Humanity in jeopardy
as medical mafia denies
obvious proof linking
electricity with disease
A REVIEW: PART 2
The Invisible Rainbow
A History of Electricity and Life
by Arthur Firstenberg
Chelsea Green Publishing
White River Junction, Vermont
“We are living in a world where information does not increase knowledge, nor open eyes. The cultural barriers are too great. Society has been in denial for too long. And yet it is impossible to continue the present path any longer. Decisions are being made to intensify the global microwave rain, before 2020, from a steady drizzle to a downpour.”
— Arthur Firstenberg, The Invisible Rainbow, p. 385
People are beginning to realize that our world has no future that we can recognize. Trapped in our houses by order of our governments, we are unable to communicate with others and reach a consensus that this Coronavirus hysteria is really a device to paralyze us from thinking critically as we are shaped into cringing robots by a despotic medical mafia and prevented from acting in unison to save ourselves from the most diabolical weapon ever invented.
Arthur Firstenberg’s book holds the key to the real problem that this government quarantine prevents us from understanding. The increasing electrification of the world has done nothing but cause an increase in diseases throughout the 20th century, and now the giant leap into 5G is expected to kill many millions of people who are already suffering from diabetes, heart disease, cancer and a bevy of other ailments caused by what was once called “radio wave disease”.
“The problem is that we are all being electrocuted to a greater or lesser extent, and because society has been in denial about that for more than 200 years, we invent terms that hide the truth instead of speaking in plain language and admitting what is happening,” writes Firstenberg, who has researched this subject all his life because he is electrosensitive, and represents a large swath of population which suffers from the same perplexing affliction.
Like rain on a campfire, electromagnetic fields douse the flames of metabolism. [ . . . ] Every person on the planet is affected by the invisible rain that penetrates into the fabric of our cells. Everyone has a slower metabolism, is less alive, than if those fields were not there.
— Firstenberg, p. 156
While the first part of this review focused on his conclusion that flu is not contagious — but rather is caused by the effects of electricity on the body (revealing that the current worldwide quarantine paralyzing human society and the panic it has engendered is a hoax with an ulterior motive) — the remainder of this review will be equally disturbing.
The author concludes that the impact of radio waves from the panoply of technological devices upon which the modern world has come to depend is the principal cause the burgeoning epidemics of diabetes, heart disease and cancer, as well as widespread environmental devastation.
What is worse is the author’s dire assessment of the human future. “You cannot contaminate the global electrical circuit with millions of pulsed, modulated electrical signals without destroying all of life.”
Do you have a headache?
“Even for those who don’t really get headaches,” Firstenberg writes, “their cellphones affect their sleep and their memory. Folk singer Pete Seeger wrote to me 20 years ago. At age 81,” he said, “it’s normal for me to start losing my memory. But everybody I tell this to, says, ‘Well, I seem to be losing my memory, too.”
With cellphones and cell towers now dominating the landscapes of much of the world and affecting populations with a bewildering array of modulation frequencies, Firstenberg writes: “Like the proverbial boiled frog, we are all immersed in a giant pot of radiation, whose intensity is increasing, and whose effect, though unperceived, is nevertheless certain.”
A condition known as “irritable heart” was first observed during the U.S. Civil War, which was also the first war in which the electric telegraph was used. Tens of thousands of soldiers who slept and fought beneath telegraph wires became disabled by chest pains and shortness of breath.
The sickness wasn’t really seen again until World War I, when the British army was outfitted with mobile radio sets, and again experienced shortness of breath and heart palpitations. This is often seen in the modern world as panic attacks.
Then in World War II the debility returned again, as radar joined radio as important weapons in the conflict and soldiers again got sick. This time it was called by its original name, neurasthenia.
Although many of the soldiers who came down with this were accused of being malingerers, these soldiers were not psychiatric cases, Firstenberg writes, they were warnings to the world.
By 1986 the Centers for Disease Control was calling this malady chronic fatigue syndrome, a trend that did not last long. But it was not much later before it was realized that the more electrification, the more heart disease appeared.
The doubling of heart attacks among U.S. athletes in 1996 was the year that digital cell phones first went on sale. Shortly thereafter Congress passed a law banning the regulation of cell towers on the basis of health concerns. It was signed into law by President Clinton.
But even today, the medical community continues to ignore electrification as the main cause of heart disease, despite the fact that this puzzling ailment Freud had called ‘anxiety disorder’ was most often diagnosed from cardiac symptoms.
Electricians and other electrical workers have always been plagued by leukemia, lymphomas and brain tumors. The famous wireless inventor Marconi suffered ten heart attacks before his premature death.
Cancer, diabetes and heart disease have all been related to residential electrification, yet their cause has remained UNEXPLAINED for 70 years.
Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell both had diabetes. It used to be rare. Diet alone is not responsible for this pandemic. When the nation of Bhutan was electrified, diabetes came with it. Indians on reservations have the highest rates of diabetes in the world. When electrification came to the reservations, diabetes came with it.
They became diabetics because of their cells reduced ability to metabolize fats. Cellphones interfere with glucose metabolism. Adding all the numbers together more than half of all Americans have elevated levels of sugar in their blood. In no country in the world is diabetes, or obesity, decreasing.
The relationship of electricity to heart disease also contains a riddle. Industrial electricity in any of its forms always injures. If the injury is not too severe, it also prolongs life. Radio waves increase lifespan even though they may diminish the quality of that life. Medicine still does not pretend to understand the aging process yet maximum age at death has been steadily rising.
In the chapter “Cancer and the starvation of life”, Firstenberg makes the connection that hemoglobin in the blood makes breathing possible but tumors have the ability to grow without oxygen.
Firstenberg concludes that cancer always accompanies electricity. Many cases of lung cancer can be attributed to radio waves as to smoking. Most moles and melanomas occur in unexposed areas. And there is the same upward curve on a graph for cancer as for heart disease and diabetes.
“A media war has pitted the independent scientists who report a tripling to quintupling of brain cancer rates among those who have used their cell phones for ten years or more against industry scientists who report no increase in cancer at all,” says the author.
In the early 2000s the Veterans Administration inexplicably stopped reporting cancer deaths. An oncologist in Sweden, after a long study, insisted that using both cellphones and cordless phones increases one’s risk for brain cancer.
“We are all, to an extent that has been intensifying for 160 years, in a mild state of suspended animation. We live longer, but are less alive, than our ancestors,” Firstenberg writes.
An unwanted ghost
Some people, in particular the electrosensitive, can hear electricity (I might be one myself; Firstenberg definitely is one of those who can hear the disturbing noise that electricity can make.) The late Pyramid Power guru Patrick Flanagan proved this when he invented the Neurophone, which allows the deaf to hear.
But for mainstream science, chemistry is king and electricity is omitted from most calculations and assessments. So for the woman who could hear in the Northern Lights the sound of rustling silk, there is nowhere to turn for help.
All the high frequency currents that course through the earth, and the high frequency electromagnetic fields that vibrate through the air, make millions of people sick. Society was, and is, in denial about that, Firstenberg writes.
In Michigan officials tried to ignore the problem until their cows got sick, hurting their economy. The hum heard in Oklahoma is related to airborne radar scouring the world for potential enemies.
Firstenberg notes that the worldwide trend toward energy efficient lightbulbs is a big mistake because the contain mercury vapor, which gives off ultraviolet radiation when energized by high voltage. Landfills all over the world are being polluted by mercury from broken lightbulbs.
Dimmer switches, power lines, and smart meters all contribute to the demonic choir of electronic noise that deafens electrosensitive ears.
The worldwide epidemic of tinnitus includes people that hear sounds in total silence. The only explanation is that they can hear the echo of noise of microwaves that emanate from computers and all manner of electronic devices.
Animals under attack
House sparrows are disappearing all over the world. Blame microwaves from cellphones and police radios. Birds sense radiation by their feathers. Plucked chickens weren’t affected by microwaves until their feathers started to grow back.
“Attaching a radio tracking device to a wild animal is like giving the animal a cellphone to wear,” Firstenberg writes, as a warning to high-tech naturalists.
The ability to navigate by migratory birds has been seriously affected. The colony collapse disorder in bees is totally related to microwaves.
Firstenberg blames HAARP, the giant array in Alaska that shoots electricity into the ionosphere, as ““an irresponsible act of global vandalism” that has destroyed a significant number of bees throughout the world.
In 2002 a 2 million square mile chunk of the Amazon rainforest was electrified by a Raytheon-built system of radars and sensors so pervasive that Brazilian officials insist they can hear a twig snap anywhere in that important forest.
People in Colorado now mourn the loss of most of their autumn color aspen trees that one observer called “a slow motion suicide”.
How many people, Firstenberg asks, will it take to say, “Your cellphone is killing me?”
As mortality rates in all sorts of diseases skyrocket, a doctor with “a constant stream of patients with ‘viral syndrome,’ typically with excruciating headache, ear pain, swollen gland deep in the neck, nasal congestions they could not get rid of, facial pain, sore throat, and sometimes profound dehydration, reports that the majority of her patients were not responding to medication.
No way to escape
“The invisible tentacles of civilization, in the form of cell towers, radar installations, and two way satellite dishes, have made radiation ubiquitous, impossible to escape no matter how far away you go and how much land you buy. And even if you find one of the last hidden sanctuaries, it can be destroyed in an instant, invisibly and without warning. There is no protection. Quite the opposite — laws have been passed preventing citizens from protecting themselves, or elected officials from doing anything about the radiation. But no one is immune.”
— Firstenberg, p. 373
Women in their 20s and 30s who keep their cellphones in their bras are getting a distinctive type of breast cancer directly underneath where they keep their phones.
Rates of total hip replacements have skyrocketed since cellphones began living in hip pockets.
An American study conducted from 2003 to 2013 found that young men had lower sperm counts than their elders for the first time in human history.
In 2019, the Blue Cross Blue Shield report titled “The Health of Millennials” showed that not only the health of this generation takes a sharp turn for the worse at age 27, but also that the prevalence of many medical conditions had risen significantly in just three years.
“The only reasonable explanation for the alarming decline in health of the millennial generation is the lifelong irradiation of their brains and bodies from their cellphones. [ . . . ] Microwave radiation is responsible for the tragic state of the millennial generation’s health compared to the health of every generation that preceded them.”
Firstenberg’s book is the new Silent Spring, Rachel Carson’s 1962 manifesto against the use of DDT which first galvanized opposition to environmental poisoning.
The safe level of exposure to radio waves is zero.
“Humankind is now willing and able to finally fulfill the original promise of the telegraph, put into words a century and a half ago. That promise, however, is the ultimate Trojan horse, containing within it an unsuspected threat: the annihilation or severe impoverishment of life itself.”
— Firstenberg, p. 386