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Originally posted by SunnyDee
reply to post by westcoast
Thank you for telling me how to listen to this. I tried last night, but it did not work. That is eery. It sounds like work being done underground and in water. And it sounds like aliens are the ones doing the work and speaking to each other. On top of some sort of electronics buzzing at different tones in the background, that sound rather human.
Can we have another example please? Do other HT's or whatever this is, sound like this? At all?
It’s being at the right place at the wrong time. A rare, focused, longitudinal scalar EM wave moves up a volcanic root system and overwhelms the seismograph sensory electronics. The metal shielding of the sensor proves powerless to stop the incoming wave penetration. The energy moves into the windings of the geophone and proceeds to excite strong conductive ionization within the windings of the geophone sensor coil. A superconducting phenomenon results from the penetration, where the energy can wreak havoc on the seismograph’s micro-electronics – “Ka-Pow”.
From start of recording is heard a wailing tone, this is the energy emission, at low levels, coupling to the seismograph sensor windings. At 1 minute 9 seconds starts the powerful energy emission and continues to 1 minute 15 seconds. This is the sound or the resulting tonal equivalent of electronics reacting to the energy – note: warning, very noisy. After 1 minute 15 seconds can be heard sounds like bubbles gurgling under water and some scratchy sounds. This is due to loss of purity of the seismograph amplifier and electronics. It has been permanently damaged.