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Yvonne
23rd January 2013, 14:00
Hi everyone -
Is anyone else getting calls from "UNKNOWN" , only to have chirps, static, and whistle type sounds left on voicemail? These calls happen at all hours.

spiritguide
23rd January 2013, 14:45
Sounds like fax data to me. If your number is close to a business fax number sometimes your number is misdialled and you get what is called a fax handshake.

norman
23rd January 2013, 14:53
Can you use a dial code to check the calling number ?

IF a calling number is not 'withheld' , google the number for any clues you can get.

Ammit
23rd January 2013, 14:57
Yvonne..

Did it sound like this...HERE (http://www.hark.com/clips/fxljdvsbpf-incoming-fax)

Lifebringer
23rd January 2013, 15:39
Yes, they're tapping the lines and that call was to connect and confirm by voice. Hello? Hello...hello? Schhhhhhh....echo everytime you talk?
Other end, (check)

Welcome to the peewee powers that were games of paranoia and straight up civil rights to privacy on a phone line violations and flat out spying, on those who are waking up. I sure hope they have enough recievers and processors because soon the world will outnumber the scary baby beasts of mischief.

Poof! Be Gone!!

RMorgan
23rd January 2013, 15:48
It happens all the time here in Brazil.

At least here, these calls are made by automated phone marketing systems.

When you answer the call, they record the time in their computers, in order to know when there are people at home, so they can call you a few days later to sell their "amazing products".

Itīs very annoying indeed.

Tesla_WTC_Solution
23rd January 2013, 16:02
Hey OP.

At my house, we have Comcast.
Well one day we didn't pay our bill and they shut off the phone.
They turned it back on but we had a new phone number, it turned to 4400. (last 4).

Well the next day my phone rings. I was like, HELLO?
This african american gentleman tells me,

"This is the Masons"

I was like, "OMG?" "Hi..?"

He said "is this Rachel Miller?"

I almost crapped my pants.

he wanted money "for the children" (shriner hospital parade)


BUT GAWD DAMN he freaked me OUT!

then our number changed back and i never heard his honey sweet brown voice again!

lawl

Peace of Mind
23rd January 2013, 16:27
Yes, they're tapping the lines and that call was to connect and confirm by voice. Hello? Hello...hello? Schhhhhhh....echo everytime you talk?
Other end, (check)

Welcome to the peewee powers that were games of paranoia and straight up civil rights to privacy on a phone line violations and flat out spying, on those who are waking up. I sure hope they have enough recievers and processors because soon the world will outnumber the scary baby beasts of mischief.

Poof! Be Gone!!
The OP sounds like a fax machine issue. But I've also been getting some strange phone calls lately. Noone answers, just silence at the other end. I hardly thought anything of it, not until they kept calling every other day doing the same exact thing. Imo, this is just more cowardly tactics by someone hoping to instill fear. I just can't see my self fearing anything, especially someone/s who clearly exhibits the very fear they are failing to pass off to me. tptb/elites are some of the most cowardly beings to exist, just look at how they go about doing things. I don't know how anyone can actually be scared of them. They (tptb) need people to keep the ideas of hopelessness and dispair in their minds, it's how they get most of their work done...by having their targeted do most of the work for them. The frightened are practically doing a job on themselves by fueling "those ideas" of succumbing to the negativity and wicketness of tptb.


Peace

Flash
23rd January 2013, 16:37
It happens all the time here in Brazil.

At least here, these calls are made by automated phone marketing systems.

When you answer the call, they record the time in their computers, in order to know when there are people at home, so they can call you a few days later to sell their "amazing products".

Itīs very annoying indeed.

Yes, the machine that does that is called a Predictive dialer, they load a huge list of phone numbers in it and it calls, detect if an answering machine answer or a human voice, when human voice is detected they pass the call to a live agent, the whole thing takes a few seconds, during which you say hello, hello, hello. Personnally, I hang up knowing what it is.

If your phone number is in a marketing list, this may happen many times a day.

The second thing is mistresses calling to check if the wife is home, or hear her voice in order to compete or wishing to fall on the lover husband, when they could finally talk to him.

The third possibility if prank calls.

Finally yes, it could be fax lines. However, my mom has had that for a while and they were not faxes. I think it has something to to with the computer line sharing the phone line and some automatic dialing from the computer. If the computer has been hacked for example to put it in a pool of computers for mischief usage. This happened to me and I passed all my computers on heavy duty security softwares and disconnected them at night, it stopped.

Yvonne
23rd January 2013, 20:31
No, nothing like a fax. And it's on my cell phone. I'll record it the next time it happens.

noprophet
23rd January 2013, 20:38
These are from a very old thread and may be related to what you're experiencing.

The first was me relaying my own incident and I've included Carmody's follow up [Hope you don't mind Carm] since I think it is also relevant.


About... oh... a month ago I guess i got a spoofed phone call.

I was BS'ing in the PA chat room and got a call from a local 206 area code. I don't usually answer numbers I don't recognize but I figured since it was local it might be someone I know.

When I answered it was just high pitched frequency jumble and noise - not like a modem/fax - but like if you had layers of sound and frequency modulation going on through them.

I was going to record it but then thought it better to just hang up. Freaked me out a little.

I called the number back and some Spanish guy answered who didn't speak English very well. I asked him a few times if he had just called me - he was confused. When he finally figured out what I was asking him he said no, he hadn't touched his phone all day.

Not sure if it was 'charles related' as I was making a lot of internet noise about free energy at the time.



I get those phone calls all the time. But I'm in the 'black helicopter' range of observation, so your millage may vary.

I get that.......when I make noises about free energy on the net.

Welcome to my world.

Sounds like fax machine, but not quite.

Sometimes I wonder if it is some programming like code designed to scramble human minds or some other such thing.

A good friend of mine, his brother designed all the switching systems in my area...but he'd never tell me if a backdoor were in them, but I have to assume. As if they wouldn't be.

However, this crew (Observers) may desire to fly totally under the radar, so it may be that in my case, things go wrong. like they did for you.

As Bill said, assume every bit of data on you is being observed. All of it.

Carmody
23rd January 2013, 21:06
Hi everyone -
Is anyone else getting calls from "UNKNOWN" , only to have chirps, static, and whistle type sounds left on voicemail? These calls happen at all hours.

Welcome to Avalon!

You must appear to know something, otherwise.... that tends to not happen.

In some countries there are specific laws that where created to shut down telemarketers who utilize what is known as 'the war dialer' technique, which is to call all numbers in an exchange. That telemarketing is apparently controlled. same for shutting down bill collectors who harass mercilessly...with intent to harm.

Note that these "telemarketers" work with total impunity.

And that the real surveillance calls and retrieval of phone calls via computerized means, that this sort of operation can work unimpeded and in the open, as people will assume that it is always telemarketers and always some scam. It allows people to hide in their own self lies. That it provides a 'safe answer' for those who desire to remain blank on the truth of things. This is psychology 101 class, folks. It's the basics, at play, in the high tech world of today and 'big brother'.

A half-wit surveillance and observation specialist could write this down in a memo, as a perfect technique, in as little as a few minutes, all while munching a sandwich on lunch break. It's an easy one.

This whole 'telemarketer and bill collector' thing can serve as a cover and 'hiding in plan sight' place for what is actually.... surveillance.

It is working beautifully, so far, is it not?

Carmody
23rd January 2013, 21:27
Yvonne..

Did it sound like this...HERE (http://www.hark.com/clips/fxljdvsbpf-incoming-fax)

Not even remotely like that.

I get it from BOTH directions. when I pick up on a call, and when people try to call me, they get it.

Come on guys, fix your surveillance hardware!

Geez!

Sometimes I think it is due to multiple parties being involved in surveillance.

That they bump into each other, trying to position themselves to look in the back window of the house, so to speak.

PurpleLama
23rd January 2013, 21:31
I have a certain friend who always has clicks in his phone calls, regardless of the phone he uses.

noprophet
23rd January 2013, 21:40
A few months ago I was working on a video presentation for the relation of black sun symbolism to the pupil [eye].

It showed the sun, the sun inverted, overlayed to an eye, overlayed with the eye-over-pyramid, overlayed with the masonic compass and square [showing angular concurrency], overlayed with an old cahtolic church that showed the same angular congruency in its architecture and featured a large black cube in the design.

It was meant to draw visual associations between the actual black sun cults, and the worship of the eye symbol. It was about the realization that reality management comes through perception management. [Ingo Swann called it intellectual phase-locking, I like this term.]

Before it was finished the power turned off in my computer room. No where else in the house. Just the computer room. No blown breakers, it came right back on a few seconds later. But the whole video work file was lost and I didn't feel like redoing the entire thing since many of the images hadn't been saved.

I am convinced that certain subjects are closely watched and strictly off limits.

Earth Angel
28th January 2013, 17:57
when this thread was started I got several phone calls every day from a Private name Private number.....I don't answer these, but usually if someone doesn't want to leave a message they hang up before it gets to that part, but not this caller, they leave it until I get a minutes worth of dial tone every time......they stopped call a few days ago.....but then....

Last night my husband daughter and I all retired for the night around 1:15, at 2:02 we heard a phone, yelled out to her to turn her phone off, she said its not mine....so we listened, it was still ringing and realized it was a cell phone downstairs.....my husbands......he uses her old phone but NO ONE ever calls it as he hardly even has it on.......we figured well maybe some friend of hers who isn't aware of the new number is calling it....went back to sleep.......at about 4:40 or so my cell phone starts ringing in our room..........my heart is thumping and I get up to answer, the screen says the caller name is ' Home"........which means our house phone......freaked out completely I answer it only to hear a very weird beeping noise somewhat like the link provided above......I hang up and look at my list of incoming calls to see was I imagining it was from HOME......and it s hows no incoming call .......and the time now is 4:44 ( not sure when the phone actually rang but within that minute)......now I am really freaking out and so is my husband.......so who could call me at 4:44 make a weird sound and have it NOT show up on my call history.....his phone which doesn't have call display shows he got a call from an unknown number at 2:02

If you look at my posts, I don't think I am important enough to be on anyone's hit list but this really freaked me out.

kaon
28th January 2013, 19:16
It happens all the time here in Brazil.

At least here, these calls are made by automated phone marketing systems.

When you answer the call, they record the time in their computers, in order to know when there are people at home, so they can call you a few days later to sell their "amazing products".

Itīs very annoying indeed.

Yes, the machine that does that is called a Predictive dialer, they load a huge list of phone numbers in it and it calls, detect if an answering machine answer or a human voice, when human voice is detected they pass the call to a live agent, the whole thing takes a few seconds, during which you say hello, hello, hello. Personnally, I hang up knowing what it is.

If your phone number is in a marketing list, this may happen many times a day.

The second thing is mistresses calling to check if the wife is home, or hear her voice in order to compete or wishing to fall on the lover husband, when they could finally talk to him.

The third possibility if prank calls.

Finally yes, it could be fax lines. However, my mom has had that for a while and they were not faxes. I think it has something to to with the computer line sharing the phone line and some automatic dialing from the computer. If the computer has been hacked for example to put it in a pool of computers for mischief usage. This happened to me and I passed all my computers on heavy duty security softwares and disconnected them at night, it stopped.

Yes. It does sound like a dialer. The dialers can be used to connect to a live body or simply call multiple times per day to see when someone actually picks up. When the data is compiled, it is sold in bulk with other phone #'s and CBRT's (can be reached times). The solution for the OP may be to put their # on a do not call list. That could alleviate marketing calls or at least rule out telemarketers as a culprit.

Earth Angel
28th January 2013, 20:55
well I don't think a dialer was calling my cell phone at 4:44 am and then somehow deleting the history of the call ...and the call display showed it was coming from my home phone

eni-al
28th January 2013, 23:16
Been getting silent calls and late hour calls, surveys and telemarketers usually with withheld numbers, some numbers picked up. Its all pretty normal these days, its calls coming in from places like India or Pakistan with cheap labour, while bosses and the sellers of information pockets thousands of pounds. A lot of calls are from scammers, its a black market of information exchange out there today. Maybe someone has got the 'your computer has a virus' call, they sell you or just offer bogus software that only steal yet more data, either financial details or a way to target you with more calls with things more relevant interests.
Only thing to do, is change the number, bit of hassle though.

Star Tsar
28th January 2013, 23:18
I have my house phone set to 3 rings then answer machine kicks in, if you don't answer I don't!

:)

Rahkyt
28th January 2013, 23:42
I haven't had a cell phone in 2 years. With those and with house phones in past years, the clicks were pervasive. Comes from being connected to the Military Industrial Complex pretty much half my life, I've always assumed. Had a house phone recently but didn't answer it much. Was more for calling out. Anybody I'm interested in talking to knows to email me with a time first. It would ring all the time and, sometimes when I would pick it up, I would hear some of those strange sounds you mention as well. I tend to concur with Carmody. Surveillance is so pervasive now that practically everyone is just one typed phrase or word away from alerting some computer system somewhere that you're entertaining non-mainstream thoughts.

toad
29th January 2013, 09:49
Yvonne..

Did it sound like this...HERE (http://www.hark.com/clips/fxljdvsbpf-incoming-fax)

Not even remotely like that.

I get it from BOTH directions. when I pick up on a call, and when people try to call me, they get it.

Come on guys, fix your surveillance hardware!

Geez!

Sometimes I think it is due to multiple parties being involved in surveillance.

That they bump into each other, trying to position themselves to look in the back window of the house, so to speak.

it is all digital these days, tapping a phone isn't going to cause any interference. Could be a number of things though, doubt it's anything malevolent.

Earth Angel
29th January 2013, 18:19
but does anyone know how a phone that registers all your incoming calls in the history could somehow NOT register this odd phone call at 4;44 am ?? plus the fact that the call display on the screen said it was my house that was calling me......my cell phone rings so rarely I almost don't recognize it when it does......I use it for texting all the time......I have also had weird texts that were from many days prior suddenly show up as current texts on my conversations......these would be texts where I was talking about some conspiracy theory and mentioned David Icke

i get the usual crap phone calls all day every day on my house phone but never anything like this on my cell phone

Sidney
29th January 2013, 18:46
This may seem off topic a bit, but I have been getting "new" type of click click click and high pitch tones in my right ear. I have had the ticking clicking for over a year, but recently it has changed to a new type. Sounds mechanical.??? Not sure what to think about it, but It certainly has the feel of some sort of eavesdropping device.


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Ok I may have just answered my own question here.


http://9-11themotherofallblackoperations.blogspot.com/2012/02/alternative-media-has-begun-to.html




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Annajalayah
29th January 2013, 19:38
Someone else here already mentioned that predictive dialers are responsible for a lot of those calls to landlines, we use to get them at an alarming rate despite enlisting on the DNC registry :( however something very strange that has happened with our cellphones is random calls with a garbled call display number, for instance the display will show "400" or "888" and then there's nothing or anyone on the line. Not sure what that's about.
Earth Angel, I too would feel concerned about the call to your cell, was there a record of the incoming call on your bill? do you get a list of incoming/outgoing calls from your provider each month?

MR Mojo
29th January 2013, 20:41
It means absolutely nothing, just don't respond with any kind of fear or trepidation as that's the goal.