Tuning a Chembuster (CB) to the Schuman Frequencies
By Philip N. Ledoux
July 7, 2006
Schuman Frequencies are those natural frequencies that are generated and fed
continually by lightening strikes around the world, and bounce between the earth's
surface and the ionosphere. Because the ionopshere has many layers, the
frequencies have differing lengths which translates into frequencies: 1 Hz, 7.83 Hz,
14 Hz, 21 Hz, 26 Hz, 33 Hz and 39 Hz. It is known that shamans, healers and miracle
healers tune their body to the 7.83 frequency when they do their healing work. Most
of us do not do miracle type healing, thusly a logical question would be: is there
anything else we can constructively put these frequencies to work?
If you create orgonite pieces of any type, and can generate tones or frequencies (a
few programs exist to convert your computer into a frequency generator and are
free); while the orgonite pieces are curing, play these Schuman Frequencies
separately or together. This makes the orgonite that much more powerful.
These frequencies being very low, their length translates into waves in the hundreds
and some in the thousands of miles long category [called wavelength]. To make some practical length of
these waves as pipes or rods, the principles of antennae matching is employed. The
very first of the radio stations used "long wire" antennae, which were actually the
length of the base frequency that the station operated on. It was quickly discovered that
if the "long wire" were cut to 1/2 the frequency-length or 1/4 or 1/8, that it worked
equally as well as the full length. Actually put into simple math, if we divide 1 by
the even numbers, or divide 1 by the powers of 2, we create these fractional parts
of a long wave. To make it easy for the reader I've included tables below to simplify all
Here is a suggestion for those building chem-trail-busters: Just as the automobile
racers have known for "eons", if you 'tune' the exhaust length, the engine develops
more power. In creating chem-trail-busters, we use standard lengths of copper tubing.
What would happen if we 'tuned' these tubes? Tuned them to Nature and/or the earth?
They would become much more powerful.
The first measurement to work with is the Sacred Cubit [or Royal Cubit] which Slim Spurling
re-discovered was 20.6 inches long. When working with the Sacred Cubit Measurement,
we are working with universal energy. A long-pipe buster measurement should be as
close to 10 feet ( or 120 inches) as we can get. 6 Sacred Cubits is over 10 feet in length,
but 5 Sacred Cubits (103.05 inches) allows too much waste. Just as with an antennae, we
can add 1/2 a Sacred Cubit (or 5 1/2 total) to give us a pipe length of 113.3 inches [103.0 + 10.3 = 113.3 ] .
And if we wanted to get the minimum waste, we could use 5 + 1/2 + 1/4 cubits = 118.45 inches [103.0 + 10.3 + 5.15 = 118.45].
And if a person had an artistic eye and arranged the pipes properly, we could use
pipes of the following lengths: 103.05 inches + 108.15 inches + 113.3 inches + 118.45 inches. [which equals 103 & 3/64 in., 108& 9/64 in., 113 & 5/16 in., 118 & 29/64 in.] [[which equals 2.617 meters, 2.747 meters, 2.878
meters, 2.009 meters]]
Alan Otterson, who builds water fountains, tried building a short-tube-buster with
pipes around 2 feet long. He discovered that if you placed the crystals at the top
of the pipes (single pointed type, point up) the system worked as well as the
original designs. Alan made a coil to hold the crystal. I found that some plastic
end caps will slip over a copper pipe nicely; drill a hole slightly smaller than the
crystal diameter and force-fit the crystal into that hole. An operating CB needs
no "cap", this is merely a simple mounting device for the crystals. Being a fountain
designer, Alan added a central water pipe (embedded in the orgonite base) and coiled
the two outlet tubes around the vertical pipes. The water hit rocks in a containment
tub and was pumped back through the special pipe. Did it work? He kept the skies
chem-trail free until his wife unplugged the circulating pump for lack of water;
skies then were the normal chem-trail filthy.
I 'tuned' the short pipes, with a central water pipe, gave it away, but have had no
feedback. I'm in the process of making a Schuman Tuned short tube model CB with 7
pipes. Taken from the following tables, I'm using 7' 5 & 29/32", 5' 7 & 15/32", 5'
2 & 37/64", 4' 2 & 9/32", 4' 6 & 5/32", 3' 8", 3' 3/32" for the pipe lengths.
[[2.284 m., 1.703 m., 1.589 m., 1.277 m., 1.375 m., 1.117 m., 0.917 m.]]
be arranged similar to a pipe cut at a sharp angle which, when set vertical, gives a
high backdrop and low front. The fountain pipe has a pump connection inlet, goes
into the orgonite base, then up the center of the pipe array. I have an artistic eye
and am able to picture a project completed before I start. The central water source
pipe has "T"s arranged with the head of the T going vertical with 7 exits arranged
in angular divisions. The central pipe is reduced to a 3/8 inch outlet (with outlet
pinched); this soft copper is coiled around the central vertical column, and cut to
corresponding vertical pipe lengths. The 3/8 inch (can be 1/4 inch) length tuned to
the Schuman Frequencies (cut same length as verticals) vibrates at the proper
frequency because of the water flow vs. pipe length. Splashing onto rocks in a
containment tub amplify the total effect.
For those wanting to conserve copper pipe, use 3.746' or 3' 8 & 61/64" [[1.142
meters]], which is the next subdivision of 7' 5 & 29/32" (7.83 Hz); and use shorter
lengths other than those I used above.
By creating a "fountain" or just the artistically arranged verticals as a "lawn
ornament", we create a camoflage for our chem-trail-busters, which avoids raised
eyebrows from curious neighbors and arguments from the more brainwashed.
Wavelength = V / f
Wavelength = speed of light / Frequency
Wavelength (in meters) = 3 x 108 meters per sec/ frequency
Wavelength (in Meters) = 300,000,000 / Frequency (cps)
Wavelength (in centimeters) = 3 x 1010 cm. per sec./ f
Wavelength (in feet) = 1,130 ft. per sec/ frequency
X Meter x 39.37 = X inches
X inches / 12 = feet
300,000,000 meters = 984,250,000 feet
Wavelength (in feet) = 984,250,000 / Frequency
Schuman Resonance Frequencies (Wavelength) in feet & meters
1 Hz. = 984,250,000. Feet = 300,000,000. Meters
7.83 Hz. = 125,702,426.6 Feet = 38,314,176.25 Meters
14 Hz. = 70,303,571.43 Feet = 21,428,571.43 Meters
21 Hz. = 46,869,047.62 Feet = 14,285,714.29 Meters
26 Hz. = 37,855,769.23 Feet = 11,538,461.54 Meters
32 Hz. = 30,757,812.5 Feet = 9,375,000 Meters
39 Hz. = 25,237,179.49 Feet = 7,692,307.692 Meters
45 Hz. = 21,872,222.22 Feet = 6,666,666.666 667 Meters
This table is designed to give a reasonable length for a pipe or coil cut to match
the Schuman Frequencies. Because the frequencies are so low, the basic waves are
many miles long. To create an equivalent of matching a radio wave to its antenna, we
use 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 the wavelength as the antenna length. A wave 23,000 miles long
needs a small fraction in the order of 1/4,194,304th of a wavelength. (must use even
numbered fractions) to be of a practical length in making chemtrail busters and similar
equipment. (1 Hertz [cycles per second] is an exception and uses larger divisors.)
2^25th wavelength = 1/16,777,216th wavelength
2^24th wavelength = 1/8,388,608th wavelength
2^23rd wavelength = 1/4,194,304th wavelength
As an addendum to Phil's essay, I might mention that I'm also now tuning the pipe lengths on my latest Chembusters to reflect the mathematics of the Golden Section (or Phi Ratio ) of 1.61803.
I multiplied Phi by six to come up with a length of 9.708" (or 9 & 45/64 inches) for the lower pipe and 36 times Phi to arrive at 58.25 " (or 58 &1/4 inches) for the upper pipe extention. I plan to write a separate essay about the use of the Phi Ratio and its derivative in Nature known as the Fibonacci Series.
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