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On November 18, 1952, a slight tremor was felt by many at Quincy, a small town about 20 miles northwest of Tallahassee. Windows and doors rattled, but no serious effects were noted. One source notes, "The shock interfered with writing of a parking ticket." It didn't say in what way.
A shock occurred near St. Augustine, in the northeast part of the State, in January 1879. The Nation's oldest permanent settlement, founded by Spain in 1565, reported that heavy shaking knocked plaster from walls and articles from shelves. Similar effects were noted at Daytona Beach, 50 miles south. At Tampa, the southernmost point of the felt area, the trembling was preceded by a rumbling sound at 11:30 p.m. Two shocks were reported in other areas, at 11:45 p.m. and 11:55 p.m. The tremor was felt through north and central Florida, and at Savannah, Georgia
When it comes time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song, and die like a hero going home."
Chief Aupumut, Mohican. 1725
Crazy Horse, Tashunkewitko of the western Sioux, was born about 1845. Killed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska in 1877, he lived barely 33 years.
As a boy, Crazy Horse seldom saw white men. Sioux parents took pride in teaching their sons and daughters according to tribal customs. Often giving food to the needy, they exemplified self-denial for the general good. They believed in generosity, courage, and self-denial, not a life based upon commerce and gain.
One winter when Crazy Horse was only five, the tribe was short of food. His father, a tireless hunter, finally brought in two antelope. The little boy rode his pony through the camp, telling the old folks to come for meat, without first asking his parents. Later when Crazy Horse asked for food, his mother said, "You must be brave and live up to your generous reputation."
It was customary for young men to spend much time in prayer and solitude, fasting in the wilderness --typical of Sioux spiritual life which has since been lost in the contact with a material civilization.
Originally posted by HaveSeen4Myself
********TURN OFF EVERYTHING AND LISTEN FOR YOURSELF*********
The evidence for PlanetX is growing more abundant every day. For about three weeks, I've been able to hear the unsettling noises of its approach in the south skies. Saturday night the sounds were briefly so intense and my wife and I had to turn our music up pretty loud to block it out. I can hear it as I type this message... similar to a distant howling wind. Reports of these noises, though plentiful, WILL NOT show up on google search results.
Originally posted by Acidtastic
you know that thing that sounds like the wind?
Well, it's the wind.
And you know that sound that sounds like Jets, how's about they're jets. I live in a quiet country esque type place, I hear no strange noises.
Please, calm your mind and don't frett over this. It's not going to happen. And even IF it was, then it's out of your control, and there's nill point for worrying about something that's out of your control. You'll live longer
Be honest with yourself. Find a window facing south. Turn off all electronics and sit in silence in front of the window. If you have decent ears, you might hear a series of beeping tones similar to a hearing test. Then you will hear THE SOUND. I am in North Carolina, USA. I am a compassionate human and acting from my heart.
Really I hate being that guy, but the sounds you continue to describe sounds an awful lot like Tinnitus. I can believe in some out there topics and try to give every topic the same respect. But your evidence has an logical explanation. For your info I can hear it now facing east. Tinnitus that is.
[edit on 24-2-2009 by Ant4AU]