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Intro to Earth Energies

Intro to Earth Energies

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Published by Breckenwood
An introduction to the invisible energy fields in and around the Earth
An introduction to the invisible energy fields in and around the Earth

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Published by: Breckenwood on Nov 09, 2010
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What are Earth Energies? According to the dictionary Earth is theplanet or world we live on, ground, soil, or to connect electricallywith earth.Energy is vigour, force, activity, source(s) of power. Energy exists aspotential or kinetic and is measured in various units, such as ergs, joules, or foot-pounds. In Newtonian science the first law of  Thermodynamics states that energy is never created or destroyedbut is only transferred or transformed.Energy may take various forms - sound, chemical, and electricalenergy, for example. One whole range of related forms is known asradiant energy or electro-magnetic radiation. Together they makeup the electro-magnetic spectrum, whose various radiations arecharacterised by particular ranges of wavelengths and frequencies.In a vacuum, all forms of electromagnetic radiation travel at thesame constant velocity - called the speed of light. In othertransparent mediums, they travel more slowly, the velocitydepending on the wavelength of the radiation and, generally, on thedensity of the medium. The speed of light in air is nearly the sameas its speed in a vacuum and for practical purposes they areregarded as being identical - the experimentally measured valuebeing 299,792 kilometres per second. In other mediums, differentwavelengths travel at slightly different velocities, the longer thewavelength, the faster the radiation travels. So in the case of visiblelight, red light travels faster than blue light in any particulartransparent medium.At the long-wavelength, low frequency end of the spectrum areradio waves, incorporating long wave, medium wave, short wave,VHF and UHF. These are followed by microwaves and infraredradiation. Then comes visible light and ultraviolet radiation, and theshortest wavelengths comprise X rays and gamma rays. Apart fromlight, all are invisible to the human eye, although many can bedetected by electronic devices and special types of photographicfilm .
Intro to Earth EnergiesC.Elliott 2002
 
Waves of the electro-magnetic spectrum are measured bywavelength - in metres or angstroms, or frequency ( in Hertz).Waves of 8Hz are abundant in nature and waves of 19Hz to 25Hzare acceptable for healthy cell resonance in humans. Any wave witha frequency above 33.6Hz is considered unhealthy for the humanbody, and in toxic amounts may lead to physical disorders such asarthritis and even cancer.Our current power supply (electricity) has a frequency of 50Hz. Therefore extended or long term exposure to any electrical itemsuch as computers, TV, clock radio etc are harmful to human health.As well as man made power such as electricity there also existsnaturally occurring harmful waves such as the Hartmann waves -34Hz and the Curry Grid waves - 55Hz.The Hartmann waves come to us from above the earths surface andthe Curry grid is from below ground.
The Hartmann Grid
- cosmic energy from above
line width varies from 15cm to 60cm at full moon and prior toearthquake and volcanic activity.
every line alternates positive and negative with a polarity switchevery six hours parallel to the tides.
distance between the lines is 2m plus.
orientation is magnetic north with a change of 1 degree every 30years
there is a yearly shift of approximately 1 metre along the NW-SEline between summer and winter solstice.Effects of over exposure can include stress, depletion of vitality andimmune system, lack of purpose and/or progress which may resultin relationship problems and job problems as well as general clutter.
Intro to Earth EnergiesC.Elliott 2002

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