Browsing: Mysteries

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‘It was Ernst Chladni (1756–1827), a German jurist, physicist, and musician now known as the Father of Acoustics, who had developed the precursor to Cymatics (to kyma, the wave; ta kymatika, matters pertaining to waves, wave matters.) in the early 1800s. Chladni repeated the pioneering experiments of Robert Hooke of Oxford University who, on July 8, 1680, had observed the nodal patterns associated with the vibrations of glass plates. Hooke ran a violin bow along the edge of a plate covered with flour, and saw the nodal patterns emerge.[i]

In a demonstration to Napoleon in 1809, Chladni placed sand in a plate fixed to a pedestal and drew a violin bow around the plate, causing the sand to shift into intricate designs, effectively making sound waves visible. In the 1900s Hans Jenny, building on Chladni’s work, studied and documented the effects of sound vibrations on fluids, powders, and liquid paste. He would place these substances on a steel plate and then vibrate the plate at different frequencies, observing that a given vibrational frequency would organize the substance(s) into particular patterns.’

Read more: Sound into Form: Cymatics Insights and the Sri Yantra


Mysterious shadow figure walking on clouds plane passenger

‘Passenger Nick O’Donoghue was on board an EasyJet flight flying back from Austria to Cork when his fellow passengers began to point to a strange phenomenon outside the aircraft.

Mr. O’Donoghue told to the Dailymail: ‘I was gazing out the window and was amazed to see a figure in the distance in front of us and then as we flew closer the bizarre shape of a human-like figure walking along the clouds appeared.’

Read more: Mysterious shadow figure walking on clouds captured by plane passenger



‘An artist has created in a stunning circular image of the entire observable universe using NASA images based on astronomical surveys provided by Princeton University. It’s also quintessentially geocentric – with Earth’s solar system right at the center.

The South American artist and musician, Pablo Carlos Budassi, captured in his universe map the outer rings of the Milky Way, surrounded by the Kuiper belt, the neighboring Andromeda galaxy, and other star formations, then encircled these star clusters with a ring of plasma left over from the Big Bang.’

Read more: Artist creates amazing map of entire universe in one image



‘A large fire has broken out in the 63-story luxury Address Hotel in downtown Dubai.

It is unclear how the blaze began, but officials said it started on the exterior of the 20th floor, according to CNN. The incident occurs mere hours before the United Arab Emirates city was about to launch a New Years Eve fireworks display and engulfed at least 20 stories of the five-star hotel.’

Read more: Massive Fire Engulfs Dubai Hotel Skyscraper



‘We’ve all heard rumors of secret government underground facilities such as Area 51 or Cheyenne Mountain, but how many of these facilities could there be, and what is taking place at these bases that is so secretive?

Approximately 83 miles (or 134 KM) north-northwest of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, exists a top secret U.S. military installation dubbed by pop culture as Area 51 but insiders refer to it as Dreamland, the Nevada Test and Training Range, Watertown, Home Base, Homey Airport, or specific sites such as S-2, S-3 and the infamous S-4. The number 51 is only significant to land surveying, since the site exists in the dry bed of Groom Lake on grid square number 51 near the intersecting boarders of three counties in southern Nevada: Clark County, Lincoln County and Nye County.

The nuclear testing site located just to the north is, for example, called Area 13, also named for the stretch of land it occupies. Within grid square 51 is a6-by-10-mile block of land, at the center of which is a large air base the government will not discuss. This air base has the longest air traffic runway on planet Earth, but that’s just what is on the surface.’

Read more: The Dulce Underground Base: How Deep Does This Rabbit Hole Go?



DJ Andy Peebles, one of the last people to see John Lennon alive:

Given that the Lennons never went anywhere without their bodyguards – despite John’s insistence that he loved living in New York because he could move around freely, visiting cinemas, restaurants and galleries without being bothered by fans – Andy remains incredulous that the minders were missing on the night John died.

He says: ‘They had their own two uniformed security guards, who accompanied them at all times. Blue blazers, slacks, built like brick outhouses. I didn’t get to learn their names. They were definitely armed: I could see their gun holsters under their unbuttoned jackets.

‘On the night that John was murdered, it turned out, they were nowhere to be seen. I have so often wondered: where were they?

‘Those guys were with John and Yoko all the time – apart from the night that John was killed. Why not that night?

‘For 35 years, there have been more questions than answers.’

Read more: Lennon bodyguards were mysteriously missing when he was killed – DJ Andy Peebles



‘A mangled, deranged face with bloodshot eyes tops a furry black body. Giant horns curl up from his head, displaying his half-goat, half-demon lineage. Behind this terror, a dozen more stomp through the snow of the streets of Lienz, Austria, among a din of cowbell jangles. The creatures dash through the streets, chasing giggling children and adults alike, poking them with sticks and scaring some with the realization that they were naughty this year.

Lienz’ annual Krampus Parade, also known as Perchtenlauf or Klaubaufe, resurrects a centuries-old tradition: Young men in town dress up as the mythical creature and parade through the streets in an ancient pagan ritual meant to disperse winter’s ghosts. They march dressed in fur suits and carved wooden masks and carrying cowbells. The tradition—also known as the Krampuslauf, or Krampus Run—is having a resurgence throughout Austria, Germany, Slovenia, Hungary and the Czech Republic, and has gained recognition in the United States.’

Read more: The Origin of Krampus, Europe’s Evil Twist on Santa

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