ZetaTalk: Ear Problems
Note: written on Oct 15, 1996
The ear is a sensitive organ, designed to alert the human to a loss of balance as well as serving as the hearing sense. Loss of balance, or falling, is sensed by a
change in blood pressure, the delicate difference between what is going on in one side of the head versus the other. This dual role of the ears involves the ear in
visitations in a way that confuses many contactees - ringing in the ears, temporary loss of hearing, pain in the ears, or excessive drainage from the ears due to such
- During visitations the human may be suddenly taken on a quick trip to a ship, and if the human is afraid of heights this can be alarming, raising the blood
- The human may be paralyzed for ease of passage and to reduce anxieties, but when coming out of this state, which is a natural state akin to what a possum
assumes when playing possum, the human may have sudden changes in blood pressure as the body adjusts to being alert again.
- Some contactees undergo modifications to their physiology, having given The Call and their request having been deemed a true desire to help others, and
these modifications invariably require the human body to adjust. The human body experiences surges in blood pressure during all physical changes, however
benign. During sex, exercise, intense curiosity, anxiety, illness, or simply a change in altitude - the body will experience changes in blood pressure.
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