All can remember the horror we felt the morning of 9-11, 2001, but few know about incredible lessons that came to light soon after that fateful day. As you may know geostationary operational satellites (GOES) monitor the Earth’s magnetic-field strength in readings broadcast every thirty minutes.
On September 11, 2001, from a location of about 22,300 miles above the equator, GOES-8 detected a surge followed by an upward trend that topped out at nearly 50 units (nanoteslas) higher than any reading typical for the same time previously. The GOES-10 also showed a powerful spike of the Earth’s magnetic field strength. The time was 9 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, 15 minutes after the first plane hit the World Trade Center and about 15 minutes before the second impact.
The correlation between the events and the magnetic field readings was undeniable. Because of this data two questions cried out for answers: Were these magnetic field readings actually related to the attacks? And if they were what was the link. Studies by Princeton University and the Institute of HeartMath have found the correlation between these two events is more than a coincidence. Further research showed similar magnetic field spikes during events of global focus in the past such as the death of Princess Diana. The factor that seemed to connect the readings was the power of the human heart.
These incredible lessons showed us that heart-based emotions of the world’s population is capable of affecting our Earth’s magnetic field. Those fields are now linked to everything from the stability of the climate to the peace between nations.
Two new discoveries now give greater meaning to what the satelites showed us on September 11, 2001. First, the heart generates the strongest magnetic field in the body, 5,000 times stronger than the brain. It creates a doughnut shaped pattern that extends five to eight feet from our bodies. It is thought to be much larger (miles), but our measurements are limited by our equipment. Second, Layers of the Earth’s atmosphere along with the Earth itself generate a “symphony of frequencies (between .01 and 300 hertz) some of which overlap the frequencies generated by the heart and brain.
In the words of The Institute of HeartMath researchers, “Regulating emotions is the next frontier in human evolution.” For more information read Gregg Braden’s excellent book, Fractal Time. These Incredible lessons have opened the door to a new era of understanding our relationship with the Earth.
For now, this is Earlynn’s Just Sayin’