The Roman Empire slowly committed suicide by lead poisoning. They added it to their food as a sweetener, cooked in lead pots, added it to their make-up, and piped in via their water through contaminated pipes.
Mount Vesuvius engulfed the city of Pompeii in A.D. 79 before the residents could act. In the end it saved them from the slow death by the chemical element antimony, a brittle silvery white metalloid mixed in pewter, lead, and other metals. Antimony came from a naturally occurring black sulfide and was also in the black kohl used in cosmetics.
In both of these examples the ruling government chose commerce over health, ignoring their scientists and the symptoms laid before them.
This is not a cautionary parallel with the current Covid 19 pandemic; it’s a red flag for the endless push towards 5G by telecommunication networks.
Alan Watts once wrote that the rhythm of life is the “on/off of the universe and extends from the pulse of a star to the beating of a humming-birds heart”. If he was correct, then 5G is interfering with natures heartbeat.
Using frequencies 1,000 times faster than 4G, the latest generation will move our mobile devices effectively from horse and cart to a modern sports car. Before 5G was proposed, however, over 3000 physicians and scientists called for a halt to the expansion of wireless technology in the Freiburger Appeal.
The harmful effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF’s) are already proven. Scientists from 41 countries have contacted the World Health Organization with studies that show this damage.
Over 10,000 doctors and scientists have peer-reviewed scientific studies that show us EMF’s can alter heart rhythm, genes, metabolism, and stem cell development. Their studies show a direct connection between RF radiation from 30 kHz-300 GHz to cancers, cardiovascular disease, DNA damage, cognitive impairment including learning and memory deficits as well as autism in children, ADHD and asthma. It also increased free radicals, caused miscarriage, impaired sperm function, neurological damage, obesity and diabetes, as well as oxidative stress.
Despite urgent requests to halt 5G by the United Nations, World Health Organization, the EU, the Council of Europe and governments of all nations, telecommunications networks continue to pursue profits under the guise of advancement.
Signing what has become known as The International EMF Scientist Appeal, the paper states the following:
“Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well beyond most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.”
All life is connected in ways we may not see. The Earth is not here for the profit of a few corporations. I’ve noted that as we get closer to telecom companies launching 5G globally, there has been a gluttony of articles praising it arrival. Scientific and medical warnings are being forced out of site with articles ridiculing those concerns. The science is put into the same basket of people once afraid of telephones or electric lights.
German music journalist and author of over 20 books, Joachim Ernst Berendt (d.2000) once shared a story about biologist Lyall Watson. Watson wondered at a drum that was beaten exactly every two minutes and thirty five seconds for a full day by native drummers to ensure crop fertility. Only years later did scientists discover that the cadence of their beat exactly matched the resonant frequency of the earth. Native peoples call this, “the heartbeat of Mother Earth”.
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A Contributing Editor on the Arts, Buddhism and Culture, Uriél contributes regularly to online and print magazines in addition to international journals. She has won many awards for her poetry and has been included in two anthologies. For National Poetry Month, April 2020, her poems were featured on San Francisco’s public radio station, KPFA. To see more artwork and read more of her articles, please visit https://www.urieldana.com.
A resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, Uri has lived on three continents and visited 44 countries.