I live over the pass from you guys and last night we had a weird lightning storm. Had a little bit of rain, lots of lightning, huge lightning bolts,
striking the peaks of the mountains by my house, but there was no sound coming from them. This was at about 2am.. Wierdest strom I've ever witnessed
Just had the same this morning. Huge scary sounds here though, no lightning. It came off the ocean and moved North from CA/OR border. Never had this
kind of storm before just a lot of scary noise in the sky, it was dark gray up there but no lightning at all.
I live in Missouri, last night we were pounded with thunderstorms, looked like a tornado area afterwards. Anyway, I heard very similar sounds to what
you described. My roommates and I all went outside to see what sounded like a bunch of firearms going off. We heard normal sounds of deep rumbling
thunder but at the same time, (sounded farther in the distance) we heard the other sounds I described in the beginning. Really weird.
5-8-2012 by mvp531 because: (no reason given)
I have been using the orgonite to clear some of those clouds for 2 days before the entire sky was covered with those clouds...and I have been
observing what they are doing to the weather here for a while already...
Seems similar to the same happenings in Wisconsin over the last few weeks/months. I know you didn't mention the ground shaking, howver, in CA that
prolly wouldn't be to much of a phenomenon. But in Wisconsin, the long rumbling noises often accompanied the ground shakes. Sometimes it was just
strange extended thundering sounds with no shake. Strange stuff man. Hope you get some feedback pertaining to this. They sound eerily similar.
Possible explanation here; listen to the two interviews with 'Dutch' just down the page on the first posting.
He says it's the nuclear-laser based drilling machine for the Deep Underground Military Bases and that when they get close to the surface they sound
exactly like that. One thought for anyone out there with audio training; slow down that sound and also speed it up and see what it sounds like.
It's far too regular to be a natural occurrence.
That is also one of the explanations I thought about too. We know they are drilling, just take a look at Denver Airport for example. It makes sense to
do it under government owned land and the fact that I live a mile from the base makes sense. Plus, It only has taken place during very unusual thunder
storms (no lightning or rain). I am not sure exactly what seeded(?) or non natural looking clouds look like but I have never really seen clouds so
black like that and that blanketed the entire sky over the area in a matter of an hour. There was not a cloud in the sky and it was hot they just
kinda just appeared/converged in my area. I wonder where the storm originated......
Sorry about that guys. I had eaten over at Bob's Big Burrito. Kicks my ass every time!
Serious though. a couple comments on this thread: I've recently heard more jet activity, not commercial aircraft. can't make out anything with
cloud cover. created little 'booming" sounds far off at several instances. I've lived here in Asheville, NC for the last 6 months and never heard
this before. maybe there are Air Force excercises going on across U.S? Why the need for afterburners and so frequently?
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