What is the SCHUMANN resonance?
The Schumann resonances are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency portion of the Earth’s electromagnetic field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, generated and excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere.
Earth’s Base Frequency Elevation: Earth’s base frequency, or “heartbeat,” (called Schumann Resonance, or RS) is rising dramatically.
Earth’s Resonance (Schumann Resonance) has been 7.8 hz / second for thousands of years. Since 1980 it has risen to 12 Hz. This means that 16 hours now equals a 24 hour day. Time is speeding up!
Science recognizes RS (Schumann Resonance) as a sensitive indicator of temperature variations and global climate conditions. Fluctuating RS and solar flares can be a factor in the severe storms, floods, and weather of recent years.
Earth’s Magnetic Field Decreases, While the rate of the earth’s “pulse” is rising, the strength of its magnetic field, on the other hand, is declining. According to Professor Bannerjee of the University of New Mexico, the field has lost up to half its intensity in the last 4,000 years.