Frequency of the electromagnetic field of the planet Earth is changing


Schumann resonance, which measures the electromagnetic field of planet Earth, has increased in the last two months, researchers cannot find a logical reason to explain this. According to the scientists, the Earth’s displacement is happening faster than expected.

To the experts, this means that the planet is about to pass through a great moment of transition, something that will also involve humans.

Schumann resonance has been a natural and constant frequency of planet Earth, pulsating exactly at 7.83 Hz for thousands of years. For the ancient Indian Rishis, this number had a special meaning, it was considered the sacred and cosmic sound in the Hindu religion.

For the Western world, the Schumann resonance represents the frequency of the Earth’s electromagnetic field. It has always concentrated at 7.83 Hz, with few variations since 1952, but in June 2014 there was a change. This when the Russian Space Observatory System showed a sudden increase in activity with a varied elongation from 8.5 Hz to 16.5 Hz.

The researchers were amazed at these values, something that had never been recorded that way. More recently, other peaks have been detected, increasing the planet’s frequency to more than 30 Hz.
It is concluded that these changes clearly show that the planet is changing. Some scholars also believe that humans, when acting on a “collective consciousness” level, can affect the structure of the magnetic field.

This speculation is based on the fact that Schumann’s frequency is “in tune” with the human brain states alpha and theta. These increasing resonances correspond, of course, to the activity of human brain waves, which means that the Earth would be adjusting its frequency of vibration.

This may be an explanation for the strange feeling we have that time is passing more quickly these days. The reason is apparently linked to the excess speed of Schumann resonance, which makes us feel a 24-hour period as if it were approximately 16 hours.

And time is not our only notion of acceleration. Today, access to information and increased world awareness also influence our sense of time.