Hello and well I trust you have been happy Humming. I have. Some more folk have shared that they had awakenings and 'kundulini' experiences, some with dreams that related to their enquiries, anxieties when they hummed before or in bed, some said it enhanced their sleep and others it disturbed their sleep.
Should you really get serious about energy and vibrations may I suggest you try and delve a bit into my www.geofffreedarchive.blogspot.com
- ▼ January (4)
- Coming Full Circle - Q&A Part C on The Last Post -...
- Coming Full Circle — Q&A Part B on The Last Post -...
- Coming Full Circle - Q&A Part A on The Last Post -...
- Coming Full Circle — The Last Post - January 2013
- This is a large site and archives and and these were retrieved from a magazine named 'energygrid' the editor suddenly without warning closed it down and left many contributors lost and without their articles, I managed to retrieve the bare bones and many videos were lost or taken down. However the red Coming 'Full Circle' were the last entries and packed with questions and answers especially related to my '1967' writings. I started writing about the above subjects in the blog 2005 and then in 1970 when I was 32 years of age to journals and lectures with workshops.
Courtesy You TubeShould you wish to open the pages as above there are references to Life Force Fieldsand other information that can set you up on weeks of fascinating easy understood science that has been forgotten or rather not profitable. Just one example from the above the work of Dr Harold Saxton Burr and his work on the 'blueprint of immortality.'
- May I suggest you log into spaceweather.com and look at their whole March 2022 presentations---amazing work. Easy navigation site.
Bedka and colleagues combined images from two satellites: NOAA's GOES-17 and Japan's Himawari-8, both of which observed the eruption using similar infrared cameras from different points in geosynchronous orbit. Using the simple math of stereo geometry, the team calculated that the plume rose to 58 kilometers (36 miles) at its highest point.
For comparison, the largest known volcanic plume in the satellite era before Tonga came from Mount Pinatubo, which spewed ash and aerosols up to 35 kilometers (22 miles) into the air above the Philippines in 1991. The Tonga plume was 1.5 times the height of Pinatubo.
The extreme height of the Tonga plume means it could affect space weather phenomena such as sprites, airglow, and noctilucent clouds, which also occur in the mesosphere. Tonga was truly out of this world. Courtesy space weather.com
GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH (G1-CLASS): Minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on April 2nd and 3rd when CMEs from this week's strong solar flares are expected to graze Earth's magnetic field. Wednesday's X1.3-flare and Thursday's M9.6-flare both launched CMEs into space near the edge of the Earth strike zone. Glancing blows could spark a new round of high latitude auroras. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.
THE PURPLE AFTERGLOW OF A CME: A Cannibal CME hit Earth's magnetic field on March 31st. Twenty-four hours later, observers are still seeing the afterglow. Marybeth Kiczenski took this picture before sunrise on April 1st from Grassy Butte, North Dakota:(COURTESY spaceweather.com)
Who cares? Cosmic rays are a surprisingly "down to Earth" form of space weather. They can seed clouds, trigger lightning, and penetrate commercial airplanes. According to a study from the Harvard T.H. Chan school of public health, crews of aircraft have higher rates of cancer than the general population. The researchers listed cosmic rays, irregular sleep habits, and chemical contaminants as leading risk factors. Somewhat more controversial studies (#1, #2, #3, #4) link cosmic rays with cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death. Courtesy spaceweather.com (spaceweather.com may not agree with any of the above on my view but I use their information to merely illustrate my view).
These are vibratory presentations and graphs can be shown to be read in wave formations such as below.
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