This really does have to do with 5G and its effect, this other time. To feel the difference in 4G-5G coverage in your body, on your intuitive natural self/side, you have to be moving around. So for me, it occurs most often in the car. As you are driving you will invariably hit areas that have poor coverage, when if you are using your GPS on your phone you lose it for a mile or so. There are pockets of poor coverage that, if you pay attention, ‘feel’ different. There is one of those places for about a mile on a street I take regularly, because I like it, and I probably like it because there is no coverage – it feels good. Then when you turn a corner you run smack into a pocket of 5G, in fact, the two areas usually overlap a bit.
When the 5G isn’t working well like the other day when it was very foggy and early in the morning which negated the 5G and I hit that dead zone for 4G, it’s like I was smacked in the face with the immense power of something else. Nature. The huge, deep power of the ground, the old trees in the area, the fields of grass, they were all present and singing loudly. I was grabbed, shaken, in recognition of a thing I had forgotten. I felt, ‘There you are – it has been such a long time since I have felt this.” It. Was. So. Immense. Powerful. Old. Beautiful. As if the earth was yelling for my attention in those seconds of covering that ground in my moving car. It was out of the ordinary, and it was powerful, powerful enough that I haven’t forgotten and powerful enough that I told my husband, who just gave me one of those ‘yeah, yeah, right’ looks.
So here is my theory. I have wondered and worried that because I was too lazy in my practice that I had lost touch with the feel of the earth – something I grew up with and always had thought was normal but since about mid-1990’s seemed to become more difficult. Then when I moved from the Chicago burbs to Indiana burbs you’d think tooling along down the back roads of Indiana across corn fields, that you would feel closer to nature – I mean, there’s nothing out there right? Wrong. It was worse than ever. (but I had great cell phone reception)
Imo, Elana Freeland has the right of it. She mentions that there is an overlap between 4G and 5G which would make sense when talking about the electromagnetic spectrum they both run on. (we give different frequency bands different names like they aren’t part of the same thing and its confusing – imo, on purpose) If she is right, we have been very slowly entrained into ‘not noticing’ the 4G field so that we could be very carefully led directly into the 5G without shock and noticing the ‘numbness’ that it can cause. I’m wondering just how much of the natural and non-natural phenomena it masks? Except when you drive straight into a created town-wide frequency shell that is so weird you can’t help but notice….(?)
Steve Mera has done extensive research on this whole ‘phenomena’ ball of wax centering on magnetic anomalies and gravity measurements as they relate to frequency, which is, of course: what does the electromagnetic spectrum show us in the vicinity of such phenomena, and what is the mineral content in the ground (thereby the resonant frequency of the ground) and how do the various conditions interact to attract or create the phenomena. What is interesting is that he has found that if you are dealing with person centered phenomena, like apports or materialization you have a six week window where residual changes in the environment exist and in the case of the objects, the effect follows the object and eventually wears off, but during that 6 weeks, the objects are like a magnet for more phenomena. I have noticed the increased proclivity towards weirdness in my house after cases of missing items, but I grew up that way, so it’s not disruptive. But this driving into very strong weirdness has my curiosity peaked.
This sent me looking for magnetic maps of my area… I could only find the USA map, however its really zoomable. Steve has a theory that phenomena can appear in a spherical form, and that that form creates a temporary gravity well which is measurable for about 24-72 hours in the environment. What is even more interesting is that the boundary areas of the highs and lows in the magnetics map are the most active in producing ripples in the field, the same as the boundary areas in the weather air pressure maps. The high pressure is heat or stability, and the low pressure is humidity and cooler air. Its where they meet that we get our supercell spin ups and tornadoes because they spin in opposite directions and where they meet there is mayhem. Same for the magnetics, negatives and positives spin in opposite directions ( now what was is it I read about two counter rotating magnetic fields and anti gravity propulsion.…hum?)
That said, I wonder if there are not free-ranging roving magnetic anomalies (tornadoes) that we are totally unaware of that we are constantly moving in and out of, especially along the high-low magnetic boundary areas??? Now, because 4-5G are waves in a part of the same spectrum, I wonder how they react to our micro magnetic environment??? Or are they specifically set up to control the immediate environment and the people in it?
All I know is that if my mind is semi occupied – as in driving, and my intuition is in the on position (expectancy, b/c well, driving) then those are the times when I notice the weirdest…stuff. I’m not looking for it, I’m not expecting it, it just kinda whacks up against my face like a wet towel in a whirlwind and I’m caught in the noticing of it. I’m finding that driving in and out of populated areas is where I find the greatest differences. Whether the population density confusion is 5G or just that lots of humans all stuck together in one place is confusing anyway? Who knows.
Sometimes the only way to study something is to compare it to something else and see if the analogy carries through.