Schumann Resonance has increased to 90Hz at Easter

IN Philosophy & Spirituality

WOW! Schumann Resonance has increased to 90Hz at Easter.. apparently it’s normal frequency is varies between 7-8Hz and that it’s been increasing over the past few years… in 2014 it spiked at 14-16Hz on certain days & last year it hit 30-40Hz.

Schumann Resonance has increased to 90Hz at Easter
Direct link to graph:

I want to learn more… where can I learn more?

The schumann resonance is apparently a product of the size of our atmosphere and the size of our planet (specifically, the space in between the two; there is a ‘cavity ‘defined by the surface of the Earth and the inner edge of the ionosphere about 20 miles up).

Unless our atmosphere is rapidly changing size, the “schumann resonance” will not change. But it does echo “octaves” of itself, at higher frequencies. Is 90hz an octave of 7.8~8hz? It’s better to think of it in musical terms really. The resonance is not a set number, though the numbers are related!.

(Penny – Interesting that they used the term “octaves”.. just like Ra from the Law of One refers to)

Is there any other research about this?

Wiki has some good information about it:

Perhaps the earth is assisting us in lifting the veil, initiating us to a quickening in energy, and enabling us to see our true nature. Maybe when we see, remember, and awaken to who we truly are, human beings can finally move as a collective consciousness from a state of surviving to a state of thriving.Dr Joe Dispenza

I don’t understand The HeartMath Institute’s live data:

Lots of blog posts, lots of forum posts, lots of Facebook discussion, lots of YouTube “opinion” videos.. but not much about the actual research.

And this video is pretty good: 


Aside from that.. I want to know more… 

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