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Author Topic: UNID Chanting 7000 LSB 1025 UTC 11 April 2022  (Read 498 times)

Offline Traveling Wave

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UNID Chanting 7000 LSB 1025 UTC 11 April 2022
« on: June 11, 2022, 1027 UTC »
1025 UTC - Signal is S5 in WNY, on going chanting, hearing  lima, lima, lima and other sounds repeated over and over. Can't ID the language.
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Re: UNID Chanting 7000 LSB 1025 UTC 11 April 2022
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2022, 1440 UTC »
These are the Indonesian chanters. It is not know for sure what they are doing but is most likely a contest to see who is the loudest. I have noticed that there is one person who seems to run it and a large group of chanters. Once the chanters are done the person running the contest plays back a recording of the chants. They are active every morning. They are very strange. Google “Indonesian chanters shortwave” and you will find some more information.
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