posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 02:44 AM
I thought you`d say high pitched sounds freak you out but now that I think about it both can be scary at high volumes and when encountered
unexpectedly. Deep sounds normally come from something either large in size(like a bear, thunder, or volcano/quake), or, from what we see on tv and
from what we hear from accounts of exorcisms being performed, deep sounding "demonic" voices come from those possesed by demons. For some reason
when I think of Hell I imagine a lot of deep sounds. Not coming from any being but just a background sound. Just a dreadful sound... Anyway, high
pitched sounds could maybe be said to come from something in distress or something attacking, like a shrieking hawk or a lot of smaller but still
possibly dangerous animals (especially way back when they were more plentiful and our shelters were not as secure). Thinking about this led me to
think about using soyund as a weaponm. Then I found out the military has sound weapons. They got one that can knock a hole in a brick wall and knock
off a persons head on the other side of the wall. Then another one they got (possibly a variation of the other or vise versa) fills your head with an
ear splitting sound and puts you on the ground in the fetal position in a second or less. I expect this to be used on crowds. Then they can also
pinpoint it to a single person so only they hear it. The operater of the weapon simply needs a line of sight, and I`m sure its used with a scope.
The scariest one that people need to know about is basically the same thing that focuses on a single person, but instead of harmful sounds, it
projects your voice. So that you will literally be "hearing voices in your head that nobody else can hear". I`m sure you could only begin to
imagine the ramifications on religious fanatics.