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28 October 2009

The Breathing of the Earth (Dr Vladislav Lugovenko)


By Carol Hiltner

If, as mystical tradition tells us, the Earth is a living system, how might she be doing that most fundamental process of life known as breathing? Might evidence for the Earth's breathing not be winessed as oscillations in the flow of subtle energies through and between the Earth and the Cosmos?

This was the thinking of Russian astrophysicist Vladisvlav Lugoveko. And in the course of a lifetime of research, he has devised experiments that detect and measure just such an oscillation in this flow. Moreover, his experiments have been replicated.

During the past decade, Lugovenko's experimental data has revealed not only that the Earth breathes - with striking similarities to the breathing patterns of human beings - but that her breathing is dynamically affected not only by events in the Cosmos but also by human thought.

What is this "Breathing" of the Earth?

First of all, Lugovenko has found that there is a daily rhythm. The breathing is quiet at night. Then, as the Earth spins toward the sunrise, the particular pattern and amplitude of that day moves like a wave around the earth, varying gradually according to other influences like sun spots, meteorological disturbances, earthquakes, and human activity.

There are seasonal fluctuations. For example, the Earth's breathing is quieter in the winter. And there appear to be longer breathing cycles - periods of years - that seem to be affected by celestial bodies such as comets.

The following chart shows the fluctuation in the Earth's breathing during the period between 1997 and 2002.

Earth Breathing 1997-2002


Lugovenko defines the breathing of the Earth as "the temporary variations of a cosmo-terrestrial field," and refers to both "global" and "local" breathing:

"Global" breathing consists of all possible methods of receiving, processing, and obtaining energy from external Space through a complex system of grids and chakras of different calibers. "Local" breathing is a measurable change of width of zones of regular Hartmann or Curry grids.[1]

The concept of a universal Space energy that people can use to realize supersensory phenomena has deep roots in cultures of all peoples. Sacred Indian and Buddhist texts describe this same ancient Space energy and designate it with the mystical syllable "Om". This syllable causes an oscillation in the brain that enables various chakras to accept Space energy.

We call the interaction of this energy with the Earth a "cosmo-terrestrial field", which is defined as the substance by which the biopower interaction between Space and Earth takes place. The cosmo-terrestrial field is a phenomenon on the boundary between the thin (unmanifest) world and the material (manifest) world.

The cosmo-terrestrial field has many interesting properties, including whirlwind movement, resonance, and virtually instantaneous distribution over vast distances (at least within the limits of the Solar System).

This energy can be perceived by highly sensitive people and by specially created equipment. Each contributor gives his own determination of the qualities of the field that he researches.

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