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UVB The Buzzer Report articles summarize messages and show important events from — Sometimes the marker drops and a live voice message is read.
The usual voice message format is [Callsign] 58 [Codeword] 39 51 65 78 The callsign and the Codeword is spelled out in Russian phonetic alphabet.
UVB is the pre-movement callsign, the new callsign is MDZhB. They are scrambled messages sent live between the radio communication headquarters and subordinate military unit.
The purpose for these messages varies between testing the readiness of the unit, training, issuing warning messages and call for mobilization.
In theory the codebook lies in a sealed envelope in a special safe with instructions. For different communication centers have different callsigns, codes and instructions for each military branch.
See this page for recorded samples, includes primary formats and special messages. Monolyths are constantly changing, the same monolyth could mean a different thing over time.
Messages with more than one codeword are sometimes observed and messages with no end numbers after the codeword are rarely spotted.
See this page about the Russian military message types used by Buzzer and its counterparts. The most popular number station naming system was devised by the European Numbers Information Gathering and Monitoring Assocation ENIGMA , a number station research group active in , and later maintained by ENIGMA It was created to solve ambiguities in number station reporting, and classifies stations by language or type of signal.
Each ENIGMA designator consists of an alphabetic prefix followed by an ordinary number. ENIGMA naming system The most popular number station naming system was devised by the European Numbers Information Gathering and Monitoring Assocation ENIGMA , a number station research group active in , and later maintained by ENIGMA Reviewer: preleenger - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - July 21, Subject: Very interesting!!!
I've been listening to some of these recordings for a while now and tonight I had the opportunity of hearing one of theses stations live on 5.
Reviewer: interval - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - January 12, Subject: Got one! Spanish, the usual 5 number groups.
Reviewer: cosmico - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - January 11, Subject: Fascinating! Like many of the others here, I too heard these transmissions years ago on a little short wave radio I once owned, and wondered what the numbers and tones signified and pondered their origin.
This is great stuff to listen to, especially late at night when sleep is elusive. Imagine the strange dreams one might have as a result!
Reviewer: Qool - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - June 15, Subject: The Conet Project - Recordings of Shortwave Numbers Stations It's a very nice and eerie collection of tones.
I was wondering what kind of license is stated. Am I free to use some of these sounds in a video of sorts non-commercial?
I would give credit to this website, of course. Reviewer: TheEuropeanWolf - - May 1, Subject: To Mystery Yes. I've tried it. I don't seem to be able to write any form of PM to you, so I hope you somehow see this.
I actually tried that. Serveral times. The last time I got it was yesterday. Where I also watched my first 5 - 15 seconds of a video on youtube called "Persephone Numbers Station".
It was 1 at night and I had never watched anything like that before. My heartbeat was very calm. Then after watching the 15 seconds, my hearbeat was about 2 - 3 beats pr second, and I felt a strange paranoia.
Like someone was watching me. The "electric shocks" you're telling about. I've felt them. And even more weird, everytime I felt it I always ask the persons I'm with "Don't you know that feeling?
I'm 16, the 17th of June. And to finish it off I also got ADHD. Regardsless of my 3 mental disorders, I've always done great in school.
But still, I don't think it can have anything to do with the electric shocks. I've NEVER, heard anyone who've felt the same thing as I did It happens somehow often, and it is as you say between the spine and the neck.
I don't what to do with it, but atleast I wanted you to know that you're not the only one. Reviewer: Anh Ba - favorite favorite favorite favorite - April 10, Subject: Brings Back Memories Spooky is only part of it.
I had a big deja vu moment being a spook once. This was back in ' There was is? When they cornered the operators on their way out of the buildings the op.
No surprise there! Reviewer: Worldion - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 20, Subject: Comforting I actually found the station I listened to while in the midlands of England during the mid 70's on a walkie talkie comforting.
The station would repeat the first few bars of "Oranges and Lemons". It was my audio jewel in the night.
At the time I associated the signal with a pirate radio station, but reading and listening to this site and the wikipedia article lead me to think it was a numbers station.
Reviewer: madyokky - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - January 23, Subject: Try this really strange experiment! If these number stations aren't enough of a mystery for you, try this little experiment.
Play these files using a program like Audacity that will let you reverse them and play them backwards. Do this, as others have said, at night, with the lights out and by yourself.
I played the first file in reverse, and heard what sounded like someone in English saying "road finished".
It says this several times and then several other English words are spoken-even the music seems like human speech when played in reverse.
Reviewer: joezz - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 21, Subject: To mystery strange symptoms Have you heard about binaural sounds or i-doser drugs?
Your case reminds me about them Reviewer: emarchive - - November 13, Subject: Numbers Station-themed episode on Fringe Season 3, Episode 6 of the TV show Fringe aired 11 November features a story centering on the numbers station phenomenon, for those interested in the "romance" of the topic but not so much the facts.
Also, regarding use of this material, according to the Wikipedia article on The Conet Project, the group Wilco used samples on their Yankee Hotel Foxtrot album, but "Jeff Tweedy did not seek permission to use the Conet sample and Irdial sued for copyright infringement.
The incident sparked debate about who exactly owns copyright concerning recordings of numbers station transmissions, but Tweedy ultimately decided to avoid taking the matter to court, agreeing to pay Irdial royalties and reimburse its legal fees.
UPDATE: The Conet Project recordings are also found at soundcloud. There, is found the statement, "The set "The Conet Project" by The Conet Project is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Be aware that the related tracks might have a different license. Reviewer: louiscypher - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 13, Subject: The Monolith Thanks FRINGE for turning me onto this phenom.
My first guess was Long. Co-ords just like on the show but the more I listen to them, the more I am convinced that they are infinite loop radio signals using vocal intonation, mathematical theorem and other "white noise" pulses to create a type of interstellar language that transcends all levels of language that we know of to induce conversation aimed outward from the planet.
In use since the cold war when we were in the middle of a space race with the soviets. It is meant to be a "hello" to any other races out there.
People have reported becoming sick after listening to these stations for a long period of time. Of course they are going to get sick. It WILL re-wire the electrical impulses within our teeny human brains as would anything else that you listened to incessantly for days on end drinking Red Bull after Red Bull trying to "de-code" this shit!!
BTW, I just told you what it is, so you can stop burning your brain out over it! Reviewer: ECorzo - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - November 9, Subject: What's the licence of this stuff?
I'd like to use this sounds, but there's no data on its copyright or creative commons license. Anybody knows about it? I just fell into it very deeply, and began to listen to hours of those strange recordings, including the ones from the Conet Project as well as many others of the tons of similar recordings you can find over in the internet.
Describing the problem as small electric shocks is the most precise way I found to describe the symptom. It never lasts more than a half second or so, but it is very unpleasant.
Even if the video has been identified as being a hoax, many people also had physical problems after having watched the video repeatedly.
Specialists told that the symptoms were coming from the soundtrack of the video which was using very typical frequencies which can have unpleasant effects on the brain, mostly if you listen to them with headphones….
And I do listen to number stations recordings with headphones, to not distract or bore my wife with them.
Does anyone out there have experienced or is experiencing the same problems? Thank you. Reviewer: davesidious - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - July 27, Subject: The Conspiracy Theorists The intended recipients of these broadcasts do not listen to them in public.
They have to transcribe the numbers, accurately and completely, before decrypting them. No one will suddenly rise up, take off their headphones, and start shooting people.
That is abject paranoid nonsense. These recordings are wonderful, but the booklet accompanying them repeatedly descends into strange paranoia.
Reviewer: k1nDofBluE - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - May 16, Subject: Number stations: Static from the past I am an avid music downloader.
I know, I know, you immediately think "Oh God, Limewire" but no, I don't mean that.While it's tempting to think of these stations as relics of the Cold War, pitifully broadcasting recordings of numbers like the radio tower in Lost, recent history suggests otherwise. In the late. The need to have our own, independent voice, has never been more important. Support black business. Support black voices. Support the Numberz. The Numbers Station () · 1 hr 28 min. R. Thriller. Action. Adventure. When a disgraced CIA operative is sent to protect a code operator at a remote broadcast. Number stations are shortwave transmissions from foreign intelligence agencies to spies in the field of foreign countries. They carry encrypted messages in form of groups of numbers or letters, using either automated voice, Morse code, or a digital mode. Numbers stations are anonymous, shortwave AM radio stations that broadcast messages at pre-set times, sometimes periodically and sometimes random, on specific frequencies.