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Angels Singing??

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posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 10:12 AM
Recordings of Angels

I have found a site that claims to have FOUR recordings of Angels singing. In ghost hunting we do EVPs ... but this seems to be different. I won't comment on what I think as to if they are real angel recordings or not. I don't want to sway anyone. (I'll say what I think later).

I'll let ya'll read the article and listen.

Recordings of Angels

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 10:49 AM
I thought the recording had a haunting quality to it mainly due to the lady's tone deafness.

Who can no for sure if those were angels in the background. They certainly sounded angelic.


posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 10:52 AM
Ok I want to start out by saying, I wanted to hear angels and not be cynical.

First thing is, in the article the author claims he has a full interview with the pastor/priest/minister and 25 eyewitness accounts... I would really want to see that. I also want to say the "voices" behind the lady singing in the Baltimore church were very beautiful.

Just about the time where I was about to decide that it was NOT a real choir accompaning her and maybe at least unexplainable, one of the "angels coughs". That sort of blew it for me.

I haven't listened to the other three, again for the 2 reasons stated above...not saying they aren't angels, just that I personally got unswayed.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 10:58 AM

Just about the time where I was about to decide that it was NOT a real choir accompaning her and maybe at least unexplainable, one of the "angels coughs". That sort of blew it for me.

Lol, the enemy of promise, Kind of like God gobbing when he's dishing out the ten commandements.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 11:46 AM
Okay .... my thought on this ....

It is impossible to check out. The recordings are old and unreliable. The voices are beautiful. However, considering the OTHER things at this site, I don't think they are angelic. I don't think they are EVPs either.

My thought is .. no ... they are not what the person claims. I don't think that the person is trying to pull a hoax, but I think it's just a case of someone really wanting it to be true.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 12:15 PM
HI FF :-)

Re: Angels singing (and hope it's not too far off-topic), I remember reading years ago about a heavenly-choir which was heard by at least one clergyman and numerous witnesses as an elderly person lay on their death-bed.

It took place in the UK, in the 1800s. At that time, most people died at home, rather than in a hospital or other institution.

The dying individual hovered between life and death for several days, during which there were always several family members and neighbours in attendance. All of these heard what was likened to a 'heavenly choir' and the singing was subsequently heard by a clergyman who attended the person dying. The clergyman (solid, rural vicar) made written note of the event.

Witnesses (including the clergyman) claimed the heavenly singing could not be pinpointed in any specific location. Rather, it was 'everywhere' at once. It continued for two or three days and ceased when the individual died. The singing was 'indescribable' according to the witnesses and far exceeded any earthly choir. It was accompanied, according to some witnesses, by a glorious scent/perfume.

During the time the singing was heard by those in the house (and many were drawn to it after hearing about it) the dying-individual was apparently visited by several deceased relatives and friends, some of whom were also seen by those tending the invalid.

Sounds a lovely way to go. Would that we could all be so fortunate.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 12:20 PM
Wow, terrific post! I was just amazed and overjoyed while hearing God's host sing his praises in those recordings.

Thank you friend! God Bless!

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 12:23 PM
Oh, I can't wait for them to release their album and go 50 platinum.

About as believable as sounds from hell.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 03:12 PM
Yeah, and how about all of those angels in Enyas recordings?

1. As the resident music expert around here I can see as plain as day that the Baltimore recording is laiden with 16 bit wavetable synthesis. The piano may be a sample, but the recording quality is too awful for me to tell, however, the choir absolutely is. In fact, it may not even be a choir setting so much as an ethereal setting, like crystal pad. Over the past eleven years I've worked on a lot of jazz, ethereal new age, and black metal, so although I tread carefully concerning most topics on ATS, you can take my musical and production opinions to the bank. Das my word, son

2. The Chinese recording is a freakin' mess. The recording is very distorted but my guess is that it's old and the instrumentation is authentic and acoustic. The vocals are not only unintelligible, but I don't hear a lick of harmony in the voices aside from octaves (though that could just be an illusion due audio distortion and harmonics).

3. The Florida church is only one chord, and I think an angels grasp of harmony would allow for something a little more interesting and inspiring.
A major, with an occasional numbskull in the crowd throwing in a slightly sharp or flat (heard them both) E. I even heard an F# in there at one point, but that's really neither here nor there (major 6th if you care).
Although I can't confirm the chord's digital nature because of the crowd's white noise overlapping it, I can confirm a general boring uniformness of the notes in the chord. There is nothing unique, no vibrato, no trills, no color tones (save those of the tone deaf crowd), and all that combined with the fact that it's one major chord, the whole time. If angels really are this boring I'm going to have to put God on notice for creating them.

4. If the phone rings one more time I'm going to close this window, oh, was I typing out loud.
The Kansas church is humans, not thousands of angels. The song is lame and the intro is sloppy. Also, we are told that there is a solo where the practicing choir paused. Then when the practicing choir continues they are in a new key that the solo seques into nicely. Also, if this was a practicing choir recording themselves that had a mediocre angelic band multitrack themselves into said recording, why can't we hear the whole thing? Wouldn't the instructions, countoffs, critiquing, "okay, let's try it from the tops,"and other such banter common in practice be in that recording, regardless of the angelic band?

The bottom line with all of this is that if this is to be believed, then angels have the musical training of a first year music major. I would expect a hell of a lot more out of angels, at least rivaling, if not surpassing the ability of JS Bach. I would also expect to hear counterpoint that would wrap around your head and create dissonance and conflict that, when resolved, would bring you to tears. My girlfriend and I make better music improvised while we're driving.

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 03:55 PM
Well I really didn't want to post but I felt I should considering this is well...a forum.

When I listened to the Maryland recording I myself though of none other then the wonderful Brian Eno. Am I saying that was a dub over of one of his songs? Not in the least! But for a song I remember quite vividly, which I suggest you all should listen to is "An Ending (Ascent)" By none other then the man himself. In that recording it sounds very much alike to the angelic choir heard over the churches hymn. I may also point out most of the work he does is done through high end electronics. But I doubt a Maryland church with a woman singing like that has a budget for something rather expensive. (Had to throw a playful jest in there.)

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 04:46 PM
This is really weird... I think there may be an EVP on the Maryland one:

Since I can't pinpoint a specific time, drag the cue circle over between the letters A and N in Maryland.

Listen closely, the is a whisper just after the woman sings that sounds like "RELEASE ME".

Can anyone else hear it???

posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 11:10 PM
I only listened to one of them and I did not have the feeling that it was divine voices or anything like that. It was kind of a strange song and haunting kind of. But as far as angels singing in the background I could not hear it that great and it just sounded like a very bad recording.

posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 12:04 AM
Has anyone tried playinf it backwards yet?
I swaer i could hear a very base voice singing at one point.
Acoustics and audience humming along is my guess.

posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 12:34 AM
Here's the World News Daily link:

I was really disappointed that the angels weren't a black choir. I don't know if heaven would be worth it to hear white people drone on and on for eternity.

Maybe white people could sing in Heaven's elevators?

Next floor: "Oh, Happy Day!"

[edit on 19-2-2007 by curme]

posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 01:20 AM

Originally posted by FlyersFan
I won't comment on what I think as to if they are real angel recordings or not. I don't want to sway anyone.

I, on the other hand, do want to sway people. I personally think the recordings have as much chance of being those of "angels" as they do of being leprechauns, sprites, the Tooth Fairy Chorus, or Santa Claus's elves on their day off.

How old are you people? Seven? Eight? Do you ever, oh, read an actual book or newspaper?

posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 01:35 AM
I heard an angelic choir when we first moved into our flat. It was beautiful, but I thought it was coming from the local church. At the time, I didn't know that their were not any choiristers in the church that day.

I also thought it was maybe a neighbours stereo. All I know it was beautiful and it rang through the community. I didn't record it, as I said I didn't know it's source.

It sounded much like the ones heard on the audio clips. Regardless of the source, they are truly beautiful and moving.

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