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Originally posted by MagicaRose
I'm probably about your age and yes, I have been feeling like that for about a month now.
I have this overwhelming feeling that I can't explain.
It's like I'm getting too much information and trying to sort it all out.
Sometimes I will just listened to my stereo and play music that goes back to the 60's and seventys and that seems to calm me for some reason.
It's like it takes me back in time.
A time that was calmer, peaceful and happier.
I have this feeling of dread , like something is about to happen, major, and I don't know what it is.
Originally posted by worldwatcher
Twenty- thirty years ago, children developed much more slowly than they now, not only in the physical, but in the emotional and pyschological. Twenty years ago, infants would barely open their eyes in their first month or two, as they developed, today babies are born with a strange and fascinating alertness and awareness that out rivals what we experienced in the past. Puberty seems to start alot sooner in this present time than it did about twenty years ago and the urge to start and live life as their own person is happening earlier too.
Concern has been expressed that an early onset of sexual development among girls could be related to the current epidemic of childhood obesity and its associated comorbidity at these ages.1 However, the median (mean) age at menarche for all US girls has not changed significantly in 30 years with a shift of only 4 months in that period. Only 10% of all US girls, regardless of race, start to menstruate before 11 years of age. Girls in the United States are not gaining reproductive potential earlier than in the immediate past in regard to their menstrual status. Non-Hispanic black girls, however, exhibit a 5.5-month earlier age at menarche than 30 years ago, and they do have an earlier age at onset in their Tanner stages20 as well. There are no suitable comparative data for Mexican American girls from previous decades, so it is not possible to make an assessment if menarche in these girls is earlier or later than in the past.
Theres alot of information available on frequency harmonics, and experiencing time lapse with various vibrations in specific Khz. It is said, by adjusting the frequency a person is perceiving can alter time and perspective. As I understand it, frequency harmonics are even used is the medical field to treat psychological problems.
Anyway, It is said (I haven't verified it personally) that the renosant frequency of the Earth has been rising. For the last recorded century, the renosant frequency of the Earth was always 7.8 Hz. This is why the military based radio communications on 7.8 Hz. In recent years, the Renosant Frequency of the Earth has been recorded to peak over 11 Hz. Thats 3.2 Hz Higher than normal.
Can this frequency jump in the Earth's vibrations be partially responsible for the speeding of time?