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DR KLINGHARDT ON WIFI DANGERS

Dr Kinghardt on frequencies: The good, the bad and the ugly.


These 15 minutes are a must-watch for anyone running wifi, or experiencing wifi signals.

Yes, that's everyone except those living off-grid and living miles from mobile-phone towers and other inhabitants.


As many have pointed out, this is a test on humanity with no control group, as nearly everyone is experiencing high doses of these frequencies night and day.





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GOOD FREQUENCIES THAT HEAL


As Dr Klinghardt mentions, some frequencies like those used for WIFI are dangerous, but others heal such as red and infrared.

The healing and reboot of the cellular powerhouse AKA mitochondria is so interesting there is s full article here.



See more on Red Light Machines at the bottom of this article


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ROSEMARY & RADIATION - A STUDY


Abstract

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Guest
Jun 22, 2023

Covid or 5G? Hmm.... https://andybunting.substack.com/p/covid-and-5g

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Guest
Jun 15, 2023

I am the most sensitive person to wifi and phones that most UK consultants have come across. It makes me severely ill. Eg. seizures, debilitating migraines. I phone frequencies are the absolute worst (someone only has to have an Iphone in their pocket for it to effect me). Followed by Samsung. Cheaper phones impact me less. If someone comes into my house and forgets to switch off their iphone, within 10 minutes I know - as I start having stroke like symptoms.

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Guest
Jun 13, 2023

Bad audio with a lot of background clanging. Shame there is no transcript of this talk.

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Guest
Jun 13, 2023

It works on my android

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Guest
Jun 13, 2023

No audio too

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Magnus Johansson
Magnus Johansson
Jun 13, 2023
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Yes, with Wi-Fi turned off.

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