The Earth's Heartbeat | Author: Ernie Fitzpatrick
The earth is known as Gaia, a living and breathing entity like we humanoids that adjusts to things that impact it. Another way of putting it is that the earth has a PULSE, a heartbeat if you will. The earth has a vibrational level which has historically been resonating at 7.8Hz. This is known as the Schumann Cavity Resonance. For those that take note of such things, a change has recently been detected.
The increased resonacee has now been elevated to 12Hz. Why?
The ionosphere surrounding our planet is electrically positive charged while the earth's surface carries a negative charge. This amounts to a prevailing electrical tension within the earth/ionosphere cavity. This tension is discharged when thunderstorms develop in this cavity.
German physicist Professor W.O.Schumann of the Technical University of Munich predicted that there are electromagnetic standing waves in the atmosphere, within the cavity formed by the surface of the earth and the ionosphere. Schumann was teaching his students about the physics of electricity, when during a lesson he asked them to calculate the frequency between the inner and outer ball, meaning the earth and ionosphere layer. They came up with a calculation of 10Hz.
This was confirmed in 1954 when measurements by Schumann detected resonances at a main frequency of 7.8 Hz. In the years following this discovery, several investigators worldwide have researched "Schumann resonance" and a number of properties and characteristics have now been established. So, back to the question, why is that resonance increasing?
Many believe that the earth is preparing for a transition come 2012 as well. I don't have enough information to make that conclusion; however what I do know is that there are many changes going on in regards to our environment, plant, solar system, and universe and it behooves us to try and understand why- while we can.
About the Author
As a spiritual-futurist, I interpret current events in light of possible macro-universal forces at play leading up to 2012, but not limited to it.
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