In the Central American nation of Costa Rica, some strange things are happening, and it is obviously causing worldwide intrigue. Early Monday morning just around the stroke of midnight, Costa Ricans all over the country began to report hearing a strange sound, similar to ocean waves, but much louder and sinister in nature. This was not an isolated incident. Reports of the sound literally stretched from one end of the country to the other. From Herida, in the Central Valley, to Perez Zeledon and Dominical, the sound was heard by thousands and documented by many videos that can be found on YouTube, or right here on Common Sense Conspiracy.
Most Costa Ricans have dismissed the sounds for the most part. The internet is alive with chatter about it worldwide, in fact it’s even reached tourists staying in Paris hotels, but few in the country itself think that the sound is of some supernatural origin. A lot of the fervor around the world comes from other reports of strange sounds in different locales paired with a heavy dose of religious undertones. Even the Costa Rican media got in on the act, with one news channel reporting the strange sounds as being “apocalyptic” and predicted in the Bible. Making it more impressive is the similarity of the sound with other reported instances. For example, hikers staying at cheap hotels in the Colorado area captured a similar sound back in August. Residents of Kiev also had a similar experience. In Lublino, Poland another such incident took place in August.
Adding to the drama, the volcano Turrialba erupted on January 12, 2012, just three days after the ominous sounds were heard. The volcano has been dormant since 1864 previously, making it a very noteworthy event. Experts report that Turrialba is capable of causing a Mount St. Helens-type disaster at basically any moment. Earthquakes led up to the eruption of ash, with 75 separate earthquakes recorded on the same day in Cartago (January 11).
A lot of commotion has been made about these sounds being related to predictions in the Book of Revelations in the Bible. The main reference in question is Chapter Eight, where the trumpets are featured prominently.
8:3 Another angel came and stood over the altar, having a golden censer. Much incense was given to him, that he should add it to the prayers of all the saints on the golden altar which was before the throne.
8:7 The first sounded, and there followed hail and fire, mixed with blood, and they were thrown to the earth. One third of the earth was burnt up, and one third of the trees were burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.
8:12 The fourth angel sounded, and one third of the sun was struck, and one third of the moon, and one third of the stars; so that one third of them would be darkened, and the day wouldn’t shine for one third of it, and the night in the same way.
8:13 I saw, and I heard an eagle, flying in mid heaven, saying with a loud voice, “Woe! Woe! Woe for those who dwell on the earth, because of the other voices of the trumpets of the three angels, who are yet to sound!”
In any case, the debate is on and many are curious about these happenings. We at Common Sense Conspiracy continue to analyze the data as it comes in and will do what we do diligently. In the meantime, let’s put it to the test:
For the record, Costa Rican officials have blamed the noises on reverberations from fireworks at the last night of the Zapote fair. However, this was quickly shot down by conspiracy theorists as Zapote is located smack in the middle of Costa Rica and surrounded by a very high mountain range that takes three hours to cross by automobile. That’s some hellacious fireworks. More like nukes being dropped one after another.