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Originally posted by captiva
reply to post by Wide-Eyes
Ah...the ultimate dilema, is it real or not?. Man made or alien visitation?
That in itself raises the question...what if it is real aliens, what if TPTB have always known they were coming, as per 2012. And what if Project Bluebeam is actually to cover up a scenario that is going to be "Real".
Put it out there that its all a light show so you can fight against the mind controll and basically ignore it. Meanwhile the Alien visitors are thinking...jeeeez they are ignoring us !
So many questions, so many pieces to the jigsaw. That is providing there is a jig-saw in the first place
respectsedit on 22-10-2010 by captiva because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Wide-Eyes
I don't know, I can just see these sorts of things being tests. I find the sounds particularly disturbing. The threads I linked are worth reading(if you haven't already). Seems this phenomena of strange sounds in the sky is quite widespread.
Some investigators suspect the Hum may be caused by the Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) submarine communications system. The frequency of the Hum seems to be between 33 and 80 Hertz, while the USA's ELF system is believed to operate at frequencies around 76 Hertz.
The US Navy first conducted experiments on ELF wave propagation and environmental effects in 1969, using two antennas each 14 miles long located at Clam Lake, Wisconsin. Experiments with this facility continued until 1976, when when actual ELF communications with submarines were demonstrated. Shortly thereafter, the Navy made plans for an operational ELF communications system using buried antennas so as to be hardened against nuclear attack. This system, code-named Sanguine, was cancelled after studies determined that the system would be vulnerable to nuclear attack.
Despite the cancellation of Sanguine, the Navy began development of an above-ground ELF system using antennas 28 miles long, also located at Clam Lake. This system, code-named Seafarer, was opposed by environmental groups and residents of the area concerned about possible adverse health effects of ELF radiation.
Great post!, informative and dot joining. Im doing a bit of digging into this new BT broadband advert just now. Ive got a mate who works in the BTBroadband section of BT and he is coming over for a pint tonight. Hope fully shed some light on it.
Ionization of the air:
An abundance of negative condensation nuclei (“air ions”) in ingested air
enhances alertness and exhilaration, while an excess of positive ions enhances drowsiness and depression.
Calculation of the ionic balance of a target audience’s atmospheric environment will be correspondingly
useful. Again this is a naturally-occurring condition - caused by such varying agents as solar ultraviolet
light, lightning, and rapidly-moving water - rather than one which most be artificially created.
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) waves:
ELF waves up to 100 Hz are once more naturally occurring, but they can also be produced artificially (such as for the Navy’s Project Sanguine for submarine
communication). ELF-waves are not normally noticed by the unaided senses, yet their resonant effect upon
the human body has been connected to both physiological disorders and emotional distortion. Infrasound
vibration (up to 20 Hz) can subliminally influence brain activity to align itself to delta, theta, alpha, or beta
wave patterns, inclining an audience toward everything from alertness to passivity. Infrasound could be
used tactically, as ELF-waves endure for great distances; and it could be used in conjunction with media
broadcasts as well
THE spate of deaths among young people in Britain’s suicide capital could be linked to radio waves from dozens of mobile phone transmitter masts near the victims’ homes.
Dr Roger Coghill, who sits on a Government advisory committee on mobile radiation, has discovered that all 22 youngsters who have killed themselves in Bridgend, South Wales, over the past 18 months lived far closer than average to a mast.
Research shows young people’s brains are more susceptible to radio wave energy. Only two weeks ago a report identified mobiles as having an effect on sleep patterns.
Dr Coghill added: “What seems to be happening is that the electrical energy is having an effect on the chemistry of the brain, depleting serotonin levels. We know that in depression serotonin levels are low and that a standard treatment for depression is to give drugs to boost serotonin levels. As they begin to work, the patient’s depression lifts.”
.. watch this space.