Over the last 48 hours the Schumann Resonance has spiked and, at times, passed over 50 hz. This has caught the attention of those who track the “Earth’s Heartbeat” through a variety of organizations such as the Space Observing System where it was shown to exceed well over 40 hz, even hitting 67 hz!
According to NASA, “At any given moment about 2,000 thunderstorms roll over Earth, producing some 50 flashes of lightning every second. Each lightning burst creates electromagnetic waves that begin to circle around Earth captured between Earth’s surface and a boundary about 60 miles up. Some of the waves – if they have just the right wavelength – combine, increasing in strength, to create a repeating atmospheric heartbeat known as Schumann resonance. This resonance provides a useful tool to analyze Earth’s weather, its electric environment, and to even help determine what types of atoms and molecules exist in Earth’s atmosphere.”
The normal range for the Schumann Resonance Base Frequency is 7.6-8 hz, more specifically, 7.83 hz. But the recent news over the weekend shows a much different story.
Schumann Resonances recorded by the Space Observing System – Comprehensive monitoring data in Tomsk, Russia
This statistics show that the main ‘spike’ lasted for 24 hours and has since been gradually reduced but the main concentration of activity has already caught the attention of many. Even those in the metaphysical community have been circulating the news and caution others about the dramatic effects which may be experienced due to this abrupt shift in the Earth’s resonance.
Just a week ago, Scientific Reports revealed a new study regarding the Schumann Resonance showing a connection between electrical activity and healthy cells.
“We found that under controlled conditions, the Schumann Resonance fields certainly had an effect on living tissues,” says Professor Colin Price, lead researcher on the study. “The most important effect was that the atmospheric ELF fields actually protected cells under stress conditions. In other words, when biological cells are under stress – due to lack of oxygen, for example – the atmospheric fields from lightning appear to protect them from damage. This may be related to the evolutionary role these fields have played on living organisms.”
Even though this study was done on rats it could show the potential benefits for other forms of life as well.
“It is the first study that demonstrates a link between global lighting activity and the Schumann Resonances and the activity of living cells,” says Price. “It may explain why all living organisms have electrical activity in the same ELF spectral range, and it is the first time such a connection has been shown. This may have some therapeutic implications down the line, since these ELF fields appear to protect cells from damage, but this requires further research.”