12.12.2010

Infrasound Pulsations in Novato, California


California, US: Source of Loud Boom Continues to be Mysterious

by Brent Ainsworth for the Novato Patch
December 12, 2010

A loud boom that shocked residents in a section of Novato's west side Saturday night prompted about nine calls to the police, but nothing could be found as the source, police said Sunday.

Calls came in at 8:50 p.m. and two officers responded to neighborhoods around Simmons Lane and Novato Boulevard, not far from Pioneer Park and The Square shopping center. Lt. Dave Jeffries said police received "eight or nine calls in the first two or three minutes after that, but we were not able to locate a source."

Jeffries said sometimes the wider the spread of the phone calls the harder it is for responders to pinpoint its location. He said there would have been calls about a power outage had an electrical transformer blown.




Analysis

West Novato, California is situated along a precise north-south resonant alignment that is shared by previous years' crop circle events as well as spontaneous fires involving superheated metals in a cellphone in Vallejo and a parked car in San Mateo. Following the same alignment due north through Washington state, I've collected reports from all kinds of anomalous events taking place in the Seattle area, including loud infrasound booming events as well as spontaneous fires, electrical outages and underground explosions.

The underlying cause of all of these unusual events and their precise north-south alignment is the invisible and inaudible natural force of infrasound standing wave resonance focused onto the various hotspots by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt. West Novato, California (38.10N 122.62W) is 7,451 miles from Giza, comprising 29.94% of the Earth's mean circumference. This resonant sacred distance reflects the Fibonacci (or golden ratio) of 30.0% from the pyramids also shared by other areas in California where ultra-low frequency booming has also been reported, inlcuding Atwater and Arroyo Grande.

The infrasound booming occurring at these sites reflect the waves of energy emitted from the sun that becomes transduced by the bedrock of the Earth into a nonlinear field of infrasound standing waves that will continue to irradiate hotspots like Tenerife, Babura, Lalapansi, Mapuve, Bodibe, Landovica, Longford, Messina, Peschici, Berici, across northern Greece, Ratria, Goa, Kishtwar, Rangrik, Santo Tomas, Melipilla, and in the US in Seattle, Colorado Springs, San Mateo, Vallejo and Santa Barbara.