Jeffrey doth schriebble:
> I don't know if this was already discussed here or already have a
> preset for it, but I'll spread the information regardless. It's been
> few months back that caught my attention about the vibration of the
> schuman resonance. I read that this calibrated vibration was measured
> back then and it's been 7.8 for thousands of years, but since 1980
> it's been rising and up to this day at 12 going on 13. So the presets
> for the schuman resonance that everyone has is still 7.8 (not unless
> you have the updated vibration) and would not work towards the
> resonance of the earth. So If anyone of you could calibrate one It's
> much appreciated if you share them since I'm not highly equiped to
> make one yet. The link below will provide you for more information
> about the resonance and what to expect..Have fun
The link above does indeed provide information about
an eschatological cult whose ideology, as well as
mythology, hearkens back to the infamous Theosophist
and racist Alice Bailey and her 'Photon Belt'
The Schumann resonance is continuously monitored, as
it is part of the Earth's electromagnetic 'weather',
impinging on all of our communications by radio.
We have records from Schumann resonance monitors
distributed across the Earth going back to the 50s.
Contrary to the disinfotainment provided by Greg Braden
& Company, the Schumann resonance has not risen.
The Earth-ionosphere cavity resonance remains the same.
This is a matter of public record, and can be verified
by accessing the records at any of the observatories
across the globe.
Assuming that anyone is interested, here are a few links
to get you started:
Between the nearly 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
the so-called Schumann resonances at 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 (the
three first lines can be seen in the figure displaying data
from northern Finland, the Kilpisjärvi station).
Detection and recording of Schumann resonances
and other electromagnetic phenomena at frequencies
below 50 Hz.
Schumann Resonance Recordings
REALTIME/CURRENT SCHUMANN RESONANCES
Modra, Slovak Republic
Magnetic Activity and Schumann Resonance
Electromagnetic Field Measurements
The Earth-ionosphere cavity resonances
Construction And Deployment Of An ULF Receiver
For The Study Of Schumann Resonance In Iowa
MIT PRESS JOURNALS
The Music of the Sphere: An Investigation into
Asymptotic Harmonics, Brainwave Entrainment
and the Earth as a Giant Bell
David First - Composer, Musician
Unknown ELF-Signals and Ground Currents
by Kurt Diedrich, Germany
ULF - ELF - VLF
Selected as sites of interest
to serious amateurs
Cors in Manu Domine,
~ Khem Caigan