Electromagnetic Lighthouse Thirdeye Portal
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All beings are multi-dimensional including humans. Our problem is that we have forgotten our multi-dimensional nature and have been disconnected from much of ourselves.
Never throughout the evolution of human consciousness were we so closely united through our physical bodies with the world of matter in relation to our thinking, feeling and willing. It is precisely this development of consciousness that, having given rise to a new world of technology, was responsible for the earth being enveloped in a dense fabric of artificially produced electromagnetic radiation -- altogether a situation that has not existed in the evolution of our planet up to now.
The interior of the earth emits natural microspulsations of approximately 10 Hz (Hertz), that is 10 oscillations per second. Lightning creates fields in a frequency range of 10 to 20 KHz (thousands of oscillations per second). At the other end of the spectrum light has become visible with billions of oscillations. Between the two fields described, there are those areas of the spectrum that only started to fill up with artificial radiation at the end of last century through human intervention, beginning with electric power supply systems around 50/60 Hz to ELF frequencies (ELF = extremely low frequency, in a spectrum of 0 to 100 Hz), often used for military purposes, or rather as non-lethal weapons, and on to medium, short and ultra-short waves, to the TV frequencies and the domain of microwave frequencies. Many data concerning application of the latter are also secret, as they too were researched and used for miltary purposes.
On the one hand, electromagnetic forces interact with the geomagnetic field that envelops the planet as a protective sheath, on the other one they interact with the interior of the earth that constantly emits particles with either a positive or a negative electrical charge, ions, and other related forces. There is an assumption of a rotating core of liquid iron in the interior of the earth that envelops the planet in a magnetic dipole field, similar to that of a bar magnet. The magnetosphere varies from month to month, depending on the moon cycles; it does not rotate but stands firm in space. Accordingly, every point on earth is exposed to a constantly changing magnetic field with unchanging magnetic declinations towards the two magnetic poles, while its daily variations control the biological rhythm. There is electrodynamic interaction between the surface of the earth and the ionosphere by way of micropulsations in the 10 Hz area, in other words, the Extremely low frequency (ELF) channels.
December 1st, 2016
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