posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 08:11 AM
Folks, the sounds are real. I never thought I would be posting here, but something is going on, and it is why scientists have been trying to explain
it away. I am not an ufo fanatic, in spite of an odd incident when I was 15. I am 55 now. It's not that I do not believe life exists out there, but
it is a huge leap to say they are here. Anyone who undersdtands the immensity of space knows this.
I am writing this however because on August 16th, I was in front of my home. I live in Wasilla., Alaska and I was out there with my neighbor, and her
father who is visiting from out of state. We were out there prepping some tree stumps that need removal.
For the record...it was a calm, rather nice pleasant day, but a low thick cloud cover was there, so nothing could be seen. No airliners fly low near
here, because there are no airports out here large enough to accomodate them. Elamendorf Air Force Base is about 45 minutes away, and those jets are
easily discernable when they fly. (I lived on the base once) None of those jets fly in this area either. At least none have flown over in the three
years I have owned this home.
There was a small engine plane we could hear far off in the distance to one side of us. Suddenly we heard a very loud sustained noise of grinding
metal, or gears right above us, and just in front of my home. I am not one to believe in something from nothing. It was LOUD, and lasted for about as
long as you might expect if two ocean liners passing each other in opposite directions happened to get too close and scraped each others sides for
their full length.
I thought two possibilities immediately. ONE: A large airliner was falling from way up high, and as it neared it was breaking apart. I expected it to
punch through the clouds, and ran to cover under my garage eaves. TWO: A large craft of some sort was either arriving at that spot, or prepping to
leave that spot and was closing large metal doors, or doing some other prepatory configuring. I don't know how better to describe it, but only that
it bothered me enough that two days later I was on the internet trying to see if there was some explanation. That is when I learned that they are
being heard around the world. I spoke with my neighbor and her dad again to confirm that we all heard the same thing.
Take heed to what I am saying here, please. I swear on my mothers grave it is true. Every word. When we looked up, we were all looking at the very
same spot too. There was no confusion as to where the sound came from. In front of and over my home, and just above the cloud cover. I would not
discount the possibility that large craft are positioning themselves in various locations. If anything that advanced as being able to come here, is
here, cloaking is 100% likely if you ask me. I hate to think it, but WTF.
The kicker, the next day, my spouse who works under Norad at Elmendorf related to me that a large flying disk was being reported by airline pilots in
the Washington DC area. This was overheard on the D.E.N. It is a system Norad uses to communicate.
I have now seen multiple videos of this sound from elsewhere, and I only wish I had the opportunity to get one as well. The video from Kiev is closest
to what we heard. The scientist (If they are) that are trying to explain it away are trying to say people are confused and do not really know where
the sound is coming from. Bull! Maybe in some cases, I can not say. Maybe the craft, or whatever it is was a little away from them, but this, I swear
was right above us, and there was no mistaking it's direction. It is not bounced sound.
This other explanantion I am hearing is about the earths core moving in opposite directions. I know it has always moved at a different pace. If
anything abrupt happened there, it would be massive earth tremors in the least. I have also heard them say that possibly the wind is moving large
arial cell towers or some such in the distance, and the sound is bouncing off the atmosphere. Absolutely ridiculous. There is nothing there to bounce
off of. The sound would simply travel through air, and it certainly wouldn't be that close, or loud. Our experience occured on a windless day too. We
get 70 mph winds through here in the winter and have never heard this sort of thing before. That is another important fact. In my 55 years, I also
have never heard anything like it anywhere.