EMF-Emitting Satellites: What You Need to Know

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By Wendy Myers at Myers Detox
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Every month Elon Musk and other companies are launching satellites into Earth’s atmosphere. In August 2020 alone, 180 Starlink satellites were launched by Elon Musk. Over the next few years 100,000 high frequency EMF-emitting satellites will blanket the Earth in a terrifying amount of EMF unprecedented in human history.
We have no idea what the result will be on human health. Or life on this planet. How will this affect the bees? The birds and other animals?
I wanted to write about this looming health disaster and what this means for you. And some ways that you and your family can protect yourself.
If you take a look around your home you could likely spot at least five sources of EMF without straining a muscle. Your phone, laptop, WiFi, microwave, Smart TV, and the list goes on.
While many people are well aware of the sources of EMF in their immediate environment, and may even be taking measures to mitigate their impact, there’s a new dangerous hidden source of EMF that most people don’t even consider — satellites.

 

Your EMF meter won’t pick up on these high frequencies either because they’re in the 60Ghz range.

What makes the EMFs from satellites so disturbing is not only the powerful radiation that they give off, but the impact that they could have on the atmosphere, animals and insects that protects our earth and keeps life thriving on this planet.
In this article, you’ll learn:
  • Who is launching these satellites and why
  • The known dangers of EMFs
  • How these satellites are impacting our atmosphere
  • Why we are not safe from the impact on earth
  • The most effective way to combat this looming danger

The Danger of EMFs To Your Health and Wellbeing

EMFs are frequencies that can interact with the natural frequencies emitted by your body and cause disruption to your body on a cellular level.
Whether you’re aware of it or not, your body has an energy field surrounding it called your biofield. This field of energy is intimately tied to the energetic and electrical movement in your body. While it may sound woo woo, the human biofield is actually a scientifically understood concept, and has, in fact, been recognized as an inroads to healing the body for thousands of years[1].
When EMF radiation disrupts the frequencies emitted by your body it can cause disturbance and imbalances, which for many people show up as a myriad of symptoms.
Some side effects associated with EMF include:
  • Headache
  • Difficult concentrating
  • Brain fog
  • Tinnitus (ringing in ears)
  • Dizziness
  • Loss of memory
  • Fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Mood issues
  • Cardiovascular abnormalities
  • Stress / panic
  • Irritability
  • Low mood
  • Muscle pain
  • Itchy, burning sensations
Due to the fact that EMFs don’t simply target one part of your body, but your biofield in general, the symptoms that result can span a range of bodily systems. However, the brain, brain waves and the central nervous system, which is highly electric, is often the most severely impacted.

Who is launching these satellites and why?

You may be wondering where these troves of satellites are coming form, and what exactly they’re doing in our airspace? The vast majority of these high EMF-emitting satellites in space are being used to enhance internet speed, video surveillance and communication here on earth.
So, who’s responsible for this drastic influx in satellites? There are several companies that are launching into space, but the top four players include:

Starlink

Starlink, which is a satellite internet constellation constructed by SpaceX (founded by Elon Musk), launched 57 more satellites into space on Friday August 7th. This brings Starlinks satellite tally up to 595 currently. However, they are nowhere near complete with their plans to populate the sky.
Musk explained that they will need between 400 to 800 satellites in orbit to begin rollout of their coverage, which is meant to provide customers with high-speed, low-latency internet.
What’s more, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) granted SpaceX approval to launch as many as 12,000 Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit, with another application for 30,000 more pending[2][3].

OneWeb

OneWeb is a satellite-broadband company that’s based in the UK. Back in March OneWeb declared bankruptcy, but has since been bailed out by the UK government and Indian telecommunications company Bharti Global.
In an attempt to compete with SpaceX, OneWeb has applied to the FCC to launch 47,844 satellites. The company already has permission to launch 720 satellites, and if the FCC rules in their favor they will have nine years to launch the additional 47,844 into orbit[4].

Amazon

If you thought Amazon couldn’t take over one more thing, think again. Back in July the FCC granted Amazon’s application to launch 3,236 satellites into space. This project, known as Project Kuiper, is meant to create a mega-constellation of satellites that will orbit earth and provide internet to even the most remote areas of the planet[5].

EarthNow

EarthNow is a satellite company backed by Bill Gates that aims to deliver real-time video of the entire planet using satellite technology. That’s right, this company is launching advanced imaging video surveillance satellites which will provide real-time, continuous video of almost anywhere on earth.
Aside from the clear invasion of privacy that this technology will create, the level of EMF radiation that it will take to create a consistent video surveillance of the entire planet is unfathomable.
The exact number of satellites that EarthNow will need to launch its project has not been shared publicly, but is estimated to begin around 500[6][7].

Additional Companies Hoping To Launch Satellites

In addition to these four major satellite companies, there are a handful of small guys that are also hoping to add to the satellite pollution in our atmosphere.
  • Telesat (1,671 satellites)
  • Kepler (360 satellites)
  • Viasat (288 satellites)
  • Mangata Networks (790 satellites)

The Dangers of Satellites in Our Atmosphere

Due to the fact that this influx of satellites is so new, there isn’t a lot of research just yet that correlates the detrimental effects of EMF from satellites to health issues. This may work in favor of the large organizations that are flooding our skies with satellites at the moment — but there is no doubt that we will begin to see the dangerous side effects sooner rather than later.
These high-powered devices emit a constant and robust stream of EMF directly onto our planet. If devices like cell phones, Smart TVs, and laptops can disrupt your biofield, imagine what a high-frequency EMF emitting satellite could do?
The sheer density of the wireless radiation that is proposed is enough to pose serious threats to all life on earth — including human, animal, insect and plant life[8]
Perhaps equally disturbing is the impact that this influx of satellites will have on our ozone layer. The ozone layer is a crucial component of our stratosphere that absorbs the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, protecting life on earth from these dangerous UV rays[9].
When satellites are sent into orbit they do so either by riding on a rocket or a space shuttle. The pollution arising from these launches has already been a subject of concern for the ozone layer, and we have yet to see anything like the space pollution that’s yet to come[10].
For a little perspective, in 1991 the world averaged about 12 rocket launches per year. With the exponential increase in satellites that we are now seeing, that number will multiply manifold and the subsequent threat to the ozone layer will become ever more imminent[11].
Satellite Radiation On Earth?
Some people would like to argue that these satellites are so far away from the planet’s surface that they can’t possibly impact life on earth. It’s first crucial to understand that the entire purpose of these satellites is to impact life on earth through increased internet speeds and surveillance technology.
Furthermore, the sheer magnitude of EMF that this influx of nearly 100,000 new high-frequency satellites will have is more than enough to cause damage to both our atmosphere and the life on this planet[11].

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