The Universe is Wholly Interconnected

I am quoting here a review of literature on this topic by HeartMath of Boulder Creek, CA:

Of the many new scientific perspectives that emerged from the twentieth century, one of the most profound is that the universe is wholly interconnected. Complex living systems, such as human beings, are composed of numerous dynamic, interconnected networks of biological structures and systems that display rhythmic oscillatory behaviors. The self-regulation of normal oscillatory rhythms are a sign of health and resilience while a loss of or changes in the dynamics of the various oscillatory systems behavior are routinely used in the diagnosis of disease and dysfunction.

Every cell in our body is bathed in an external and internal environment of fluctuating invisible magnetic forces. It has become increasingly apparent that fluctuations in magnetic fields can affect virtually every circuit in a biological systems to a greater or lesser degree, depending on the particular biological system and the properties of the magnetic fluctuations. Therefore, it should not be surprising that human physiological rhythms and global behaviors are not only synchronized with solar and geomagnetic activity, but disruptions in these fields can create adverse effects on human health and behavior. Historically, many cultures believed that their collective behavior could be influenced by the sun and moon. The first scientific evidence of this belief was provided by Alexander Tchijevsky, a Russian scientist who noticed that more severe battles during WWI occurred during peak sunspot periods. He conducted a thorough study of global human history and constructed an index of Mass Human Excitability dating back to 1749 which he then compared to the solar cycles over the time period until 1926. The figure below constructed from Tchijevsky’s original data which plots the number of significant human events and the solar cycle from 1749 to 1926.

Since Tchijevsky’s pioneering work, energetic influxes from solar and geomagnetic fields have been associated with numerous aspects of human health and wellness, both positive and negative. Not only are there increases in negative behaviors during the year of solar activity maximums, the greatest levels of human flourishing also occur during these same periods.

Research shows, that the earth and the ionosphere generate a symphony of resonant frequencies that are in the same frequency range as those of the human heart and brain. New evidence suggests that SR are globally propagating waves, which provide a mechanism that explains many of the biological and behavioral effects of geomagnetic activity: on the human brain and nervous system activity, performance of athletes, memory and other tasks, synthesis of nutrients in plants and algae, incidence of depression, suicide, homicide societal conflicts, crime, traffic accidents, and mortality from heart attacks and strokes etc.

I will continue this review of the literature in another post in the near future.


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