Paranormal shock-trauma at excite.com
Fri Oct 17 15:00:30 EST 2003

Symptoms of Portugueuse Man-of-War stings:

1. Sharp localized pain that diffuses 
2. Sudden "flash" onset of intense flaccid paralysis (marked by
collapse; inability to move or vocalize)
3. Cold, pale, moist skin
4. Pain increases dramatically when subject mentally "tries" to move
(much like REM sleep paralysis)
5. Sudden, complete, equal bileratal deafness
6. Equal bilateral visual hallucinations

Symptoms of soft-bodied jellyfish stings (i.e. those other than Box
Jellyfish, and Portugueuse Man-of-War:

1. Dull itching intense pain diffult to locate 
2. Sudden onset of catatonic paralysis without collapse (resembles REM
sleep paralysis; marked by inability to move or localize)
3. Hot, blue (cyanosed), dry skin.
4. Clonic convulsions (marked by slow, deep, and long involuntary
movements and vocalizations)
5. Sudden multidirectional (affect one ear differently than the other;
loss of auditory orientation of direction; artifacts are different in
different directions that sound is perceives [falsely or not]),
auditory mis-perceptions (alteration, deafness, hallucinations)
6. Visual hallucinations differing depending on direction.

Visual migraine affects the lens of the left eye. The blood vessels
supplying the lens constrict suddenly and completely. This starves the
lens of necessary proteins it can only recieve from the blood
(hemoglobin included). Symptoms are:

1. Visual distortion; 2-D images appear 3-D; visual hallucinations
2. Loss of image perception
3. Loss of color perception
4. Intense aching pain in that lens due to protein starvation
5. Sudden and complete blindess; subject cannot tell even dark or
light!; the description is usualy "seeing nothing at all", no light,
no darkness. Just totaly blank. Wierd feeling!

Narrow-angle glaucoma puts sudden and intense pressure on the lens of
the left eye. Symptoms are:

1. Similar to visual migraine except much faster, stronger, and

Cochlear cyanosis is cause by deoxygenated fresh blood (and
"deoxyhemoglobin") flowing through the widened cappilaries supplying
the hair cells in the organ of corti in the left cochlea. Symptoms

1. Sudden and complete deafness in the left ear; perception of an
CRT-like high-pitched sine-wave tone in the left ear
2. Sudden, intense aching at the site of disease 

Cold viruses infect the cells of the walls of cappilaries supplying
the hair cells in the organ of corti of the left cochlea. The viruses
do not kill those cells but transform them into a cancerous state.
Symptoms are:

1. Similar to cochlear cyanosis; aching in more persistant
2. Other symptoms are a fever of 109 F at the site of infection

Flu virus infect the hair cells of the organ of corti of the left
cochlea. Flu virus does not kill those cells but transforms them into
a cancerous state. Symptoms are similar to the "cochlear cold" except
that the deafness is more immediate.

Allergenic acoustic neuritis is caused by allergies. The allergenic
particles irritate the acoustic nerve in the left inner ear. Symptoms
are similar to cochlear cyanosis except the deafness in more
immediate, the "sine-wave" is perceived more strongly, and the aching
is at the site of the diseased acoustic nerve.

Auditory bone injuries result in crack(s) in the bone covering the
auditory nerve. Symptoms are similar to allergenic acoustic neuritis
except the pain is sharp and mild rather than dull and intense.

Acoustic trauma can result from sudden exposure of the hair cells in
the organ of corti in the left cochlea to sine-waves at a frequency
higher than 40,000 Hz and an intensity louder than 140 dB. Symptoms
are similar to cochlear cyanosis except the complete deafness and
"sine-wave tinnitus" is more immediate, and the pain is much stronger
and with both sharp and dull pain. Pain, once again, occurs at the
site of injury in the left cochlea. This pain can cause shock.

shock-trauma at excite.com (Paranormal) wrote in message news:<b3bb3ec.0310162045.65807c86 at posting.google.com>...
> Measles (encephalitis) virus infects cells of walls of cappilaries
> supplying the brain. The virus does not kill those cells but irritates
> them to cancer by violently scrathing and itching them!
> The symptoms are:
> 1. Intense dull "creepy" ache in the upper back of the head (usually
> worse on left)
> 2. Inability to move or speak (marked by catatonic paralysis) 
> 3. Stereophonic unilateral auditory misperceptions (altered hearing,
> deafness, tinnitus [perception of a CRT-like high-pitched sine-wave
> tone], and auditory hallucination that differ in one ear from the
> other ear)
> 4. Impaired balance; loss of balance; hallucinations involving sense
> of balance (including vertigo); extreme dizziness
> 5. A fever of 109 F
> 6. Involuntary movements and vocalizations (aka convulsions)
> 7. Altered level of awareness; Loss of awareness
> 8. Dramatically shortened sense of time ("time flys!")
> 9. Creepy sense of anger that loses control
> 10. Memory loss; false memories; altered memories
> 11. Frightening symptoms of sleep paralysis set in
> 12. Coma
> 13. Death from flaccid paralysis of cardiac muscles
> Shingles virus infects neurons in the motor area of the upper spinal
> cord (in the neck level). This sadistic virus kills those neurons!
> Symptoms are:
> 1. Catatonic paralysis marked by inabiliy to move or speak
> (terrifying; resembles sleep paralysis)
> Rabies virus infects cerebral neurons. It kills them by brutally
> kicking their gut nuclei! Symptoms are similar to measles except they
> are much more sudden, intense, and short-lasting!

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