Resonance: Beings of Frequency (documentary film)
In the much overdue discussion in regard to where the bees are going, information continues to emerge. Is it thanks now to the “Monsanto Protection Act” (e.g., pesticides, suppressed research), other factors, or some combination?
In addition to looking at how cell phone use is linked to cancer and other health problems in humans, “Resonance” looks also at the role of cell phone tower transmissions in relation to the disappearance of bees.
What is Schumann Resonance?
In 1899, a scientist and inventor named Nikola Tesla was performing energy experiments in Colorado Springs, USA, when he discovered that the Earth had a resonant frequency of approximately 8 Hz. Sadly, Tesla was ahead of his time. His discovery was documented, but it was not proven, and wouldn’t be for almost half a century.
Nearly 50 years later, in 1953, Professor W.O. Schumann of the University of Munich was teaching his students about the physics of electricity when they discovered that the Earth’s cavity produces very specific pulsations. They’d stumbled on the vibrational pulse of the planet Earth. In 1954, scientific tests confirmed that, indeed, the planet Earth resonates at 7.83 Hertz, which was dubbed “Schumann Resonances” in honor of the man who provided the proof…