Electronic Harassment – Common Symptoms of E-harassment Victims.
The following is a list of the most common symptoms which people
experience. Not everyone experiences all of these symptoms, but
most victims share a large number of them.
- Ringing in the ears: Can be various pitches, constant, intermittent, occurring in both ears or only one ear. Can sound like a low rumbling noise or like a buzzing mosquito, for example. Victims report a feeling of discomfort that accompanies the noise. Some report the noise being loud enough to cause excruciating pain.
- Clicking noises inside the head: Many report hearing “clicks” in their sinuses and/or their ears.
- Manipulation of body parts: Muscles are pulsed and/or contracted involuntarily. Feet, legs, arms, and individual fingers can be made to move by sudden jerking or the motion can be slow and controlled. This often occurs at night in bed, although it can occur anywhere.
- Piercing sensation on skin: This involves the feeling that the skin is being pierced by a needle. Some report this as painful, while others only experience it mildly.
- Sinus problems: Those who suffer from sinus problems report it to be very painful and agitating, with the sinuses filling up and pulsing, often preventing sleep from occurring.
- Sexual attacks: Many report the sensation of having their genitalia manipulated. Both men and women report this. It involves tingling, prickling, arousal and/or pain of the genital area. It is a particularly disturbing and traumatic experience, with the accompanying sensation of being severely violated. Given the “artificial/electronic” nature of it, there is no question that it is not by any stretch a “natural” occurrence.
- Appliances turning on/off: Some have had the experience of having appliances behave in unpredictable or inexplicable ways. Machinery containing motors will run far too fast (and/or far too loud) causing them to break down quickly.
- Hearing Voices: About half of the targeted people hear voices, often identified to be those who are perpetrating the crime. The technology exists to transmit sound inside peoples heads, bypassing the ears altogether. There is speculation that this is a form of microwave hearing. Some report hearing the voices outside of their heads, as though there is a speaker inside their home somewhere.
- Visual Hallucinations: Some report visual hallucinations. Seeing colored lights is commonly reported.
- Street Theatre: Some people experience what is called “street theatre” – a form of harassment that involves multiple stalkers participating in aggravating the target, very often involving noise campaigns.
- Sleep deprivation: This is commonly reported and achieved any number of ways, but usually involving excessive noise.
- Anxiety attacks: Many people experience a racing or pounding heart just as they are about to go to sleep.
- “Pseudo” heart attacks: This involves the sensation that the chest is being tightly constricted, mimicking the symptoms of a heart attack.
- Other symptoms: Social isolation, chronic fatigue and other illnesses, headaches, thoughts of suicide, depression, inability to hold a job, diagnoses of mental illness
, and the like often accompany the situation.
- Computer problems: Although victims are certainly not alone in having computer problems, they report frequent issues with emails as well as general computer use.
- Destruction of property: Items are vandalized but not to the degree that it would appear to be vandalism to someone else. This technique is called “Gaslighting” and is a form of subtle revenge. The purpose is to incur numerous small costs over time to the targeted individual, thereby raising stress levels, as well as to undermine a person psychologically by creating a sense of self-doubt and insecurity.
All of these symptoms are induced by ultrasonic acoustic devices which are aimed at the victims property through windows, open doors and so on. This will be explained in detail in my forthcoming anti-harassment self-help articles.
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