When most of us think of the Schumann Resonance, we might recall its resonant frequency of 7.83 hz (the Alpha brainwave state), that it “hums” along with several harmonics, or that it’s fed by lightning discharges in the Earths atmosphere.
In short, the Schumann Resonance, named after Winfried Otto Schumann, is the measurement of the peaks in the ELF (extremely low frequency) spectrum of our electromagnetic field and, yes, lightning occurring around the globe feeds it. But have you ever heard of a SPRITE? What about an Elve? No I’m not talking about the lovely benevolent spirits that flit about the ferns and orchids of waterfall pools, (though we love them too) I’m referring instead to what are called Transient Luminous Events, or TLE’s.