The Geometry of Infinite Mind (I)
How does the Universe communicate with itself, and hence to its life forms, unhampered by time dependency? The electromagnetic wave theory of gravity will be used to demonstrate intergalactic information wave coupling via instantaneous longitudinal transmissions into and out of the Solar system. With the plotting of Solar system resonances, interplanetary coupling, magnetospheric and Schumann resonances, and free geomagnetic oscillations of the Earth, we will begin to understand how this cosmic information becomes available to human bioenergies.
The vertically-arrayed human body senses and functions within the Earth’s ever-changing local atmospheric electrical potential and the longitudinal gravity waves which the Earth intercepts are sensed by the human body nervous system. A multiplicity of solar system vibration signals occur within the same spectrum-octaves as the detected brain/body signals. The extremely low frequency, long wavelength near field signals associated with interstellar and intergalactic gravity coupling will be shown to be detected in a similar manner by our brain/body sensing mechanism. These naturally-occurring information signals bring about changes within the human body energy pathways, restructure body water resonances, modulate the DNA processes and stimulate other circadian rhythm entrainments.
As we move about the planetary surface in our daily activities, we are generally unaware of the vast information exchange occurring within our human body structure and of how our individual minds continually communicate with the planetary, stellar, galactic and cosmic Mind. Does that last sentence surprise you? Please join us as we describe this apparent intimate instantaneous interconnection of our very own brain/body/mind to the immensity of the Universe.
When simultaneous electromagnetic measurements are performed for the detection of brainwave signals and for the detection of the Earth and atmospheric activity, it is found that there are many synchronous frequencies detected.
Imagine we are sitting in the warm morning sun along tree-lined shore of a beautiful lake. Just as we hear the waves of this large body of water lapping the many rocks along the shore, so also do the waves of cosmic inspired energies lap the boundaries of our Earthly home. Ripples from throughout the Galaxy and beyond sweep through and around this Earth and lap against the shores of our Mind, while bringing all the changes, information and greater understanding of our place within this Great Universal Being, inspiring us onward to our greater selves.
All matter is in constant vibration; the building blocks of the physical creation – the atoms, the subatomic particles, electrons, protons, gluons, quarks and all other names that we use – are all in constant motion; all are receiving, transmitting and reflecting the vibrations which sweep through all matter at light velocities. Consider that within atoms there are electron packets of energy that are singing the same vibrational song throughout your brain/body, the Earth, Solar system and Universe. This is a sounding chorus of the One Great Electric Body.
There are other subatomic vibrations with other ever constant songs which harmonize within you, now! These subatomic resonances harmonize together, whether they help build a dancing water bug, a granite cliff, a twirling planet, a blazing star or a swirling galaxy. As we sit gazing across the lake, our softly breathing body, the sparkling water, the verdant pine needles, even the mass of the mountains across the lake sing the electronic sound of the building blocks of creation, the music of subatomic magic.
All of the atomic structures of the elements have their own unique natural resonances, which astronomers and chemists use in spectrum analysis for determining the chemical content of the distant and near at hand combinations of the material soup. Light spectrum analysis and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance are but two of the ways that we observe the nature of vibration in the atomic structure and the way that the atoms combine into molecules for wonderous constructive purposes. Not only are these atomic and molecular resonances radiating from here on Earth but also their frequency spectrums are detectable coming into the Earth from far space. For example, astronomers choose to observe the spectrum associated with hydrogen resonance in their interstellar and intergalactic searches.
The whole electromagnetic spectrum, from infinity to infinity, at the upper high energy cosmic ray frequencies on through to the very long wavelength and slow rhythms of planetary, stellar, and galactic motions may be detected here in the Earth’s vicinity by electromagnetic sensors of various types.
The energies of the human body receive and transmit the spectrums and resonances of Light. Complexities of Electromagnetic vibration stream into and out of the cellular and skeletal structure. We listen to the infrared, microwave, radio, visible and slow cosmically driven Extremely Low Frequencies. The cells move visibly in response to these electrical pulses by stimulating glands, triggering the heart muscles, and setting our overall moment to moment environment.
Our total being responds to the song of the Universe. Through touch we exchange this alignment and attunement of cosmic-inspired wonderment. We are the transducers of this Light.
The human organism maintains its functioning balance by a dynamic information exchange between its various systems and the environment. Information exchange occurs at all levels within the organism. Electromagnetic radiation may be seen as electrical and magnetic waves of information moving through space, atmospheric and the Earth environment. These appear to create a resonant coupling between atoms in biological molecules that allows them to move together in response to this very low amplitude electromagnetic music. The cells whisper and dance together as they listen to these faint vibrations within and outside the body.
The functioning of cell membranes entail very great sensitivities both to vibrating electric fields and to molecular stimulation at extremely low energy levels. The cellular processes cooperate to bring about high amplification of these weak stimulus frequencies.
Recent research has shown that electromagnetic fields in the ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) spectrum can change the characteristics of hormone, antibody, neurotransmitter and cancer-promoting molecules at the cell sites. These modulating actions of electromagnetic fields show highly cooperative processes within the biologic systems. The cells move visibly in response to electrical pulses which set the cellular surfaces moving like the wind across a field of mature grass.
Interactions between the Earth’s magnetic field and a weak, manmade, low frequency electromagnetic field produces measurable changes such as a major amplification at the cell receptor sites. This makes intercellular communication at the gap junctions very sensitive to weak, oscillating electromagnetic fields. Pineal gland cells respond to changes in both polarity and intensity of the Earth’s magnetic flows, where they powerfully influence bodily circadian rhythms. The heart muscles have been shown to resonate at a fundamental node frequency within the spectrum associated with the planetary circumference. A high percentage of Earth-related naturally occurring vibrations offer harmonics within that same spectrum. Bone and muscle display piezoelectric properties which are also sensitive within these same Earth-related frequencies.
Some of these resonant body structures exhibit a resonance matching the Earth’s natural magnetic field, allowing certain rhythmic behavior as seen in human and other life forms. All life on Earth has developed under the influence of this geomagnetic field which varies in structure and dynamic properties via geomagnetic pulsations. These pulsations are due to the interaction of the plasma waves coming from throughout the Solar System and Cosmos and interacting with the Earth’s magnetosphere.
When our brain and body rhythms are measured electromagnetically, they are found to occur prominently within what is termed the ELF spectrum and lower. This brainwave spectrum is also divided into band segments, called the alpha – greatest amplitude – (8 to 16 Hz.), beta (16 to 32 Hz.), theta (4 to 8 Hz.), delta (2 to 4 Hz.), and zeta (1 to 2 Hz.), ranging from 32 cycles per second (Hertz) and down below 1 cps (Hz.).
The measurable presence of these different frequencies seems to indicate changes in individual consciousness. An example might be that a relaxed, attentive state develops strong alpha wave rhythms; these are also the prominent Earth resonant frequency ranges. The theta rhythms are found to occur during the dream period, and also while experiencing a spontaneous creative, intuitive state. The theta frequencies are seen to have strong lunar rhythm harmonics. The Moon has long been associated with our intuitive, creative capacity.
When calculations are performed related to the solar system and the planets, it is found that all of the planets and most of their moons have frequency aspects which fall within our brainwave spectrum. All of the planetary systems have electromagnetic field structures and prominent magnetospheric frequencies. Our home solar system forms a complex, harmonically interrelating, multi-octave musical instrument composed of over forty octaves of vibrational interplay. Your brain/body structure resonates to those continually fluctuating field patterns as they beat against the Earth’s, Moon’s, and Sun’s natural rhythms.
This vast array of solar system matrices is in constant flux as the various motion aspects phase in and out of resonance within the interplanetary magnetic field. Well known cyclical motions present harmonic relationships: the solar day cycle resonates with the alpha spectrum Earth frequency, the 11 year Sunspot cycle harmonizes with a Jupiter-Saturn frequency beating; planetary-coupled Moon motions are harmonically resonating with the Earth’s motions. The basic planetary revolution time cycles form a mathematical design like the growth pattern of the sunflower blossom. All of these modulate the Earth’s rhythms and by so doing send to us their music.
Notice as we take a long slow inhalation, hold, and then a long slow exhalation; observe that our whole body structure is in rhythmical motion. Let’s watch this breathing motion once again and place our attention on its process. Each breath stimulates a bipolar, electromagnetic field across the upper body by causing stress within the crystalline rib-cage. An electromagnetic field is generated by the piezoelectric pressure of the bone and muscle crystal and water liquid-crystal structures. This breath-rate electromagnetic field modulates the transfer of signals that continually communicate up and down the intricate spinal cord. These bundles of spinal and cranial nerve cells listen and vibrate to the soft, gentle cadence of your breath moving in and moving out.
This pulsing central nervous system, consisting of bundles of sensory and motor axon radiating from the brain and spinal cord segments, is constructed from a great number of interconnected, multi-polar neuron which are composed of vast numbers of cells. These cell membranes display very great sensitivities both to vibrating electric fields and to molecular stimulation at extremely low energy levels. The cellular activities cooperate to bring about high amplification of these weak signal frequencies.
Electromagnetic fields in the ELF spectrum can change the characteristics of hormone, antibody and neurotransmitters at the cell site. These modulating actions of electromagnetic fields show highly cooperative processes within the biologic systems. Each breath-beat creates whispers of motion across and throughout your bodily cellular field, modulating the existent complexity of intracellular information flow. Within your cells, the organizing DNA double helix structure and its RNA message carriers dance to the beat of ever higher and higher frequencies. There, information is sent, received, stored and transferred by the resonance and polarity shifts of the amino acid protein building blocks, bringing about shifts within the proteins. Changes of external sound and electromagnetic frequency have a measureable effect upon the amino acid protein response, mutation rate, cell lifetimes, primary processes and relaxation rate of the cells. Amplitude and frequency changes throughout the electromagnetic spectrum of the ELF/VLF, radio, microwave, visible, ultraviolet and beyond have shown detectable cellular change.
Now that’s enough to take your breath away! Not only does your breathing influence your whole body, but the music of the Earth itself seems to influence your biological functioning! In addition, within the very cellular structure energy is absorbed from the surrounding electromagnetic and electrostatic field to do the work of the cellular functioning. Do you set the drumbeat for your whole biologic system? Let’s look at more.
Specialized piezoelectric cardiac fibers, which contain automatic cells, are capable of producing automaticity. This ability allows them to function as the primary (natural) pacemaker, producing impulses which continue even when the heart is removed from the body. These heart muscle crystals serve as sensory receivers and energy transducers designed to read specific radiations of the EM (electro-magnetic) spectrum and to convert these stimuli into signals that are decipherable by the cells.
The body water, or blood, acts as a carrier of bio-information, thus allowing paramagnetic substances in the blood molecules to act like a magnetic tape, carrying and delivering information throughout the body. The blood and blood components are susceptible to different signals as they course throughout your body. The amount of blood distributed in vessels is determined by the cardiac output and tone of the vascular system. This is under the influence of external, natural geomagnetic fields. So with each breath, you not only set a biologic clock pulse in motion but you also receive the oxygenated energy frequencies and information to transmit throughout your bio-system.
The geomagnetic field varies in structure and dynamic properties. One aspect of this variation is the geomagnetic pulsations which are caused by the interaction of plasma hydromagnetic waves coming from the Sun and the Galaxy and interacting with the Earth’s magnetosphere, as proven in thousands of experiments. Some examples of the effects of this field variation are: changes in heart rate during fluctuations of the geomagnetic fields in the 2 to 10 Hertz rhythms, and alterations in water properties, of the water molecules contained in the liquid-crystal like membranes of the cells.
Very recent measurements of the well-known Schumann resonance, the natural oscillations of the Earth’s ionospheric cavity, indicate that the polarization modes change from lefthand to righthand across its ELF spectrum. Our cellular water crystals are being adjusted by this Schumann excitation, whose source stimulation appears from scientific measurements to be from beyond the Earth’s magnetic field. Thus, the geomagnetic field is able to interact with biological systems at a quantum-mechanical level, thereby affecting the electron systems, molecules, magnetic moments and spins, and thus changing the current flow signals in the cellular system, leading to more complex bioenergetics.
More about the Schumann Resonances
As we look lower in frequency from the ELF and Schumann spectrum into what are called micro-pulsations, we measure greatly increasing levels of magnetic strength. These are slow but very powerful signals from 1 Hertz and down, and they increase with a growth in the density and velocity of the Solar wind. The micro-pulsations especially follow the regular changes of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF), a current sheet of solar equatorial magnetic field lines. The current sheet is shown as lying near the solar equator with spiraled, outward-pointing magnetic fields lying above it and inward-pointing fields lying below it. The current sheet contains folds or flutes. When the Sun rotates, the Earth experiences a polarity change above and below the ever-spiraling current sheet. Even slower geomagnetic spectral density measurements extend into years and centuries.
Since the time of Benjamin Franklin’s famous experiments in 1752 “drawing lightning from the cloud” by using a kite, it is known that the air is electrically conducting. An electric field in the atmosphere cannot be maintained indefinitely, but must be generated by nonelectric forces. Three sources of low frequency electromagnetic waves are presently known:
1. Thunderstorms and related phenomena in the lower atmosphere.
2. Tidal wind interaction with the ionospheric plasma at dynamo layer heights.
3. Solar wind interaction with the magnetosphere.
These fields shift into the ionosphere and drive electric currents within the Earth dynamo region, the magnetic component of which can be observed on the ground. In addition, instabilities within the magnetosphere are the cause of electromagnetic waves with frequencies ranging from the 0.1 mHz. band to the kHz. band and beyond (geomagnetic substorms, geomagnetic pulsations, and natural ELF, VLF – very low frequency – and LF – low frequency – noise).
The atmosphere is an electrically conducting medium; electric currents can flow due to the electrical ionization around the Earth. The Earth’s crust contains radioactive materials. Beta and gamma rays emitted from the ground can ionize the molecules of the air in the first few meters above ground. Radon is a major ionization source in the first few 100 m. above ground over the continents. The second major source of ionization is galactic cosmic rays with a maximum in mid-altitudes at about 15 km. height.
Solar X-ray and extreme ultraviolet radiation are the principle sources of ionization above 60 to 70 km. altitude with the rates dependent on latitude, time of day and season, and solar activity. During extremely intense solar flare events, solar protons of cosmic ray intensity can greatly enhance the ion production rate. The solar radiation is responsible for the formation of various ionospheric layers of intense activity.
At an altitude of about 100 km. the electrons drift at right angles to the Earth’s magnetic field, while the ions move in the direction of this Earth field. This area of peak amplitude is called the dynamo region, where there is this range of peak parallel conductivity along the geomagnetic field lines of electric equipotential. The direction of the geomagnetic field changes from horizontal at the equator to vertical at the magnetic poles. Since the vertical current cannot flow out of the dynamo region, a polarization charge is built up on both boundaries of the dynamo region causing a vertical electrical polarization field with the Earth’s surface. Amplification of electric current at the geomagnetic equator occurs within this dynamo region.
Thunderstorms behave like batteries which are connected with the highly conducting ionosphere and earth via the barely conducting lower and middle atmosphere. The passive electric continuous current flowing outside the thunderstorm regions down to the earth is part of the global electric circuit. In fair weather regions far away from thunderstorm areas, one measures a downward-directed current density which is believed to be driven by the global thunderstorm activity. This current density is remarkably constant with height.
Since the air is electrically conducting, the current is accompanied by a downward-directed electric field of the order of 100 volts per meter on the ground. The average potential between ground and the ionosphere, called the atmospheric electric potential is 240 kV. but varying between about 180 and 400 kV. The electric field on the Earth’s surface is always at right angles to the ground. This indicates that the Earth’s surface behaves like an electric equipotential layer for continuous electric fields with greater electric current density at higher altitudes along the surface. One source of the space charge near the ground is due to the electrode effect. The negative ions drift upward and the positive ions drift downward under the influence of the vertical electric field. Thunderstorms are the main source of electromagnetic energy within the lower atmosphere and are believed to drive the global electric circuit.
Telluric currents will flow in the surface layers of the earth. Since thunderstorm maximum events occur at low latitudes in the afternoon and evenings, these telluric currents must be directed equator-ward during the daytime and poleward at night. Telluric currents are a relatively shallow surface phenomena, yielding 1/2 day hemispheric telluric currents in the 102 to103 ampere range. The intensity of telluric currents are then adaquate to supply the flow from the global fair weather charge accumulator to the bases of the thunderstorms. Electric currents will flow between hemispheres at all times and the current density at any location is a direct function of the inter-hemispheric currents and their potential gradients.
Image by NASA
The maximum spectral amplitude of a thunder signal is near 100 Hz. The mean flash rate of lightning over the whole earth is estimated to be on the order of 100 flashes per second. These lightning flashes generate radio signals at frequencies greater than 100 kHz. Lightning channels behave like huge antenna systems which radiate electromagnetic energy. These natural impulsive signals at frequencies below 100 kHz arise from coherent electric currents in lightning channels during return strokes and are called atmospherics. These signals are radiated throughout the earth and atmosphere, and propagate within the waveguide of the earth-ionosphere cavity. The waveguide thus has two windows of peak activity, one in the ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) range, and the other one in the VLF (Very Low Frequency) range.
The phase velocity of the mode decreases with increasing frequency and is greater than the speed of light within the VLF range. The transmission function of the terrestrial waveguide has a window at extremely low frequencies and pulses containing significant spectral amplitudes in that range may be received around the Earth where the waveguide behaves as a natural resonator. At these ELF ranges, resonances occur for waves with horizontal wavelengths which are an integral multiple of the earth’s circumference; the spectral signals from lightning are amplified at these frequencies. The activity of this Schumann resonance reflects the action of the global lightning.
The second generator of electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere is the ionospheric dynamo. The dynamo coil is the electrically conducting air within the dynamo region between about 80 and 200 km. height. The driving force is the tidal wind which moves the ionospheric plasma against the geomagnetic field and induces electric fields and currents. Manifestations of the electric currents on the ground are regular variations of the geomagnetic field depending on solar day and lunar day.
The basic period of the solar tides is one solar day. The basic wavelength is the size of the Earth. The tidal wave modes therefore depend on the spherical and rotating Earth. Within the lower and middle atmosphere traveling waves transport energy and drive the ionospheric plasma at dynamo layer heights so that a horizontal electric current flows. Electric charge separation sets up an electrically polarized field, and the magnetic field generated by this current can be measured on the ground as variations superimposed on the geomagnetic field from the Earth’s interior. In addition, atmospheric lunar tides are excited by the gravitational force which the moon exerts on the Earth. Its pressure amplitude on the ground is 20 times smaller than the solar tide but the lunar tide does induce electric currents at dynamo region heights.
This current configuration is fixed to the sun, while the Earth rotates beneath it with a current of about 140kA flowing. The rotating current and the conducting Earth behave like a huge transformer with the dynamo region as the primary winding and the electrically conducting earth as the secondary winding. The electric polarization of the field current and tidal winds have primarily an East-West component at the equator. These polarization changes produce a vertical electric field at the equator, thus enhancing the total current strength in the immediate environment and therefore producing a strong band of eastward flowing currents between the morning and early afternoon hours.
Illustration of how solar winds impact the Earth’s magnetosphere. (NASA)
The third main source of electromagnetic energy within the atmosphere is the magnetospheric hydromagnetic dynamo. A steady flux of low energetic particles flows from the sun in a radial direction called the solar wind. Magnetic fields from the sun offer periodic fluctuations and reversals of the polarities within this solar wind, with the well known 22-year sunspot cycle being dominant. The Earth passes through two or four sectors of opposite polarity of the interplanetary magnetic field during one synodic rotation of the sun, a period of about 27 days.
The plasma of the solar wind impinging on the earth’s magnetic field cannot penetrate directly into the earth’s atmosphere. It by-passes the geomagnetic field and creates a cavity, where, the solar wind has direct access to the magnetosphere. The solar wind also stretches the geomagnetic field out into a long magnetic tail on the downward night time side, several hundred Earth radii long.
Several belts of highly energetic particles (the Van Allen belts) are formed within the magnetosphere and surround the Earth as intense toriodal fields that are formed of the spiraling and drifting proton/electron flows. The current via the dynamo region of the ionosphere is related to the dawn-dusk cycle. The superposition of magnetic fields originating from all fluctuating magnetospheric electric currents measured on the ground determines the degree of geomagnetic activity. The electrical conductivity in the dynamo region varies with time of day, season, and latitude. Solar wind-magnetospheric interaction causes a never-ceasing, but highly fluctuating, energy input into the polar fields, which leads to an almost permanent enhancement of the earth electrical conductivity.
The magnetosphere behaves like a resonant cavity for waves with wavelengths comparable with the dimensions of the magnetosphere. The largest resonant wavelength is around 105km., which yields a time period of about 140 seconds and a frequency of around 7 mHz. Many resonances of this frequency and higher are detected within the magnetosphere and earth. Waves present within the magnetosphere can be amplified by energized particles, mainly near the magnetospheric equator. These enhanced waves in the VLF range can penetrate the magnetosphere and propagate along the geomagnetic field lines.
Fluctuations of the geomagnetic field with periods ranging from 0.2 seconds to more than 10 minutes are called geomagnetic pulsations. These pulsations are observed at all geographic latitudes with maximum occurrences at the sub-aurora latitudes. Sudden pulses are a worldwide phenomena occurring nearly simultaneously on the day side and on the night side. The magnetospheric regions are copious sources of radio emission, which radiate low frequency wave power of about 109 Watts into space at maximum spectral amplitudes near 200 kHz. The general global electrical circuitry combine to a powerful unified geo-electrical vibrational sea within which all living beings are immersed.
What are some of the sources of the vibrational waves which surge past and through our Earthly home?
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June 9, 2017