Jason, Cj Romer, Mount Shasta discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Welcome back. We are here with CJ Romer from ace app, and we're talking electric people, I was just reading an article online, someone actually calculated because, you know, there's a lot of electrical activity in our brain with all these eight hundred billion neurons firing and every time on your on fires it produces. I think what they call a gradient of about one hundred and five Milli volts. So if you had eight hundred billion neurons, all firing at all of that energy was directed towards charging your cell phone, you could, of course, that would leave nothing for anything else like breathing. But if you directed all of that energy towards charging your cell phone, you could charge it with your brain, the electricity in your brain in just under seventy hours. So there you go. What do you think about that? CJ. I think it would still be more efficient. Plug it into the plug. But, but that's no fun. That's. Some, some CI subway will decide k-y-k-o sakes. That's right. Shove. I'm glad she said, what you off officially. My reaction. Exactly. Why exactly that's the question? Let's let's dive into the phones. And let's see west of the Rockies Barbara is in mount Shasta, California Barbara. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast AM. I would love to teach every one of your listeners how to light up a light bulb. You know how are you ready? Yes. You go to the hardware store tomorrow, and you get a nine inch fluorescent fold and tomorrow evening when you go to bed, you put it between your legs while you're going to bed under the covers until you light up that light and get it the same body heat that your body is putting out and as you as you rub that light with your hands. It will light up for everyone. Now, that's with fluorescent. What about an incandescent? You're on your own with that one. I've been struck by lightning twice. And I've had five out of the body experiences, one I had several weeks ago. The last one showed me a shortage in my electrical system. I went to the doctor I'd had one operation now and gotten rid of it. A shortage in your electrical system. How'd you meet her? Your body is an electrical system. Sure. I mean, that's that regulates. Your heartbeat. It's just how you concentrate, your energy darling. All right. Barbara. Thank you. That did you want to weigh in on that CJ at all? Quite a bit concerned about try flair some tape why shots? Got. All right. East of the Rockies. Jason is in Syracuse New York, go orange. Hey, Jason welcome to coast to coast AM, Richard. Thanks for having me by what the topic and Finally, I could talk to somebody about what actually happens at six. It's weird. Glad together talking about this. I've had stuff like that happened. My entire life with the street lands as an adult and constantly affecting computers. And I walk into places and stuff shuts down, and people like look at me like this time for happens, and I'm like, it's probably me. Don't worry this happens all the time, and they kinda giggle, but I'm serious when it happens differently. Sorry jason. Do you feel any different when, when you're having this electrical impact? Did you feel any differently actually I actually feel it coming through me? It's weird. It's like I love joking. That was kind of laughing earlier, because when you guys were talking about the negative effects. I don't really produce it. I more or less kind of the kind of drains through me. I guess that's what it feels like at least. One instance, it kind of confirmed it a few years back. We have a local casino was kind of funny that has. Thousands of these electron a game machines and my wife and I were sitting there playing, and then I felt this sensation and then the entire casino, literally shut down all the screens went blue. And I looked at my wife and I said, I think I just did that he's like, yeah, right. And then after about five minutes security, surrounded, my me and my wife and I could hear over there little earpieces. Yeah. We're there were at the machine now stand up. And. Yeah, it was quite quite the to do. So what do you make of that? CJ. Experience. People and explained. It is a big studied. Yeah. It must be very, very difficult. The computer break style, regular Vallon. I don't even use it anymore. It's kind of funny say that because it's hard even watching television with my wife because every time I walk into the room, I literally, we don't get any reception. And even I thought it was just maybe the TV or the end town about it even happens when we have the DVD player going shuts everything down. It's I can't I'm always blowing light bulbs and even even the LED light bulbs, they're supposed to be graded for so many hours. And then short lifetime in this house. Yeah. Anyway, she could write to us because. It must be difficult to deal with. To feel sad. It just happens. Yeah. It's weird it, you know. It's hard to explain. I mean, I guess I, I it's, it's more of a feeling I guess, I mean I know when it's when the feeling comes up like oh, you know, something it's going to happen again. And I've had I've blown ignitions and cars. I know when that's going to happen. And then we I've been stranded. It's just it gets very frustrating. And you know, it's tough going until even like hospitals. I have I have a cousin that, you know, requires me to help them out. And every time we go to the VA, you know, we're, we're sitting in the in the office, and if somebody goes to use a computer and like they kind of have this deranged look on their face, like Jesus never happens. This this, you know what there's something wrong with the computer, and I'm like Thomas. That's all right. I have that kind of fact on the what kind of giggle, but I'm serious. If it were not happening outside the home as well. My response might be, you know, have the heavier electrical system in your house checked, you know, for for power surges, and that sort of thing. But, but that doesn't explain why it's happening at the casino in the hospital. Inning your car. No, no. I've had I've tried to, you know, when I was younger, these things just kind of happen. But as an adult, you know, I noticed things more often than trying to put two and two together. I mean, I was I was electric electrocuted. A couple times. I was a child. That's interesting. Yeah. I've had some other strange things happen to in my life. There's an instance a couple couple years ago about two and a half years ago, my wife and I were coming back home for dinner. We're about oughta mile from home and driving. Our van in the entire inside of the van went up like somebody was arc welding. Wow. Yeah. And I looked around I thought you know. Getting pulled over you how like the spotlight's on you. It was it was even brighter than that. My wife kind of looked at me like what's going on? And I don't know. Amazing. I still haven't been able to really explain that one. Have you had any other unusual experiences of I mean just outside trinity? But just generally a building, you might consider power dole status anyway. Yes. Yes. And yes. Okay. Very well. Yeah. I've, I've tried to look into a lot of other things too. I mean, blood types lineage, you know, all all sorts of things, but, you know, trying to find answers and trying to find people to talk to take serious, another thing CJ wondered about a paranormal experiences. In addition. Have you had when you can share? Yes. Yes, I have. I've had I've had being shop at the side of my bed. I've had been an would call paralyzed in the middle of the night. Brush, it off his sleep apnea, but they're yell sleep paralysis, but it's but it's not that. It's nicer connection do suspected, there's a connection here CJ that all of these things somehow related. Obsessed by the, the whole personality foundation down in North Carolina a website. He's access. But if he would get hold up until about your experience that could go. Greg overall. Sure. Seriously? But everything to help you. And. People really nice. But if you're very, very welcoming if there's anyway. It was something we could do the help, but it stays all we can do with site and tried. Really good that you're sharing the experience. And again, C J. How would Jason contact you at ace app? Well. Alexa, he could just say. Phenomena, a good that would probably get the address on the website. It's WWW a s a pay AC. Don't UK but I mean. Yeah. Yeah. Well, well past case of what could win this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for that Jason. He certainly ticked all the boxes didn't he? Let's see. Let's say hi to on the wildcard line. We have James in Kansas City. James, welcome. Richard how you doing terrific? Thank you. I cannot wear watch LCD watches wrist. Battery-powered analog, watches drying. I haven't won watching thirty years. I'm fifty one now and I have a medical condition that nobody can explain. And it's documented in my medical file. I have they call it a heart mom, but they don't make can't explain why my heart will and this happened in front of doctors. I was in hospital under observation because I was complaining about my about having chest pains, and I was I'd been in there for two days, laying in bed, and there was a nose in my room and my heart went into it started fluttering I think the call it. Relation. And then after about thirty seconds of ad it's my flat line and then see right down the hallway screamed at him that is going into cardiac arrest came down the hallway with the crash card and the pads jump starts with and the doctors rain in there. And they, they had they were going to try and. Sock me bring my heart. And I told the guy with a paddle if you. I'm gonna hit you so he stopped and then. Fifteen to twenty into the flat line. It went back into and then went back into normal rhythm. Oh, my word. Yeah. How, how often do you go into this? This sounds like attack, Accardi or something. How often does this? It's happened. Probably. Dozen times maybe fifteen times in my life. Okay with the flat line. Now, part it'll do that twenty times a year. Wow. Yeah. No, I haven't known a normal size. Okay. Away about one hundred eighty five pounds, six foot quarter inches tall. Seriously, healthy guy. Yeah. My oh my in her. My fat body weight ratio is probably about nine or ten percents. Yeah. Went. Functioning. Thirteen. Yeah. I've been working for somebody as money when cassio LCD watch and within about an hour and a half that broke the screen.

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