Published on 18 March 2019
- DO CLAIR CHATTER AND NOOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE HAVE TO DO WITH DISTURBANCE IN EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE AND IONOSPHERE?
- ‘EQUINOX CRACKS’ THAT OCCUR AT SPRING AND AUTUMN EQUINOXES
- ELECTRICITY AND THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM
- MAGNETISM AND THE SENSATION OF PAIN IN HUMAN BEINGS
- MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY IN EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE AND IONOSPHERE
- WE ARE EARTH’S CHILDREN: OUR NERVOUS SYSTEMS DANCE TO HER TUNE
- MORE INFORMATION
DO CLAIR CHATTER AND NOOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE HAVE TO DO WITH DISTURBANCE IN EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE AND IONOSPHERE?
The last few days were quite a weekend for noospheric unrest and clair chatter. On Friday night I hardly slept for the odd things happening in my personal electromagnetic field. I got a telephone alert from “Space Weather” … www.spaceweather.com … at about midnight on Friday night, 16 March 2019. It did not wake me up, as I had not been able to get to sleep for the psychic commotion. That naturally gave rise to the question: Do clair chatter and noospheric disturbance have to do with disturbance in Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere?
The “Space Weather” report was to do with a Kp Index of 5 …
Image: “Estimated Planetary K Index (3 hour data), Being: 16 March 2019 000 UTC,” by NOAA/SWPC Boulder, CO USA, public domain
Image: “Estimated Planetary K Index (3 hour data), Begin: 16 March 2019 000 UTC,” by NOAA/SWPC Boulder, CO USA, public domain
‘EQUINOX CRACKS’ THAT OCCUR AT SPRING AND AUTUMN EQUINOXES
A planetary K index of 5 is not such a big magnitude … Theoretically, it only affects people in the northernmost fringe of the United States …
Image: “This map shows the midnight equatorward boundary of the aurora phenomena at different levels of geomagnetic activity. A Kp=3 represents very low geomagnetic activity, while a Kp=9 represents a very high level,” by NOAA/SWPC, Boulder, Colorado, USA – http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/Aurora/index.html#kpmaps … Created: 28 October 2011 … File:Aurora_Kp_Map_North_America.gif from Wikipedia … public domain
Image: “This map shows the midnight equatorward boundary of the aurora phenomena at different levels of geomagnetic activity. A Kp=3 represents very low geomagnetic activity, while a Kp=9 represents a very high level,” by NOAA/SWPC, Boulder, Colorado, http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/Aurora/index.html#kpmaps … Created: 28 October 2011 … File:Aurora_Kp_Map_North_America.gif from Wikipedia … public domain –
Yet, the noospheric and electromagnetic carrying on continued through Sunday. Why? The answer appeared in an article on the “Space Weather” website today. Apparently, an anticipated G1 geostorm was accompanied by a crack in Earth’s magnetic field. And gosh, was it a doozy …
Image: “Post Apocalypse, Maybe? 😉 ” by Markus Varik, 16 March 2019, Tromso, Norway … http://0e33611cb8e6da737d5c-e13b5a910e105e07f9070866adaae10b.r15.cf1.rackcdn.com/Markus-Varik-Greenlander.no-3707_1552786701_lg.jpg ..
As you may know, the 2019 Spring Equinox is this Wednesday, 20 March 2019. According to the “Space Weather” article, these types of geocracks are characteristic of the Spring and Autumn equinoxes; thus the term ‘equinox cracks’.
ELECTRICITY AND THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM
Now, back to the question whether chaotic clair chatter and noospheric disturbance have to do with turmoil in Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere …
As you may know, the nervous systems of human beings have electric and magnetic properties. Nervous system messages are communicated via electricity within the body …
Link: “How the Body Uses Electricity: Electricity is everywhere, even in the human body. Our cells are specialized to conduct electrical currents. Electricity is required for the nervous system to send signals throughout the body and to the brain, making it possible for us to move, think and feel.,” by Amber Plante, in Graduate Student Association, at University of Maryland Graduate School … https://www.graduate.umaryland.edu/gsa/gazette/February-2016/How-the-human-body-uses-electricity/ ..
MAGNETISM AND THE SENSATION OF PAIN IN HUMAN BEINGS
From what I can tell, a static magnetic field may damp down nervous system signals …
A research article has been done that shows strong static magnetic fields … 1200-G … make the striate cortex … the visual impulse … of cats less excitable …
Link: “Magnetic Field Influence on Central Nervous System Function,” by AD Rosen and J. Lubowsky, in “Experimental Neurology,” 1987 Mar;95(3):679-87. Abstract … https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3817086 ..
A nerve dampening effect putatively exerted by strong static magnetic fields may account for alternative medical claims that magnetic bracelets and anklets damp down arthritic pain (as pain is sensed through nerve impulses) …
Link: “The Effect of Magnetism on the Nervous System,” in “Magnetic Therapy Bracelets” … http://www.magnetic-therapy-bracelets.com/effect-of-magnetism-on-nervous-system.html ..
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health Care at the National Institutes of Health, has, as yet, insufficient evidence for the widely held popular belief that magnets reduce osteoarthritic pain, but it has found that electromagnetic mats can do so, to some extent. It has also found them effective in the treatment of migraines …
Link: “Magnets for Pain,” by National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health Care, NIH … https://nccih.nih.gov/Health/magnets-for-pain ..
So then, broadly speaking, I gather that the electric force facilitates nervous system messages, and that static electromagnetic fields have a pain-dampening, and perhaps also a nervous system message-dampening effect.
MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY IN EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE AND IONOSPHERE
Earth’s magnetosphere has magnetic properties, and the ionosphere beneath it has electric and dynamic magnetic properties. According to Wikipedia …
“The magnetosphere is the region above the ionosphere that is defined by the extent of the Earth’s magnetic field in space. It extends several tens of thousands of kilometers into space, protecting the Earth from the charged particles of the solar wind and cosmic rays that would otherwise strip away the upper atmosphere, including the ozone layer that protects the Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation.
“Electric currents induced in the ionosphere generate magnetic fields (ionospheric dynamo region). Such a field is always generated near where the atmosphere is closest to the Sun, causing daily alterations that can deflect surface magnetic fields by as much as one degree.” –from “Earth’s Magnetic Field,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth%27s_magnetic_field ..
Then there is the question of the effect of geomagnetic storms upon Earth’s magnetosphere. According to Wikipedia …
“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 can cause a lot of disruption; the “Halloween” storm of 2003 damaged more than a third of NASA’s satellites. The largest documented storm occurred in 1859. It induced currents strong enough to short out telegraph lines, and aurorae were reported as far south as Hawaii.” –from “Earth’s Magnetic Field,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth%27s_magnetic_field ..
WE ARE EARTH’S CHILDREN: OUR NERVOUS SYSTEMS DANCE TO HER TUNE
We humankind are Earth’s children. Our nervous systems dance to the tune of her magnetosphere and ionosphere. When the latter are dynamically in motion, then so are our own nervous systems, which depend upon the energies of magnetism and electricity.
It is clear from Markus Varik’s above-reference image of the 16 March 2019 equinox crack, that geostorms make the magnetosphere and the ionosphere more chaotically dynamic … less static.
During geostorms, we can anticipate more nervous system excitability (as evidenced by findings in the “Experimental Neurology” article referenced above).
Then, because the ionosphere and the magnetosphere will become less static … more dynamic … during geostorms, we can anticipate more feelings of physical pain … and possibly also emotional pain … during geostorms.
If the pain dampening response to static electromagnetic mats alluded to by the NIH webpage might infer a wider nervous system dampening response, then the non-static nature of geostorms might support temporary excitement of the nervous system, including, possibly, temporary excitement of clair perception.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
Link: “Tips on Viewing the Aurora,” at SWPC/NOAA … https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/content/tips-viewing-aurora ..
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