Targeted Souls

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Electromagnetic Grid

Resonance Beings Of Frequency Documentary

surveillance 77

In the mid eighties fewer than 3% of all people in most of the countries were using cell phones, but if you fast forward to today almost 100% of the people are using cell phones.

By the time they’re 19 or 20 years old, our children will have used the phone for 10 years, and we have no idea what type of risk that’s carrying. Now we live an an ocean of electromagnetic radiation.

It’s all around us now, invisible, but we know it’s there. Every time you lift up your mobile phone you know it’s there. It is very hard to turn the clock back, in fact it is impossible, but we need to be aware of the adverse health effects so that we can have the choice of taking precautions against the exposures.

How we could have possibly thought that putting microwaves to our brain was safe. We just don’t fully understand what we’re doing.

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Confidential Report
on
TETRA
Strictly for the
Police Federation
of
England and Wales
B TROWER

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INTRODUCTION

With respect to my fellow scientists I shall be writing this report in non-scientific
speak for all of those readers who have not had the benefit of a scientific education.

WHAT IS ALL THIS REALLY ABOUT?

Imagine the field around a magnet and imagine ordinary everyday static electricity. If
you put the force field from the magnet with the force field from the static electricity
you make a wave. This wave is called an electromagnetic wave. There are lots of
different types of electromagnetic waves but they are all made of the same two
things – magnetic and static. The only difference between the waves is their
wavelength or the length of the wave and the number of waves that can be
produced a second, i.e. the frequency. All of these waves are put into a table called
the electromagnetic spectrum.
At one end of this electromagnetic spectrum you have the very short waves, namely
gamma rays and x-rays and at the other end of the spectrum you have the very long
ways, namely radio, TV and waves from overhead power cables. All of these waves
have the same properties; that is to say they all behave the same. They can all be
reflected, refracted, and they all travel at the same speed, which is the speed of
light. For interest, if you were one wave of light you would be able to travel around
the world nearly seven times every second; that is the speed of light. The
electromagnetic spectrum is ordered so that at the short wave end you have the
gamma rays, x-rays, ultra-violet, visible light, infra red, microwaves, radar, TV and
radio in that order. The ultra-violet and above are known as ionising waves and
there is no argument as to the damage they can cause when entering the body.
Below ultraviolet is said to be non-ionising and this is where arguments occur
between scientists as to whether damage can occur inside the human body through
exposure to these waves. The microwaves used in the TETRA system are in the
non-ionising section of the electromagnetic spectrum and I will be discussing the
arguments concerning microwaves and health in this report.

SAFETY LEVELS

In this country, when somebody asks about whether a certain level of
electromagnetic radiation is safe they are usually quoted a safety limit. This safety
limit is laid down by the NRPB (National Radiological Protection Board). Usually
when you ask about a dose of radiation you find that the amount that you were
asking about is thousands of times below the safety limit and thereby reportedly
safe. A safety limit is really a personal opinion. This personal opinion may be based
on many factors by an individual or individuals from whatever data they have in their
possession. To give you an example of some safety limits around the world, for one
particular type of microwave transmitter, these read as follows:

Toronto Health Board : 6 units

Italy : 10 units

Russia : 10 units

Poland : 100 units

US Research Base : 100 units

International Commission : 450 units

The NRPB for Britain : 3,300 units

There are other values for other transmitters but there is no need to list those in this
document.
To look at this another way, supposing you took your car to a garage and one
mechanic estimated a price of £6 and another mechanic estimated a price of £3,300
for the same job, you would feel justified about questioning the decisions. The
reason that our safety limit is much higher than the rest of the world is that in other
countries they base their safety limits on possible effects from the electric field, the
magnetic field and the heat produced in the body. Our NRPB will only base the
safety limit for this country on the heat produced in the body. I will comment on heat
further in this report (Appendix 1, Reference 1).

WHAT IS BELIEVED TO HAPPEN AS THESE WAVES ENTER OUR BODIES?

I will try to summarise the thousand or so research papers written over the last 20 or
so years and explain or summarise what happens when the electric and magnetic
part of the wave goes into our bodies.
We being water based animals act like aerials to these waves. As the waves go into
our bodies an electric current is generated inside our bodies which is how aerials
work; waves come in and electricity is generated. The electricity generated in our
bodies like all electric currents goes to ground through our bodies and like all
electric currents it takes the path of least resistance. Unfortunately the path of least
resistance through our bodies, although only representing 10% of our pathways,
carries 90% of our traffic rather like the M1 motorway. The traffic in our bodies,
namely hormones, antibodies, neurotransmitters know where they are going
because they also carry an electric charge. The hormones, antibodies and
neurotransmitters know where to "get off" because there is a corresponding
opposite charge at the site of delivery rather like the positive and negative ends of a
battery. The problem is if you have an electric current passing through the body it
can change this charge, either on the hormones, antibodies or neurotransmitters or
the site of delivery.
An analogy to that would be - if you were in Paris on the Underground system and
you could not speak a word of French, but you had a map with the station name of
where to get off and somebody tippexed out one or two of the letters, you may get
off or you may not, and this can happen in the body. The hormones, antibodies or
neurotransmitters may get off where they are meant to get off or they may carry on
and miss their target. As a one-off this probably would not be very important but
continuous interference over many years it is argued can lead to many illnesses.
A similar effect is that the destination for some of these hormones,
neurotransmitters, antibodies is a surface of a cell where chemicals will pass
through a membrane into a cell. If you think of a cell in our body, be it a brain cell,
bone cell etc, as having a positive and negative charge on the outside and the
inside similar to a battery the difference in these charges will draw the chemical into
the cell or draw poisonous substances out of the cell. If the charge is changed on
the outside of the cell, then necessary chemicals may not go in or poisonous
chemicals may not go out. An analogy to that would be – think of your house as a
cell in your body. Essential things like food, water and fuel come into the house and
poisonous things like waste and gases leave the house. In fact a house is very
similar in many ways to a cell in our body. Now, if we had a blockage and waste
could not leave the house or sometimes food or electricity did not come into the
house, over a short period of time we would survive this, but continual disruption
over many years will probably have a knock-on effect on the health of the
inhabitants particularly if they are young or frail. This is my explanation of how
electromagnetic waves affect our cells.