Despite having been around for centuries, it’s not until the past few decades that smoking has finally been declared as being bad for us.
Similarly, we face a number of newer hazards today that are contributing to the widespread illness of an unsuspecting public.
So I’ve put this guide together to outline a number of ‘New World’ factors that are posing a threat to our well-being – along with some practical suggestions on how to tackle them.
This is an informal article and not an exhaustive list, so if you have any suggestions/additions/edits, please leave them in the comments section.
This article is not intended to scaremonger. The intent is to simply provide you with information that you can use in a self-preserving and, therefore, positive manner.
So let’s start with the easiest and most common one…
You wouldn’t hang around a leaky microwave oven for too long. For the same reason (i.e., common sense) try not to put your head next to a mobile phone for any longer than absolutely necessary.
- If you can use a landline instead, do so.
- If you need to make/take a call on your mobile, consider putting it on speaker phone and holding it away from your head (or, better, not holding it at all).
- If you have to hold the phone to your head, try to keep the call as short as you can and/or consider switching the phone from one side to the other every minute or so.
- Also, don’t hold the phone to your head whilst your outgoing call is being setup as this is often when your phone will transmit maximum power.
- Your phone will generally transmit more power the weaker your signal is – so it’s better to make such calls where you have a stronger signal.
- If you’re using a headset/earphones then don’t use a Bluetooth one (more microwaves!) and be wary of using a wired one as the wires will conduct some of the RF from your phone into your ear hole. (There are earphones that use hollow cables, where the actual audio travels up to the earpiece, but the audio quality from these may not be very good.)
- When possible, try not to keep your phone on your person. If you do, then consider putting it on flight mode (less radiation), turning it off completely or adhere to the manufacturer’s smallprint by keeping it away from your body (i.e., the further the better).
- Apple mobile products are notoriously bad for radiation as they have some of the highest SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) values around. Samsung’s are generally much better in terms of SAR values (e.g., the Samsung Galaxy J3 2016 UK version has particular low values). You can check and compare the SAR value for any make/model of phone online easily enough.
- Turn as many radios off on your mobile device as you can – Bluetooth, GPS/Location, NFC – only turn them on when you actually need them. (This will help save your battery, too.)
- If you keep your mobile phone on your bedside table at night, consider putting it on flight mode to stop all/most RF activity. (NB – This means you won’t be able to receive calls or messages.)
- If you’re using your phone in place of an alarm clock and you don’t want it on flight mode, consider placing it at the other side of the room.
(Oh, and be cautious about shelling out for an expensive Pong case. There are reasonable question marks over their effectiveness.)
Wi-Fi also uses microwave radio frequencies so, instead, use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to it if you can. Once you’ve done that, you can turn off the Wi-Fi functionality on your router. Same, too, for your computer.
If you’re wanting to access the internet on a tablet/iPad or mobile device that currently uses Wi-Fi, then you can buy adapters fairly cheaply that will enable you to plug an Ethernet cable from your router into your device. You can then turn the Wi-Fi off on the mobile device, as well.
It seems they’re not called laptops anymore – presumably because you’re not meant to keep them on your lap due to the radiation. If you still want it on your lap, consider separating it with a couple of cushions or having it on the arm of the chair, etc.
There are products out there called laptop defenders, which is a layer of “technology” to put under your laptop to absorb the RF (radio frequency energy). They tend to be very expensive and I suspect all these are is a sheet of lead with a plastic/PVC coating. But maybe one to consider.
Also linked to cancer, it is probably a good idea to avoid GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms). They’re in most products that contain animal-derived ingredients (meat, dairy and egg) – yet another reason to go vegan!
Cutting down on processed foods by moving towards a raw food diet is another good step in that direction. However, as with any diet, ensure you’re getting a balanced, nutritionally-complete intake.
Choosing organic over ‘conventional’, will help you cut down on your chemical intake, too…
As well as in food, they’re also in drinks, toiletries, washing-up liquids, in the air… They’ve even added them to the socks I just got for Christmas! (Seriously.)
Like microwaves, I’m sure someone will tell you that small doses are supposed to be harmless, that there’s nothing to be bothered about. But it’s this constant supply of small doses, being swallowed, inhaled, absorbed left, right and centre that exacerbates the problem of toxicity.
Don’t be fooled by the packaging or the marketing team’s diverting claims. Check the ingredients and see for yourself what’s in it.
Just a few to avoid: Monosodium Glutamate (MSG / E621), aspartame (E951), hydrogenated vegetable fats/oils (trans fats), high fructose corn syrup, Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA / E320).
Too many to mention here, but if you’re not sure what an ingredient is or even how to pronounce it, then it would be sound advice to either look it up or put it down!
For toiletries, avoid parabens and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS). Despite their innocuous branding, Original Source products contain SLS. Faith in Nature products (available from most health food stores) don’t – and they’re very good.
Might also be worth checking that your deodorant doesn’t contain aluminium.
Whilst it’s difficult to avoid eating what’s being sprayed above us (as it gets into the soil and, therefore, into our food), it is easier to get most of it out of our drinking water.
A water distiller – sold right here, actually! :-) – takes out 99.99% of impurities, including aluminium, barium and strontium 90. However, I’m not sure if it can filter out and/or destroy nanotechnology, but distilled water is clearly better for you than drinking tap water or bottled water.
Just make sure you add something like Himalayan salt (available from health food stores) to the jug before the distillation process starts, as this will help prevent the creation of carbonic acid in the water and will also give your water a more pleasant taste.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is another way to create cleaner water, but it is not as effective as distillation and wastes a lot of water in the process. However, the RO process does allow water to flow and can be used to provide much cleaner water around the house for bathing, etc.
It’s one of the worst things you can put into your body. Enough said!
I’m only talking from my own experience here, but I take a good quality multivitamin tablet (Viridian) and a few drops of colloidal silver every day and I usually manage to avoid most bugs that are going around. I make my own colloidal silver which I use mainly as a preventative, but I can usually knock out an oncoming sore throat with it if I catch it early enough. (It can also be used to treat burns, on acne, to keep water fresh, etc.)
I’ve been using colloidal silver most days for years and I honestly cannot remember the last time I had to go visit my GP for a prescription.
To quote the outstanding Educate Yourself website:
As stated elsewhere on this site, a sufficiently strengthened immune system can withstand practically any biological assault. I’ve put together a page called Immunity Boosting which will outline a number of steps you can take to boost your immunity. At the very least, take colloidal silver on a regular basis. Even if you did nothing else to improve your immunity (and you should), colloidal silver will substantially increase your germ fighting capabilities since no bug, even a bioengineered one, can develop a resistance to its germicidal action.
Chlorella and/or Spirulina are understood to be very effective at pulling heavy metals, such as aluminium, from the body. However, many such brands are created in the Far East, so there is concern about Fukushima radiation affecting the final product so I don’t really know which brand to take/recommend. Anyone?
It’s a tricky one this as it’s obviously good to be active, but you don’t want to be out there breathing in more of the metallic haze than necessary.
Indoor exercise is therefore appealing. However, when the opportunity is out there to catch the sun rays, I personally choose to take it as I think the benefits of doing so for mind, body and soul cannot be underestimated – a choice made easier if you’re ‘preparing’ yourself with appropriate supplements (see previous section).
If you’re concerned about breathing in the crap they’re spraying in our skies, try and pick your days/nights or optimise your outings accordingly.
(At night, you may want to look out for “sky dandruff.” When I’m out in the dark of a clear, night sky I often turn my flash light on to see the illumination of myriad particles floating down from above. Leaving a piece of tissue paper out shows no signs of moisture, so these may well my latest payload from the (not so) ‘elite’. It may be nanotech, aluminium or whatever. Probably worth reducing your exposure to it if you can.)
Finally, if you feel a build-up, it might be a good idea to clear your lungs/throat of this stuff when you can – better out than in! :-)
Is your TV set routinely filling you with feeling of inadequacy, hopelessness or being trapped?
The fact that you’re on this website means there’s a good chance you already have some idea about how bad the bad things in the World are… But it’s not all bad!…
Keeping a healthy mind balance by allowing positive and Loving energy into your system must be an essential step to preventing the negative, fearful factors from discolouring or discouraging you from being your true Self.
I have bought a few of the Glenn Harrold apps and they are well worth the money. (He has free versions, too, so you can properly relax if you just want to give it a try!)
Afford yourself an hour or so of quality time and make sure you’re not going to be interrupted. (But you were going to put your device on flight mode anyway, right?!)
It could prove a very beneficial habit to adopt.
As well as checking out the links in this article, I highly recommend the book Infinite Love is the Only Truth – Everything Else is Illusion by David Icke. I didn’t agree with all of it, but I believe it does a great job of putting the new world (order) into context.
Best wishes for 2018 and beyond! :-)