Friday, May 17, 2019

HOUSING: I am offering a LOW EMF Airbnb in the Catskills (in New York) for those looking for a location where they can vacation and/or explore the area.

The house/location offers the following: 
NO smart meter on house (or neighbors house)
NO smart appliances in house or neighbors house
NO Bluetooth
NO smart devices/phones 
A landline
NO LED street lighting (or any street lights) 
Please message me for additional details. 
Serious inquiries only. 

I was/am severely Electrosensitive and an EMF refugee. This is the only location I have been that I have been able to function OPTIMALLY. I have lived in Arizona, Mexico, Hawaii and Santa Fe, New Mexico. I was unable to tolerate any of these locations without debilitating symptoms and I am doing very well here. 

There is ONLY one cell tower and 7 antennas (according to Antennasearch) within a 4 mile radius of the address. 
Please share my post with other ES sites and those looking for somewhere to go (temporarily). Children are welcome. Pets are not. We have 2 cats and a dog arriving soon.  Please message me for additional details. 

Note: This is a LOW EMF (not NO EMF) location at a private home. It is not a refugee camp. EHS Roommate Finder USA

Who’s Behind The 5G Cull Of Humanity?

In 1999, HP scientist Richard P. Walker was granted a patent for what would become known as the internet of everything, now better known as 5G. Walker and the rest of his Silicon Valley colleagues had been fed military technology by Lockheed Martin and IBM.
HP spun off Agilent Technologies that same year as the vehicle through which the Walker patent would come to fruition. All ensuing patents pertaining to 5G would be mysteriously absorbed by Agilent, whether in the areas of surveillance, cybernetics, genetic engineering, human microchipping, or “wet works”.
The corporation pushing Walker’s Agilent patent forward is SERCO, a powerful British company close to Lockheed Martin, GE and BAE.  The first and last are the two biggest defense contractors in the world. All four are part of Crown Agents USA Inc. The golden share in SERCO was historically controlled through British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) by Queen Elizabeth II.
In 2009 BNFL was shut down after spinning off its Westinghouse subsidiary. They had acquired Westinghouse in 1999, four years after Westinghouse bought CBS. BNFL’s nuclear plants had been privatized in 1996 and were taken over by British Energy. The same year BNFL shut down, British Energy was taken over by Electricite de France.
In 2000, Serco and Lockheed Martin took control of the UK’s Aldermaster weapons site. They also control two-thirds of the British Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE). The other third was owned by BNFL. During the past decade, AWE began exporting stolen US-enriched uranium from a Eunice, NM facility through its Urenco subsidiary. Urenco Executive Chairman Stephen Billingham came from British Energy. They were aided in this effort by the Highland Group, whose associates include the Clintons and Robert Mueller.
SERCO controls immigration and owns a pathology lab in the UK and runs detention centers, prisons and hospitals in Australia and New Zealand.  But the bulk of its income comes from no-bid US government contracts granted to it by members of Senior Executive Services (SES). SES consists of government insiders who, unlike a typical civil servant, cannot be fired after one year of service. President Obama appointed 8,000 of them.
SES members are in fact British Crown Agents who feed US government contracts, innovations, resources and sensitive information to their Crown bosses.
SERCO receives $15-20 billion per year in US government contracts. It runs 63 air traffic control towers, manages Obama Care,  runs city parking meters and lots as well as buses and trains, overseas Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) loans, and handles USAID shipments.
But 75% of SERCO’s contracts are with the Department of Defense. With offices in the Bank of England-controlled offshore dirty money banking centers of Guernsey, Jersey and the Cayman Islands, SERCO runs “security” for all branches of the US military and our intelligence services.
SERCO is deeply involved in the US Space Program through Aerospace Corporation, which plans to deploy 24,000 new 5G-enabling satellites via Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Amazon’s OneWeb in the next year. SERCO also holds contracts with Bill Gates’ Millenium Foundation involving the sterilization of Africans and Indians through vaccinations.
Founded in 1929, SERCO came out of RCA, another Crown Agent which morphed mostly into GE. RCA is best known for its consumer electronics but its main business had been military radar and sonar equipment. It is this same technology which is now being deployed as 5G. In my book Big Oil & Their Bankers…, I pinpoint RCA as a key player in the Crown assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
During the early 1960’s, RCA developed the UK Ballistic Missile Early Warning System. During the 1980’s they were awarded the contract to support the new European Space Agency and began maintaining London’s street lights. In 1987, with much of RCA absorbed into GE, what remained became SERCO.
During the 1990’s SERCO took its “services” international, focusing on the Five Eyes Alliance countries of the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the US. The middle three countries are part of the Commonwealth and thus controlled directly by the British Crown. SERCO also began operating in the Crown’s puppet GCC monarchies in the Middle East, where it runs all air traffic control operations. It also gained control of Iraq’s Civil Aviation Authority. This makes Crown drugs, arms, oil and human smuggling in and out of that region a breeze.
SERCO provides “technical support” for CERN’s particle accelerator, manages transport services at North District Hospital in Hong Kong (another major drug trafficking center), and provides “support” for military bases in the Five Eyes nations. It manages the UK National Physics Laboratory and trains soldiers in the US and Germany.
SERCO also dominates contracts from US Homeland Security and is in charge of FEMA Region 9, which includes Alaska, Hawaii and the US West Coast, which has recently been experiencing a slew of not-so-natural disasters.
SERCO began providing IT support for European Parliament in 2014, began training US firefighters in Afghanistan in 2016 and began operating European Meteorological Satellites in 2017.
SERCO’s specialty is in handling sensitive cyber-data, including criminal records, driver’s license records, vaccination records, DNA databases, and military records and communications. This puts them in a position to completely control the Five Eyes governments and their citizens.
But SERCO’s most important GCHQ infiltration came in 2015 when it was awarded the patent classification contract in the US, essentially commandeering the US Patent Office. In this capacity they are able to steer and manage the Walker 5G patent in the Crown’s desired direction.
That direction, according to their own documents, is a 70% reduction in the UK population by 2025, with similar reductions in store around the world.
SERCO is run by two British Knights Hospitalier. Sir Roy Gardner is Serco Chairman who handles, according to SERCO’s own website, “relations with the City (of London) and major stakeholders (Queen Elizabeth II)”. CEO Rupert Soames is Winston Churchill’s grandson. In 2010, he was awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire (which, of course, does not exist).
Both came from Crown Agent GE, which manufactures the smart meters and LED lighting being rolled out ahead of 5G. Monsanto (now part of Nazi IG Farben descendant Bayer), is also closely held by the Crown, which explains why it continues to poison humanity with Roundup.
Many people are now identifying the multiple threats to humanity, from chemtrails to fluoridation to vaccines to glyphosphates to 5G. This awareness has grown to a point where the Establishment is now banning such information from the DARPAnet. A few others have identified these attacks as a coordinated attempt to depopulate 90% of humanity.
But the next task at hand in this criminal investigation is the most important one and needs to become our focus. We must identify the perps. For decades the ruling Illuminati banker oligarchy have expressed their obsession with overpopulation. Queen Elizabeth’s own husband Prince Philip has expressed his desire to reincarnate as a parasite so he can destroy humanity.
But it appears the Crown isn’t waiting for that eventuality. In their accelerating program towards the culling of billions of human beings from this planet, SERCO is the lynch pin which implicates the Crown as perpetrator of this well-planned genocide. 5G is key to their plan and must be stopped.
Anyone shielding or enabling these criminals is a traitor to their country. All aware people must shout out this indictment to family, friends, neighbors and the proper law enforcement agencies. It’s time to focus all our energy on the enemy and get these Luciferian sociopaths locked up before it’s too late.

Brain Cancer #1 for Children 15-19 yrs While FDA Minimizes Risk From Conclusive NIH Study - US Brain Tumor

NTP architect insists the FDA is misleading the public-Risk of Brain Tumors is Real

WASHINGTONNov. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- American Brain Tumor Study finds brain cancer to be the #1 cancer for children 15-19 years old; meanwhile, FDA releases statement distorting and minimizing the significance of a landmark study $30 Million NIH National Toxicology Program Study which found Clear Evidence that wireless nonionizing radiation causes brain cancer, heart cancer and DNA damage non-thermally below current FCC safety guidelines. 
"What most people do not understand is that THE FDA DOES NOT DO SAFETY TESTING OF WIRELESS DEVICES BEFORE THEY ARE RELEASED ONTO THE MARKET EXPOSING MILLIONS OF PEOPLE.  The FDA does not do post market safety surveying to see how heavy users are developing more cancer and neurological disorders like they do with drugs and medical devices.  We are seeing a dramatic increase in brain tumors in the three areas of the brain that get the most radiation from cell phones: frontal lobe, temporal lobe, and cerebellum.  The Italian Supreme court has already ruled that cell phones can cause brain cancer.  In essence without premarket safety testing, we have become the lab rats in a massive human experiment of nonionizing radiation health effects," insists President of US Brain Tumor Association Kevin Mottus.
According to Ron Melnick PhD, former Senior Scientist and Leader of the team that designed the National Toxicology Program Study, "For the FDA to dismiss the findings of the NTP study saying exposure levels were 50 times allowable whole body exposures limits for humans is misleading the public because it is local exposure limits which are more relevant to human risk and this study was designed to test the effect of local exposures levels on the brain and other organs.  The highest exposure levels were only 4 times as high as the local exposure limits for humans and yet there was still tumor growth at the lowest exposures which were slightly below FCC local exposure limits. 
In toxicology and cancer studies like those conducted by the NTP, we need higher exposure levels so we can extrapolate these findings to the larger population and to better understand the relationships between dose and health effects.  This is standard practice in Toxicology and the FDA is taking advantage of the public not understanding this.  We chose wireless radiation levels that would create radiation levels in the brain of rats comparable to those permitted by current FCC exposure guidelines. 
Rat studies have been the gold standard for predicting toxicity and carcinogenicity in humans for decades even by the FDA's in their own studies so why now is there no direct relationship between the results of this study and human cell phone use?  Why then did the FDA nominate this study which cost $30 million of tax payer money and took 16 years if they thought it was irrelevant to humans?  The NTP study was qualitative research and it did its job–it proved that wireless nonionizing radiation can cause cancer and DNA damage nonthermally which was previously believed to be impossible by proponents of the wireless industry and others.  Now the FDA is suppose to do its Quantative Risk Assessment to determine its health risk to humans but it refuses to do so and insists on making these misleading statements that mask the conclusive findings of this study.   
The important lesson we should learn from the NTP studies is that we can no longer assume that any current or future wireless technology is safe without adequate safety testing" (
The Italian Supreme Court has ruled that cell phones can cause brain tumors.  In this country, we can no longer pretend the evidence is inconclusive; the NTP study provides conclusive evidence that wireless radiation can cause cancer and other serious effects.  The FDA statement failed to take into consideration the fact that no one is only exposed to one source of wireless radiation today as in the NTP study.  Most of us are exposed to a multitude of low and higher frequencies at varying distances for most if not all of the day. 
Yes WiFi and 5G do have different frequencies and modulations; they pulse more and 5G will be more highly modulated to carry more data.  Pulsation and modulation are both factors which our scientists believe contribute to the bioactivity of wireless radiation rather than power and heating which has been proven by the NTP study as an incorrect assumptions when determining the safety of wireless radiation and our safety guidelines which are based on this false assumption must be updated immediately. 
"Action must be taken to protect our population and minimize our exposure to carcinogenic wireless radiation; obviously the FDA is shirking their responsibility to protect us based on their statement released Thursday.  This is unacceptable and the FDA should be held responsible for the unnecessary sickness and death caused by harmful wireless radiation exposure," insists Kevin Mottus President of US Brain Tumor Association.
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Video - 5G health fears exist but NYT & WSJ blame them on RT

Following a NY Times hit piece on RT’s 5G coverage, now the Wall Street Journal has followed suit. RT’s Dan Cohen reports from a rally that highlights the dangers of 5G radiation. Filmmaker Sabine E. Gemayel joins In Question to discuss her documentary, Generation Zapped, about the risks of 5G. #RTAmerica #InQuestionRT #QuestionMore Find RT America in your area: Or watch us online: Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter

The Digital Dementia Summit starts on Monday

“Digital dementia” is very real — overconsumption of screen time can lead to a breakdown of cognitive abilities and deteriorated posture, developmental delays, degraded short-term memory, seclusion and lack of motivation… especially for our children!

Have you ever noticed someone in a “tech trance?” Children in a “computer coma” as they sit and walk around hunched over their devices? Human posture is devolving at the speed of technology, and posture is significantly linked to active brain health.

The overstimulation of technology and a sedentary lifestyle are such problems that adolescents now show non-Alzheimer’s, dementia-like symptoms. Fortunately, the solution isn’t to get rid of technology, but learn healthier habits while engaging with it — and that’s why our experts are here.

If you, your child or someone you know is exhibiting these symptoms, it could be digital dementia:

  • Confusion

  • Brain fog

  • Poor memory recall

  • Developmental delays

  • Poor coordination

  • Behavioral disorders

Your host, Dr. Krista Burns, is a highly-sought expert, author and speaker who has been educating practitioners about the dangers of digital dementia for over 5 years — it’s now time to reach parents directly for their health and that of their children. Through this event, you’ll learn the methods, protocols and tactics doctors are using to help your children prevent digital dementia.

Learn more here

Electromagnetic radiation 2450 MHz exposure causes cognition deficit with mitochondrial dysfunction and activation of intrinsic pathway of apoptosis in rats

Volume 43, Issue 2pp 263–276


Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) can induce or modulate several neurobehavioral disorders. Duration and frequency of exposure of EMR is critical to develop cognitive disorders. Even though EMR-2450 is widely used, its effects on cognition in relation to mitochondrial function and apoptosis would provide better understanding of its pathophysiological effects. Therefore, a comparative study of different frequencies of EMR exposure would give valuable information on effects of discrete frequencies of EMR on cognition. Male rats were exposed to EMR (900, 1800 and 2450 MHz) every day for 1 h for 28 consecutive days. The cognitive behavior in terms of novel arm entries in Y-maze paradigm was evaluated every week after 1 h to last EMR exposure. Animals exposed to EMR-2450 MHz exhibited significant cognitive deficits. EMR-2450 MHz caused loss of mitochondrial function and integrity, an increase in amyloid beta expression. There was release of cytochrome-c and activation of apoptotic factors such as caspase-9 and -3 in the hippocampus. Further, there was decrease in levels of acetylcholine, and increase in activity of acetyl cholinesterase, indicating impairment of cholinergic system. Therefore, exposure of EMR-2450 in rats caused cognitive deficit with related pathophysiological changes in mitochondrial and cholinergic function, and amyloidogenesis.

Living, breathing smart communities in Colorado? They exist in Douglas County and near DIA

From Sterling Ranch to Peña Station Next, the future of infrastructure — in and out of the home — in now

Smart city infrastructure isn’t just some buzzy phrase used to spice up chamber of commerce breakfasts. It’s not some theoretical idea being tested out in clandestine bunkers, either.
It has become an increasingly important cog in modern growth and it is manifesting in some very real ways around Colorado and in the Denver area.
In two places on opposite ends of the metro area — Sterling Ranch in Douglas County and the Peña Station Next development near Denver International Airport — people are now living in communities specifically built around smart city and smart home technology. These are places where the garage door can be closed with a smartphone app from across town, and the local bus is driven by a computer system, not a human being.
“These communities are serving as test sites for proving out technologies and approaches,” Jake Rishavy, vice president of innovation for the Denver South Economic Denver Partnership and a co-founder of the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance said of the two locations. “It’s all about de-risking that innovation process and encouraging more adoption of new technologies.”

Douglas County’s 21st Century Community

When it comes to Sterling Ranch, the long-talked about, now fast-growing master-planned community south of Chatfield State Park, Rishavy applauded the decision to install a fiberoptic network in the ground while building other key infrastructures like roads and gutters. The community’s founders and developers, the Smethills family, founded their own subsidiary company in 2014 to install the network because they couldn’t find a company in the state to do it for them. Not only are all of the 400 or so homes built there so far hooked into lightning-fast internet, but they can also be granted access to a business-class connection if needed, the Smethills said.
“When it comes quality of life for residents and economic competitiveness if you have that infrastructure you are well suited to compete,” Rishavy said. “That’s one of the best things you can do to future-proof your community.”

A display of Siemens' technology available ...
Rachel Woolf, Special to the Denver Post
A display of Siemens’ technology available for houses in the Sterling Ranch subdivision on Friday, March 29, 2019. Siemens USA is partnering with Sterling Ranch Development Company to create a “smart city.”

The Smethills have a high-powered partner in their efforts to build a smart community. The U.S. arm of European automation and manufacturing giant Siemens has been involved with Sterling Ranch since 2014. Dave Hopping, the president and CEO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure, said the company engaged in a “co-creation effort” with the Smethills to design specific technology solutions to meet their goals of building a place that was “safe, secure, efficient, connected and sustainable.”
Here are two of those custom solutions as described by Hopping and Sterling Ranch officials:
Steward: This exclusive Sterling Ranch smart home system is installed in every house. It monitors home security and allows residents to control their lighting, heating and cooling systems from their phones. It can be programmed to provide community event updates, but in place such as Sterling Ranch — described by Brock Smethills as “water constrained” — the most important feature is the real-time water and energy usage data it provides.
Smethills, son of community founders and longtime Denver area business figures Harold and Diane Smethiils, cites research by the EPA. “If you can provide consumers with real-time data on their energy and water consumption, they will voluntarily choose to save about 10 percent,” he said.
Steward is also integrated with a Rachio smart sprinkler control system that monitors precipitation and only activates watering when it is needed.
“Water only when you need the water, not based on time and schedule,” Hopping said. “It reduces waste and runoff.”

A display of Siemens' technology available ...
Rachel Woolf, Special to the Denver Post
A display of Siemens’ technology available for houses in the Sterling Ranch.

Integrated street lighting system: Energy efficient LED bulbs are only one part of the story with the Sterling Ranch street lighting system. Each light pole is also outfitted with a security camera and can change colors or function based on emergency situations. A flashing light means that the home behind it has been broken into, for instance.
“It helps enable first responders to get to a location quicker. That’s a big feature and value add for the community,” Hopping said.
Harold Smethills said when it came to Sterling Ranch, “What we wanted to do is build a 21st Century community.”
To the Smethills that means a lot more than just nifty tech. Retail that is reachable on foot, a lot of trails and multigenerational neighborhoods are all part of it. But Brock Smethills said ingrained, intuitive technology matters, too.
“I think people expect home builders and communities to evolve as opposed to just replicating what we’ve been doing for the last 50 years,” he said.

Rachel Woolf, Special to the Denver Post
A “smart” light post in the Sterling Ranch.

Sterling Ranch resident Bill Forsythe appreciates the touches the Siemens partnership has brought to his new home in the community. The ability to save on heating bills and having a set-it-and-forget-it irrigation system that saves water on its own has been a godsend, he said.
“Our house is almost twice as big and winter heating cost the same as our last house,” Forsythe said.
Forsythe admits his main motivation moving with his wife and three kids from nearby Roxborough Park is their new home backs up to what eventually will be a lake. But as a residential real estate appraiser, he also understood that buying early in a modern community would mean getting a good price on a property that will see its value rise quickly, something he has already noticed when it comes to prices of other homes in the neighborhood.
He doesn’t mind that Sterling Ranch residents pay extra property taxes to fund the infrastructure there.
“It’s just the price of doing business,” he said. “We couldn’t be happier with the neighborhood and the experience.”

Some of the smartest dirt in the country

Peña Station Next is a different side of the smart city coin.
The more-than-200-acre development is transit-oriented, just off of the 61st and Peña Station rail stop. It’s development priorities are different.
The first residential project to come out of the ground there is a multi-phase apartment community with 20 percent of the units dedicated to affordable housing. About 30 tenants have moved in now, according to Ferd Belz, president of the community’s master developer LC Fulenwider. A 220-room, seven-story hotel is expected to open there in the coming months.
Anchoring the whole thing is a 112,000-square-foot facility housing Panasonic North America’s CityNow business. Inside the building is a showcase space where smart technologies including autonomous vehicles and smart street lights are demoed.

The Smart City Innovation Showcase at ...
Andy Cross, The Denver Post
People explore the Smart City Innovation Showcase at Panasonic in Denver March 7, 2018.

“The big thing is we bring our stakeholders here and give them formal training on a number of topics,” said George Karayannis, vice president of CityNow. “It allows for touching and understanding — much more deeply understanding — these smart city applications. The real benefit comes from much more informed discussions about their needs, about potential solutions and about the costs and benefits.”

Panasonic North America has already rolled out some big smart infrastructure initiatives in Colorado. It worked with the Colorado Department of Transportation to deploy 100 vehicle-to-everythingtransmitters along the Interstate 70 Mountain Corridor, collecting and feeding real-time road condition data to state officials and property equipped vehicles. It is the first statewide deployment of connected vehicle technology in the country, Karayannis said.
At Peña Station Next, Panasonic’s facility is served by an autonomous shuttle operated by French Company EasyMile. The building operates on a “microgrid” power supply generated entirely by solar energy collected by an array that shades the rail station’s parking lot.
Development of that project is an example of Panasonic’s approach to smart city innovation. Three stakeholders — Xcel Energy, DIA and Panasonic — came together to build the microgrid. DIA paid for the steel framing for the shade structures, providing cover for people who pay to park in the lot. Xcel provided the solar panels. And Panasonic is hooked into the supply which also feeds a battery, allowing the company to avoid buying an expensive and carbon-emitting diesel generator. As of now, its facility is net power positive, Karayannis said.

EasyMile Deployment Engineer Dionysi Damaskopoulos, left, ...
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EasyMile deployment engineer Dionysi Damaskopoulos, left, and RTD ambassador Tesfaye Woldegeorgis sit in the six-seat EZ-10 driverless shuttle at the parking area of the Panasonic’s Technology and Operations Center on Jan. 29, 2019.

Belz expects other portions of the development to be plugged into Panasonic’s infrastructure as work moves forward. Peña Station Next is slated to eventually be home to 1,500 residential units, a million square feet of office space and 300,000 square feet of retail space.
“It’s some of the smartest, most sustainable dirt in the country,” Karayannis said.

More “living labs” coming

As outlined by Rishavy, Sterling Ranch and Pena Station Next are what smart city advocates call “living labs,” places where new technologies can be applied and proven out in advance of more widespread adoption. They will soon have company.
Arrow Electronics is in the process of building its “Colorado Open Lab” in its Centennial headquarters. Set to debut in the second half of 2019, the lab will serve as a testing ground where companies can leverage Arrow’s equipment to test new technologies and ready them for market. In turn, participating cities, counties and state bodies — 19 of which have already signed up — can volunteer to serve as test markets for the technology. The can test and validate projects through the Open Lab without paying consulting fees.
“We like that word, ‘open,’ because we believe it is the only way advancement can happen today in a collaborative environment,” said Aiden Mitchell, the head of internet of things technology research at Arrow.
In addition to governments and agencies, Arrow is working with 25 major tech companies and at least two colleges in the state on its efforts. It doesn’t plan to duplicate projects like Panasonic’s work on autonomous vehicles but collaborate with companies like Hitachi on how technologies like the firm’s video management solutions system can be deployed to help with traffic counting and traffic management or other challenges.
Mitchell credited the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance for seeing that need for smarter approaches to big problems like transportation, food security and resilient energy and bringing together partner cities willing to become smarter.
“I think (cities) are seeing unprecedented growth in Colorado,” Mitchell said. “They’re understanding that they can’t just build their way out of this.”