Proxima centauri signal and esoteric knowledge

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  1. lovetherain profile image70
    lovetherainposted 13 days ago

    Why did the centaurians choose 982 megahertz for their signal to us? It is in the 33 cm band for one, and they probably also know we don't use that band much.

    Why 33? I believe they understand the universal esoteric canon of numbers and measurement, including the MOST esoteric number 33, which, among other things, is the orders of magnitude above and below the human being (being 33 both above(the entire universe) and below(down to the Planck length))

    As above, so below.

    Don't forget the adult human being has 33 vertebrae in our spine. We are a fractal of the entire scale of the universe, with us being almost exactly in the middle, if not THE middle.

    This shows me: the aliens use/know our measuring systems, which are built into the universe(which includes, yes, the metric system) which shows they probably use base ten as we do. This is probably because they are human as well.

    Off topic, one fun fact I learned recently is that my name in gematria are the numbers 11, 22, and 33.

    I had thought we were alone in the universe, but now I am rethinking that, have been rethinking that a lot lately.

    1. wilderness profile image96
      wildernessposted 13 days agoin reply to this

      982 Mhertz is 30.52876354 cm in length, not 33.

      1. Live to Learn profile image78
        Live to Learnposted 13 days agoin reply to this

        That's what you noticed?

        1. wilderness profile image96
          wildernessposted 13 days agoin reply to this

          Well, among other anomalies and a general failure on my part to understand what was being said.  The second paragraph, in particular, went way above my head - as near as I could understand it is completely free from reality.

      2. lovetherain profile image70
        lovetherainposted 12 days agoin reply to this

        Yes, my bad. This throws a big monkey wrench into my theory. Oh well. I am almost always wrong. I feel sorry for the universe, who can't get through my thick skull.

      3. MizBejabbers profile image90
        MizBejabbersposted 12 days agoin reply to this

        Actually, that is true. I had my husband, a former broadcast engineer (1st. Class Radiotelephone License) confirm it. He sent me a bandwidth calculator. I only held a 3rd Class Radiotelephone License.  If the author was rounding up, 33 is a little off even for rounding. So, in my book the Centaurians didn't use it because it is a sacred number. I believe that if they used 982 MHz, it is because it was mid-range within the FM bandwidth, the audio bandwidth most used on the earth during that time.

        1. lovetherain profile image70
          lovetherainposted 12 days agoin reply to this

          Dang, it would really be more interesting had it been 33. Oh well, I guess it;s still interesting in it's own way

  2. MizBejabbers profile image90
    MizBejabbersposted 12 days ago

    Why did the centaurians choose 982 megahertz for their signal to us? It is in the 33 cm band for one, and they probably also know we don't use that band much.

    It is possible that they received some of our broadcasts in the FM frequency range in our radio broadcast heyday, which spanned about 30-40 years. The 982 MHz is included about midrange in the FM band in most countries. Also, in most countries, it is in or close to the middle of the bandwidth, thus ensuring that it could be picked up globally on the earth. To broadcast far above or below could limit our resources to receive it, depending on the country and the time period on earth. (Also consider that we don't know how much the Centaurians know about us.)

    I agree with you that 11, 22, and 33 are sacred numbers, so maybe it was picked because it was 33 cm. Being a former licensed U.S. broadcaster, I can't deal in anything but MHz, so I'll certainly consider that possibility. But even the 22 cm or the 11 cm, also sacred numbers, are outside the regular band width, and at the time, VHF was just making its appearance, so maybe that was only coincidental that 982 MHz, the equivalent of 33 cm was chosen, or maybe not. You reasoning may be correct. I've noticed that anything esoteric, especially when dealing with aliens, usually deals in sacred numbers. Either way, I'll take your word for it because I had not heard this. I would like to see your source so I could learn more.

    But do consider this, it goes beyond the statement that "... they probably also know we don't use that band much." 

    I haven't tried to figure out how fast radio waves travel from there to earth, but using someone else's figures I googled, from 4 years to a generation, depending on whom you believe, those signals could have been sent when 982 MHz was a very popular band in use on earth. They probably were using what they thought would be most likely picked up by our observers.

    Anyway, thanks for the brain ticklers and a trip down memory lane.

    1. lovetherain profile image70
      lovetherainposted 12 days agoin reply to this

      Sorry I can't recall the source

 
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