Vladimir, from the internet address for your tenkara forum,
I am guessing maybe you live in Murmansk, ( Мурманск). Is that correct?
I see it is the largest city north of the Arctic Circle.
Where there are 40 days of darkness during the winter months.
And where people can see the northern lights. The Aurora Borealis.
A few questions for you, if that is where you live:
Is it true the Aurora Borealis also makes sounds?
That the lights can be heard if you are far enough north?
Have you heard the humming sounds of the Aurora Borealis?
Why I ask this question.
Among other types of books - I like to read travel narrative stories.
In the book, Lonely Planet Travel Anthology.
I recently read this story,
“The Whispering Lights of Lofoten” by Candace Rose Rardon.
Referring to the Lofoten Islands of Norway, north of the arctic circle.
" ‘If you are on the plains up in Finnmark’, they said, referring to the northernmost corner of the country, ‘then you can actually hear the sounds of the lights. It’s like a humming - the humming lights… the Sami, have known about this as long as they have been around, but two years ago, it was proven [by scientist] without reason for doubt. The reason it makes sound is the discharge of electrons into the atmosphere, but the Sami people also have their stories: that the Aurora is their ancestors , their past going over the sky, watching over them.’ "
I think that would be a comforting story for a nomadic people living in a harsh environment.