Ominous sounds from the sky are back in the news and people from across the world are capturing the strange sinister noises on video with the MSM reporting on it, NASA putting out a response that no one seems to believe, and theories ranging from the seven trumpets from heaven signaling the apocalypse, to HAARP weaponry, to aliens scouting earth, are abound over the internet, in conspiracy forums and comment sections.
The first came from Belarus in 2008, while in the same year ‘ear-defeaning’ sounds were posted to YouTube by an anonymous user. And in June 2013, Kimberly Wookey. from British Columbia in Canada, recorded several noises coming from the sky.
It is now 2015 and once again YouTube is inundated with videos of these unexplained sounds with the New York Post and other news outlets, local and national, reporting on them and NASA issuing a statement saying they are earth's "natural radio emissions," calling them “tweeks,” “whistlers” and “sferics.”
Tectonic plates grinding – Tectonic plates are pieces of the Earth’s crust and uppermost mantle, together referred to as the lithosphere. The plates are around 100 km (62 mi) thick and consist of two principal types of material: oceanic crust (also called sima from silicon and magnesium) and continental crust (sial from silicon and aluminium).
Atmospheric pressure – Atmospheric pressure is defined as the force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above that surface.
Trains shunting – Self explanatory – noise comes from trains in reaction to the track and overhead wires.
Construction – Building works, especially if going on at the same time across a specific area, can led to similar sounds.
Aliens – Can this be an alien lifeform in the sky, perhaps scouring out Earth?
HAARP weapon – Rumours persist that the U.S. government uses secret weapons in the sky for defence and weather modifying, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). This wouldn’t explain the sounds in other countries however…
The Apocalypse and the Seven Trumpets of Heaven – Seven trumpets are sounded, one at a time, to cue apocalyptic events that were seen in the vision of the Revelation of Christ Jesus, by John of Patmos. Somewhat more worrying as it would signal the end of the world…
Related: Tech Times asks if these sky trumpets are "From God, Aliens, Or Just Our Planet?"
Over the years we have seen footage, from Germany, Canada, the USA, Ukraine and Belarus of similar sounding trumpet-like noises and the video below is a compilation from 2015, showing these strange noises are back and we still have no satisfactory explanation.
After listening to the examples shown below from 2015, feel free to tell us what you think these mysterious sounds are in the comment section.
Are these strange sounds in the sky the sound of apocalypse? The music announcing the end of the world?
There are dozens of strange sounds videos caught on video and then uploaded on Youtube to document this strange and unexplained phenomenon obviously coming from the sky.
Of course many of these weird noise video are hoaxes.
But as shown in the above video, the strange sounds phenomenon annoy residents of different towns around the world. Inhabitants of the USA, England and all over Europe, Canada, New Zealand and Australia are reporting these strange sounds from the sky and even the mainstream media is reporting on it.
In fact, one U.S. town is planning to spend thousands of dollars to hire an engineering firm to investigate where these strange sounds are coming from.
But what is the origin of these mysterious strange sounds in the sky?
At this point a lot of theories about these strange noises are being floated, but so far scientists have not been able to give us a definitive explanation for the source of these strange noises. So exactly what in the world is going on? Actually, nobody knows!
In the next clip we see, via the description "Strange, unidentified sounds have been heard for years over communities of all kinds the world over. Ranging from the insidious "Roar", which I have personally heard myself, to the unsettling "Voices" and "Shrieks" which haunt those who have encountered them.
This video compiles some of the best strange sky noises and presents them categorically according to their qualitative nature. We then look at some interesting sound analysis which possibly indicates musical qualities as well as the stunning hypothesis of a possible origin of these sounds.
Finally, the video covers some of the more exciting sky sound encounters involving cigar shaped UFOs, eerie flashes, and portal-like appearances accompanied by terrifying rumbles and ghostly trumpets."