If you hear the Hum, you might be delighted to know that it is possibly galactic. Ever since Saturn entered Aquarius late last year, astrophysicists have been making unprecedented, ridiculously cool discoveries on a more frequent basis.
But they’ve really stepped it up since the first Mercury-Neptune square in late May. Check out these clear proof of cosmic intelligence discoveries announced in the last ten days alone.
The pandemic, as well as the not-exactly-shocking news of big-deal corruption/the venality of politicians, has kept the ‘magic is real’ news off the main feed but it is pretty rad.
May 25 – A new Dark Matter map reveals previously concealed paths between galaxies.
May 27 – Einstein could have been incorrect – New Physics is a possibility. That is, no more ‘big bang’ theory to explain the origin of the universe.
June 2 – Something – as in something else is controlling the particles known as Dark Matter – and it’s doing it from a hidden dimension.
June 4 – Voyager 1 has detected a mysterious cosmic – or plasma – hum in interstellar space.
I’m one of the alleged 4% of people who hear the Hum – if you are as well, you’ll know it – and I’ve ascribed it to the smart grid or tele-fuqery. But as the interstellar plasma hum is a low, steady hum of about 3 kHz, could it be that?
It would obviously be much cooler if the hum were cosmic or an interstellar reach out to Earth via the Schumann resonance. Who would you trust more – the cosmos or your local power distributor?