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French summary by Sosthène Berger, Dipl-Ing
also at 5GExposed Website
Radiation Sickness Explains
all Past and Present Flu Outbreaks including
Wuhan Virus and Radiation Sickness on Cruise Ships,
5G in Context
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After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a degree in mathematics, he attended the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine from 1978 to 1982. Injury by X-ray overdose cut short his medical career.
For the past thirty-seven
years he has been a researcher, consultant, and lecturer on the
health and environmental effects of electromagnetic radiation, as
well as a practitioner of several healing arts.
It should be noted that
the title refers to the entire electromagnetic spectrum comprising
the colors of the rainbow, including the invisible frequencies such
as radio frequencies and the fields generated around conducting
The static electricity thus produced made a great impression in the schools, fairs and on private persons who had the financial means to acquire this device, with some producing electrical arcs and others brief electric shocks.
The phenomenon was so popular that it was not socially acceptable to suggest that electricity could be dangerous, even though the shocks caused headaches, nosebleeds and fatigue in certain experimenters and in the animals used in the tests.
Society was taken over by electromania and the most fervent exponents of being electroshocked in good company between two glasses of champagne began to perceive harmful symptoms.
In spite of this, the
medical establishments equipped themselves with the Leyden flask
(the forerunner of the condenser), for the purpose of carrying out
medical experiments for abortions or other applications.
Certain cures were brought about using electricity - as for example in 1851, when the neurologist Duchenne treated deafness in dozens of patients by means of locally applied electrical impulses.
Experiments were carried out - notably by Volta in Italy, as well as other researchers in the western world - which found evidence that the nervous, cardiac, cardiovascular, gustatory, sudatory and other systems could be stimulated using the electricity produced by galvanic couples.
It was found that the number of curative effects were significantly fewer than the harmful effects that were listed, which include the symptoms of electro-sensitivity (ES) known today, such as,
Reading that account, it is clear that this botanist must have been severely affected. Other professors and researchers had the same unfortunate experience and were thus forced to stop their work.
Even the famous Benjamin Franklin was affected by a neurological illness during his researches on electricity from 1753 onwards, and the symptoms are largely reminiscent of electro-hypersensitivity.
So much so that, at the end of the 18th century, it was generally acknowledged that electricity could make people ill, depending on the sex, the morphology and the physical condition of the individual concerned. It had similarly been observed that certain individuals reacted strongly to changes in the weather, which often correlated with electrical changes in the atmosphere.
The names of some of those individuals are still famous today, among them,
Where electricity was concerned, on the one hand there was Luigi Galvani, who regarded electricity as an integral part of the living organism, and on the other Volta's theory that electricity was only a "secondary" effect of internal chemical reactions in the living organism.
Volta, the inventor of
the extremely useful electric battery, which had the potential to
become a great money-spinner, succeeded in winning the argument
against the more global view of the interaction between electricity
and the living organism.
This technology used
voltages of the order of 80 volts on a single conductor, with the
return current being earthed.
Around half of the telegraphists who were employed to manipulate the electrical current sent through the lines, and were thus exposed to very strong electromagnetic fields, were afflicted by telegraphic sickness.
Once again, the symptoms were the same as those of EHS.
Later on, in around 1915,
it was the telephone operators who were experiencing the same
symptoms - for they were exposed to electromagnetic fields from the
communications for hours on end at their desks. In 1989, it was
noted that in Winnipeg 47% of the telephone operators were suffering
from the same symptoms.
As a result, today millions of citizens affected by electronic smog are being medicated instead of reducing their exposure to this pollutant.
renamed neurasthenia - which was known to be caused by electricity -
as a neurosis anxiety, an anxiety attack or a panic attack. This
opened the way for the reckless deployment of electrification to
He discovered that the nerves of plants or animals display variable behavior and that their resistivity can vary considerably, depending on the application of the current and its polarity. He also noted that the intensity of current necessary to modify the conductivity of the nerves is infinitesimal in terms of the voltage applied - something in the order of 0.3 microamperes (0.3x10-6).
That current is significantly less than the current that is induced through a telephone conversation using a cell phone. Bose likewise discovered that the threshold of a current's bioactivity is 1 femtoampere (1x10-15)!
As this researcher was also familiar with radio-frequency transmissions, he carried out an experiment in which a plant was exposed to a radio signal of 30 MHz at a distance of about 218 yards (200 meters) and found that the plant's growth was retarded during the emission period.
He likewise showed that
the circulation of sap in the plant slowed down when it was
irradiated by the same radio signal.
There followed a battle
of the currents, even though many scientists, including Edison,
strongly criticized the more dangerous effects of alternating
current. Ironically, it's precisely because alternating current is
more harmful that it is used in the electric chair. And as everyone
knows, the electrical current of the power grid is… alternating!
That same year, as if by
chance, doctors were inundated with cases of flu, which had until
then appeared only infrequently. The victims' symptoms were far more
neurological in nature, resembling neurasthenia, and did not include
respiratory disorders. The pandemic lasted for four years and killed
at least a million people.
experiments seeking to prove direct contagion through close contact,
droplets of mucus or other processes have proved fruitless.
All attempts to do so
have met with failure.
In 1905, he married Beatrice O'Brien and after their honeymoon, they settled on the island close to a transmitter. As soon as Beatrice had settled in, she began to complain of tinnitus.
After three months, she fell ill with severe jaundice. She had to return to London to give birth to a baby who only lived for a few weeks and died of "unknown causes."
During the same period, Marconi spent several months suffering from fever and delirium. Between 1918 and 1921, he suffered suicidal depression while working on a shortwave transmitter. In 1927, while on his honeymoon from his second marriage, he collapsed with chest pain and was diagnosed with serious cardiac disorders.
Between 1934 and 1937,
while he was developing microwave technology, he had nine heart
attacks - the final one killing him at the age of 63.
This epidemic rapidly spread to 1,127 soldiers at Funston Camp (Kansas), where wireless connections had been installed. What intrigued the doctors was that while 15% of the civilian population were suffering from nosebleeds, 40% of the Navy suffered from them.
Other bleeding also occurred, and a third of those who died did so due to internal hemorrhaging of the lungs or brain. In fact, it was the composition of the blood that had been altered, as the measured coagulation time was more than twice as long as normal. These symptoms are incompatible with the effects of the influenza respiratory viruses, but totally consistent with the devastating effects of electricity.
Another incongruity was that two-thirds of the victims were healthy young people.
A further atypical flu symptom was that the pulse slowed to rates of between 36 and 48, whereas this is a common result of exposure to electromagnetic fields.
In addition, it was
possible to successfully treat some sufferers with massive doses of
The exchanges of electricity between the earth's crust, the atmosphere and even the ionosphere are permanent and constant. They are in a delicate balance, and a kind of electrical "respiration" of the entire system has allowed life to develop on our planet, which is charged with negative ions, balanced by the positively charged ionosphere.
An average vertical
electrical field of the order of 130 volts per meter can be
observed, with values that can, for example, rise to 4,000 volts per
meter during storms. In 1953, one of the primary parameters of this
electrical oscillation of our environment was discovered, in the
form of (Winfried)
Schumann's frequencies, which
"respire" at 7.83 hertz, with harmonics at 14, 20, 26, 32 Hz, called
very low frequencies (VLF).
While we perceive the
visible frequencies - ranging from blue to red - of the
electromagnetic spectrum, some animals are able to see other
electromagnetic frequencies - such as bees, which can see
ultraviolet frequencies, or those salamanders or catfish which can
see the low electrical frequencies, while snakes are able to see the
Similarly, hamsters raised in Faraday cages refused to hibernate, even though the light and temperature parameters corresponded to those of winter, until the Faraday protection was removed.
Other experiments were conducted, such as that carried out at the Max Plank Institute in 1967 by the physiologist Rütger Wever, using two buried rooms without windows or outside contact - one shielded from natural electromagnetic fields, the other one not.
It was shown that in the shielded chamber, the circadian rhythms of the volunteers became desynchronized and could vary between 12 and 65 hours, accompanied by metabolic disorders, while the subjects in the chamber immersed in the earth's fields kept a coherent rhythm of around 24 hours and their metabolism continued to function more normally.
It has been
scientifically demonstrated that a living organism needs to be
bathed in the electromagnetic system of our natural environment in
order to function well.
These meridians serve
dual functions: they not only transport information and energy
internally from one organ of the body to another, but also serve as
antennas for picking up the flow of environmental electromagnetic
By injecting a signal
into space and capturing its echo, it was established that the
initial signal had in fact been modified by multiples of the 60 Hz
power grid used in North America.
The fact that our nerves are able to function properly is thanks in part to porphyrins, which play a role in our cell processes. These are special molecules that function as the interface between oxygen and life.
These molecules are
highly reactive and interact with toxic metals or synthetic elements
derived from oil, and with electromagnetic fields - which, in
excess, cause porphyria, which is more an environmental sensitivity
than a disease.
Porphyria, which was
discovered in 1891, afflicts about 10% of today's population and
first appeared at the same time as the general electrification of
the western world from 1889 onwards.
This is the case with myelin - the sheath that covers our nerves - which contains porphyrin bonded to zinc. Should environmental poisons such as chemical products or toxic metals affect this equilibrium, the myelin sheath will be damaged, which alters the excitability of the nerves it surrounds.
The entire nervous system
then becomes hyper-responsive to stimuli of all kinds, such as
electromagnetic fields. The system enters a state of divergent
instability, the effect becoming the cause.
He did indeed see an improvement, despite the widespread belief that zinc deficiency is related to those specific disorders. Similarly, certain experiments have shown that zinc chelation improves Alzheimer's disease.
An Australian medical
team demonstrated in autopsies that the brains of patients with
Alzheimer's disease contained twice as much zinc as those of healthy
From then on, cases steadily increased by 10% per year until 1996, when the rate suddenly doubled to 64 cases, rising to 66 in the following year and 76 in the last year of the study.
The American medical community could find no explanation for this, while in Europe in 2002, German environmental physicians launched an appeal calling for a moratorium on antennas and cell towers, as the waves they were emitting were causing cardiovascular disorders.
That was the Freiburg
The only parameter that
had dramatically changed was the increase in radio frequencies.
This study revealed that the soldiers were in fact physiologically less resistant and suffered from irritable heart. They had difficulty in assimilating oxygen and had to breathe twice as fast as their comrades in better health in order to get enough oxygen. It emerged that their mitochondria were not functioning efficiently.
In the end, the study
showed that these soldiers were hypersensitive in a general sense,
but particularly to electricity.
Alexander Graham Bell, who worked in the field of telegraphy and
invented the telephone, was known to constantly complain of the
symptoms of neurasthenia, known as EHS today. In 1915, he too was
diagnosed with diabetes.
During those years, neither lifestyle nor diet could explain such a divergence.
One environmental factor, however, can indeed explain such a difference: the electrification of Native American reservations proceeded at different paces, and those in the North-West were only electrified much later. By contrast, the Arizona reservation lies in the immediate vicinity of Phoenix.
Moreover, this Native
American community had its own power plant and its own
In 2012, there were 91
deaths and diabetes was the eighth leading cause of death in the
country, even though people's diet had not changed!
In fact, in the period
from 1997 to 2003, the children living within a 12 km radius of the
radio antennas had an eight times higher rate of leukemia, lymphomas
or myelomas than those who lived further away. The same held true
for adults, with a rate seven times higher.
The initial oxygen
deprivation is due to a malfunction of the mitochondria - which, as
we have seen, can be caused by electromagnetic fields or other
pollutants, such as smoke, pesticides, food additives and air
pollution. The same principle of cellular oxygen deficiency applies
to diabetes, which is why there is a higher rate of cancers among
diabetics than in the rest of the population.
The true explanation for
this can be found in the mass deployment of the telegraph in 1854.
They point to a significant increase in rates in 1920, 1955, 1969 and a decrease (!) in 1978, corresponding respectively to the increase in radio frequency smog due to the introduction of AM radio, FM radio and TV1, the arrival of color TV2, and then the cessation of AM radio broadcasts.
These same researchers have likewise found a very clear linear correlation between the number of FM radio transmitters per region and the incidence of melanomas, with the exposed locations having 11 times more melanomas than the "white zones".
They also found that melanomas rarely appear on those areas of the body most exposed to the sun, such as the forehead, nose, shoulders and feet, but more often in those areas of the body usually protected from the sun. Moreover, the proliferation of skin cancers occurred before the coming into fashion of seaside holidays, during which sun exposure is intense.
This shows that melanomas
are not predominantly caused by the sun, but by radio frequencies.
One of their studies even shows a decrease in the incidence of tumors, correlating with the intensive use of cell phones!
However, the University
of Calgary has found evidence of a 30% increase in the incidence of
malignant brain tumors in the period from 2012 to 2013, and
Lennart Hardell, Professor of Oncology at the University
Hospital of Örebro in Sweden, has demonstrated that 2,000 hours of
cell phone use increases the risk of developing a tumor by a factor
of between three and eight, depending on the age of the subject and
their phone habits.
Those who lived within 1
km of the antenna had a 9 times higher incidence of leukemia, a 15
times higher incidence of lymphoma and a 31 times higher incidence
of brain cancer - overall, an 18 times higher rate than those living
outside that 1 km radius.
Those who suffered the most seemed rather young for their age.
Furthermore, Beard noted that one rare disease seemed more likely to afflict the neurasthenic subjects than the rest of the population: that disease was diabetes. Beard had already observed that the increase in life expectancy did not go hand in hand with life quality.
correlation between the sufferings of neurasthenic people - whose
symptoms were the same as those of contemporary
electro-hypersensitive people - and the prolongation of their lives
pointed to a major dysfunction.
Whereas the achievement of a slowing down of the combustion process within our cells through moderating the amount of energy delivered may be beneficial, another way of slowing down may conversely be disastrous. This is the poisoning of the electron transport chain. One possible way of being poisoned is chronic exposure to artificial electromagnetic fields.
pollution subjects the electrons of our mitochondria to external
forces, slowing them down, depriving our cells of oxygen and causing
This sound was keeping
her awake and was detrimental to her health. Measurements did indeed
show that particularly strong electromagnetic fields were emanating
from all electrical conductors, not only from the grid but also from
the radiators and other metallic elements, yet the stethoscope
itself detected no sound at all.
Grounding facilities and
electronic filters were installed to reduce disturbances to an
In this gel, which is found nowhere else in the human body and has special electrical properties, a voltage of 100 to 120 millivolts was present - which is considered high in the field of bioelectronics.
This piezo-electric gel transforms sound waves into an electrical signal that is communicated to the cilia of the inner ear.
This new, revised model
of the functioning of the human ear not only explains the ability of
certain subjects to hear an electromagnetic signal under certain
conditions, but also why so modern-day people suffer from tinnitus,
and why certain groups of people, amounting to 2 to 11% of the
world's population, are hearing a global humming all around the
These parasitic sounds
are largely the result of living in an environment that is heavily
polluted with all kinds of artificial electromagnetic fields.
Sparrows cannot survive
in the most irradiated places, where levels exceed 3 V/m, whereas
there are still 42 birds per hectare at levels of 0.1 V/m. He has
also observed a marked change in the behavior of storks, whereby
stork pairs will fight instead of building the nest or incubating
the eggs if they are within 200m of a cell tower.
In 2000, English breeders
tried to reroute a race so as to avoid cell towers, in order to give
the pigeons a better chance of homing successfully. In 2004, those
same breeders commissioned more extensive studies on the impact of
microwaves on pigeons.
Dr. Daniel Favre (Switzerland) has demonstrated that in the presence of microwaves, bees emit the sound typically heard when they swarm, which suggests that the insects want to escape the emission source.
The varroa mite is generally blamed for colony collapse syndrome; however, we forget that this mite has cohabited with bees for a long time. In addition, it can often be observed that nowadays even a dead colony is not infested with parasites, even though this used to be the case "before".
The finger of blame is also leveled at pesticides - yet, as we have seen, 90% of the bees on the Isle of Wight disappeared without any pesticides having been used in that area.
The true cause of colony
collapse is found in human-generated electromagnetic fields,
cell phone technology.
Research was carried out in Germany and Switzerland, and although the soil in the affected forests did indeed prove to be acidic, observation and experimentation showed that such acidity could also be the result of the slow electrolysis of the soil via trees exposed to radar waves, for example.
Moreover, trees on ridges
were more severely affected as they were more exposed to the new
radars installed in the 1970s.
After numerous studies,
it was found that the growth rings of the trees during the years
when the radars were operating were much smaller than those from
either before or after that period.
The village children had difficulties at school and seemed unable to advance to higher education, unlike the children of less exposed neighboring villages. Finally, in 1992, a study was carried out which confirmed that, within a radius of 900m of the antenna, the physiological analysis parameters of the people and animals at the site were abnormal. It was also found that the tree growth rings were compressed - but only on the side facing the radiation source.
On March 28th 1998, the transmitter was shut down and a "before-and-after" study was carried out; this demonstrated that the melatonin levels of the 58 subjects tested had increased again. A 50-year-old villager was finally able to sleep for a full night without interruption for the first time in his life.
On May 29th 1996, Philippe Roch, Director of the Office for the Environment, stated that there was,
And yet the number of people suffering from headaches due to using cell phones is huge.
In 2010, two-thirds of Ukrainian university students interviewed admitted the fact that it is not socially acceptable to openly discuss this issue. Gro Harlem Brundtland was EHS when she was head of the World Health Organization. She was quite open about the fact, but was forced to resign from her post one year later.
This deterred other
high-ranking public figures from following her example.
For the truth is that
electricity, as it is currently being used, is toxic. Moreover,
statistical graphs clearly show an increase in the mortality rate of
the inhabitants of nine American cities shortly after the first base
stations were put into operation. This increased mortality ranges
from 25 to over 80%.
So many emitters of all kinds proliferate:
Prof. Olle Johansson of the prestigious Karolinska Institute, who is famous for awarding the Nobel Prize for Medicine, has focused on demonstrating the effects of electronic smog on living organisms since 1977.
The success of his studies led to his being marginalized at his institute, the funding for his research disappearing and to his receiving death threats; on one occasion, he narrowly escaped an attempt on his life through the sabotage of his motorcycle. Despite everything, he continues to inform the world of the truth in order to defend, among others, those suffering from EHS, whose lives have become hell on earth.
He is disgusted by the
way in which the governments of so-called "democratic" countries
have simply abandoned the victims of radio frequencies to their
As a doctor, she was puzzled as to how such a profound and disabling condition could exist without her ever having heard of it in her profession. To set her mind at rest, she decided to undergo an MRI to rule out the risk of brain cancer. She believed that her death was imminent when the high frequency pulsations were engaged, but recovered full health and vitality in Death Valley, far from radio frequencies.
Since then, she has
dedicated herself to informing and helping the 5% (at least) of the
population who are EHS and have been totally abandoned by the
The rats' progeny showed
degeneration of the brain, spinal cord, heart, kidneys, liver,
spleen, thymus and testicles. The same experiment repeated on young
rats caused atrophy of the spinal cord together with decreased
myelin, like that seen in multiple sclerosis.
During the same period, it was observed that birds were no longer flying and that EHS people became particularly ill.
Today, about 1,100 artificial satellites fly over us, but several companies,
...are planning to launch
up to 4,600 new communications satellites each by 2020, in order to
blanket the entire planet with high-speed Internet access.
We forget the warnings of Ross Adey, the grandfather of bioelectromagnetics, and of the atmospheric physicist Neil Cherry, that we are electrically regulated by the world surrounding us and that the safe level of exposure to radiofrequencies is therefore zero.
catastrophic initiative must be opposed and the organization leading
the way is the Global Union Against Radiation Deployment from
He evaluated the health of 122 inhabitants of a building on which base station antennas had been installed:
Five months after the
antennas were removed, only 2 cases of insomnia, 1 case of vertigo
and 1 case of headaches remained!