Have any Angeleno Examiner readers heard this phenomenon for themselves?
From cities all over the world, including Los Angeles, there have been reports of an eerie and strange set of sounds from the sky that are much like a symphony warming up, and man, are they ever loud! Some who have reported it say that it sounds like angelic trumpets and the references to the book of Revelations start coming out of the woodwork.
Others are quick to blame it on HAARP which is the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program that is run by The United States Air Force, The U.S. Navy, The University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). HAARP’s purpose is supposedly to analyze the ionosphere and research the possibilities for creating ionospheric enhancement technology. This project began in 1993 when work on the HAARP station began. Since its inception, HAARP has been blamed for everything “under the sun” from natural disasters to global warming. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that these strange noises are also said by some to be caused by the aforementioned government research program.
Well, what if it is not the HAARP research that is causing this phenomenon? Could it really be the sounds of the heavens getting ready for the apocalypse? Apparently it’s even been recorded on the Google Earth Map. In a You Tube video by “mygreenday69”, approximately thirty-three are pinned on the map from all over the world.The URL for that is http://youtu.be/UxXeFhlq8Pg. That particular video gives a fairly complete look at where the sounds have been reported up to January 18, 2012. Other reports have occurred since then, including a You Tube report from February 19, 2013 in Alberta Canada. Unless, either Uncle Sam fesses up, or the Vatican releases a formal statement saying that our number is truly up and it is really the end (for real this time), there really is no way to be sure just what is causing the strange noises that are apparently being experienced all over the world. ‘Any thoughts, Examiner readers?
~Until next time, Traci Otake, Los Angeles Paranormal Examiner