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Does anyone have experience of Orbs of light? 
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Has anyone had any experiences with orbs of light?


Fri Dec 18, 2015 12:17 am
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The reason I am asking is because we have had some pretty interesting and strange things happen to our family since we moved to Texas.
The area where our neighborhoods are built were Native American/American Indian lands for hundreds of years before the White/European settlers moved in.


Fri Dec 18, 2015 12:26 am
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I suspect they may be plasma, kind of like ball lightning, caused by geological conditions. They appear in parts of Wales from time to time.

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Fri Dec 18, 2015 10:54 pm
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The orbs we've been having issues with are inside the house.

And more than one person has seen them, so it's not that I am hallucinating, because that did cross my mind!

Four of the times it has happened, my 10 year-old grandson was at my house.
And I started to worry or suspect something might be attached to him.
But another adult saw one, on an occasion when my grandson was not with us.

My daughter and I, we are renting a house.
The house has a security system that is motion activated.
When we first moved in, the alarm would go off by itself.
I'm NOT the brightest lightbulb in the box, so it took me a while to realize that it was not a random glitch.
The front room, which is our guestroom, always detects movement when no one is in it.

At the beginning the alarm went off at random times during the day.
As we settled in, it started going off at the same time. Around quarter to 2 in the morning.
Everyday. When we were all in bed asleep.
I'd have to get up and walk to the laundry room and push the off button.

At some point, Daisy, our youngest dog, started barking at what appeared to be nothing.
She'd be asleep on the floor and suddenly she'd jerk up and run to the fireplace.
The fireplace is diagonally placed from the door that leads to the laundry room.
Her fur would stick up like a bristle brush. So she was scared of it.
This happened about 10 times. Poor dog.
In time, Toby, the oldest dog, would watch her as she barked and then he'd get up and go stand next to her and bark at whatever it was she was barking at.
We joke that he'd go for moral support, but he was not scared, his fur did not bristle up.

I had not seen the orb yet.
But I think they might have been seeing it, since they can see much more of the light spectrum than the human eye can see.


Sat Dec 19, 2015 4:35 pm
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Dogs ears and noses are far more sensitive than ours but they see in monochrome. Nocturnal animals are quite regular in their habits. Before looking for ghosties I would be looking for noises coming down the chimney, insects, dust, drafts, reflections and temperature fluctuations. But of course, as Sherlock said,"Once you have irradicated the possible, what ever remains, no matter how impossible must be the truth. Or something.

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Sat Dec 19, 2015 8:20 pm
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Hi again,
Well, according to recent research dogs see in a combination of blues, yellows and brownish.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... white.html

They can also see in the ultraviolet part of the light spectrum, which we cannot do.

http://www.techtimes.com/articles/3597/ ... u-cant.htm


Sun Dec 20, 2015 12:07 am
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Well if it's in the Daily Mail it must be true. Youtube Dan and Dan the daily mail song. Sorry,forgotten how to do the link thingy.

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Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:00 am
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I do not trust the Daily Mirror but I did like Lannah's point on the vision of dogs. Interesting (imo).


Mon Dec 21, 2015 7:29 pm
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Daily Mail Pete. 'Course, the Mirror's even worse. Don't read any of them anymore. I see Dan and Dan are back. Been away for a while.

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Tue Dec 22, 2015 12:29 pm
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Sorry- your right Zen. I meant the Daily Mail. However, I do not really trust any of them. Maybe a little tolerance to the Guardian or the Independent, but tolerance does not mean I support all that is written. In the end I feel newspapers are in it for themselves and scandal and crap sells better than unbiased news (in my experience).


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