This is a new one for me. I am still hearing it as we speak. I am fully awake for the moment. I have heard strange things before but never have I heard sirens. Like far off in the distance, I keep hearing it and it isn’t there, it’s different than clear hearing, it took a good while for me to realize what I was hearing and then realize it’s my clairaudience. I have heard music before, whispers, even drums, but never sirens. I have no clue what it means or why I have been hearing it for so long. One would assume it is a warning maybe or something to come, I am unsure but I hear it.
I have heard it now for nearly 30 minutes and it’s beginning to bug me, it’s very strange to have a sound be so persistent as well. This is a new one, and I don’t know what to make of it or if I will know what the purpose is. I doubt I would be given this sound for no reason. Clairaudience for me has the weird muffled effect this is loud even with the muffle. This is not like tinnitus it is not at all a ringing sound, it is that of an ambulance or fire truck kind of sound. How do I know I am not really hearing a siren, well because I keep hearing the tail end of the siren on repeat the last bit where the sound goes into the drawn-out bit over and over and over and not the full siren sound. Plus it has the same muffled effect I get with clairaudience. It’s very weird even for me.
So many ways to interpret a siren as well. Besides an emergency, it could mean, help is needed, urgency, accident, alert, and on and on and on. Hopefully, when I fall back to sleep I can get a little help as to the point and meaning because right now I am stumped. It’s one of those things I can’t seem to tune out so hopefully, it quits soon. When I am not tuning in harder to really hear it, it sounds oddly like the whistle sound of a cartoon snoring. Who knows, welcome to the weird. Ugh, it’s driving me crazy. Sheesh, it is relentless but sometimes the paranormal can be. Well, hopefully, your sleep is better on your end. I am going to attempt to sleep with the nagging distant sound of a siren. Too bad earplugs don’t work in this scenario.