The Schumann Resonance is NOT increasing

schumann resonances Oct 31, 2019

I just wanted to make this clear once and for all: there is no such thing as the Schumann Resonance increasing or rising. At least not in the way you may think.

A lot of people make a lot of money counting on us not doing the research. They get rich because they know most people will take on anything that fits their story. And a lot of people are desperate to believe in something that makes sense of all of this.

It’s our weak spot. We invent stories in an attempt to explain what we feel so that we can have that sense of control over our lives. There’s nothing wrong with telling stories, as long as it doesn’t prevent you from following your Strategy and listening to your own inner Authority, remember?

So let’s talk Schumann Resonance, shall we?

The Schumann Resonances are global electromagnetic resonances occurring in the cavity formed between the Earth's surface and the ionosphere. It is mostly used to track global lightning activity.

The Schumann Resonances are a set of spectrum peaks in the extreme low-frequency portion of the Earth's electromagnetic field spectrum.

You could consider the Schumann Resonances as "the heartbeat" of our planet.

The fundamental mode of this spectrum is known as 7.83 Hz (F1). Other orders in this spectrum are 14.1 Hz (F2), 20.3 Hz (F3), and 33.8 Hz (F4).

The fundamental mode (7.83 Hz) is a standing wave in the Earth–ionosphere cavity with a wavelength equal to the circumference of the Earth (40,075 km).

Here's what this spectrum of frequencies looks like these days:

This is where you can view the F1, F2, F3, and F4 frequencies in realtime (Tomsk area, Russia).

The frequencies have been stable since measurements began. It fluctuates no more than a few Hz at a time.

Resonance occurs at specific frequencies, namely at natural frequencies. These are frequencies at which a standing wave can occur in the object, in this case, in the cavity between the Earth's surface and the ionosphere. The 7.83 Hz (F1), the fundamental mode of the Schumann Resonances, is an example of a standing wave.

For resonance to rise, the Earth would have to change its size, and the cavity between the Earth's surface and the ionosphere would have to change drastically, too, to see the "peak" in resonance people are talking about. That hasn't happened yet, did it?

As far as we know, the size of the Earth hasn't changed. The height of the ionosphere is dependent upon the density of the upper atmosphere and solar radiation. If either of those things changed, we'd know all about it, for sure.

So, how is it possible that people think the Schumann Resonances rise?

It's quite simple: people do not know how to interpret the Schumann Resonances spectrograph.

What is changing is not the resonance but the amplitude of the Schumann resonances.

The amplitude increases when ionospheric plasma gets excited. Ionospheric plasma excitation happens because of solar activity, thunderstorms, and lightning. That's exactly what you see in this graph:

The amplitude is the maximum result of the vibration, or, in other words, the greatest deviation from the equilibrium position.

When you pull the A-string (440 Hz) of a guitar harder and softer, then the amplitude will fluctuate (it will sound louder and softer), but the frequency of the A-string will still be 440 Hz.

Now, look at this spectrograph again:

This is not a fluctuation in resonance, but a fluctuation in amplitude, due to solar activity or local weather (Tomsk area, Russia). In other words, you are looking at the ionospheric plasma getting excited 🤩

All this is happening while the frequencies are still quite stable:

What to make of all this?

I know this may be very disappointing, but the Schumann Resonance has been stable for thousands of years, and that is not going to change soon.

The question is, instead: how does amplitude influence us as human beings? Think of feeling the electric charge in the air when you experience a thunderstorm nearby. Or what happens when a solar storm hits our planet.

But also: what story are you compelled to tell yourself with what you're feeling and going through right now? Why do you need that story?

I challenge you to be wise about the narratives you tell yourself, to be wise about the information you're absorbing from others, and to always do the work.

If it feels important to you, do the work: research, investigate, and always listen to your inner Authority.

Humanity is evolving, for sure.
You don't need theories like the rising of the Schumann Resonances to feel it.

You know it, deep inside.
You feel it.
You see it all around you.

We're hitting the next phase in our human evolution.
We live in exciting times.

Do the (inner) work. Have patience.
Follow your Strategy and listen to your Authority; love yourself and enjoy the ride.
It will all work out just fine.

Used sources: Wikipedia, Project Avalon, Tomsk Space Observing System

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