The Earth resonates electromagnetic waves that are detectable and measurable. Professor W.O. Schumann, a German physicist found that these waves excite the space between the surface of our planet and the ionosphere in 1952. This space is affected by solar conditions and space conditions, as admitted by NASA. The earth’s electromagnetic frequency has been called the Schumann resonance and studied by scientists for decades now. For more than 50 years it remained somewhat stable, at a frequency of around 7.83 Hz, but lately, there are claims that it is rising. What, if anything, does this indicate about human evolution?
There are actually a number of different Schumann frequencies measured as emanating from the earth, but some of these might be acting in a different way based on solar storms and other space changes. However, we must be critical of claims that the Schumann resonance is rising.
Wikipedia says that “Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere.” But the actual sound is inaudible to our ears,” but as we all know light frequencies we can’t see and sounds we don’t hear don’t mean that they are not affecting us.
Annette Deyhle (Ph.D.), a Research Co-ordinator for the Heartmath Institute, via stated on April 25th, 2017,
“There are and always have been 8 different Schumann resonance frequencies. They are the same as they were when first measured in the 1960s. Figure 1 shows most of them, although the highest resonant frequency is not [sic] shown in our data as it is very close to the power line frequency of 60 Hz and is filtered out. If the resonant frequencies were changing it would mean the physical geometry of the Earth-ionosphere cavity was changing. The frequencies can and do change temporarily due to solar storm events, etc. which affects ionosphere shape and conditions, but they return to their base frequencies when things settle down.
“Over many years of monitoring the earth’s magnetic field with the Global Coherence Monitoring System, which uses multiple recording stations strategically located around the earth, we have not observed any evidence for the claim that the frequencies of the Schumann resonances are changing beyond the normal diurnal variation. We also have not seen any evidence reported by other monitoring institutions that there is or has been a fundamental change in the frequency of the Schumann resonances. You can see the live data from the Global Coherence sites at:https://www.heartmath.org/research/global-coherence/gcms-live-data/”
If these electromagnetic frequencies were changing, they would act as a background frequency influencing the biological circuitry of the mammalian brain.
As Dr. Joe Dispenza elaborates,
“The ancient Indian Rishis referred to this as OHM, or the incarnation of pure sound. Whether by coincidence or not, the frequency of 7.83 Hz also happens to be a very powerful frequency used with brainwave entrainment as it’s associated with low levels of alpha and the upper range of theta brainwave states.”
This means that should the earth’s electromagnetic resonance change, we should expect pretty radical changes to human physiology and behavior.
Experiments with sound frequency have already revealed that certain cycles per minute cause hypnotizability, suggestibility, increased heart-brain coherence, and increased HGH (human growth hormone) levels, in addition to increased cerebral blood-flow levels. The electromagnetic frequencies of the Earth could be called advanced psychoacoustics. There is no mistake that the human nervous system is affected by the earth’s electromagnetic field.
In June of 2014 monitors at the Russian Space Observing System showed a sudden spike in activity to around 8.5 Hz. Since then, researchers have recorded the Schumann resonance as fast as 16.5 Hz. This was very odd, so even equipment used to measure these frequencies was checked to verify it was a true reading. All who observed the intermittent spikes wanted to understand what was causing them.
Then, on January 31, 2017, for the first time in recorded history, the Schumann resonance reached frequencies of 36+ Hz. It was considered an anomaly when in 2014 this frequency rose from its usual 7.83 Hz to somewhere in the 15-25 Hz levels—so a jump from 7.83 Hz to 36+ Hz is very significant. That’s in excess of a five-fold increase in resonant frequency levels.
If we look at how this might possibly affect the human brain we can see that the Universe, working with the Earth’s own frequencies is surely up to something.
8.5 – 16.5 Hz frequency moves us out of the theta range into a more peaceful alpha state with faster more alert beta frequencies. This usually corresponds to a cognitive “waking up.”
We also know from scientific research that the Earth’s magnetic fields are shifting, which would, in turn, affect her resonance.
Is it any surprise though? It seems the veil is being lifted. The entire world is in a state of turmoil, but is this a necessary step in becoming awake?
Scientific research confirms that the higher the frequency, the more highly diversified the information those frequencies carry. Since we are one with the living Gaia, it is likely that we are evolving right along with her.
Can we expect an upgrade in our nervous system and expand our perception and awareness of reality?
Evolution isn’t always easy. We can look at the genetic heritage of the animals and people on this planet to confirm this. But if we are about to make a massive leap in perception and cognitive abilities, the Earth herself is likely playing a role in that evolution.