Resonance Co.wei 19

The resonance effect in the earth-air-ionosphere system is known as the Schumann Resonance. It is also known as a transverse-magnetic wave and it has been found that these waves vibrate at the same frequency as the hypothalamic brain waves in humans and all mammals, that is, at 7.8 Hz (cycles per second). While the rhythm of the "pulse" of the earth is rising, reaching 36 HZ; the strength of its magnetic field has lost up to half its intensity in the last 4000 years, causing alterations to the planet, and to all living beings that inhabit it. The acceleration of the earth's magnetic field is changing its vibratory frequency, which produces changes in our own frequencies that seek to adapt to a new tuning.


HEADPHONES NEEDED TO LISTEN due to the low intensity of the Schumann waves.

Time is the element of narration, as it is also the element of life; it is inextricably linked to it, as to bodies in space. Time is also an element of music, which as such measures and structures time, making it something precious that becomes very brief to us, in what, as has already been said, resembles narration, which also ( and unlike the plastic work, which becomes immediately apparent and is only linked to time insofar as it is a body) it is nothing more than a succession of elements in time, since it is impossible to present it in any other way, than to It is in the form of development and needs to resort to time, even if it tried to be complete and closed at every moment.

Hans Castorp

The Magic Mountain, Thomas Mann

El tiempo es el elemento de la narración, como también es el elemento de la vida; está indisolublemente unido a ella, como a los cuerpos en el espacio. El tiempo es también un elemento de la música, que como tal mide y estructura el tiempo, lo convierte en algo precioso que se nos hace muy breve, en lo que, como ya se ha dicho, se asemeja a a la narración, que igualmente (y a diferencia de la obra plástica, que se hace patente de una manera inmediata y sólo está unida al tiempo en tanto que es un cuerpo) no es más que una sucesión de elementos en el tiempo, pues es imposible presentarla de otro modo, que no sea en forma de desarrollo y necesita recurrir al tiempo, incluso aunque intentase estar completa y cerrada en cada instante.

Hans Castorp

La Montaña Mágica, Thomas Mann

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A Chess of One's Own


Yet it is in our idleness, in our dreams, that the submerged truth sometimes comes to the top.

Sin embargo, es en nuestra ociosidad, en nuestros sueños, que la verdad sumergida a veces llega a la cima.


Virginia Wolf. A Room of One's Own



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