Can’t get a good night’s sleep? Unable to concentrate for very long on what you are doing? Feel like something is not right but can’t put your finger on the source? Could it be due to an invisible energy field whose natural frequencies have been radically altered by wireless technology like 3G, 4G, and 5G?
It’s Not Nice To Fool Mother Nature
From 1972-85, character actress Dena Dietrich was featured in a popular series of television commercials for Chiffon Margarine where she portrayed Mother Nature and concluded the ad with her famous line, “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature!” Below you can watch one of her commercials she did for Chiffon that was broadcast in 1977:
Over the past 50 years, technological advancements have been a major driving force in altering our daily lives. While we have been the beneficiaries of countless improvements not available to previous generations, we should not overlook how technology has been detrimental to our natural environment and overall state of health.
For instance, Waking Times published a report in April 2020 entitled, “What You Should Know About 5G Satellites — How Musk’s Sci-Fi Dreams Are Becoming Our Living Nightmare”1 that contained this warning:
Companies and governments have plans to launch approximately 50,000 satellites to provide 5G and Wi-Fi services everywhere on Earth. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is leading these efforts with its planned deployment of 42,000 Starlink satellites and its goal of establishing a global network… The harmful impacts of non-thermal levels of RF- and microwave-based wireless technology (from 2G on up) are neither “potential” nor “hypothetical.” Thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies have proven that epidemic-level harms are already occurring, harms that the fast-multiplying 5G infrastructure will further aggravate.
Vic Bishop included this warning message for Natural Blaze in an April 2020 article entitled, “WATCH: Elon Musk’s Dystopian Nightmare Of 5G Satellites Encircling The Globe Is Already Here.”2
The vision is to cover the populated world by 2021.