Bio-Electricity — The Most Overlooked Factor Of The Technological Revolution

Could wireless radiation be ruining our sex lives?


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There’s something disturbing going on in and around humans, and it’s happening in the vicinity of our underwear, a zone of the body associated with both elimination and intimacy. Unfortunately for growing numbers of women, instead of the pelvis being a center of health, vitality, joy, connectivity and ease-filled conception, it is the site of embarrassing and uncomfortable urinary leakage and other challenges.

This trickle of elimination issues is translating into a tsunami of demand for disposable pads, wipes and adult diapers. Add to that the cost of laundering wet underwear and wet beds, and the social loss to incontinent individuals who often become less active, isolating themselves from others, in part due to concerns about bathroom locations, as well as embarrassment.

There’s also the staggering environmental costs of elimination issues, including the fact that disposable wipes, which are not disposal down toilets, are clogging pipes and sewers. For example, in October, 2018, a monster clog that backed up the sewer system in Charleston, South Carolina, from thousands of pounds of “flushable” wipes, sent plant officials scrambling to get the word out: they’re not flushable.

In addition to incontinence, there’s organ prolaspes. Hysterectomies have joined gall bladder removals fueling surgical assembly lines. Many women are reporting pain that prevents them from wanting to experience intimacy, while men with prostate challenges are losing their capability to urinate effectively, not to mention other anatomical functions, including fertility counts.

What in the world are we doing and how can we turn this ship around?

In a 2017 Future Project presentation, Dr. Jerry Tennant of the Tennant Institute explained some basic yet overlooked principles of human physiology from the perspective of the meridian system of Oriental medicine, where organs operate in paired electrical circuits. The ancient Chinese healers recognized that there are two different types of functions operating within the meridian energy system in the body. There are functions associated with hollow organs (storage), and those associated with organs that are not hollow (filtering, assimilation).

In the case of a threat to the body’s health, a hollow organ system can immediately empty itself, for example via vomiting or diarrhea. The hollow organ systems are considered to be Yang and to serve as bodyguards; the solid organs that perform duties like filtering and assimilation are classified as Yin.

The names of meridians in Chinese medicine are capitalized to differentiate between the meridian energy and the organ. Gall Bladder, Bladder, Stomach, Small Intestine, and Large Intestine are some of the hollow Yang organ meridians that defend the body and act as bodyguards.

Gall Bladder is paired with the Liver in a circuit. Bladder is paired with and guards the Kidney. Stomach protects the Spleen and Pancreas. Small Intestine is wired in a circuit with the Heart. Large Intestine forms a circuit with Lung.

Individuals who report a biological reaction to the presence of microwave radiation describe symptoms of energy imbalances recognized in the meridian system of Oriental medicine. In many cases, Yang meridian energies behave in an off-rhythm way in order to attempt to defend against the foreign stressor. Jet lag is a familiar form of energy imbalance.

Fight Or Flight vs. Rest And Digest

Long-term stress keeps the body in a prolonged state of fight or flight instead of being relaxed and alert. When the body does not experience the necessary stages of full rest and repair sleep, the crucial functions of tissue repair and cell growth are impaired. In Western medicine this is described as disruption of the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system. However, both the Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic healing systems developed a much more complex understanding of human bio-energy based within the context of time, also recognized as a frequency.

In ancient China, the sky served as the clock and the calendar. The function of the organs was understood to be in harmony with the angle of the sun’s rays in cycles over the 24-hour day, the lunar month, the solar year, within a 12-year cycle (the animals of the Chinese zodiac) and a 60-year luni-solar calendar. The cycles provided correlations and implications for all aspects of life from gardening to planning auspicious times for travel.

There are two fundamental principles that underlie Chinese medicine, as well as India’s 5,000-year-old scientific system of Ayurveda, that are lost in the Western medicine’s surgery and medication-based and profit-driven paradigm.

The first principle is that we differ in our constitutions and have different strengths and vulnerabilities. We each have a meridian that is a powerhouse and a meridian that is most vulnerable. Within a system of self-care, the Chinese use lifestyle interventions including herbs, food, specific exercises, and massage by family members in order to sustain balance and health throughout the seasons.

The second principle is that the body’s functions operate within the context of time. Cycles of sleep and awake, temperature, digestion, and elimination are choreographed within a larger cycle of the seasons and the hours of the day. Ill health generally is not an internal issue but a lack of harmony with Natural Law.

Time in the West has become a tool to regulate the societal needs of mass culture; it is no longer tied to natural frequencies. While the West recognizes that the heart and brain have the largest electromagnetic fields in the body, there are five fundamental issues that emerge when the question of microwave radiation and human health is explored against the backdrop of the Eastern worldview.

1. Every organ works to protect the heart and will sacrifice itself in order to do so. In addition to their Yin-Yang bodyguard relationships, every organ meridian is understood to be able to work to protect Heart, which is actually described as the Emperor. The fact that cancerous schwannomas of the heart appeared in the National Toxicology Project Cell Phone Radiation Studies is very significant.1

2. The brain is protected by the blood brain barrier. The brain is the only organ enclosed in bony plates. Because the brain is so electromagnetically active and so crucial to survival, it has extra security in the form of a physical barrier known as the blood brain barrier. Radio frequencies are damaging the BBB, allowing pathogens that were never supposed to reach the brain to travel into the tissue. The fact that brain tumors and brain cancers are increasingly associated with radio frequency exposures would be another alarming indicator that our technology is not as safe as the industry and its partners would like us to believe.2

3. We each carry constitutional strengths and vulnerabilities that can form the basis of informed and highly effective self-care rather than illness. Enhanced perceptive capabilities are essential to the survival of the species. What the ancient Chinese healing traditions recognized is that individuals differ in the relative strength and weaknesses of their meridians energies. For example, an individual with inborn inherent strength of Liver and Kidney chi is a better detoxifier than a person who does not have that constitutional make-up. Unique symptoms reported due to microwave radiation exposure can be systematically identified through the framework of the meridians.

4. When the natural distribution of chi — or life energy — is disrupted due to stress, the body cannot hold the organs up in space and they will prolapse. Since prolapses are energetically viewed as a deficiency of Spleen chi and depleted adrenals generally brought on by stress, prolapsed organs originate as an energetic, and not a mechanical issue. Structures including the diaphragm, the pupils of the eyes, and the rings of muscle that operate as gates for elimination in the body can respond to stressors in various ways. Excessive slack or tension in any of the valves is undesirable, with symptoms ranging from constipation to leakage to prolapse. In addition to distraction, eye stress impairs the entire body. Internet images including flashing lights, flickering, moving text, pop-up ads and LED lighting contribute to this stress.

5. Assault, as well as treatment, operates as a function of time. Through reverent observation, the Chinese came to understand that each organ occupies a 2-hour time of day when it is receiving impulses from the environment that sustains its vitality. This means that there is no good time of day or night to jolt communities with pulses of microwave radiation.

The promise of smart cities and 5G wireless technology depends upon the transmission of data through the airwaves. From the perspective of energy intelligence, the practice of pinging wireless electronic water meters every four hours in order to record consumption is unwise. The practice causes some people to awaken in order to urinate or because of rapid heart rate — sleep interference that is nothing short of an assault. Cordless phones, baby monitors and wireless smart utility meters that transmit thousands of pulses of radiation per day 24/7/365 are not only wasteful, but also dangerous and irresponsible. The installation of towers and antennas in residential areas to support 5G is the mark of a society in its death throes, although other nations have already forged course corrections in this area.3

The wisdom needed now is not housed in the left hemisphere of the brain and the dopamine hits of social media. It is not found in faster connections. Many Eastern teachers have crisscrossed the oceans to share the mind-body teachings from the ancient traditions with the West. They could not explain that strengthening the quadriceps would affect digestion. They couldn’t say how or why using a computer mouse with the index finger might adversely affect the large intestine. Nor could they explain that a yoga or chi gong practice can serve as a framework to perceive, diagnose, treat, and cure an energy imbalance in oneself before it manifests as in illness.

With our lack of understanding of natural cycles, are we being propelled and manipulated to invest in another wave of planetary destruction under the guise of sustainability with the G5 network? Are any of the health effects being attributed to climate change actually being caused by man-made radio frequencies? Why are we not testing the proposition that autism, asthma, and other health ailments could be caused by immersing ourselves in an artificial electromagnetic environment? Americans living in the mass consumer culture can have a far-reaching impact on the planet and its resources by reclaiming their birthright of living in sync with Natural Law.

Notes
1. https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/ntp/about_ntp/trpanel/2018/march/publiccomm/moskowitz20180312.pdf
2. https://microwavenews.com/news-center/ntp-controls-message
3. http://www.nacst.org/around-the-world.html

Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and internationally calling for new biologically-based microwave radio frequency exposure limits. She is based in Massachusetts and can be reached at stopsmartmetersMASS@gmail.com.

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