(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Iona Miller wrote the following extensive research paper discussing the infamous Schumann Resonance. While it might be challenging to review this kind information, I highly recommend doing so because it will provide the essential first-hand knowledge needed to understand the energetic nature of existence.
There is one thread to this paper that will likely be controversial, which is that the Schumann Resonance is not rising, as many have suggested for decades. However, before reacting to that statement, please take the time to understand the evidence at hand and know that the general principle of energetic shifting is still valid, as I will attempt to explain.
There are numerous images of Schuman Resonance readings circulating the internet that are cited as examples of it rising. In order to understand what is represented in these graphs, we’ll briefly discuss the Schumann Resonance and how it is produced.
The space in between the surface of the earth and the ionosphere, an approximately 50- to 375-mile thick layer of non-luminous plasma or charged atmospheric gas, forms an electromagnetic resonant cavity, with a potential resonant frequency range known as the Schumann Resonances. This is also known as the earth-ionosphere waveguide system.
Lightning is the most common source of energy for what is known as exciting the Schuman Resonances because it acts like an antenna, radiating pulses of electromagnetic energy in the extremely low-frequency range that is resonant with the ionosphere. It moves outwardly along the earth’s surface and atmosphere like a pebble hitting a pond. This rings the cavity like a bell, which appears as excitation pulses (energy blips) on monitoring stations or a continuous line for longer spans of time.
Much like the sound of a loud guitar plugged into an amplifier rings a snare drum nearby, or a loud sound in a house that shakes the windows, or the sound of an echo in a valley or canyon, the atmosphere “rings like a bell” when it is excited, but the ringing is electromagnetic, instead of sonic…