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(@windomearle)
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When the Fireman tells Agent Cooper to listen to the sounds, after listening to the gramophone over and over again I believe the sounds are the Woodsmen Chant. This is why the fireman says it all cannot be said aloud now because the Woodmans Chant would have the same affect on Cooper and possibly The Fireman as it did the people in 1945.

The sounds match this:

This is the water, this is the well. Drink full and descend. The Horse is the white of the eyes and dark within.

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Topic starter Posted : 10/12/2018 10:35 pm
(@benjihorne)
Owl

“listen to the sounds” is in my mind without doubt the Key to gleaning as much closure as can be found out of this wonderful and infuriating show. I’ve sPotted too many to list (that scratching electrical noise that follows the woodsman and is heard a lot in EPisode 8 shows uP at least once an ePisode, usually when something horrible haPPens - Richard running over the Kid for examPle)but the one that has just got me all tingly is the ringing sound heard in the Great Northern - which I JUST REALISED IS FIRST HEARD WHEN COOPER FIRST DREAMS OF THE ARM AND LAURA IN THE RED ROOM IN SEASON ONE!! At least it is on the blu-ray - I cant sPeaK on the originally aired version because I was 2. ?

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Posted : 11/12/2018 4:56 am
(@boreas)
Owl

Actually... Listening to the sounds is not only a message from the Fireman to Cooper but also, and most importantly message from Lynch, directed to us. 
It's by the sounds that the mystery (or part) of Twin Peaks is unlocked... and many more. 
Lynch always said that sound was 50% of the film. 

So, with that in mind. Let's listen: 

The link is established... and the fun begins 
The next time we hear the sound... something familiar will happen.. at the same time the familiar thing happens. And apparently someone is listening to Sarah Palmer. 
https://streamable.com/44pt9

Now... what would happen if we listen to ALL the sounds and images of Part 1, since the begining.. and starting to do this? 

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Posted : 13/12/2018 2:27 pm
(@julie_loader)
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Posted by: Boreas

Actually... Listening to the sounds is not only a message from the Fireman to Cooper but also, and most importantly message from Lynch, directed to us. 
It's by the sounds that the mystery (or part) of Twin Peaks is unlocked... and many more. 
Lynch always said that sound was 50% of the film. 

So, with that in mind. Let's listen: 

The link is established... and the fun begins 
The next time we hear the sound... something familiar will happen.. at the same time the familiar thing happens. And apparently someone is listening to Sarah Palmer. 
https://streamable.com/44pt9

Now... what would happen if we listen to ALL the sounds and images of Part 1, since the begining.. and starting to do this? 

 

IMHO ,  the diary opening sounds NOTHING like the firemans gramophone sound.

I believe fireman was playing the sound of the  timeline change when Cooper saves Laura from going to meet Leo, Jaques, Ronette and Leland /Bob.

Nothing more.

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Posted : 13/12/2018 11:38 pm
(@gerrance)
Owl

Apologies if this observation has been mentioned previously. I got goosebumps when I recently listened to Johnny Cash's-The Man Comes Around (

and made the connection between it and TP.  Those scratchy sounds at the beginning and end of the song-are they not the exact same sounds we hear all the time in The Return. My heart nearly stopped the first time I heard them on that track. And the reference to The White Horse. I'm not a big enough TP's fan to suggest the connection but I'm sure there is one.

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Posted : 03/02/2019 6:38 pm
(@sancho13)
Owl

So I think I found the sound in the previous seasons.... It's not scratching. Anyone else figure it out? 

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Posted : 14/12/2020 11:24 pm
(@rayden)
Owl

I think these sounds—which are also heard while Laura is plucked away from Cooper and is sent to Odessa Texas—are also the same sounds made by Audrey Horne in the pilot as she twists a pencil into the bottom of her styrofoam coffee cup. The same number of times do these sounds occur in a pattern. 

Also while doing this Audrey has overheard her father’s staff choosing not to tell the Ghostwood investors that Laura is dead, and mockingly she says, “Okay Bob, Okay Bob.” Then she pulls out the pencil and the coffee spills out onto the desk. 

Why she does this I don’t know, why I think they are related I don’t know either but there’s just more to this scene than just it.
Bob and Mike are often eluded to when the show is really showing us Mike Briggs and Bobby. Like when Bobby calls Mike by his nickname Snake Man I think this eludes to Mike (the one armed man’s) betrayal of Bob.

And coffee I believe represents information, which she has just spilled all over the desk, then spills the word to the investors in the next room. Also earlier in the episode James turns down Big Ed’s offer of a cup of coffee, and says he couldn’t handle it right now—couldn’t handle information because he’s just learned about Laura’s death and doesn’t want to wake up to it.

Coffee=information is a theory of Twin Perfect who I highly suggest you YouTube.

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