Geopathic Tectonic Tinnitus, also known as Earthquake Ear Tone, is a phenomenon related to environmental stress that arises from the movement of the earth’s crust. Sensitives, the individuals who are so attuned to the earth’s disturbances, experience and hear an unusual kind of ear tones accompanied by various extremes of anxiety, irascibility, dizziness or vertigo, lightheadedness, and throbbing headaches. The range and type of ear tones may be low, medium, or high-pitched occurring in either ear or lasting from a few seconds to several minutes. These individuals are so rare that they are known as The Sensitives.
Geologists have been intrigued by the electromagnetic harmonic emissions coming up from the earth’s crust and the unusual geopathic activity occurring in Taos, New Mexico. The Taos Hum Investigation was initiated after Taos residents complained about a low-pitched hum that was driving them crazy. The scientists investigating the hums found that the hum was extremely low on the frequency scale, between 30 and 80Hz. Their conclusion was that there were no known acoustic signals that might account for the hum. Consequently, the Taos Hum still remains a mystery.
The Geopathic Phenomenon of Tectonic Tinnitus is worldwide in scale. When the harmonic emissions come from land or water, the tonal character varies. It has been found that the earth’s crust can act as a powerful seismic signaling conduit. Occasionally when a ‘silent ear block’ does occur, it may be the body’s way of protecting the hearer. Some sensitives can actually predict the magnitude and direction of a quake within a few days.
With ever more devastating earthquakes now occurring globally, these sensitively attuned individuals should be resourced along with all the other hi-tech instruments being used. The geopathic stress syndrome of Tectonic Tinnitus is a real phenomenon and should be taken seriously by clinicians and seismologists alike. Only by taking an active interest in such persons can some of the geological mysteries be resolved, and perhaps even discover the true communication and language of the earth. These individuals could prove to be a potentially valuable human resource that could save many lives in the future.
Written by Ernest Silentio