SCHUMANN RESONANCE: NEW ASPECTS FOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

  • Biljana Petrevska Faculty of Tourism and Business Logistics, Goce Delcev University - Štip
  • Risto Popovski Faculty of Natural Sciences, Goce Delcev University - Štip
Keywords: natural frequency, tourism, positive effects

Abstract

The Schumann resonance is a global level important discovery that Earth produces natural electromagnetic waves in the extremely low frequency of 7.83[Hz]. It spreads a signal that positively or negatively affects all living beings, including humans in their natural environment. The research discusses some impacts that this resonance may have over tourists and visitors that visit or prospectively intend to visit different tourist destinations in Macedonia. Moreover, the paper puts a focus on some locations with tourism motives (like churches, monasteries, spas, mines, geo-tourist locations, etc.) that already have tourist activity, or those with potential to have one. From a scientific point of view, the paper offers the possibility to perceive some effects of the Schumann resonance on tourists and visitors from different approaches: psychological, neurological, physiological, etc. From a practical point of view, the findings may assist in identifying new strategic dimensions for promoting new aspects of tourist product in Macedonia.

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Published
2019-07-03
How to Cite
Petrevska, B., & Popovski, R. (2019). SCHUMANN RESONANCE: NEW ASPECTS FOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT. TISC - Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja, 4(2), 705-722. Retrieved from http://tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/323