People in Mexico Are Convinced Apocalypse is Near After Hearing Ominous Sounds in Sky
If there’s one word that can send chills down the spine of every human anywhere in the world, it’s “apocalypse.” What could be more attention-grabbing than an event that signifies the end of the world?
It’s no wonder why a disturbing video of giant roars from the sky somewhere in Mexico went viral only a few minutes after being posted. From alarms going off in the background to dogs barking, piercing bird noises, and trumpet-like sounds, it seemed to many that an apocalypse was underway.
The TikTok Clip Goes Viral
A Tiktoker with the handle “The Paranormal Chic” posted the short clip with the introduction, “The local news station claimed they were atmospheric sounds as a way of explanation, but the interesting part about this video are (sic) the dogs, the animals – their response to what they’re hearing, and potentially the vibrations.”
The video was able to gather more than 24,000 likes and 265,000 views in only six days.
Speculations Upon Speculations
Many commentators tried to explain the situation and came up with different theories on what could be responsible for the sounds from the sky. One wrote, “In 2012, I heard the most unexplainable noise in Memphis. It scared the f (sic) out of me. Never have been able to source it. This is close, but not quite.”
Others thought that it had something to do with aliens. For another group, the answer was simple—the end is near.
Biblical Doomsday Predictions
Many of those who believe it signaled the end of time backed their answer with the Book of Revelation in the Bible. They quoted the part of the Holy Book that talked about seven angels sounding seven trumpets that unleashed seven different catastrophes as God judged the world for seven years.
However, people were able to discredit this theory by reminding everyone that if it were true, the whole world would have heard the sounds at the same time.
The Truth According to NASA
More speculations, like the HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program) manipulating clouds with sound frequencies and the Hollow Earth Air Opening Exchange Vortex Tubes carrying “sound long distances,” kept coming in. So, it was a relief when a reputable agency like the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) issued a statement to clear the air.
According to NASA, they were likely background noises. “Earth’s natural radio emissions are real and, although we’re mostly unaware of them, they are around us all the time,” the agency explained.