Voices are not a part of my experience of the Hum.
There is an interesting hypothesis about the Hum being caused by Gravitational Waves-
theoretical ripples in the curvature of spacetime which propagates as a wave, traveling outward from the source. Predicted to exist by Albert Einstein
in 1916 on the basis of his theory of general relativity, gravitational waves theoretically transport energy as gravitational radiation. Sources of
gravitational waves could possibly include binary star systems composed of white dwarfs, neutron stars, or black holes.
I guess this is considered a possibility because of the way it seems to pass through matter without being slowed down- in fact the more matter it
passes through the more it seems to be amplified- which would coincide with the gravitational wave theory. For example, it is found to be stronger in
a home that is made of thick stone or concrete than in one made of thinner wood.
There is this to consider-
After discovering the mysterious low-frequency buzz in 1998, scientists figured out that the Earth’s hum is caused not by earthquakes or atmospheric
turbulence, but by ocean waves colliding with the seafloor.
When two waves of opposite direction but similar frequency collide, they create a special kind of pressure wave that carries energy to the ocean
bottom. As these waves pound against the sea floor, they generate a constant vibration with a frequency of about 10 millihertz, much too low for
humans to hear but easily detectable with seismometers. By comparing the intensity of the hum with the height of waves around the world, scientists
can track where the buzz is coming from.
Here's one site that is interesting to check out, anyway:
There's been speculation about water or water pipes, being involved- pressure build up in underground water pipes.
There is some evidence of underground water streams radiating electrical fields, DC magnetic fields, radio frequencies..... and can be bad for health,
causing various complaints. I often wonder if people aren't picking up on something of this sort.
When I first began hearing the Hum, and about fifteen years ago, we had just built a house that we learned later had a underground stream of run off
from a field that was heavily polluted by pesticides.... a "radiologist" guy told us this was the cause of my headaches, and that it would cause me to
get cancer if we stayed there. (not saying I put belief into his claims, but events had us move, the headaches went away, and the couple who moved in
had the woman die one year later from cancer!).
The house we live in now actually has natural springs that come up underneath it! We have "caves" that were once used as stables underneath the house,
that have water troughs in them that are constantly running, coming through the rocks. The water is clean and drinkable though (we have it tested
I am not getting headaches, though the Hum comes through very strong here. It might
be linked to water- I notice it is terribly strong right
now, and we are in our second day of rain, which will mean the springs underneath the house must be running high.
I don't know though. All I can do is guess and collect possibilities.
edit on 3-11-2011 by Bluesma because: (no reason given)