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The Schumann Resonance has skyrocketed in the past couple of months, and researchers don’t seem to find a solid reason for what’s happening. The Earth’s magnetic field is also weakening, and scientists don’t know the reasons for this.

So much is happening in this century and people all over the world are starting to feel these changes. A great transition is upon us but there is also a danger for everything that is happening on Earth, starting with climate change, a danger that involves not only humans, but the whole planet, our only home.

Without the earth’s magnetic field we could not live. This complex and dynamic force protects us from the radiation found in space and solar winds. It is generated by the core of the Earth, a central Heart or Sun which is about 3,000 kilometers below our feet, which, like a conductor, generates electric currents and etheric waves.

The problem is that in the last 200 years the magnetic field has lost about 9% of its strength. The large, weakest region is found in Africa and South America and is often referred to as the “South Atlantic Anomaly”.

Over the past five years, a second center of least intensity has emerged in southwestern Africa, indicating that the South Atlantic Anomaly could split into two separate cells. Scientists from the Swarm Data, Innovation and Science Cluster (DISC) are using data from ESA’s Swarm satellite constellation to better understand this anomaly. These satellites are designed to accurately identify and measure the different magnetic signals that make up the earth’s field.

Jürgen Matzka, of the German Research Center for Geosciences, says: “The new eastern low of the anomaly has appeared in the last decade and has been developing vigorously in recent years. We are very fortunate to have the Swarm satellites in orbit to study their development. The challenge now is to understand the processes in the Earth’s core that drive these changes. ”


As mentioned above, the Earth has a central Sun or Heart therefore a heartbeat that emits a pulsating electromagnetic field. It is called the “Schumann Resonance” and envelops all living things in a natural and constant frequency, pulsing at exactly 7.83 Hz for thousands of years.

For the A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Rishi Indians, this number had a special meaning, as it was identified with the frequency of OM, the sacred and cosmic sound in the Hindu religion. As you are about to see, it now has special significance for all who are becoming aware of this great shift taking place.

For the Western world, the Schumann resonance represents the frequency of the earth’s electromagnetic field. It has pulsed steadily at 7.83Hz with very little variation since it was predicted in 1952.

That all changed in June 2014 when the Russian Space Observatory system showed a sudden surge in activity, peaking at 8.5Hz and even reaching 16.5Hz on some other days.

The researchers were really baffled by this anomaly which had never been recorded before and were unsure how to interpret it. Stacked on top of this dilemma, other unusual peaks have recently been detected, surprisingly rising to over 30Hz, far above the milestone set in 2014. So what to do with this sizable jump in Schumann resonances?

What researchers can mutually agree on is that these changes clearly mean a change of some kind. It is now believed that humans, who have resided in a latent state for thousands of years, are awakening to a greater reality where thoughts will materialize almost in an instant.

The Schumann resonance and the change that has been taking place in recent years are some of the best evidence we have of this change. It has long been suspected that human beings acting at the level of “collective consciousness” may impact the structure of the magnetic field and create disturbances (or some influence) in it, such as the recently detected spikes. This is usually amplified during times of a high spike in states of anxiety, passion, or tension.

This is all based on the fact that the Schumann frequency is “in tune” with the alpha and theta states of the human brain. These rising resonances naturally correspond to the activity of human brainwaves, which means that if Mother Earth is regulating her vibration frequency, then we might as well, especially due to our bond with her.

Another thing to keep in mind is the acceleration of time that has been felt by a growing number of people lately. Since the planet is pulsing at a more careful rate, it could also mean that this is affecting time itself, speeding it up.

So why do we feel that time passes faster than usual?

The reason is apparently related to the acceleration of the Schumann Resonance which makes us perceive a period of 24 hours as about 16 hours. We know that the “heartbeat of the Earth” is accelerating, and after thousands of years with a rigid notion of time, where a full day counted 24 hours, the accelerating “heartbeat” of the Earth is making us feel only two thirds of that. temporal quantity, due to our unconscious adjustment to this New Age frequency.

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