While astrology has never fully stuck in my brain, astronomy and the study of space have always interested me. This morning, I got a little notification in my desktop search bar with a cool video of a timelapse solar flare!
Now, since I’m trying to slowly study astrology, as well as the way solar flares and the Schumann Resonance, and how everything is connected, this was interesting to me. I thought it would interest you, too!
The video itself of the solar flare is actually from December 14, 2022 – not sure why I’m getting super old notifications, Microsoft, but whatever. But anyway, it led me down a rabbit hole of other information and websites. Honestly, there’s one called HelioViewer that lets you view the sun in so many different ways!
This picture is a screenshot I took of HelioViewer this morning - the most recent image of the Sun
Now, I don’t know much about the Schumann Resonance or if/how solar flares are connected, but I wanted to see if there was a connection between the solar flare in December and the measurements of the Schumann Resonance on the same day. Here’s my comparison.
The area I highlighted on the graph marks the rough beginning of the solar flare. Then, over the next several days, the graph’s data goes way high, then back down. Again, I’m not sure how connected this is because we see a peak in the graph data again around December 26th. However, I did a bit more digging and found that on December 26th, there was a large eruption on the sun (video here) that may or may not have caused that peak.
Anyway just something fun I noticed and was doing this morning that I wanted to share! I’m hoping to do more research on the Schumann Resonance and how it’s all connected.
Oh, and thanks to @marsha for first educating me on the Schumann Resonance!