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Ears Wide Shut
If you have visited any of the so called “developing” countries, you may have heard those megaphones chiming prayers, sermons and other local sounds which, to our ears, make little sense.
Indeed, they are not supposed to make sense.
Their words don’t matter; it is a certain vibration they are getting everyone attuned to.
If that seems foreign to us “developed” Westerners, it really shouldn’t. Remember all those c3llular t0wers popping up in every street of our Westernized countries? Any doubt about what those are and what they are supplanting?
Those “silent megaphones” are not speaking words to our minds; they transmit vibrations and frequencies to our entire bodies.
At the risk of sounding new-agey let me point out that everything around us vibrates. Everything. That’s how omnipresent vibrations are. And that’s why you can hear sermons and prayers around most neighborhoods of the un-developed world.
By they way, whenever I hear the word developed, I immediately think of another word.
That word is ignorant.
Only someone who is ignorant of how reality works could turn a blind eye to thousands of “black box” radio devices beaming inaudible yet powerful frequencies right outside their home.
So, let me state the obvious here. Those c3llular towers were not installed to give people faster Netflix show downloads.
Throughout history humans knew how powerful frequencies are, but modern humans were conditioned to ignore this vital part of reality.
Education systems in “developed” countries programmed their people to ignore reality; to ignore that we are vibratory beings and that vibrations are all that is and ever was. That’s what the atheism agenda is all about — institutionalized ignorance. Make no mistake, the architects of “our democracy” are not atheists. Of course they are not. Only the ignorant masses could ever miss out on such a fundamental constituent of reality.
Western city councils make a big deal about minor landscape changes. They spend years approving tiny modifications in pavements, parking spaces, store fronts, and so on. Has anyone asked if you want those powerful wireless contraptions near your home? Have they explained what is inside those things? And why they were deployed at such breakneck speed in 2020 when much of the world was locked at home to “fl4tten the curv3”?
They didn’t bother with giving answers because nobody asked any questions. The masses were too busy twerking themselves on TikTok. And when a tiny minority dared to question what was going on, they were dismissed as weird c0nsp1racy th3orists.
“So, what is really going on?”
Those devices were advertised as benevolent internet equipment. Their function, however, is only nominally about the internet while their purpose is anything but benevolent.
If you look into it, you will quickly learn that the technology in c3llular towers has been operational for decades. You will also learn that those instruments are not consumer-grade electronics; they are battle-tested war equipment.
Now, humor me for a minute.
Let’s say you were a war strategist and you wanted to subdue your enemy. Where would you place your troops? At higher ground, right?
Okay, so let us recap.
We know that those gizmos are not consumer-grade and that they’ve been around for decades. We know they’ve been positioned in higher ground and in overwhelming numbers in every residential area. We also know that exposure to EMF is not good for humans, or anything that is alive.
Now, let’s fantasize a bit, shall we?
Let’s assume people suddenly start falling ill. What benefit does that confer to our war strategist?
Oh, that’s right, it can fool their enemy into thinking that something scary and cont4gious is in the air. And that the only way to avoid inf3ction is by locking themselves in their homes until further notice.
Where have we seen that before?
Oh yeah, mainstream press spent the better part of 2022 telling us how billions of Chinese were forced into long-term l0ckdowns. It was not pleasant but it worked — at least, that’s what the mainstream narrative kept telling us.
Truth is, we will never really know what happened in China, but the official storyline is all the signal we need. Because CNN, the Guardian, and the BBC have been normalizing Chinese-style l0ckdowns in the minds of Westerners for more than a year.
So, in that very hypothetical scenario of ours, it wouldn’t take much to scare all those iPhone-grasping moderners into their prison cells, eh, I mean their urban home quarters. All it would take is a little something — a little “silent megaphone” something.
The masses won’t have much trouble coping with confinement and isolation. For starters, cannabis was recently legalized across much of the world. So they can now withdraw from reality. Besides, who needs to go out when they can play Xbox and binge-watch Netflix all day?
Which leads us to our first decision point.
How much of that hypothetical scenario is unreasonable or unbelievable?
There is plenty of information out there for those who want to research this. Truth, after all, is always hidden in plain sight. But most importantly, we are all equipped with intuition, gut feeling, and BS detectors.
We cannot be highly specialized experts in all those fields. So, at some point we need to trust others.
Which paves the way to the next decision point.
Who do you trust?
Do you trust mainstream sources? You know, those sources who want you to eat insects (and worse); who are telling you that tall humans are bad for the environment; who are telling you that families are passé and that math is racist. Tell me, who do you really trust?
Mind you, not everyone who publicly opposes the mainstream narrative is driven by goodwill. Look out for high-production-value YouTube videos and documentaries. Look out for those “defiant” and “rebellious” influencers with hundreds of thousands of followers who have somehow escaped YouTube’s censors.
You won’t get too big on YouTube, or any major platform, by saying the truth on any of those topics. Those who do, are probably not to be trusted — assume as much anyway. If you want good information you need to put the effort in. Don’t look where everyone else is looking. Stay small; like Telegram-channel small. Big crowds, online and offline, are a counter-indicator.
But I digress. Let’s get back to those “silent megaphones”. How can we mitigate their effects? What can we do to protect ourselves and our families?
Let’s start with the obvious.
Step 1: Distance
If you check cellular coverage maps you’ll notice there is hardly any area left without 4-gee and 5-gee. By covering every single populated area, the architects of “our democracy” are trying to eliminate the “control group” of unaffected people.
Even so, the further away from urban areas, the less dense the coverage. The less densely populated an area, the less EMF there is. So spread out and make it harder for them to m1crow4ve you.
Most people, however, cannot move their lives up the hills. As such, the second step is to learn how to mitigate the effects of EMF. To do that, we need to understand some basics.
Step 2: Conductivity
Radio has two parts: a transmitter and a receiver. In order to receive, you need something conductive; that’s why antennae are made of metal.
Does that mean that humans are immune to radio signals, because their bodies are not metallic?
Unfortunately, that’s not the case.
Most humans have inadvertently been infused with metals over the last couple of decades, and especially over the last couple of years. It’s not easy to elaborate here without getting blocked by your email provider but I’ll do my best.
There are two types of metals that go into our body.
Natural food – things like organic vegetables, spinach, broccoli, and so on – contains organic minerals and micro-nutrients that are good for us. Much of our water, food, and medic4tions, however, are packed with inorganic metals that cannot be assimilated by our bodies. When you read things like “added” or “fortified” on food labels, their minerals are of the latter type, i.e. sediment, mud, dirt. It cannot be assimilated by our body.
If you have used a water filter, you know that every few months it has to be replaced. All those salts, metals, and dirt have nowhere to go, so eventually the filter stops working. Well, that’s what happens to our body when we consume supermarket food and water. It acts as a filter and it accumulates inorganic metals. In time, many of our sensitive organs and glands are calcified (the pineal gland, for example) and joints are obstructed, leading to things like arthritis.
More to the point, however, the more inorganic metals we store in our body the more conductive we become and the more sensitive we get to radio signals. (Bonus question: what’s the number one source of aluminium in our bodies?)
So we need to find a way to arrest and hopefully reverse that process.
A good first step is to minimize and remove any and all processed and prepared foods because they are full of things we don’t want — chemicals, microplastics, inorganic minerals, and so on. Anything with a barcode is no bueno. Same applies to medications and pretty much anything made by big ph4rma.
Then we need to look at our water.
Tap water is full of added chemicals and minerals including fluoride. Water filters remove some contaminants but nowhere near enough. Don’t take it for me; you can measure those yourself with an off-the-shelf TDS meter (more on that later).
Bottled water has plenty of added inorganic minerals too — just read the label. And after sitting in poorly shaded storage you can bet it has plenty of endocrine-disrupting BPA and microplastics too.
In some parts of the world you can find reverse osmosis water dispensers. In theory, those can remove most things. Nobody knows, however, if and how often their filters are replaced. I’d hold a small basket.
The best option, I believe, is water distillers.
Those kitchen appliances boil and evaporate water, leaving behind any sediment, dirt, and pretty much everything else. After condensation (and some filtration that removes chemicals) what you end up with is pure H2O.
You can then choose to re-mineralize it with only the minerals you want — sea salt, Himalayan salt, or anything else you choose.
“But doesn’t distilled water deplete our body of minerals?”
Yes, it can remove the inorganic ones that we don’t want in our body. It cannot remove the organic minerals and micronutrients that are good for us. Why? Because distilled water is not electrically attracted to them, and also because we have already assimilated them.
It is important to understand (and verify) this by doing your own research. As with most of alternative health, information about distilled water is heavily censored and riddled with misinformation, deception, and so on. Even so, if you invest enough time and apply enough rigor you will gather enough data points to make an informed decision.
The promise of distilled water is that it can begin to remove the accumulated metallic junk from our body, reduce our conductivity and make us less sensitive to EMF. At the very least, distilled water doesn’t make things worse, like most water out there does.
Step 3: Grounding
When we go barefoot we’re effectively grounding into the earth. We are discharging all the accumulated static electricity of our body into the ground.
From reducing inflammation and chronic pain, to better sleep and protection from EMF, the benefits of “earthing” are too many to list here.
Step 4: Tools
I don’t focus too much on gadgets because the best solutions are low tech. If you exit urban areas and remove processed junk from your consumption you’ll make tremendous progress. But at some point on your journey you will probably need a couple of things:
EMF meter: Anything from finding the right accommodation, to rearranging your bed for better sleep, this piece of kit is a no-brainer. I don’t go anywhere without my Trifield. Please note, there are more advanced meters out there but I haven’t tried them.
TDS meter: It is a small and inexpensive device that measures the conductivity of any liquid you immerse it in. Contaminants like salts, inorganic minerals and other solids are conductive, which means a TDS meter can estimate the amount of contaminants in your water. You can find those on Amazon.
Water distiller: I believe Megahome makes the best ones but this brand is not available everywhere. I ordered a no-name alternative from China and my TDS meter shows zero contaminants, so I’m happy with it so far.
Optional: Grounding sheets, silver-lined apparel, bed canopies, pendants, smartphone stickers — some of those things are gimmicks, so buyer beware.
I don’t have all the answers and I certainly don’t have all the peer-reviewed papers to satisfy your doubts. My heuristic with all those decisions is a good balance between ownership and trust. I do as much due diligence as I can and, from there, I align my fate with people I trust.
So do the work, apply rigor and due diligence, and find people you can trust. There are no shortcuts here.
If my suggestions don’t work for you, find and explore your own. Better yet, share your findings with the rest of us, so we can make each other smarter.
PS: For those who have read to this point I want to share something, hand on heart.
The nature of the challenge we are facing right now is fractal.
Whatever is happening, is transforming not only the world but all its constituent units in equal measure. It is changing countries,, and it is changing individual lives.
At a personal level it has opened my eyes to the beauty of the world. It has woken me to the divinity, large and small, that is everywhere around me.
This morning, as I watched the sun rise, as the tobacco was kicking in, and as the neighborhood dogs started howling, it dawned on me that I am in the right place at the right time for something beautiful, profound, and sacred.
Thank you for being on this journey with me.