Weird, Creepy Sound Heard from the Sky in Batangas, Philippines Explanation (Video)
A weird, creepy sound was allegedly heard from the sky in Batangas, Philippines last Thursday, June 4, 2015. The video where the said sound was heard was first uploaded by Vincent Andy Magnaye on his Facebook page, and eventually went viral. Nevertheless, below is a video of a solid explanation about this.
Apparently, Magnaye said the heard this strange sound at around 3 pm that day, a few minutes before it started to rain. He claimed that his video is real, and that his neighbors also heard it. He also noted that his mother told him to stop the recording, which is why the video is short and lasted for only one minute.
Interestingly, there were various speculations on the possible source of the sound. Some netizens say that it might be caused by the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), an ionospheric research program funded by the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and other American agencies.
On the other hand, the the NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has an earlier explanation about this. According to them, this strange trumpet sound comes from the natural radio emissions of the earth. Therefore, this phenomenon could be real except that many of us are not aware about it.
Meanwhile, many Christians believe that this trumpet sound came from the Angels of God, and is a signal that Judgment Day is coming very soon. With Christianity dominating the religious groups here in the Philippines, it is safe to say that the video of Magnaye can easily convince people that it is for real.
But just any person who do some research before believing in anything we see or watch in the Internet, we at TN found a YouTube video by a Chris White uploaded on May 28, 2015. Here, he explained on what could be source of the strange sound, which Magnaye admitted that it was the same sound he heard in Batangas.
To start with, Chris White is a notable filmmaker and has produced tons of documentaries about various topics. He has lectured mostly about biblical prophecy, 2012 doomsday theories, and how to refute false teaching from a biblical perspective. Therefore, we can conclude that his explanations are logical.
On his latest video, Mr. White emphasized that some of these videos are real but some of them are hoax. He said that such videos were uploaded years back, and were uploaded again this 2015 but on different locations. He noted that the origin of the strange sound came from the 2011 ‘Red State’ movie.
On a particular movie, there was a scene where some Christians heard a prank trumpet sound from a loudspeaker to make them believe that the Apocalypse mentioned in the Bible is coming. Apparently, the same sound was used in a YouTube video from Ukraine, uploaded on August 11, 2011.
Unfortunately, some people who want to make money from YouTube copied the sound and used on their videos to fool people. As observed by Mr. White, not only the trumpet sound was the same, but also the background noise and the bird chips as well. The same sound was also used recently in a video from Texas.
For the real videos, Chris White explained that the source of the strange sound is quite obvious. Some of them came from train brakes, industrial machines, and even from bad weather condition. However, the sound produced was far different from the sound heard allegedly heard in Ukraine, and recently in Batangas.
Interestingly, the sound from the video from Ukraine and Batangas are exactly the same. In fact, Vincent Andy Magnaye admitted that the sound he heard is exactly the same from the videos he watched in YouTube. Now, can we conclude that he just copied the sound from the Ukraine video? Be the judge.
And by the way, there is an explanation in the Bible about this so-called ‘Trumpet of God’ that will signal the rapture. According to 1 Corinthian 15:52, “In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.”
Assuming that all of us are Christians who believe in the Bible, the phrase “twinkling of an eye” suggests that once we hear the trumpet sound, none of us will be able to record that sound. Obviously, no one can also uploaded the video on YouTube. We will not be able to publish this post, and you are not reading it now.