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Apr 30, 2020
Decode it for the muggles.


The Schumann Resonance is the result of magnetic waves “trapped” between the surface of the Earth and the bottom of the ionosphere, an area also called the ionosphere cavity. The ionosphere is a layer of the atmosphere filled with charged particles, which begins about 60 miles up into the sky.
Its very dynamic nature is due to the fact that, on the outside, it is exposed to the direct ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Magnetic waves that match the geometry of this cavity (their wavelength must be as long as the circumference of the Earth or a multiple) create a pulse named Schumann resonance after Winfried Otto Schumann (1888 - 1974), who inferred their existence back in 1952.

These waves can be triggered by electromagnetic impulses such as those generated by thunderstorms on the whole planet. The studies of the Heart Math Institute have provided evidence that the frequencies of the Schumann Resonance match the frequencies of the brain and heart of human beings. There is an exchange of information when two systems vibrate at the same frequency. Our brainwaves tend to synchronise intermittently (every couple of minutes) with the frequencies of the Schumann resonances. This brings about the hypothesis that we are constantly exchanging information with the Earth.

Refers to the brain's electrical response to rhythmic sensory stimulation, such as pulses of sound or light. Every cell in the brain produces electricity as a byproduct of its activity. The sum of all the electrical charges creates patterns in the brain and these patterns are related to brain waves activity. It is believed that harmonic patterns are a result of good health and non-harmonic ones are either symptoms or even cause of disease. When the brain is given a stimulus, through the ears, eyes or other senses, it emits an electrical charge in response, called a Cortical Evoked Response. These electrical responses travel throughout the brain to become what you "see and hear". This activity can be measured using sensitive electrodes attached to the scalp.

One of the most popular ways of producing brainwave entrainment is the use of “Binaural Beats”, are auditory phenomena that occur within the brain. When we send a separate and distinct tone to each ear, the brain perceives the difference between the frequencies of the two tones as a third "phantom” tone. What happens is that the brain detects a phase difference and experiences it as a “beat”. Binaural beats are most effective when listened to through headphones, making use of the brain's ability to create an illusory spatial image from stereophonic sound, also called “binaural field”."

"The greatest illusion in this world, is the illusion of separation."
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