The link at the end of this article steers you to a page that is a good resource for minimizing your exposure to electromagnetic frequencies/ radiation (EMF/EMR), so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Excellent bits of advice. Save the page in your computer or print it out… just in case of a power outage.
Years ago, I purchased a meter that was advertised on amazon.com as a “ghost meter” to measure the EMF/EMR in my environment. It was an education to walk around my home and see what was causing my discomfort. One of the first things to go was the electric alarm clock. Anything that makes sound, light, heat or motion, produces unnatural EMR. I bought a battery-operated clock that still serves me well. I removed all the rheostats and timers and replaced them with regular “on/off” switches. I moved from wifi to wired ethernet (which is actually faster than wifi).
Pray they switch soon from the microwave frequency to a safer system for electrical and electronic equipment. This stuff is not only undermining YOUR health, but also the health of your pets, plants and property. See “California wildfires”… how did they really begin? People in CA are very aware of the dangers of “smart meters” and PG&E is facing many, many lawsuits. Oh, and by the way, a head decision-maker at PG&E is also Vice-Chairman of Rothschild, Inc. Look it up.
Known as “the Monsanto papers”, the evidence presented in legal cases against Monsanto includes email correspondence and corporate documents that create a comprehensive narrative of the corporation’s malfeasance and collusion with U.S. regulatory agencies.
The Australian documentary, “The Monsanto Papers” (featured below), reveals the secret tactics used by global chemical giant Monsanto (now owned by Bayer AG), to protect its bestselling herbicide, Roundup.
The film starts out with a quick history of Roundup and how its now-clearly absurd safety claims (such as “it’s biodegradable,” “safe enough to drink,” and “safer than table salt”) made it into the worlds’ most widely used weed killer, used by farmers and private gardeners alike. Indeed, it was at one time known as “the world’s most trusted herbicide,” but those days are now long gone.
Between 1974 — the year glyphosate entered the U.S. market — and 2014, glyphosate use increased more than 250 fold in the United States. Today, an estimated 300 million pounds are applied on U.S. farmland annually, and globally, nearly 5 billion pounds (over 2 billion kilograms) of glyphosate are applied to some 70 types of farm crops each year.
Roundup Is Far From Harmless
Mounting evidence suggests Roundup is far from harmless, and evidence unearthed during legal discovery shows Monsanto has been well aware of its product’s toxic nature, and has been covering it up…
Monsanto Papers Reveal Company’s Efforts to Squash Evidence of Carcinogenicity
August 10, 2018, a jury ruled in favor of plaintiff Dewayne Johnson in a truly historic case against Monsanto. Johnson — the first of 9,000 pending legal cases — claimed Monsanto’s Roundup caused his Non-Hodgkin lymphoma…
To read much more, including which health consequences have been linked to glyphosate, click here.
Ever look up? Ever wonder what happened to our beautiful blue skies? They still have them over the Bohemian Grove event every year, the Bilderberg meeting, Washington D.C., over the Rockefeller mansion in New York State… but not here in mid-MO, nor in mid-OR. There are websites and FaceBook groups that document the spraying.
For more than 20 years we have been sprayed with RAID like bugs in a jar – “for our own good.” It’s part of the swamp dwellers’ plan for humanity. Drain the swamp!
Drive from coast to coast and you will see a white haze over most of the country, X’s drawn by jets. Here, just watch this video by Clifford Carnicom…
Devon G. Peña, PhD, an anthropologist at the University of Washington Seattle and an expert in indigenous agriculture, posted a comment to the new campaign’s website in which he called the laureates’ letter “shameful”. He noted that the signatories were:
“…mostly white men of privilege with little background in risk science, few with a background in toxicology studies, and certainly none with knowledge of the indigenous agroecological alternatives. All of you should be stripped of your Nobels.”
While everyone is distracted by a certain orange presidential candidate, a river turned orange in Colorado. The Animas River disaster happened when contractors working for the EPA accidentally released a toxic stew from an old abandoned gold mine. Before we go and dismantle the EPA and eliminate government entirely, let’s take a look at why the deadly mining waste was there in the first place.
Thanks to General Mining Act of 1872, we’ve been giving away our public lands for over 140 years and leaving a legacy of mining waste behind. Actually, it’s more like we’ve been selling the land at 1872 prices and then giving away precious rocks like gold, silver and uranium. Compare two to five dollars an acre with the current price of gold, uranium or platinum and you have an idea of the bad deal the people of the United States have been getting for over a century. No royalties, no environmental provisions, no ability to fund cleanups after inevitable disasters happen, you get the idea.
Sure, someone screwed up and uncorked the Gold King Mine’s river of toxic sludge, but that’s bound to happen when we have over 500,000 abandoned and inactive mines across the country. Methinks it’s time to change course when a law signed by Ulysses S. Grant still gives away our natural resources to mining corporations, foreign and domestic. Dig deeper into the links behind this cartoon and you’ll find some stories that will blow your mind.