Even people who may seem inert aren’t. They have to act to avoid action, though usually that is not conducive to growth or productivity.
With enough observers gathered in a hollow, the barrier can be manipulated. Most readily this just leads to visions like people seeing things in a haunted house, but it can allow phase transitions. The mountains of Tibet commonly experience this.
What do the phase transitions feel like? Like gravity cutting out. They make people feel dizzy like the ground is falling out from under them. The pine barrens in New Jersey would have a few hollows as well I’m certain, and well, phase transitions also trigger the Faraday effect. Light begins to behave strangely during a transition, things look greyed out.
Maybe also a explanation for the Jersey Devil.
In my meditation circles we would open a thin spot. A phase transition creates a sonic effect in the right circumstances like a hollow “om” sound, very subtle most of the time. I used to see it before my seizures, but that’s a different topic.
So that is the tearing of the veil so to speak? Yes, and it occurs in a great many places, especially near the ring of fire region but is in no way limited to there.
Avalon in the mists looks like mists but no moisture and would smell like ozone. Make your nerves stand on end. Electrical storms can make a hollow iris open. This is why storm gods were seen as so important perhaps.
Graveyards? Graveyards often don’t have hollows in them, though some do. Those, say in Louisiana more commonly, or any especially swampy territory. I suspect salt water has something to do with it, but a steady round of grieving can open a hollow in just about any graveyard. Big rifts even lead to bouts of what they still call mass hysteria so it’s sort of a chicken or the egg scenario.
So when people grieve, they are more likely to hear from their loved ones that have passed over? Yes, but also most likely to ignore it though a calm sensitive could perhaps pick up on it more easily if they are outside of the immediate locus, the focus of collective attention.
What about Hadron collider? Yes, it creates one, but any natural caldera also forms them.
I wonder if there can be a hollow in cyberspace. Could a hollow be created in Second Life? Of a psychic nature, yes. They aren’t limited to strictly geophysical locations.
Some sims are always laggy. Yes, they could cause strange electronic noise. The collective consciousness forms a field and spaces in it can iris also. This phenomenon is what creates “lost time” events.
If it causes lost time, I think both my computer and my TV are hollows. Passed time is not a lost time event. The reason a hollow can have such a disruptive effect on people…
I have driven long distances and experienced lost time. Roads create psychic fissures. All that focused attention and otherwise blank state. So yes, it is a related phenomenon, but the reason, say, a large rift can lead to mass hysteria is people have an “animalistic” reflexive response to exposure to the energy of the other side as they call it. They have a biological fear of the inverse and disrupted state a rift causes. At a deep instinctive level, you do know where you come from.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.