Dear Readers thanks for your patience this will give you a near complete cover in simple terms of weather and health and you see how the weather is affected from 317 A and to Earth Weather. A simple reflection will lead you to it and of course the reference in the last Post to Chemical (chemtrails) HAARP and heating and so on.
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THIS MONTH WE WILL
LOOK at the resonance between the Earth, the Sun and our minds. To introduce this concept, I include below some exerpts from various journals and newsletters on how there is resonance beteen our minds and the rest of the universe.
Many of us are preoccupied with whether or not the recent blizzards, flooding, intense heat waves and other extreme weather are related to global warming. But, what we haven't stopped to consider is how these extreme weather conditions may be affecting our own health.
Lightning and thunderstorms create very-low- requency (VLF) atmospherics, or 'sferics'. These are short, weak electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in the 1-100 kHz range that settle down to a common frequency of 10 Hz, which is tiny compared with the much higher frequencies bombarding us from our computers, TV s and electrical appliances. Nevertheless, growing evidence shows that all living organisms respond to buildups of K\l energy from the weather on earth, and that these faint, dampened impulses profoundly affect all of our biological systems-and possibly far more than does the sea of EM 'noise' all around us.
The level of circulating sferics largely accounts for what is being termed 'meteoropathy', or illness due to the weather. According to German research, some 30 per cent of Europeans are weather-sensitive (J Sci Explor, 1998; 12: 455-68). Those affected react to changes in air pressure, humidity and even temperature. During buildups of sferics, pain is intensified, illness increases, moods worsen and people get the 'blahs'.
Researchers at the Department of Clinical and Physiological Psychology at the Justus Liebig L'niversttv of Gicssen, Germany, have discovered that pain from all manner of sources-scars, brain injury, angina, asthma or migraine-c-is more intense during high rates of atmospherics, with increases beginning one or two days before a change in the weather (Reiter R. Meteorobiologie und BektrizitfJ.t der Atmosphere (Meteorobiology end Atmospheric Electricity].
: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft [Academic Publishers] Geest & Portig, 1960). Leipzig
When sferics are high-say, during geomagnetic stormsblood viscosity (stickiness) also dramatically increases, as do heart attacks (Clin Cardiol, 1985; 8: 149-51). They also increase the pain of rheumatism, migraine, sleep disorders and general tension. Bad weather also .. ,ears to have a profound effect on human mo~. -iolence, accidents (including traffic accidents), suicides • I U criminal behaviours increase when EMFs build up in the air (J Sci Explor, 1998; 12: 455-68).
Atrnospherrcs can also interfere with concentration. Students make more mistakes on tests when sferics l'-ere high the night before. Our ability to react quickly also suffers when the air is heavy with sferic activity.
But why do we feel these faint pulses and not the louder ones? The
group postulates that each of us possesses a biological 'window' through which we receive and respond to a specific band of frequencies. Thus, we arc only susceptible to waves that correspond to our ideal frequencies. Giessen
Participants exposed to 10-kHz sferics for only 20 minutes show a large shift in their alpha band (7-13 Hz), the wave length of meditation and alert reccptivlty (Tirsch WS et e/. 'Sp8Ctroanalytical investigations about the influence
of atmospherics on the human EEG' [Abstr). EEG Symposium, Obergugl, February 1994). Other studies have shown an increase in both alpha and beta brain-wave activity (13-40 Hz).
In our human evolution, the brain may have worked best when tuned in to 10Hz, the frequency of our alpha cycle-quiet, meditative alertness-and the same as the Schumann resonance, the most common frequency of EM waves that encircle the earth.
James Oschman-author of EnerkLv Medicine: The Scientific Basis (Churchill Livingstone, 2000)-belicves that, when we're in a relaxed or meditative state, the pulse of the earth takes over as our brain's 'pacemaker'. Some have even concluded that the Schumann resonance frequency creates our own internal rhythms. When people in an underground bunker were exposed to Schumann-like extra-l ow-frequency (ELF) waves for a week, they displayed more accurate circadian rhythms than did the controls (Naturwissenschaften, 1968; 55: 29-32).
The Gicssen group has also examined reports showing that these low, faint fields can affect cell calcium, as all the important ions of the body are in the low-frequency range. Such interaction affects the delicate balance of melatonin and serotonin, the brain hormones that regulate mood, set our circadian rhythm and may be involved (through the pineal gland) with the workings of a number of the major organs.
The brain uses these oscillating cellular calcium ions to regulate a range of bodily functions. Like the rhythm set by an orchestra conductor, the 10-Hz pulse of the earth's weather gives us the world's best beat. As a tuning fork tunes a musical instrument, it may be that we need to be 'tuned' by the Schumann resonance to be at our own peak performance.
Also, we may have evolved to pick up these changes in the weather several days in advance to give us enough time to find food or shelter, say the Gicssen scientists.
The Schumann VLF fields build up primarily during fair weather. So, it may well be that we humans were designed to function at our best when it's sunny, and to give in to the impulse to hibernate during stormy weather.
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The second article in our series on how weather affects your health
American essayist Joan Didion once wrote about the
wind of Santa Ana Southern California "drying the hills and the nerves to tlashpoint". Travel writer Peter Mayle warned of an increase in
lunatic behaviour among the inhabitants of
during the season of Le Mistral. Provence
These are two of the so-called 'winds of ill-repute'-also including Canada's Chinook winds, the Argentinian Zonda winds, the Sirocco winds of Italy and the Sharav or Khasmin winds of the Ncar East-those special seasonal high winds that profoundly affect human behaviour and health.
During the seasons of these hot, dry winds, the local inhabitants complain of insomnia, migraines, nausea vomiting, anxiety and tension-and even diminished or dimmed vision. Tempers flare, nerves are frayed. hospital admissions swell and suicide numbers skyrocket. Even the psychiatric wards are more full than usual. Surgeons put off operations because blood clots more slowly, and judges have been known to deal more leniently with crimes of passion if committed during the Santa Anas.
Yet, despite all the folklore, there's a simple scientific explanation for their effects. These ill winds share common clements: a rapid rise in temperature of initially cold air as they blow down the leeward side of a mountain: an abrupt decrease in humidity; and, most significant of all. a sharp rise in the level of positive ions released into the air.
Researchers who have studied the Sharav found that half a day
to three days before the winds begin to blow. the number of atmospheric ions nearly doubles, and the ratio of positive to negative ions goes from I to 2 to I to more than J. This change in the air's ionic charge is directly related to the onset of illnesses experienced by the locals a day or two before the wind's arrival.
Ions are electrical charges in the atmosphere that are formed when a molecule is hit by enough energy to unleash an electron from it, thus becoming a 'positive ion. In tum, the molecule that the freed electron then attaches itself to becomes a 'negative' ion.
Besides cosmic activity, ions are also created by rainfall, air pressure, waterfalls and the friction caused by large volumes of air moving rapidly over a land mass. Both positive and negative ions are equivalent to a tiny pulse of static electricity, and the air we breathe is made up of billions of these tiny charges.
Good 'clean' air contains 1500-4000 tons/em- and the preferred ratio should be slightly more negative than positive ions-1.2 to 1. However, ions are highly unstable and. as we're now surrounded by electromagnetic charges
from artificial sources, the number of ions we breathe in is drastically reduced and the ratio is often upset, leaving all but the most robustly outdoorsy of us with low levels of mostly positive ions-which isn't good for us.
After studying these effects for some 25 years in a specially created 'air ion laboratory', the late Professor Albert P. Krueger, Emeritus Professor of Bacteriology at the University of California, demonstrated that changing the
level of ions leads to substantial changes in many animal activities, such as growth rates, sleeping periods, breathing rates-and even their output of urine or faeces (J Gen Physiol, 1962; 45 [Pt 2 Suppl): 233--41), Ion changes also increased the aggressiveness of laboratory rats and affected their ability to learn (Bernet MM. Effects of Negatively Ionized Ai, and Circadian Rhythm on MazePerformance in Rats (thesis).
: New Haven, CT
Krueger's experiments revealed that changing the ion ratio in favour of negative ions is highly beneficial to all living things, and can boost healing of bums as well as healthy cell proliferation and regeneration (New Scientist, 1973; June 14: 668-70). Ultimately, he discovered that these charges in the atmosphere affected the production and oxidation of serotonin in the blood and brain of mammals, including humans. High levels of positive ions dramatically raised blood levels of serotonin whereas negative ions decreased them (IntJ Biometerol, 1973; 17: 267-75).
Serotonin, produced by the pineal gland, has profound effects on the endocrine and neurovascular systems, and helps to control metabolism and such activities as bloodclotting, blood pressure and smooth-muscle contraction. In the brain, serotonin controls the sleep-wake cycle, hunger and temperature regulation, and also mood and emotions. Excess levels of serotonin make you feci ill and give you headaches; low levels make you feel drowsy and depressed.
In susceptible people, levels of serotonin rise sharply two days before the winds arrive, and remain high to level off only after the winds have finally gone.
For those who arc weather-sensitive, most respond better to negative ions (although some do better with positive ions). Such symptoms are now referred to as 'serotonin hypcrfunction syndrome', and are only relieved when sufferers arc exposed to high levels of negative ions or given serotonin-repressing drugs (IntJ Biometeor, 1974; 18: 313-8).
Children, the elderly and the ill all appear to be particularly sensitive to ions and, indeed, some researchers have postulated that hyperactive and generally unruly children are deficient in such "vitamins of the air".
If you are one of those who reacts to sudden changes of weather, then being around lots of plants, an indoor source of constant running water such as a fountain or even a goodquality air ionizer-all sources of negative ions-is a safer and more reliable way to re-establish equilibrium.
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Weathering Geomagnetic Storms
The Russians have a new take on prcvcntativo medicine, In a room at the (;eorl.\ian Technieall'nin:rsity ( .n : in Thilisi.
three sets of Helmholtz coils dotted ahout the place bathe the room in a powerful maunctlc field. The plan is to hegin using this set-up for eardim'aseular patients. particularly those in intensive care. with the coils offering compensatorv shielding a,gainst an invisible threat-a killer that is more potent than diet. lifestvlc or even genes.
We all live on what is essentially a giant magnet. with its Xorth and South Poles-the two poles of the magnetsurrounded hy a donut-shaped mag, netic field. This nmbicut geomagnetic field. or magnetosphere. is constantly in flux, as it's affected hy the weather and any geological changes on cnrth-shut. most particularly, hy volarilc eh:mgcs of the weather in space. largcl~' caused hy the furious nct ivitv of the sun.
This benlgn srnr responsible for all life on earth is essentially a cluster of unirnaainahly hot hydrogen and helium criss-crossed with a layer of unstable magnetic fields. Xor surprisingly, this volatile combination results in periodic volcano-style eruptions that propel ,gas into space. while vortices of concentrated fields-the dark blobs on the sun's surface that we call 'sunspots '-pull apart and reconnect to form new arrangements. Despite this potentially anarchic combination. the sun carries out this aetivity according to a fairly predictable timetable; regular solar c .'ycles consist of ] 1 years, during which rime sunspots build up. discharge and IJCgin to wane.
During the waxing stage. as sunspots accumulate. so the sun begins to hurl its gaseous explosions, such as solar Rares. our way. This amounts to a billion ton's worth of g:ls and magnetic lields with the force of billions of
atomic bombs, all made airborne and aimed towards earth through the electrified gas of the solar wind-and all trmdling some five million miles per hour.
This act ivitv not only causes extreme geomagnetic storms in space hut also. durin,l.\ moments of intense solar activity. penct rates the earth's maunctlc field. During.\ any giwn 11year solar cycle. we can expect to experience two years' worth of geomagnetic storms severe enou,gh to disrupt portions of the earth's electrical power. interrupt high-tech communications systems. and disorientate spacecraft and satellite wl\-il.\ation systems.
Profound effects on life
I 'nt il only recently. scientists were dismissive of the idea that the earth's faint magnctie field-a thousand times weaker than the standard clnssruom horseshoe magnet-had nnv effect on basic biological processes. particularly as all li\'in~ things on earth arc now exposed to much stronger vlcctromagncrtc and l.\eomagnctie fields at everv moment of our modern. technologically dependent. lives.
Xcverthcless. the latest disc()\'eries have revealed that li\ing things have a small window through which subtle geomagnetic and electromagnetic fields-such as those generated by the earth. rather than the artificial kind gener~lted by technology-have the most profound effect upon all cellular processes in living things. Changes in this faint charge, particularly those of extremely low frequencies (less than 100 l lz), profoundly influence virtually all biological processes in H\'ing things and. in particular, the two major engines of the body-the heart and the brain.
The earth's magnetic activity appears to directly riffeet our cell
membranes and calcium-ion channels. which arc vital for regulating enzyme systems within the cell. In pnrticular, the earth's geomngnetie field appears to target the sympatheric nerves (those originating from the chest and lower-back parts of the spinal cord. and include the 'fight-ortlil.\h t' response).
Of all the affected systems in the body. changes in solar geomngnetie conditions most profoundly disturb the rhythms of the heart. Indeed. in susceptible people. magnetlc storms can bring on a heart attack. Healthy hearts have a wide nmge of variation in heart fate. but magnetic storms decrease heart-rate vuriahility (Biomed Instrum Technol, 1999; 33: 152-87) and. in turn. increase the risk of all coronary artery disease and heart attack. When geomagnetic activity increases. the blood becomes thicker-sometimes doubly so--and the bloodstream slows dO\\11. both of which arc a recipe for a heart attack.
In fact. heart-attack rates and cardiovascular deaths closely follow increases in solar-cycle geomagnctie activ ity (Neuro Endrocrinol Lett, 2000; 21: 233-58). with the largest number of sudden fatal heart attacks occurring within a day of a geomagnetic storm (Solar Physics, 1977; 51: 175-83). One L'niverslty of
study found a 5 per cent increase in heart attacks during times of maximum solar activity over a five-year period (J Atmos Solar-Terr Phys, 2002; 64: 707-20). Minnesota
Besides heart effects. the sun has a profound cffect on the other electrical centres of the body: the brain and nervous system. Scientists in the Soviet bloc discovered that;: even in healthy volunteers, electrical. :\Cthity in the brain is highly destabilized during magnetically stormy days (Proceedings of the Space Weather Workshop:
Looking Towards a European Space Weather Programme.
December 17-19, 2001, Noordwijk, The ). Indeed. the nervous system's signalling itsdi is corrupted. so that parts arc ovcractivated while others iail to fire (Astron Astrophys Trans. 2003: 22: 861-7). Netherlands
Geomagnetic activity in space also profoundly affects mental stability: the higher the geomagnetic activity; the greater the increases in gcneral psychiatric disorders (Percept Motor Skills. 1992: 74: 449). thegreatcr the number oi patients hospitalized for nervous conditions and the greater the number oi attempted suicides (Int J Biometeorol. 1994: 38: 199-203).
There is even some evidence that epileptic tits result from or arc exaccrbated by geomagnetic disturbances (BrazJ Moo, 1996: 29: 1069-72).
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If you suffer from heart disease, epilepsy or any psychiatric illness, it is. worth following space weather for forecasts of heavy solar geomagnetic activity. The
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) created the US ( Space Environment Center SEC), 's official source of space weather activity (www.sec.noaa.gov). Jointly operated by the NOAA and America Air Force, the Space Weather Operations (SWO) centre provides forecasts and warnings of solar and geomagnetic activity. For today's forecast. seehttp://sec.noaa.gov/today2.html. US
All geomagnetic activity is measured on a 'K index', with 0 being the most quiet and 9 the most turbulent. The 'a index' is similar, but uses a larger scale-ranging from 0 to 400.
SEC has also created Space Weather Scales to indicate the level of severity. with 1 being mild and 5 the most severe.
The project specifically targets a phenomenon called CII.\T (circadian hypcramplitudc tcnslonj-e-exccssively high blood pressure during part of the day caused by solar or other planetary activiry, During times of geomagnetic disturbance. for instance. heart patients may be advised not to exert themselves or engagc in any sudden strenuous activity, Alternarivcly, as heart infections often follow heart attacks. they could be givcn antibiotics as a preemptive strike.
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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Project in the Twin Citic» of ~Hnnesma offers ambulatory blood-pressure monitoring so that patients can follow any arterial effects when solar activity is at its peak. Phoenix
However, it may take many more years before orthodox medicine accepts the notion that. in the 1110re susceptible. biology is controlled not from within, hut by the wild and explosive aotivity of the sun.
Lynne McTaggart (WDDTY
I have not included my own views on these facts. This is factual and more or less speaks for itself. However Post 317 A reveals the tampering with the weather systems and still persists. This may prompt you to query scientists and climate change and to see what there tinkering has done and blame it on carbon emissions. There are natural cycles and there are natural evolutionary cycles of climate change. My views and the ascension process are fully gone into elsewhere in the Posts and previous energygrid blogs.
You might want to see what these Astronauts and engineers were hinting at in the letter.
Could it be that these well informed people above knew that it was the scientific establishment in some quarters who were causing an exacerbation of a natural cycle?
Be Well. Geoff
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One more on weather after this. Thanks for bearing with this.
One more on weather after this. Thanks for bearing with this.