Richard Alan Miller
Organization for the Advancement of Knowledge (O.A.K.), Grants Pass, Or.,
Our brain waves share and
are attuned to certain frequencies of the Schumann's resonances,
signals that pulsate between the Earth's crust and ionosphere.
EM Frequencies And Brainwave Responses
Measuring Brainwaves - EEG Research
We've Got Rhythm: Human Psychophysiology
Measuring Changes In The Schumann's
Tampering With The Ionosphere
Collating The Geophysical And
Implications And Directions
The rhythm of life has evolved at an even tempo for epochs.
We live in a
matrix of oscillating fields; the tiniest fluctuations in one interlocked
field carry over perturbation into others. Many times per second, pulses
travel completely around the world between our planet's surface and the
ionosphere sending coordinating signals to all organisms. These signals
couple us to the global electrostatic field. Named for their discoverer,
these Schumann Resonances (SR) provide the orchestrating pulse for life on
We all march to the cadence of this cosmic drummer - our planetary
heartbeat, which sets the tempo for health and well-being. Damaging this
planetary pacemaker could spell doom for life as we know it. In the name of
progress and defense, this pacemaker is now threatened, while vast amounts
of public money are spent on this exploitation.
Even more tax funds are
allocated to implement the ill-conceived "Star Wars" missile defense, and
the energy beam
"What is clear is that part of the money voted to Bush’s Star Wars plan will
be used for research into space-based lasers," the Independent reported.
"These, we are told, will be used to shoot down the missiles fired in anger
by ‘rogue states.’ But they will, inevitably, evolve into weapons aimed at
America’s enemies from space. U.S. Space Command doesn’t even
bother to hide this fact. The most chilling illustration in Vision 2020
is of such a space-based laser firing a beam of energy at the earth."
"What the Russians are worried about (as they’re trying to explain in badly
translated prose from Moscow’s Interfax News Agency) are U.S. plans to begin
large-scale scientific experiments using the Alaska-based HAARP in 2003.
Ninety Russian deputies signed the appeal against the HAARP program,
charging that the experiments "would create weapons capable of breaking
radio communication lines and equipment installed on spaceships and
rockets, provoke serious accidents in electricity networks and in oil
and gas pipelines and have a negative impact on the mental health of
people populating entire regions."
The ionosphere shields us from deadly radiation from the sun and deep space.
Holes are now being routinely punched in this insulating blanket by
high-frequency radio waves, and may accidentally tear open the fragile
cocoon of human and planetary evolution. Dire consequences could be as
devastating as the failure of an individual's pacemaker.
First, we will give
an overview, then define and describe some terms used here in greater detail
deeper in the article.
This environmental rhythm - the fundamental driving system for all life on
our small blue planet - is jeopardized by human manipulations of the
ionosphere, such as project HAARP.
It is dangerous to fool with Mother
Nature as the results of ozone depletion and other ecological calamities
have shown. It might be easy to see that such survival risks don't balance
alleged benefits, but targeted research on potential problem areas has been
Lewis B. Hainsworth was among the first to suggest that human health is
linked with geophysical parameters by way of the naturally occurring
Schumann ELF (extremely low frequencies).
His hypothesis identified
naturally occurring features which determine the frequency spectrum of human
brain-wave rhythms. He concluded that the frequencies of human brain-waves
evolved in response to these signals. If the hypothesis is correct,
conditions for evolutionary changes in human brainwave patterns have now
"The frequencies of naturally occurring electro-magnetic
signals, circulating in the electrically resonant cavity bounded by the
earth and the ionosphere, have governed or determined the 'evolution' or
development of the frequencies of operation of the principal human
brain-wave signals: In particular, the alpha-rhythm is so placed that it can
in no circumstances suffer an extensive interference from naturally
Further, variations in them can produce mild to disastrous health and
These waves probably help regulate our bodies' internal
clock, affect sleep patterns (REM), and hormonal secretion. The nature of
the applied stimulus makes it difficult to identify the responses directly,
as they are most likely to occur in the form of stress-related conditions.
They will therefore, show up as drastic increases in mental disturbance,
anti-social behavior, psycho-somatic conditions, and neurological
Some electrical field phenomena have already been linked with
abnormal cell growth and a decrease in immuno-competency.
All these factors could be expected to lead to the appearance of 'new'
diseases, probably accompanied by a decline in resistance to many minor
infections: an increase in conditions related to abnormal cell development,
including cancer, birth defects, and infertility and an increase in
psychological disturbance problems, e.g. drug addiction, and suicides. These
existing psychobiological problems will increase in scale, but could be
studied for deviations from 'normal' alpha cycles of 10.4 Hz with detectable
changes in psychological characteristics and mental abilities.
Hainsworth therefore strongly urged that research be carried out by
widespread measurements of the natural SR signals' frequency variations and
field-strengths comparing them with resulting figures for the incidence of
heart attacks, suicide attempts, road accidents, social violence, domestic
accidents, crime, etc.
Studies are often conducted in this inferential way,
such as those by Krippner and Persinger (1989), searching correlations
between the phenomenon of earth lights and tectonic strain with reports of
UFO sightings, abduction reports and other anomalous psychophysical
experiences, for an electromagnetic correlation to temporal lobe seizures.
The authors also strongly suggest that correlations of broad changes in the
modulations of Schumann's Resonance be studied in relationship to microwave
radiation, ELF signals, and HAARP, for both immediate and long-term
consequences. We have discussed the obvious ramifications of such EM
pollution and 10 - 50 Hz modulations on the human system elsewhere
("Synthetic Telepathy," 2001).
We (Miller & Miller) have discussed the benefits for human well being and
relaxation to entraining with these natural rhythms in The Diamond Body
(1981). When a person is deeply relaxed, slow rhythmic sine wave patterns
can be detected in both the EEG and the heart-aorta resonating oscillator in
the 6-8 Hz range. Resonance occurs when the natural vibration frequency of a
body is greatly amplified by vibrations at the same frequency from another
Oscillators alter the environment in a periodic manner. Thus, standing waves
in the body, during meditation/relaxation or not, can be driven by a larger
signal. Progressively amplified wave forms, created by resonance, result in
large oscillations entraining other circuits in the body tuned to those
A hierarchy of frequencies thus couples our psychophysical
selves to the harmonic frequency of the electrical charge of the Earth,
which naturally pulses at the same frequencies. This is hardly a coincidence
as we are adaptive products of our environment.
Our planet is surrounded by a layer of electrically charged particles called
the ionosphere. The lower layer of the ionosphere is roughly 80 km from the
crust; this charged layer is known to reflect radio waves. Bombardment by HAARP signals "pushes" out this boundary layer, thus altering the natural
pulsating rhythm. Natural fluctuations in frequency occur daily, by the
lunar month, and in response to solar flares.
Since this is a highly charged layer, the ionosphere forms a so-called
capacitor with the Earth.
This means that there is a difference in
electrical potential between the two, the Earth being negatively charged and
the ionosphere being positively charged. This potential varies somewhat but
is around 200 volts/m.
This is a fundamental type of electrical generator.
The solar winds, interacting with the upper atmosphere rotation, act as a
collector and brushes of a generator. The lower atmosphere can be seen as a
storage battery for this gradient potential.
This electromagnetic field around the earth can be viewed as a stiff jelly.
When our bodies move and vibrate, these movements are transmitted to the
environment, and vice versa. These fields not only impinge on our bodies,
they also affect the charges inside our bodies. When we are standing on the
ground, under normal conditions, we are grounded.
Our body then acts as a
sink for the electrostatic field and actually distorts the force lines
somewhat. Our body also has its own electrostatic field about itself. These
field lines are the result of the various biochemical reactions in the body.
This resultant bio-field couples us to the isoelectric field of the planet
(Miller & Miller, 1981).
W. O. Schumann calculated the Earth-ionosphere cavity resonance
frequencies, which were then named for him.
He fixed the most predominant
standing wave around 7.5 Hz.
A "tuned system" consists of at least two
oscillators of identical resonance frequencies. If one oscillator starts
emitting, the other will be activated by the signal very shortly, in the
process of resonance, entrainment, or kindling.
Kindling is a term applied, in particular, to the entrainment of neurons in
the brain. They are ignited in coherent global patterns producing larger
waves across a greater surface of the brain. It becomes obvious that in deep
meditation, when waves of alpha and theta rhythms cascade across the entire
brain, it is possible for the human being and the planet to come into
There is a transfer of energy and information, which is embedded
in a field rather than being a field. Perhaps the planet communicates with
us in this primal language of frequencies.
Ample anthropological evidence shows that humans have intuitively
synchronized with the planetary resonance throughout human history and back
into the mists of time.
There is cross-cultural evidence demonstrating a
variety of ritualistic practices which enhance this harmonization with the
Perhaps the most obvious "drivers" of these trance states
are shamanic drumming and trance dance, arguably employed for over 50,000
years. Pulsing light is another driver. A further example comes from the use
in both the Jewish and Muslim faiths of bobbing and swaying while praying or
reading holy books.
This trancing phenomenon can be presumed to ingrain texts at a deeper level
and to create "experiences" to go along with conceptual indoctrination. It
may also be linked in some manner to hypnotic gesturing (mudras) and speech,
and therefore to charisma or so-called "mana" personalities.
Bateson reported a technique transmitted to Balinese children which this
culture intuitively employed to harmonize their communities. They discovered
that the parents encouraged their children to vibrate parts of their body,
harmonizing to the SR cycle. And you can do the same thing; you may already
do it unconsciously.
If you sit in a chair and move your foot so that it's resting on the ball of
the foot, and you get it at the right angle, your whole leg will start to
vibrate. It goes into an oscillation. That oscillation is so close to the SR
cycle as to be virtually the same. And that's what Balinese parents
encouraged their children to do. It helps them go into trance.
If one looks into a classroom of children, one will notice that the children
are never sitting still. Teachers and parents become annoyed, constantly
telling them to "Sit still!"
They are constantly bouncing their legs; and
moving their arms. This may be a natural way in which our body energizes
itself. And this may even be the heart and soul of most ceremonial
experiences. The body will begin to move, and hands begin to flutter. When
one look at the hands of a healer, they are typically fluttering. And if one
looks at the older ceremonial practices, where there is less constraint on
what they should or should not do, the whole body is usually shaking,
fluttering, or in constant motion.
And you'll see this in the Kalahari Bushmen healing dance, where someone is
filled with life energy.
Every part of their body becomes aroused, hot, and
begins shaking. If they grab another person and hug them, that person also
begins shaking and may turn and grab someone else.
One by one, everyone
begins literally vibrate with this pulsing energy. However, by the time it
gets to our culture or other contemporary cultures (like Chinese medicine),
this phenomena becomes very constrained and expresses through more subtle
practice, such as "therapeutic entrainment."
Can anybody intentionally induce this healing/energizing frequency? Yes,
certainly. There are all the kinds of little tricks and techniques - because there is not just one right way. It is a very natural capacity our
bodies are intuitively capable of effecting, vibrating with the pulse of
The purpose of this movement is to get outside the limitations
and constraints of isolated individual mind and connect with something
greater. It has any number of names but this "greater Mind" links us to one
another and to nature as a whole. (Keeney, 1997)
C.M. Anderson, M.D. (1998) of Harvard describes a commonly experienced yet
little-understood phenomenon he calls the Persistent Oscillatory Sound. Many
people notice this internally-generated 'sound,' particularly when ill or
dehydrated, as it seems to become "louder." It sounds like an insect hum.
Anderson links it, as well as the REM or dream state and
stress syndrome (PTDS) to the normal alpha 10Hz rhythmicity, as cited by
"Anderson speaks of the disturbing effect of lights and sounds, which might
result from loss of normal global habituation due to RF destabilization,
resulting in fear and/or rage. Again, trauma and drug abuse history is
strongly associated with asymmetric hemispheric function. Temporal lobe
structures such as the hippocampus and amygdala are particularly sensitive
to the effects of child abuse and trauma.
"Anderson conjectures the oscillatory sound could indicate rapid shifting or
cycling of attentional resources between the left and right hemispheres,
downshifting the normally constant 10 Hz rhythmicity of the olivocerebellar
system. This oscillatory auditory effect may function as an auditory driver.
The downshift effect may indicate possible flooding of the left hemisphere
by material from the uninhibited right which takes over primary conscious
focus. This sets the stage, along with phasic fluctuations of the S-Net and
uninhibited PGO, for the sudden onset of the SOC state and the waking dream
"Anderson alludes to "waking dreams as a healing journey through the fractal
hyperspace of emotionally indexed childhood memories." He asserts that "the basolateral amygdala (BLA) is a critical neural substrate of the waking
dream stage as fractal neural bursting in this subcortical cortex-like
structure may represent access points in a fractal hyperspace of
emotionally indexed memories."
"The effects of early trauma on the development of the amygdala and other
temporal lobe structures may interfere with its normal bilateral function
during REM-sleep mediated consolidation of emotionally significant events.
The recall of traumatic childhood experiences in adults, due to the
immaturity of limbic structures at the time of trauma, may require
electrical stimulation or intensive PGO-like activity present during the
Habitual disruption of normal sleep processes by stress
associated with combat, bereavement, divorce, child abuse, neglect or
chronic drug abuse interferes with the natural restorative function of phasic
According to electrical engineer Hainsworth, the influence of naturally
occurring SR signals on brain-wave pattern evolution is formally stated to
show that low-power electrical fields could produce evolutionary change.
electrical fields produced by modern electro-technology are then possible
sources of evolutionary change. The characteristics of some forms which
might result should be considered. Some fields might inhibit survival of
existing forms. Because of lack of available data, precise measurements are
lacking and must therefore be quantitatively valueless. Technology not only
will, but IS changing human evolution. Only extensive investigation of the
naturally occurring signals will give any lead to show what results might
The possibility exists that human health is linked with geophysical
parameters by way of the naturally occurring Schumann Resonances. A number
of attempts have been made to discover the correlation through geo-magnetic
and ionospheric storms. The correlation comes through the biological fact
that the human system is apparently sensitive to such low-power ELF signals.
We don't know what the range of such a correlation might be.
The frequency values of the SR signals are determined by the effective
dimensions of the cavity between the earth and ionosphere. Thus any events
which change these dimensions will change the resonant frequencies.
And as Hainsworth warned,
"such events could be ionospheric storms, and could even
result from a MAN-MADE IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE".
theory, any disturbance that drives fields from their harmonious rhythm,
spreads out to disturb neighboring fields.
Harmonizing rhythms usually
return to orderly pulsations once the source of disturbance is removed. A
strong harmonizing rhythm will drive and entrain the matrix of interlocking
fields, creating more orderliness.
Geomagnetic storms are the magnetic changes produced by ionospheric storms,
and are thus associated with conditions capable of changing the Schumann
signals. However, although such storms can produce these changes,
measurement of these parameters can not give any indication of whether the
resonant signals have changed to a value outside their normal range or not.
Since the undisturbed state of the ionosphere corresponds to the normal
Schumann resonance patterns, then ionospheric disturbances are likely to
produce abnormal patterns, but will not necessarily do so in all cases. If
biological response is linked to the Schumann signals, this will reduce any
apparent link with geomagnetic or ionospheric data.
Trying to determine relations between geophysical and biological conditions
can become extremely complex. The frequencies of the Schumann signals change
with ionospheric conditions. These conditions change diurnally, seasonally,
and with variations in solar activity. That, in its own turn, varies both
with the eleven-year sunspot cycle, and also with a twenty-seven to
twenty-nine day cycle, mainly during sunspot minimum periods.
changes in the height and thickness of the layers could also sometimes
affect the cavity dimensions and hence the Schumann frequencies. So can
powerful ELF signals from HAARP.
It should be born in mind that if some signal conditions are harmful, then
other conditions might be beneficial. This mean that if, for example, season
and tidal conditions have resulted in the signals being in a biologically
disturbing state then the advent of a solar flare could result in changes in
the signals bringing them into a biologically beneficial state.
could also occur. If we are sensitive to ELF signals, then when these
factors are considered we would expect to get confusion if we try to link
any effect with geophysical changes. For instance we could get incidence of
classic states of "lunacy" some years if damaging signals coincided with
full moons, then other year's observation and analyses would show that the
effects were not lunar.
An analysis of the correlation between the incidence of ionospheric
disturbances and rates of admission to Heathcote Hospital (Western
Australia) for about a three year total indicated that when a disturbance
occurred then the admission rate changed. The probability of the association
being random was of the order of 2000:1 against.
However, the fact that
sometimes the rates went up and sometimes down, showed that ionospheric
storms changed the rate of incidence of mental disturbance in a way that is
consistent with that change being dependent on the actual causes being
linked to variations in the Schumann resonant signals.
At that point, Hainsworth decided to concentrate on trying to get some observational work
going on measuring the Schumann signals.
Hainsworth's set up used a 2000-turn 1 meter square antenna, and another of
1/3 meter square, plus amplifiers to handle signals from the 0-30 Hz. His
amplified Schumann signals were analyzed in a laboratory. On one occasion
the signal dropped to zero amplitude when a solar flare occurred, and did
not start recovering for about an hour and a half. It was originally just
under 7 Hz and came back at only just over 6 Hz. His next step would have
been to develop a wave analyzer to try to pick out individual signals. But
the failing health of both himself and his wife prevented this.
The value of proceeding with his seminal work has now increased many-fold by
the threat to his homeland Western Australia by the proposed Missile Shield.
This is the offspring of the United States' HAARP program in Alaska, whose
raison d' etre or mission statement is vague to purposefully misleading,
allegedly dealing with national security.
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EM FREQUENCIES AND BRAINWAVE RESPONSES
Hainsworth posed a series of questions, all of which are answered with a
resounding 'yes.' This should lead us in the direction of extreme caution
toward introducing new EM or ELF sources and ionospheric changes in our
He presented his data in the two appended papers.
1. Does the human biological system contain, use, or generate, any forms of
2. Does it respond to any of these signals?
3. Does it respond to audible signals at these frequencies?
4. Does it respond to optical signals at these frequencies?
5. Do human signals change with psychological or mental states, such as
stress or problem solving?
6. Does the human system respond to any very, very low power electromagnetic
Brain-waves have only been studied since about the mid-1920s, and the signal
form that is apparently most widely known, and identified is the
The frequency of this signal varies from individual to
individual, but it lies between about 8Hz and 12Hz, with an average value of
10.5Hz. Theta- and Beta- rhythm signals also occur, and are identifiable by
EEG, below the 8Hz, and above the 12Hz frequencies.
Since the discovery and measurement of these signals a great deal of effort
has been devoted to trying to work out how they originated in the first
place, and what determines their frequencies of operation. In the
early-to-mid 1950s a geo-physicist (almost certainly uninterested in
neurology) suggested that electromagnetic signals might circulate at
extremely low frequencies in the electrically resonant cavity between the
earth and the ionosphere. He was right.
The signal came to be called
One major component was originally predicated at a
frequency of about 10Hz. In 1959 it was measured to be slightly different.
Meanwhile the military co-opted the discovery for using ELF signals for
In fact, the first mode of these circulating signals has an average value of
7.8Hz with a typical diurnal range of from 7.2 to 8.8 Hz, and the second
mode has an average value of 14.1Hz and a range of from 13.2 to 15.8Hz.
These match the brain-wave Theta-rhythm and Beta-rhythm nicely.
range between the two modes is a very reasonable match with the normal
frequency range of the human alpha-rhythm, between 8 - 12Hz or cycles.
Additionally, it was found that there is minimum (zero) power circulating in
the earth/ionosphere cavity at 10.4Hz - which is virtually an exact match
for the average value of the Alpha-rhythm. Hainsworth points out that the
existence of these natural signals and the close relationship of their
frequencies of oscillation was unknown to senior neurologists and mental
health specialists as late as 1975.
Hainsworth argues that up to the end of 1979 no long-term systematic
measurements of any great value of the Schumann resonance signals were being
made. Measurements were being made intermittently for the purpose of
obtaining research data for use by post-graduate geophysicists in
constructing esoteric mathematical models of the ionosphere.
It follows from this that, until long after the end of 1979, no figures on
these signals were available. Consequently no "expert" can produce numerical
evidence to support an objection to Hainsworth's original hypothesis, since
the only numerical values available are those favoring it.
He left us with
some open-ended questions:
Has any evidence ever been obtained to indicate that the human system is
totally unaffected by externally applied electromagnetic fields?
Have any measurement programs ever been attempted to show whether the
human system is either (a) totally unaffected, (b) always affected, or (c)
sometimes affected by naturally [or artificially] occurring electromagnetic
Have the existence of such signals, having a close relationship with
human biological signal frequencies been known for many years?
Have those relationships been studied with adequate protocols in any
Planet Earth has a natural frequency for electromagnetic radiation
called the Schumann resonances.
The human brain also has resonant natural
frequencies for EM radiation "in tune" with the planetary cycles.
Resonances are actually observed by experiment occurring at several harmonic
frequencies between 6 and 50 cycles per second. A cycle equals a Hz.
Specifically they are found at 7.8, 14, 20, 26, 33, 39, and 45 Hertz,
allowing a daily variation of around +/- 0.5Hz.
Only as long as the properties of Earth's electromagnetic cavity remain
about the same, do these frequencies remain the same. Cycles may vary
somewhat due to ionospheric response to the cycle of solar activity,
properties of the atmosphere and magnetosphere.
Projects, such as
which heat up or blast out the ionosphere pose a potential threat to this
interactive system of catastrophic proportions.
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MEASURING BRAINWAVES - EEG RESEARCH
The resonant cavity formed between the ionosphere and the earth produces
rhythmic waves capable of entraining and phase locking with brainwaves.
at the turn of this millennium, engineer Hainsworth (now deceased) seems to
have been unfamiliar with extensive work in brainwave research in neurology,
hypnotherapy and bio- and neural-feedback. This research includes extensive
experiments in frequency-following response (ffr) and relating brainwaves,
brainwave deficiencies and irregularities to psychobiological states.
The brain is a massive source of ELF signals that get transmitted throughout
the body through the nervous system, which is sensitive to magnetic fields.
Brainwaves and natural biorhythms can be entrained by strong external ELF
signals, such as stationary waves at Schumann resonance. Entrainment,
synchronization, and amplification leads toward coherent large-scale
activity, rather than typical flurries of transient brainwaves.
resonant standing waves emerge from the brain, which under the right
conditions facilitates internal and external bioinformation transfer, via
ELF electromagnetic waves. These SR waves, exhibit non-local character and
The EEG (electroencephalograph) measures brainwaves of different frequencies
within the brain. Rhythmicity in the EEG is a key variable in the
coordination of cortical activity. Electrodes are placed on specific sites
on the scalp to detect and record the electrical impulses within the brain.
Frequency is the number of times a wave repeats itself within a second. It
can be compared to the frequencies on a radio. Amplitude represents the
power of electrical impulses generated by the brain. Volume or intensity of
brain wave activity is measured in microvolts.
Raw EEG frequency bands include Gamma (higher than 30Hz); Beta (14-30Hz);
Alpha (7.5-13Hz); Theta (3.5-7.5Hz); and Delta (less than 4Hz). Their ranges
overlap one another along the frequency spectrum by 0.5Hz or more. These
frequencies are linked to behaviors, subjective feeling states,
physiological correlates, etc. Clinical improvement with EEG biofeedback is
traceable to improved neuroregulation in the basic functions by appeal to
their underlying rhythmic mechanisms.
Schumann's resonance forms a natural feedback loop with the human mind/body.
Our brains and bodies developed in the biosphere, the EM environment
conditioned by this cyclic pulse. Conversely, this pulse acts as a "driver"
of our brains, and can also potentially carry information as well.
Functional processes may be altered and new patterns of behavior facilitated
through the brain's web of inhibitory and excitatory feedback networks.
Like sound waves, the brain has its own set of vibrations it uses to
communicate with itself and the rest of the body; EEG equipment
distinguishes these waves by measuring the speed with which neurons fire in
cycles per second. At their boundaries these waves can overlap somewhat,
merging seamlessly into one another, so different researchers may give
slightly different readings for the range of cycles per second.
cycling determines the type of activity, kindling wave after wave over the
whole surface of the brain, by igniting more neurons.
BETA waves (14 cycles per second and above) dominate our normal waking state
of consciousness when attention is directed towards cognitive tasks and the
outside world. Beta waves range between 13-40 Hz. Gamma (above 30 Hz)
represents hyperarousal. The Beta wave is associated with peak
concentration, heightened alertness and visual acuity. Nobel Prize winner,
Sir Francis Crick and other scientists believe that the 40Hz beta frequency
may be key to the act of cognition.
ALPHA waves (7-13 cycles per second) are present during dreaming and light
meditation when the eyes are closed. As more and more neurons are requited
to this frequency, alpha waves cycle globally across the whole cortex. This
induces of deep relaxation, but not quite meditation. In Alpha, we begin to
access the wealth of creativity that lies just below our conscious
awareness. It is the gateway, the entry point that leads into deeper states
of consciousness. Alpha is also the home of the window frequency known as
the Schumann Resonance, which is the resonant frequency of the earth's
electromagnetic field. SR waves propagate with little attenuation around the
planet. When we intentionally generate alpha waves and go into resonance
with that earthy frequency, we naturally feel better, refreshed, in tune, in
synch. It is, in fact, environmental synchronization.
THETA waves (4-7 cycles per second) occur most often in sleep but are also
dominant in the deepest state of mediation (body asleep/mind awake). The
optimum level for deep thought is this realm of Theta. In Theta, our senses
are withdrawn from the external world and focused on the mindscape,
internally originating signals. Theta waves are associated with mystery, an
elusive and extraordinary realm we can explore. It is that twilight state
which we normally only experience fleetingly as we rise from the depths of
delta upon waking, or drifting off to sleep. In theta we are in a waking
dream, vivid imagery flashes before the mind's eye and we are receptive to
information beyond our normal conscious awareness. Theta has also been
identified as the gateway to learning and memory. Theta meditation increases
creativity, enhances learning, reduces stress and awakens intuition and
other extrasensory perception skills.
DELTA waves range between 0-4 Hz. Delta is associated with deep sleep. In
deepest meditation and dreamless sleep, Delta waves are generated. Each of
these brainwave frequencies serves an important function. DELTA waves confer
a suspension of external existence and provide the most profound feelings of
peace. In addition, certain frequencies in the delta range trigger the
release of growth hormone beneficial for healing and regeneration. This is
why sleep, deep restorative sleep is so essential to the healing process.
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WE'VE GOT RHYTHM - HUMAN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
There is a harmonic relationship between the earth and our mind/bodies.
Earth's low frequency isoelectric field, the magnetic field of the earth,
and the electrostatic field which emerges from our bodies are closely
interwoven. Our internal rhythms interact with external rhythms, affecting
our balance, REM patterns, health, and mental focus. SR waves probably help
regulate our bodies' internal clocks, affecting sleep/dream patterns,
arousal patterns, and hormonal secretion.
The rhythms and pulsations of the human brain mirror those of the resonant
properties of the terrestrial cavity, which functions as a waveguide.
natural frequency pulsation is not a fixed number, but an average of global
readings, much like EEG is an average of brainwave readings. SR actually
fluctuates, like brainwaves, due to geographical location, lightning, solar
flares, atmospheric ionization and daily cycles.
The most important slow rhythm is the daily rhythm sensed directly as change
of light. Rhythms connected with the daily rhythm are called circadian (an
example is pineal gland melatonin secretion). Some experiments in the
absence of natural light have shown that the basic human "clock" is actually
slightly longer than one day, and closer to one lunar day (24h 50min). The
lunar day has a similar period (24h 50min).
On a slower scale, a strong influence on the Earth is its geomagnetic field,
which is influenced by the following periods:
the Moon's rotation (29.5
the Earth's rotation (365.25 days)
Sun spots (11 and 22 years)
nutation cycle (18.6 years)
the rotation of the planets (88 days to 247.7
all the way out to the galaxy's rotation cycle (250 million
Very important rhythms are in the order of 1-2 hours, like hormone
secretion, and dominant nostril exchange.
In the range of human EEG, we have
the Sun's electromagnetic oscillation of 10Hz, while the Earth-ionosphere SR
system is resonant at frequencies in the theta, alpha, beta1 and beta2
Different species often have internal generators of environmental rhythms,
which can be extremely precise, up to 10 -4. The frequency of these
oscillators is then phase locked loop (PLL) synchronized with the natural
rhythms. Environmental synchronization sources are often called
"zeitgebers." The mechanism of optical synchronization can be shown. The
presented rhythms should inspire a better understanding of the interaction
of internal and external rhythms during specific states of consciousness.
This bioelectrical domain is geared to thalamocortical generation of
rhythmic activity. In neurofeedback, what is being trained is the degree of
rhythmicity of the thalamocortical regulatory circuitry. Rhythmicity manages
the entire range of activation and arousal in the bio-electrical domain. One
role advocated for rhythmic activity is that of time binding, the need for
harnessing brain electrical activity which is spatially distributed while
maintaining it as a single entity. Brainwaves indicate the arousal
dimension, and arousal mediates a number of conditions. Changes in
sympathetic and parasympathetic arousal "tunes" the nervous system.
Underarousal leads toward Unipolar or Reactive Depression, Attention Deficit
Disorder, chronic pain and insomnia. Overarousal is linked with anxiety
disorders, sleep onset problems, nightmares, hypervigilance, impulsive
behavior, anger/aggression, agitated depression, chronic nerve pain and
spasticity. A combination of under- and overarousal causes anxiety and
depression, as well as ADHD.
Instabilities in certain rhythms can be
correlated with tics, obsessive-compulsive disorder, aggressive behavior,
rage, bruxism, panic attacks, bipolar disorder, migraines, narcolepsy,
epilepsy, sleep apnea, vertigo, tinnitus, anorexia/bulimia, suicidal
ideation and behavior, PMS, multiple chemical sensitivities, diabetes,
hypoglycemia, and explosive behavior.
Delta waves are the slowest but highest in amplitude. They are abundant in
deep, dreamless sleep, non-REM sleep, trance, and unconsciousness. Theta
waves mean 'slow" activity connected often with creativity, intuition,
daydreaming or recalling emotions and sensations. Focus is internal in this
state between waking and sleep. Under stress it may manifest as distraction,
lack of focus. Alpha waves aid relaxation and overall mental coordination,
calmness, alertness, inner awareness, mind/body integration and learning.
Beta is a 'fast' activity, present when we are alert or even anxious;
problem-solving, judgment, decision making, processing information, mental
activity, focus. Gamma appears to relate to simultaneously processing
information from different brain areas: memory, learning abilities,
integrated thoughts, information-rich task processing. Gamma rhythms
modulate perception and consciousness, which disappears with anesthesia.
Synchronous activity at about 40Hz appears involved in binding sensory
inputs into the single, unitary objects we perceive.
The brain responds to inputs at a certain frequency or frequencies. The
computer can create wave form patterns or certain frequencies that compare
with the mind's neural signals in terms of mind patterns. If people can
control their mind patterns, they can enter different states of being
(mental relaxation, study, etc.).
What happens when the mind is entrained
with a sound or vibration that reflects the thought patterns? When the mind
responds to certain frequencies and behaves as a resonator, is there a
harmonic frequency that the mind vibrates to or can attune to? What does the
study of harmonic resonance - sound or vibration have to do with the brain's
Sound-waves are examples of periodicity, of rhythm. Sound is measured in
cycles per second (Hertz or Hz).
Each cycle of a wave is in reality a single
pulse of sound. The average range of hearing for the human ear is somewhere
between 16 hz. and 20,000 Hz. We can not hear extremely low frequencies
(ELFs), but we can perceive them as rhythmic.
Entrainment is the process of synchronization, where vibrations of one
object will cause the vibrations of another object to oscillate at the same
rate. External rhythms can have a direct effect on the psychology and
physiology of the listener. Slower tempos from 48-70 BPMS have been proven
to decrease heart and respiratory rates, thereby altering the predominate
Binaural beats are continuous tones of subtlety different frequencies, which
are delivered to each ear independently in stereo via headphones. If the
left channel's pitch is 100 cycles per second and the right channel's pitch
is 108 cycles per second, the difference between the two equals 8 cycles per
second. When these sounds are combined they produce a pulsing tone that
waxes and wanes in a "wah-wah" rhythm.
Binaural beats are not an external sound; rather they are subsonic
frequencies heard within the brain itself. These frequencies are created as
both hemispheres work simultaneously to hear sounds that are pitched
differed by key mathematical intervals (window frequencies). The brainwaves
respond to these oscillating tones by following them (entrainment) and both
hemispheres begin to work together. Communication between the two sides of
the brain is associated with flashes of creativity, insight and wisdom.
Alpha-wave biofeedback is considered a consciousness self-regulation
technique, while alpha-frequency binaural-beat stimulation
(frequency-following response) is a passive management technique where
cortical potentials entrain to or resonate at the frequency of an external
Through the self-regulation of specific cortical rhythms, we begin
to control those aspects of consciousness associated with that rhythm.
the goal is alpha, either in meditation or biofeedback, it means entraining
with the primary Schumann resonance.
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MEASURING CHANGES IN THE SCHUMANN'S RESONANCES
Earth's background base frequency, or "heartbeat," (SR) fluctuates and may
be rising dramatically.
Though it varies among geographical regions, for
decades the overall measurement was 7.8 cycles per second. This was once
thought to be a constant and so global military communications were
developed using this frequency. Recent reports set the rate at over 11
cycles, and climbing. Science doesn't know why, what to make of it, or even
if these reports are credible.
Gregg Braden claims to have found data collected by Norwegian and Russian
researchers, saying it's not widely reported in the U.S. These authors have
been unable to substantiate this. He suggests the only reference to SR to be
found in the Seattle Library reference section is tied to the weather.
Science acknowledges SR as a sensitive indicator of temperature variations
and worldwide weather conditions.
Braden believes the fluctuating SR may be
a factor in the severe storms, floods, and weather of recent years.
As previously stated, the Earth behaves like an enormous electric circuit.
The atmosphere is actually a weak conductor and if there were no sources of
charge, its existing electric charge would diffuse away in about 10 minutes.
There is a 'cavity' defined by the surface of the Earth and the inner edge
of the ionosphere, whose height also fluctuates somewhat. At any moment, the
total charge residing in this cavity is reported at 500,000 Coulombs.
There is a vertical current flow between the ground and the ionosphere
described in the literature at 1 - 3 x 10^-12 Amperes per square meter. The
resistance of the atmosphere is 200 Ohms. The voltage potential is 200,000
Volts. There are about 1000 lightning storms at any given moment worldwide.
Each produces 0.5 to 1 Ampere and these collectively account for the
measured current flow in the Earth's 'electromagnetic' cavity.
The Schumann Resonances are quasi standing wave electromagnetic waves that
exist in this cavity. Like waves on a string, they must be potentiated or
excited in order to be observed. They are not caused by internal terrestrial
factors, or Earth's crustal movements, or its core which does produce
magnetic fields. SR is generated around electrical activity in the
atmosphere, particularly emerging from intense lightning activity.
properties of Earth's electromagnetic cavity remains about the same, these
frequencies remain the same. Presumably there is some change due to the
solar sunspot cycle as the Earth's ionosphere changes in response to flares
and mass ejections during the 11-year cycle of solar activity. High energy
charges coming off the sun brush across the upper atmosphere, ionizing gases
in the upper atmosphere.
Since the earth's atmosphere carries a charge, a current and a voltage, it
is not surprising to find such electromagnetic waves.
properties of this terrestrial cavity were first mathematically predicted by
German physicist W. O. Schumann between 1952 and 1957, and subsequently
detected by him with Konig in 1954.
Much of the research in recent decades
has been conducted by the Department of the Navy who use Extremely Low
Frequency (ELF) signals for communication with submarines. Of course, little
attention is given by defense contractors to issues of psychobiological
health and well being.
Between the almost perfectly conducting terrestrial surface and ionosphere,
a resonating cavity is formed. Broadband electromagnetic impulses, like
those from lightning flashes, fill this cavity, and create globally
enveloping Schumann resonances ranging from frequencies 5 - 50 Hz (Schumann,
1952; Bliokh et al., 1980; Sentman, 1987). The nominal average frequencies
observed are 7.8, 14, 20, 26, 33, 39, and 45 Hz with slight diurnal
variation (Sentman and Fraser, 1991).
Standard magnetometers are not able to measure the Schumann resonances. Even
the search coil (i.e., pulsation) magnetometers, most often sampled at about
0.1 Hz, do not allow such studies. Special equipment is thus needed (see,
e.g., Sentman and Fraser, 1991).
Current findings suggest,
The Schumann Resonances are actually observed by experiment to emerge at
several frequencies related to brainwaves. They range between 6 and 50
cycles per second, specifically 7.8 (alpha), 14 (low beta), 20 (mid beta),
26 (high beta), 33 (high beta), 39 (gamma) and 45Hz (gamma), with a daily
variation of about +/- 0.5 Hertz.
7.83 is the strongest of the seven resonances, in the alpha brainwave
range. If the rise in resonance continues, this primary resonance, the earth
pulse, changes from sub band low alpha (7-10Hz) to sub band high alpha
(10-12Hz), perhaps influencing our ability to deeply relax, balance and
integrate our mind/body connection. It could influence REM sleep and
dreaming. If it continues to rise, it will breach the threshold into 'fast'
beta activity. Low beta (12-15Hz) is associated with lack of focused
attention, and low beta can even reflect Attention Deficit Disorder.
The amplitude (i.e. intensity) of the Schumann resonance is not
constant, and appears to be extremely dependent upon tropical (and hence
global) temperature. Indeed preliminary results seem to indicate that a mere
one degree increase in temperature seems to be correlated with a doubling of
the SR. This could not be more significant, as it is unknown what
psychobiological effect these fluctuations could have on humans.
One of the most crucial questions in science today centers on whether or not
the planetary temperature is rising, falling, or remaining unchanged.
Recently global warming has been acknowledged by most in the field, and
technology is implicated. On one hand, analyses of thermometer measurements
of near-surface global (land and sea) air temperatures suggest the planet
has been warming in recent decades. But satellite measurements of the
planet’s lower atmospheric temperature show little perceptible warming from
1979 to 1998.
Temperature data from weather balloons launched throughout the world reveal
variations and trends in global temperatures that correspond to those found
in the satellite based measurements. Analysis of pressure thickness
measurements from these same balloons also shows no warming in recent
decades. It’s no wonder we have such an ongoing "heated debate" about the
recent temperature history of the earth! Most lay people know and recognize
their local weather is markedly different than past decades.
Scientists have suggested lately that another method may exist to accurately
monitor planetary temperature. The idea is simple, though the underlying
physics of the processes are complex. The method is based on the well known
fact that thunderstorms and lightning strokes in many parts of the world are
directly related to lower-atmospheric air temperatures. Higher temperatures
produce more lightning strokes, while lower temperatures tend to depress
Lightning discharges occurring anywhere in the world produce electromagnetic
pulses that spread away from the source. Much of the energy is quickly
degraded, but some of the energy the lightning produces falls in the
extremely low-frequency, long-wavelength domain of the electromagnetic
spectrum. At these long wavelengths, the energy from a lightning stroke is
able to circumnavigate the earth without serious degradation.
low-frequency/long-wavelength energy creates SR signals which can be
detected throughout the world.
Understanding SR waves requires a basic appreciation of the vertical
structure of the atmosphere. In that upper reaches of the ionosphere,
incoming ultraviolet radiation and soft X-rays affect atoms or bonded groups
of atoms, causing gains or losses of negatively charged electrons. This
interaction creates an environment of positively and negatively charged
particles of the high atmosphere that, among other interesting qualities,
can readily conduct electricity.
The bulk of our insultating atmosphere lies between two conducting layers of
earth's surface and the lower boundary of the ionosphere. This spherically
concentric cavity, called the earth-ionosphere cavity, is bounded by those
electrically conducting walls. Again, lightning discharges within the cavity
produce electromagnetic pulses that spread away from the source in the
extremely low-frequency domain, and the conductive walls of the cavity
produce some interesting effects for the low-frequency energy.
For example, energy with a frequency near 7.5 Hz (7.5 cycles per second)
would have a wavelength of about 40,000 km (recall that wavelength = speed
of light / frequency). Because this wavelength equals the circumference of
the earth, the energy is able to circumnavigate the earth–ionosphere cavity
without serious degradation. The 100 or so lightning bolts occurring each
second in the 2,000 concurrent thunderstorms around the world contribute to
the energy in the 7.5 Hz portion of the spectrum, which can be measured
anywhere on the planet. It is these resonance properties of the global
spherical capacitor or resonator that Schumann first predicted over 40 years
In an article published in Science, M.I.T. scientist Earle Williams (1992)
constructed a powerful argument that links Schumann resonances to convection
and ultimately to widespread tropical and/or global temperature. Williams
concluded that a 1°C warming in the tropics should result in a fourfold
increase in lightning activity, and he presented empirical data from several
locations to support his conclusion.
He noted that any measurable parameter
nonlinearly related to temperature could be extremely useful in assessing
the most subtle changes in global temperature.
Others have presented
Price (1993) concluded 1°C warming would increase
global lightning activity by 7 percent
Price and Rind (1994) found a 5
percent to 6 percent increase per 1°C sensitivity
Reeve and Toumi (1998) found the
sensitivity to be near 40 percent per 1°C
Regardless of the exact sensitivity, all scientists conclude that lightning
increases for even moderate amounts of warming worldwide.
generates a stronger SR, which may be useful in monitoring planetary
temperature. The link between SR and the number of lightning strokes is
supported by a mean day–night temperature fluctuation pattern. A diurnal
pattern of worldwide lightning exists with three maxima recorded regularly
due to the large number of mid- to late-afternoon thunderstorms in land
areas of Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia and Australia.
typically are first generated in Asia, later they form in Africa, and later
each day they congeal in South America.
Global warming has been linked to suspected rise in SR, and is a threat to
its synchronization with our brainwaves. Small changes in temperature pump
up into large signals in ELF resonances. Long-term monitoring and study of
global climate changes via measurements of extremely low frequency (ELF)
electromagnetic waves needs to be studied more closely.
intensity and frequencies of the lightning-induced ELF SR could help monitor
changes in the Earth's climate over time.
One program proposed to set up two or three widely separated ELF field
sites. One suggested site was a permanent SR monitoring station in the Negev
desert, Israel. Members of this proposal want to develop, test, and install
the appropriate software for automatic electromagnetic monitoring and
preliminary processing of the incoming data. They suggested simultaneous
measurements could be made in Russia and Sweden to test the global nature of
the ELF signals measured in Israel.
Continuous ELF data measured in Israel could be compared with other ELF data
sets from other locations around the world such as Hungary, USA, or Japan.
Furthermore, the relevant global climate data sets, such as surface
temperature, satellite observations of the global distribution of deep
convection, and global atmospheric water vapor measurements can be used for
comparisons with SR data to check the reliability of the "global
A systematic study of SR parameters during high-energy particle
precipitation events has also been presented. Protons and electrons with
energies above 1 MeV ionize the upper boundary of the Earth-ionosphere
cavity, leading to an increase of the resonance frequency and a decrease of
the damping of the first Schumann resonance, as derived from measurements at
Arrival Heights, Antarctica.
The study used the nine strongest solar proton events of the past Solar
Cycle 22 and high-energy electrons emitted periodically from co-rotating
interaction regions in the solar wind during 1994-1995. The variation of the
SR parameters is in qualitative agreement with current theories of Schumann
resonances. The study also shows that high-energy particle precipitation - solar ejecta
- is not the only relevant source affecting SR parameters.
reported findings constitute a so far little-explored aspect of
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TAMPERING WITH THE IONOSPHERE
Clearly, the dangers from conventional EM pollution sources and solar system
dynamics are substantial on their own.
But the potentials from so-called
"ionospheric heaters" are truly frightening, for we have no idea what
possibilities can emerge from long-term meddling with the delicate balance
of the ionosphere and global temperature, which is also linked to a
world-wide oceanic pumping system whose source lies off Greenland.
Tesla technology has been applied in a variety of ways, through the HAARP
Project, (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program), which might have
cavalierly been called, "How to Exploit the Ionosphere for Fun and Profit."
Yet this is No Joke! There are smaller systems at Arecibo, Puerto Rico;
Fairbanks Alaska; Tromso, Norway, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod and Apatity,
Russia; Kharkov, Ukraine and Dushanbe, Tadzhikstan.
HAARP is the largest of the so-called 'ionospheric heaters'. The ionosphere
begins approximately 35 miles above the surface and extends out beyond 500
miles. It contains both positively and negatively charged particles known as
ions and electrons naturally created as a result of the action of the sun's
radiation (solar winds). The ionosphere is capable of strong interaction
with radio waves - distorting them, totally reflecting or absorbing them.
Downward propagating waves can couple into the Earth-ionospheric wave guide.
H. L. Roland, expert in beam and plasma physics at the Naval Research
Laboratory in Washington D.C. says it is possible to modulate the ambient
current flowing in the ionosphere. The auroral electrojet can be manipulated
to generate extremely low frequency (ELF) and very low frequency (VLF)
radiation. This ionospheric modification technique can provide such waves
for probing both the Earth and the ionosphere-magnetosphere.
modification occurs in the lower D-region and can provide information about
the ambient conditions in one of the least diagnosed regions of the
HAARP's massive antenna-array (360 72 foot tall antennas, over a
thirty-three acre field, acting as one giant array) is managed by the US Air
Force and US Navy in Gakona, Alaska (200 miles east of Anchorage). It heats
the upper atmosphere with a focused and steerable electromagnetic beam
designed to simulate and control ionospheric process.
Gigawatts of effective
radiated power of high frequency radio energy are pumped into the
ionosphere. The transmitter (a particle injection device) can produce a beam
anywhere from several miles to several tens of miles in radius, using the
2.5-10 megahertz frequency range, at more than 3 gigawatts of power (3
billion watts) creating plumes of charged particles.
In 1998 input power was raised to 10 gigawatts, transmittable in the the
north-south or east-west direction. Reports say in each transmission cycle,
HAARP switches from the east-west to the north-south beams and back again,
producing a spiraling or "cork-screwing" upward at 0.9Hz.. This is called
"circular polarization" of the radio signal. It makes ions in the upper
atmosphere move in big circles with a one second lap time.
Optimum lap time is dictated by the plasma density related to the
temperature, number of ions and neutral atoms in the ionosphere. This makes
the ions, both electrons and protons, into little electromagnets. HAARP also
can function as a particle gun. The particles shoot off into space, still
spiraling and magnetic, following the earth's magnetic field lines,
completing a circuit from pole to pole in one second.
A number of public reasons for this project are given, including ELF
communications for submarines, but another host of surveillance and covert
military applications are suspected, based on Tesla's original descriptions
of the powers of such a massive pulse technology, including mind-control
experiments. Detractors have called HAARP a "skybuster" since it effectively
slices through the ionosphere like a microwave knife, producing a long tear
Physicist Daniel Winter, Ph.D. says HAARP high-frequency emissions can
couple with longwave (low-frequency, or ELF) pulses the Earth grid uses to
distribute information as vibrations to synchronize the dance of life in the
biosphere. He terms this geomagnetic action 'Earth's information
bloodstream", and claims it is probable that coupling HAARP HF
(high-frequency) with natural ELF (extremely low frequency) can cause
unplanned, unsuspected side effects.
As the Earth rotates, HAARP slices across geomagnetic flux (a donut-shaped
spool of magnetic strings like longitude meridians on maps).
HAARP may not
'cut' these strings in the magnetic mantle, but does pulse each thread with
harsh, disharmonious high frequencies, whose noisy impulses vibrate
geomagnetic flux lines, sensing shuddering vibrations throughout the
geomagnetic web. We can only conjecture at this point about its effects on
the foundations of human electromagnetic function.
Paul Schaefer, electrical engineer, alleges that radiation excites large
numbers of tiny unstable particles, high-velocity particles in the
atmosphere and Van Allen Belts and can be the villain in weather disruption
as Earth discharges the buildup of heat, relieving stress and tectonic
strain through earthquakes and volcanic action.
Ionospheric heaters deliberately create instabilities in the plasma layer of
the ionosphere to rev up the the energy level of charged particles. This
results also in electronic rain from the sky - electron precipitation from
the magnetosphere. It is caused by man-made very low frequency EM waves. The
precipitated particles can produce secondary ionization, emit X-rays, and
cause significant perturbation in the lower atmosphere, potentially
affecting human brainwaves, and even our evolution, if Hainsworth is
Thus, we see that HAARP can be employed for nefarious weather modification,
which can also damage the ozone layer and cause earthquakes. An electronic
beam can ionize or de-ionize the atmosphere over a given area, including
military targets. Thus, the key to geophysical warfare is the identification
of environmental instabilities where adding a small amount of energy can
release vastly greater amounts of energy. Hopefully, this system won't soon
be tested in any possible confrontation in the Middle East.
Frighteningly, mankind can now tamper with weather manipulation, climate
modification, polar ice cap melting or destabilization, ozone depletion
techniques, earthquake engineering, ocean wave control and brain wave
manipulations using the planet's energy fields, according to geophysics and
planetary physics expert Professor Gordon J. F. MacDonald. We must become
more aware, as are scientists that global weather is a complex system,
including air pressure and thermal systems, but also an electrical system.
Because of the so-called "butterfly effect" described in
chaos theory, input
of small charges get pumped up into big effects, since HAARP pulses the
ionosphere where it is relatively unstable, creating greater turbulence.
Complex systems, can suddenly collapse in catastrophic events. Cascades of
effects could destroy the biosphere.
It is important to remember that the ionosphere is an active electrical UV
shield which protects the biosphere from the constant bombardment of
high-energy radiation and particles from space.
This conducting plasma,
along with the Earth's magnetic field, traps the electrical plasma of space
and holds it back from going directly to the earth's surface, says Charles
Yost of Dynamic Systems, Leicester, North Carolina. Power line harmonic
resonance causes fallout of charged particles from the Van Allen (radiation)
belts, and the falling ions cause ice crystals which precipitate rain
HAARP can release a thousandfold-greater amount of energy than the
power injected into the ionosphere.
Non-linear effects mean small input with multi-gigawatt pulsing leads to
exponentially larger output. A "non-linear reaction" results from a small
input of energy entering an environmental instability and producing a vastly
increased energy output. Early ionospheric heaters began as ground-based
antennae that would focus a cone-shaped beam of energy over a relatively
large portion of the ionosphere, to heat it sufficient to get the desired
When physicist Eastlund reversed the cone of the radio beam, a
much smaller spot on the ionosphere was pulsed with radio waves to superheat
it. The array of antennae on the ground were all focused on a very specific
point. When antennas fire in sequence, they produce a pulsed beam, up to
Therefore, human activities could cause a significant change in the planet's
electrical circuit or electrical field through man-made ionization from
radioactive material or HAARP-type skybusters.
Solar flares modulate
conductivity in the earth's electric field but may be barely detectable
meteorologically. Still, their effects on mass communication and electrical
grids is known to all. Man-made ionization pumps a much higher level of
power to zap atoms and knock electrons off the atoms resulting in charged
particles, and could potentially destabilize or 'short-circuit' the Earth,
potentially exposing the entire biosphere to hard-core ultraviolet
We don't know the long-term outcome of Beat Wave Excitation.
(UCLA) and Valeo (Princeton) say,
"The simultaneous use of HIPAS and HAARP
to heat the same patch of the ionosphere open up a new phenomena for study.
Experiments to study this interaction are underway. One way to obtain very
large beat wave amplitudes is to trap the beat waves as an eigenmode. We
found weakly damped upper hybrid eingenmodes in our initial calculations.
plan to study various low group velocity modes. We have developed a raytracing code to follow both pump and beat waves. We use a numerical
algorithm to determine the three wave matching point and use analytic
formula to launch pump waves at this point."
Are they actually saying that
it's nice to fool with mother nature?
The HAARP pulse has two primary components. The pre-heat megawatt pulse is
aimed straight upwards from the HAARP facility at the ionosphere, where it
interacts with electrons, protons or ionized parts of atoms like oxygen,
ozone, or nitrogen. Normally randomly moving particles in the near-vacuum of
space become part of the atmosphere. When the pulse hits they become
super-excited to 300,000 kilometers per second.
Striking the atmosphere,
they are ionized. Ions suddenly increase, and hit other atoms creating the
In Part A of the pulse, identifier tones are sent
at frequencies of 360, 1000, 1700 Hz
In Part B the tones are 650 Hz with
harmonics at 1300 Hz
In Part C there is continuous tone signal at 2100 Hz
remaining throughout the whole pulse, with a weaker tone around 2500Hz
International concerns over HAARP and sister projects deploying similar
energy beams have continued unabated for over a decade.
The most recent
developments and proposals are not encouraging:
"The U.S. military's
Joint Vision 2020 report shamelessly documents its
desire to establish "full spectrum dominance" over the Earth.
Command confirmed that Vision 2020 was its current policy, but a spokesman
said it was in the process of being updated," Britain’s Independent
newspaper reported a year ago. The Independent article’s thesis was
obvious—the United States is becoming a "rogue" state isolated from its
Western European allies.
"What is clear is that part of the money voted to Bush’s Star Wars plan will
be used for research into space-based lasers," the Independent reported. "These, we are told, will be used to shoot down the missiles fired in anger
by ‘rogue states.’ But they will, inevitably, evolve into weapons aimed at
America’s enemies from space. U.S. Space Command doesn’t even bother to hide
this fact. The most chilling illustration in Vision 2020 is of such a
space-based laser firing a beam of energy at the earth."
"Earlier this year, U.S. Representative
Dennis Kucinich told Alive that
Vision 2020 is already an ongoing military program to experiment with
directed energy. On November 9 last year, Carol R. Schuster, director for
defense capabilities and management of the General Accounting Office (GAO),
briefed the Democratic minority members of the House Armed Services
Committee on Joint Vision 2020. Schuster explained, "Joint Vision 2020 also
emphasizes the importance of experimentation to identify innovations in warfighting.
"Designated as DOD’s [Department of Defense’s] executive agent for joint
warfighting experimentation in 1998, the U.S. Joint Forces Command conducts
experiments on new warfighting concepts and operations." Schuster pointed
out, "The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff recognizes that a joint
force is key to operational success and envisions an interoperable joint
force with technologically advanced warfighting capabilities able to
dominate any adversary by 2020."
"Schuster confirmed Kucinich’s comments in a report detailing that
Joint Requirements Oversight Council plays a key role" in advancing Vision
2020, and that "U.S. Joint Forces Command conducts experiments on new
warfighting concepts and operations."
"In 1998, the U.S. Joint Forces
Command began to implement a joint experimentation program to test new warfighting concepts that now support Joint Vision 2020," Schuster reported.
"The HAARP program is jointly administered by the U.S. Navy and Air Force
and is a central part of the Vision 2020 strategy.
A February 1990 HAARP
Joint Service program plan drafted by the Air Force’s Geophysical Laboratory
and the Navy’s Office of Naval Research documents the plan’s military
applications: The document indicates that HAARP will be used, among other
things, for generating extremely low-frequency waves for submerged submarine
communication and possible weather warfare applications, and for attempts to
take advantage of natural ionospheric processes by directing energy through
the ionosphere and back to Earth.
The Russians and some European allies are
worried that the U.S. military’s experiments focusing large amounts of
high-frequency energy for military purposes
could theoretically trigger
In April 1992, Defense News reported that the U.S. deployed an
electromagnetic pulse weapon during Operation Desert Storm."
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COLLATING THE GEOPHYSICAL AND PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL DATA
Great care needs to be taken collating geophysical and psychobiological
data, because it is difficult to attribute specific agents to changes in
human health and behavior since we all live in a webwork of tremendous
Liaisons need to be made with various sources monitoring the
important dimensions for whatever reasons, and the data applied to this
Hainsworth strongly urged that research be carried out of widespread
measurements of the natural SR signals' frequency variations and
field-strengths comparing them with resulting figures for the incidence of
heart attacks, suicide attempts, road accidents, social violence, domestic
accidents, crime, etc.
Studies are often conducted in this inferential and
statistical way, such as those by Stanley Krippner and Michael Persinger,
searching correlations between the phenomena of earth lights and tectonic
strain with reports of UFO sightings, abduction reports and other anomalous
psychophysical experiences, for an electromagnetic correlation to transient
temporal lobe seizures (TLTs).
The authors also strongly suggest that correlations of broad changes in the
modulations of Schumann's Resonance be studied in relationship to microwave
radiation, ELF signals, and HAARP activity, for both immediate and long-term
consequences. We have discussed the obvious ramifications of such EM
pollution and 10 - 50 Hz modulations on the human system elsewhere
("Synthetic Telepathy," 2001).
Specific HAARP transmissions could certainly
have a negative emotional/psychological impact on people and an especially
negative impact on already "unstable" individuals.
Other factors which must be considered include Solar Terrestrial Activity
Reports, changes in the geomagnetic field, sunspot activity and coronal
holes, solar flux, coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and flares
Some of this material has been collated at
the 'Earth Monitor Website' by Michael Mandeville
(http://www.michaelmandeville.com/earthmonitor/), a founding member of
O.A.K. (Organization for the Advancement of Knowledge), with one of the
authors, Richard Alan Miller.
Mandeville's "Oak Tree Memorandum" described
effects of sunspot activity throughout 2002-2003. Parameters of influence
include human aggression, violence, and wars over the past couple of hundred
years, stock market and food production, etc. as well as the weather
patterns of the past several years. Sunspot and ejecta activity for this
23rd solar cycle is expected to abate, as of April-May, 2003.
The HAARP Project (http://www.haarp.alaska.edu), itself, provides public
records from its fluxgate magnetometer
storminess is usually indicated in oscillatory variations in the earth's
magnetic field. Additional data concerning the nature and severity of the
ionospheric disturbance can be found through analysis of the three
components of the field. Data from a chain of magnetometers is also
available on a regular basis.
Magnetic models of the annual magnetic means of global magnetic field
changes (field strength, direction, vector-magnetic-field components) are
also available (http://geomag.usga.gov/models.html ); regional and world
models are available. The seven magnetic components include declination,
inclination, horizontal intensity, vertical intensity, north-south
intensity, east-west intensity and total intensity.
John M. Quinn runs this
program for the National Geomagnetic Information Center, U.S. Geological
Survey in Denver, Colorado (1-303-273-8475).
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IMPLICATIONS AND DIRECTIONS
Further research on these electromagnetic relationships is essential,
perhaps even to our psychophysical survival as a species.
They affect our
minds, the cellular and genetic structure of our bodies, our sleep and dream
cycles, our emotions, perhaps even our spirit. Monitoring and collating
these effects of atmospheric tampering and their potential influence on the
ionosphere and SR, therefore human brainwaves and health, should be
continued. We are approaching the end of the current sunspot cycle, and
should use an entire 11 year cycle to acquire accurate data results, as
A team of researchers and physicists, including these authors, is pulling
together some relevant data under the auspices of the Journal of Non-Local
and Remote Mental Interactions (JNLRMI) at
edited by physicist Lian Sidorov. A major hypothesis of this group is that
EM fields outside of the body are crucial for our consciousness. Finnish
physicist Matti Pikanen has developed a model of physics, called Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD), highlighting the close relationship of human
physiology with SR and other ELF and electromagnetic patterns.
Pitkanen believes that not only global, but interplanetary and interstellar
magnetic fields are of great importance for conscious life. His explanations
involve magnetic flux tubes, a dipole-like part of a field.
A wide range of EM waves, in particular microwaves and radiowaves are likely key elements in
homeostasis, remote mental interactions between cells and other structures,
and sensory representation, as well as in remote mental interactions both
within and outside of the body. He explains that the noise level of Earth's
magnetic field must be low for anomalous cognition (also called PSI or ESP)
to occur. Alan Frey suggested similar field notions decades ago, speaking
specifically of microwave range inputs.
These EM fields are only correlates of consciousness. Still, TGD allows the
possibility of assigning someone's field body a topological field quanta
identity. Pitkanin also suggests these fields and waves are influential when
biological systems perform quantum computation-like processes. His
biophysics suggests that neural circuits and molecules are bound by lock and
key mechanisms through this process of magnetic circulation (topologically
quantized diploar magnetic fields).
Pitkanen even sees Earth's magnetic field as a quantized dipolar magnetic
field interaction of knotting, linking, and complex twisting. TGD views the
brain and nervous system as a sensory organ for our extended,
electromagnetic selves, which have a length scale at least the size of the
He suggests further that PSI phenomena and distant healing
may involve transfer of specific electromagnetic frequencies through
Planck-length wormholes and join-along boundaries postulated by TGD, which
would allow for the near-instant transfer of information.
[T]he magnetic sensory canvas hypothesis provides a mechanism for "sharing
qualia" associated with distant points on the geomagnetic sphere -
essentially a form of cognitive entanglement between operator and target.
One clear advantage of TGD over other models of subtle energy transmission
is that the EM fields are not directly carried from sender to target, but
are simultaneously generated at the two locations by a vacuum (geometrical)
current: hence they remain coherent while bypassing the paradox of
non-attenuation with distance... the illusion of our locality is
perpetuated by the data fed to us by our senses - that is, those perceptions
we are habituated to pay attention to.
Other research suggests the fundamental interaction of internal and external
fields is the right track.
Joseph Jacobson (2002) at MIT, found a way to
switch cells off and on with radio waves. His team also "unzipped" and
manipulated DNA with a radio-frequency pulse. The same approach worked on
proteins as well, and proteins orchestrate nearly all cellular chemical
processes. Further, physicist Peter Gariaev has proposed a wave-based
genome, whose main information channel is the same for both biophotons and
radio waves (see
In 1973, Miller, Webb and Dickson described DNA as a holographic projector
(see "Embryonic Holography"). In other words,
genes encode and express
themselves via light and radio waves, or acoustical holography (see "Quantum Bioholography", Miller, Miller and Webb, JNLRMI , 2002).
interference patterns create calibration fields (blueprints) for our bodies'
space-time organization. The system works as a biocomputer - a wave biocomputer. DNA can also function as a gel-like liquid crystal, emitting a
weak laser-like light that can be converted into an electro-acoustic signal.
In conclusion, Miller and Miller postulate, along with others that,
The organization of all biological systems is established by complex electrodynamic fields. We are fundamentally electromagntic, rather than
chemical beings. Wave interaction is a key determinant of biological
structure and optimal functioning. Biosystems are sensitive to natural and
artificial electromagnetic fields. Perturbations in environmental fields can
induce changes in organisms informed by those fields. Field frequencies and
amplitudes affect our biodynamic state.
ELF frequencies of Schumann's Resonance are intimately linked with those
of human brainwaves. Natural or artificially induced changes in SR could
affect subtle and perhaps gross brainwave generation. In particular, it
could lead to changes in patterns and frequencies of resonance and resulting
phenomena such as homeostasis, REM, PSI, and healing.
For a decade,
Robert Beck researched the brain wave activity of healers from
all cultures and religious backgrounds (he enumerates psychics, shamans,
dowsers, Christian healers, seers, ESP readers, kahuna, Santeria, wicca
practitioners and others). Independent of their belief systems, each
exhibited "nearly identical EEG signatures" during their "healing" moments:
a 7.8-8Hz brainwave activity, which lasted from one to several seconds and
which was "phase and frequency-synchronized with the earth's geoelectric
micropulsations - the Schumann resonance".
Liquid crystals (DNA, brain ventricles, and cellular structures) in the
human body may operate as antennae for detecting and decoding such global
and local ELF signals. Beal (1996) proposes that liquid crystals (which are
an intrinsic part of cell membranes) act as a detector/amplifier/memory
storage device for ELF EM patterns in the environment. Proteins, tend to
orient themselves in the 10-Hx resonant EMF, so would be extremely sensitive
to ELF changes in the 10Hz region. A coherent wave-field may emerge from the
body's own liquid crystal (LC) matrix.
The very structure and organization of living tissues is, however, itself
regulated by that master molecule, the DNA. The genetic system (consisting,
to be more accurate, of an equidirectional translation function which may
start equally well with DNA, RNA or protein) reveals itself as a complex,
multidimensional code with both local (codon) and global (context), material
(nucleotide) and field-like (EM hologram) parameters, all of which are
mutually interdependent and at the same time subject to external,
There is a strong correlation between behavioral disturbances in humans
and periods of solar and geomagnetic field turbulence. Conversely, studies
show that subjects living in isolation from geomagnetic rhythms over long
periods of time developed increasing irregularities and chaotic
physiological rhythms - which were dramatically restored after the
introduction of a very weak 10Hz electrical field. Early astronauts suffered
until SR generators were installed in their spacecrafts.
Geomagnetic anomalies (tectonic strain, earthlights, geomagnetic field
perturbations) can induce some forms of anomalous cognition - such as
auditory and visual hallucinations, and TLTs (temporal lobe transients or
small seizures). Also, one of the effects of meditation is to "quiet the
mind" as a method of allowing the "free-run" (or silent thalamic periods) to
become entrained by natural geophysical rhythms. This form of tuning or
"magnetoreception" is mediated by the pineal gland (30% of its cells are
magnetically sensitive) and organic magnetite-containing tissues.
Persinger (1989) points out that deep temporal lobe activity exists in
equilibrium with the global geomagnetic condition. When there is a sudden
decrease in geomagnetic activity, there appears to be an enhancement of
processes that facilitate PSI reception, especially telepathy and
clairvoyance. Increases in geomagnetic activity may suppress pineal
melatonin levels and contribute to reductions of cortical seizure
thresholds. Indeed, melatonin is correlated with temporal lobe- related
disorders such as depression and seizures.
Optimal global ELF (calm night; low sunspot activity; low em pollution)
conditions can facilitate anomalous cognitions, including PSI such as ESP,
remote viewing, and remote healing.
[P]si is always present in space and time, waiting to be accessed by crisis,
emotion, or by optimal laboratory stimulus parameters. Geomagnetic activity
may affect the detection capacity of the brain for this information,
especially the neural pathways that facilitate the consolidation and
conscious access to this information. Without this geomagnetic activity,
awareness of the PSI stimulus might not be as likely and the brain's "latent
reserve capacities" would not be utilized.
Sidorov (2001) and others have suggested that human intent functions as a
variable window of transmission/reception in the exchange of extrasensory
information, possibly within the range of ELF electromagnetic frequencies.
Brain synchronization with Schumann's Resonance of both sender and receiver
facilitates PSI, or "therapeutic entrainment," amplifying, re-radiating
coherent waveforms derived from the environment, simulating the wave pattern
of the environment.
Sidorov further hypothesizes,
[B]rainvawes (particularly in the alpha range) can be transmitted along the
perineural system (or via Frohlich excitation) to any distal parts of the
body, and even to adjacent organisms, via ELF EM waves. These frequencies
can be amplified by closely-related Schumann resonance waves, or by feedback
mechanisms typical of the body's physiological pathways (akin to immunologic
and neuroendocrinologic cascades). In turn, these basic frequencies can
re-activate stalled healing processes, enhance growth, accelerate immune
responses, and generally "jump-start" functions inherent to the body's
tissues, by "rebalancing its energies" (according to Oriental medicine) or
(in Beal's terminology) by re-configuring the liquid crystal orientation of
cell membrane components and thus triggering specific intracellular
In light of all of the above observations, we are proposing that the
Schumann resonance may be the substrate for a radar-type extrasensory
perception mechanism common to all living beings:
like water bouncing off of
rocks and other submerged objects, this non-specific frequency is absorbed
and re-radiated in unique interference patterns by all objects it
This interference pattern is a composite of external and
internal properties, as the constituent atoms, molecules and their global
assembly all re-transmit this energy according to their specific
configurations (see Beal on biopolymers).
Not only that, but the "sounding"
wave can be frequency and pattern (Wallaczek) - modulated by conscious
intent in order to yield specific information (interference patterns), which
are then decoded by the brain as they return almost instantly on the "back"
of the Schumann resonance.
Once recaptured, the patterns are then decoded by
the brain in a Fourier-type transformation and the information translated
into conscious data, much like other sensory processing. Conversely,
specific effects may be imprinted as bio-information and made to exercise a
"mysterious action at a distance", once the signal wave reaches the target.
That pattern, in turn, may, under the right ("pre-requisite") global
conditions, avoid routine dissipation and become instead coupled to the
dominating ("state-of-consciousness") standing wave that is picked up and
carried by the Schumann resonance.
In a prior, "first-thoughts" essay discussing the presence of Schumann
frequencies in the EEG during various healing practices we had proposed that
mental intent might function as a variable window of transmission/reception
in the exchange of extrasensory information, which tuned into the Schumann
resonance to carry such bio-regulating information to distant targets and
acted as a primitive, radar-type sensory interface (Sidorov 2001).
pursuing this line of thought soon lead to the landmark experiments of
Robert Becker - who, it became evident, had not only reached somewhat
similar conclusions based on his own body of evidence, but had gone beyond
them to suggest that such subtle currents could reach far deeper into our
genetic and consciousness control mechanisms.
After nearly eight decades of EEG and other brain imaging studies, it is
sobering to realize that we still can't tell with certainty where EEG
voltages come from (Becker 1985, pp 88).
It is conceivable that Becker's perineural system and/or the LC - liquid crystal matrix of the organism
(including, but not limited to, connective tissues, cell membranes and DNA)
might act as a full-body array of sensory receptors for Pitkanen's magnetic
sensory canvas signals, with specific excitations patterns coding for
different types of information.
[T]he body's ubiquitous liquid crystal arrays and their almost infinite
configuration possibilities make them a top candidate for the primary
sensory receptors parapsychology has been looking for.
It is even
conceivable that DNA phase-conjugation properties (see Popp and Chang 1998)
allow it to function as a multi-mode antenna, altering its function
according to surrounding signal fields and possibly acting not just as a
regulatory program, but also an element of "extrasensory" perception.
As human beings we have extraordinary potentials we have hardly begun to
study much less understand.
Creative gifts, intuitions, and talents that are
unpredictable or emergent may become stabilized in generations to come.
Hopefully, we can learn to understand both our emergence from an essentially
electromagnetic environment and facilitate our potential for healing, growth
and non-local communication.
A tremendous amount of money has been spent on HAARP and its allied projects
(such as the proposed Star Wars missile defense program) without a
complementary sum going toward research about potential hazards. The costs
in both dollars and ruined lives could be staggering compared to any
potential benefits derived from such programs. For epochs, Schumann
Resonances have provided the orchestrating pulse for life on the planet - our planetary heartbeat, which sets the tempo for health and well-being.
Hopefully we will come to appreciate this fully before our technology drives
the planet so far from the norm that the trajectory of human evolution is
altered forever. Thus, the study of the relationship of our bodies, the
electromagnetic environment and interaction with potentially planet-altering
technology is more important than ever to understand on the subtlest levels.
Special thanks to Betty Daly-King of Western Australia for getting us
started in the completion of Dr. Hainsworth’s original works on this
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