Is it Covid-19 or is something else making people sick? PART 1

Anecdotal evidence

Is something happening that cannot be explained just by Covid -19 alone, is something else making people sick? In this article, I examine the impact of solar activity on health and where we stand in 2021.

I had my own experience with “Covid-19” recently. My partner became unwell after exercising in a small boxing gym with vaccinated people. Other than that he had not been anywhere with groups of people indoors or with anybody that was noticeably sick.

He had a rapid onset high fever, visual disturbances, diarrhoea, sweating, dark urine, and back pain. What was curious to me was that he had zero respiratory symptoms. No shortness of breath, no cough, no sore throat, no runny nose. You know, the kind you usually get with a respiratory virus, like the flu.

He also had a loss of smell and taste. Not because of nasal congestion though, as he had none. I picked up a home lateral flow antigen test, and it came back as a strong positive.

I am not convinced about the accuracy of the tests but we were curious to see nonetheless. The swab also didn’t go anywhere near his body, we used oral secretions that had been deposited into a tissue. We did not do any follow-up testing, but the line was strong. I am not making assumptions that the test picked up SARS CoV2, just that it was positive.

I waited to see if the rest of the family would become sick. We slept in the same bed and shared our lives as usual.

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Unusual symptoms

Aside from one day where I felt very tired and emotional, I had no noticeable symptoms. No fever. My two children were also been fine.

As a nurse, I have a variety of tools to undertake investigations at home, what I found surprised me. My youngest and I had low oxygen levels (around 92% on air), but zero respiratory distress or symptoms for about 24 hours. We also had elevated heart rates. I took a sample of urine and my partner had microscopic blood in his urine for 3 days, I had leucocytes (white cells) for 2 days but no other signs of infection.

I loaded everyone up with Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Quercetin, Zinc, and Selenium. Within 48 hours the patient was feeling much better. He slept, ate, and slept. 2 days later he was doing sit- ups and skipping in the garden.

He did though, develop an infected tooth afterwards, bacterial infections post Covid-19 seem quite common. I also know of many people suffering from a flare of a whole myriad of symptoms and illnesses, post- Covid or not.

Because of this, and research completed over the last 21 months, I decided to dig a bit deeper. What if something else is going on in addition to Covid-19 and is being recorded in as Covid- 19 due to inaccurate tests and other reasons?

Other people’s experiences

In the past few months I have been writing down other people’s experiences to see if there are common themes. Whilst there are some reports of people having congestion and a cough, the majority of people seem to have a similar story.

The below list covers a small sample size of around 50 people who have been sick in the last few months. Some tested and tested positive or negative. Some did not test at all.

Common themes

  • Feeling unwell after being around vaccinated people who are not displaying obvious symptoms
  • Women reporting menstrual cycle changes after being ill with SARS CoV2 positive antigen or PCR test
  • Women reporting menstrual changes after being around vaccinated people
  • Urinary symptoms, dark urine
  • Hot burning skin
  • Nerve type pain
  • Crushing headaches
  • Gastro intestinal symptoms
  • Emotional imbalance or feelings of depression
  • Loss of taste/ smell reported in nearly every case
  • Whole households or people who had been together coming down with symptoms at the same time
  • Tight burning chest
  • Nose bleeds
  • Severe fatigue
  • Back pain

Some of these symptoms may be common with a normal respiratory virus/ influenza, but there are some that don’t fit. These symptoms occurred in people who tested and were negative as well as those who tested positive, which leads me to wonder even more if something else is going on causing symptoms.

In particular, hot burning skin, nerve type pain, emotional imbalance, tight burning chest, nose bleeds and menstrual cycle changes. While you might feel a bit low and weepy when you have influenza, that is because you feel so rough. But people have been reporting noticeable shifts in emotions and depression as their only symptom.

Thermometer on Blanket

What is also interesting is the dates people came down with symptoms. There are many people who say that groups came down with illness at the same time. In a household, usually one person gets sick and then others may follow after an incubation period, not all at the same time. Mean incubation period is said to be between 6-7 days. Yet people have been reporting groups going down at the same time or within a much shorter time frame.

In the summer months, respiratory viruses are less prevalent. Several variables are at play, but is there something else making people sick? I certainly know many times more people now who have been unwell than in 2020, even in the winter of 2021. At the end of summer?

Let’s examine the evidence and what we know about Covid -19, and what other things may be going on to cause people to symptomatic.

Background on Covid-19

Unless you have been living in a cave for the last 18 months, you will have heard of Covid-19.

Covid-19 is the disease or illness said to be caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. SARS-CoV-2 is a type of coronavirus and a “new” version of SARS- CoV, which caused outbreaks of SARS in 2003 (Severe Acute Respiratory Virus).

SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV, all belong to the family of coronaviruses, considered to be a common cold. Coronaviruses are a family of viruses thought to be responsible for illness in humans or animals. The term Corona means “crown” in Latin which is derived by the spiky projections on viruses’ surface resembling crowns.

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SARS was first reported in Asia in February 2003, though cases subsequently were tracked to November 2002. SARS quickly spread to 26 countries before being contained after about four months. More than 8,000 people fell ill from SARS and 774 died. Since 2004, there have been no reported SARS cases. Essentially it was self- limiting and there was no vaccine rolled out.

MERS is a viral respiratory disease that was first reported in Saudi Arabia in September 2012, according to the World Health Organization. Some people infected with MERS coronavirus (MERS-CoV) develop severe acute respiratory illness, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. From its emergence through January 2020, WHO confirmed 2,519 MERS cases and 866 deaths (about 1 in 3).

Prior immunity?

Both SARS and MERS were reasonable well- controlled geographically. At the time there was no mass testing of individuals who did not attend health services or those with no symptoms. There was also no mass vaccination program either.

It is possible that up to 20-50% of the population already had T Cell immunity to SARS-CoV-2. T-cell immunity is often ignored as it does not fit with the fear porn the media and hand picked narrative spouting experts, choose to push.

Studies reveal that SARS-CoV-2 is very similar in structure and pathogenicity with SARS-CoV, but the most important structural protein, i.e., the spike protein (S), is slightly different in these viruses. The presence of a furin-like cleavage site in SARS-CoV-2 facilitates the S protein priming and might increase the efficiency of the spread of SARS-CoV-2 as compared to other beta coronaviruses. 

There is some discussion about the virus being engineered, possibly for gain of function. Time will tell if that is the case.

Stating the obvious

On Dec 31st, 2019, China announced to the world it was dealing with a respiratory virus that had a high hospitalisation and mortality rate. We saw images of people dropping down dead in the street, bodies piling high and the lockdown that followed. Within the next few months, other countries followed suit when “cases” started to rise. As cases have risen, the overall case fatality rate (CFR) and infection fatality rate (IFR) has fallen.

The available evidence suggests an average global IFR of ~0.15% and ~1.5-2.0 billion infections by February 2021 with substantial differences in IFR and in infection spread across continents, countries, and locations. This is now more or less, in line with seasonal flu (pre mass vaccination roll- out).

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Testing, testing……

Rates are dependent on many variables. Are deaths being recorded accurately? How accurate is testing? Some estimates and studies show accuracies ranging from 60%-98%. Even at 98%, that means 2% of the time the tests are giving false- positive or false- negative results.

PCR testing, considered the gold standard, was never designed to be used on the asymptomatic. Whether the virus has ever been isolated from an infected patient and cultured is also another area of hot debate.

In one study it was found that 85% of people that tested positive to SARS-CoV-2 were asymptomatic, meaning they had zero symptoms. The results of PCR testing are also reliant on the CT threshold, or cycle threshold used to examine the sample.

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome or Severe Asymptomatic Respiratory Syndrome?

The clue is in the title, and use of the words severe and acute. For SARS-CoV-1 the estimated mortality rate was 9%, which rose to 50% at aged 60 or over. MERS had an overall fatality rate of 37%.

Whilst there is no doubt that people have become very sick and died of the illness labelled Covid-19, the different presentation of patients is puzzling.

People have reported feeling like their skin is on fire, or they have zero taste or smell, which lingers for weeks or months. Critically ill patients show deranged liver function and elevated ferritin and bilirubin.

Patients were being admitted with severe hypoxia (low oxygen levels) but still talking. Feedback from medics at the beginning of the outbreak was of “happy hypoxia”. The presence of ground -glass opacities in chest Xrays and high mortality when being ventilated were reported.

Studies have shown patients had ground glass opacities but negative testing for the virus. In the end, it appears that Covid-19 is essentially more of a vascular illness than a respiratory one. It wasn’t ventilation that was the main problem but perfusion, due to thrombi and microthrombi.

Change of Symptoms

The list of symptoms is long and seems to change over time. Some people have reported loss of taste and smell without ever testing positive on a test. Some people get a blocked nose and have diarrhoea.

Anyone who has ever had flu or a heavy common cold usually has the same symptoms and progression: sore throat, sneezing, tired, blocked up nose, fever, diarrhoea, which later develops into a cough and lingering cough which can last weeks. You may have to hide away on the sofa for a few days and take a few days off work.

But with Covid-19, also known as a SEVERE ACUTE respiratory syndrome, some people don’t get any respiratory nor normal flu- like symptoms at all. In fact 85% of people don’t know they are carrying the virus, according to testing.

According to the World Health Organisation, people may experience the following symptoms in varying degrees.

Most common symptoms:

  • fever
  • cough
  • tiredness
  • loss of taste or smell

Less common symptoms:

  • sore throat
  • headache
  • aches and pains
  • diarrhoea
  • a rash on skin,
  • or discolouration of fingers or toes
  • red or irritated eyes

Serious symptoms:

  • difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • loss of speech or mobility, or confusion
  • chest pain

The most puzzling symptom for me is loss of smell, taste or metallic taste, in the mouth. Also burning skin and tight chest, especially as people are reporting this without testing positive using the tests in circulation. There has also been people reporting tinnitus.

Could something else be causing symptoms and being counted as Covid-19 cases?

The accuracy and fitness of purpose of the Covid- 19 tests and death recording have already been mentioned. Is it possible there are other factors at play other than SARS-CoV-2 making people sick?

I believe it is entirely possible what is happening now is not only a natural cyclical phenomenon, but also a man- made crisis of ionising and non- ionising radiation, in addition to the possibility of a new circulating engineered virus.

Ionising and non-ionising radiation

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I read the very well- researched and written book a few years ago called “The Invisible Rainbow” by Arthur Firstenberg. Arthur Firstenberg who claims “Influenza is an electrical disease”, proceeds to prove it in his book. He covers not only ionising radiation from the sun but also non-ionising and electrification of the planet linking previous pandemics and years with excess mortality. He also covers the harms this caused and is continuing to cause to people all over the world. I will examine this more in Part II.

Pandemics and Solar Activity

The Sun

The sun is the main source of energy for life on Earth. Without its heat and light, life would not exist. The energy generated inside the sun through nuclear fusion reaches us as electromagnetic radiation, which covers all wavelengths from gamma rays to radio waves.

The Earth’s atmosphere absorbs almost all of the sun’s gamma rays and X-rays and part of the ultraviolet radiation. At certain geographical locations, solar radiation is affected by astronomical factors, such as season, day of the year, and meteorological conditions (e.g., temperature, humidity, clouds, and aerosols). In addition to the electromagnetic radiation and quiet conditions, the sun expels a constant amount of solar plasma and magnetic fields, known as solar winds.

The Invisible Rainbow

Firstenberg gives us several hundred years of review on recorded influenza pandemics. Natural pandemics, he points out, including illnesses other than flu, correlate to active sun cycles in times of solar minimum and maximum. We are at this moment in a solar minimum on par with the historic Maunder Minimum that ended nearly 300 years ago.

NASA and NOAA scientists “concurred that solar minimum between [the 11-year] Cycles 24 and 25 will occur in April 2020 (+/- 6 months)”

The peak of cycle 25 is predicted to arrive in 2024 and continue for 2 years—right on time—but the activity level assessed by the number of sunspots will be less than average, in fact less than half of the 2001 sunspot peak of 250 during cycle 23.

Hope-Simpson observed the same correlation between influenza pandemics and sunspot maximums. He confirmed these findings indicating that the two phenomena have kept in step over some 17 solar cycles.

Interestingly, the previous two Coronavirus epidemics, the severe acute respiratory syndrome SARS-CoV and the Middle-East respiratory syndrome MERS-CoV both occurred at double peaks in the sunspot cycle. A more general result states that most pandemics in the past occurred near the sunspot extrema (maxima or minima) . In a sense, the present Covid-19 pandemic was predictable based on this idea.

Coronal Holes

Overall, scientists appear to be generalizing a long period of global cooling punctuated by electromagnetic weather disturbances from flares and solar winds emanating from “corona holes.” Other predictions suggest unstable weather from flares and holes will play havoc with mass telecommunication systems, disrupting Smart grids, navigation, near-earth orbital equipment, etc., but also negative impacts on our health.

The pandemics occurring close to the peaks of the sunspot cycle may arguably reflect the influence of solar X-ray emission that also peaks near sunspot maxima and may have mutagenic effects on incoming viruses. if this is the case, did SARS-CoV-2 just simply mutate from other known Beta Coronaviruses because of the influence of the sun?

When the earth’s magnetic field is weak, during minima or maxima, solar activity can send ionising radiation in the form of gamma waves to earth. In solar minima and particularly in grand solar minima (like we are in now) – with lower sunspot activity – the number and intensity of solar eruptions is diminished. Large solar flares and Coronal Mass Ejections are more prevalent in a solar maximum.

But in a solar minima, a given solar outburst can have a more devastating effect on Earth, its biosphere, and our infrastructure than if it erupted in a solar maximum. The magnetic field that usually protects us from these blasts is weaker.

Interesting they are called coronal mass ejections isn’t it?

5: An image of the solar coronal holes (dark regions) observed by the soft X-ray Teliscope, on 18 July 2013 (Credit: NASA/SDO).

Cosmic radiation is emitted during solar events, including sunspots, solar flares, coronal mass ejections (CMEs), and proton storms. The Earth’s atmosphere works like a shield, keeping out large amounts of this radiation. Cosmic radiation is of particular concern to astronauts and equipment in space. When we are at a maxima or minima the earth’s magnetic field is weaker.

Sunspots are very strong magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun. These magnetic fields can become twisted, storing energy like a rubber band. They appear dark on the surface of the Sun because they are cooler than the surrounding areas. The magnetic fields that create sunspots prevent some of the Sun’s heat from reaching the surface of the Sun. When sunspots interact with each other they cause explosions of energy.

On the upper left side of this image from May 29, 2020, from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory — shown here in the 171-angstrom wavelength, which is typically colorized in gold — one can see a spot of light hovering above the left horizon. This light emanates from solar material tracing out magnetic field lines that are hovering over a set of sunspots about to rotate over the left limb of the Sun.
Image: NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory/Joy Ng/Tony Rice

Solar flares are large eruptions of energy coming off the Sun containing several different forms of energy: heat, magnetic energy, and ionizing radiation. The ionizing radiation released during solar flares includes x-rays and gamma rays.

The most powerful solar flares are huge bursts of x-rays and electrified hot gas called coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which hurl solar matter into space. CMEs can create proton storms. Protons are positively charged particles from the nucleus of an atom. The explosion that creates the CME accelerates the protons around the Sun to nearly the speed of light. These protons carry dangerous amounts of energy that can break chemical bonds.

Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is 10 times more mutagenic than ionizing radiation to nuclear DNA and is especially damaging to mitochondrial DNA. However, variable light as manifested by seasons stresses adaptability to UVR, possibly through an immune mechanism.

There is also evidence that exposure to ultraviolet radiation can have an impact on mental illness.

Unsuccessful adaptation to UVR (and possibly other types of radiation) results in mutation, which can produce neurochemical abnormalities manifested by mental illness.

Since we are made up of protons and electrons, how does solar activity affect our health?

Geomagnetic and sunspot activity: impacts on health

We are magnetic electrical beings, so it’s is not surprising external changes can have negative (or positive) effects on human health and behaviour.

One of the proposed mechanisms is the effect of geomagnetic storms on the Earth’s electric and magnetic fields. It is well established that all biological systems on Earth are exposed to external and internal fluctuating magnetic and electric fields of a wide range of frequencies (0.1-10 Hz).

The oscillations over these frequencies are close to the frequency of many internal organs. These oscillations, which are active by the magnetosphere and ionosphere due to geomagnetic storms resulting from solar activity events, may in a resonant way act on the function of living organisms at a cellular level to a greater or lesser degree.

The fundamental difficulty when studying the effect of natural electric and magnetic field variations on human health is the fact that the field strengths involved are very small. When the geomagnetic environment is disturbed, it seems plausible that this could have either a direct or an indirect effect on human physiology.

Melatonin Link

Another possible mechanism to explain the association of geomagnetic disturbances and human behaviour (depression) involves the alteration of melatonin levels in the body due to geomagnetic disturbances. Low melatonin has been a factor documented in those critically ill, with Covid-19. Read more here.

Melatonin is an endogenous hormone derived from tryptophan that is mainly released from the pineal gland in the dark. Melatonin regulates many biological functions such as sleep, circadian rhythm, immunity, and reproduction. It has free radical scavenger, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects, thus it prevents tissue damage and blocks transcriptional factors of pro-inflammatory cytokines.

Other factors which decrease your melatonin include blue light on phones and devices, electromagnetic fields, poor sleep hygiene, and age.

Daily geomagnetic disturbances, or geomagnetic storms, are temporary distortions in the Earth’s magnetic field caused by solar wind shock waves that strike the magnetic field hours after a solar event.

This release of high energy magnetic varies according to the 11-year solar cycles, and is more intense during solar maxima periods. These periods are also characterized by a high number of geomagnetic storms that have been linked to numerous health outcomes, including cardiovascular diseases, neurological system diseases, behavioural diseases, and total deaths.


A review undertaken by Abdullrahman & Marwa in 2020 found the following summary of a review of 20 years of heliobiology. Heliobiology is a new branch of science that deals with the influences on human health caused by solar activity and investigates the possible mechanisms to explain the reported associations.

a) High values of geomagnetic activity have a negative effect on human cardiovascular health that includes significant variations in heart rate variability.

b) The number of incidents of alterations in blood flow is increased (increased systolic and diastolic blood pressure and epileptic seizures) during the solar activity periods.

c) Incidents of coronary disease and myocardial infarction increase during spans of high solar activity, as compared to years with low solar activity.

d) Sharp or sudden variations in geomagnetic and solar activity can act as stressors, which alter regulatory processes such as breathing, reproductive, and increase total deaths.

e) Several studies support the idea that geomagnetic disturbances decrease the melatonin levels in the human body.

f) Positive correlations exist between neurological system diseases (e.g., depression and mental illness) and geomagnetic activity.

g) The standard metabolism and behaviour patterns of humans and other species are affected by solar activity

h) Solar disturbances are associated with significant increases in hospital admissions for suicide attempts, homicides, and traffic accidents

i) Investigations of the blood of tested patients have shown that the viscosity of blood during solar activity periods increases sharply, so the risk of developing morbid cardiovascular system disease is increased

j) A relationship between solar activity and some congenital anomalies such as Down syndrome has been established

k) The fluctuations in solar activity are associated with oscillations in concentrations of vitamin D.

l) Solar activity is related to many parameters of newborn development and homeostasis, such as number of births, number of premature births, newborn weight and length, and syndromes associated with chromosome aberrations and hormone production.

m) Solar activity may contribute to the development of and be a trigger of the exacerbation of nervous and mental disorders, such as schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.

You can find a full link to references and article here.

Cardiovascular Effects

A study found that geomagnetic disturbances lead to an increase in city and seasonal total, cardiovascular disease, and myocardial infarction (heart attack) deaths in the selected 263 U.S. cities.

The effects of geomagnetic disturbances on total deaths were found in all seasons, and on cardiovascular disease and myocardial infarction deaths in spring and autumn. The study found that the effects of geomagnetic disturbances on total cardiovascular disease.

This may be explained by increased numbers of geomagnetic disturbances during spring and autumn. But how do increased geomagnetic disturbances lead to an increase in deaths related to cardiovascular diseases and myocardial infarction?

It may be explained through the direct impact of environmental electric and magnetic fields produced during geomagnetic storms on the human autonomic nervous system. Interactions between geomagnetic disturbances and the autonomic nervous system are likely to induce a cascade of reactions in the body’s electrophysiology that culminate in the collapse of organ functions and death.

Take a look at the symptoms below, and see how many are mentioned when talking about Covid-19. Is it possible there is some worsening of outcomes or cross- over with other symptoms? In particular headaches, myalgia, strokes, liver dysfunction including elevated bilirubin, thromboembolism, endocrine dysfunction and skin rashes. All of which have been reported with Covid-19.

Multiple Sclerosis

A study conducted on the effects of solar activity and MS (multiple sclerosis) relapses in 2016, found that the rate of MS patient admittance due to acute relapses was found to be associated with the solar and geomagnetic events. There was a “primary” peak in MS admittance rates shortly after intense geomagnetic storms followed by a “secondary” peak 7-8 months later. This is reflected in the peaks in Covid-19 numbers. Particularly in the northern hemisphere, which is where many impacts are hitting right now, between 40-60 degrees north.

Heart Rate Variability

Another study conducted on heart rate variability (HRV) found that increases in solar wind intensity were correlated with increases in heart rate, interpreted as a biological stress response. An increase in cosmic rays, solar radio flux, and Schumann resonance power were all associated with increased HRV and parasympathetic activity. The findings support the hypothesis that energetic environmental phenomena affect psychophysical processes that can affect people in different ways depending on their sensitivity, health status, and capacity for self-regulation.

Vitamin D

Low solar activity (which we have been in for years) affects the ability of an individual to obtain Vitamin D from UV light. It is already well documented that Vitamin D levels have a huge impact on mortality, not just for Covid but many illnesses. Vitamin D regulates both innate and adaptive immunity and subsequently modulates the antiviral and antibacterial inflammatory immune responses. Meaning, we need good levels of Vitamin D (from our main source the sun) to maintain a healthy immune system.

Vitamin D also plays a role in inflammation, thrombosis, and immune regulation. Sometime in 2020, the importance of Vitamin D became a conspiracy theory. So much so that they encouraged us to stay indoors, not be outdoors! But the evidence keeps mounting.

Changes in reproductive health

One curious symptom that is being reported is changes in monthly menstrual cycles, or bleeding after being in menopause for years in those who have either had or been around those who had the Covid-19 vaccine or had Covid-19 itself. There are reports though of women who have experienced strange bleeding patterns, could this also be explained partly with changes in geomagnetic activity?


In a review by Rhodes in 2020 showed that all countries below 35- degree latitude have a relatively low mortality rate from Covid-19. Whereas countries 35 degrees north and above, receive insufficient sunlight in winter and spring for adequate levels of Vitamin D. This includes Northern Spain and Italy.

This pattern is evident, except in some Nordic countries that routinely supplement with Vitamin D. Have the UK been proactive in taking this well- established knowledge on board and advised Vitamin D supplementation in preparation for winter? No, instead they have chosen to ignore this information and even tried to say it has no evidence (in particular I am referring to Matt Hancock).

What can we do about it?

There isn’t much we can do about geomagnetic disturbances but we can be aware of the impacts they might have on health, and how to mitigate those. I keep an eye on both the Schumann Resonance daily and also the NOAA space weather warnings. I have been doing this a few years now and I can confidently state that personally, it does seem to make a correlation. While correlation does not prove causation, we can be proactive about observing and reporting effects.

Positive things we can do

  • Stay well hydrated
  • Exercise every day to move your energy
  • Eat root vegetables to help with grounding
  • Go bare feet outside, grounding is very important during these times
  • Eat a varied diet with whole foods
  • Check your Vitamin D levels and supplement, particularly in winter
  • Spend time outside every day in the sun
  • Use Epsom Salt baths
  • Meditate
  • Keep an eye on the activity and document how it affects you
  • Meditate and spend time away from electronic devices

Grounding is key, linked here is an excellent documentary on the importance of grounding.

Here is an excellent documentary on the importance of frequency and resonance. It also explains what the Schumann Resonance is.

Theories of Awakening

Humans and other living beings resonate at a frequency of 7.83 Hz. This is also called the Schumann Resonance. During these periods of activity, a shift in the resonance occurs, which also correspond with our different brain wave state.

Some scientists believe that the Earth’s magnetic field can act as a kind of “psychic information highway” or “psychic Internet,” and this may be why the Schumann Resonance has been linked to various psychic phenomena and enhanced creativity.

Some theorise that these periods can also lead to periods of awakening in populations that are open and attuned to it. In the last 2 years, there appears to have been an increase of people talking about spiritual awakenings. Have these blasts from outer space helped raise our consciousness and awareness?

When our cells are activated on the Gamma wavelength, we increase light in our body and flood our being with healing vibrations. We become cosmically connected.

So it is not all bad news. It may be dependent on your current state, on how you deal with these extra geomagnetic disturbances. Keep those vibrations high.


Heliobiological investigations carried out in the last 20 years have reported evidence that suggests solar activity has direct or indirect influences on human health. Is it possible in this time we are seeing effects of this playing out in front of our eyes and being blamed on an infectious virus spreading around the world?

Is it possible that times of low or very high solar activity can exacerbate infectious diseases and resulting pandemics? Or cause spikes in cases of certain illnesses, exacerbating what was already there? The evidence is there, that it does indeed have an effect. Whether you feel it or not, the electromagnetism of our planet affects us in different ways. 2025 is when the solar maxima occurs, prepare for some powerful changes.

In Part II I will consider the impact of electromagnetic fields in the form of non-ionising radiation such as cell towers, WIFI routers, cell phones and other sources and its impact on health related to Covid-19. In Part III I will discuss other factors that may be contributing to a pandemic of sickness, whatever the cause may be.

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  1. Brilliant article and excellent research! I, too, have come to the conclusion that what we have been seeing with Covid and “Long Covid” is really the result of solar activity. With the increase in solar flare activity over recent months, I’ve noticed people’s health significantly deteriorating, along with an uptick in deaths. Would love to see you do a new blog post with your current thoughts on the connection between Covid and solar activity! Thanks for your hard work!

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