Vibration, frequencies and us

Anything that is matter whether visible or invisible to the human eye, vibrate in a certain frequency because it is energy. When the vibrational state is slow, the energy appears dense and tends to solidify.

However, if we look at a solid under an electron microscope we can see that it always vibrates with energy; it would not exist if it did not vibrate. An increase in the speed of vibration corresponds to a decrease in the density of energy, as in the case of ice which becomes water and water becomes vapor that is not visible. The heat has determined an increase in the vibrational speed and the ice has liquefied; the further elevation of the heat, and therefore of the vibrational speed, has made the water even less solid, transforming it into steam.

This principle applies to every solid substance. For example, even the metal melts when it is subjected to high temperatures due to the change in its vibrational state.

An increase in the vibrational state corresponds to an increase in temperature. The Earth is also modifying its upward vibrations, and in some scientist opinion the rise in temperature could be one of the visible signs.

Scientists have identified this
phenomenon as early as 1991.

Today Earth’s climate is strongly altered and this is attributed to “global warming”.

Many scientific currents focus their attention on the fact that the phenomenon is caused by industrial pollution. The pollutants, which certainly don’t do well to the ecosystem, are not the only cause of the increase in temperatures. Another important aspect is the increase in the vibrational frequency of the planetary energy field which is increasing exponentially. This is the sound frequency of the Earth that is increasing with a lot of speed.

It is the basic sound frequency known as the Schumann Cavity Resonance, which was identified as early as 1899. From the time of its discovery to 1940 this frequency remained unchanged at about 7.8 hertz or 7 cycles per second. The beginning of its rise took place in 1986-87 and at the beginning of 1996 it had reached 8.6 hertz. Currently, according to more recent estimates, the value of Schumann cavity resonance would have already exceeded 10 hertz and would continue to increase further.

Unfortunately this is not everything!

The increase in Schumann cavity resonance is “accompanied” by another phenomenon: the decrease of the Earth’s magnetic field. The intensity of the magnetic field density is proportional to the rotation speed of the planet.

A long time ago, about two thousand years ago, the intensity of the Earth’s magnetic field reached its maximum intensity, but since then this intensity has always diminished, as the Earth decreased its rotation speed. Currently the Earth’s magnetic field has fallen by 50 percent compared to that of 1,500 years ago. To make the idea, a bit like the mechanism that regulates the seasons, but much more complicated and powerful.

According to geologist Gregg Braden, the Maya believed that the peak of transformation could be reached in 2012, when the magnetic resonance could touch 13 cycles per second and its magnetic field could even settle around zero.
According to Gregg Braden, the “Zero Point” will be associated with the almost total decrease of the magnetic field.

With these parameters so low the Earth could stop rotating. Despite this, the gravity of the planet would not disappear as it is governed by other laws, not by its rotation. It would not be the first time since such a thing seems to have been revealed for 14 times in the last 4.5 million years. The last time the phenomenon began was between 11 thousand and 13 thousand years ago, an era that many experts associate with the end of Atlantis and the beginning of reconstruction after the great cataclysm occurred after 10500 BC.

From ice analysis in Greenland and in the polar areas it emerges that probably the Earth’s axis has moved recently, about 3,500-3,600 years ago. Whenever the intensity of the magnetic field of our planet is diminished, a phenomenon that today we can experience in first person, a shift of the poles, that is the inversion of the north and the magnetic south, is corresponded.

Gregg Braden claims that for a few days the Earth will stop rotating and then start doing it in the opposite direction. If the planet temporarily stops rotating it will have one half lit and the other half in the dark, and this phenomenon is described thousands of years ago by the ancients. This process can be observed in an iron bar when the flow of electricity that passes through it is reversed.

When the Earth starts to rotate in the opposite direction it will change its electrical flow, and then the poles will be inverted.


Earth’s basic background frequency or heartbeat (called Shumann or SR resonance) is increasing dramatically. Although there are variations between geographical regions, for decades the overall measurement was 7.8 cycles per second. Once it was believed that it was constant; global military communication developed on this frequency.
Recent reports show a rate of over 11 cycles. Science does not know why or know what to do with it.


As the rate of the Earth’s pulse is increasing, the strength of its magnetic field is decreasing. According to Professor Bannerjee of the University of New Mexico, the field has lost up to half its intensity in the last 4000 years; furthermore, due to a precursor of magnetic polar inversions in this field force, Professor Bannerjee believes that another inversion must occur. Braden is convinced that these cyclical changes are associated with inversions and in the geological memory of the earth relative to magnetic inversions, previous changes are detected. Furthermore, in the vast time scale taken into consideration, there were several of them.

What is the Schuman frequency?

The Schuman Frequency (FS), takes its name from its discoverer, the one who first discovered it and measured it. Like everything in the universe, even our planet, Mother Earth, is composed of Energy, indeed like everything, Mother Earth is Energy, which vibrates according to a particular frequency. These frequencies are known to us by the name of Hertz, which are nothing more than the number of vibratory cycles that any thing develops every second.

Let us now make a little degression, on our human body, and on its components. Perhaps, not all of you know that our body is very similar as a constitution to that of our planet.
Mother Earth is composed of 75% of water, so our body, within Mother Earth there are a large amount of metals in various proportions, so even our body could go on to list a lot of components we have in common, but it would take too much to list them all.

The same is true from an energetic point of view, Mother Earth has her system of Chakras, of energy meridians, Thin Bodies that make up the Aura, etc. Exactly like us. The ancient civilizations and cultures, teach us that if mankind wants to live well at all levels it must live in symbiosis with our planet.

Unfortunately in the last 2000 years
we have increasingly stopped doing this.

Going back to our FS, which is the energy emitted from the planet Earth. As previously mentioned, his discoverer was a certain Schuman. It was he who first measured its entity.

This happened in 1898, at that time the energy emitted from the Earth was 7.8 Hertz or second cycles. Scientists have always thought this was a fixed value. As until the end of the ’70s the FS had remained unchanged. At that point something happened, which sent the whole scientific community into turmoil.

The frequency of MT began to change, and to be exact to go up. Around 1985/86 this frequency had risen from 7.8 to 8.6, a phenomenon that was thought impossible. The data updated to the year 2002 was 11.9 cycles per second.

A part of the world scientific community believes that these events are to be considered natural therefore not attributable to human intervention and that nature cyclically re-proposes them. According to some other scientists in the last decades man could have had an active impact to the change in Earth’s magnetic field, for example, through the increasing propagation of electromagetic fields of every kind and type.

Perhaps these natural defined manifestations are only the “natural” reaction of a living planet that continually interacts with those who live in it and respond in a “natural” way to the unnatural stresses to which it is subjected.

So what are we doing wrong to upset mother earth?

Well, many things is the short answer. How about this:

  • underground nuclear or submarine experiments
  • uncontrolled production of toxic waste
  • systematic deforestation of the planet
  • indiscriminate and uncontrolled exploitation of mineral wealth
  • proliferation of hundreds of thousands of very high frequency repeaters all over the planet (and even outside the planet)
The always connected man

What is the impact of all this on the average human?

Think of the multitude of smaller systems like mobile phones, tablets, netbooks, laptops IOT devices, they are everywhere around us, in our homes, offices, workplace, cars, even on our bedside tables while we sleep or in the inside pocket of our business Suit jackets, near the heart and we consider this “normal”. We are bombarding our planet and our bodies with ever increasing frequencies. It is a non stop and raising situation.

The fact that these manifestations can be “only” a cyclic re-proposal of Nature does not justify the irresponsible behavior of the man of this time, precisely because the same behavior could be a reappearance of past and unfortunately forgotten experiences and therefore also a cycle that repeats itself.

For humans is normal to go this way forward, we need it, is our way to develop, but what would the consequences be in the longer term?

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A Low Carb Diet for Beginners

Starting a low carb diet can be difficult and overwhelming, especially for beginners. This guide will teach you all the steps you need to take start a low carb diet.


There are different reasons why people decide to avoid or limit the amount of carbohydrates they consume, and they are all good reasons. Although there are many low carb diets available, some are more effective, but one of the best low carb diets is the ketogenic diet.

  • What is a ketogenic diet?

A ketogenic diet or a keto diet consists of very low carbohydrates, moderate protein, and high fat and it’s one of the best diets to lose weight. It might sound too good to be true to many. Below, you will find how the ketogenic diet works.

The human body works like a car engine, and it needs the energy to function. A motor car uses gasoline in its engine while the human body needs glucose. Carbohydrate is the main food that breaks down to generate glucose, which becomes the energy the body needs to function properly. Since ketogenic diet focuses on “low-carbohydrate,” the body does not have enough carbohydrates to convert into glucose, so the body needs to use fat stored to create energy. Now, you must have known why the ketogenic diet is one of the best diets in the world and below, we will check out a quick guide ketogenic diet.

Limit your carb intake

The first step you need to take when you’re practicing ketogenic diet is to start removing items containing a high level of carbohydrates and sugars from your food, which should be reduced in your weekly diet. Start looking at the food in your kitchen, including snacks, baked goods and groceries you buy every week. You should also remove processed foods that contain high fructose corn syrup, refined white flour and other items that help increase glucose storage in your body.

Eat moderate protein

When you’re in keto, excessive protein consumption, depending on the level of tolerance of your body, can often lead to weight gain. Since our body converts excess protein into sugar, we have to calibrate the amount of protein we eat. This will also help you in your keto journey. To eat moderate protein, you have to first, recognize your daily protein tolerance level. Secondly, you need to choose your protein from organic foods.

Fat is important!

Basically, our bodies need energy to function properly. When we drastically reduce our carbohydrate consumption, our body will require another source of energy. Since protein is not an effective source of energy, our body will then use fat as a source of energy, and this is what ketogenic diet is all about. While on keto diet, any fat you consume is used to provide energy for the body. So eat fatty foods when you’re on keto diet. Be sure to know the difference between healthy fat and bad fat.

Drink enough water

While you’re practicing ketogenic diet, your body can hardly keep as much water as it needs, so proper hydration is needed. It is recommended an average adult consumes 2-3 liters of water in a day. A good indication of proper hydration is the color of your urine. If your urine is clear or light yellow, then your body is well hydrated.

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the need for proper food

The food that we eat provides the body with what it needs. One of its most important jobs is to contribute to the body’s growth and repair. The body is made up of millions of cells. A large proportion of each cell consists of substances called proteins. Proteins are sometimes called the ‘building blocks’ of the body and without them the body cannot grow or repair itself. Some foods are particularly rich in protein, e.g. milk, fish, meat, eggs, cheese.

 Malnutrition is a major cause of serious illness worldwide.

Food for energy
The concept of ‘energy’, is somewhat difficult for many of us to grasp as we usually associate it with work or movement of some kind. In many cases we tend to relate energy to muscular work and we find difficult to explain ourselves that energy can be stored in materials like coal, oil and, in this case, food, and then released.

The release of energy from food through the process of digestion is what follow.
The food that we eat cannot be used by the body unless it has been changed into simple chemical materials; this happens as the food passes down the process of digestion and is turned into materials that can be absorbed by the body.

a good dietWhy does the body need energy?
At this stage, it would be sensible to remind ourselves that the body itself needs energy to keep ourselves alive and well by controlling the most basic functions such as:

  • keep the respiratory system working
  • keep the heart beating and the blood circulating in a proper manner
  • keep itself at the right temperature

Although all foods provide the body with energy, some are richer in starch, some in fats, same in oils than others and so on, all of these can be converted into energy by the body.

In addition to their body-building and energy giving properties, foods contain substances called minerals and vitamins which are essential to the healthy working of the body.

Discriminating from one or another and allowing the intake of safe doses is a good way to avoid non healthy foods and still getting the right amount of energy our body requires on a daily basis.

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Apart for being a busy IT executive, Tito has a passion for cooking for friends and family and is a first class wines connoisseur.