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Frequency research is an emerging science. This information is presented based upon the bibliography that is attached.
For eons, Schumann Resonances (as they have been called since their discovery by Professor Schumann and his colleague Dr. Herbert Konig in the 1950’s) are believed to have provided the orchestrating pulse for life on the planet. Achieving optimal biological frequency resonance is considered to be the foundation of good health.
Neuroscience measured brain frequency data well before Schumann Resonances were discovered. There are beneficial and detrimental frequencies in our environment. The 7.83hz frequency is believed to be very important and beneficial.
The Brainwave Frequency Listing* a compilation from numerous research sources indicates 7.83 hz is:
o lowest frequency of the Schumann Resonance…borderline between Theta and dAlpha brainwaves.
o referred to as Earth Resonance, grounding, “Schumann Resonance* (TS, ESR, HSW, MAG)
o positive impact to anti-jetlag, anti-mind control, and improved stress tolerance [SS]
o psychic healing experiments [ESR]
o pituitary stimulation to release growth hormone (helps develop muscle, recover from injuries, rejuvenation effects) [HSW] ‘
o leaves you feeling revitalized like you've spent a day in the country.' [PWM via DW]
o reports of accelerated healing/enhanced learning-"the earth's natural brainwave" [MAG]
NASA’s research on health challenges experienced by early astronauts resulted in Schumann Resonances being placed in our space craft. Researchers found 7.83hz to be a critical component in health and behavioral changes (E. Jacobi, Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig, Prof R Wever, Miller and Mille). Lewis Hainsworth concluded Schumann Resonances could impact how our brains operate: “variations in brain wave patterns can produce mild to disastrous health and behavioral changes”. Researchers found with intentional generation of Schumann Resonance “we naturally feel better, refreshed, in tune, in synch”.
Like sound waves, the brain has its own set of vibrations it uses to communicate with itself and the rest of the body. Our Theta/dAlpha brain waves are the “home” of 7.83hz.
Schumann Resonances are accelerating. Since 2014, monitoring is showing stronger frequencies, especially in certain locations on our planet. Frequencies cannot be measured easily in urban environments anymore, due to our electro-pollution (Dr Wolfgang Ludwig). Some believe this acceleration will not provide 7.83hz support for the human existence, as it once did.
Laboratory research has shown that supplying a 7.83hz field can counter the effects of irritating man-made fields and provide a healthier environment for our bodies, thereby protecting our cells from ambient EMF’s, allowing cells to increase their immune protection and decrease their absorption of detrimental chemicals.
Some doctors are very concerned about electro-pollution's impact to our health and well-being: Neurosurgeon Dr. Jack Kruse, Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra, Osteopath and Alternative Health Practitioner Dr. Joseph Mercola…to name a few.
A Team of researchers and physicists are pulling together relevant data (edited by physicist Lian Sidorov) under the auspices of the Journal of Non-Local and Remote Mental Interactions at http://www.emergentmind.com. Their major hypothesis being that electromagnetic fields (Schumann Resonances) outside the body are crucial for our consciousness.
Our environment is changing and may not afford us the support it once did...this is a matter of debate...do your research.
Our customers report relief from pain, vertigo, better sleep...are a few of their comments. Others experience improved balance, clearer thinking and a heightened experience of well being. People with autoimmune conditions can sometimes actually "feel" the difference between a non-frequency and frequency item. Athletes often wear our sport jewelry, that already has 7.83hz in the bracelets and necklaces, reporting a favorable impact upon their performance.
* This listing is a comprehensive compilation of recorded brain frequencies along with the source document for the information referenced. "The Brainwave Frequency Listing" can be accessed www.file:///Users/sharonarvilla/Desktop/Brainwave%20Frequency%20Listing.webarchive
L. B. Hainsworth (1983). "The Effect of Geophysical Phenomena on Human Health," Speculations in Science and Technology, Vol. 6, No. 5 (pp 439-444; Dec. 1983); used by permission of the author's estate.
L. B. Hainsworth (1987). "Electrical Technology and Human Evolution," Speculations in Science and Technology, Vol. 11, No. 2, p.101.
Anderson, C.M. (1998); “Ibogaine therapy in chemical dependency and posttraumatic stress disorder: a hypothesis involving the fractal nature of fetal REM sleep and interhemispheric reintegration,” MAPS, Vol. 8 Number 1, Spring 1998, pp. 5-14.
Beal, J.B. (1996). "Biosystems liquid crystals and potential effects of natural and artificial electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Second Annual Advanced Water Sciences Symposium, Exploratory Session 1, Dallas, TX.
Fitrakis, Bob (2002). "Scary HAARP Music: Add Russia's Duma to the list of those worried about U.S. weather experiments.
August 22, 02, Columbus Alive.
Keeney, Bradford (1997), “Everyday Soul: Awakening the Spirit in Daily Life.”
Krippner, Stanley. "Psi research and the human brain's reserve capacities." DynaPsych. www.dynapsych.org
Miller, RA & Miller, I. (1981). The Diamond Body. Seattle, Wa.: OAK. http://zero-point.tripod.com/diamondbody/dbodytoc.html
Miller, Iona (2001). "The Fractal Nature of Active Sleep and Waking Dreams Restructuring Consciousness
through Metaphor, Fetal REM, and Neural Plasticity." Chaosophy 2001, Grants Pass: Asklepia Foundation.
Miller, R.A. (2001). "Synthetic Telepathy". Electro-Magick & Neuroshamanism, OAK, Consciousness Technologies II, July 19-22, 2001.
Miller, R.A., Webb, B. Dickson, D. (1975), “A Holographic Concept of Reality,” Psychoenergetic Systems Journal Vol. 1, 1975. 55-62. Gordon & Breach Science Publishers Ltd., Great Britain. "Holographic Concept" was later reprinted in the hardback book Psychoenergetic Systems, Stanley Krippner, editor. 1979. 231-237. Gordon & Breach, New York, London, Paris. It was reprinted again in the journal Psychedelic Monographs and Essays, Vol. 5, 1992. 93-111. Boynton Beach, FL, Tom Lyttle, Editor.
Miller, R. A., Webb. B., “Embryonic Holography,” Psychoenergetic Systems, Stanley Krippner, Ed. Presented at the Omniversal Symposium, California State College at Sonoma, Saturday, September 29, 1973. Reprinted in Lyttle's journal Psychedelic Monographs and Essays, Vol. 6, 1993. 137-156.
Miller, Miller & Webb (2002). "Quantum Bioholography" JNLRMI, Vol. ! No. 3, Oct. 2002; www.emergentmind.org/MillerWebb3a.htm
Persinger, M.A. (1989). Psi phenomena and temporal lobe activity: the geomagnetic factor. In L.A. Henkel & R.E. Berger (Eds.), Research in parapsychology 1988 (pp. 121-156). Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press.
Persinger, M.A., & Krippner, S. (1989). Dream ESP experiments and geomagnetic activity. Journal of the American Society of Psychical Research, 83, 101-106.
Pitkanen, Matti (2002). "A model for remote mental interactions." JNLRMI, Vol.1 Nr. 2., May 2002.
Sidorov, Lian (200 ). "The imprinting and transmission of mentally-drected bioinformation.." JNLRMI, Vol.1 No.1, Jan. 2002. www.emergentmind.org/sidorov_I.htm
Sidorov, Lian (2001). "On the possible mechanism of intent in paranormal phenomena." Journal of Theoretics, July 2001. www.emergentmind.org/sidorovII.htm
Sidorov, Lian (200 ). "Control systems, transduction arrays and psi healing: an experimental basis for human potential science." JNLRMI, Vol. I No.2, May 2002 www.emergentmind.org/sidorovI2.htm
Further Selected References
Arfken, G., Mathematical Methods for Physicists, (Third Edition), Academic Press, New York, 1985.
Belyaev, P.P., S.V. Polyakov, V.O. Rapoport, and V.Yu. Trakhtengerts, The ionospheric Alfvén resonator, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys., 52 (9), 781-788, 1990.
Bering, E.A., and J.R. Benbrook, Intense 2.3 Hz electric field pulsations in the stratosphere at high auroral latitude, J. Geophys. Res., 100(A5), 7791-7806, 1995.
Bliokh, P.V., Nikolaenko, A.P., Filippov, Yu. F., Schumann Resonances in the Earth-Ionosphere Cavity (London, 1980);
Lysak, R.L., Feedback instability of the ionospheric resonant cavity, J. Geophys. Res.,96(A2), 1553-1568, 1991.
Lysak, R.L., Generalized model of the ionospheric Alfvén resonator, Auroral Plasma Dynamics I, in Geopyhys. Monograph Ser., vol. 80 (R.L. Lysak, ed.), pp. 121-128, American Geophysical
Union, Washington, D.D., 1993.
Polk, Charles, "Schumann Resonances," CRC Handbook of Atmospherics , I, 111-177
Polyakov, S.V., and V.O. Rapoport, Ionospheric Alfvén resonator, Geomagn. Aeron., 21, 816, 1981.
Sátori, G., Szendröi, J., and Vero, J., "Monitoring Schumann Resonances--I. Methodology," Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics, 58 (13), 1996: 1475-1481.
Sentman, D.D., Approximate Schumann resonance parameters for a two-scale-height ionosphere, J. Atmos. Terr. Phys.,52, 35, 1990.
Sentman, D.D., Schumann resonance spectra in a two-scale-height earth-ionosphere cavity, J. Geophys. Res ., 101, 9479, 1996.
Sentman, D.D., and B.J. Fraser, Simultaneous observations of Schumann resonances in California and Australia: Evidence for intensity modulation by the local height of the D region, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 15,973-15984, 1991.
Sentmen, D.D., "Schumann Resonances" in Handbook of Atmospheric Electrodynamics , (ed. Volland), Vol. I, 267-295. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1995.
Brain Frequency List: www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_cambio06c.htm
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