As humans evolved within the Earth’s geomagnetic field, all of our internal physiological rhythms are cued from this field. If we’re deprived of this complex magnetic flux, our body’s internal oscillations start desynchronizing, causing physical and mental discomfort.
At the opposite end of this spectrum lies the pitfalls of the field’s amplitude and frequency modulation changes which can render us equally dysfunctional, like when the weather’s too hot or cold.
It then comes as no surprise to discover that when our sun exhibits its solar maximum periods every 11 and 22 years, the Earth’s magnetic field is perturbed in both frequency and amplitude. What’s particularly fascinating is that these geomagnetic perturbations can have dramatic effects on our perception, moods and behavior.
There is a considerable body of evidence strongly suggesting that most of the world’s major conflicts began at the peak of, or just following, a solar maximum. What a coincidence?
While most people are probably not that sensitive or reactive to such subtle magnetic fluctuations, there are those whose inner workings are profoundly altered by it and thus display more volatile, belligerent and downright hostile reactions.
When such intense solar behavior affects earth, even our electronic communications are disrupted, is it any surprise that we’re affected even though we’re not composed of solid-state, semi-conductive material? Or are we?
Even on days that are dark and rainy, localized electromagnetic fields dramatically change their dominant frequency, whose effects are sometimes demonstrated by depression and thoughts of suicidal. While part of this could be due to seasonal effective disorder (SAD) in climates where there’s prolonged periods of darkness throughout the year, a large portion of such emotional responses are the way we individually react to minor variations in the localized EMFs.
So if our moods are so pliable and responsive to environmental changes, might such not also drive our behavior, perhaps in areas of the earth where the atmosphere’s thinnest and therefore receive more direct bombardment from solar coronal mass ejections, solar flares and the solar wind, which serve to generate geomagnetic perturbations?
Not surprisingly, there’s now evidence that poltergeist activity, the RSPK culprit by another name, is also perhaps cued and driven by electromagnetic/geomagnetic forces. This is probably why it’s been so very difficult trying to assess all the numerous variables affecting us paranormally.
But remember, we are all the product of the environment that spawned and helped evolve us. From that, we will always be tied back to the Earth. The more we understand the infinitely complex interrelationships between our physical, emotional and psychic selves and our environment, the closer we’ll get to fully understanding how and why it functions and where we’re really going.
The same way in which a tree grows apples, the earth “grew” us, metaphorically speaking, and as such, can never be ignored when attempting to solve the paranormal enigma of ourselves.
One last thought here. Long before the advent of cell phone technology there was a very considerable body of evidence proving that low-power, modulated radio-frequency energy (RF) as well as magnetic fields directly adjacent to our bodies can have severely detrimental biological effects at many different levels.
So if the RF fields are insufficient to do you in, there’s always that ubiquitous magnetic flux wrapping around you’re brain. Person to person effects are very subjective based on your dosimetry and how your body deals with such long term exposure.
If you believe what the media and cell phone industry has been saying regarding its safety, there’s a bridge I’d like to sell you. You’ll never guess who financed most of the biological studies of cell phones? The cell phone industry. What a shock to learn this given the always negative results regarding the harmful biological effects of cell phones. If you must use cell phones a great deal, please use a bluetooth as they’re harmless, as far as we know.