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Some highlighted words/terms link to scientific articles and other research to provide greater context for the claims outlined. I do not personally endorse any of these scientific publications and implore that critical thinking and personal due diligence is applied for deeper inquiry and to draw your own conclusions. All this material is intended for educational purposes only under fair use policy.
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Sodium fluoride is distinct from naturally occuring calcium fluoride. It is an industrial waste product that is used in the nuclear, aluminum and phosphate industries. The CDC even admitted that it needed to reduce fluoride levels in the water supply as 2 out of 5 children showed signs of fluoride poisoning, though this was only attributed to dental fluorosis and not the other health concerns.
Fluoride accumulates in tissues, bones and teeth, and also forms a layer of calcification over the pineal gland in the brain. This suppresses melatonin production, which is responsible for the regulation of the circadian clock that governs the sleep/wake cycle. On a higher level, a calcified pineal supresses consciousness and access to higher sensory perception. The pineal gland is speculated to be the master gland responsible for DMT production in humans.
Fluoride is particularly problematic for the developing brain, and a scientific review from Harvard University School of Public Health and China Medical University found a strong indication that fluoride could adversely affect cognitive development and brain formation. The implications of brain damage include Alzheimers and potential neurological impacts. Children living in areas where public water supplies are artificially fluoridated had far lower IQ levels overall, after accounting for confounding variables.
Even without clear correlation, there is enough skepticism to justify the cessation of fluoride use in the water supply and dental products. The proclaimed dental benefits do not outweigh the potential risks, and a healthy diet low in sugar is sufficient for healthy teeth. Switch to fluoride free toothpaste and mouthwash and eliminate from water supply through filtration, if present.
You can check the fluoride levels in your water supply through citing your postcode to your local water supplier. This information must be provided under the Freedom of Information Act. Raising awareness about the dangers of fluoride to friends and family is wise.
Distillation removes 100% of impurities from water. It is also the easiest way to ensure the removal of fluoride in the water, which is difficult using normal filtration means. However, the contention lies as to whether the lack of minerals in distilled water could be potentially harmful. It is advisable not to drink distilled water when fasting due to the loss of electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride) and trace minerals like magnesium. It may be useful to ozonate distilled water to restore alkalinity, as it tends to come out slightly acidic on the ph spectrum. Bottling the water in glass bottles soon after distillation would help ensure that less carbon dioxide is absorbed from the air into the distilled water.
As a primary water source distilled water tastes flat and does not feel as hydrating and replenishing as mineralised water. These minerals can, however, be obtained in sufficient amount through a healthy organic diet, rich in fruits and vegetables. Sadly, man-made interference has leached the soil of vital nutrients, therefore depriving our body of essential trace minerals. This has led to an increase in disease. This can be offset somewhat by going organic, though avoiding all contamination is nigh on impossible.
Supplementation can be useful where a clear imbalance in certain minerals can be identified, perhaps through a blood sample, but natures composition always contains the sweet spot that the body needs. Sometimes supplements can exacerbate problems by contributing to that imbalance, especially considering the synthetic nature of many supplements on the market today, including toxic fillers such as titanium dioxide and GMO ingredients.
Distillation is probably best in conjunction with spring or mineral water, or when detoxing/flushing the body. Always listen to your body and if it feels it is lacking something, then it probably is. Mineral loss can lead to greater risk of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, hypothyroidism, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure and a long list of degenerative diseases generally associated with premature aging. Minerals can be added to distilled water through mineral drops, or high quality salt (not refined), as well as citrus fruits or cucumber. This would at least ensure that other nasty contaminants are still removed.
A regular Brita style filter or Berkey will better retain beneficial minerals whilst selectively removing cetain impurities, but it is difficult to validate the efficiency of these, and so I prefer to source my water from unspoilt organic land free from the use of pesticides, fertilisers and animal waste, preferably in glass bottles. This is a natural filtration process through rocks. If there is a local spring, this is another good way to source water for free. Plastic bottles pose the risk of leaching, and are obviously not environmentally friendly.
In conclusion, a combination of bottled spring water, a Berkey filter (I prefer the travel Berkey for space efficiency and portability) and a distiller is ideal. I would use each of them roughly equally, so a third each.
Water impurities are also present in shower water. At higher temperatures the chlorine converts to gas form which is inhaled. Chlorine has been associated with a number of health issues, and may be absorbed to a lesser degree dermally. Chlorine exposure can also lead to dry and/or flaking skin, dry brittle hair and red irritated eyes. Filtering your shower water reduces these symptoms.
Berkey Shower Filters contain special KDF55 granules, which are extremely powerful for removing Chlorine, Hydrogen Sulfide, Micro-organisms, Scale, Iron, and Iron Oxide and also for killing and inhibiting the growth of bacteria in water. This filter also works at higher temperatures, unlike many regular filters on the market.
This one goes without saying. Sugar is a slow poison. It acts just like a drug on the body, and so should be classified as such. Continuous fluctuations in sugar levels knocks the body out of homeostasis. Carbonated sodas are the worst culprits, containing many teaspoons of refined, bleached sugar per bottle.
Sugar is a major contibutor to heart disease and acquired diabetes, as well as tooth decay and gum disease. It also feeds parasites in the gut and wreaks havoc on the digestive system.
The US in particular has a huge sugar problem, particularly concerning high fructose-corn syrup, an artifical additive added to many processed foods, not to mention the majority of corn is genetically modified. This is responsible for the high levels of obesity in the United States. Fructose corn syrup has been rebranded as ‘fructose’ or ‘fructose syrup’ to bury the negative association through growing publicity.
Refined sugar can be substituted for naturally occuring sugars found in fruit, or from organic honey or maple syrup. This will satiate sugar cravings. It’s a case of substituting synthetic addiction for natural replenishment from nature. Whole leaf stevia extract is another option. Drinking smoothies/fruit juices through a straw minimises sugar in mouth. Always check sugar content on food packaging and ensure consumption is much lower than the RDA, which tends to be inflated to serve vested industry interests. We have to take health into our own hands.
Sweeteners have their own set of health concerns so are not a good alternative to sugar. Almost all ‘diet’ drinks, especially sodas and ‘zero calorie’ beverages, replace sugar with synthetic sweeteners. Always read the label and avoid any chemical name such as aspartame, sucralose, or acesulfame. Most studies promoting the safety of sweeteners are funded by those with a conflict of interest, and the science can be manipulated to produce desired results. The best research concerning safety should come from independent sources.
Milk: Non-organic milk contains hormones and antibiotics used on sick animals, and to help stimulate milk production. The milk is also heat treated through the pasteurisation process, which increases shelf life but destroys beneficial bacteria.
Raw milk will ensure the benefits are retained. This can be sourced from local farms, though it is illegal in most instances to sell them in regular retailers – a purposeful move under the guise of protecting against liability from potential bacterial illnesses.
Many cows are reared in very unfavourable conditions and face continuous artificial insemination to increase economic yield. This puts the cows through a life of stress and trauma, and this transfers to the milk which we consume. Ask your supplier where they source their dairy and contact the farm to get information about welfare practices.
It is important we have a connection to where our food comes from and offer gratitude for all energy received from other lifeforms. Moderation is always best, and there are many healthy milk alternatives on the market to help supplement. There is a strong push for milk alternatives at the moment as a part of the climate green propaganda, which aims to eliminate beneficial animal products from our diet. Research carefully into which brands you are investing in, and always opt for organic where possible. Keep it simple. No need for additives such as synthetic vitamins.
Eggs: Baby male chicks are killed for egg production because they serve no purpose in the industry. This discarding process occurs through gassing or through the extremely unethical macerator machines. If possible, try to source fresh eggs laid in a family farm, or even better, farm your own chickens if you own the land. At the least organic eggs will ensure better welfare standards for the hens with free roaming and non-GM feed.
Energy is transferred between species. An animal reared in confinement will develop stress and disease, which can result in low quality meat and cancers, which are often not cut from the meat before consumption. This transfers an extremely low density into our bodies.
Packaged meat is often treated with the extremely harmful carbon monoxide gas, which is used to extend shelf life, by bringing back the red colour to decaying meat. This ocurs when the carbon monoxide reacts with the myoglobin. The low oxygen mixture artificially limits the growth of spoilage organisms that are more prevalent in higher temperatures, such as through artificial UV radiation used in retailer display cases, which heats the surface of the meat.
Check your country’s policy as to see whether this process is prohibited. Enquire with retailers through email, and opt for vacuum packaging where possible. This may give the meat a more purple appearance, but that does not indicate the meat is any less fresh than the alternative. Meat is best consumed as close to slaughter as possible.
As well as higher welfare for the animals, organic meat is not pumped with water to increase weight, is fed with non-GM feed, prohibits the use of antibiotics and hormones, and has lower levels of adrenaline released when an animal is in fear.
Grass fed meat is the closest to nature. When consuming organic produce, the nutritional density is higher, so less meat is required to get the same nutritional benefit, which compensates for the higher cost.
Meat of the highest welfare can be eaten in moderation, according to the body’s needs. We should always trust our bodies to signal what nourishment we need. Whilst some individuals may thrive on a plant based diet, there are many variables to consider, including genetics and blood type, as well as protein requirements.
Meat consumption should be considered on a case by case basis, with the aim to limit the amount of energy we consume from other lifeforms. All farming practices come at the cost to life, and our primary motivation should be to limit harm whilst maintaining balanced health. As we become healthier physically, mentally and emotionally, we can draw and maintain energy more efficiently internally and from the sun. This way we can gradually reduce the amount of animal produce we consume.
The genetic modification of foods involves tampering with the genome of a plant using molecular biology techniques. A foreign gene from another plant is inserted on the basis that these can enhance desired traits such as increased resistance to herbicides and improved nutritional content. Biologically engineered seeds now account for 82 percent of the world’s commercial seed market. Monsanto, the industry leader, according to the ETC Group, directly accounts for 23 percent of the world’s seed sales alone, and together with DuPont and Syngenta, sell almost half.
Besides the health concerns of genetic manipulation, the biotech industry is also responsible for pesticide poisoning and cross contamination. Most GM crops are engineered to be “herbicide tolerant”. Monsanto, for example, sells their crops, designed to survive applications of their ‘Roundup’ herbicide. Between 1996 and 2008, US farmers sprayed an extra 383 million pounds of herbicide on GMOs. Overuse of herbicides results in “superweeds,” resistant to the herbicide. This leads farmers to use even more toxic herbicides every year. Not only does this create environmental harm, GM foods contain higher residues of toxic herbicides. Monsanto’s ‘Roundup’ herbicide, for example, is linked with sterility, hormone disruption, birth defects and cancer.
Genetically engineered food has shown no increase in yield, and Monsanto themselves have now even agreed that their crops yield less than conventional farming: The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) report, authored by more than 400 scientists and backed by 58 governments, stated that GM crop yields were “highly variable” and in some cases, “yields declined.” The report noted:
“Assessment of the technology lags behind its development, information is anecdotal and contradictory, and uncertainty about possible benefits and damage is unavoidable.”
They determined that the current GMOs have nothing to offer the goals of reducing hunger and poverty, improving nutrition, health and rural livelihoods, and facilitating social and environmental sustainability. Furthermore, biotech firms are selling sterile seeds to African farmers that are not sustainable for more than one season. Farmers then have to buy new seeds each year as opposed to using the previous years yield.
No convincing evidence has ever been released to confirm the claims the genetically modified organisms are safe at all for human consumption. A long-term study, published in The Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal, examined the effects of eating GMOs on rats. Up to 50% of males and 70% of females suffered premature death. Rats that drank trace amounts of Roundup (at levels legally allowed in the water supply) had a 200% to 300% increase in large tumours. Rats fed GM corn and traces of Roundup suffered severe organ damage including liver damage and kidney damage. The study fed these rats NK603, the Monsanto variety of GM corn that’s grown across North America and widely fed to animals and humans.
This study was later retracted by the journal without the authors consent on the ground of ‘inconclusiveness’, which is not a valid justification for the withdrawal of a publication that has been peer-reviewed and has merit to be released to the public. This is one of many examples of attack on scientific integrity by those with conflicts of interest, trying to bury important research findings to serve special interests .
The Daily Mail briefly reported on some of the reaction to the findings. France’s Jose Bove, vice-chairman of the European Parliament’s commission for agriculture and known as a fierce opponent of GM, called for an immediate suspension of all EU cultivation and import authorisations of GM crops:
‘This study finally shows we are right and that it is urgent to quickly review all GMO evaluation processes. National and European food security agencies must carry out new studies financed by public funding to guarantee healthy food for European consumers.’
This study alone should be enough to constitute thorough scrutiny and halt the genetic engineering program. However Monsanto employees also occupy many elite bureaucratic roles, as well as positions in other major corporations. Through centralisation of power, fewer individuals are able to fill and control all the major sectors of industry and thus dictate every aspect of our lives, working together to deceive us in to believing that our needs are being met.
Secret agency memos, made public by a lawsuit, showed that the overwhelming consensus, even among the Food and Drug administrations own scientists, was that GMOs can create unpredictable, hard-to-detect side effects. They urged long-term safety studies. Despite this, the White House instructed the FDA to promote biotechnology. The agency official in charge of the policy, was Michael Taylor, Monsanto’s very own former attorney and later vice president. He is now deputy commissioner for foods at the Food and Drug Administration.
Anyone who challenges the system with scientific evidence is ignored, silenced or discredited. Arpad Pusztai, who is considered to be one of the world’s most respected and well-learned biochemists, had for three years led a team of researchers from Scotland’s prestigious Rowett Research Institute (RRI) in studying the health effects of a novel GM potato with built-in Bt toxin. Much to the surprise of many, the team discovered that, contrary to industry rhetoric, Bt potato was responsible for causing severe health damage in test rats, a fact that was quickly relayed to the media out of concern for public health.
Rather than praised for their honest assessment into this genetically-tampered potato, Pusztai and his colleagues were chastised by industry-backed government authorities, including British Prime Minister Tony Blair, whose office was discovered to have secretly contacted RRI just hours after Pusztai and his team announced the results of their study on television. For speaking the truth, Pusztai was immediately fired from his position, and his team dismissed from their positions at the school.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings in 1980 and 2001 allowing living organisms, including plants, to be patented, opening the floodgates to current corporate practices. A frenzy of acquisition of seed companies and a rapid expansion of patents on seeds and plants ensued. The report by Center For Food Safety and Save Our Seeds summarises what these changes have wrought:
“As a consequence, what was once a freely exchanged, renewable resource is now privatised and monopolised. Current judicial interpretations have allowed utility patents on products of nature, plants, and seeds, without exceptions for research and seed saving. This revolutionary change is contrary to centuries of traditional seed breeding based on collective community knowledge and established in the public domain and for the public good.” [page 5]
The ETC Group, in its 2008 report, “Who Owns Nature?” also highlights the privatisation of a commons:
“In the first half of the 20th century, seeds were overwhelmingly in the hands of farmers and public-sector plant breeders. In the decades since, [biotechnology companies] have used intellectual property laws to commodify the world seed supply — a strategy that aims to control plant germplasm and maximize profits by eliminating farmers’ rights. … In less than three decades, a handful of multinational corporations have engineered a fast and furious corporate enclosure of the first link in the food chain.” [page 11]
In 1999 revealed Friends of The Earth exposed biotech company Monsanto was refusing to serve to its own staff the very same genetically engineered food that it incessantly foists upon impoverished nations on the premise that it will save populations from starvation. Although it has never been proved, Monsanto constantly claims that GE food is harmless – so why wasn’t it serving it in its own office?
In one canteen, run by external provider, Sutcliffe Catering, a notice read that a decision has been taken to remove, as far as practicable, GM soya and maize from all food products served in the canteen:
“We have taken the above steps to ensure that you, the customer, can feel confident in the food we serve”, the provider said. “We believe in choice”, said Monsanto, while the company actually made sure that by not serving GE food in its canteens they did not give staff the opportunity to ‘choose’ whether or not to eat GE food as they de facto ensure that the staff did not get to eat GE food. Yet the same choice isn’t available to farmers around the world, who most of the time have no choice but to plant GE crops, thanks to a seed market that is often dominated by Monsanto.’
Furthermore, companies that use Monsanto produce are lobbying to prevent the labelling of ingredients in their products which contain genetically modified ingredients. Monsanto spent, approximately, a staggering 12 million dollars campaigning to prevent GMO labelling in Washington DC and California with PepsiCo, Coca Cola, Nestle and General Mills plunging millions in also. It raises the question why companies work tirelessly to prevent labelling if the products are safe for human consumption.
With these serious concerns surrounding genetically modified organisms, precautions should be taken to boycott companies that advocate for and/or participate in creating or funding research in the use of GMOs. Although this may limit our options, the benefits this will provide are invaluable and alternatives plentiful. Under current EU legislation, The Food Standard’s Agency requires the labelling of all ingredients, including GMOs. However there is no inclusion of products such as meat, milk and eggs from animals fed on GM animal feed. Cows for example are fed the bovine growth hormone to stimulate the increased production of milk. There is a current debate as to whether this can be transferred to humans, and until resolved any use should be immediately halted.
The Institute for Responsible Technology is ‘a world leader in educating the public and change-makers about the health risks and environmental dangers of GMOs and associated pesticides. They empower consumers to lead an organic lifestyle and shape the changing marketplace to reject GMOs from the food supply and environment.’
‘To protect the genetic integrity and nature’s biological evolution by preventing the outdoor release of genetically modified organisms, and to protect human and animal health by preventing the use of GMOs in the food and feed supply. In addition, they seek to stop the use of toxic agricultural chemicals associated with GMOs, such as Roundup.’
There is longstanding contention between scientists about the effects of ionising v non-ionising radiation. It is well accepted that ionising radiation causes harm and there are already safeguards in place to protect against these, such as with x-ray technology and radioactive sources.
Though there is no consensus for non-ionising radiation we should be cognisant that safety standards set by regulatory bodies are largely based upon manipulated science with conflicts of interest, and so we should take their guidance with a huge pinch of salt and err well on the side of caution, assuming the danger level is much lower than reported.
Independent scientists with no financial gain have been raising caution about the lack of long-term safety data and the negative impact of electromagnetic fields tested on animal subjects such as mice that have induced cancerous cells. The National Cancer Institute themselves state the research is still inconclusive:
What do expert organsations conclude about cancer risk from EMF’s?
”In 2002, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a component of the World Health Organization, appointed an expert Working Group to review all available evidence on static and extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields. The Working Group classified ELF-EMFs as “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” based on limited evidence from human studies in relation to childhood leukemia. Static electric and magnetic fields and extremely low frequency electric fields were determined “not classifiable as to their carcinogenicity to humans”.
In 2015, the European Commission Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks reviewed electromagnetic fields in general, as well as cell phones in particular. It found that, overall, epidemiologic studies of extremely low frequency fields show an increased risk of childhood leukemia with estimated daily average exposures above 0.3 to 0.4 μT, although no mechanisms have been identified and there is no support from experimental studies that explains these findings. It also found that the epidemiologic studies on radiofrequency exposure do not show an increased risk of brain tumors or other cancers of the head and neck region, although the possibility of an association with acoustic neuroma remains open.
SAR (Specific Absorption Rate): Check SAR on your phone model and that it is within safe range. Check guidelines on how to reduce radiation.
SMART devices communicate with one another through wifi and are the pathway to the ‘Internet of Things’ connected to the smart grid governed by AI and powered by 5G, which will be followed by successive generations, each with exponential adverse impact. The smart grid is a centralised surveillance tool and so disabling/minimising smart devices not only affords EMF protection but also greater privacy. Deactivate virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri. If you have a smart meter installed for your energy, contact your energy supplier and request they reinstall an analog utility meter. If this is not possible, then don’t fret too much. EMF damage is cumulative and also responds to fear. You may consider investing in a smart meter shield.
5G refers to 5th generation technology. It utilises millimetre waves in the high frequency bandwidth of 30-300 gigahertz, which have a shorter wavelength that does not travel as far or as well through objects and so they require positioning in more dense spaces. Millimeter waves are mostly absorbed within a few millimeters of human skin and in the surface layers of the cornea. Short-term exposure can have adverse physiological effects in the peripheral nervous system, the immune system and the cardiovascular system.
The telecommunications companies have no regard for human health and will utilise any infrastructure possible, including on top of buildings, on street signs, and lamp posts. This also means devices can communicate with different antenna depending on the most efficient
signal that will be determined using AI.
In multinational telecom company Verizon’s 5G ad campaign they state:
How Does 5G work?: ‘The same way garage door openers, TVs, baby monitors and every past generation of wireless has all worked – with radiofrequency (RF) waves. 5G uses dense a network of ‘small cell’ antennas about the size of a backpack, designed to blend into the environment, these 5G antennas hide in plain sight on things you’d never notice – like utility poles and street lamps.’
This deployment is much more lucrative and viable in urban environments and so it may be a while before these are rolled out fully to rural areas. This of course has nothing to do with convenience or faster speeds, though these are necessary for sufficient operation of the AI network intended to power the smart cities and revolutionise the way we use technology to accommodate driverless cars and a host of other electrical circuits that are an EMF nightmare.
To put it into context, 1G was between 850 MHz and 1,900 MHz on the spectrum, 2G and 3G expanded to between 850 MHz to 2,100 MHz, and 4G roughly 600 MHz to 2.5 GHz. 4G could travel at speeds upto 500 times faster than 3G.
“This is a unique situation in the history of the humankind when the whole human population will be exposed to man-made devices emitting non-ionizing radiation that was insufficiently tested before deployment. What is and what will be the responsibility of the scientists, decision-makers and industry leaders who permit deployment of insufficiently tested technology that will affect us all? The answer is simple – no responsibility… because if any health problems will show up in the future, these will most likely take tens of years of time to manifest and, by then the persons that currently enable deployment of insufficiently tested radiation-emitting 5G technology will be retired or the proverbial ‘six feet under.’”
~ Dr. Darius Leszczynski, July 18th, 2018 in Assumption of Safety for 5G by Government Agencies, No Science.
Information at Scientific American states:
Peer-reviewed research of more than 500 studies have found harmful biological or health effects from exposure to RFR at intensities too low to cause significant heating.
Citing this large body of research, more than 240 scientists who have published peer-reviewed research on the biologic and health effects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF) signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal, which calls for stronger exposure limits. The appeal makes the following assertions:
“Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.”
The scientists who signed this appeal arguably constitute the majority of experts on the effects of nonionizing radiation. They have published more than 2,000 papers and letters on EMF in professional journals.
This is an all out assault on human health and consciousness and so we have to take matters into our own hands, until there is sufficient resistance to disband the infrastructure. Check proximity to cell masts and enquire with your local council about prevalance of 5G in your local area. Raise your concerns and ask for safety data.
Though exposure is somewhat unavoidable in densely populated areas, there are ways to consciously protect against the penetration of harmful frequencies into our auric field. We are electromagnetic beings and that electromagnetism is receptive to consciousness. The mind is the matrix of all matter and our physiology responds to what we hold as our belief. This is well proven scientifically with placebo conditions.
Paranoia and fear will lower our personal vibrational resonance, and so we will become more to infiltration. Practicing mindfulness and visualisation techniques will help to generate a stronger light body, so that our nervous system can embody a higher electromagnetic charge, which will diffuse harmful non-resonant frequencies.
If you are interested in measuring radiation exposure around you, consider investing in an EMF Metre. These are very effective and easy to use. Ensure these can measure all three major types of EMF radiation, including Magnetic, Electric, and Radio Frequency/Microwave radiation.
Metal spring mattresses and bed frames also conduct electrical energy. A Faraday Cage (in the form of a canopy) can be erected around the bed, though these are an extreme resort and vary depending on their type of construction such as the material used. They can also be expensive. In a nutshell, faraday cages work by taking the electrical charge and redistributing it around the cage, rather than letting it penetrate through. It can potentially block upto 100% of EMF, though any device used within will not be able to operate. These may be more beneficial for children who’s brains are still developing, and these would be less costly.
Stay clear of bluetooth headphones. There is not enough convincing data for their safety, and they may well transmit a harmful electromagnetic signal in the brain, as the pods communicate ear to ear. All headphones give off at least a mild electrical signal so if you want to go a step further, consider investing in wired Airtube Headphones. Hollow air tubes switch the electrical signal to an acoustic signal, preventing any ELF (extremely low frequency) radiation from reaching your head and ears.
You may want to consider an EMF Phone Shield to protect against exposure when carrying a mobile on your person.
Radiation emits positive ions into the atmosphere. Positive ions are molecules where an electron has been displaced and so have lost their electrical charge. Due to the increase in electrical devices and toxic pollutants, we are surrounded by these positive ions, particularly in our homes and in crowded and polluted environments like cities. Positive ions are invisible but can be generated by animal dander, dust, pollen and mold, for example, many of which are common allergens.
Negative ions can help to purify the air and relieve symptoms associated with exposure to positive ions. In a scientific review of 100 years of ionisation literature, researchers found negative ions could:
- Help regulate sleep patterns and mood.
- Reduce Stress.
- Boost immune system function.
- Increase metabolism of carbs and fats.
- Kill and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and mold such as E coli.
Negative ions are most prevalent in natural environments free from man-made pollutants, especially near bodies of water and in sunlight. These ions can also be absorbed through the feet through bare foot walking on the earth (earthing). This will help to regulate the nervous system and improve well-being.
Negative ions in the earth’s surface act as antioxidants to neutralise free radicals. The Earth’s surface acts like a battery for all planetary life, and as electromagnetic beings this is the most effective way to interface with the Earth to exchange electromagnetic energy. Rubber soles block the asborption of the earth’s negative charge, as well as man-made hard surfaces like concrete. Walking on wet grass or sand are great for grounding. Try focusing on the stimulation the electrical charge delivers when earthing and how that replenishes energy and improves mood.
Air purification will help to reduce the presence of positive ions. If you are suffering from enviromental sensitivity, it may be worth investing in a negative ion generator, though fresh air and sunlight is always the best antidote. Artificially manipulating environments can potentially have unintended consquences that may exacerbate symptoms, especially where electrical currents are concerned.
Purifiers with HEPA filters are efficient at absorbing particles. To be classified HEPA in Europe, they must remove 99.97% of particles. These filters can capture particles of a very low micron size because they do not travel in straight lines, and so they end up hitting the filters and getting stuck. This is known as diffusion. An additional activated carbon layer can also capture gases.
Cleanse and purify air by absorbing pollutants such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrous oxide. They also help to maintain healty humidity levels by increasing water vapour in the air and may help to reduce mold spores and airborne microbes.
Bamboo Palm: Removes formaldehyde and acts as a natural humidifier.
Snake Plant: Absorbs nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde.
Areca Palm: Removes airborne pollutants and releases moisture in the air.
Spider Plant: Effective at combatting benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene.
Peace Lily: Good for bathrooms or laundry rooms. Effective at removing mould spores.
Pink Himalayan Salt Lamp:
Salt lamps may produce negative ions to neutralise positive ones, though the research is inconclusive. Regardless, the soft ambient orange and pink hues are the perfect antidote to harsh blue led lights that interfere with melatonin production and disrupt sleep, so salt lamps induce relaxation before sleep.
Find a crystal that you feel intuitively connected to. Feel into it with some research first and let the crystal pick you. I prefer to get these in person in a crystal shop so I can tune into their signature.
Crystals are receptive to our consciousness and we can program crystals with our intention and affirmations.
You can keep these crystals by your bedside, in your pocket, or wear them round your neck as a pendant for everyday protection. You can even be creative and create a crystal network by positioning them in different places in a room and learning about the properties of each crystal and how they may interact with your energy body and each other.
It is important that we participate with the energies of crystals. Charge your crystals in sunlight and clean in warm water.
Crystals are supplements to our intention. The same belief we infuse into our crystal should be programmed into our subconscious.
We are electromagnetic beings and that electromagnetism is receptive to consciousness. The mind is the matrix of all matter and our physiology responds to what we hold as our belief. This is well proven scientifically with placebo conditions.
This is why it is important not to fall into paranoia or to be too obsessed with every fine detail. No one can get it all perfect, but the intention itself to be protected will prime our energy field to respond to that vibration. An elevated vibrational state is the most powerful form of protection.
Recommendation: Elite Shungite
We should generally avoid placing phones in our pocket, especially as they are next to the reproductive organs. At the least, keep the phone on airplane mode and/or carry in a bag. Avoid wearing any smart devices on the body, such as smart watches, or fitness monitors that connect to the internet.
When speaking on the phone, don’t hold the phone to your ear. Use speakerphone or a wired headset.
Turn phone on airplane mode and keep wifi/bluetooth off on phone when not in use.
Turn off 5G or downgrade to a non 5G phone. You can also opt to use 3G over 4G in phone settings.
Use wired ethernet connection and turn wifi router off at night. You can use power line adapters that allow wired connections in different rooms. One ethernet lead plugs from the router into one adapter and then into the mains in that room. The other ethernet cable plugs into the other adapter (they come as a pair) plugged into the mains in your room of choice. This cable connects to your device. The signal communicates through the mains line within the wall.
Position wireless routers as far away from body as possible. The same with bluetooth devices.
Do not place laptops on your laptop or directly in touch with any part of your body. A laptop stand can help to resolve this.
Turn off electrics at mains at night. Remove plugs from socket as well. As a more extreme measure, you may even want to consider turning off your circuit breaker overnight to eliminate most sources of emf. You may choose to select certain circuits.
If possible, consider polite conversation with your neighbours about your concerns with emf so they may consider taking precautions too. A simple one would be to turn off their router at night.
Limit or avoid microwave use – again there is not enough convincing evidence and most mainstream sources cannot be trusted. Radiating your food will likely diminish its nutritional density anyway so best to stick to conventional cooking methods, especially gas appliances over electric.
Teflon: Leaches toxins at a heat used for cooking, which transfers to food. Use high grade Stainless Steel/Titanium/Ceramic
Aluminium: Foil at a certain temperature leaches aluminium – a known carcinogen.
- Creams – Chemicals absorb into the skin. Use natural products containing: Aloe Vera; Cocoa Butter; Shea Butter; Vitamin E; Argan Oil; Hemp Oil; Tea Tree; Activated Charcoal; Coconut Oil.
- Anti-Perspirants – Contain toxic levels of aluminium and other heavy metals that absorb through the skin.
- Body Wash/Shampoo – Go for organic brands that are SLS and parabens free.
- Sun Lotion – Use organic sun lotion free from harmful chemicals that protect from UVA and UVB rays. Try Aloe Vera.
- Animal Testing – Check products are cruelty free. Boycott brands that test on animals and spread awareness.
- BPA : Use BPA free plastic, especially when making contact with the mouth – e.g. water bottles. Henrik Høegh, food minister in Denmark, which has banned BPA in products for children up to three years old, said: “Our ban is based on a study which, according to Danish experts, shows uncertainty about the effects of even small doses of Bisphenol A on the learning ability in young rats.”
- Use refillable bottles, bags for life, loose fruit/veg and plastic alternatives like glass.
- Synthetic Fibres: Synthetic fibres such as nylon, polyester and acrylic are not able to absorb sweat in the same way cotton does. They can also cause allergic reactions in the skin. The microfibres can end up in the ocean harming aquatic life. Use environmentally friendly wool and organic cottons.
- Tea bags: Bleached tea bags leak chemicals into the water which you drink. Check manufacturer for organic and biodegradable tea bags.
- Shower filter – shower water contains chlorine and other impurities such as metal. When inhaled as steam this can be even more harmful to the body. The Berkey filter is a high quality filter that works to remove Chlorine, Hydrogen Sulfide, Micro-organisms, Scale, Iron, and Iron Oxide and also good for killing and inhibiting the growth of bacteria in water. It works at higher temperatures, unlike lower cost traditional shower filters, though one of these is better than nothing.
- Water Bottle – Use BPA and plastic free stainless steel reusable bottle. Keep lid off to prevent bad bacteria and smell accumulating and rinse with spirit vinegar/baking soda for a thorough clean.
- Candles – Gives off toxic fumes (especially scented ones).
Health and Wellness
Serotonin and melatonin regulate hormonal secretion in the pituitary gland (the master gland) which governs the thyroid, adrenals, ovaries and testes and their hormonal production.
Having a healthy balance of light and dark helps to regulate the interaction between serotonin and melatonin.
Use blackout curtains/blinds and supplement with an eye mask for optimal melatonin production.
Blue Light – Elongated exposure to the waves transmitted through screen devices during the evening can disrupt normal sleep schedules and can suppress melatonin.
Use night mode on mobiles and laptops/computers, which eliminates the blue frequency. Keep brightness turned to a minimum. You can set night mode to automatically activate in alignment with sun cycle.
Dim main lights a few hours before sleep and use a lamp with a warm glow. Stay off technology an hour or two before bed. Some light reading or listening to relaxing music will aid sleep much better.
Himalayan Salt Lamps release negative ions to neutralise positive ones. These lamps have a relaxing effect on the mind.
Magnesium salt baths aid in maintaining electrical homeostasis and help to soothe the mind and body before sleep. Chamomile will work to do this also, as well as essential oils, such as lavender. This can be placed under the pillow to promote more restful sleep.
For those with a hypersensitive nervous system with restless sleep, consider applying magnesium oil/spray half an hour before bed. You can spray this over the entire body and gently massage it into your skin. This may induce tingling sensations to begin with as your body adapts to the magnesium, but this should subside over time.
As last resort, and to prevent the use of pharmaceutical interventions which exacerbate sleep problems, especially during withdrawal, consider natural melatonin supplementation. In some places these are now illegal to acquire over the counter (this is telling you something), but they can be ordered online. Gradually increase intake to find optimum dose (start low). I personally advise against taking any supplementation unless really necessary, in which case these can be gradually weaned off of as sleep starts to resolve.
I prefer dissolving tablets with a favourable flavour. These seem to absorb better and quicker, and so the effects can be felt more rapidly. Be thorough with your brand choice. There are a lot of synthetic versions of supplements cut with fillers and other binding agents such as magnesium stearate and titanium dioxide. In small quantities these are relatively harmless but they accumulate in the body and are not easy to detox from.
It’s best to regulate hormones naturally through entraining the body to attune Earths circadian cycle.
(note magnesium stereate in ingredients – best of the selection and okay in small quantity)
Mercola Sleep Support (with melatonin)
Our bodies are electrical energy and so the best line of defence is to maintain regulation of our nervous system. Exercise, yoga/stretching and/or meditation will aid with this.
Breathing exercises – Look into Wim Hof cold therapy and breathing method. Deep and rhythmic inhalations and exhalations help to oxygenate the body and its cells which helps to reduce stress, improve sleep, aid in relaxation, enhance creativity and improve focus and mental clarity. It may aid in reducing or eliminating diseases too, such as autoimmune disorders, allergies and asthma.
Start by correcting any inverted breathing patterns. Breathe down into the belly so that it expands and moves up through the chest. Ensure the pelvic floor is relaxing on the inhale to release tension and deactivate the fight/flight response. Correcting breathing habits takes time. Be patient and stick at it. It can induce stress due to engrained habits but over time the correction will become your default.
Sunlight – Get natural sunlight for at least an hour every day to ensure healthy Vitamin D3 levels. Otherwise supplement with an organic form of vitamin d3 (calciferol).
- Laptop Stand – This brings computer to eye level to help relieve back pain and improve posture. Advisable to sit far enough back to avoid straining eyes.
- Stretching/Resistance Bands- These help to relieve built up tension and knots in muscles. When stuck at a desk for long periods, periodically have a brief walk and stretch. Use resistance bands where possible.
- Mattress – Contrary to popular opinion, memory foam mattresses are not the best out there. They damage the back and do not provide stability. Opt for something more supportive and firm.
- Desk Chair – Use ergonomic and straight desk chair that covers whole back. Sit with should blades pinched together, shoulder back and neck straight.
- Squatting Stool – Help to relieve bowels in the correct way.
- Electric Toothbrush – More effective than manual because can reach more difficult areas.
- Brushing Habits – Don’t heavily rinse mouth with water after brushing. Retaining the toothpaste to continue cleaning. Don’t brush after eating as can push particles into gums. Use fluroide toothpaste.
- Dental Floss. Toothbrushes can only reach about 60/70% of plaque, as it can’t get in between the teeth. This allows bacteria to harbour and spread, leading to potential infection. Flossing gets in between the spaces.
- Tepe brush – These are great for getting in the space between teeth. Insert carefully from the front nearest to the gumline. There are different sizes/colours available for different gaps.
- Mouthwash – Mouthwash eliminates remaining bacteria in the mouth. There are fluoride free brands but ones containing chlorhexidine are most effective if there are signs of inflammation/bleeding/gingivitis.
- Oil Pulling- Swish a tablespoon of high quality oil (preferably coconut) and pull through teeth for around 20 minutes, then spit out. This releases toxins/bacteria from the teeth and gums. *Best to do first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. *Do not gargle or swallow as solution contains all the extracted toxins.
- Metal – Remove mercury fillings and other metal in mouth, where possible. Replace with biocompatible ceramic alternatives such as zirconia.
- Avoid Root Canal Treatment – When you cover a dead tooth with a crown, you create an anaerobic environment where bacteria can thrive and replicate. This can damage gums and teeth and spread to the body (systemic effects). Once a tooth is dead, it is best to remove and fill the space with a zirconia implant, which is the most biocompatible alternative available and best long-term solution.
- Dental Hygiene Appointment – Attending a dental hygiene appointment every 6 months can prevent long-term cavities, decay and infection and stop the gum-line and bone from receding (Gingivitis and Periodontitis).
The sun has its own potent electromagnetic charge that activates DNA. This is why great efforts are undertaken to block our access to these rays and to peddle the narrative that the sun is harmful. Of course, common sense applies in hot conditions.
Limit use of toxic sunblock, or use an organic sun cream containing aloe vera with as low spf as your body can tolerate without getting sunburnt. Sunglasses also block absorption of the suns rays. I don’t believe this is by chance. When the sun is not too intense, consider sun gazing. This gets easier over time but take precaution at first and use common sense. The sun absorbs well through the eyes.
Take the time to detach and connect to the natural world. Nature oxygenates and grounds and has far less harmful EMF. Go for daily walks to maximise sunlight and fresh air, especially on sunny days. Go for a dip or swim in a natural body of water.
Grounding Mats/Barefoot Walks – Using grounding mats indoors and walking barefoot on natural surfaces helps to reconnect the body with the electrical charge of the Earth and its negative electrons.