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Strange sounds warn us of incoming, and very soon...

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posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 04:44 PM

Originally posted by TheOneElectric
The first video you posted. That's audio from the Kiev incident. Trust me, I know it. Too many people are attemptign to hoax this. The real noises sound like a large airplane that is far too low, and it continues on for five to fifteen minutes.

I don't have a problem with theory speculating, but you have to start off your thread with a video that is not one of the hoaxes.

The audio is from the movie Red State, it's from the trumpets scene.

I do believe that there are sounds being heard, there are just too many reports, but hucksters like this really cloud the issue.
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posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 06:43 PM
reply to post by TheOneElectric

Agreed, i've seen this sample all over the place, it's even in 8 bit format, it's so old

posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 08:52 PM
Wow you tin foil hat wearers are easy to convince. Already more than half the thread including OP are convinced this is legit after little research. What happened to logic and reason people?

These "strange sound" clips are nothing but a hoax, and don't be selective claiming "some are real". They're all hoaxed and they all share the same sound clips. The tracks used are from Red State, and War of the Worlds. What started as a small hoax has now spread throughout and has become viral aka bandwagon jumping. The featured video mentioned in OP's post is clearly a method for self-promotion. This radio host and merely jumping on the bandwagon to get his station more known.

Here is a video that debunks all these "strange sounds":

Seriously people, use logic and reason. Everytime I see a thread on ATS these days I burst out in laughter, as a lot of ATS users are crazy/easily convinced of the most rediculous claims with little evidence.

posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 08:55 PM
Yeah, atmospheric noises have been documented going back to ancient cultures. I'm not going to argue, because I know that if you go look online you'll find all sorts of documentation, just like I have.

If you rely on youtube videos to educate yourselves, that's all your education will consist of.

Double-layer dark mode plasma discharge phenomenon, directly related to coupling between magneto-ionic flux tubes in the ionosphere, which also are the " cause " of what you call " crop circles ", and manetotelluric currents in the ground, usually running through the Leylines, where holocrystalline rock like Diabase is found( you know, Diabase...the semiconducting holocrystalline rock that makes up most of the blocks in Stonehenge )

Of ions are what Telsa played with ...and the Egyptians...and the Nazi's..." electro-gravitic repulsion " which was ionic propulsion just like what I posted earlier in the thread. "

and quite a few others too.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 01:19 AM

...I took it with a grain of salt and didn't just accept it outright, but also didn't discount it.

then I heard it for myself.

I live outside of Boston and about two weeks ago I was awake around 3 AM. I live about 50 feet from a heavily used train track, so loud rumblings and odd noises are standard fare. So when I heard a strange rumbling in the distance I didn't think too much about it, however almost immediately I noticed it was different, having lived there for a while I can tell with surprising accuracy just what is coming down the tracks, be it freight trains or commuter cars or whatever. But this was different, it was a low steady rumble that didn't increase or decrease in volume for it's duration, which one would expect with a moving train. It sounded like thunder in a way, but as with trains, thunder has a distinct "rolling" sound. This all lasted about 3 minutes, and it was accompanied by vibrations moving through my apartment floor. Having lived in New England my whole life, I've never felt an earthquake, so it could certainly have been that, but having read this site for so long and listened to the audio recordings (especially the one from Kiev) I couldn't help but wonder.

thanks, I hope this provides some validity to previous claims.
reply to post by DetSomEnGangVar

Every little bit helps make this look more like a phenomenon both real and as yet unexplained. Interesting details. The sound frequency is interesting, thunder is sometimes felt if say you are in the mountains and very close to the source. Interesting report.
Adding Boston vicinity of Massachusetts to the list.

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 01:27 AM
reply to post by BlackPhoenix

Another Texan here and I have also heard the sound. I'm 85 miles south of Dallas Fort Worth. I live in the country three miles outside of a small town. The sound came from the sky and sounded like it was coming from all directions. I have no proof (ie cell phone, video) but it did happen and my husband also heard it. It was around 11pm in the evening mid Sept. 2011.

Adding Dallas, Fort Worth in Texas to the list. Texas is at this moment on its way to being verified

NB To the people. This is a slapdash verification method I am using of course, it all depends on how many verifications you need to convince you the phenomenon was real.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by IamAbeliever

Interesting observation. But what is it about the sound makes it sound mechanical to your ears? If you have insight this is no place to be shy about sharing it.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 02:50 AM
reply to post by Tallone

Not a hoax, there are literally hundreds of videos like this. This is a global phenomena, god knows what it is. Perhaps something going on outside of the visible light spectrum which is why we cannot see it. I have a feeling in my gut it is extra-terrestrial extra-dimensional related but who knows. Media won't really touch this, of course.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 02:57 AM
reply to post by Vojvodus

It's not the same noise as the War of the Worlds movie, it is slightly different.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:13 AM
reply to post by disconnected8

You are getting the story mixed up. The majority of reports and video audio of the strange sound heard (more and more apparent) from the sky indicate LOW frequency or pitch but not the high frequency/ pitch you are talking about coming from that machine.
Hi intensity low frequency noise can be dangerous if you are subjected to it for an extended duration. One reason is it causes the release of endorphins and adrenalin. That could be relevant to the reason low intensity waves are used IF it is intended as warning!

Another reason low freq sound can be dangerous is it can physically penetrate deep into your body.

I was recently speaking about this issue with a Navy Occupational Medicine Physician, who I will be working with as part of the yearly Combat Stress Conference I direct as a Reserve Army officer. He stated that he was curious why sailors who work on the flight deck of aircraft carriers, for no apparent reason, walk off the edge of the deck. He stated they had protective gear for their head and ears. I explained that due to the long exposure of the whole body to HI/LF noise from the jet engines, there would appear to be opportunities for confusion and disorientation from the constant noise. The head gear is limited in protecting an individual from these sound waves which can penetrate into the brain and the rest of the body. I feel that in order to totally protect a person in this situation, you would have to keep the sound and vibration from entering their total body. Therefore, some type of protective suit that would cancel the sound and vibration could be used, similar to material used in multi layered bomb disposal clothing. Without this type of protection, the constant damage to the cells from the noise would result in on going fatigue, since the body is always attempting to repair the damage caused to cells. I further pursued this idea with sailors that actually worked on the decks of aircraft carriers. Their input was consistent with what on crew chief told me about his experience. Cody D. Weightman is now an intensive care nurse, but prior to his current occupation, he was a crew chief on an aircraft carrier. He could now relate his past experiences to what I have discussed in terms of a person being addicted to the body's release of endorphins and adrenaline. He also observed staff being disoriented after long exposure to HI/LF sound from the jet engines.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:18 AM
reply to post by pitchdragon

Add Bologna Italy added to the list. Bologna and the surrounding area is quite flat isn't it? No mountain ranges close?

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:22 AM
reply to post by Tallone

I know the guys in the video are acting like goofballs, which does add a sense of tomfoolery to the video. In their defense however these guys are "radio personalities" they are essentially paid to be goofballs. I have met them personally at concerts, and local events, and they are goofballs. If they had an authentic video of a sasquatch, they would still be acting like goofballs. Some people deal with stress by acting goofy.

As far as the sound being too sci-fi sounding... Well... that's what made it so creepy. It did sound like the ominous sound track to some apocalyptic movie scene. Exactly why I was so skeptical at first. When I heard it myself the hair stood up on the back of my neck, and I had goosebumps so bad it hurt. The only thing I can relate the sound to is the reverberation of air escaping a very large ballast tank. Not the hissing of air at the nozzle, but the sound in the tank. Like someone recorded that, but played it back very slowly. Low pitch with a metallic reverb. It also had a decayed quality, like the origin of the sound was not there, but you were hearing just the echo.

If it is a hoax, it is a great one, and I want to know how they are pulling it off.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:23 AM
reply to post by disconnected8

Originally posted by disconnected8
If this is so worldwide why is it not on the front pages of newspapers daily and the science community has yet to offer anything, Im really struggling to believe this

Good question. It just may be they simply don't have the data to explore yet, but I don't believe that would hold them back. This is something new in all likelihood. And then again it just may be there are interested parties with significant power (i.e. elites within each country) who may well know something we don't but are not ready to tell us, so they 'discourage' scientific groups from doing any significant investigation of whatever data they have.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:36 AM

Do you guys think that they could be magneto-ionic flux tubes ?

Mistpouffers are likely just a toroidal pinch in a dark mode double-layer plasma( No visible light produced ), the other end of the flux tube transfer event is located at a relative antipode, geographically speaking.

It's all about the flow of ions, the charge density(+/-) and the local magnetic field strength applying Lorentz forces. Same thing behind rain.

These are basically the atmospheric version of magnetotelluric currents, the same thing Tesla played with.

here's a good one demonstrating the flow of ions from a " Strange noises in Bucharest " should put a chill up your spine

I know for a fact that sporadic-E clouds allow long distance sound propagation, also maybe even long delay echo in pockets of unusually ionized gases like Helium in the ionospheric layers due to " biteouts " in the gradient of density in Earth's plasmasphere.

Don't forget that dusty atmospheric plasmas form when amorphous volcanic ash, sand from the West African coast, and micrometeorite dust attenuate radio signals in ionized pockets of gas, it's called " electromagnetic wave damping ", quite the bane for radio operators.

Oy....I had a massive thread full of all sorts of great information I wanted to share, but I got banned from the website after i posted it all.

Your thoughts ?
reply to post by Soupornuts

Woah, you have a lot of stuff there.

You might be on to something re magnetic field, and perhaps the flux tubes. Something here about emerging flux tubes and solar wind. Neato graphics.

You might want to explain a little the direct connection with the strange sound. You are suggesting the cause, right?

Adding Bucharest to the list.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:41 AM
reply to post by Hr2burn

Originally posted by Hr2burn
...If from our sky's, it couldn't be a normal tone being sent out from tradition air movement. our atmosphere is just to varied to get a clean signal like that.
S&F....this does need some exploration, I believe it means something. Good bad or indifferent.

The strange sounds reports we are most interested in, those at lease less obviously from a prankster, almost all of them assert the noise is coming from the sky.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:46 AM
reply to post by Tallone

Wow. So very many threads and so very many theories about these noises. All these smart people here and not one even close as to what they are.
Because to me they are clearly rythmic and I deduce that they are are signals or messages from the aliens.

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:53 AM
reply to post by Tallone

yes very flat but now it's very interresting i'v call my sister to know more about the sound she heard, and she said it was like a roaring or rubbling, more or less loud and annoying if you focus on it, she also said she can not realy tell from wich direction it come frome, my sister is very far from the city there is only 5 or 6 house around and not a lot of trafic so she really heard it and we start to talk about others things and in the conversation we realize something there was this big mass ejection the 19 january 2012 and she heard the sound 3 days later and the 27 january there was a earthquake in north of italy, maybe there is any relation and it's a coincidence but we start to speculate about it

here a link about the earthquake isme-de-mag-5-0-dans-le-nord-de-litalie/

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 03:53 AM
reply to post by Tallone

You cast aside the "Horns of the world" theory. Obviously they are not giant trumpets being blown by angels. That's not to say that it is not the signal for the end of the world though. Perhaps the prophet John just interpreted the sounds he heard in his visions or revelations or whatever as trumpets.
Disturbingly this is not the only of his end time prophesies that could be interpreted in recent days, actually

posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 04:09 AM
reply to post by ashpool

Fair enough if he's talking about the hoaxed videos. We all know there are a few of those. But this guy-wearing- the-cap in the video is talking about the sounds starting around August, and draws a connection to the movie Red State coming out 6 March 2011 in the USA. But you know what? As it happens reports and videos of strange noises began earlier than March 2011. As others have mentioned it is hard to find evidence of a hoax in the majority of these.
His argument cannot 'obliviate' the strange sound phenomenon. Consider this preposterous hypothetical. The sound could indeed be a mass hoax with a particular sound lifted from the movie track. But then... the movie may have been released to coincide with the arrival of the strange sound someones had pre-knowledge of.

The argument of guy-wearing-cap in your video essentially turns on the sound being lifted from the movie soundtrack by jokesters and the joke just taking off with copycat versions popping up all over. The problem with that story is it cannot explain some of the earliest and actually covered by MSN (to a very limited extent) such as the above story. These were heard en-masse and reported by many different people there at the time.

Here is one of those unexplained by your guy-wearing-cap-in-vid. The strange sounds heard at the Tropacana field game, and broadcast later by Yahoo Sports.

Here's another over the Ohio river, back in 2009! - though no crowd recorded as being present at the time. To my inexpert ears at least the recording and the folks on it come across as genuine.!
Added Ohio river to list.

This one is classic! February 2011. A month before that movie you and others keep mentioning was released.
The noise is similar to Ohio. The sound of animals reacting to the noise are a fairly elaborate touch if this one is not genuine.

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 04:21 AM
reply to post by pitchdragon

yes very flat but now it's very interresting i'v call my sister to know more about the sound she heard, and she said it was like a roaring or rubbling, more or less loud and annoying if you focus on it, she also said she can not realy tell from wich direction it come frome, my sister is very far from the city there is only 5 or 6 house around and not a lot of trafic so she really heard it and we start to talk about others things and in the conversation we realize something there was this big mass ejection the 19 january 2012 and she heard the sound 3 days later and the 27 january there was a earthquake in north of italy, maybe there is any relation and it's a coincidence but we start to speculate about it

here a link about the earthquake

Hmmm. Yes. I'm inclined to believe the current state of the sun, or the current sun cycle more to the point, is most likely connected to the sounds being heard.
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