Episode 336 S11-12
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The idea that the sun affects human behavior is not a new theory. In their article, Space Weather: Its Effect on Human Health and Behavior at abruptearthchanges.com, David Hyde and Ben Davidson report at abruptearthchanges.comthat professor Alexander Tchijesky presented a paper titled “Physical Factors of the Historical Process” to the American Meteorological Societ in 1926. Alexander examined the cyclical correlation between the number of sunspots during each Solar Cycle and its effects on human behavior. He found that during periods of maximum fighting and revolutions occurred. At minimum, peace and cohesion were prevalent.
David and Ben explain that changes in organisms on the planet occur from streams of anodes and cathodes that eject from the sun and ionize the planet’s atmosphere. Changes in skin pigmentation, heartbeat, and the chemical composition of the blood all react to the energy the sun is unleashing. They explain an organism’s tonicity is affected. This is basically the rate at which things pass through membranes in your body.
Space weather is affected by this plasma discharge, stretching past Pluto. All of the planets are connected to the sun by these electromagnetic currents that the charged ions travel down. All of the planet’s magnetic shields, Magnetospheres, combine with that of the sun to form the solar system’s shielding called the Heliosphere. This shielding protects us from cosmic rays or high-speed energy particles aiming to strip the atmosphere of the ozone layer.
Ben Davidson explains on his site suspiciousobservers.com that since the year 2000, the earth’s magnetosphere has weakened exponentially. This allows the plasma to supercharge the atmosphere and leaves the planet even more vulnerable to coronal mass ejections (CMEs). These are massive bursts of solar wind that can cause geomagnetic storms on the earth, producing ground currents that affect all sorts of electronics.
Delicate electrical currents keep the brain, heart, and nervous system functioning correctly. However, something as simple seeming as an increased amount of lightning on our planet could profoundly affect the organisms on the earth. Photons are released during every lightning strike. They get caught between the surface and an area about 60 miles up. David and Ben explain that these are measured as Schumann Resonances (SR), ranging between 3Hz and 60Hz. They can be detected on any planet with lightning.
The nervous system depends on extremely low frequency (ELF) signals that the nervous system transmits. Scientists found that the first five Schumann resonances coincide with the first four EEG bands in the body. A change in these frequencies can alter blood pressure, melatonin production, increase cancer, affects the reproductive system, can cause cardiac and neurological disease or death.
More medical emergencies and deaths are reported on days with high Cosmic Ray Activity. These days, there is an increase in Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD). However, anxiety, sleep disturbances, altered moods, and psychiatric admissions increase on days producing geomagnetic storms. Headaches increase and people have a more challenging time handling emotions.
Electric frequencies tie the universe together in a balance essential for life to thrive. Knowing the state of space and planetary weather can help you predict people’s overall mood each day and help those who may be more sensitive live a better tomorrow.
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