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    Default Link between WiFi and quality of life. Personal observations.

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    Personal observations regarding the link between WiFi and quality of life:

    I got my first computer, a notebook in 2010 and used it in a very limited way. Mainly for university study groups, researching literature, for booking a flight or sending a mail (rarely) every now and then. I watched videos and interviews on spirituality, PC interviews, listened a bit to music and joined PA in 2014. Time spent in front of thŤ screen was short. That changed when I discovered alternative media (in English and German). But the worst thing I did (one of the worst decisions in my life) was to buy an iPad and activate WiFi in my apartment in 2016. Since then WiFi was on 24/7 and the iPad rested next to my bed like a kiddieís teddybear, always available. I started to develop a kind of affection and emotional relationship with the thing.

    My apartment is one out of 20 in a 120 year old house (with thick walls, enough space and a good feeling of privacy) and it always was a haven of peace and stillness for me (like the other places Iíve lived before, too). No tv, no cell-phone, no micro wave. I was always very cautious of what I surrounded myself with and managed to hold a relaxing, healing space in the middle of a hellhole of a city (energetically speaking). People appreciated that.

    Since 2016 that has changed. I got more and more trapped in a state of feeling weak, unsecure and nervous, irritable and aggressive, with periods of hopelessness and depression - which I had rarely known before. Had always been a stable and strong person. I knew how to protect myself in an environment perceived as toxic or dangerous. And most of all: in my private life there was no reason for feeling that way. On the contrary, things were good and getting better.

    Since then I also noticed an enormous amount of dust accumulating in the rooms. No, not the harmless dust you find on bookshelves which have not been touched for a while. More a mix of dust, lint and fibers, things of oily, smudgy, metallic and sharp quality crawling across the floors. I felt increasingly aggressive and helpless against - and personally threatend by that ... hm ... kind of energetic entity? Cleaning up helped only for one or two hours, then it started accumulating again. This was entirely different from the usual air pollution in cities. The place felt like massively electrostatically charged.

    What I perceive is not only a toxic substance or a harmful frequency, it has consciousness.

    It is conscious. The closest Iíve come across that would describe the issue I think Iím dealing with was presented by Harald Kautz-Vella.

    Even if I turn off WiFi, Iím surrounded by the field activated in all other apartments, buildings, all the cell-phone towers and who knows what kind of EMFís we are bombarded with. Most likely there are many factors contributing to that bad energetic condition. Living so close to / so intimately with the wifi router (turned on all the time) and the device was - I think - only the deciding factor to break an already fragile balance, and to destroy the safe, healthy space I had created.

    Numerous times Iíve read here on PA, too: turn off WiFi! I knew it is harmful. Apparently a certain degree of psychological strain is necessary for some people until they react, against their better knowledge.

    Iím just starting to go through Kautz-Vellaís videos again and if I manage to summarize a few aspects, I will share it. This topic has been coming up already many times here, I know. I need to research it from the start and by and by Iíll add the topic-related links. Of course help in adding relevant info and personal experience is very much appreciated.

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    You know, this is something I've thought about often. And at 22, Wi-Fi is my life. Beyond just the personal addiction all of us young pe biople have, I literally cannot work, or study for school because of it. It is a REQUIREMENT for everything from paying taxes and bills, to college, and every job I've worked, even as a hostess at a restaurant.

    My mother had a 2-year period about 5 or so years ago where she would get head-splitting migraines on a regular basis. There would be times where for weeks at a time, she'd be in non-functional pain, and no amount of pain killers or water or good food would help. The only thing that worked was going to the ER (hospital), and getting a special injection that was a very, very heavy painkiller. Unfortunately, in America, where everything is a business, we could do this rarely, because it cost us thousands of dollars each time (which my mother refused to pay, and took the credit hit for instead, which, since America is a business and the entire system is based off of credit, meant she couldn't get loans for cars, houses, or even apply for uni if she wanted to. Luckily we had a house and car already).

    Anyway, I'm getting off track, but we noticed that her migraines would be triggered by very strong Wi-Fi signals. I'm not sure why it only impacted her to that degree during that period, and not others, since to this day, Wi-Fi is on in the house at all times, and living in a major city, all around us. Maybe some ISP was putting up a new cellular tower in the area. Maybe they were testing a new type of frequency, without disclosing it. Maybe something more insidious than that.

    But there was definitely a correlation between that and the Wi-Fi. If we would lower our frequency, or outright unplug the router, her headaches would subside to an extent (so of course, we had it off a lot). But then our neighbor got a new router, a nice one, and his connection was so strong, we could connect to it if we had the password, which we did as he was a friend. Mind you, we lived in houses, so it didn't have to just go through a shared Wal or two.

    It took months for us to notice the correlation, particularly with the neighbor (he then weakened his signal), but here's the craziest part:

    My mother could taste the Wi-Fi.

    Now, I know what you're thinking. That's impossible. That makes no sense.

    The thing is, my mother had a full-mouth restoration done, with dental implants. She got extremely lucky and met a kind dental surgeon who did her whole mouth for free; in exchange, she would help him out with administrative work for 6 months. To him, it was both out of kindness, and because he wanted to challenge himself by doing it, as she was the worst case he had ever seen. Her teeth were in horrible condition, what was left of them.

    We are to this day extremely grateful for what he did; that procedure, at the quality he delivered, would have cost her upwards of 100k USD at the time, and there was no way we would ever afford that; we were poor at the time.

    But he did it, and she has had, for years now, a mouth full of very real looking fake teeth, which are literally screwed into her jaw. Sounds gnarly, but it's not that bad. Her teeth are beautiful and look totally natural.

    Anyway, with a mouth full of metal, she says her teeth act as a sort of conductor, and she can literally taste Wi-Fi, as it gives a metallic taste in her mouth when a strong signal is nearby. The taste gets more intense the closer she gets.

    It's been years since it happened, as far as I can tell, but it's certainly an interesting thought.

    I feel like in 30 years, we're going to really start to understand how terrible Wi-Fi is for your health. And by then, it'll be too late.

    Whether by design or by folly, I don't know, but it seems there's something fishy about Wi-Fi.

    Unfortunately, I cannot escape it in my day-to-day life. I'd have to drive out an hour into the country, and even then, ther are still a couple of cellular towers.
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    Default Re: Link between WiFi and quality of life. Personal observations.

    Indigris, for what it's worth, I believe both you and your mother. There is not a doubt in my mind it could be impacting her in that way.
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    Default Re: Link between WiFi and quality of life. Personal observations.

    @Iloveyou

    "More a mix of dust, lint and fibers, things of oily, smudgy, metallic and sharp quality crawling across the floors"- maybe your (everyone's) Wifi is extremely compatible with/draws on the residue of chemtrails (Ai anyone?)- even having an open window just for a few minutes during/after heavy chemtrailing lets the stuff inside- I just don't think we should rule this out-

    take care Iloveyou and all readers!-

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    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    It is conscious. The closest Iíve come across that would describe the issue I think Iím dealing with was presented by Harald Kautz-Vella.
    These are three of the several Harald Kautz Vella videos Iíve listen to and downloaded for safekeeping.

    Black Goo: Part One

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 28, 2015
    • There are 2 forms of Black Goo, one made by the earth, and another that was landed here by intention, in a a meteor swarm, 80,000 years ago. Both are sentient and are designed to create life from the materials on the planet. In simple terms, its a "seed" device.
    • The intelligence that seeded the off world goo, is creating life that is bypassing the natural order, and bringing lifeforms to a higher level of order than they should naturally be. In this case BIG spiders.
    • In this first of 3 parts, German researcher and discusses smart dust, and the Black Goo. Use of Scalar Physics is discussed, so you will have to pay attention. This is about an extraterrestrial, dimensional Predator species that is silently assimilating humanity, and all life on earth.
    Black Goo: Part Two

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 28, 2015
    • Harald Kautz-Vella continues this detailed interview on the alien Black Goo, concentrating on Morgellons, and the existence of "M State" matter. The creatures comprised of the alien black goo related seem to exist in a partial state of matter, not quite in this dimension. Thus implants in people which are in a translucent fluidic matter.
    • Smart dust is mentioned.
    • A short clip of something that is claimed to be derived from the alien black goo is shown.
    • As with all such matters, detailed scientific results and data is required. If we can get it.
    • Continues in part 3, on the "AI", all computers have a link via an Artificial Intelligence.

    Black Goo: Part Three

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 29, 2015
    • Computer system have a collective intelligence, working under a collective "AI" or artificial intelliegenec. Some financial centres, have a quantum computer , derived from the alien black goo. The square wave signal in computers have a direct connection with this alien black goo, due to their scalar signature. The use of synthetic RNA as a bio-weapon, in Iraq War 2. All point to the creation of a synthetic bio race, with no empathy or 'feelings'.
    • Smart Dust and Bio Robots. Bio-Photons is the food for these octo-form creatures. But the earth, or mother nature is neutralizing this alien black goo so it has a balanced positive nature. Too bad to be true, too good to be true?
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    Default Re: Link between WiFi and quality of life. Personal observations.

    Oh my...wifi and thick dust. I moved to this house in a semi rural area about 2.5 years ago and noticed that there is a heavy coating of dust on the window screens and all surfaces. It's a pale gray and builds up quickly. I even wash it out of my hair each night. My mood has been negatively affected as well.

    There are several neighbors with wifi strong enough to sign in with a password. Also have it but rarely use it.

    I have wondered if the wifi could be part the issue; now the above posts seem like it's possibly the cause.

    Thanks all for bringing this up and posting the videos, I appreciate all the new info on this rather creepy subject and hoping to find a solution that doesn't mean moving - at least for near future

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    Research Stop5G.net
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    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    Of course help in adding relevant info and personal experience is very much appreciated.
    Hi ILoveyou,

    Iím aware that if I spend too much time on the computer, I experience a range of feelings: sadness, anger, depression and impatience. There are times when itís important that I disconnect from technology completely to regain the balance. Below are some other practical things I do.

    A. Preventive measures to lessen the effects of WiFi exposure and EMF (electromagnetic fields):
    1. No computer nor other electronic devices in the bedroom. I traded out a digital clock that was plugged in across the room for a battery powered clock.
    2. I only bring my 15+ year old cell phone when I go on extended trips. The rest of the time itís sealed in a mylar bag. I also keep my iPod music devise that has Wifi in a mylar bag.
    3. The WiFi is set up in the furthest place in a room where I spend the least amount of time in. I use aluminum foil to shield it.
    4. In the morning, I leave an object on my pillow to remind me to turn the WiFi off before bedtime.
    5. When I had a printer, I hooked it up the old fashion way, i.e, elected not to set it up with WiFi.

    B. Other prevention tips:
    1. I've had an ďEarthCalm Home Scalar SystemĒ for EMF and WiFi protection, since about 2004. I keep it plugged in where I use my computer.
    2. Iím always working toward less time on the computer. Some days are better than others.
    3. I donít own a webcam. There's a double layer of masking tape over the built in computer lens.
    4. The TV was tossed 10-15 years ago.
    5. License(s) and credit cards are in sheaths.
    6. The home phone is unplugged.
    7. It's rare that I listen to new age YouTube and many other music videos because I get an instant gut and third-eye reaction to shut them down. If I choose not to, a headache and nauseous feeling confirms my suspicions that theyíve been electrically tampered with.
    8. Plant base, whole foods & filtered water. No Ben & Jerry's since December 24th, 2017.




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    I never trusted Why-fry?. I have a desktop computer at home. I don't feel like microwaving my pelvis or spleen with a laptop.

    I got a laptop a couple of weeks back, but only use it for 1-2 hours at a time. Iodine is supposed to be good for warding off radiation. Likewise, Vitamin C and MMS can help immunity. Cold showers are very good for shaking off the electronic sludge from the internet.

    There are blockers out there, but I don't know what ones are good, and which are snake-oil. Searching Homemade Wi-fi blocker might bring up some useful results
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    Default Re: Link between WiFi and quality of life. Personal observations.

    Just or an opposite anecdote I've gone on several month+ deployments to areas with zero signal of any sort; never really felt any different other than comming home with a very renewed view of the USA and how lucky we are; even our homeless are better off than 2/3 the world.

    Here's where I don't logic this whole topic:

    Hormesis
    works, we know this... it's been proven countless times. WHY would it not apply here? (it's basically the 80/20 rule in physical expression).
    There was a 1: 400,000,000,000,000 chance of you being born: what have you done with your miraculous life today?

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    I can't spend longer than 45 mins online. I get terrible brain fog. I feel weak and have all sorts of odd symptoms.

    I didn't want to believe it. I was in denial for years.

    But like clockwork, right around that 40, 45 minute mark I start to fade...and the symptoms appear.
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    Quote Posted by Mike (here)
    I can't spend longer than 45 mins online. I get terrible brain fog. I feel weak and have all sorts of odd symptoms.

    I didn't want to believe it. I was in denial for years.

    But like clockwork, right around that 40, 45 minute mark I start to fade...and the symptoms appear.
    My internet speed is one level faster than dial-up so it's frustrating to rewind the video parts I miss. The solution is I download most of the vids. Itís convenient when I need to re-listen to something I didnít understand or when my mind wanders.

    Often, Iíll copy and paste internet articles and Avalon posts and catch up later. Itís an alternative for those sensitive to WiFi. You can turn it off and still be informed.

    Aimersoft.com is the free software company I use to download videos and audio. Itís user friendly with YouTube.


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    Iím with you, Indigris. What you say is more than credible. Have already read somewhere about the connection between EMFís and dental metal.

    I do hope your generation (and the next one or two) have not only to deal with that highly artificial environment you are born into, but have also got a different and much more suitable mental and - how do I call it - energetic, spiritual (?) set of inner tools to finally transform it. I can see that already with my daughterís friends who were just not yet digital natives. We older folk will support you in any way possible. Blessings and strength to your family.

    ExomatrixTV, following your link which you thankfully already posted elsewhere, I decided to start this thread. In the country I live the governmentís propaganda / public pressure for extensive implementation of 5G has started intensely, recently. They intend the country to become the 5g-geek within the European Union. Punch puppets, Mob, Horrorclowns! (apologies)

    And thank you, RunningDeer, for the videos. Somewhere HKV has talked about the different emotional reactions of people who had come in contact with alien / Earth goo, directly, and about the connection black goo - alien consciousness - nano dust. Iíll find it, maybe it will take me a week or two.
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    Quote Posted by RunningDeer (here)
    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    It is conscious. The closest Iíve come across that would describe the issue I think Iím dealing with was presented by Harald Kautz-Vella.
    These are three of the several Harald Kautz Vella videos Iíve listen to and downloaded for safekeeping.

    Black Goo: Part One

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 28, 2015
    • There are 2 forms of Black Goo, one made by the earth, and another that was landed here by intention, in a a meteor swarm, 80,000 years ago. Both are sentient and are designed to create life from the materials on the planet. In simple terms, its a "seed" device.
    • The intelligence that seeded the off world goo, is creating life that is bypassing the natural order, and bringing lifeforms to a higher level of order than they should naturally be. In this case BIG spiders.
    • In this first of 3 parts, German researcher and discusses smart dust, and the Black Goo. Use of Scalar Physics is discussed, so you will have to pay attention. This is about an extraterrestrial, dimensional Predator species that is silently assimilating humanity, and all life on earth.
    Black Goo: Part Two

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 28, 2015
    • Harald Kautz-Vella continues this detailed interview on the alien Black Goo, concentrating on Morgellons, and the existence of "M State" matter. The creatures comprised of the alien black goo related seem to exist in a partial state of matter, not quite in this dimension. Thus implants in people which are in a translucent fluidic matter.
    • Smart dust is mentioned.
    • A short clip of something that is claimed to be derived from the alien black goo is shown.
    • As with all such matters, detailed scientific results and data is required. If we can get it.
    • Continues in part 3, on the "AI", all computers have a link via an Artificial Intelligence.

    Black Goo: Part Three

    Miles Johnston
    Published on Jun 29, 2015
    • Computer system have a collective intelligence, working under a collective "AI" or artificial intelliegenec. Some financial centres, have a quantum computer , derived from the alien black goo. The square wave signal in computers have a direct connection with this alien black goo, due to their scalar signature. The use of synthetic RNA as a bio-weapon, in Iraq War 2. All point to the creation of a synthetic bio race, with no empathy or 'feelings'.
    • Smart Dust and Bio Robots. Bio-Photons is the food for these octo-form creatures. But the earth, or mother nature is neutralizing this alien black goo so it has a balanced positive nature. Too bad to be true, too good to be true?
    Has anyone (other than people on the speaking circuit) seen this so-called Black Goo, outside of X Files?

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    Quote Posted by RunningDeer (here)
    It's a reasonable question and one I've asked myself numerous times. I wish I could find the video where it shows how the Black Goo interacted with an individual in the laboratory. It was impressive to watch.
    I've heard Harald mention videos of the black goo moving and interacting many times but I'm yet to actually see the videos.

    Anyone?

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    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    What I perceive is not only a toxic substance or a harmful frequency, it has consciousness.

    It is conscious. The closest Iíve come across that would describe the issue I think Iím dealing with was presented by Harald Kautz-Vella.
    I can relate to feeling like my PHONE is conscious. It's just a feeling, but that's exactly what it felt like. Maybe had something to do with the WIFI, but it went away - I no longer feel as if my phone has a mind of it's own.

    Quote Posted by Indigris (here)
    ...here's the craziest part:

    My mother could taste the Wi-Fi.

    Now, I know what you're thinking. That's impossible. That makes no sense.
    No mind reading allowed in the Mind Control section! ;-)

    I don't feel WIFI, but I CAN feel micro-waves. I stand back from the microwave when it is on because it just makes my body feel funny. Not sick or anything, just kind of like something weird is passing through it.

    Quote Posted by Daozen (here)
    There are blockers out there, but I don't know what ones are good, and which are snake-oil. Searching Homemade Wi-fi blocker might bring up some useful results
    Concrete definitely works. You could encase yourself in concrete

    Joking aside, since it comes from outside us, it must be possible to block. It's just a question of how easy.

    Personally I don't feel as if WIFI affects me. I'm surrounded ALL THE TIME by WIFI though, so how would I even know the difference? I think I feel fine anyway, albeit kind of tired.

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    I can't spend longer than 45 mins online. I get terrible brain fog. I feel weak and have all sorts of odd symptoms.

    I didn't want to believe it. I was in denial for years.

    But like clockwork, right around that 40, 45 minute mark I start to fade...and the symptoms appear.
    I recently went back to my opthamologist for problems I am having reading for any length of time. It turns out that not only do I have cataracts starting to form but also probably have glaucoma.

    Final tests starting in June. The reason I mention this is to make people aware that just staring at a screen can being on ocular headaches, migraine related effects, visual anamolies, aura effects and visual processing fatigue.

    You want to make sure you aren't having other problems in tandem with wifi exposure.

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    Harald Kautz-Vella presents his detailed lecture on the two types of Black Goo, Morgellons, and Artificial Intelligence.

    Much is developing by the day. With further new information on the A-I and the Black Goo, only being discovered in recent days.
    In this video is the discussion and demonstration of "liquid crystal" (quick link added at bottom). Some other topics and demonstrations are microscopic analysis of samples of components found in rain, fungus and morgellons (described as spiders with human faces).

    Bases at Woodborough - Harald Kautz Vella (Black Goo)


    Published on Jul 15, 2015

    @ 32:20 - microscopic analysis of samples of components found in rain.

    @ 46:58 - morgellons on tomato interacting in realtime with scientistís finger

    @ 1:06:50 - visual of an archon/morgellons (described as spiders with human faces)

    @ 1:08:30 - liquid crystal is self-organizingÖ Sometimes if it doesnít like being observed Ö

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    Quote Has anyone (other than people on the speaking circuit) seen this so-called Black Goo, outside of X Files?
    Does in my dream count? Probably not...
    I did "see" black goo in a dream before I ever heard anyone talking about black goo. Rick from the TV show Pawn Stars stomped on my pet gecko, and remember how mad it made me feel (in the dream). He even sneered at me! Inside the little gecko was a bunch of black goo.... yuck.
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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    Quote Posted by Mike (here)
    I can't spend longer than 45 mins online. I get terrible brain fog. I feel weak and have all sorts of odd symptoms.

    I didn't want to believe it. I was in denial for years.

    But like clockwork, right around that 40, 45 minute mark I start to fade...and the symptoms appear.
    I recently went back to my opthamologist for problems I am having reading for any length of time. It turns out that not only do I have cataracts starting to form but also probably have glaucoma.

    Final tests starting in June. The reason I mention this is to make people aware that just staring at a screen can being on ocular headaches, migraine related effects, visual anamolies, aura effects and visual processing fatigue.

    You want to make sure you aren't having other problems in tandem with wifi exposure.
    I donít need reading glasses as yet but Iíve noticed the change. As a preventive measure for cataracts and such, Iíve been using Can-C eyedrops since October, 2017. There are mixed reviews on itís effectiveness on Amazon. Note: pet owners also use the product for their furry friends.

    Diet plays an important role in eye care. Full disclosure, Iíve not been consistent with the exercises from ďImprove your Eyesight: A Guide to the Bates Method for Better Eyesight without GlassesĒ.

    I've worn glasses for distance since my early twenties. Around town, I don't need them. So at the very least, I'm figuring that the combination of the above seems to be working or at least slowing things down.
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