We are being exposed to increasing
levels of electromagnetic radiation (EMR), especially microwaves, from an
increasing number of sources, including cellphones and towers,
cordless phones, satellites, computers, digital TV, radar, wireless
internet, and wireless LANs in schools. This radiation is having a
demonstrably harmful effect on our health.
Cellphones, cell towers, cordless phones, and wifi give off extensive radiation. The most common fear
is cancer, but neurological problems tend to appear first. Current standards are
inadequate; see the FCC Standard
page. For more information on microwaves, see sources on the Links
page. If you’re interested in taking radiation measurements, gaussmeters are
available from www.lessemf.com
Cutting Edge Catalog.
Other significant sources of
radiation to be avoided include fluorescent lights, microwave ovens
(both because of leakage and the effect on food),
electric blankets, and waterbeds (because of the electric heater), as well as
proximity to electrical outlets.
For a more extensive discussion, see Robert O. Becker, M.D., Cross
Currents, and B. Blake Levitt, Electromagnetic Fields.
exposure to devices that emit EMR and use protection where they can't be
In severe cases of depression, anxiety, autism,
etc., Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, one of the world's foremost holistic doctors,
suggests turning off all power to the house, or at least
the bedroom, at night. His website also has items to
reduce or eliminate EMR exposure, such as bed-shielding canopies and
The diodes come in
various types. The two most common are:
round one for cellphones (put it on the back, over the battery) and
computer or laptop. For a PC, put it on the back, where the AC cord comes
in; for a laptop, on the keyboard side or the bottom over the battery. Also
stick one to the wall over an outlet near your desk and any outlet near your
bed, especially if the bed is up against that wall. If you have a metal
bedframe, put one on it too, opposite the
outlet. EMR from outlets
suppresses your immunity and prevents your body from recharging at night.
You can do a simple test
using applied kinesiology (muscle
testing) to show that the diodes work:
you have a cellphone in your pocket, put it down and stand holding your
right arm out straight.
someone press down on your arm, trying to push it down while you resist,
which you should be able to do.
up the cellphone in your left hand (it doesn't even have to be on) and have
the tester press down again on your right arm. You won't be able to hold
your arm up, no matter how hard you try. Why? Because the body runs on
microcurrents, and EMR disrupts them.
Put a diode in your
left hand with the phone and test again
— you'll be strong.
The same thing will
happen if you stand next to an electrical outlet: strong when away from it, weak
next to it, strong next to it while holding the diode. So put the diode above
any electrical outlets you are regularly near.
If the electric meter
for your home is on the outside wall of a room where you spend time (living
room, bedroom, home office, kitchen), it may be difficult to neutralize that
area. You can use the muscle test described above to see if it's a problem and,
if so, how far you need to be from it before it has no noticeable effect. This
is particularly true with "smart" meters, which emit bursts of
microwave radiation as they transmit your power consumption details. Ener-G-Polari-T
says their Versatile diode (placed on the inside wall behind the meter)
and/or Circuit Breaker diode (placed on the circuit breaker box) will neutralize
radiation from smart meters.
If you live in an
apartment that's anywhere near the wall that holds all the electric meters for
the building (adjacent, below, or above), the best option is to move.
Another type of
radiation that can cause health problems may arise when an energy
vortex from the earth creates a geopathic zone in a building. You
can locate such zones with dowsing or muscle