Infrasound Pulsation in Mobile, Alabama

Mystery Booms Rattle Mobile Residents

January 19, 2006

It wasn't an earthquake, but it felt like it to many of you. What sounded and felt like an intense explosion rocked much of the local area around 2:30 Thursday afternoon, shaking homes and businesses and shaking up a lot of residents.

"I heard a shaking and a rattling," said Lana Cook, who experienced the boom in her home off Moffet Road. "It was like someone pounding with their fists."

The boom created some scary moments for residents throughout much of the local area, who experienced what sounded and felt like an explosion. "This was hard, loud and continuous," Cook added.

Mobile County's Emergency Management Agency says crews were dispatched to check for any type of explosion or industrial accident. They say they're looking at the incident as most likely a sonic boom whose intensity was amplified by local weather conditions.

Chris Norton was at work at a warehouse off Moffett Road when he felt the boom. "I kind of felt like the walls had expanded," Norton said. "You could feel the walls and doors sort of blow open. It was pretty intense." For the time being, the exact cause remains unknown.

The National Earthquake Information Center in Colorado registered no unusual activity, and officials at Eglin Air Force Base say they had no high-speed flights that would have caused a sonic boom.

No injuries or structural damage was reported after this afternoon's boom.


Scientific investigation reveals that the earthquake-like tremors experienced in Mobile are caused by a growing planetary resonance, apparently emerging in waves of stimulated activity. The relatively small area within which the effects are reported suggests infrasound pulsation as the cause of the tremors.

The research shared at this site elucidates the hidden connections linking the global pattern of sacred energy emerging with the rapid onset of magnetic reversal of December 22, 2012 and the new solar age on our planet. The piezoelectric properties of the bedrock below the Mobile area is transducing focused infrasound waves into a very strong electromagnetic field. This same effect was utilized in ancient times by the mound-builders, whose monuments received focused infrasound from the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt.

Mobile, Alabama (30.69N 788.09W) lies exactly 6,662 miles from Giza, which is 26.76% of the Earth's circumference distance. An identical effect has also been reported in Knoxville, Tennessee at 25.0% from Giza and in Klai, Vietnam at the 20.0% distance. Similar infrasound resonance has been reported in Atwater and Vallejo, California exactly 30.00% of the Earth's circumference from Giza. These sites exquisitely show the sacred geometric relationship 2:3:5, now called the Fibonacci proportion. The extreme precision of the distances of these infrasound anomalies to the Pyramids of Giza establishes a geometric relationship beyond any doubt - directly confirming the thoery of magnetic resonance.

This same phenonenon is simultaneously occurring with waves of piezoelectric firestorms in Ratria, India, Messina, Italy, Bodibe, South Africa, Seattle and Santa Barbara, USA.