We are starting out quite high today both in frequency and amplitude of the frequency. Please note that amplitude indicates SOUND. Electromagnetic energy waveforms make sound.
This is in full synchronicity with the Tzolkin, count of days/people, and tones of creation.
The ScR is monitoring the PSI BANK, the mind of earth as the sacred count of time. It merges exactly as the Haab, the solar calendar, and IChing and the multidimensional spacetime harmonic of evolution left for us by the Maya.
Q factors of the Schumann resonances are the factors which represent the sharpness of resonances of the earth ionosphere cavity. (and thus human brains, so you want to know this.) The earth as the lower boundary of the cavity can be recognized as a perfect conductor, while the ionosphere as an upper boundary is a leaky wall which has finite conductivities.
Spaceweather.com for Wednesday
CME TO STRIKE VENUS AND MARS: A CME launched into space by yesterday’s X-flare (described below) may not strike Earth, however, it will hit Venus and Mars, according to a NASA model. The strike on Venus (June 22nd) will probably erode a small amount of the planet’s upper atmosphere, while the strike on Mars (June 25th) could spark auroras visible to MAVEN and other Mars-orbiting satellites.
X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE AND CME: New sunspot AR3341 erupted on June 20th, producing an X1.1-class solar flare (1709 UT). NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the extreme ultraviolet flash:
Radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere. This caused a deep shortwave radio blackout over North America: map. Aviators and ham radio operators may have noticed loss of signal at frequencies below 30 MHz for as much as 20 minutes after the flare.
SOHO coronagraphs have since detected a CME. It is the fan-shaped cloud expanding away from the sun’s southeastern limb (8 o’clock position):
The CME’s expansion velocity exceeds 1000 km/s (2.2 million mph), according to Type II radio bursts detected by the US Air Force. It’s a fast mover that should deliver a potent blow to whatever it hits.
Earth is probably not in the strike zone, although a glancing blow may be possible on June 22nd or 23rd. Confirmation awaits modeling by NOAA forecasters. Solar flare alerts: SMS Text
Do X Class Solar Flares affect the ScR?
It has been shown that an increase in the resonant frequency is proportional on the average to the logarithm of the X-ray radiation intensity to the power of 1.7. The magnitude of changes in the cavity frequency is related with the corresponding changes in the characteristic “magnetic” height of the conductivity profile of the lower ionosphere and compared with the results of the independent analysis performed by measuring VLF radio signals.Article-“The Effect of Solar Flares on the ScR from Harvard Univ.
This is even more nerdy/techy.
3D Astrology, in line with the I Ching and 4D Tzolkin lineup;
- The Sun moves into Cancer today, marking the solstice. Until July 22nd, we are self-protective and insular. Our attention turns to our nests–our families, homes, base of operations, and anything that makes us feel safe and secure. Nurturing and caring for loved ones and pet projects become a sharper focus. We’re more invested in our personal lives in the month ahead.
- This morning, before the Sun leaves Gemini, it forms a quincunx to Pluto, which can complicate decision-making. An adjustment may be necessary before we feel we’re moving forward. (100% sync with Blue 9 Torm mediated by PLUTO In 4D)
- There may be a power shift or a setback that has us feeling temporarily out of sorts or powerless, prompting us to make changes. We might need to let something go to further our psychological growth.
- However, as the day advances, Mercury forms a sextile to Mars, and then Chiron (Mars and Chiron are heading toward a trine aspect), and our minds engage. (100% sync with our antipose Red 9 Moon mediated by Mercury).
- We want to do something with our ideas, learn, teach, or debate. We are exceptionally alert, resourceful, and aware. There is enthusiasm in our conversations and excitement about our interests and discoveries. We approach problems holistically, and our problem-solving skills run high.