Rhythms of Mother Earth Those which to life give birth The pulse of all her life When disrupted cause strife
Why is it we feel better when we go outside? What has Mother Earth that is not inside?
Everything is connected And, in turn affected By that which causes disruption Mainly, human corruption Drop a pebble in a lake All things affected by that wake Of those energy waves emitted Like those from a tower transmitted
Where have the butterflies and bees gone? Those that took fancy flight above our lawn Why have their numbers decreased? And why have more become deceased?
What is this pulse, what is this beat? That which surrounds us and is beneath our feet?
Mother Earth's heartbeat, herRESONANCE...7.83Hz (hertz) The same rhythm with which humanity flirts
Circadian rhythm, day and night Daily cycle of dark and light
A world, from the eye unseen Yet perceived by those who are keen Aware of our world which is synergetic With waves that are light, electric and magnetic
What happens in a world without bees? Does the fruit still fall from the trees? Do we want to live without the beauty of flowers? All for the incessant need for transmitting towers?
What is the ultimate price that we may pay If we do not hold our cell phones an inch away As waves lethal as high concentrations of uranium Are pumped continuously into our cranium
Wireless hot spots become pervasive Much like a species that is invasive Birds migratory instincts disrupted By those towers that have corrupted
That natural balance we have with our mother A balance that cannot be replaced with another
This resonance attributed to Schumann Is a frequency that is also human
(C) 2013 Shawn White Eagle
I watched the documentary, "Resonance - Beings of Frequency" and was inspired to write this poem. The film has some amazing information. I have long been aware of the collapsing bee colonies and potential correlation with cell phone towers, but this film does a good job of laying out a solid foundation as to why our Mother Earth's frequency is so crucial to, not only bees, migratory butterflies and birds, but also to us as humans. If we could only visually see the disruption caused by all of the various waves our technology emits on a continual basis. I wish U all 7.83Hz on a daily/nightly basis. Thanks for reading.