Dear Kent and Liz,

Thank you very much for the insight and possible meanings to this sound, as well as my comment, "What a weird sound!" I listened to your half-speed recording, Liz, and can make myself hear the last word in, "I see.... Iwoudn't survive!" But barely. The word "survive" drops off too fast, and sounds more like "serve." Could I have meant to say, " I would not serve." When played in reverse at normal speed, one gets, "I see.... I wouldn't saloat!" I interpret the last word as "salute," which from analyzing my own psyche means that I would not take orders from them. I would not serve them. In that respect, I guess I wouldn't survive if conscripted! I was a little shocked that one could get any wording from playing my comment backwards, but I also realize that any interpretation IS highly subjective. That does not mean that all interpretations are irrelevant or unimportant. "You may have stumbled upon a level of unconscious communication I have been having with them, which could taint and influence any exchange we might have, not to mention explain their reactions."

I analyzed both the original sound file and your alteration, and attach two *.bmp frequency spectrograms, one for each of them. Below I give the frequency analysis of these spectrograms.




The frequencies slide downwards, but the ratios remain comparable.  However, the changes in volume almost look like a cardiac beat, with my voice punctuating the ventricular spike. Perhaps that is why the pilot dropped the volume abruptly after I finished my statement, then brought it up again so that the pattern mimicked a heart beat and the golden mean rectangle. If this was intentional, which it seems to be, we must be dealing with a very high intelligence that can think much faster than we can and calculate responses that would take us many more moments just to think up, let alone execute! No wonder I wouldn't survive in their culture! I would be to them as a retarded person is to us. And the well wishers think they should come on down and establish "normal" relationships with us? Normal for whom? I think most humans would die from shock.

Ironically, their LOVE might kill.

Analysis at 3 seconds into recording:

Frequency plus or minus 11 Hz.

ratio average
frequency ratio average
442 Hz 0.74662 0.81063

592 Hz 0.87187

679 Hz 0.86386

786 Hz 0.78443

1002 Hz 0.80936

1238 Hz 0.62810

1971 Hz 0.79252

2487 Hz 0.83992

2961 Hz 0.91985

3219 Hz

Analysis at 8 seconds into recording:

Frequency plus or minus 11 Hz.

ratio average
frequency ratio average
269 Hz 0.53162 0.70599

506 Hz 0.74521

679 Hz 0.88758

765 Hz 0.81643

937 Hz 0.79813

1174 Hz 0.80743

1454 Hz 0.85985

1691 Hz 0.90768


Average ratio for 3 and 8 seconds = 0.75831

According to the Schumann resonance calculation on Dan Winters website (,

Earth harmonics ratio = 0.7044973

Heart harmonics ratio = 0.7171621

As the sound frequencies coming from the TLP decreased, they passed through the ideal heart harmonic ratio. I suspect that if I were to analyze the entire range of frequencies for the complete recording (11.7MEG), the average would be very close to 0.71716, although I won't know until I do it.

The beat or dominant vibration was determined for Liz's (reversed and half-speed) file at 25.7 Hz. The frequency of the beat is too fast to be discerned on the real time spectrogram. But you can see it clearly on the half-time spectrogram (Liz's file). I compared the times for comparable sections of both records to determine timing relationship, and calculated that the play rate for Liz's file was at 50.5% of the real time play rate (not exactly 2:1). Interestingly, when corrected to real time, the beat mbecomes 50.886 Hz (1.98 x 25.7). Perhaps this is a clue that it was correct to play the *.wav file at half speed! What serendipity that Liz should have chosen that speed to listen to my voice! Also, the extreme drop in frequencies as the TLP approached the mic is not normal. I call this effect the "Reverse Doppler" phenomenon. By giving us the sound backwards, it invites us to reverse it so that it is played forwards.

Interesting. Backwards is forwards!

I am curious that the spectrogram of Lisa's file shows some additional frequencies and changes in frequencies. Also, there are interesting interference patterns becoming evident that imply a message embedded in the frequency interplay. Just a thought. But what is most interesting is that in her spectrogram there are four distinct frequencies in the 4.5 kHz to 5.0 kHz range. These are not evident on the original *.wav file. How, then, did they get there? These anomalous frequencies are 4.533 kHz, 4.727 kHz, 4.899 kHz, and 5.028 kHz. Perhaps they were added by Liz's software program as a bias in order to control noise. I don't know. But a change in all endemic frequencies (due to this bias?) is apparent and of concern, because these changes introduce variations in sound that can cause error: Hence, the difference in what I hear when listening to the file played in real time (saloat or salute) and at half time (serve.... or survive).

I analyzed the frequencies at 13 seconds for

Weidr~1.wav (REVERSED)



Frequency plus or minus 11 Hz.

ratio average

frequency ratio average
226 Hz 0.71579 0 0.78283

312 Hz 0.64330

485 Hz 0.88342

549 Hz 0.83562

657 Hz 0.81312

808 Hz 0.80638

1002 Hz

On the Weirdr~1 spectrogram, 13 seconds was taken to the left of the spot where my voice ends, and corresponds to 3 seconds on the original unaltered sound file. Thus, by reducing the play rate by half, the average frequency ratio changes from 0.81063 to 0.78283, and thus shifts more towards the Heart harmonic frequency ratio. If one were to reduce the speed even more to the ratio of 0.7171621, I wonder what might be heard?

In conclusion, the frequency spectral analysis is consistent with the results of the amplitude analysis, which implicates a relationship to the golden mean rectangle.  My frequency ratio analysis confirms an underlying influency of the PHI ratio in the choice of frequencies chosen.

Yours truly,

Bruce Cornet, Ph.D.


Kent: phikent@../

Liz: iwonder414@../