Our planet is becoming increasingly blanketed in electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by consumer and industrial technologies. Into this invisible fog will soon be added microwave internet signals from thousands of satellites in low orbit. A significant percentage of the world’s population is already exhibiting a wide range of associated biological and psychological disorders. Individuals seeking to minimise exposure, for reasons of precaution or health, are increasingly compelled to distance themselves from mainstream society, or otherwise limit lifestyle choices.
Prompted by this dilemma, and mounting public concern, hundreds of “EMR protection” products are pouring onto the retail marketplace. Most commonly encountered are foil stickers, patches or passive shields applied to mobile phones. These questionably rely upon blocking part of the call signal, which generally defeats the intended purpose by automatically triggering a stronger transmission.
Additional to this is a different category of device that does not attempt to fend off EMR directly. Instead, it claims to envelop the user within a cocoon of immunising “natural” energies. At face value this seems to be a clever solution. However, most popular embodiments are of miniature size, and therefore by necessity contain a small battery. This results in an output so weak as to be virtually undetectable by conventional means. While some manufacturers proffer supportive lab tests, these might just as reasonably indicate a placebo effect. Another drawback is the high retail price, compared to what is delivered in terms of actual parts and circuitry.
Principle of Operation
Active devices, as described above, normally contain two functional building blocks. One is an emitter coil, usually of the non-inductive variety purported to be more bioactive. This is powered by a electronic generator of energy patterns characteristic of a non-electropolluted environment. Most popular are the Schumann resonances (SR’s). These are wave perturbations, stimulated by lightning activity, that resonate continuously within the Earth-ionosphere cavity. The latter’s physical limits yield a set of five relatively stable frequencies in the vicinity of 7.8, 14.1, 20.3, 26.4 and 32.5 cycles per second (Hz). By accident or grand design, this spectrum coincides exactly with human brainwave activity, thereby suggesting a silent inroad for neural participation. Although not the focus of this article, parameters of frequency and waveform can be user-defined to selectively evoke a wide range of subjective responses.
Given that all life evolved the presence of the SR’s, it is not surprising that scientists attribute to them a general tonifying effect. Unfortunately, in most populated areas they are now obscured from organic reception by an overlay of far stronger signals from phone, radio, TV and other wireless sources.
Our present methodology is directed toward to reintroducing life-supportive influences as a local countermeasure. The emitted field must be of sufficient intensity to enable the body to recognise an intrinsic affinity, and respond by deprioritising absorption of random stimuli. The DIY project described below is intended to achieve this more effectively, and at far less cost, than commercial offerings. It relies upon a pocket digital radio with an SD memory card slot and selectable “loop” play. These are sold for under $20 at discount stores and online auction websites.
With the radio switched off, and unplugged from any external power source, unscrew its back cover to expose the internal components. Unsolder the speaker from its two flexible wire leads and remove it. This item would be useful for our Subtle Anatomy project.
Purchase about 4-6 metres of 24-28 AWG enamel coated wire from a motor rewind shop or electronic parts supplier. Fold it in half, sliding the looped end over a hook in the wall. The opposite loose ends are wrapped in a few turns of masking tape and inserted into the chuck of a variable speed electric drill. Face the wall and back away until the wires are taut and felt to stretch slightly. Rotate the drill clockwise at a slow even speed to intertwine the wires counterclockwise. As their overall length thereby shortens, walk slowly toward the wall to maintain a steady tension and prevent breakage. Stop twisting when the wire crossovers lie at about a 45 degree angle.
Remove the completed strand from the drill and wall. Tape the looped end to a rectangle former cut from the lid of an inexpensive polyethylene food container, or similar. Wind the remainder counterclockwise by hand to create a series of tightly spaced single layers. Stop when the loaded former is estimated to be sufficient in size to fill most of the space vacated by the speaker.
Cut any excess length off the two loose wires. Sand about 10mm of the clear enamel coating off their ends. Solder one to the positive speaker lead. To prevent overloading the radio’s output stage, the electrical resistance previously offered by the speaker must now be replaced. Solder a 12 ohm 1 watt carbon resistor in series between the remaining wire of the coil and negative speaker lead. During operation at full volume, neither the resistor nor coil should become warm or hot.
Fasten the completed and wired coil into the speaker cavity with double sided tap or hot melt glue. To prevent shorts, insert a piece of thick mylar film or cardstock between the coil and any active circuitry of the radio it may contact.
Unlike manufactured devices, a custom library can be loaded onto the memory card for selective play. A few sample tracks are available from the publisher upon email request.
Apart from Schumann resonances, any type of undisturbed “Earth energy” is worth investigating. These can take the form of nature recordings, or line level signals generated in the free audio editing software Audacity. In all cases, remember to slow any deterministic frequency content by half. This compensates for the doubling effect of the radio’s bipolar output upon current cancellation within the bifilar coil. Detail on these techniques is provided on the MP3 ELF Entrainment page.
In our experience, this type of low cost radio does not filter out sub-audio content. Hence, subject to verification in each case, the addition of an audio carrier to ensure a viable output signal is unnecessary.
To assist with initial experimentation, below is a downloadable 24 minute segment of actual SR’s recorded at a university monitoring station in the USA. This is a next-best option to visiting a remote area and absorbing the Earth’s “message” in real time, firsthand.
Depending upon the radio’s original design, either amplitude or pulse modulation will be applied to the coil. While this is essentially a simulation of natural wave forms, it still imparts the signal’s intended active component. Field strength is logically determined by the radio’s volume control. At full power, effective range is within about two metres of airspace. Placing it near one’s person and reducing the volume will result in proportionately longer battery life. For extended play in stationary applications, most portable radios incorporate a socket to accept a compatible DC power supply.
Although this type of modality is best described as “psychosomatic”, one can certainly learn to feel its presence. Operate the device for a period of time, turn it off, and try to sense what is energetically missing. Otherwise, if the signal in play contains audible frequencies, plug in headphones to monitor its progress and set volume. This can also function as sensory reinforcement. Different stimuli will appeal to different people. In the event of unwanted effects, discontinue operation. Be aware that persons in close proximity may also be affected. Do not use during or before activities that require situational awareness for reasons of safety, e.g. driving, cooking, sport, etc.
Keywords: Schumann resonances, Schumann monitoring station, Earth-ionosphere cavity oscillation, Earth Layers, Electropollution, Electrosmog, Harmful electromagnetic radiation, Pocket digital MP3 radio, Environmental Health Trust