If you’re just joining us, watch the below video for a recap of what’s transpired within our org over the past few months:
May 4, 2023
- DBRIS launched a multi-social platform campaign across Twitter and TikTok to amplify our message in calling for the public’s support in our ongoing research into Disco Ball Theory
- We did so because our research has recently led us to the startling discovery that attempts from parallel dimensions appear to be growing more frequent.
- We called on our global community to post flyers in their local neighborhoods requesting tips and reports from the public of potential communication attempts
- Our call was heard around the world, and as a result we received an influx of tips and reports, which our team is knee-deep in sifting through
May 8, 2023
- We introduced our original research into the Wow Signal, the most concrete piece of evidence in support of Disco Ball Theory our organization has ever uncovered
- The Wow! Signal was detected in 1977 at an Ohio State observatory. It lasted a brief 72 seconds, but exhibited a series of peculiar characteristics that have since struck many within the scientific community as potential evidence of extraterrestrial life
- But due to many key actors we outline in our research, we believe that the Wow! Signal is sound evidence of parallel universes-furthermore, our experts hypothesize that the recent spike in reports of communication attempts our organization has been seeing might be related to the message attempting to reach us on that summer night in 1977.
May 9th, 2023
- Following the publication of our Wow! Signal research, a 50-year-old letter surfaced from a girl named Therese Tome, recounting a bizarre incident at an Ohio energy vortex in which Therese saw an identical version of herself (for those who would rather read a typed transcript of the letter, please see here).
- It just so happens that Therese was volunteering at the Ohio State lab where the Wow Signal was received, on the night it was received…
May 10th, 2023
- DBRIS confirmed that they received an unmarked package appearing to connect to the mysteries introduced by the Therese Thome letter at their PO Box, given the repeated allusions to vortexes
- The contents included:
- A receipt for 7 total items purchased at the “Northfield Vortex and House of Mystery” gift shop
- A postcard with a strange hand-written message
- A roadmap to the vortex location
- A copy of the book A Dweller on Two Planets by Phylos the Thibetan, containing 10 marked up pages
- After discovering that Northfield, California, did not exist on any US map, we tasked our global community with help putting the pieces of the package together and seeing what they amount to
May 12th, 2023
- We called, our community answered, deriving some incredible insight from the riddle that was the mystery package we received
- The steps of their problem-solving included:
- Finding that the receipt contained a website link to www.northfieldvortex.com, which contained a prompt for a passcode
- Deciphering a phone number for the Northfield Vortex's offseason answering machine hidden in the items included in the package (the receipt, postcard, and roadmap): (530)-853-3835
- From the phone number, discovering that the passcode to gain entrance to the Northfield site was the fabled "Wow! Signal" (6EQUJ5)
- From there, they were redirected to a landing page with two tabs: one for the Northfield Vortex Gift Shop website, where the only item listed was a copy of A Dweller on Two Planets (and it was sold out), the other for a submission portal for a phone number extension
- After stalling out on further clues to discern the phone number extension for the submission portal, the community also connected the dots between Mt. Shasta + Mt. Gaines, and the Northfield Vortex + the Lemurian Vortex
- These are monumental findings that seem to validate our early interest in the package: that Mt. Gaines and the Northfield Vortex are not of our dimension, and that this PACKAGE was a message from someone not of our dimension.
May 15th, 2023
- On the morning of May 15th we received another package, one that contains 4 more items from the Northfield Vortex-the remaining items listed on the receipt sent to us in the original package
- The items included:
- After the incredible investigative work our community did on the first package, we tasked them with making heads or tails of what the contents of the second could possibly amount to…
May 24th, 2023
- In the meantime between solving package 1 and our receiving package 2, our community found that marked up pages in *A Dweller on Two Planets* revealed a second phone number-(530)-853-3854. Calling led to a cryptic, static-filled voicemail message soliciting another unknown extension.
- When we tasked them to help us decipher package 2, their attention was drawn to hidden symbols on the four items in the package:
- 4 discolored 0s on the souvenir photo
- 9 indentations on the stretched penny
- Duel on the bumper sticker, as in dual - 2
- 3 red dots on the bingo card.
- Typing 4923 into the second website portal took our investigators to a new page, which had a puzzle with missing words
- Entering that same extension into the phone number from the book revealed a voicemail left for a Dr. Steven Marks from someone named Dr. Bentley, a psychiatrist from Northfield, CA, calling for her patient, also named Steven Marks.
- Parts of it were unintelligible, but internal DBRIS investigators realized that faint beeps overlaying Dr. Bentely’s voice are synched up with the words 1-4-2-0, which served as the second phone number extension-a continuation of Dr. Bentley’s message.
- At the end of the message in the second extension was an automated voice speaking incomprehensible noises, which our community discovered to be anagrams of the next extension: 7093.
- Entering this second extension takes you to the final part of Dr. Bentley’s confused message to Dr. Steven Marks, and by switching up the pacing of the message, our members revealed the final extension: 9427
- This unlocked the entire, uninhibited message from Dr. Bentley, which astute members used to fill in the missing words in the puzzle on the website: “Signals Come in Dreams.”