Janae B. Weinhold & Barry K. Weinhold
LOVEvolution says that periods of history displaying great amounts of conflict, dividing and polarizing are very significant, as they contain the potential for the rejoining of opposites that can evoke an evolutionary shift. While they may appear very chaotic from an external perspective, energetically, these eras contain the potential for reuniting polarized camps. These camps might be blacks and whites, gays and straights, Christians and Muslins, men and women, adults and children or rich and poor. Reuniting these dualities contains the same potential as a man and a woman making love in order to create a child. In other words, this union has the potential to lift evolution to a higher vibrational frequency. Scientific evidence shows that the frequency of Earth’s heart-beat, known as the Schumann resonance, has moved upward from its normal 8 Hz in the early 1980’s towards 13 Hz, which is believed to be the frequency of unconditional love. It is currently hovering between 10-12 Hz. On the level of civilization, LOVEvolution is most visible during relatively brief periods of cultural chaos and cultural transformation that change not only peoples’ spiritual values, but the scientific and philosophical underpinnings of society’s thinkers and policy makers. During these eras of social unrest, the change in human values provokes polarization. People divide into opposite camps, redefine their values and form more specific beliefs systems and philosophies.
We have mapped the process of LOVEvolution of civilizations by studying the changes in their social, political, religious and educational philosophies and systems over long periods of time and found that the LOVEvolution of civilizations follows the patterns of cell mitosisdividing, polarizing and rejoining.