Are you experiencing any strange or unusual symptoms of dis-ease in your body? Are you having more difficulty staying on task and focused? Symptoms of dis-ease sometimes seem to appear out of nowhere. Have you had a Smart Meter installed recently? You may be experiencing mysterious issues and haven’t yet connected the dots between cause and effect – the Smart Meter and your body’s breakdown.
Enough people in this country have started to make videos or write blogs about symptoms that appeared practically overnight. My favorite one is the engineer from Silicon Valley who thought people who worried about EMF were a bit daft. Continue reading →
What happens to your Heart when a Smart Meter is close by?
Warren Woodward asked that question and set up a live EKG demonstration and video taped it to prove what actually happens to a healthy heart when “hit” with the signal from the Smart Meter. Continue reading →
Take Back Your Power has created a wonderfully humorous and scary little video. In cute cartoon style, they reveal that Smart Meters do a bunch of things they do not tell you about. None of them are good.
Did you know…
A Smart Meter will connect to all your smart appliances (TV, computer, WiFi, smart phones, smart cars) and monitor your usage, and even power down your usage if they want to? And that you can’t ever turn it off or move your Smart Meter to get it farther away from you?
PG&E has admitted that at least 90% of all the data transmitted from your Smart meter is not transmitting your usage? It’s used as part of a meshed network that talks to itself to serve its own purposes, frequently tied to other commercial uses, none which benefit you.
WiFi Routers: Convenient or Deadly?
What You Need to Know
Wifi routers are getting stronger. Last May a small group of 60 concerned audience members gathered to hear Camilla Rees, founder of Electromagnetichealth.org, discuss the implications of new, more powerful routers. Who is affected? Anyone who allows the new 5GHz to be used in their homes, businesses, libraries, all public buildings, and local schools. Continue reading →