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What Is Magnetism and Does It Relate to Gravity?

Updated on January 29, 2015

What is gravity?

Sometimes it feels like we are still in the dark ages. The time when we thought the Earth was flat.

Scientists say Mother Earth is a giant magnet upon which humans evolved. The magnetic field of the Earth is a protective barrier against dangerous radiation from space. The natural environment we live in includes magnetic energy. Heinrich Rudolf Hertz is given credit for proving the existence of electromagnetic waves. One cycle per second is called Hertz and abbreviate HZ. German scientist Winfried Schumann is given credit for his research where he says the earth is resonating at 7.8 hertz and is very similar to the rhythms of human brainwaves.

Schumann resonances

Early astronauts physical condition was affected when they spent much time in outer space. Scientists created a magnetic pulse generator that mimicked the Earth’s frequency and installed them in all of the space shuttles. Schumann resonances were named after the German physicist Winfried Schumann who first discovered them in 1952. The problem went away.

Some recent research suggests we need to spend more time with our bodies closer to the earth and it’s magnetism in order to stay healthy. This biological frequency that Schumann discovered is responsible for much of our condition in life. If we can’t spend time with the earth maybe we can spend more time with magnets that are resonating at the same hertz as the earth.

Anti-Gravity with sound

A film was made in the Himalayas in the 1930s showing a group of Tibetan monks, who with the use of ordinary Tibetan musical instruments, would gather into a pie-shape configuration and direct their playing towards a huge boulder that was located on the ground roughly one hundred fifty feet away and at the base of sheer rising mountain wall. About three minutes after the 'concert' began, the boulder began to vibrate and lift off the ground. A moment later, it shot up about 150 feet into the air and landed on a ledge above it, where other monks were using the boulders to seal the entrance of meditation enclaves that they had cut into the sides of the mountain.


Say what? A boulder lifted into the air – that’s anti-gravity!

Done with waves of sound? Well we now know waves are important. We have all kinds of waves out there we are just barely getting in touch with.


Meanwhile much research has been done on magnetism. Earth is packed with molten rocks rich in magnetic materials like iron. The magnetic field of the Earth goes out into space and is called the magnetosphere of the Earth. This magnetic field can affect lots of different things. The Northern lights is one example.

Gauss is a unit of measurement that indicates the strength of a magnetic field. The higher the gauss number, the stronger the magnetic field and the greater distance the field extends outward from the surface of the magnet. The magnetic field magnitude measured at the surface of the Earth is about half a Gauss. The magnitude varies over the surface of the Earth in the range 0.3 to 0.6 Gauss.

We have measured the magnetic field of the moon and according to the scientists the moon has very little magnetism. Isn’t it interesting to you that there is very little gravity on the moon as well?

The physicists say we don’t know what gravity is, but we can measure it and use it. What am I missing here?

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