MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

classic Classic list List threaded Threaded
12 messages Options
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
This post was updated on .
The last two years I have been in&out of 6-7 houses,
but still spent most nights in my old car-driving out to desert areas
looking for that one place with zero radiation.
With winter temps ranging in the -15 to -25 degrees,
one learns to appreciate quality blankets.

Now trying out a new house.
Living out in the countryside I am out of reach from the neighbours wifi,
but the nearest cellmast is only 200 meters away.

For me that is a huge problem.
First I built a 15kvm Faraday-cage in the livingroom,
using aluminium mesh.
It did block the radiaton to a point where my Acousticom couldn`t detect any radiation.
But my phone still had full coverage,and my sleep problems reflected that.

So I bought 50 packs of space blanckets,
and covered the whole cage in multiple layers.



(pic from when I took the cage down)

Symptoms got a little bit better,but still not good enough,
so I started looking into shielding fabrics,
and found this one from cnhomesupplies on ebay.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Microwave-RF-Singal-Shielding-Anti-radiation-Conductive-Stretch-Fabric-20-x59/272722238814?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&var=571857786905&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649

The price was low enough to just buy&try-so I did.
Some weeks later it arrived,and I enveloped my head in it.
Wow!
It had a cooling effect,and took away my headache within minutes.

Next I bought a plain hoodjacket and added an inner layer of the shielding-fabric to it.
This I have now been using 24-7 for a month,and it has been a blessing.
I wear it everywhere,also in my sleep.
It really has reduced a lot of my symptoms,
and next for me will be to build a bed/tent where I can be totally closed in by this fabric.

My eyes-tired from decades of poor sleep-have changed from a heroinist red
to porcelain white with sparkling blue.
I still can`t sleep very well,but my pains are gone,my digestion is good,
and those weird things going on with my eyes,my pulse,hard-of-breathing and so on
has all been better.
They will still return when I walk into heavy radiated shops&offices,
but there is a very clear difference if I walk into the local food-shop
with my hood on or off.

This fabric might possibly help me in the job-market.
I hope.
I recommend you try it out.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

dteshome85@gmail.com
Glad  lot hear you found some

help.Im curious how you think it

may help you in the job

market.You mean wearing it as

clothing for work?
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
Yes.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

dteshome85@gmail.com
In reply to this post by Arctic Coast
Curious have you tried heavy metal detoxification?
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
Detox is something I will have to try.
I see many people online recommend it,
as a way of reducing ES-symptoms.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Jinna
thank you for sharing. Not that expensive, so it 'll be worth to try!!
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
Yesterday evening I went to take an outside look
of an old timber house (1927) up for sale,
just to see how the location would work for me.

It was off the main road and 200 meters into the forrest,
where two houses was situated close together.
Totally sheltered from traffic.(and noise)

Beautiful scenery!
Some farmland to the right of the houses,
and facing south you looked down a long walley
that ended in the ocean.
Further out towards the horizon you had the typical mountains
coming up from the sea and going straigt up.

To the left of the house there was a little river and some tractor-tracks,
easy to follow into the woods.Birds,a couple of small lakes further in,
and a small mountain wich probably had easy access paths.

I went for a walk,and it was absolutely wonderful.
All the time I had the Acoustimeter on,
and radiation was to low to measure-very little to hear.

Back by the house I wondered why my resting pulse was so high.
Normal would be around 65 bpm,but it would not go down to there.

Today I had borrowed the keys from the Real-estate lawyer,
and went to have a look.
The moment I stepped inside the building it hit me.
I was a bit confused,as I could not see any radiaton devices
-the house was emptied for take-over.
But on the second floor it got even stronger,
it was downright violent.
The sense of having a pulsed current pumping direct into your brain/nervous system,
but rarely have I felt it this intense before.
I got suspicious-as I remembered that the elsystem had been replaced-
and when I got closer to the fuse-box there was no doubt.
"THUCK ME!!!
I opened the box and looked into my first Smartmeter experience.

I am actually shocked.It is beyond sanity that these are rolled out globally.
I cannot imagine what a tormenting hell it must be to live in a neighbourhood filled with smartmeters.
Or in a highrise.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Jinna
Awful....

No wonder bees sense these smart meters.


Couldn't your device catch it first time?


which country are you living, if I may ask?
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
No,outside the house the meter didn`t pick it up.
And inside I did not need any meter...

I find it astonishing that regular people are not freaked out,
or even sense these smart-monsters at all.

I live on the dark side of Norway.
Or actually bright side,this time of year.
Light 24/7 for  six more weeks-before it calms down a bit.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

superdrove
In reply to this post by Arctic Coast


The Fabric states that it shields a Frequency range: 10MHz to 30GHz
Damping (dB):60DB.  That is pretty dam good;  most shielding fabrics go to 10 GHz.

But the fabric itself looks a bit heavy.  While you are wearing the fabric inside a hood, the front of your face is still exposed.  

What I do sometimes when I drive downtown in the city where thousands of cell towers and smart meter frequencies are flying about, (in order to prevent migraine headaches) is that I put on a wide brim cotton hat on, like those sunhats that fold up in your purse, and then put a piece of Aaronia Shield mesh fabric over my head.  That protects my entire head, not just the back of my head.  For sleeping at night, since it is a mesh fabric and easy to breath through, put a cage over your head and drape the fabric over it.  Why cover half your head when you can cover the whole head and breath easily as well?

If 5G is rolled out, these fabrics will not help and we will fry.

 
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Arctic Coast
Good points Superdrove.Thank you.

You`ll have to escape to the countryside when 5G comes your way,
maybe get yourself a flannel shirt and grow a beard..
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: MW shielding fabric that worked very well for me

Marc Martin
Administrator
"Escaping to the countryside" may not be all that it's cracked up to be... I just spent a week "in the middle of nowhere", and while it may have been nice to enjoy some time away from all the wi-fi, smart meters, and 4G signals of the city, I was completely miserable with pollen allergies from the weeds, trees, etc plus tons of mosquito bites.  Now back and recovering from that in the city.  :-/

Marc