How a volcanic stone protect you from electromagnetic fields?

Sunday 12th May 2013 

 

“Carlsberg, probably the best beer in the world.”

No... I haven’t lost my marbles, or at least not completely, nor have I sold out on my health principles; I just wanted to run a piece of advertising past you to show how powerful just one word can be.

In this case it is the word ‘probably’.

The writers must have considered how this would make the reader feel, it is a positive word and naturally makes you think that this beer IS the best in the world.

But of course, if another manufacturer challenged them they could say “we only said our beer was probably the best”. No case to answer M’Lud!

Now, it looks like the scientists are at it too.

The recent decision of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to classify radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF EMF), including mobile phones, as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” is yet another carefully crafted statement.

I believe what they meant to say was radio emissions from mobile phones are causing cancer in humans.

But, a bit of careful wording allows them, or their lawyers, to defend themselves from the might of the mobile phone industry.

How can you protect yourself for potentially harmful EMF emissions that surround you? – Click here for a solution.

The power of radio waves

After my rant about the way the Daily Express keeps promoting vile statins on Friday it was really interesting to see that many mainstream papers actually took up the story as it was written.

For instance, the Daily Mail stated that mobile phones were causing cancer and said that after years of contradictory claims health chiefs have finally delivered ‘an authoritative verdict’ on the matter.

Now this is a bit scary when you consider how many mobile phones are around you right at this moment in time.

Even sat in my own study my phone is on the desk by me, my wife’s is in her handbag in the kitchen and no doubt at least one of the kids has left theirs on charge in the bedrooms – and that is just one household.

Then there are the other sources of radio waves; my computer communicates over the internet through a wireless connection, the TV hooks up through a digital box and even the washing machine has a computer chip in it.

Each and everyone of us lives in a soup of radio and magnetic signals that are passing over, around and even through us – why aren’t we more worried about this?

Researchers(1) have suggested that electrical and magnetic fields linked to power lines may be behind cases of illnesses like Alzheimer's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and cancer, especially leukaemia in children.

The raft of scientific data showing links between areas of high EMF output and neurological and physiological conditions has been overwhelming since the late 1980’s yet this information has been systematically suppressed.

As technology revenues have bloomed it became too difficult for our politicians across the world to be the first to flinch – maybe the report from the IARC will change this.

How could a volcanic stone help protect you? – Discover a natural barrier to EMF, click here

What does it mean when you are feeling a little off colour?

We all have days when we aren’t feeling ‘quite right’; a little dull and off colour.

Maybe we can explain this as a result of a touch too much wine, or a heavy meal the night before, but often there is nor real explanation.

Our symptoms might be a tad general, like not sleeping well, feeling irritable, suffering from a muzzy head etc, and we usually look to have a quiet day, drink plenty of water, eat good food and wait for it to pass.

But what if this was all due to an overexposure to EMF?

A day in the park might mean a day under high voltage power lines, or next to an electrified railway track: A morning sorting out the family finances could involve many mobile calls and prolonged time in front of the computer.

All of these will expose you to a dose of powerful radiation – and this could be enough to make you feel unwell.

But, given the fact that we can’t un-invent the modern world what can you do?

The answer might lie within a natural concept called Scalar Energy...

...don’t despair this isn’t something weird and wackily new age, it is a phenomenon that has always existed and was first described by a Scottish mathematician called James Clark Maxwell in the mid 1800’s, and recently led to the discovery of the Higgs-Boson particle.

Essentially, all life has a resonance and energy field around and within it – indeed within us.

When this is disrupted it directly affects our health, so using a method to protect and enhance this natural field will positively support the way the body works.

Discover the natural way to protect and balance the body – click here for details

So, if you do get this balance right the benefits are significant;

- Elimination and decrease in the effects of man made EMF

- Increased performance level of every single cell in the body its optimal, which will boost your energy

- Protects your DNA from damage which reduces the risk of developing a range of damaging conditions

- Improves cell wall permeability thus facilitating the intake of nutrients into each and every cell

- Cleanses the blood improving cardiovascular function and the transport of vital nutrients

- Improves immune function

- Improves mental focus and balance between the functional areas of the brain, as well as acting as mood stabiliser, a type of natural antidepressant

Using a mixture of basic elemental metals and trace elements can help maintain the body’s integral energy balance, no more so than when those components have been modified by the tremendous pressures and temperatures found in a volcano.

Volcanic pumice contains over 70 different minerals including Sodium, Magnesium, Aluminium, Silicon, Calcium, Manganese, Titanium, Iron, Nickel, Cobalt and Molybdenum – providing a powerful scalar energy modification focus for the entire body.

Using this volcanic lava pendant could provide you with the protection your health craves.

 

Yours, as always


Ray
References
(1) Huss, A., Spoerri, A., Egger, M., & Röösli, M. (2009). Residence near power lines and mortality from neurodegenerative diseases: longitudinal study of the Swiss population. American journal of epidemiology, 169(2), 167-175.

 

 

 

 

 

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