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(03-25-2020, 08:55 PM)Guest Wrote: Very informative 10 min vid on how the human field responds to electricity ....influenza





That video is going viral with 355,000 views in its first week! Dr. Cowan does a great job laying it out in terms that a 5th grader might be able to grasp most of it.
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(03-25-2020, 09:44 PM)Whirling Bliss Machine Wrote:
(03-25-2020, 08:55 PM)Guest Wrote: Very informative 10 min vid on how the human field responds to electricity ....influenza





That video is going viral with 355,000 views in its first week! Dr. Cowan does a great job laying it out in terms that a 5th grader might be able to grasp most of it.

It is dam hard to be a human being these days ... I must agree .
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Or ya know 20x a typical States population density.
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Arthur Firstenberg: The Invisible Rainbow – A History of Electricity and Life [Radiation Sickness Explains All Past and Present Flu Outbreaks Including Wuhan Virus and Radiation Sickness on Cruise Ships] 5G in Context
03 Economy, 03 Environmental Degradation, 07 Health, 10 Transnational Crime, 11 Society, Academia, Commerce, Corruption, Earth Intelligence, Government


Quote:1.1 About the author

Arthur Firstenberg is a scientist and journalist who is at the forefront of a global movement to tear down the taboo surrounding this subject. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a degree in mathematics, he attended the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine from 1978 to 1982. Injury by X-ray overdose cut short his medical career. For the past thirty-seven years he has been a researcher, consultant, and lecturer on the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic radiation, as well as a practitioner of several healing arts.

1.2 About the Book

This remarkably well-documented and -referenced book is a cornerstone in the sense that it traces the deployment of electricity in our civilization, in terms of its interaction with living organisms, from its initial discovery in the 1740s all the way to our time, and even projected into the future. It should be noted that the title refers to the entire electromagnetic spectrum comprising the colors of the rainbow, including the invisible frequencies such as radio frequencies and the fields generated around conducting wires.

Part 1 From the very beginning …

1. Captured in a Bottle

1746 saw the first discoveries involving electricity in Europe. Leyden’s experiment consisted of revealing the electric fluid by means of rubbing the hand on a glass globe spun rapidly on its axis. The static electricity thus produced made a great impression in the schools, fairs and on private persons who had the financial means to acquire this device, with some producing electrical arcs and others brief electric shocks. The phenomenon was so popular that it was not socially acceptable to suggest that electricity could be dangerous, even though the shocks caused headaches, nosebleeds and fatigue in certain experimenters and in the animals used in the tests. Society was taken over by electromania and the most fervent exponents of being electroshocked in good company between two glasses of champagne began to perceive harmful symptoms. In spite of this, the medical establishments equipped themselves with the Leyden flask (the forerunner of the condenser), for the purpose of carrying out medical experiments for abortions or other applications.

In this way a completely new field of knowledge emerged concerning the biological effects of electricity on people, plants and animals – knowledge that was then much more extensive than that of our contemporary physicians, who daily see patients suffering from the effects of electricity without recognizing them for what they are, and who are generally ignorant of the very existence of this knowledge.


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https://www.biontologyarizona.com/fritz-...or-cancer/


Quote:It was 1970, and Popp, a theoretical biophysicist at the University of Marburg in Germany, had been teaching radiology — the interaction of electromagnetic (EM) radiation on biological systems. Popp was too early to worry about things like cellphones and microwave towers which are now commonly linked with cancers and leukemia.

He’d been examining two almost identical molecules:

Benzo[a]pyrene Chemical Compound Benzo[a]pyrene is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon found in coal tar with the formulaC20H12. Its metabolites are mutagenic and highly carcinogenic, and it is listed as a Group 1 carcinogen by the IARC. Benzo(a)pyrene
, a polycyclic hydrocarbon known to be one of the most lethal carcinogens to humans, and its twin (save for a tiny alteration in its molecular makeup), benzo[e]pyrene.
He had illuminated both molecules with ultraviolet (UV) light in an attempt to find exactly what made these two almost identical molecules so different.

Why Ultra-violet light?

Dr. Popp chose to work specifically with UV light because of the experiments of a Russian biologist named Alexander Gurwitsch who, while working with onions in 1923, discovered that roots could stimulate a neighboring plant’s roots if the two adjacent plants were in quartz glass pots but not if they were in silicon glass pots. The only difference being that the silicon filtered UV wavelengths of light while the quartz did not. Gurwitsch theorized that onion roots could communicate with each other by ultraviolet light.
All vibrations of energy are part of the electro-magnetic spectrum. These include electrical energy, heat, sound, light, radio waves and radioactive waves. UV light is merely a small portion of the spectrum of EM energy with a very short wavelength.

Dr. Popp discovered was that benzo[a]pyrene (the cancer producing molecule) absorbed the UV light, then re-emitted it at a completely different frequency — it was a light “scrambler”. The benzo[e]pyrene (harmless to humans), allowed the UV light to pass through it unaltered.

Popp was puzzled by this difference, and continued to experiment with UV light and other compounds. He performed his test on 37 different chemicals, some cancer-causing, some not. After a while, he was able to predict which substances could cause cancer. In every instance, the compounds that were carcinogenic took the UV light, absorbed it and changed or scrambled the frequency.

There was another odd property of these compounds: each of the carcinogens reacted only to light at a specific frequency — 380 nm (nanometres) in the ultra-violet range. Popp kept wondering why a cancer-causing substance would be a light scrambler. He began reading the scientific literature specifically about human biological reactions, and came across information about a phenomenon called ‘photorepair‘.
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(03-25-2020, 11:26 PM)Thedudeabides Wrote: Or ya know 20x a typical States population density.

If density were the cause then why did Wuhan, Milan, Tehran and NYC not have this sort of thing happen every year? And what about the 1,200 viruses we breathe in each hour regardless of density? Shouldn't we get sick every hour?
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(03-25-2020, 11:45 PM)Guest Wrote: Arthur Firstenberg: The Invisible Rainbow – A History of Electricity and Life [Radiation Sickness Explains All Past and Present Flu Outbreaks Including Wuhan Virus and Radiation Sickness on Cruise Ships] 5G in Context
03 Economy, 03 Environmental Degradation, 07 Health, 10 Transnational Crime, 11 Society, Academia, Commerce, Corruption, Earth Intelligence, Government


Quote:1.1 About the author

Arthur Firstenberg is a scientist and journalist who is at the forefront of a global movement to tear down the taboo surrounding this subject. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a degree in mathematics, he attended the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine from 1978 to 1982. Injury by X-ray overdose cut short his medical career. For the past thirty-seven years he has been a researcher, consultant, and lecturer on the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic radiation, as well as a practitioner of several healing arts.

1.2 About the Book

This remarkably well-documented and -referenced book is a cornerstone in the sense that it traces the deployment of electricity in our civilization, in terms of its interaction with living organisms, from its initial discovery in the 1740s all the way to our time, and even projected into the future. It should be noted that the title refers to the entire electromagnetic spectrum comprising the colors of the rainbow, including the invisible frequencies such as radio frequencies and the fields generated around conducting wires.

Part 1 From the very beginning …

1. Captured in a Bottle

1746 saw the first discoveries involving electricity in Europe. Leyden’s experiment consisted of revealing the electric fluid by means of rubbing the hand on a glass globe spun rapidly on its axis. The static electricity thus produced made a great impression in the schools, fairs and on private persons who had the financial means to acquire this device, with some producing electrical arcs and others brief electric shocks. The phenomenon was so popular that it was not socially acceptable to suggest that electricity could be dangerous, even though the shocks caused headaches, nosebleeds and fatigue in certain experimenters and in the animals used in the tests. Society was taken over by electromania and the most fervent exponents of being electroshocked in good company between two glasses of champagne began to perceive harmful symptoms. In spite of this, the medical establishments equipped themselves with the Leyden flask (the forerunner of the condenser), for the purpose of carrying out medical experiments for abortions or other applications.

In this way a completely new field of knowledge emerged concerning the biological effects of electricity on people, plants and animals – knowledge that was then much more extensive than that of our contemporary physicians, who daily see patients suffering from the effects of electricity without recognizing them for what they are, and who are generally ignorant of the very existence of this knowledge.


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That is really intriguing and super interesting.
I'm gonna spend some time researching this tomorrow.
I should have been listening more to the OP of this thread @Whirling Bliss Machine
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Quote:10. Porphyrins and the Basis of Life

Any transformation of energy in the biological domain involves porphyrins [pigments made up of four pyrrole molecules]. The fact that our nerves are able to function properly is thanks in part to porphyrins, which play a role in our cell processes. These are special molecules that function as the interface between oxygen and life. These molecules are highly reactive and interact with toxic metals or synthetic elements derived from oil, and with electromagnetic fields – which, in excess, cause porphyria, which is more an environmental sensitivity than a disease.

Dr. William E. Morton’s research showed that 90% of people with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) are deficient in one form of porphyrin enzyme or another, as are electrohypersensitive individuals – which means that the two forms of sensitivity are only different manifestations, with one and the same cause. Porphyria, which was discovered in 1891, afflicts about 10% of today’s population and first appeared at the same time as the general electrification of the western world from 1889 onwards.

Porphyrins are central to the effects of electronic smog, because they not only cause EHS, MCS or porphyria, but also cardiovascular diseases, cancer and diabetes, as they are involved in a multitude of energetic biological processes.

In the 1960s, the biologists Allan Frey and Wlodzimierz Sedlak showed that our organisms definitely have a bioelectronic component, and that some of our cells sometimes behave like conductors or capacitors or semi-conductors (transistors), like the components that we find in our electronic devices. This is the case with myelin – the sheath that covers our nerves – which contains porphyrin bonded to zinc. Should environmental poisons such as chemical products or toxic metals affect this equilibrium, the myelin sheath will be damaged, which alters the excitability of the nerves it surrounds. The entire nervous system then becomes hyperresponsive to stimuli of all kinds, such as electromagnetic fields. The system enters a state of divergent instability, the effect becoming the cause.

Contrary to the view that mitochondria are the elements of our cells that produce energy, the concept of the myelin sheath as being one giant mitochondrion is beginning to gain credence.

The connection between porphyria and zinc was discovered in the 1950s by Henry Peters, at Wisconsin Medical School. Patients suffering from porphyria and neurological symptoms were excreting a great deal of zinc in their urine, which led him to the idea that zinc chelation might improve their condition. He did indeed see an improvement, despite the widespread belief that zinc deficiency is related to those specific disorders. Similarly, certain experiments have shown that zinc chelation improves Alzheimer’s disease. An Australian medical team demonstrated in autopsies that the brains of patients with
Alzheimer’s disease contained twice as much zinc as those of healthy patients.


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Do all 5g installations have led lights or vice versa? if so we now have it as they just installed led street lights all over town. They really suck as they hurt the eyes when you look directly into them.
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Quote: 5. Chronic Electrical Illness

From the end of the 19th century onwards, urban landscapes were transformed by the installation of telegraph lines throughout the industrialized countries. This technology used voltages of the order of 80 volts on a single conductor, with the return current being earthed.

That period saw the emergence of the first stray currents to which living beings were exposed. It was then that one saw the appearance of diseases of civilization such as neurasthenia, which afflicted Frank Lloyd Wright and Theodore Roosevelt, among other well-known figures. It should be noted in passing that neurasthenia is very similar to electro-hypersensitivity, which is the more modern term for the same sensitivity to electricity. Around half of the telegraphists who were employed to manipulate the electrical current sent through the lines, and were thus exposed to very strong electromagnetic fields, were afflicted by telegraphic sickness. Once again, the symptoms were the same as those of EHS. Later on, in around 1915, it was the telephone operators who were experiencing the same symptoms – for they were exposed to electromagnetic fields from the communications for hours on end at their desks. In 1989, it was noted that in Winnipeg 47% of the telephone operators were suffering from the same symptoms.

However, in 1894, the noted Viennese psychiatrist Sigmund Freud wrote an article whose effect was disastrous for all the unfortunates who suffered from telegraphic sickness, neurasthenia, microwave syndrome or EHS. Rather than seeing the external cause ‒ which was electromagnetic pollution – he attributed these symptoms to disordered thoughts or poorly controlled emotions. As a result, today millions of citizens affected by electronic smog are being medicated instead of reducing their exposure to this pollutant. Sigmund Freud renamed neurasthenia – which was known to be caused by electricity – as a neurosis anxiety, an anxiety attack or a panic attack. This opened the way for the reckless deployment of electrification to continue unimpeded.

It should be noted that in Russia, neurasthenia is listed as an environmental illness, as Freud’s damaging redefinition was rejected there.



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