Strange sounds have been heard around the globe for almost two years now. Thousands of witnesses reported such events, yet nobody has been able to provide a satisfying explanation for them. A scientific attempt of explanation was given in 2012 by Russian geophysicist Elchin Khalilov, but his claims could not explain all of the ongoing phenomenon. And although in 2012 some Christian activists put videos with faked trumpet-like sounds on YouTube to recall the trumpet sounds of the Apocalypse of St. John, the collective testimony of thousands of people all over the globe proves that indeed the phenomenon is real.
And it is going on. Even scientists are baffled by the phenomenon and its persistance, and lots of theories have come out since it first appeared. The story has lost the interest of the masses after the Apocalypse didn’t happen in 2012. However, the sounds are being heard worldwide and are still unexplained.
Some of the theories for what these sounds are include:
–> UFO battles being waged far above the planet
–> Opening and closing of stargates or wormholes to allow alien craft entrance and exit of Earth.
–> Fracking, the extracting of natural gas from shale and controversial topic of environmental impact. (1)
–> HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) notes played via technology that creates whistler waves of electromagnetic discharges. (2)
–> The Earth is shifting into another dimension due to an increase in the frequency pattern. The process is often referred to as Gaia giving birth so that the Earth is reborn. (3)
–> Ongoing construction of secret Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBs) (4)
–> Vactrain sounds from the vibrations of the Mach1 speeds being reached by the secret massive underground intercontinental transit system some believe exists. (5)
–> Expanding Earth theory that holds the cause of the Earth’s oceans and continental drift is due to the planet growing in mass and size. The sounds are literally growing pains. (6)
While all these theories may capture the imagination, the underlying issue of a major phenomena going on all around the world remains unanswered. And, this big question mark makes the ideal fodder for conspiracy theories that also encompasses the end of the world signs.
The last case of strange sounds being heard by an entire community happened in Kentucky:
An interactive map and list of reports of the phenomenon is being provided by strangesounds.org .
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