Our brain waves share and are attuned to certain frequencies of the Schumann's resonances, the ELF signals that pulsate between the Earth's crust
PLANETARY RHYTHMS AND HUMAN HEALTH
Lewis B. Hainsworth of Western Australia seems to be the first researcher to recognise the relationship of brain-wave frequencies to the naturally
circulating rhythmic signals, known as Schumann's resonances (SR), in the space between the surface of the Earth and the ionosphere. Hainsworth
imparted this awareness to Dr Robert O. Becker, noted electromagnetics pollution expert, and to Harvard neurologists as early as 1975.
In 1977, this phenomenon--the relationship between brain-wave rhythms and the spectrum of the natural Earth ELF (extremely low frequency)
signals--became the basis for Itzhak Bentov's Stalking the Wild Pendulum (Dutton, 1977). Later research confirmed a relationship to human health and
well-being and even to ESP or psi phenomena.
Hainsworth sent up a clarion cry against hazardous EM (electromagnetic) pollution, whose dangers pale in comparison to the threat of technologies such
as HAARP [High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program], which sends violent pulsations into the Earth's ionosphere, potentially disrupting the
entire electromagnetic shield of the planet and certainly affecting the whole biosphere and thus human welfare in general.
Some research has suggested that the frequency of the basic Schumann's resonance has recently been rising in value, possibly threatening the whole
biosphere, human welfare and our evolutionary future. All biological processes are a function of electromagnetic field interactions. EM fields are the
connecting link between the world of form and resonant patterns. They store gestalts or patterns of information. The bridge connecting solar system
resonances and brain frequencies resides in our human DNA helix, which co-evolved in the Earth's environment.
Electrical engineer Lewis B. Hainsworth, MA, was among the first to suggest that human health is linked with geophysical parameters by way of the
naturally occurring Schumann's ELF. His hypothesis identified naturally occurring features which determine the frequency spectrum of human brain-wave
The frequencies of naturally occurring electromagnetic signals, circulating in the electrically resonant cavity bounded by the Earth and the
ionosphere, have governed or determined the 'evolution' or development of the frequencies of operation of the principal human brain-wave signals. In
particular, the alpha rhythm is so placed that it can in no circumstances suffer an extensive interference from naturally occurring signals.