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Originally posted by prevenge
reply to post by Under Water
reminds me of the direction masonic obelisks and major cities are constructed on what is termed a "ley line"... would be interesting if someone overlayed this map with one of what just described..
Originally posted by Under Water
I posted this on a different thread but i'd like to expand on it. From that thread, I started maping the locations of the strange sounds people posted about. The map is unfinished but looking at how several of the events are lining up on the map, I'm compelled to make a new one with more info. If anyone wants to add their event to the map, i need the exact location and time it happened, and how long it lasted. Most of the ones on this map lasted between 20 and 30 minutes and some said the ground was vibrating also. Many of them thought it was a tornado and several of them saw flashes of light in the sky as well. Any details you can tell me would help and i'll color code the events on the map.
This is a screenshot of how far I got on this map so far. Notice how the majority of the events are lining up, as though something were traveling down that line?edit on 21-3-2011 by Under Water because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by liejunkie01
Originally posted by Larrelye
A note to all those complaining about the map. The sounds have been reported in more than just the US. Of my list of 84 accounts I have the following from countries other than US. Mostly UK and a few in Australia. The rest are scattered. I won't say whether or not I found these credible but I will list them with the information given:
Portugal (no date, lasted 1 minute, stated airbase nearby)
UK (3/21/11, 2 minutes)
England (no date, lost internet and power, weather clear, no other info given, no description of sound)
Grimsby, Lincolnshire, UK (no date, 2:41am,60 minutes, no other info given, no description of sound)
Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK (no date, no other info given, no description of sound)
Gloucester, UK (no date, 10:40 am, sounds man made, states Royal AF Base nearby)
E Yorkshire, Humberside, England (Jan 2011, heard for several years always overcast)
Australia (3/19/11 12:30 pm, lasted 5 minutes, this object sounded to be moving)
Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia (no date, lasted 4 minutes, then rained)
West NSW, Australia (abt. 1/19/11 actual date not given, 60 minutes, heard a massive crash, air sounded electrical, odd donut shaped clouds)
Sweden (3/20/11, 11:48 am, 5 minutes, no other info given, no description of sound)
Manila, Phillapines (no date, abt. 5 minutes, hears often at night even when weather is clear)
Ontario, Canada (no date, 8 minutes, no other info given, no description of sound)
Interior BC, Canada (no date, no other info given, no description of sound, states nearby airport)
Maastricht, Holland (3/21/11, 10 minutes, sounds like FL video but not as loud)
Brazil (2006, 14 minutes, no other information given, no description of sound)
Ireland (3/20/11, 11:20 pm, 30 minutes, also notices orange lights in the sky)
Braemar, Scotland (always hears, assumes it is aurora)
Iceland (no date, sounds like a train, no other info given, no description of sound)
Singapore (3/20/11, no other info given, no description of sound)
edit on 22-3-2011 by Larrelye because: because I can't spellAnyone besides me think the Tibet cave counts? www.youtube.com...
Touchdown: B-2 stealth jets return after epic 11,500 mile journey to bomb Libyan aircraft shelters
By Richard Hartley-parkinson
Last updated at 12:40 PM on 21st March 2011
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Pilots in the cockpit for a stamina-sapping 25-hour mission
They dropped 45 satellite-guided bombs weighing 2,000lbs each
Originally posted by RealAmericanPatriot
I'd be interested in knowing if the weather was rainy and/or overcast at all these locations (like it was in the Florida video) at the time of the reports. If you could add times/dates and weather conditions to those locations, you'd REALLY have some interesting info.
BTW, great job on the map thus far. I don't generally flag articles, but you get one!