Infrasound Pulsations in Nashville, TN and Menomonee Falls, WI
by anonymous correspondent for Earthfiles
January 5, 2011
Dear Linda, My family and I northeast of Nashville, Tennessee, have made a discovery that I hope someone can explain. It coincides with the bird fall in Arkansas and fish kill there. According to reports, people there in Bebee, Arkansas, heard fireworks before it happened with all the birds and that would have been one explanation.
I was home on New Years Eve completing an online continuing education real estate course. The weather here in Tenn. northeast of Nashville was rainy. Close to midnight, I heard very loud booms (similar to cannons), and I remember thinking that someone had really spent a lot of money on the fireworks since it sounded just like the loud professional displays the city does on July 4th. This would have been odd since we live in a rural neighborhood and any fireworks that residents set off are never that loud or large. I have lived here for 27 years.
After several more loud booms, I went to the door to see these displays, but I saw nothing. At the time, I just assumed I could not see them from my vantage point (although I was looking towards the direction the loud booms seemed to come from.)
Oddly, my sister in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, called the next day and said that while she was sitting in her car near the midnight hour of New Years and afterward, she heard loud booms, and it scared her. Several before 12 midnite and going on past midnite. She said it did not sound like thunder, but like cannons ...very odd.
Today, I talked with my daughter who lives an hour south of me in Thompson Station, Tenn. and she reported also hearing loud booms, like cannons, which she and her husband thought were fireworks, although they had never heard this type in their neighborhood before.
So now I am wondering - what everyone thought were fireworks were they actually something else, something that was heard in several states and maybe something that was somehow related to what happened in Bebee? Or in Sweden where they also reported fireworks before the birds fell.
If someone was testing a weapon, or other device, what a convenient time of loud fireworks to test it. Everyone would think it was fireworks and then dismiss it. I always enjoy hearing your reports on Coast to Coast AM, and thought you might find this observation interesting. Sure is a mystery.
The succinct details provided in this report bear careful analysis, and can be completely explained by the new physics of infrasound standing waves as shared throughout this site. As the writer has noticed, these events are connected with an ultra-low frequency acoustic effect that sounds like fireworks exploding overhead, and has been recorded for hours overnight throughout the Seattle, Washington area.
It is quite likely that this sound will not go away, but instead may become even louder as the Earth is beginning the process of magnetic reversal. This mystery can be explained by a nonlinear infrasound structure of planetary resonance, being focused by the extant pyramid structures around the world. While the planetary hum likely emanates from the magnetic North pole, the precisely geopositioned pyramids have been designed to focus this energy into a coherent mandala pattern, as recounted by indigenous traditions around the world.
The prime transducers of infrasound are the Orion pyramids at Giza, 6,334 miles away from Nashville, Tennessee (36.16°N 86.18°W), or 25.45% of the Earth's mean circumference of 24,892 miles. Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin (43.09°N 88.11°W) is 6,118 miles distant from Giza, or 24.58% of the Earth's mean circumference. These two localities are among dozens of active convergence points of infrasound resonance that have become visible to Doppler radar (seen above in January of 2003) as the ultra-low frequency waves raise a stationary, many-layered canopy of water vapor into the atmosphere.
Much more extreme manifestations of this resonance are waves of infrasound induced piezoelectric fires that are now simultaneously occurring in Tenerife, Babura, Lalapansi, Mapuve, Bodibe, Landovica, Longford, Messina, Peschici, Berici, across northern Greece, Ratria, Kakori, Goa, Kishtwar, Rangrik, Santo Tomas, Kota Baru, Melipilla, and in the US in Seattle, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, San Mateo, Vallejo, Santa Barbara and New York City.