How to Read the TSU Schumann Resonance (SR) Chart

I’ve had several requests asking how to read the Schumann Resonance (SR) chart I’ve been posting. I use the SR monitoring at the Space Observing System at Tomsk Science University, located in Siberia. Let me first note that the following suggestions are not any official guidelines from the SOS, but are my personal observations and practices, having read these charts for several years.

The SR website is:

SR AND HUMAN BRAINWAVES: Here’s the cool part: These Schumann Resonance ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) waves in the Earth’s magnetic field just happen to OVERLAP with the electrical patterns (“brain waves”) observed across the cortex of the human brain. Studies have shown that SR frequencies have particular effects on the human brain and nervous system, the cardiovascular system, the autonomous nervous system, circadian rhythms, immune function, DNA, and more. The fundamental Schuman Resonance, 7.83 Hz, corresponds to the high theta of the human brainwave range.

Human brainwaves and SR correspondences:

Delta: 0 Hz to 4 Hz corresponds with SR 4.11 Hz

Theta: 4 Hz to 8 Hz corresponds with SR 4.11 Hz, SR 7.83 Hz

Alpha: 8 Hz to 12 Hz corresponds with SR 7.83 Hz

Beta: 12 Hz to 30 Hz* corresponds with SR 14 Hz, 20 Hz, 26 Hz

Gamma: 30 Hz to 100 Hz corresponds with SR 33 Hz, 39 Hz, 45 Hz, 59 Hz

*There are differing opinions among authorities as to the demarcation between upper limit of beta and onset of gamma brainwaves. Some cite 25 Hz, others 40 Hz. Most seem to cite 30 Hz. Just know that upper value is a bit fluid.

Look how much the red (evil vibe) has dropped since the start of the RNC tonight. Almost got this figured out.



h/t JADR


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