Reports from ufologists worldwide – that are funneled to members of the Oregon UFO “watchers” who meet regularly here at Stonefield Beach or up the coast at Bray’s Point to view what’s become “regular UFO sightings” – note “mysterious” or “strange noises or sounds” that seem to ring in both the surrounding environment, and “one’s ears” (and it’s not tinnitus) after a UFO sighting. “We’ve read about these noises for a long time now, and it’s starting to bug us now because we can’t get the sounds out of our heads,” asserts Errol, who’s a “watcher” leader and a Vietnam War veteran who admits to a long list of ills, but not tinnitus, or ringing in one’s ears. In turn, it was 101 years ago, on Jan. 20, 1911, that the American avant guard artist and self-proclaimed “hybrid alien” Loie Fuller gave a “Lecture on Radium” in London that astounded the world when she unveiled something called “Radium,” that she explained “can bring to our vision those things which we cannot see, but one can hear its influence.”
Strange sounds at Stonefield Beach
Fuller also talked of “magic in the air” back 101 years ago, stating that “nature’s magic” also comes from outer space “yet no one understand its being, or cause of being, nor its results of being.”
In turn, those who watch the sky here at Stonefield Beach, admit that the “strange sounds” are not just something coming from the local environment or even the mighty Pacific Ocean, but “something very strange;” with locals here on the coast calling it a sort of “keening wail,” or sounds in one’s head with frequencies “that pluck at the nerves in your brain.”
For instance, locals told Huliq, during a Jan. 19 interview, that researchers from nearby Oregon State University are checking out the reports of “strange sounds,” that’s now been described as “distant brittle cracks that stretch like a tightwire through the air;” with others saying these noises have caused a “ceaseless hum in one’s head.”
Science tries to explain away those “sounds” in your head
As a sign of the times, Google trends notes that the term “strange sounds” as a popular “search” suddenly rose after each recent UFO sighting; while a Jan. 16 report on numerous overseas TV stations stated that a persistent and “strange humming sound” has been reported worldwide; with complaints coming in by the thousands in England, Sweden, Canada, the U.S., Hungary, Denmark, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic and Russia that these “strange noises” are heard out in public, in the environment, and most alarmingly in “people’s heads.”
While leading scientists says these reports of strange noises or sounds in the air is “fascinating,” the official scientific explanation for the sounds, according to sciencedaily.com, is a based on a new scientific theory from “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), where researchers from the University of Liege in Belgium “used brain imaging to study responses to sounds” claimed to be happening after UFO sightings; while ufologists have different views on the “why” of the sounds being “possible pre-invasion” communications, or simply “a way to drive people on Earth crazy” before “they” reveal themselves in mass.
In turn, PNAS scientists’ thing human “perception of the environment” may be influenced after a UFO sighting or even an alien abduction. However, the extent to which the human brain responds to environmental noises – from the planet or even the universe – “remains unclear.”
Science can't pin-point sounds?
Also, sciencedaily.com noted in a report early last year, those PNAS scientists who are studying “brain activity in the face of noise” being “controlled by specific brain waves” differs with those people studied in different parts of the world.
In particular, sciencedaily.com reported that “waves called sleep 'spindles' prevent the transmission of sounds to auditory brain regions. Conversely, when sounds are associated with brain waves called 'K-complexes', activation of auditory areas is larger.”
Thus, scientists can prove where these strange sounds are coming from due to “human perception of the environment” is still not fully understood; in much the same way as was radium back 100 years ago.
Sounds occur after a UFO sighting
Also, in January 2012, the big news with ufologists worldwide is “what’s causing these mysterious noises or sounds,” that are being reported right after a UFO sighing and then linger in the brains of humans who report “going a little crazy because we get the sounds out of our heads.”
Moreover, Errol said that he and other Oregon UFO “watchers” – who communicate via the Internet with contacts worldwide – report that “nothing has caught our attention more than the great number of reports since the start of 2012 about these strange noises or sounds “that people from every part of the planet report both in the air outside and in their minds or brains.”
In fact, the FBI’s once top secret UFO files and documents – that are now public in an edited format on “The Vault,” vault.fbi.gov, feature a report about Loie Fuller and most especially about the link between “sounds” associated with post-UFO sightings that span more than 60 years of documented reports; including people “going mad” after not being able to get these possible “alien noises” our of their mind or brain.
Loie Fuller exposes alien sounds 101 years ago
“Let us first understand what we mean by the word magic,” stated Loie Fuller in the opening of her now famous “Lecture on Radium” in London, some 101 years ago, on Jan. 20, 1911. “Magic is a mystery and a thing of mystery because we do not understand it. There are two magic’s and many mysteries which are not magical but what I wish to refer to now are those that come under the head of magic. There
She was called a “quite eccentric choreographer,” but Mary Louise Fuller – known by ufologists and art fans as “Loie Fuller” – was much more than someone that history books note “could impress and even scare the infamous Isadora Duncan.” History books also call Fuller a “hypochondriac and perhaps mentally ill for her claims to have communed with aliens; while even dubbing herself a “hybrid,” due to her out of this world points of view.
For instance, Fuller formed a close friendship with Queen Marie of Romania at a time when Romania’s “Transylvania” region in the central part of the country, and nearby Carpathian mountain range, were ripe with reports of UFO sightings and aliens being viewed as vampires, werewolves and other creatures that locals could not easily explain away some 100 years ago.
Fuller was friends with Madam Curie
Leading scientific histories point to “Loie Fuller” as much more than just an eccentric, or hypochondriac, but as someone who had a her own scientific laboratory, and telescope, who was considered “marvelously intelligent beyond human abilities,” stated her close friends Marie Sklodowska-Curie (Madam Curie) and her husband Pierre Curie, who are credited with the discovery of radium, in the form of radium chloride, when the Curie’s announced it in 1898.
Thus, this unique woman -- who claimed she communed with aliens “from another world” -- prompting Loie Fuller’s friends, the Curie’s, to get Fuller on board the radium bandwagon and proclaim the good news about “this magic,” during Fuller’s famous London lecture some 101 years ago, on Jan. 20, 1911.
Moreover, a recently published book, “Radioactive: Marie and Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout” by Lauren Rednisss, opens with Fuller’s London lecture statement.
Radium is a chemical element with atomic number 88, represented by the symbol Ra, states a University of Oregon physics text book; while also explaining that “radium is an almost pure-white alkaline Earth metal, but it readily oxidizes on exposure to air, becoming black in color. All isotopes of radium are highly radioactive, with the most stable isotope being radiu-226, which has a “half-life of 1601 years and decays into radon gas.
Fuller states radium a “gift from the gods”
Fuller, in the close to her famous 1911 lecture in London on “Radium,” stated that: “If it can show us the soul as it leaves man by registering it on the photographic plate, if it can be the means of photographing our imagination, so that the eye can see it, what will we not believe, we materialists who think that only things we realized with our human senses are real. To see, to feel, to smell, to hear, to taste, these are only invisible facts – but which we acknowledge are real – the sensations of horror that kills, of grief that prostrates, joy that uplifts, and faith that cures – what if these things can be registered and seen apart from the body, are they not then material things? And, may they not indicate that other invisible materials and beings exist – which are in reality material if, we had the human capacity for observing them?”
Image source of a rare portrait of Loïe Fuller, by Frederick Glasier, in 1902, when Fuller presented herself on stage with the “sound that the Earth makes” which is sometimes silent, and sometimes very loud as recently expressed by concerned citizens of the world who are reporting strange sounds in their local environment and even “in their minds” after the now somewhat usual UFO sightings in the sky where they live. Photo courtesy Wikipedia from the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loie_Fuller