Do you ever drive or walk by a streetlight only to have it fade down and then turn back on as you go by it?  It's something that's been happening to me for most of my life.  Does it happen all the time?  No?  However, there does seem to be a pattern to this for me, but I'll get to that in a minute.

The phenomenon that is known as street lamp interference, or SLI, is possibly a psychic event that is just beginning to be recognized and studied.

Obviously, streetlights going out could happen occasionally by chance with faulty streetlights (you've probably noticed that it's happened to you once in a while), but SLIders claim that it happens to them on a regular basis.  I'm one of them.

Very often, SLIders also report they tend to have an odd effect on other electronic devices.  TV's, light bulbs blow, etc.

A reasonable speculation for the effect, might have something to do with the electronic impulses of the brain.

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Although the SLI effect is not a conscious one, some SLIders report that when it does occur, they often are in an extreme emotional state.  This is defiantly the case for me.  If I have a lot on my mind or if something is troubling me, it's more likely for me to see streetlights fading down.

Whatever it is, I know it's real for me.  How about you?  Does this happen to you?

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