The significance of deep frequencies and ways of stabilising patients during treatment

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing, Germany
It is no secret that a series of important rhythms having a considerable influence on our regulatory systems – and hence on our health – lie in the low-frequency range. The most important frequency is probably the Schumann wave. What is this Schumann wave all about? Here I must go into a slightly lengthier explanation.
Since the work of the German physicist O. W. Schumann (1888-1978), we have known that magnetic AC fields which have an influence on humans – so-called Schumann waves – are present in nature. Thus, humans live in an electric and magnetic AC field between the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere.

Fig. 1: Cavity resonator Earth-Ionosphere
This AC field is stimulated by solar activity, storms, and the transition from day to night.
When, for example, a bolt of lightning strikes somewhere on the Earth, it is not just a local occurrence. The lightning generates impulses which travel around the whole planet, because they are reflected in this ...

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