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Sky Sounds Hoax by "Waterphone" - Check Out This Vid!

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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:08 PM
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Originally posted by Thought Provoker
Perhaps the similarity in the sounds (Mr. Waterphone vs. the actual phenomenon, which is actually happening) are indicative of some sort of physical similarity between the two causes. Imagine if you will long columns of one type of possibly-metallic rock, miles long, embedded deep in a subduction zone, and moving plates grinding across them like a bow, making them vibrate exactly like a waterphone. Perhaps whatever is really going on is just like the waterphone, but a million times larger and louder and more eerie. (Ever heard of "As above, so below"?) How about it, debunkers? Does an explanation that grounded in science and totally lacking any supernatural or human-caused elements appeal to you more? Did I just do away with the necessity to "take it on faith?" Did I provoke thought?

Of course... that begs the question: what tectonic plate movements could be responsible for it somewhere like the American East Coast, where there are supposedly no fault lines? Or are there...


I'm going with sky quakes.
members.beforeitsnews.com...:_Warnings_From_Earths_Destabilizing_Core.html




posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by Ittabena
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I can't wait for my roommate to get up. He was convinced about the sounds. I'll play this without letting him see the vid.

Hoax revealed. Great job man.


How is it revealed..

Questions still:

Who is doing this , and is doing it all over the world ?

Is it a signal to certain people ?

How can they get it so loud ? What are they using to amplify the sound ?

Where is the source of the sounds ?

Still a lot of questions.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:28 PM
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whatever it is, the sound of that instrument is hauntingly beautiful!



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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I happen to own a waterphone and for the most part I would say that there is no comparison between the sounds it produces and the sounds we hear on the videos.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:20 PM
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That is so not the sound. I heard a giant jet fly over the earth or something. It was a rumbling. Sorry this is not what I heard, nor in any of the videos either.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:27 PM
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Does the waterphone make a noise that echoes from every direction in the area and feel like its' vibrations are going right through you?

I predict no.

While it does sound somewhat similar, it is not the same. It must be a rather huge waterphone that people are hearing all over the world.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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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


Probably been already said but it would not be hard to record that instrument and add effects to make the sound bigger. In fact I'll do exactly that be back later...



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:34 PM
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Here is a recording I did some time ago of me playing the waterphone. Some sounds produced do bear a similarity, but they are not nearly as deep or powerful as those heard in those videos.

Waterphone recording



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 05:38 PM
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This musical instrument was OBVIOUSLY built by aliens as a cover-up for these 'noise sightings'

*Puts on tungsten-foil hat because the whole tin-foil hat stereotype is just disinformation to lead the conspiracy theorists into thinking that tin foil can protect their thoughts from the aliens when Tungsten is actually the only affordable substance that can block their powerful psionic mind-control machines that lull our brains into a sleeplike state... mmm potato chips.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:06 PM
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Originally posted by GrouchyGrouch

Originally posted by klhbrown
Since there hasn't been much about the sky sounds on ATS lately, I did a Google news search to see if there were any new reports in the semi-MSM. I found the following article and video.
Apparently, there's an obsure instrument called a "waterphone." It is the EXACT same sound as the Kiev video. Not just "similar" or "sort of" or "kind of" - it's the exact same scary as # sound. Leaves me wondering who the F would choose to play that instrument!

www.examiner.com...


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.





I came across another article that a religious group may be behind this to pump up their following for the "coming apocolypse."

www.ufodigest.com...



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.




Thoughts, ASTers? A lot of folks still seem to be rejecting these ideas since they've heard sounds in person.

ADDED INFO:
I completely agree that it's not a total dismissal of the sounds, as many ATS members have heard them with their own ears. Just a theory. Maybe a vain attempt to make myself feel better because this new "sound phenomenon" scares the # out of me. I have yet to hear these sounds with my own ears, but the day I do I the day I start digging a bunker under the basement. Lol.
Furthermore, the "waterphone theory" does not dismiss the different kinds of sounds being heard - only sounds similar to those in the Kiev and Conklin videos. People have reported rumblings and "jet in place" sounds. Again, this doesn't debunk those. Just a theory for the scariest of sounds - the mechanical War of The Worlds sounds.
The "waterphone theory" does not address to volume of the sounds that folks have heard in person. It does address the fact that if some of the videos are being hoaxed, an instrument such as this one may be being played in the background. It has been brought up time and time again on ATS that some of these videos are hoaxed by dubbing the Kiev sound into new videos, hence the same birds and background noise. The "waterphone theory" simply implies that maybe the first Kiev video was made with a waterphone and then copied and dubbed to new videos. I'm not saying everybody and their brother are running around with waterphones these days. However, the instrument really isn't that rare. They're used on almost any movie set and you can probabky buy one on Ebay for $20.





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Ah great so the weird sounds that seem to come from the skies lately in my village are a marketing stunt?
You have a e-mail so I can ask them to stop? It is getting very irritating, broke to coffee mugs last weekend because of their "marketing stunt".

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Re-read. The words "marketing stunt" were never typed. Breaking 2 coffe cups? Sounds like you need anger managment.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:21 PM
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Expanding Earth Theory and Polarity Shifts could be a terrestrial analog of waterphone. If real then points of magnetic field reversal (earth spots) may create stress...I believe an influx of aether leads to matter formation in the earths core, displacing everything isometrically...so the sounds are a variation on earthquakes, they are just obtuse enough to create sound.

Maybe longitudinal waves exiting earth turn into transverse waves in the same way a transverse wave entering a spherical resonator will become longitudinal.

The whole galactic cross thing is about our solar system passing through the galactic bloch wall AND galactic field lines simultaneously, earth's being scalar pumped by external forces that are manifesting from the inside out.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:29 PM
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If "The Price Is Right", I'll have to go with "waterphone", Bob!

It's the first time I've heard the haunting sounds from this instrument, ever --- no metric beat, no vocals, just randomness of good vibrations for the nerves.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:34 PM
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I don't understand how in every thread about a new "sound phenomenon" video everyone is so quick to jump to calling bull #. Nearly every thread about the sounds is polluted with debunker shouting bull #, yet when someone posts a video with a debunking theory everyone flips out in defense of the sounds. ??? Wtf?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by klhbrown
I don't understand how in every thread about a new "sound phenomenon" video everyone is so quick to jump to calling bull #. Nearly every thread about the sounds is polluted with debunker shouting bull #, yet when someone posts a video with a debunking theory everyone flips out in defense of the sounds. ??? Wtf?

I don't believe I did any of that, but maybe you didn't see my theory. (Posts at the end of a page are easy to overlook.) I think it's a totally plausible explanation. I'm not defending or attacking anything, only suggesting a possibility. I think it's the only logical theory ever advanced on the subject, in fact; I've never seen anyone else suggest it. Great big bow; great big rods; great big sound; no human involvement, no supernatural involvement, just pure science. And no shouting.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 06:53 PM
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Interesting video, and that instrument sounds awesome and very cool/creepy. However there's no way to definitively know if the mysterious sounds being heard all over the world are really just a handful of people making elaborate hoaxes... it would be so much easier to believe that it's all a hoax IF there weren't so many personal accounts from people who've heard the same thing.

Personally I heard something like this a few months ago. I was trying to fall asleep and I heard it, loud enough to freak me out. Like a metallic sort of groaning sound. Didn't sound like it was coming from any direction in particular. This is in a residential neighborhood that isn't by any factories or anything. The sound was a one-time thing, it didn't repeat itself. I remember rationalizing at the time that it must be a train on the tracks (they're not real close, but close enough that you can hear them faintly at night sometimes.) However, the sound was too loud and too weird to be a train. So, until definitive proof either way is found, this is a head-scratcher! I hope I hear it again, though.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 07:07 PM
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Second post.

I joined because of this.

I believe the Kiev video is authentic. The family is hearing a strange noise. The conversation between the child and parent is translated on the video now, and the kid does sound generally confused about the noise. He said he wanted to look at it in a microscope (Maybe he meant Telescope) and the mother explained you can't see sound.

The Calgary, AB video, Pas, Manitoba, North Bay, ON (my hometown) and many, many others are fakes. They admit to it on the comments of their own Youtube video, and that drops the amount of reliable videos down significantly. If you watch some of the UK videos to the end, comments pop up that it's fake as well. All of these videos seem to have the same birds, same kids, same traffic. The Kiev video is 15 minutes long, so there are a lot 2-3 minute clips you can grab anonymously.

I would argue that all the videos from Canada are hoaxes. If anyone on these forums *is* hearing a similar noise, I don't think it is related. They need solid, 360 moving camera evidence before I truly believe it's the same sound.

I'm going to coin the term "Flash Hoax", like a "Flash Mob" of spontaneous random videos from people unrelated to one another, and with no immediate goal other than feed the trolls. The videos are way to easy to fake, and people are just creating them for sh*s and giggles.

All of the other sounds, that do not sound the same, are unrelated events. I don't think any of this has anything to do with magnetic fields, or plate shifts, or polar caps. The MSM would be talking about this, but they can't. They can't find a reliable source (The Kiev interview found no one who heard it), and no one who works for MSM has recorded it or heard it.

I think this is a Youtube exclusive hoax.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 07:10 PM
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Originally posted by klhbrown
I don't understand how in every thread about a new "sound phenomenon" video everyone is so quick to jump to calling bull #. Nearly every thread about the sounds is polluted with debunker shouting bull #, yet when someone posts a video with a debunking theory everyone flips out in defense of the sounds. ??? Wtf?


...because 99% of the time, it is. Modern technology and greed are plagues against the honest and trustworthy.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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Originally posted by badconduct
Second post.

The Calgary, AB video, Pas, Manitoba, North Bay, ON (my hometown) and many, many others are fakes. They admit to it on the comments of their own

I would argue that all the videos from Canada are hoaxes. If anyone on these forums *is* hearing a similar noise, I don't think it is related. They need solid, 360 moving evidence before I truly believe it's the same sound.



I'm not disputing you, but do you have a link to which posters claim they hoaxed? When you say the Alta one is faked, are you referring to the Conklin clip specifically or just in general?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 07:57 PM
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I would like to know how to construct a waterphone. Anyone have any information for the plans? I'm sure you could put a pickup on it to, to amplify the sound. I like it! Then I could make my own alien sounds where I live!



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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I posted this a day or two ago and it was debunked. The drum can account only for what ATS theorists refer to as the fake videos.




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