Sound. Although we think little of sound, it plays a huge role in our lives. The voice of someone we love gives us a rush, and we gladly anticipate seeing the person. Sirens and screams at night can cause us worry and concern. Music can give us a high like no other thing, relaxing and energizing us. But sound can be used in various ways. The ancients apparently used it to lift heavy objects. It is also being used as a weapon against us, a weapon of control. But, what is sound? Nick Redfern says, quoting a source, that: “All sounds are vibrations traveling through the air as sound waves. Sound waves are caused by the vibrations of objects and radiate outward from their source in all directions.” Sound waves control us, alter our perceptions and destabilize us–physically and mentally. First, infrasound, an extremely low frequency sound below the 20 Hz mark and undetectable to the human ear. If you looked at it on a monitor it would be more spread out than sound received by a human, which is between 20 and 20,000 Hz. Ultrasound is at the end of the scale above the 20,000 mark, and it shows on the monitor as having tight peaks and valleys. Infrasound is undetectable to the human ear, but many animals use it to communicate over long distances. For humans infrasound can have negative effects. If it is aimed at a person, it produces many physical and psychological sensations, with audible and visual hallucinations. These things are interpreted as supernatural events, whereas they are being attacked by sound waves. “Mysteriously snuffed out candles, weird sensations and shivers down the spine may not be due to the presence of ghosts in haunted houses but to very low frequency sound that is not audible to humans,”reported the Associated Press in 2003, continuing: “British scientists have shown in a controlled experiment that the extreme bass sound known as infrasound produces a range of bizarre effects in people…” A formerly classified US Defense Intelligence Agency document, dated March 1976: “Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (Radiowaves and Microwaves)” in Eurasian Communist Countries stated: “The Eurasian Communist Countries are actively involved in evaluation of the biological significance of radio-waves and microwaves. Experimentation took place on both animals and humans. Low frequency sound waves were used to send messages into the skulls of the humans, and it was thought that the technology could be utilized to plunge them into sudden states of irritability, agitation, sleeplessness, depression, anxiety, forgetfulness and lack of concentration.” This “internal sound perception” has implications for the battlefield and control of whole populations. Now these weapons are used for crowd control. They will aim the weapon at a person’s lung, immediately disabling him. The person is on the ground and can’t breathe. It takes 2 minutes to recover and he is no doubt out of the action. When British women protested the US missiles being put in at Greenham Common, at a Royal Air Force Base, they were made sick by these weapons. At first, it was thought to be directed EM beam weapons that were making the women sick, but then the cause turned to ELF weapons, which had been tested at Taos, New Mexico. That brings us to the “Taos Hum.” It spread all over the world, but Bristol, England is the worst in terms of side effects. People have migraines and nosebleeds. When the humming stopped, so did the side effects. The humming sounds like a car engine idling some distance away. If what I’ve read is true-that there are many cities and train tunnels under the surface, then what people are hearing could be the sounds of machinery.