Here is the story:
After getting my first magnet implant I experienced the so called ‘Hyper Sensitivity’.
This lasted a few days, and I am glad it was over afterwards…
To put it into perspective on day1 I started the microwave oven and literally my tears came out of happiness when I felt the buzz.
(On day zero I sticked to the pole of the Overground, but my hand was still numb, therefore I encounter that as day zero as the magnetic sensation was not quite there yet.)
Anyways… the microwave oven made me feel the buzz. My friends didn’t belive me so I asked them to conduct a double blind (and deaf) test with me. I got blindfolded and had some loud music playing on my earphones so I couldn’t hear the noise of the micy (read: mickey, Chef Micy - as referred in some professional kitchens),and I had to signal wether it was on or off by raising my hand while I was facing the other way for good measure.
The result: 100% accuracy up to 3m, and the power rating of micy was 1800W, so double the average household microwave ovens.
I didn’t feel the buzz over 3m away. Later it reduced to 30cm, but here comes the weird part:
After this I had an unexplainable connection with the device, well after the hyper sensitivity was gone. Mean: I could tell if the program was finished even when I didn’t hear the beep, even if somebody else heated food in it, even if nobody told me it was operating and so on.
When I knew my friends were testing my ‘super sense’ the experiment collapsed like wave function, my predictions were no better then guesses. However when they tested me without me knowing about it the accuracy was up to 100%, 10/10… after the 10th they got both bored and fed up, also they ran out of ideas how to keep the test double blind.
Anyways I consider it to be proven that the first device you feel connects with you somehow. At least in my case.
It is important to mention that only the very first device was special for me. Soon after the microwave I turned on a blender (in literally 2 minutes), however I felt no connection with it in any sense, despite the EM field of its motor was stronger.
Later they swapped micy to an identical device… yet again, no connection.
Then they made another swap… I figured it out.
So here is the question: Did any of you experience something similar?
And one more: Did any of you experience something similar with another magnet implant, that was implanted to somebody else?
Or if not (yet), would you try? …perhaps with your significant other?
…I know, it sounds really sentimental, I admitted being that already.
But I need more data from more people to confirm that there could be a connection between you and your first EM field you experience.
That is the other reason I would love one more magnet.
Let me know if you are interested please!