Schumann Resonance, What It Is and How It Changes

February 16, 2011 at 8:17 pm 8 comments

So it seems like the antenna’s functionality has to do with the Schumann resonance. Basically what happens is there is a cavity between the surface of the earth and the inner edge of the ionosphere 55km up. The earth behaves as an enormous circuit and there’s actually a 200,000 Volt difference between the two points. This voltage difference is responsible for lightning bolts that travel between the earth’s surface and up into the atmosphere. Between these two points you’ll find quasi standing waves called Schumann Resonances with frequencies between 6 and 50 cycles per second, specifically 7.8, 14, 20, 26, 33, 39, and 45 Hz, with a daily variation of +/- 0.5 Hz. (source)

Schumann resonance around the earth

Schumann resonance around the earth

Long story short, the earth functions as a giant electrical circuit and there’s electrical energy in the air. The idea with the antenna, at least in my understanding at this point, is that we can tap into this electromagnetic energy and convert it into electricity.

In an amusing way, it’s kinda like how they got the 1.21 gigawatts of power from a lightning bolt in the movie Back to the Future. But in this instance, we’re not looking to capture the energy produced by a lightning bolt, but tap into the electromagnetic energy that’s already all around us, the same energy that lightning bolts use.

Now evidentially, according to Gregg Braden, the Schumann resonance frequencies of the earth are actually changing. The frequencies of the earth are rising as we approach 2012. These changes are discussed here. Though this article looks to be written pre-2003, at the time of its writing it was saying the earth is currently around 12 Hz and by the time we reach 2012, we should be at 13 Hz.

In terms of the antenna design, I’m basing the length of the antenna’s wire on the Schumann resonance. I was thinking that it was 7.83 Hz and that this was a fixed number. However, after this research, it looks like it was 7.8 +/- 0.5. Not only that, this number is continuing to rise. So if we’re designing an antenna with the length based upon this variable number, it doesn’t look like one antenna design will be effective for all of time.

Note: There’s another website about the Schumann Resonance and its changes here.

Note 2:  The current agreed circumference of the earth is 24,901.55 miles. Dividing this into 186,282.4 miles/second (speed of light in a vacuum) gives 7.481 cycles per second.


Entry filed under: Theory.

Bashar’s audio explanation of the antenna’s design Existing Devices that Tap into Schumann Resonance Frequencies

8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. John R. Wright  |  November 8, 2012 at 8:17 pm

    It seems likely that solar activity would affect the Schumann frequency.

  • 2. PalmerEldritch  |  November 22, 2012 at 7:10 am

    So how is the Schumann Resonance increasing given that it’s calculated from the speed of light and the circumference of the earth? Maybe the earth is shrinking, perhaps Gregg Braden knows. LOL

  • 3. TicoVM  |  July 30, 2013 at 10:16 am

    Maybe speed of light is changing… Atmosphere of Earth(the refractive index of air) is changing…speed of light in a vacuum is greater than speed of light in air…

    • 4. PalmerEldritch  |  July 30, 2013 at 10:53 am

      The words evidence and Greg Braden shouldn’t be used in the same sentence.The SR is not increasing, has never been anywhere close to 12Hz – there is no evidence, Greg just made this stuff up (just like he made up the story the earth was going to stop rotating in Dec 2012, and start rotating in the reverse direction after 3 days of darkness. LOL)

  • 5. Venu5Ear+4  |  December 23, 2013 at 9:45 pm

    “7.8 hertz in the 80’s ..12 hertz now (2012) ” >

    The 13 hertz deal is REAL, people. And there is evidence. Look at all this collective awakening in its beginning stage. This is only the beginning , people *cool*

  • 6. PalmerEldritch  |  December 24, 2013 at 3:19 am

    What evidence? The SR is still ticking along at 7.8Hz just like always.
    13Hz indeed! LOL

  • 7. Rich Macklin  |  September 21, 2014 at 3:38 pm

    Hi Bashar, I was just wondering if it would be possible to use your diagram of Schumann Resonance for a mind technology website business, i’ve been trying do a diagram myself usin open office but the results are terrible. Basically I’m doing a small write up on 7.83 Hz in relation to binaural beats and why this frequency make you feel good, I completly understand if its not possible

    Yours faithfully

    Rich Macklin
    Custom Music Composer

  • 8. Scotty (not that Scotty)  |  November 5, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    The circumference of importance is not the surface, but the ionosphere of the earth, which varies in altitude along with the strength of the solar winds as they relate to our magnetic field, as well as from day to night sides of the planet, and north to south too. It averages around 7.83 which by the math will tell you how high the ionosphere is. If it hits the surface, at 7.481 we’re fried unless we’re hiding underground. Ionospheric conditions eat up ozone which lets UV radiation in. As the ionosphere is higher and lower in different places, the planet sings with many voices in a range of localized tones instead of a single clean tone. Hence the spread found in the resonance frequencies +/- almost 1/2 a hertz. The ionosphere, to my imagination, holds plasma at different quantized amounts of energy at different levels, corresponding to various circumferences and resulting therefore to various resonance frequencies, all of which are sort of smershed plus or minus by variations around the planet.


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