Electrical Peak

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The planet undergoes cycles of electromagnetic activity which reach peak levels of both electrical and magnetic force pressure during certain time cycles traveling through the ecliptic. These peak cycles are related to how fast the electrons reach their spinning rotation within the planetary merkaba body that impacts either relative force. The faster the spin the more amplification of scalar waves that are projected throughout the planetary body and Ley Lines which manifest certain electromagnetic anomalies.

During the annual May alignments of Taurus, the planet undergoes what is called its Electrical Peak cycle which is generally during mid May. This is the pinnacle wave of electrical force field transmission in the annual cycle. As such, this time is the annual period of the Ascension wave during which many people will experience Kundalini activation, spiritual awakening or Expanding Consciousness as they are exposed to increased electrical activity EMF in the planet.

During annual August alignments of Leo, the planet undergoes what is called its Magnetic Peak cycle which generally transpires during the week of August 8th to August 15th, with August 12th being the pinnacle wave of magnetic force field transmission. Given the spin of the rotational axis of the planetary body as it moves through the ecliptic, the cycle reaches another peak in its cycle every 20 years and every 100 years. This means the amplification of the related force field will be multiplied exponentially.

The varying conditions in the Magnetosphere, known as space weather, are largely driven by solar activity. If the solar wind is weak, the magnetosphere expands; while if it is strong, it compresses the magnetosphere and more of it gets in. Periods of particularly intense activity, called geomagnetic storms, can occur when a coronal mass ejection erupts above the Sun and sends a shock wave through the Solar System. Such a wave can take just two days to reach the Earth. Geomagnetic storms and Geomagnetic Jerks can also cause a lot of disruption in electromagnetic activity. [1]

Schumann Resonances

The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth's electromagnetic field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth's surface and the ionosphere.<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schumann_resonances]</ref


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