’t say at this very moment.
6) I have a strong balance between facts/science and faith/intuition, so I am going to ponder this and see what resonates. I may possibly explore it a bit to see what science is saying about the past 2 weeks. If anyone has already done this research, please post it here.
7) Or, if you have been having these experiences, feel free to share here as well. One thing I know for certain, is no matter what the cause, perception is key, therefore, it’s not going to be a bad thing in my book. This is all just an observation at the moment.
8) Fascinating. My friend @DrMumbiSeraki just messaged me after seeing this thread to let me know..."It’s happening here in Africa too. The 2 million wildebeests that migrate to the Serengeti around this time of year went & came right back to Maasai Mara! https://t.co/O2NPBbQcj2

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