By Catherine J. Frompovich
We don’t want to believe that our new toys to which we are so attached and which bring enormous profits could also cause our demise or that of our children. But science is not about belief. Government’s responsibility to their citizens should not be either. — Devra Davis, PhD
With the all-out PUSH to saturate the atmosphere with 5G, there probably are some unknown health issues consumers don’t know about, but science does and has ‘hidden’ away, so we need to start prying around and asking questions about those “under-the-carpet” issues.
One of the key “carpet” questions to be asked should be “Will 5G DRAMATICALLY activate the ‘Frey Effect’?”
If you are like most smart-tech-addicts, you probably don’t know what I’m referring to.
However, the “Frey Effect” affects you more than you may know insofar as microwaves open up the blood brain barrier—a huge health No-No! That’s the “Frey Effect”! Most, if not all, smart devices are operated using microwaves! Think cell phones and Wi-Fi!
In 1960, Allan Frey, a neuroscientist at GE’s Advanced Electronics Center at Cornell University, was able to “hear” the persistent low-level hum of radar, which was not normal sound waves, but ‘noise’ that was heard within the brain itself due to EMFs interacting with brain cells and generating tiny electrical fields.
Consequently, the sad and probably ‘consensus-based’ opinion of Frey’s research was his findings caused uproars within the neuroscience community and probably within the military microwave weapons industry. Why? Because Frey inadvertently had discovered microwaves can—and do—open up the blood brain barrier. As a result, Frey was prevailed upon to stop further investigation, and he did!
Has there been meaningful research into the blood brain barrier and microwave hearing done in the USA since Frey’s innovative research findings? How much research is there? Who’s sitting on it?
That’s why I’m asking the question so that specific biological-altering aspect can be investigated before the 5G – and possibly 6G – rollouts take effect and ‘fry’ our brains.
We know 5G will activate the body’s sweat glands, since those glands act as “antennae”!
But how would the blood brain barrier become involved?
The blood–brain barrier separates the brain’s blood vessels from brain tissue. It regulates what can and can’t enter the brain, protecting it from toxins and pathogens in the blood.
Source: Physics World*
Note that “Focused ultrasound opens the blood–brain barrier”! *
What is the frequency of ultrasound?
Any sound with a frequency above 20,000 Hz (or 20 kHz)—that is, above the highest audible frequency—is defined to be ultrasound.Source:BC Campus
Somehow it seems we are playing around in a high-tech physiological playground we should not be messing with, i.e., the brain and human nervous system, unless there is an ultimate goal such as Transhumanism?
Have you ever given thought to the ultrasound photos of a fetus taken during gestation? Yikes!
The Cellular Phone Task Forcehas a website devoted to “The Work of Allan H. Frey.”
The video below explains the “Frey Effect,” plus how unsafe and devious microwaves can be programmed to become.
Frey Microwave Hearing – Beam Voices Into Your Auditory Cortex
Frey Effect: Microwave transmission of speech directly into the auditory cortex. The victim hears the message, but even a person lying in bed next to him/her cannot hear the transmission.
Frey Effect also known as “microwave hearing”.
IRRADIATED A comprehensive compilation and analysis of the literature on radiofrequency fields and the negative biological impacts of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields (particularly radiofrequency fields) on biological organisms
Catherine J Frompovich (website) is a retired natural nutritionist who earned advanced degrees in Nutrition and Holistic Health Sciences, Certification in Orthomolecular Theory and Practice plus Paralegal Studies.Her work has been published in national and airline magazines since the early 1980s. Catherine authored numerous books on health issues along with co-authoring papers and monographs with physicians, nurses, and holistic healthcare professionals. She has been a consumer healthcare researcher 35 years and counting.