March 27, 1999

Data presented on this page was recorded by the Elfrad Group with
equipment designed to detect ULF and ELF waveforms and signals which
travel through the earth.  The data shown represents a time span of six
hours and covers a bandwidth from DC to 25 hertz. This particular
segment recorded unusual bursts of signals that appear to be artificial and
of unknown origin. These signals due to their frequency and nature of
propagation may originate thousands of miles distant.  Any one with
information concerning this period of transmission is encouraged to
contact the Elfrad Group in order to further our studies about
the mysteries of through the earth signals.

This photo covers a time period of six hours starting at 15:30 UTC time or
10:30 AM EST. The first burst indicated by "A" consists of 39 pulses with
extremely sharp rise and fall times spaced  precisely 15 seconds apart. The
second burst also consists of evenly spaced pulses at 15 second intervals.
Indicators C, D, E, and F are bursts of frequencies ranging from 1 hertz to
20 hertz. Indicator "G" is another series of evenly spaced pulses at 15 seconds.

The photo above is an expanded view of bursts "A" and "B"

This is an expanded view of burst "A" The sample rate for detection was 100 SPS
Note the extra pulse between pulses 23 and 24 and again between 37 and 38.

Viewer Response

Wed, 31 Mar 1999 17:11:41 -0500
Bob Shrewsbury-Gee

Re: spectrum.html March 27, 1999 bulletin

I was struck by an aspect of the March 27 signal series that may be pure
co-incidence but I thought I would mention it anyway:

Burst "A" contains two groups of data points 23,24 and 37,38 with extra
pulses between after 23 and again after 37. For me the connection was
"genetic". Human DNA is made up of 23 pairs of chromosomes.
Mitochondrial DNA (mDNA), the so-called "ancestral DNA" which isn't all
that well understood, carries 37 chromosomes.

Posit this for a moment: The signal is extraterrestrial. The senders
wish to autograph their work by applying a sort of "genetic" signature,
signifying that the signal is from an non-human biological life form.
Let's say the difference is that they have 24 chromosomes and 38 genes
in their mDNA. So, what better way to write that signature than 23/24
and 37/38 with the extra pulse as simply a delineation mark.

Who knows? But maybe if you throw this idea into the pot, it might spark
another more fruitful one.

Bob Shrewsbury-Gee

Note sharp rise and fall time of pulse.

This is an expanded view of the "C" burst indicated in first photo.


Here is an expanded view of the third section in the "C" burst.  Spectrum
analysis indicates random frequencies from 1 to 20 hz.  Note single leading
pulse before burst.  The other sections also show this pulse leading
approximately 5 seconds and show random frequencies. Click on this link
to listen to this burst converted to audio frequencies.

Expanded views of bursts "D" and "E"


Bursts "F" and "G"  Again note the evenly spaced 15 second pulses in "G".
Also there are 39 pulses with two extra irregular pulses.  This entire
transmission sequence was singular in nature and as yet has not been repeated.