Are The Schumann Resonances Changing?
If you are like me you have heard that the Schumann resonance is increasing. Many people believe that it is the frequency that is changing, but in actual fact it is the amplitudes of the frequencies that are changing.
You see there is more than one Schumann frequency. The one we hear about most is the one at 7.8 Hz. because that is thought to resonate with human brain waves. There are a total of 8 Schumann frequencies – 7.8 Hz, 14 Hz, 21 Hz, 26 Hz, 33 Hz, and 39 Hz are the most frequently monitored frequencies and 45 Hz and 59 Hz are also Schumann frequencies but because of the interference with the earth's power supply frequencies they are hard to accurately monitor. As you see from the graph below most have kind of a wide peak, so they have a bit of a range to their actual values. That is why you hear numbers like 16 or 40 being spread around the Web.
So are all these stories going around that the Schumann resonance has increased true or just a layman's misunderstanding of what is being reported? Is it the frequency that is increasing? Because the scientists are telling us that the amplitudes are increasing, and all the Schumann frequency amplitudes are not increasing by the same amount.
In this video a researcher specializing in this field of study clears up the mystery.
It's not your brain that is synchronizing but it is the heart that syncs with the earth's Schumann resonance frequency.
Isn't that beautiful?
Here is another video on the topic.
Some further resources on this topic. (taken from the above video's description)
For a great presentation that gets more in depth and technical see Julie Umpleby's video on the topic.
Her website blog:
Monitor the Schumann Resonance yourself here:
The Integrated Space Weather Analysis featured in the video.
image was captured from the video.