Infrasound Pulsations in Saffron Walden, England
by Leanne Ehren for the Haver Hill Weekly News
January 17, 2011
Dozens of people called emergency services reporting two large explosions and shaking in Saffron Walden - prompting suggestions the town could have been hit by an earthquake.
Firefighters received several calls just before 8pm last night.
It was previously thought the incident was caused by a fault at an electricity sub-station, but the authorities have now said this was not the case and the explosions are a mystery.
Caroline Mifsud, 37, from Saffron Walden, said: "My son heard an explosion and felt a shake and about ten minutes later there were police and fire engines everywhere. Everyone is talking about it on Facebook."
Police from Saffron Walden, Dunmow and Stansted and firefighters investigated the loud bangs and shaking, which had been reported by residents across the town centre and in villages further afield including Thaxted, Ashdon and Newport.
Paul Curtis, station officer in charge at Saffron Walden Fires Station, said: "It's a bit of a mystery.
"The power companies said there have been no reports of power loss and we investigated and could not find anything.
"We also checked with the military to see if they had conducted any training exercises."
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, 2,188 miles away from Saffron Walden, England (52.02°N 0.24°E), or 8.8% of the Earth's mean circumference of 24,892 miles. This ultra-low frequency acoustic energy in the range of the human heartbeat is creating micro-tremors that are not registered as earthquakes by seismologists, yet are reported by residents of several villages as loud explosive booms and shaking.
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.