- The human body has two electrical systems running at once, an AC system, the strongest of which is that found in the heart, and a DC system.
- The DC systems flows through the perineural cells that surround every little bit of the human nerve system, thus reaching to every part of the body where there is a nerve (i.e. everywhere!0
- The flow, direction, strength and electromagnetic field associated with this DC field affects cell growth and regeneration, and is also closely linked to bio-cycles, hormone production, and a few other things besides.
- The human body operates as a semi-conducting liquid crystal. Even tiny trace elements of metals can SEVERELY affect the way this whole system works, both for the good and for the bad.
The body’s DC currents, and the electromagnetic fields that are associated with them, are both affected by external currents and fields, too.
Every living thing is meant to be directly plugged into - and affected by - the electromagnetic fields of the earth. In turn, the earth’s electromagnetic field is directly affected by the celestial bodies, particularly the sun and the moon.
In 1961, Robert Becker and leading psychologist Howard Friedman collaborated on a project to start exploring how the disturbances in the earth’s field caused by solar storms and flares on the sun could be affecting human mental health.
The duo compared 28,000 admissions of patients to the psychiatric wards of eight different hospitals over a period of four years, and then looked to see if there was any correlation with the 67 solar storms that had occurred over that same period of time. There was. Becker writes:
“Significantly more persons were signed in to the psychiatric services just after magnetic disturbances than when the field was stable.”
Becker and Friedman also explored how solar storms, and more particularly, cosmic rays, might be affecting patients who were already hospitalized for mental disturbances, including a group of 12 schizophrenics. Low-energy cosmic rays and known to produce strong disruptions in the earth’s field [check what field] one or two days’ later.
They found that the behavior of almost all their subjects changed at this time, in concert with big changes to the earth’s field.
In 1967, Becker and Friedman continued their experiments, and found that abnormal magnetic fields produce abnormal responses in both humans and animals.
Frank Brown at Northwestern university and Rutger Wever and the Max Planck Institute in Munich did the pioneering experiments that proved just what an enormous impact the earth’s field has on the DC system in all living creatures.
Brown’s experiments with oysters, and then later with the mud snail called Nassarius conclusively proved that the regulation of living creatures’ biocycles depended on the earth’s magnetic field - even though the earth’s magnetic field is tiny, averaging 0.17 gauss in Evanston, the town in the US where Brown undertook his experiments.
Despite the hostile reception that his work received, Brown continued his research, and found magnetically-driven bio-cycles in all the other creatures he tested, ranging from fruit flies, to mice, all the way up to human beings.
To give some idea of just how important this link is, our hormone output and the number of lymphocytes in the bloodstream vary according to the earth’s field. Another crucially important biological process that’s directly affected by this field is the time it takes a human cell to divide.
When a human cell divides, the cell’s chromosomes first appear and line up, before splitting in half. Half the chromosomes are evenly distributed to the new cell, and half remain behind. This part of the process takes a few minutes, but the duplication of all the cell’s DNA (which precedes this big ‘split’) takes a day.
To quote Becker: “All growth and repair, which depend on regulated cell division, is synchronized with the earth’s field.”
After Brown, Rutger Wever did a number of experiments using two specially-built underground isolation rooms that shielded the human volunteers participating in his study from external stimuli.
Wever found that when people could still connect to the earth’s field, their biological rhythm broadly continued around the 24 hour cycle. But when people were prevented from connecting to the earth’s field, they completely lost their circadian rhythm, throwing all their biological systems into disarray.
When Wever introduced various fields into his isolated room, he found that a tiny electric field that measured 0.025 volts per centimeter, and that was pulsed at 10 cycles per second (10 hertz) restored nearly all biocycles.
He concluded that this must be the frequency in the earth’s micropulsations that regulated the body’s biological cycles.
In the next post, we'll learn more about this 'Vibration of Creation', and how it could help to shed some light on the physical processes involved in how God actually created living creatures on the planet.