The earth sings with beautiful sounds but only some animals and special receivers can hear it. Tune in to the VLF pulse of the earth and connect with your surroundings in a way you never knew existed.
This “Natural Radio” includes audio-frequency radio signals of Earth in the approximately 200 Hz to beyond 10,000 Hz (10 kHz) spectrum which are not man-made but occur naturally. The most-spectacular phenomena are heard between 400 Hz and 5 kHz.
Interest in naturally-occurring VLF (Very Low Frequency) and ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) radio phenomena such as “whistlers” and “chorus” has enjoyed a rapid resurgence amongst all kinds of people – from hobbyists, musicians, nature lovers, amateur and professional scientists, and so on.
The beauty of the sounds of Earth’s magnetosphere and associated space-weather has broad appeal.
A few basic schematics will be included with the download that I have shared online over the years and examples of various receivers developed over the years, audio clips of some of the more profound recordings, explanation of the processes involved that create natural VLF signals like whistlers, chorus, etc., and mind-blowing images and stories of travels around the world while recording these sounds.
Here is an example of some of these signals. Keep in mind that if these kind of signals are monitored on an ongoing basis we can see patterns and even be able to determine if earthquakes or other natural disasters are about to strike. These kinds of signals are closely related to Eric Dollard’s telluric research with the Advanced Seismic Warning System.
This is also a wonderful topic to share with children as it allows them to connect with the world around them in a most astonishing way.
Let’s all get involved and listen to what the Earth is telling us and get back in alignment with the natural cycles, sounds and frequencies that are all around us tapping on our shoulders to pay attention to. It’s all been hiding right there in plain sight!
Part of the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (downloadable video).