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Schumann Resonance, Psychophysical Regulation & Psi (Part II)

Iona Miller


This article concurs with Hainsworth’s pioneering research on the health correlates of Schumann Resonance (“SR”) and postulates, along with Pitkanin and Sidorov, that SR may be the substrate for a radar-type extrasensory perception mechanism common to all organisms. SR forms a sort of global guidance system for life. Resonant absorption of an oscillating signal and reaction is presumed as most brainwaves fall within the first five SR modes (0-35 Hz). Frequency matching amplifies even weak signals, even in the presence of other strong static and oscillating fields. It is vital in brain-to-cell and cell-to-cell communication.

Part II of this two-part article contains: Brainwave Frequencies; Measuring Changes in Schumann’s Resonances; SR and Global Temperature Changes; Discussion: Facilitating Our Potential; Conclusions & References.

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ISSN: 2153-8212