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On January 22, 2012, a man from New Decade Production broke the news that the strange UFO sounds being reported from around the world were low tones being played on an obscure musical instrument called a waterphone. This man proved his theory by producing a video of himself recreating the strange sounds using the instrument.
In each instance of my investigation into the sounds, the name Paul Begley seemed to keep coming up. This man is Pastor at Community Gospel Baptist Church in Knox, Indiana. Paul Begley has built an enormous presence on the internet, preaching "End of Days" Gospel Revelations, and trying to tie both natural and human world events into evidence of a coming Apocalypse. He also mentions UFOs, extraterrestrials and related content in his internet sermons. The strange sounds are a major topic of his rhetoric for end of days preaching, and come as too great of a tool to legitimize his prophecy. Thus, the chances that he and other members of his religious organization are deliberately releasing videos of this sound are too great to ignore.
His birthplace is hard to locate but I located it to be Kyev, Ukraine. This is most interesting, since the very first video containing the sounds supposedly came from Kiev, Ukraine.
Originally posted by faceoff85
Its very similar, but I dont completely buy it.... one thing I am missing is the sheer volume of the sounds in the youtube vids.... unless it was one massive "waterphone" offcourse
The way a tuning fork's vibrations interact with the surrounding air is what causes sound to form. When a tuning fork's tines are moving away from one another, it pushes surrounding air molecules together, forming small, high-pressure areas known as compressions. When the tines snap back toward each other, they suck surrounding air molecules apart, forming small, low-pressure areas known as rarefactions. The result is a steady collection of rarefactions and compressions that, together, form a sound wave.
Originally posted by eNumbra
A piece of the puzzle certainly; but it's not an immediate dismissal of the sounds.
I do however want a waterphone now, I swear I can hear ever creepy ambient sound in every scary movie ever made in that thing.edit on 1/23/2012 by eNumbra because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Dreamer99
reply to post by Starchild23
Why are people so skeptical about believing these sounds? Can't you just accept the wonder without jumping to conclusions?
Deny ignorance. Don't embrace it. Do you have any idea how naive you sound?