We have all heard jokes about tinfoil hats. Turns out there might be some practical truth to that idea. Aluminum foil really does attenuate (lessen) certain EM radiation if electrically grounded and not touching the skin. For those who are heavily bombarded by microwave beams from sources like cellphone towers, which is easy to determine if you have an RF signal detector as I do, blocking these waves with grounded metal sheets goes a long way to lessening the radiation.
A large source of dangerous EM radiation comes in the form of microwaves emitted by cell phone towers. From personal experimentation, and hearing the experiences of others, I am convinced that microwave pollution and intentional targeting can muddle thoughts, induce fatigue, reduce willpower, and maybe even subliminally implant thoughts or entrain emotional states. They may also be used for monitoring purposes.
Using a microwave signal strength meter, I have made several objective observations about these signals:
It appears cell phone towers are generating these signals by triangulating hotspots on selected tracked targets. This would require that computers perform the calculations necessary to alter the signal of each of three cell phone towers so as to triangulate a hotspot of signal at the target’s location. When the target moves, new calculations have to be made, which takes several seconds. Maybe something else generates the beams, like satellites.
These signals may consist of microwave carriers with ELF modulation, and perhaps with audio or text encoded messages. Some possibilities:
Who is responsible for all this? Probably shadow factions of the military/intelligence community. If they wish to keep the population docile and keep all dissenters from acting upon their dissenting thoughts, no means are unthinkable to accomplish those ends.
There are two things you can do. First, you can learn to better cope with these signals. The more you are in control of your own mind and emotions, and the more observant you are about your own behavior, the less influence these signals have upon your thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Knowing is half the battle. Second, you can take additional steps to reduce the level of EM radiation in your home, by blocking these signals.
Standard methods of blocking microwave mind programming signals consist of Faraday cages, but proper Faraday cages made from copper mesh are difficult and expensive to build. Meanwhile, aluminum foil hats actually increase signal exposure by acting as antennas and resonant cavities unless they are grounded, so you can forget about that.
An easy and relatively cost-effective way to block microwaves goes as follows:
1) Obtain these items:
3) Use the signal detector to record the relative signal strength from all windows in the room you wish to protect, preferably the office or bedroom. You can even move a metal pan held a foot away from the detector, around the detector in order to block the beam, thereby indicating what direction the beam is coming from. Depending on the type of detector, you may also notice peaks and troughs in the signal strength, as you move the detector in a linear direction; these are the nodes and anti-nodes of standing EM waves being detected.
4) Without gaps, cover the walls or windows with emergency foil blankets, using tape to hang up and connect the pieces. It does not matter which side of the blankets faces the wall as far as effectiveness goes, but put the metallic side (which can be scratched off) toward the wall or window so that it doesn’t get rubbed off by stuff in the room brushing up against it. If covering walls is too much, then just cover the window. If this is too ugly for you, then using this same method you can make a safe room out of a large closet, or put your bed or desk in the corner and cover the half of the walls adjacent to it. Leave some openings for ventilation.
5) Widen the splayed banana plug tip by inserting a knife of thin screwdriver into the gaps, and stick into the ground jack on your electrical outlet. This is the middle one that’s round, not slotted. It won’t fit in the slots anyway, which carry dangerous electricity. These instructions are written for the USA type outlets; consult references for your country’s outlets otherwise, looking for the ground connection.
6) Then connect the alligator clip end to the bottom edge of a blanket, so that it grips onto both sides of the foil. Then use double-alligator wires to connect one blanket piece to another, so that an electrical pathway is traced between the grounded plug and the last blanket. The more grounded outlets used, the better.
7) Check for incoming radiation, add another blanket where necessary. After an hour or two (or a week or two) check the remaining windows and compare their signal strength to what you recorded previously. If they are now showing intense incoming radiation, the signal has re-oriented and you must cover that wall or window as well.
You will feel the difference. As an experiment, tape up only half of a grounded blanket, so that you stand before an uncovered window. Verify the beam is strong. Then tape up the rest so the window is covered. The pressure in your head may disappear, only to reappear if you pull the blanket down again. If you live in a flat urban area, the field intensities tend to be high. Some places I have lived, the radiation was surprisingly weak and so no foil blankets were necessary.
Why does this work? Microwaves cannot easily penetrate metal, especially grounded metal such as the electrically grounded foil blankets. When an incoming microwave beam hits the foil, if the foil isn’t grounded then it will “splash around” and reflect in various ways, sort of like a water hose aiming at a dinner plate. Your meter will detect the energy leaking out around the foil blankets in that case. Radiation will still enter your home but at least not be as directional. But if the foil is grounded, then the energy is sucked out of the beam and channeled into the ground hole on the outlet and out of the building through a copper rod sunk into the soil (buildings are supposed to have these per regulation). Then the sheet acts as an absorber.
The reason why emergency blankets are recommended over Reynolds aluminum foil is that these blankets are larger, more durable, cheaper, and easier to hang up. But you can use aluminum foil if you wish, and being thicker they will be slightly better at attenuating the frequency. Though some signal still gets through, and foil does not block pure ELF waves (ones without a higher frequency carrier), this is one step to greatly reducing the level of incoming microwave radiation. To block ELF and especially scalar waves is not easy, so I have no tips regarding those.