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Unexplained thundering phenomena have occured throughout history. A quote from The Dragon and The Disc: "The first modern observation seems to have been provided by colonel Godwin Austin who heard inexplicable detonations in the air in the spring of 1865 in Bhutan. A further description was supplied in 1895 by Colonel H.S. Olcott from the Barisal and Chalmari regions of the Brahmaputra. The sounds came to be known as the 'Barisal Guns'. Charles Sturt, discoverer of the Darling and Murray rivers, heard them in Australia in 1828-9 and commented "It was not a terrestrial sound although it might have resembled a discharge of heavy artillery. The Thunderer has also been heard in the U.S.A., Ireland, Britain, and many other countries. In Haiti, Kolosimo says it produced superstitious terror. It is reasonable to suspect that there may be a connection between the Thunderbird of Amerindian folklore, the thundering god Taranis of the Celts, the Barisal Guns and U.F.O. phenomena."
Noise started at around 3am lasted around 20 mins, then stopped started again at 4 and went on until around 5:45am. Sounded like a hovering plane, then a strong wind, back to hovering plane. No planes were visible and it was damn near all night.
The key to the quote is "unexplained" thundering phenomena. People know what thunder is and have always known what thunder is. The "thunderer" is similar to the "hum" in that it lasts far longer than a thunder clap and has a musical quality to it as well, that being a "hum" or rumble that changes in intensity while never changing its frequency beat.
Peoples perception of sounds is very subjective and we may be describing very different things when talking about all of these sounds, could be harmonic tremors, rumbling clouds, etc.
ZEUS, ODIN, TARANIS, ETC..." ARE GOING TO RETURN TO DESTROY THE UNRIGHTEOUS!!!!!
Originally posted by StealthyKat
reply to post by OneisOne
You might need to pay attention to those because you live near the new Madrid fault....tell your hubby that It could be totally unrelated, the area has been having tons of small quakes for some time now.