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The links below are for informational uses only. They are to increase the public's knowledge about Schumanns discovery and where we are as a people headed in today's life surrouned by ENERGY!! EMP
Research has be confirmed it takes the body 90 to 120 days to respond to any change of health products for restoration at the cellular level. The same is with any health breakthrough discoveries. Wearing the frequency products can take time for some things to respond, days, weeks even months.. These bracelets/technology do
not cure or treat any diseases. They helps the body respond naturally to heal it's self with out EMP interference.
Ancient Waves Bracelets
Just as a tuning fork has natural frequencies for sound, the planet Earth has natural frequencies, called Schumann resonances which he discovered in the 1950's. Schumann resonance is due to the space between the surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere acting as a wave guide. The dimensions of the Earth cause this wave guide to act as a resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves in the ELF band. The cavity is naturally excited by energy from lightning strikes. The lowest-frequency (and highest-intensity) mode of the Schumann resonance is at a frequency of approximately 7.83 Hz.
Since the electronic boom from the 1960's to date, the EMF has caused the earth & ionosphere to rise above the Schumann resonance, in some cases double. Major causes are cell phone, satellites, micro-wave, power lines and many other electronic devices. We did not need this technology (embedding technology) back before the 1960's. This breakthrough technology is physically tuning/grounding people/animals back to approximately 7.83 Hz. The jewelry is like a tuning fork for the body.
Since this discovery, NASA and this knowledge now can go and stay longer in space, and just this past year announced that they will live at the space station for a year.