England: 5G technology was installed at Glastonbury Music Festival this year by wireless carrier EE, in partnership with Cisco, Microsoft, and the BBC, as part of a governmental agenda called 5G Rural First that purports to be about giving better internet access to country dwellers. An activist recorded EMF frequencies around the site, and while EE and British Telecom promised to keep the voltage of their 5G EMF pulses to around 3.0 Ghz, it was recorded going up as high as 6.0 Ghz, double the amount promised by EE. People reportedly went to medical stations with headaches, nose bleeds, stinging eyes and digestive issues – all classic symptoms of EMF radiation poisoning.
A group of 230 doctors and scientists have warned that 5G health effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes to the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being.
In my previous article about the testing of 5G technology at this year’s Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, I wrote about how we tested the EMF frequencies around the Pilton site about five days before the crowds began to arrive. At this point, EE and British Telecom were just setting up their presence, and promising to keep the voltage of their 5G EMF pulses low. However, our electromagnetic frequency meter was bleeping alarmingly and flashing red.
During the festival itself, we heard reports that some people were experiencing classic symptoms associated with 5G radiation such as bad headaches, nose bleeds and stinging eyes.
Over the course of the weekend, Simo Zia made a series of videos in which tested the EMFs around the site. He found levels that he said were 1,000 times more than the natural voltage of the human body.
Simo had his account wiped off Facebook for reporting the truth that the telecommunications industry doesn’t want us to know about, but so far his videos have managed to survive on You Tube, and so here they are: