Nose Bleeds, Headaches and More Fun From Electromagnetic Goo

“The eyes of a psychopath will deceive you, they will destroy you. They will take from you, your innocence, your pride and eventually your soul. These eyes do not see what you and I can see. Behind these eyes, one finds only blackness, the absence of light. These are of a psychopath.” ― Dr. Samuel Loomis

Most modern day pleasantries are steeped in guano that is packaged nicely, marketed perfectly and crammed down our throats by governments and media as a necessity we can’t live without.

And although the evidence is your basic overwhelming barrel full of f**kery that EMF radiation will provide you with a host of health issues that seep nastiness into your bodies, that over time, will provide you with many opportunities to get further acquainted with guys and gals in white lab coats, the roll-out of its’ buddy from the other side of Gehenna, 5G, has instant health rewards the minute it’s turned on.

“5G Ready”? UK Government’s “5G Rural First”: “Dangerously High” Levels of Electromagnetic Field Radiation (EMF) in Southern England.

This weekend, a group of us drove around the site of Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Somerset UK. We had an electromagnetic field radiation detector that was continually bleeping alarmingly and flashing red, indicating that the EMFs it was detecting were way above World Health Organisation recommended safety levels. They were penetrating on to the main road which runs past the site, and there were several hotspots in the quaint little village of Pilton itself, including the village hall and the Working Men’s Club.

A couple of weeks before, I had attended a meeting of Pilton’s parish council. It was standing room only as residents packed in to express their dismay about a telecommunications mast that had been erected, without any consultation with them, in the children’s skate-board park. Engineers had informed one of them that it was going to be made “5G ready” at the end of May, in time for the music festival.

We are now beginning to receive reports from inside the site of dangerously high levels of EMFs. On-site workers have been reporting bad headaches, nose bleeds and digestive issues. And this is all before the bulk of the campers arrive on Wednesday. So one can only assume that matters will get far worse once hundreds of thousands of smart phones turn up. – via

Standing room only, with residents expressing their dismay about what has been erected – too easy for psychopath’s to ignore, along with the evidence of 230 scientists and doctors who are appealing to the World Health Organisation to move the 5G wireless signal from a Group 2B carcinogen to a Group 1, the same as asbestos and arsenic.

Increased cancer risk, cellular stress, harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes to the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being – just ingest the wonderful future health affects from the latest technological goo.

Apathy is great thing. It brings us future shittery that we don’t have to think about now. But with the new and improved f**kery from the psychopath’s, we might not have to be apathetic for much longer.

The 5G Dragnet – Corbett Report


Tonight’s musical offering:

Mozart – Requiem – Dies Irae – Sinfonia Rotterdam/ Laurens Collegium/ Van Alphen

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    1. doubt any of us will live that long….nose bleeds means a wound, hemorrhaging, headaches could be brain damage swelling. bleeding on the brain from the phones..yummy! cooked from the inside out. little birds and bugs don’t stand a chance. they are already dying off massively. by the time 6g hits there won’t be much left alive.

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