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Thursday, October 15, 2009

A Word to the Wise T.I. - D.E.W. Effects That Mimic Illness

Do you find yourself sick with what seems like a cold, hay fever, or a flu every single weekend, holiday, day off from work, or day of an important appointment? Well, what you have may not be symptoms of natural illness, but instead be the effects of Electronic Harassment. What was that? Electronic Harassment (EH)?

With judicious targeting, the EH effects that are mimic symptoms of colds and flu. So, there is a good chance besides taking a couple of asperin, an antihistamine and a decongestant, you won't feel better unless you either you get away from your EH-doused home or us EH-shielding.

Shielding your head, especially your sinuses, bridge of nose and throat, as well as the back of neck, shoulders, upper thorax and digestive track will prevent you from getting worse, and may even prevent symptom-mimicking weapons effects: hot and feverous, sinus pain, stuffy nose, sore throat, neck; shoulder aches, shortness of breath and nausea.

How do you do this? First, sleep inside of a construction made by layering flexible silicon baking sheets, Rubbermaid suction-cup bath mats, and stainless steel baking sheets. With all of that you may still need to sleep with your hands/arms positioned so as to cover the part of your head or torso you feel the worse of the weapon's effects.

You can keep silicon baking sheets in place against your torso, over your entire digestive tract (neck to groin), sides, and back by positioning them between two layers of clothing (i.e.two t-shirts). Make sure there are no gaps between the sheets.

If you are suffering from a true cold or flu, then homeopathics, or a combination of over-the-counter antihistamine, decongestant, asperine and caffeine will leave you fit to make your appointment or participate in activism.

But if the situation is caused by EH, you'll know it because the shielding blocks or lessens the illness, an illness that returns when you aren't shielded in your house.

How exactly do you construct your shielding? Trial and error is the best way, but you need full 365 degree coverage and want to have the stainless steel sheets about 7 inches from your head. Try layering the other materials either on top of or underneath the stainless steel. You'll have to leave as small a hole as possible from which to breath, but try not to have that hole near your head.

Because your hot and feverish feeling can be caused by remotely directed microwave heating, it is helpful to have an oscillating fan on near by, to help cool you down (yes, even in chilly Canada). If you can afford to, then you might want to sleep with air conditioning on - yes, even the winter.

Be ready to reposition the materials and try new combinations of your shielding materials every night. One thing for certain: don't get into the habit of position the materials exactly the same way every night, This will give your tormentors more time to figure out a way to bypass your shielding.

So, the next time you want to attend a protest, go to a meeting or make an appointment, shield your head the night prior to the event, especially as soon as you feel the onset of effects/symptoms.

  • Rubbermat shielding discovered by Julianne McKinney.
  • Silicon baking sheet shielding discovered by Debbie Newhook.
Here's hoping that A Word to the Wise T.I. is sufficient.