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Alien writing and music

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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 04:41 PM
This thread is just meant as food for your imagination... nothing more, nothing less, I dont know the answers, but I like to dream about them.. come with me

First of all.... activate this background music before looking at the rest of the thread


Alien writing channeled by Pazzaglini.

A recent post from Dr. Roger Leir (the implant removal specialist) includes images of “alien writing,”



Alien Handwriting from Nathan

Unknown Writing System Uncovered On Ancient Olmec Tablet

Jesse Marcel, Jr.’s drawing of Roswell wreckage symbols.

Enochian symbols.

aUI language taught to John Weilgart (he claimed) by spacemen.

features glyphs superficially similar to those found in the notorious CARET documents.



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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 05:19 PM
reply to post by Vandalour

I see what you did there, trying to influence me with Pink Floyd... it almost worked, but the pulsing heart of metal beats within me, and my entire psyche thrums with the power of the thousands of metal albums I have heard in my life, and the hundreds of thousands of melodies and blast beats that have only ever been heard within my skull. They are louder than Floyd by a mile.

Now, that brings me neatly round to how I believe the music of aliens would sound. The sound of the universe is something that our species has been listening to since we realised we possessed the technology to do so. I would have thought that a similar thing has happened to other cultures on other worlds, but if , as many suspect, there are races out there which have been scientificaly aware for much longer than we have, then its possible that there are species out there that have been listening to the song of the cosmos for generations.

It is probable that music will have been affected by this prolonged exposure to this stimulus. If you listen to Saturn, or Jupiter, you will find that although to us the sounds seem random, though beautiful, it is possible that to another species in the galaxy, these sounds could be the most inspirational audiological input they have ever been exposed to. They certainly affected me quite deeply.

If the species we are hypotheticaly discussing, were a traveler species, used to plying the gaps between stars, then its possible that they would harmonise the sound of the universe, with the sounds made by thier vehicles, or equaly they could be inspired by mythological references to a world they left behind eons ago, and take all thier inspiration from the tales of thier ancient past, as well as the thundering might of the yawning gulf of space.

When I first thought about the sounds that the planets make, and the background sounds made by the universe when under the gaze of radio telescopes, I thought :

"Wouldnt it be interesting if it turned out that a massive portion of all that fuzz was actualy the garbled , mingled beats, melodies, and harmonies of a million and more civilisations musical output, the signals all scrambled by interaction with the myriad of gravitational influences , exotic energies, and filtration through stars, the atmospheres of planets, and the muffling smog of nebular areas of space??"

Course,I realise that the chances are slim, and that my loose and ammusing theory wouldnt stand up to a beating with a cocktail stick, let alone the full weight of scientific scrutiny. I tell you what though, it was very interesting to have the thought, and I really enjoyed it, and thats why I shared it with you. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 05:54 PM
There are real bizarre sounds coming from all over space.
For me some of the most intriguing sounds come from Saturn.
You can download and save the original WAV file from NASA/Cassini website:Here

The evidence suggests that these tones are produced by impacts of meteoroid on the icy chunks that make up the rings.

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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 06:13 PM
reply to post by flyingfish

So, how do ice crystals and giant rocks floating in outer space, bumping into each other, emit radio signals?
If I slap my friend in the face, can I record it in radio waves?
How about in outer space? What if I slapped him out there? Would we be able to emit radio waves by slapping and punching each other in a wanton like manner?
Or is this just more NASA speak?
No, really, I'm serious.
I am not trying to seem like I have a sarcastic tone; I'm genuinely curious how the particles that make up the rings of Saturn can emit radio waves and radio waves of this manner. I am ultimately confused.
edit on 3-6-2011 by AnimusInvictus because: Could not find word to express amount of confusion correctly

posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 06:26 PM
Brilliant and creative thread , it is 'spaced "out music that Pink Floyd in their early days did so well, the Alien connection is eerily beautiful.

posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 09:05 PM
reply to post by AnimusInvictus

That is just one theory, so you could say it's NASA speak.I'm not a expert on radio waves I can't give you an answer.
There is thread on the subject of Saturn's rings here were they get into the theory of an alien connection.

posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 02:05 AM
reply to post by flyingfish

That actually helps me out oodles!
That thread may be dormant, but it's still chocfull of glorious goodies!

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