I can see minute internal molecules/particles in air with my NAKED EYES. what I do?

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  1. Golden_eyes Registered Member

    When I relax and sit back with my eyesight pointing towards the blue sky and try to concentrate very deeply I can literally see the minute internal molecules/particles moving in a rapid random motions in the air with my naked eyes and they are almost numerous and countless in numbers. I myslef is not very sure about the actual nature of these minute internal particles/molecules that moves very fast at a real high speed in random motions but I can see them very very clearly with my naked eyes for sure without any doubts. I am not doing this as any practice or as any personal interests of mine perhaps its like a God Gift to me which now I will like to share with this whole world to get well aware of and to see that this real God Gift of mine turns out useful in some or the other way discovering something really innovative for this entire world..

    Kindly Have Your Say.. How I should move forward with this to make the best out of it for the sake of this entire world and mankind..

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  5. invert_nexus Ze do caixao Valued Senior Member

    I have floaters, too.
    Always wondered about them. Thought they were something on the surface of my eye, never thought they might be inside the eye itself.
    I've had them for years. They look like little blurry strings.

    Near-sighted, by the way.

    Edit: Of course, GoldenEye might be a speed freak and looking at the dust in the air.
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  8. clusteringflux Version 1. OH! Valued Senior Member

    No, I think he was a SP.
    Anyway, some people may be able to see electrical energy, photons or whatever. How it relates to the spirit is as anything does.
  9. sly1 Heartless Registered Senior Member


    are the tiny objects you see usualy yellow or "gold".....when i used to lay out in the sun at the pool I would see this crap all the time, everywhere. Never understood it. I don't however see (no pun intended) how that could be life changing or change the world in any way.

    I guess what im trying to say is everyone could probably see these tiny golden "things" if they looked in the blue sky long enough. So no, your probably not that kind of "special" heh
  10. Vkothii Banned Banned

    It could be that he can see the red blood cells moving through capillaries in the retina.
    This is a known visual "effect" - jet fighter pilots know about it, for instance.

    I've observed this too, I get it when I stand up suddenly after sitting still for a while, or sometimes after a bit of exertion (I don't actually lead an entirely sedentary existence, well, not yet anyway).
    Often coloured yellow or other colours, but also white. They look like "flashes" of colour moving in predetermined paths - which are of course the capillary vessels. It's more like I can see movement, rather than what is actually moving, so I guess it's related to a local pressure fluctuation or something - these things are right next to retinal neurons.

    Seeing individual molecules or electrons is a bit optimistic, with just the lone or naked eyeball though. I'd say you would need some kind of equipment.
  11. Prince_James Plutarch (Mickey's Dog) Registered Senior Member

    These are specks of dirt in the eye liquid (I can't recall the name) that pass over the visual field, especially when the eye is open to bright light, like looking at the sun, or when you're tired and just woke up.

    In essence, you're dealing with what is called floaters.
  12. nietzschefan Thread Killer Valued Senior Member

    Reminds me of that guy who like to stare at the sun and report what wonderful colors he saw after - right here on this forum. LoL! Some members not-so kindly told him he was staring at his own burned out retinas.
  13. Amy123 Registered Member

    I have exactly the same thing. I have had it for at least seven years now.
    And no, we aren't staring at the sun or doing anything stupid like that...
    for me it's as though i can see silver air particles dancing when i look into the sky.
    It's not floaters or anything... it's completely different. It happens every single time i focus on clear sky.
    So hun, you're not crazy but i don't think we're going to change the world!
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  14. Amy123 Registered Member

    Oh and by the way, i'm not middle-aged which is when floaters normally occur. I have had this since i was 15 years old. My eyes have always tested as perfect, so go figure.
  15. Xelios We're setting you adrift idiot Registered Senior Member

    You have THE GIFT, welcome to the club of SEERS. Together we will rid the world of logic and usher in an age of super powers for all!
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  16. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

    its probably a dead skin cell thats stuck in the jelly of your eyes but see an optomitrist to make sure.

    I had one, it was quite irritating because it sat right in the middle of my eye and blocked whatever i was reading. Got it checked and she said it was just a cell and eventually it went away though
  17. tek2200 Registered Member

    yes im not alone golden eyes/amy123 i think i have what your seeing to its like a static flow of partical looking minute masses.its like they have no common route at all and their def. not "floaters" like all these ignorant people think-what im seeing there is a bunch of them and i meen a lot some spaces theres more and some spaces less of them and they seem to have some kind of color but i cant really tell its like their reflecting their own light and thats what has me really thinking its something very special,like some kind of presense thats watching me or something letting me know their there. i have alot to discuss with you if you could email me or something ive had odd experiences during and right after this happens if that meens anything to you
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  19. John99 Banned Banned


    mine look like thread. many people dont seem to have m though. when i mention it to people they usually dont know what i am tlking about.
  20. hypewaders Save Changes Registered Senior Member

    Mine look like fine fibers too, sometimes with little spotty refractions of light. I notice them best when I'm viewing a bright empty visual field, like a clear blue sky. I wonder if those people unaware of floaters have tried "looking" for floaters with a featureless background. I suspect a sudden head gesture to get some fluid movement makes them more conspicuous, because our brains filter out many static effects/defects in our vision.

    I have a notion that sudden vigorous motion after inactivity tends to stir them up, and also that regular vigorous activity helps to trap and metabolize floaters: In the context of aerobatic flying, I find it harder to see floaters after single sessions. I've noticed floaters in my vision while climbing up for maneuvers (steady flight) looped, rolled, spun, zoomed, etc. for a few minutes- and then been unable to perceive any visual floaters on the cruise back for landing. Further, I seem to stay floater-free between regular aerobatic flights. This suggests that motion, elevated metabolism, circulation etc. may reduce floaters.

    Although a few passing floaters now and then don't concern me (dead cells have to go somewhere) if I ever experience an unusual increase in vitreous debris, I will head straight for my eye doctor to find out what's going on.
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  21. madanthonywayne Morning in America Registered Senior Member

    Not a good idea. The floaters are caused by things literally floating inside of your eye. Eyewash will have absolutely no effect and bleach may well burn your corneas.
    Some of what you're describing is called "entopic phenomina". When you suddenly move your head, the jelly that fills the inside of your eye (vitreous) tugs on your retina. Your retina, like your brain, can not feel pain. It interprets all stimuli as light. So the flashes of lite are simply your retina registering the presure it feels as a result of vitreous sloshing around inside of your eye.
    Hype has hit on the most important point here. Any sudden change in floaters should be evaluated within 24 hours by an eye doctor (Optometrist or Ophthalmologist). It could be caused by bleeding within your eye which could lead to blindness within as little as a day or two without treatment.

    Most floaters are harmless and are caused by changes in the vitreous as we age. Here is the normal anatomy of the eye:

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    The giant empty space is filled with a jello like substance called the vitreous humor. When we're young, it's like fresh jello. Crystal clear and solid so that it puts no pressure on the retina when the eye moves. As we age, it becomes like old jello that's been in the fridge too long. The solids and liquids begin to seperate and the solid portion begins to contract, pulling away from the retina. As this process begins, the patient will see little clumps and lines of solid vitreous matter. That's what most of you are noticing.

    Once in a while, as the vitreous pulls away from the retina, it pulls a piece of retina off with it. This is a retinal tear. Once you have a tear, fluid can get in thru that and your retina will literally peel off the back of your eye like old wall paper:

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    As the retina peels off, you are going blind. If it detaches completely, you will be stone blind in the eye. During the process, you will first note new floaters, and maybe flashes of light. Next you'll note a "shadow" growing over your vision as the retina detaches and you gradually go blind (perhaps in as little as a day or so).

    So any of you noticing these things for the first time or noticing a sudden worsening of the symptoms, please see your eye doctor ASAP.
  22. Rav Valued Senior Member

    Back in my late teens, when I was getting stoned all the time in the backyard of a mates house on summer nights, the very fabric of the air would sometimes transform into a countless collection of point particles, each too small to actually focus on. After a while, if they hadn't defaulted to arranging themselves into wondrous kaleidoscopic animations, all kinds of things would appear to me. This was when I discovered the secret to unlocking the true fundamental nature of the universe. But I can't for the life of me remember what it was. Now that I don't smoke anymore, I guess it's lost to me, and all of you, forever. Real bummer that.
  23. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

    Toke up and save the world, Rav.

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