The lifeforce composes the holographic dimension of planetary field lines cycling through the biosphere eight times per second, dropping from the ionosphere current sheet, draping landscape and lifeform surfaces and incarnating the spirits of biosphere lifeforms between cycles which compose the holographic dimension of their bioelectric fields.

Bioelectric fields cycle in the same instant, in harmonics of the planetary cycle rate, on field lines of twin phase electrons which drape cells and project holograms which order the sequence of cellular processes and lifeform behaviors appropriate for development stage and ambient conditions.

Alpha waves in the human brain are between 6 and 8 hertz. The wave frequency of the human cavity resonates between 6 and 8 hertz. All biological systems operate in the same frequency range. The human brain’s alpha waves function in this range and the electrical resonance of the earth is between 6 and 8 hertz. Thus, our entire biological system – the brain and the earth itself – work on the same frequencies.

-Nikola Tesla


Neurobiological studies show that the resonance frequency of the hippocampus [15] is 7,83 Hz. NASA was interested in the earth’s “heartbeat” from early on. Professor Persinger and other reputable professors such as Dr. Ludwig declared and considered this frequency as “biological norm”….
…Astronauts who left the ionosphere and re-entered earth suffered from strong physiological conflicts [16]. Persinger recognized the problem and fixed it. He designed little generators, which transmitted the Schumann Resonances, for astronauts to carry with them and protect them [6].
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That visual cue triggers a series of reflexes that sends neural signals to the dragonfly’s four wings, which are driven by a set of direct muscles that modulate the left-wing and right-wing pitch asymmetry accordingly. With three or four wing strokes, a tumbling dragonfly can roll 180 degrees and resume flying right-side up. The entire process takes about 200 milliseconds. ScienceDaily


The temporal sensitivity and resolution of human vision varies depending on the type and characteristics of visual stimulus, and differs between individuals. The human visual system can process 10 to 12 images per second and perceive them individually, while higher rates are perceived as motion.[1].


Scientists from EPFL and the universities of Ulm and Zurich, now put forward a new model of how the brain processes unconscious information, suggesting that consciousness arises only in intervals up to 400 milliseconds, with no consciousness in between.
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The metronome-like function of the gamma rhythm has been hypothesized before, but has been largely written off because gamma rhythms change in response to sensations, Moore added. These newly discovered spiking “metronome” neurons — which spike around 40 cycles a second — do not. ScieneDaily