Phone tower and stress-induced cardiomyopathy

Phone tower and stress-induced cardiomyopathy 2016-10-14T23:53:40+02:00

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Transmitter as seen from the bedroom

Mrs Z. asked if I could call her. A naturopath from Wolfurt had recommended me to her for some on-site measurements. Mrs Z. had been suffering for some time from stress-induced cardiomyopathy (broken heart syndrome), a type of atrial fibrillation (heart irregularity/arrhythmia), along with high blood pressure and a continuous tingling sensation in the legs and toes. Mr Z. complained of back pain and problems with his knee.

During the bedroom assessment, I found significant radiation from the walls, a Hartmann line completely crossing the bed and a Curry lines crossing point on Mrs Z’s side. Additionally, the whole house was burdened by tectonic disturbances with a stimulation factor of 1600. The most extreme measurement, however, came from assessing the amount of high frequency radiation.

Even after applying the maximum amount of dampening to the measurement instrumentation, the reading still went off the scale. The reason for this, I immediately found outside the bedroom window – a fully equipped wireless transmission tower.

Mobile phone tower with ‘harmless’ guarantees

Mrs Z. told me it had been installed over 10 years ago with the assurance that all the beams of radiation (although absolutely harmless) would be going past the house with the use of directional antennas. Regardless of whether this was even possible, the situation had probably changed dramatically since the installation of additional transmitter panels giving 360° coverage.

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A burden of Global Grid lines

A few weeks after updating the bedroom and living room, Mrs Z. rang: “I’ve never experienced such a thing – no more complaints, the heart is good, and even the teeth do not hurt anymore!”. Mrs Z. described her feelings with the words “It is as if an evil spirit has vanished! The only downer is that the cat no longer comes to visit in the bedroom.” (cats are radiation seekers!)

Mrs Z. recalled during the assessment that in recent years there had been several cancers in the area.

This geobiological investigation and technical screening took place in August 2011.