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The One
27th March 2012, 19:25
http://beforeitsnews.com/ckfinder/userfiles/0000000000005416/images/apoc.JPG

Turn your volume up

Whats going on here

http://thirdsecret.org/3dmagazine/

RMorgan
27th March 2012, 19:29
Hey my friend.

Looks like a "work in progress" website about the apocalypse.

There are the four horseman as a background and those weird sound from youtube as a soundscape.

Cheers,

Raf.

Cilka
27th March 2012, 22:40
One word comes to my mind, irritating.

Kindred
28th March 2012, 01:05
I checked it out - it's an 'in progress' site connected to the '3rd secret of Fatima' forum. Has only 3 'working' links via the pictures on the first page. If you go into the site, you'll come across the 'real' 3rd Secret - that basically states that the Vatican and the Pope is no longer legitimate, and that the corner stone of the Vatican needs to be relocated to Fatima in Portugal, to build a new church/temple.

The first link goes to a page about an extremely deep well dug in Siberia, which allegedly 'broke through' to a 'hollow' at about 12000 meters. They sent a microphone down, and recorded 'the sounds of Hell'... that apparently scared them enough that the site was shut down.

The second is a compilation of all the 'trumpet sounds' that have been heard at various locations around the world, with the implication that these sounds are the Trumpets of the Apocalypse.

The third is an 'ultimatum' to the US - it has an aerial picture of Washington DC, showing the pentagram of the road design, with the White House at the 'beard' of the Satanic goat head within this shape. It goes on to have 2 video links to weather-related disasters in the US. This is a newly established link, as it is Not shown on the OP's screen grab.

The rest aren't linked to anything ... yet.

Apparently, an attempt to create a 'clearing house' of humanity's corruption, relative to the Catholic religion, centered on the Fatima Prophecies.

I don't see any issue with it, but it is a rather tedious set of links.

WhiteFeather
28th March 2012, 01:21
Very weird website, went to the main page. One topic i looked at. Was Jesus an alien. Check that out.

http://thirdsecret.org/content.php?271-Vatican-claims-that-Jesus-was-an-Alien

Knowrainknowrainbows!
28th March 2012, 01:52
http://thirdsecret.org/content.php?284-Researchers-Record-The-Screams-of-the-Damned-in-Hell

I'd heard of this before. Why "hell"? Sure, it sounds hellish for those whose voices we hear. But, what are other possibilities?
- a hoax?
- prisoners, kidnapped (abducted) people, children? Being abused, tortured, etc?
HOW could they plug the well ... ABANDON it???????? HOW????????

What thoughts have any of you?
KRKR
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Turcurulin
28th March 2012, 02:59
I'd heard of this before. Why "hell"? Sure, it sounds hellish for those whose voices we hear. But, what are other possibilities?
- a hoax?

We have a winner - This is a hoax. (You won't hear me make this claim often either... I love to believe things :p [This one's for you, Raf!])

They would have also needed a 12 km (7.46 miles) microphone cable... I don't think they make those, especially in 1982. I, and I'm sure several other musicians on the forum and elsewhere, would love to get one though... but not really. They would have needed giant flat-bed just to be able to transport the cable alone!

Hermite
28th March 2012, 11:55
I heard that recording years ago, and it was terrifying. I'd never heard anything like that before. But I don't believe in hell, other than that which we create for ourselves topside here. The memory of that recording has nagged at me all this time. Thank you so much Turcurulin for providing a picture now to go along with that memory, now it makes me chuckle. I still worry a little, though, about what those sounds were and hope they were electronically generated. Other possibilities do turn my stomach.

RMorgan
28th March 2012, 14:35
Hahahaha! Thanks mate!

Well, this "sounds from hell" recording was already debunked many times.

Itīs an audio clip from a horror movie.

Cheers,

Raf.



I'd heard of this before. Why "hell"? Sure, it sounds hellish for those whose voices we hear. But, what are other possibilities?
- a hoax?

We have a winner - This is a hoax. (You won't hear me make this claim often either... I love to believe things :p [This one's for you, Raf!])

They would have also needed a 12 km (7.46 miles) microphone cable... I don't think they make those, especially in 1982. I, and I'm sure several other musicians on the forum and elsewhere, would love to get one though... but not really. They would have needed giant flat-bed just to be able to transport the cable alone!

panopticon
29th March 2012, 11:34
G'day All,

I'm just back from a weeks wandering and came across this thread, so ever the one to have a look see, thought I'd do just that. I agree with the opinions expressed above that it is obviously a Christian, anti-Pope, apocalyptic website ("the world is going to end", "run around waving your arms in the air" kind of thing).
Having looked around the site here are my findings of two articles (yes the "dug a hole to Hell" story is fake)...

Researchers Record The Screams of the Damned in Hell
http://thirdsecret.org/content.php?284-Researchers-Record-The-Screams-of-the-Damned-in-Hell

This is an urban myth that has its origin, in part, at the 'Trinity Broadcasting Network'.
The audio that is used on this website as background "music", from a 1998 Art Bell show, can be traced back to a section of the 1972 movie 'Baron's Blood'. The excerpt from the movie and a debunking of the "sound scape" is provided below:

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A Norweigan bloke revealed how gullible the 'Trinity Broadcasting Network' was (http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/d/drilltohellfacts.htm) and how so many people can be convinced of absolute rubbish because of their faith in another (ie they are willing to give away their power):



However, there was still the Norwegian man, Age Rendalen, who had told the story of the ominous, bat-like creature emerging from the drill-hole. The article in the Trinity Broadcasting Network newsletter said he lived near Oslo, so we called directory assistance and found him in about 45 seconds. I talked with him on the phone myself:

'Are you the one who sent information to a Christian television network in the United States about scientists drilling into hell?' I asked.
'Yes,' he said without hesitation.

'Well,' I continued, 'Do you have any way of knowing whether it is true?'

'Yes I do,' he replied.

'Tell me about it,' I asked.

'None of it is true,' he said. 'I fabricated every word of it!'

Rendalen went on to explain that he had visited the US a few weeks earlier and had seen the host of a Christian television program enthusiastically relating the Drilling to Hell story. He told me: 'I couldn't believe that the hosts really thought the story was true and that they would broadcast it without apparently having checked it out.'
When he returned to Norway, Rendalen sat down and fabricated the graphic story of the bat-like creature and sent his letter to the television network. His prediction was that they would use the story without investigating it. To make an investigation easy for them, he included his name, address and telephone number on his letter. He also included what he claimed was an article on the story from 'Norway's largest and most reputable newspaper'. In fact, the article, which he falsely translated, was a piece in his local community paper about a building inspector.

Rendalen also included the name and telephone number of a pastor friend based in Southern California. This pastor knew about the hoax and was prepared to reveal the truth if someone called to research it further with him.

However, as predicted, Trinity Broadcasting Network ran the story without contacting Renalden or the Californian pastor, and it appeared on television, radio and in a large number of publications. None of those who used the story attempted to research it before going public.


Says it all really doesn't it.

Next I had a look at...

Catholic Cardinals and Bishops Revolt Against Benedict XVI
http://thirdsecret.org/content.php?156-Catholic-cardinals-and-Bishops-refuse-to-shake-hands-with-Benedict-XVI



The Cause is that many Cardinals around the world think that Benedict XVI's authority was removed by God publicly, this happened during the World youth Day this year, this is called ''Defenestration''.

In this shocking video, a violent storms attacks Benedict XVI and removes his zucchetto, (hat) which is the symbol of authority.

As recorded in the book of Kings II in the Bible, Jezebel was defenestrated at Jezreel by her own servants at the urging of Jehu. (2 Kings 9: 33)


This may or may not be correct but the use of the term defenestration in this context is just plain weird:

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Defenestration is usually defined as when a person is either thrown or throws themselves from a window. In the story from Kings 2 Jezebel is thrown from the window onto the ground below. It is more rarely used in relation to a swift removal of an individual from a position of power...
The Popes hat blowing off in a wind gust is not defenestration... It is an inconvenience... Oh, and the zucchetto is not a symbol of the Popes power, it is a hat that he wears during mass (or so my brief reading on the subject tells me) and is often given away to others (certainly not a symbol of power then is it?)...
The author is just trying to make it sound impressive I reckon to make this minor irritation into an "event".

As for the video of the Pope being snubbed... Complete bollocks in my opinion. He just seems to be introducing people and some shake his hand (probably because they are Catholic Cardinals and really excited to be near the Pope) while others don't. That's all I see. Again, this appears to be an example of the way people manipulate things to further their own agenda...

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I don't particularly care for the Roman catholic Church (or any Church for that matter) but this is just ridiculous non-sense and should be treated as such.

So in regards to my opinion of 'The Third Secret Of Fatima' website...
The site just seems to be another "born again" apocalypse site and should, in my opinion and as illustrated in my examples of this sites content, be treated at the very least as unreliable and/or inaccurate.

Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

Sources:
http://thirdsecret.org/content.php?284-Researchers-Record-The-Screams-of-the-Damned-in-Hell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tziBhU0A5aQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWo6kTsoiv4
http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/d/drilltohellfacts.htm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7Ghrxx9Ajw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHZ6e_-Mec4
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/defenestration
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defenestration
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Well_to_Hell_hoax
http://www.snopes.com/religion/wellhell.asp
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15765b.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zucchetto

Cilka
29th March 2012, 22:00
I have a tape recording of a high pitched voice on it that sounds like a man speaking. I recorded this while I was asleep, I lived in a house two years ago that had some strange things happening in it so I got myself a voice activated recorder. I also have two entities speaking on the tape as well while there is some banging going on, the banging sounded liike someone was breaking dishes or something. I have not found out why the house was haunted for certain, I just knew that many years ago there were indian burrials at that location.

I need to purchase a software that can be used to slow down the high pitched voice. Does anyone know of a software like that on the market?

panopticon
30th March 2012, 00:59
I have a tape recording of a high pitched voice on it that sounds like a man speaking. I recorded this while I was asleep, I lived in a house two years ago that had some strange things happening in it so I got myself a voice activated recorder. I also have two entities speaking on the tape as well while there is some banging going on, the banging sounded liike someone was breaking dishes or something. I have not found out why the house was haunted for certain, I just knew that many years ago there were indian burrials at that location.

I need to purchase a software that can be used to slow down the high pitched voice. Does anyone know of a software like that on the market?

G'day Cilka,

The free, fully mature, open source, audio editing and recording software program 'Audacity (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audacity)' should do that job.
Download from the main website:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

Cilka
30th March 2012, 03:01
I have a tape recording of a high pitched voice on it that sounds like a man speaking. I recorded this while I was asleep, I lived in a house two years ago that had some strange things happening in it so I got myself a voice activated recorder. I also have two entities speaking on the tape as well while there is some banging going on, the banging sounded liike someone was breaking dishes or something. I have not found out why the house was haunted for certain, I just knew that many years ago there were indian burrials at that location.

I need to purchase a software that can be used to slow down the high pitched voice. Does anyone know of a software like that on the market?

G'day Cilka,

The free, fully mature, open source, audio editing and recording software program 'Audacity (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audacity)' should do that job.
Download from the main website:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
Kind Regards, :yo:
Panopticon

Hey, thanks, I will try it. I hope it will work. I am kind of feeling nervous about it. What if it, what ever it was speaking on the tape, said that it was going to kill me or something. Well, I am still alive, so that's good news. I will let you know how it worked.