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 [sbagen] Earth layer / brain wave freq correspondence, from Calleman From: Jim Peters - 2009-11-30 08:12:20 Reading Carl Johan Calleman's books recently, he has made a connection between brain-wave frequencies and the radius of the earth, and the various distinct layers inside and outside the earth. It takes about 0.133s for light/radio waves to travel around the circumference of the earth (e.g. the equator). This gives a standing wave frequency of about 7.5Hz. Calculating this frequency at different radii related to the earth, we get: Magnetopause: 0.8Hz Outer Van Allen belt: 2Hz Inner Van Allen belt: 4Hz Surface of earth: 7.5Hz Outer core: 13.5Hz Inner core: 40Hz It is interesting how these correspond to brain wave frequencies. So alpha waves resonate with the area from the surface down to the outer core. Beta is outer core to inner core. Theta is earth out to the inner van allen belt, and so on. These correspondences are very interesting. This means we are resonating with the inner core of the earth only at very high (gamma) brain frequencies. Sometimes when I am concentrating very hard, I get a 'noise' in my head like "ping-ping-ping-ping...", like a metallic resonance, when my brain is really in overdrive (e.g. if I am under very great pressure to work). I wonder whether this is like a 'ringing' sound, like when you hit a metal object and it rings, like resonating with the big iron crystal that is supposed to be in the centre of the earth. So, intense focussed concentration resonates with very dense objects (earth core), and relaxation/sleep resonates with large and low-density objects (van allen belts/magnetopause). Every day we cycle between the magnetopause and the inner core of the earth. (This is a little like what I was suggesting in the theory2.txt file.) I wonder what the implications could be of this? Jim P.S. In some way this is backwards to me, because I associate very low brain-wave frequency with body-centred awareness, i.e. shifting the point of attention down to the belly. I associate higher brain wave frequency with head-centred awareness, i.e. upwards movement. But according to these ideas, low frequency resonates with stuff which is 'up there', i.e. van allen belts/whatever, and higher frequency resonates with stuff which is down under our feet. I have to imagine myself standing on my head to make this seem right. -- Jim Peters (_)/=\~/_(_) jim@... (_) /=\ ~/_ (_) Uazú (_) /=\ ~/_ (_) http:// London, UK (_) ____ /=\ ____ ~/_ ____ (_) uazu.net