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Am I the first person to communicate with voluntarily whistling in the ear?

I have successfully recorded voluntary short tones of whistling in the ears that can be played back over and over again using a earpiece headphone as a microphone, a small digital recorder, and recording program Audacity. I am able to manipulate the whistling sound in my ears into short tones and a faint sound of the whistling is heard at the moment that I attempted it. I also recorded three and a half hours of activity in the ear while I slept which I indeed found patterns in the recording and an interval of six minutes of involuntary unexplained sounds.

Manipulating the whistling in the ears into short tones is a practice. It requires a person to go into a meditative like state in a silent room, listen for the whistling, than manipulate it by controlling the amount released. Yawning and other simple things cause whistling in the ears.

I observed that an animal such as a cat sitting very still will move it’s head right after a voluntary short tone in the ear. I have also noticed whistling communication between cars on the road. I am not totally sure how far this whistling can travel. I did experiments where my participant listened for the whistling in the silence and I attempted it. Watching a timer, we were able to match up when the other person attempted it 9 times out of 10!

My theory is that gravity waves are responsible for the communication. The vestibular, the ear’s balance system, receives changes in the atmosphere related to the sound waves of another person's vestibular. The vibration is amplified and occurs in both the vestibular and in the adjacent cochlea which causes the whistling. The ears balance system is closely related to emotions caused by thoughts and other things. It can be observed that a change in emotion sometimes causes the balance system to start circulating in an unpleasant way. The balance system is also connected to sleeping and the subconcious which can be observed just before falling asleep. An involuntary vestibular language may be discernible while a person sleeps and converted into visual broadcast by a computer program.

Hallucinating is also possible in the ears balance system. I have the ability to bring out a voice of a hallucination I suffered from for months a year ago. I can bring out the voice in the surrounding sound vibrations and record it. I cannot get it to produce a voluntary whistling noise though as of yet. It is similar to hearing a voice in fan, and turning the fan off to get it to go away.

A person’s honest response to interrogation may be recorded by recording dreams and subconscious responses. Subconscious damage that is proven to be un-necessary or greedy and otherwise victimizing may be recorded right after it happens and reported.

There is also a therapeutic effect to ear whistling where voluntarily calling on one's own vestibular a involuntary response can be observed. It coincides with thinking. Calling on it can be helpful in treating schizoid, depression, and other entail illnesses.
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