A voicemail from an unknown number sent to multiple mobile phones of random Twitter users has recently been decrypted to show that the message relates to the deceased scientist Stephen Hawking, as well as a date of alleged alien takeover, and a strange code written in the phonetic alphabet of NATO. The robotic voicemail became viral after a Twitter user named Ty shared the entire voicemail message on March 13 on his now disabled personal Twitter account on username @strayedaway.
The Reddit Conspiracy Sub Editor outlines all tweets that have occurred after Ty Shared the "mysterious" and "scary" voicemail on Twitter two weeks ago. Communication around voice mail sent with a robotics-sounding text-to-speech program is difficult to track and spans several days. Ty, the original Twitter poster, said he had disabled his cell phone service after receiving the "Danger SOS" message, as shown in a post to Steemit .
Several online media have reported the voicemail, which is over a minute long, and the Express wrote last Wednesday that the translated message is apocalyptic. According to the article on Express several other Twitter users have since received the voicemail containing a code written in NATO's phonetic alphabet, a reference to the late Stephen Hawking and a date supposedly it has been deciphered when aliens are supposed to visit the earth. The automated voicemail also refers to Malaysia Airlines' still-missing MH370 flight, which disappeared from radar four years ago
Creepy voicemail is sent to hundreds of phones ̵1; and now everyone is convinced the world is coming to an end https: / /T.co/oFEBNJzKat
– The Sun (@TheSun) March 21, 2018
Fox calls Ty an "ordinary Twitter user" who receives a "fearsome" military voice mail , which allegedly warns of an "imminent end of the world". Ty reportedly shared the entire voicemail record in the hope that other Twitter users would be able to help with the translation. Fox News also reported last Tuesday that Ty had to disable his Twitter account due to hundreds of thousands of new followers and death threats, but only after other Twitter users had successfully helped decipher the voicemail.
The Daily Star reported last Wednesday that the voicemail appears to contain coordinates to a location in Africa near Malaysia, possibly leading to the exact location of the missing Malaysian Airlines MH370 flight. Other Twitter users reportedly "cracked" a code within the voicemail to show that the news refers to Stephen Hawking and his death on March 14, although Ty reportedly sent the voicemail to his Twitter account on March 13. Passed on account. The Daily Star also announces that "numerical sequences" within the voicemail will be broadcast on April 18, which is allegedly when aliens are scheduled to take over the Earth.
The aforementioned article from the Express quotes word for word the entire "longer version" of voicemail that some Twitter users have received on their mobile phones. Several conspiracy theorists have since attempted to solve the voicemail message that begins by telling the recipient that "this is not a test" and "that's no joke". However, the Fox News report wrote that voicemail could actually just be another puzzle or alternative reality game, similar to Cicada 3301, which came online in 2012 and was finally resolved in 2014.
The Telegraph reported in late 2013 that these types of messages are typical and sent out as a recruiting tool for groups like the NSA or CIA looking for "smart individuals" on the Internet. Another Twitter account called @LunarrRabbits is said to receive the voicemail that Twitter users @strayedaway received and shared, "might be the case" of another cicada-like event though perhaps not of the "real" Cicada, and that April 18 "is definitely safe."