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Mon Jul 22, 2019, 12:21 PM

Alright, now this is a bizarre shortwave catch

Supreme Master TV Radio, 15770 KHz, 16:00 UTC.

Here's the link:
http://suprememastertv.com/en1/

Apparently it's the voice of this lady:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ching_Hai

You gotta read the Wikipedia article to understand just how strange this is but here are a few excerpts:

"Ching Hai (born Hue Dang Trinh; 12 May 1950) is a Vietnamese author, entrepreneur, and teacher of the Quan Yin Method of meditation. Hai founded the restaurant and fashion company Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association. Her followers refer to her as "Supreme Master"."

"Hai founded the Loving Hut restaurant chains with 138 restaurants worldwide in 2014.

She launched a clothing line in New York and Paris in 1995.

She has authored picture books, such as The Birds in My Life and The Noble Wilds. The books consist of photos she has taken.

Her organization hosts websites which offer digital downloads of her media in 17 languages as well as a "Celestial Shop" which sells apparel and jewelry designed by Hai."

"Hai first demonstrated the "Immeasurable Light Meditation Center and the Way of Sound Contemplation" or Quan Yin method of meditation in Miaoli, Taiwan. The method is very similar to the Surat Shabd Yoga method from the Sant Mat tradition.

Hai has said that she did not invent the Quan Yin method of meditation, but she merely "knows" it. In her book The Key of Immediate Enlightenment, she claims that those who recite her name would become spiritually elevated.

The method involves meditation on the "inner light and the inner sound of God", or the Shabd. Hai claims that the Bible acknowledged the existence of this method and that it has been repeatedly re-used by most major religions. The Quan Yin Method requires two and a half hours of meditation per day and adherence to five precepts similar to the Five Precepts of Buddhism."

"By 1996, several thousand residents of China were practitioners of the method. The Chinese government claimed that the organization's beliefs and activities were fundamentally "anti-communist" and called the group a "reactionary religious organization". In 2002, the manager of the Wuhan Zhongzhi Electric Testing Equipment Company was accused by the Chinese authorities of using the business as a cover to "support heresies" associated with the Quan Yin method. The enterprise supported thirty practitioners who "masqueraded as employees and business associates." The manager was charged with using the company's offices and buildings as "retreat sites", organizing "initiations" and "screenings" to recruit members, and illegally printing and distributing more than 6,000 copies of heretical texts."

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Response to Currentsitguy (Original post)

Mon Jul 22, 2019, 12:26 PM

1. Do they still have those stations that put out codes and creepy voices?

Think they were Cold War era stations or something

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Response to Solesurvivor (Reply #1)

Mon Jul 22, 2019, 12:30 PM

2. Numbers Stations?

Yup, still out there.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Original post)

Fri Jul 26, 2019, 10:20 PM

3. Pretty strange!

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