How is the air quality influenced by the earth and the space?


It is essential to understand that the electromagnetic man is born in an electromagnetic space, that he has developed according to the rays that come from the earth and the space and that this electromagnetic space, vital for him, must keep its natural balance.


This understanding will help him to better realize the urgency for stopping polluting the air with all kinds of hazardous contaminants that can break this natural balance.


This section also helps to better understand the genesis of the air ions and of the natural & vital waves of extremely low frequencies, and the propagation of the waves in our atmosphere.


1. The earth

2. The atmosphere

3. The earth – atmosphere interactions

3.1. Un gigantic condensator

3.2. A gigantic resonator

3.3. A gigantic wave reflector


1. The earth


The earth contains an internal nucleus (D), an external nucleus (C), a coat (B) and a crust (A).




A >
B >


C >
D >















Internal nucleus







External nucleus



Fe, Ni











Earth’s crust




12 à 60

(aver. 40)



The external nucleus, made of iron, rotates faster than the internal nucleus. Their frictions as well as the convection currents in the external nucleus create a high intensity magnetic field, transforming the earth in a gigantic magnet with a North and South Magnetic Pole.



The magnetic field is expressed in milliGauss (mG) or nanoTesla (nT) ; 1mG = 100nT ; the magnetic field gradient is expressed in nT/m.


The earth has a magnetic field of 300mG at the equator and 600mG at both Poles. It has a vital role in the stimulation and the biological balance of the cell metabolism. On the areas where this field is disturbed by geological phenomenon’s, like water veins and earth breaks, or by metallic masses, like cars, furnaces, radiators, our health will also be affected if we stay several hours above them, mainly during the sleep phase.


The earth is also made of radioactive elements that, during their degradation, releases alpha, beta and gamma radioactive rays  (see "the radioactivity)


The earth also emits microwaves networks, called telluric radiations, that rule in squares our planet. The crossing of these networks, mainly above a geologically disturbed area, can affect our health (see the cosmo-telluric radiations).


2. The atmosphere


If the limit of our atmosphere is situated at around 1000km of altitude, human beings can only live up to an altitude lower than 10km, what is the limit of its first layer, the troposphere. The fact that this layer is nearly free of dangerous radiations is a miracle.



The sun and the other planets emit incredibly aggressive « solar winds » propulsed at very high speed . They consists in corpuscles (flux of electrons,  neutrons and protons), and in radiations, like the gamma and X rays, the UV-C, the UV-B, the UV-A, the visible light, the infrared radiations and the cosmic rays, that are microwaves.


Only the nutritious rays, like the UV-A, the visible light, the infrared radiations and the cosmic rays reach the troposphere. The aggressive radiations are repelled or neutralised by many protective barriers:





Distance from
the earth surface




1st Van Allen belt



stops the electrons

2d Van Allen belt



stops the protons and neutrons





60 to 600

absorbs the gamma and X rays by tearing electrons out of air molecules, so creating positive air ions


10 to 50

absorbs 99% of the UV-C and a major part of the UV-B, resulting in ozone production, what creates the Ozone Layer  and explains the T° increase in the stratosphere when the distance from the earth surface increases


The cosmic rays, that belong to the microwaves family, build networks of ray lines that rule in squares our planet and that are oriented NE-SW et NW-SE. The crossing of those cosmic networks, mainly above a geologically disturbed zone or/and a crossing of a telluric network, can affect our health.


3. The earth – atmosphere interactions


3.1. Un gigantic condensator


The earth surface, thanks to the beta rays released from its radioactive elements, emits electrons that bind to oxygen molecules (O2), resulting in the formation of negative air ions (O2-). It has consequently a negative potential.


The ionosphere, containing positive ions, has a positive potential.


Since the space between the earth surface and the ionosphere is non conductive, it can be compared to a gigantic condensator, producing more than 2000 lightings per second. These lightings are continuously generating in the troposphere-stratosphere space positive and negative air ions and a tiny ozone concentration.


At the ground level, the ratio between positive and negative ions is 5 positive ions for 4 negative ions.


The air ions are essential for “cleaning the air” and for “the activation of our vital functions”.


Air ions can indeed electrically charge the particular aerocontaminants that consequently aggregate and sediment on grounded surfaces. They can also oxidize volatile molecules, consequently deodorizing the atmosphere. This is “the natural air purification process”.


It has been scientifically proven that NAIs are essential for helping our body to re-balance, to activate and strengthen some essential functions, like the body oxygenation and the immune system, to regulate some essential mechanisms, like the production of neuro-hormones and the blood circulation and to improve our psychological health. NAIs  are consequently as important as vitamins and oligo-elements, even in low concentrations, and therefore, they are considered as “the vitamins  of the air”! The higher their concentration in the air, the cleaner is the air and the higher is the oxygen concentration in our body.


Human beings have evolved in an ion rich environment, essential for his health. But since the industrial revolution, air pollution and the use of concrete to build cities have drastically reduce the air ion concentration in cities and industrial areas. Particulate materials, mainly positively charged, quickly neutralize the healthy NAIs and in cities, where the ground is mainly covered with concrete, the NAIs cannot come out the ground. In our indoor environment, synthetic materials, electrical equipments, like computers and TV, cigarette smoke and air conditioning systems also quickly neutralise the NAIs. (see "Air ionisation")


3.2. A gigantic resonator


Every lighting produces pulsed waves of specific frequencies that enter in resonance with the earth. These pulsed waves of extremely low frequencies, called Schumann waves, are stationary and are stable during a very long period of time.


Pulsed waves


The fundamental resonance frequency is 7.83Hz and the other resonance frequencies range from 0.5 up to 42 Hz. They have undeniably influenced the development of the human brain that works between 0.5 and 25 Hz with the 7.83Hz as fundemental frequency  (see “Natural Radiations” ).


3.3. A gigantic wave reflector


The earth surface and the ionosphere are also reflecting surfaces for the artificial electromagnetic waves, such as the radiofrequencies, that are propagated in the troposphere-stratosphere space at the speed of the visible light, i.e. 300,000,000m/s, taking less than a fifth of a second for turning around the world !


Since 50 years, the density of radiofrequencies in the atmosphere is a billion time higher. The human being has more and more problem to find in this « electrosmog » his own vital resonance frequencies and more and more studies prove that these artificial radiations can affect our health (see « Artificial radiations » )