by Lyn Leahz
Before It’s News
Whether indoor, outdoor, seasonal, or food related, most of us have experienced them or have known someone living with allergies. However, many have never thought of, or even considered, the effects of electromagnetic signals on our health. People have been talking about it, and speaking out about it for years, but newer studies have recently confirmed that what they are saying is true.
Large numbers of people across the United States are claiming to have illnesses related to this technology. In fact, some people have been so sick, they moved to an area known as Green Bank, West Virginia, from across America, to avoid mobile phones, Wi-Fi hotspots, TV and radio transmissions. As of 2013, 36 people have relocated to Green Bank.
“A small remote town where Wi-Fi is banned has become an unlikely haven for people claiming modern technology has been making them ill. The so-called ‘Wi-Fi refugees’ are flocking to the tiny settlement to escape painful symptoms including burning skin, chest pains and acute headaches. The sufferers argue the affliction – a condition known as Electromagnetic Sensitivity – has been eased by the move and report feeling much better.” —Mail Online
Here are the most common symptoms of electromagnetic sensitivity:
—A warm or burning sensation in the face somewhat like feeling sunburnt
—A tingling or prickling sensation across the face or other parts of the body
—Extreme dryness of mucus membranes such as the back of the throat and eyes
—A swelling of the mucus membranes such as nose, throat, ears and sinuses without any infectious cause
—Problems with concentration, loss of memory and dizziness
—A feeling of impending influenza (flu) that somehow never quite breaks out
—Headaches and nausea
—Teeth and jaw pains
—Aches and pains in muscles and joints
Although there are some things you can do to decrease the amount of EMF in your environment, there is no way to get totally away from it. Especially with the presence of HAARP and the many ‘activities’ they conduct in our atmosphere.
Some of the everyday human-generated sources of EMF’s to which we’re exposed include the following:
Electricity transmission lines. About forty per cent of the electricity produced in the U.S. is lost through leakage as it moves over our 350,000 miles of high voltage transmission lines. Electricity can extend into the air, or flow down a metal pylon and travel through the earth, electrifying underground water flows. It also causes large magnetic fields around the lines.
Electricity distribution lines and electrical wiring in walls, both with electrical and magnetic fields extending around them. Electricity should flow through your home and neighborhood and loop back to the transformer—that big metal canister mounted on the telephone pole. But almost a third of the electricity gets loose and returns to the transformer through the earth below you. That electricity can come back into the building on metal water distribution pipes, electrifying your water. Apartment complexes in neighborhoods with underground power lines often have transformers nearby on the ground—those big metal boxes labelled with a drawing of a man being shocked. They rely partly on the earth to attenuate the electrical and magnetic fields, as earth is a good conductor. Water utility pumps that send water up to municipal water towers and homeowner’s sump pumps can spread a blanket of EMF’s through the earth as well.
Plugged-in equipment such as TV’s, computers, printers, copiers, ovens, clocks, fridges, hairdryers, washing machines, dishwashers, lights, and the ubiquitous pop machine. These put out a variety of frequencies. Older TV’s and computer monitors can even dish out X-rays with your evening’s entertainment.
Microwave ovens. Besides producing large magnetic fields and sometimes radiation leakages, these machines deplete the nutrition of food and form carcinogenic compounds in it.
Wifi. In the 1940′s when the first microwave ovens showed that microwaves could cook flesh, people would have thought you odd for taking the door off one and spraying your home, kids, neighborhood and universe with them (these frequencies go on forever). A wifi modem is a microwave broadcast antenna.
Cell phones. Many types of cell phones have the same radiation measurements a few inches from them that a typical cell phone tower has only one hundred feet away from it. Indeed, some cell phones are designed to serve as mini-towers to other cell phones. The phones of motorists passing by can cause emissions as much as fifty times greater than when they’re stationary, as the phone searches for the next broadcast tower. If no tower exists in your area, cell phones will blast you even more as they search for a signal that doesn’t exist.
Cordless phones. Most cordless phones are transmitting even when the handset is resting on its base. Constantly (like a cell phone you never stop talking on). That on top of the usually large magnetic field around the battery recharger.
Broadcast antenna for AM and FM radio, TV, internet, cell phones, police dispatch, fire district radio, company communications, etc. Within one mile of my brother-in-law’s Chicago office there are one hundred thirty broadcast tower structures and over two thousand broadcast antenna. And those numbers don’t even include cell phones, which themselves are broadcasters. Check your neighborhood at www.antennasearch.com
Satellite broadcasts—commercial, military, and government. There are thousands of satellites at work in the sky, showering us with transmissions.
Cars. Besides built-in wireless devices like Global Positioning System (GPS) and keyless entry, the engine and wiring cause huge magnetic fields in most vehicles. (Most new cars measure about 10 milligauss. In contrast, most homes have a background level of one to three milligauss). Hybrid cars in our measuring have had six times the magnetic fields of the worst non-hybrid cars.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). Radio transmitters hidden in walls, shelves, floors, highways, etc. read the uniquely numbered chips hidden in products you buy, and the store-issued cards in your wallet. The speed you’re driving can be determined by radio-tracking the chips in your tires at intervals on the highway. Airports can identify you by scanning through their floors the chips in the soles of your shoes. And stores can not only let you self-check-out; they can also electronically see what you’re wearing when you enter by scanning the RFID chips and threads woven into your clothes, and the products you pick up and put back on each shelf, for marketing information. You can be beamed repeatedly with radio waves on one shopping trip and not know it.
Laser devices to scan merchandise at check-out counters and kids’ fingers at some school lunch programs.
Medical tests such as X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammogram, ultrasound, etc., and medical treatments such as diathermy, chiropractic lasers and pacemakers.
Security systems, including radio-frequency scanning to catch shoplifters, the low-level-X-ray scanning of airport passengers, and ankle devices broadcasting the location of criminals on probation.
Radar—traffic, weather, military, and airport. Not to mention automatic doors at many grocery stores. These send out transmissions and receive signals after they hit an object, like you.
Smartgrid. Not only can your electric utility company turn off your appliances remotely with this technology, wireless signals are broadcast to the company every two minutes from your and your neighbors’ dwellings, and are likely carried throughout your home on your electrical wiring, encircling you.
HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program). The U.S. government’s array of 180 transmitters in Alaska is capable of bouncing 3.6 million watts of radio waves off the ionosphere, or permeating it. HAARP’s uses are secret, but according to its capability, could include weather modification (Hurricane Katrina did an unprecedented sharp shift in direction to hit New Orleans rather than Texas), shielding that can disable the electronics of incoming missiles, and earthquake-causing weaponry. Also radio communications enhancement, mind control of large populations (HAARP uses the same frequency as our brainwaves), and the scoping out of subterranean bunkers and geology. I hope I don’t live over any underground features they want to survey with that kind of a beam. HAARP is an ionospheric heater.
Chemtrails. Tons of barium salts and aluminum dumped from aircraft act as electrolytes to enhance the conductivity of military radar and radio waves, among other purposes.
Uranium mining, processing, and waste disposal. Uranium companies often contaminate the ground, aquifers, and air around their mines and plants, releasing radioactivity.
Nuclear bomb testing. This planet has withstood at least two thousand nuclear test explosions and their fall-out, which will remain a health hazard for 4.5 billion years.
Source: Weness.Org (Weness, NOT Wellness!)
The sad thing is that estimates clearly reveal that 4 per cent of the UK and US population could be affected by EHS. However, despite nearly thirty studies that have been carried out, which confirm this, Sweden is currently the only country to recognize it as a medical condition.