MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Yesterday, I was reading that we are in a pandemic of another kind. Google Trends analysis, and psychologists have discovered a major jump in searches related to anxiety, panic attacks, and treatments for panic attacks.
The researchers used Google search data to examine trends in mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, and based on that search, say panic attacks could be affecting millions.
They used Google Trends to analyze an extensive list of mental health-related terms that people searched for before and after the World Health Organization issued a pandemic declaration on March 11, 2020. They found a major jump in searches related to anxiety, panic attacks, and treatments for panic attacks, especially remote and self-care techniques, in the weeks following the pandemic declaration.
Panic attacks are not rare. At least 11 percent of American adults experience a panic attack each year, and the National Institute of Mental Health estimates that about 5 percent of Americans will develop panic disorder at some point in their lives. Panic disorder is characterized by sudden and repeated intense panic attacks accompanied by overwhelming worry about future attacks and avoiding places or situations where attacks have happened.
There hasn’t been much research examining the pandemic’s effect on panic attacks. But surveys have shown that Americans are experiencing elevated levels of stress and anxiety, which, experts say, could contribute to panic attacks.
Logically, people are concerned about the Pandemic –and many people would certainly be on edge every time they turn on the TV and see COVID death tolls that are as common as weather reports.
However, we are being told that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that we will be seeing herd immunity with these vaccines that they keep pushing on us.
But there are concerns that these vaccines are causing problems in people, because their bodies are rejecting nanoparticles that are coated with Polyethylene glycol.
Polyethylene glycol has never been used before in an approved vaccine, but it is found in many drugs that have occasionally triggered anaphylaxis—a potentially life-threatening reaction that can cause rashes, a plummeting blood pressure, shortness of breath, and a fast heartbeat. Some allergists and immunologists believe a small number of people previously exposed to Polyethylene glycol may have high levels of antibodies against Polyethylene glycol, putting them at risk of an anaphylactic reaction to the vaccine.
Polyethylene glycol is also used in everyday products such as toothpaste and shampoo as thickeners, solvents, softeners, and moisture carriers, and they have been used as a laxative for decades. An increasing number of biopharmaceuticals include PEGylated compounds as well.
People online are now joking about getting nanoparticles injected into their bodies and how they are not being affected and yet we are seeing adverse reactions in others and possible nanotech responses that come in the form of nausea, headache and feelings of panic.
This gives us a moment of pause and with a little research there may be other reasons why people are experiencing these strange and unwanted feelings.
We are in a world that is constantly changing and is constantly manipulated. These manipulations and changes are being made by very powerful people who are twisted enough to warn you when you are in the cross-hairs of one of their diabolical agendas.
Using what intuitive skills, we have, we can tap into the storehouse of information we have accumulated over time and understand that there are many things that go one that are not by accident.
Things happen for a reason, and there are things that I have reported for you to prepare for that may not be as immediate as you would like but there really is no statute of limitations on predictions that urge preparedness.
Clearly, there are manipulators that continually try to cover up and obfuscate their machinations. The more we are aware of them the more we should feel obligated to expose them. However, it is important to fully understand what is happening without jumping to conclusions or rattling off some Illuminati list of enemies that we always hear about.
I’m not saying that there aren’t opportunist out there exploiting you and pumping fear into your minds – it is just that we have to keep things in perspective.
I know that is a hard thing to do right now when we see that everything must be political, even your health now is political, what you wear is political, whether or not you can breathe is political.
Ever since Aristotle spoke of humans as the “rational animal,” we have had a picture of ourselves as rational beings that are hampered by shortcomings like anger and fear and confirmation bias.
Cognitive science says just the opposite. Cognitive science shows us that humans just are a collection of messy little modules like anger and fear and the modules that produce confirmation bias. We have a few modules for processing logic and probability and rational goal-pursuit, but they are slow and energy-expensive and rarely used.
Reactionary override or cognitive override should prompt a rational thinker into understanding when something out of the ordinary may have the potential to be a danger in the future or even in the present.
But what if your anxiety, panic attacks and reactionary override are a product of your environment — and that things that you cannot see are triggering unwanted neural responses that can cause fits of rage, debilitating head aches and other maladies that have just crept up on you suddenly?
This may be the price we are paying for the continued bombardment of electric influence that pushes us in directions that not only affect us psychologically but as we learn more and more about the effects of technology, we are learning that it is affecting us on a genetic level.
What is most disturbing is that this type of electronic bombardment is now being weaponized and there have been several stories lately that are beginning to acknowledge the possibility that the voices people are hearing, the anxiety they are having, and the rage they are feeling is quite possibly a weapon of warfare.
Microwave radiation has always been a concern for those who are sensitive to what is called electromagnetic smog. Microwaves are ubiquitous in our modern lives. The short radio waves power radars, cook foods, relay messages and link cellphones to antenna towers. They’re a form of electromagnetic radiation on the same spectrum as light and X-rays, only at the opposite end.
While radio broadcasting can employ waves a mile or more in length, microwaves range in size from roughly a foot to a tiny fraction of an inch. They’re seen as harmless in such everyday uses as microwaving foods. But their diminutive size also enables tight focusing, as when dish antennas turn disorganized rays into concentrated beams.
There is also concern over radio smog about 5G and how it is able to use the human body as a transmitter of these waves.
The dimensions of the human head, scientists say, make it a fairly good antenna for picking up microwave signals.
During the Cold War, Washington feared that Moscow was seeking to turn microwave radiation into covert weapons of mind control.Now, doctors and scientists say such unconventional weapons may have caused the baffling symptoms and ailments that, starting in late 2016, hit more than three dozen American diplomats and family members in Cuba and China. The Cuban incidents resulted in a diplomatic rupture between Havana and Washington.
The medical team that examined 21 affected diplomats from Cuba made no mention of microwaves in its detailed report published in JAMA in March. But Douglas H. Smith, the study’s lead author and director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania, said in a recent interview that microwaves were now considered a main suspect and that the team was increasingly sure the diplomats had suffered brain injury.
Of course, it was met with skepticism; in fact, the diplomats and doctors jokingly referred to the trauma as the “immaculate concussion.”
Strikes with microwaves, some experts now argue, more plausibly explain reports of painful sounds, ills and traumas than do other possible culprits — sonic attacks, viral infections and contagious anxiety.
In particular, a growing number of analysts cite an eerie phenomenon known as the Frey Effect, named after Allan H. Frey, an American scientist. Long ago, he found that microwaves can trick the brain into perceiving what seem to be ordinary sounds.
The false sensations, the experts say, may account for a defining symptom of the diplomatic incidents — the perception of loud noises, including ringing, buzzing and grinding. Initially, experts cited those symptoms as evidence of stealthy attacks with sonic weapons.
There is a clandestine group code named Jason, they are a selective group of elite scientists that helps the federal government assess new threats to national security, and they say that they have been scrutinizing the diplomatic mystery and weighing possible explanations, including microwaves.
Asked about the microwave theory of the case, the State Department said the investigation had yet to identify the cause or source of the attacks. And the FBI declined to comment on the status of the investigation or any theories.
The microwave idea teems with unanswered questions. Who fired the beams? The Russian government? The Cuban government? A rogue Cuban faction sympathetic to Moscow? And, if so, where did the attackers get the unconventional arms?
Could these microwave weapons be in use now, and are certain individuals feeling the effects of these weapons?
Early this year, in January, the spooky impact of microwaves on the human brain never came up during an open Senate hearing on the Cuban embassy attack.
But in a scientific paper that same month, James C. Lin of the University of Illinois, a leading investigator of the Frey effect, described the diplomatic ills as plausibly arising from microwave beams. Dr. Lin is the editor-in-chief of Bio Electro Magnetics, a peer-reviewed journal that explores the effects of radio waves and electromagnetic fields on living things.
In his paper, he said high-intensity beams of microwaves could have caused the diplomats to experience not just loud noises but nausea, headaches and vertigo, as well as possible brain-tissue injury. The beams, he added, could be fired covertly, hitting “only the intended target.”
In February, ProPublica in a lengthy investigation mentioned that federal investigators were weighing the microwave theory. Separately, it told of an intriguing find. The wife of a member of the embassy staff, it reported, had looked outside her home after hearing the disturbing sounds and seen a van speeding away.
A dish antenna could fit easily into a small van.
The medical team that studied the Cuba diplomats ascribed the symptoms in the March JAMA study to “an unknown energy source” that was highly directional. Some personnel, it noted, had covered their ears and heads but experienced no sound reduction. The team said the diplomats appeared to have developed signs of concussion without having received any blows to the head.
Reports emerged that American diplomats in China had suffered similar traumas. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the medical details of the two groups “very similar” and “entirely consistent” with one another. By late June, the State Department had evacuated at least 11 Americans from China.
To date, the most detailed medical case for microwave strikes has been made by Beatrice A. Golomb, a medical doctor and professor of medicine at the University of California, San Diego. In a forthcoming paper to be published in October in Neural Computation, a peer-reviewed journal of the MIT Press, she lays out potential medical evidence for Cuban microwave strikes.
She compared the symptoms of the diplomats in Cuba to those reported for individuals said to be suffering from radio-frequency sickness. The health responses of the two groups, Dr. Golomb wrote, “conform closely.”
In closing, she argued that “numerous highly specific features” of the diplomatic incidents “fit the hypothesis” of a microwave attack, including the Frey-type production of disturbing sounds.
Politico also reported that Troops appeared to be mysteriously falling ill in Syria, and the Pentagon suspects Russia is using directed energy weapons on the troops.
Four national-security officials involved in the investigation told Politico that the Department of Defense has been investigating the incidents of suspected attacks since last year.
Two sources told Politico that this included incidents in Syria, where troops developed flu-like symptoms last fall.
Politico also reported that the Defense Department has briefed lawmakers on intelligence about the suspected attacks.
But a Pentagon spokesperson told Politico that the Defense Department wasn’t aware of directed-energy attacks against troops in Syria.
Directed-energy attacks involve directing energy towards a particular target and could involve methods like lasers. It can involve directing microwave energy towards people, which harms people’s health.
Again it is hard to pinpoint how these weapons operate because the human body actually operates on electric impulses.
This is extraordinarily complex to evaluate when all living beings are technically electromagnetic, and every thought and emotion is a measurable frequency as well.
Moreover, even in the absence of external electric fields, there is a presence of tiny electrical currents in living beings due to the numerous chemical reactions that occur as part of the healthy living bodily functions. According to a WHO report, the heart is electrically active and nerves relay signals by transmitting electrical impulses.
Furthermore, since all human body systems are regulated by EMF signals, it is essential to evaluate not only how the biologically active human-made electric and magnetic fields impact humans, but also how it impacts all living beings at the cellular level.
It is however, a fact that EMF exposure contributes to many problems in the body such as :
Sleep disturbances, including insomnia.
Depression and depressive symptoms.
Tiredness and fatigue.
Dysesthesia (a painful, often itchy sensation)
Lack of concentration.
Changes in memory.
As we evaluate why human-made EMFs are more bioactive than natural electromagnetic fields, there are perhaps more questions than answers. Since biological effects are measurable responses to an electromagnetic stimulus or a change in the environment, should we not put efforts towards having a sufficient understanding of the impact of human-made electromagnetic fields on biology on a cellular level?
Think about how more people are complaining of not getting enough sleep at night — or how many of us experience tiredness or fatigue if we spend too much time at the computer. We may just attribute it to just being tired and overworked but there are other factors that seem to point to the possibility that we are now becoming electro fatigued and it is having effects on our immune system. There have been studies that indicate that the body’s response to electromagnetic smog triggers what is called the pro-inflammatory cytokine network in the body. What pro-inflammatory cytokines do is trigger malaise. It is simply the feeling that you have disease.
It is the constant fight or flight response that is ever present as we are not only being told that we are going to die but are being exposed to weaponized microwave weapons.
The military and the Department of Defense are now awakening to the undeniable proof that some responses of the human brain to this stimulus can be disastrous.