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Re: [destroy_evil] Re: box springs, wavelengths, and cancer

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  • Gale Stark
    Lol, can t do that way of living, huge shielded cabinet. I do however live out in the country, not the boondocks though. Not sure what was going on but lots
    Message 1 of 6 , Dec 21, 2010
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      Lol, can't do that way of living, huge shielded cabinet. I do however live out
      in the country, not the boondocks though. Not sure what was going on but lots
      have been taken care of now. Smiles

      Have a great day and a blessed and wonderful Christmas now.

      Lovingly,

      Gale ^i^


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      From: raymond_borowiak <ray_psi@...>
      To: destroy_evil@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tue, December 21, 2010 12:41:57 PM
      Subject: [destroy_evil] Re: box springs, wavelengths, and cancer


      Hey Gale

      long time no see, this is raypsi, heck only way to get away from emf is move out
      to the boon dock where there ain't no nothing. When I bought the zap checker in
      Dayton Ohio just down the street from Wright Patterson Airforce base. On my way
      back to Detroit I put the zapchecker on the dashboard. Anytime I came close to a
      City the emf would spike I could tell when I was leaving the City the emf would
      go down.

      Towit the only place other I found was inside a microwave oven that didn't have
      any emf, with the oven unplugged. You can put a cell phone in a microwave oven
      and it goes bye bye from the face of the earth.

      So to get off the grid you would have to live in a hugh sheilded cabinet like a
      microwave oven.

      --- In destroy_evil@yahoogroups.com, Gale Stark <galewildangels@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      >
      > My house when Don brought his EMF meter pegged RED all the way to the top.
      >UGH!
      >
      > And he ran the thing up and down me and it was pegged RED all the way to the
      > top. We went outside to see if we would get the same readings on me and yep it
      >
      > didn't change. He said he had NEVER seen that before in his whole life. Makes
      >
      > one say, HmmMMM. Gale ^i^
      >
      >
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      > From: loohon <dogwood57@...>
      > To: destroy_evil@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Mon, December 20, 2010 11:52:24 AM
      > Subject: [destroy_evil] Re: box springs, wavelengths, and cancer
      >
      >
      > I really should get an EMF-measuring gizmo some day.
      >
      > As i replied to my own post
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/destroy_evil/message/3149
      > the house wiring might be even much more of an issue, even unconnected to the
      > grid. I am off-grid, but suspect my wiring (for solar) is picking up a lot of
      > MW.
      > Off course i have orgonite plugged in all over.
      >
      > Intuitively, i suspect that if one were wiring a house, one could neutralize
      >the
      >
      > negative antenna effect by simply putting a small loop in the wire every 19".
      > Just twist the wire with pliers or something 1/2 turn to form a tight loop.
      >
      > --- In destroy_evil@yahoogroups.com, "raymond_borowiak" <ray_psi@> wrote:
      > >
      > > well you got that right a few years ago I had a Zap Checker emf field
      >strenght
      >
      > >meter, it went crazy near bed springs. In fact anything metal re-radiates emf

      > >even automobiles, refrigerators, stoves, and my ten speed bike.
      > >
      > >
      > > maybe why that law enforcment went to plastic guns, I can imagine what a hunk
      >
      > >of metal strapped to your waist would do to you
      > >
      > > --- In destroy_evil@yahoogroups.com, "loohon" <dogwood57@> wrote:
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      > > >
      >>http://emf.mercola.com/sites/emf/archive/2010/08/18/your-box-spring-mattress-could-be-acting-as-a-gigantic-cancercausing-radiation-antenna.aspx
      >x
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