According to Merriam Webster’s dictionary, the medical Definition of microwave sickness is

a condition of impaired health reported especially in the Russian medical literature that is characterized by headaches, anxiety, sleep disturbances, fatigue, and difficulty in concentrating and by changes in the cardiovascular and central nervous systems and that is held to be caused by prolonged exposure to low-intensity microwave radiation


As someone who is suffering from this NORMAL reaction to overexposure to highly toxic manmade radiation and the deadly frequencies that are associated with transmission, I would add to this definition the following symptoms:



Difficulty breathing

Extreme sweating from thermal overheating

Electrical zapping across my skin

Headaches and pressure in my head and ears to the point of being unbearable

Ears “ringing” (or rather SCREAMING) due to my ability to hear the manmade frequencies (this is called “microwave hearing” or “ultrasonic hearing“)

Eyes becoming blurry

Muscles twitching

Heart racing and flip flopping in such a way that I fear having a heart attack

Much, much more


Source Article by Art KAB
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Your Cell Phone (i.e. Electromagnetic Weapon) May –Insidiously – Be Making Us Sick!

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. – Arthur Schopenhauer

In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities. In the expert’s mind there are few. – Shunryu Suzuki

The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. – Albert Einstein

A good student answers questions but does not question answers. – Ira Shor

Many people have a hard time fathoming that something that they cannot see, touch, smell, taste or hear – sense with the five senses – can harm them so much. But if people did really know the facts regarding the dangers of cell phones and WiFi (wireless networks) and the masts (cell phone towers) that emit an ever-increasing and pervasive level of microwave radiation, would they still be willing to use them? Would they still be willing to allow the antennas to be built in the vicinity of their homes, work places, schools, and hospitals? The fact of the matter is that there are about eighty immune system disorders that we didn’t have twenty-five years ago before we really started microwaving the planet. Research is showing that this electrosmog may very likely be playing a role in a host of illnesses including autism, ADHD, CFS, Alzheimer’s, allergies, heart disease, stroke, diabetes , insomnia, depression, infertility, leukemia, breast cancer, brain tumors, miscarriages, birth defects, and a plethora of other illnesses – not to mention electrosensitivity (ES) .

Dr. George Carlo , who ran a multi-million dollar research program for the cell phone industry and went public regarding the dangers posed by cell phones, uses the analogy of putting a frog in water. If you put a frog in boiling water, it will jump out. However, if you put a frog in cold water and gradually heat the water, you can cook the frog because the frog’s body will adjust to the slight changes in temperature and it will not notice it is being cooked. Well, the same thing might be happening to an unsuspecting public – a public that has not been informed about the real dangers of microwave radiation from cell phones, WiFi and other high-frequency-radiation emitting devices and antennas.

The truth of the matter is that your cell phone and your WiFi might very well be making you and those close to you sick! Please read on!

I. Symptoms known to be caused by exposure to electromagnetic radiation – depending on frequency, duration, and exposure levels – in the early stages (and/or at lower exposure levels) can be decreased stamina, memory problems, fatigue, sleep disturbances, headaches, eye sensitivities, increased allergies and other sensitivities, dizziness, irritability, concentration problems, nausea, and restlessness. At the latter stages (and/or at higher exposure levels), unexplained anxiety, insomnia, swollen lymph nodes, depression, loss of appetite, hypoxia (lack of oxygen getting to the tissues), hyperactivity, dry eyes, vision problems, weakened immune system, frequent urination, night sweats, extreme thirst, weight gain or weight loss, testicular pain and so on (Becker 1985, Levitt 1995, Cherry 1996, Kolodynski & Kolodynski 1996, Santini et al 2002, Al Khlaiwi & Meo 2004, Radio Wave Sickness, Selsam 2005, Bortkiewicz et al 2005, Sage 2006). These symptoms very often suddenly appear in people who have had a cell phone tower installed nearby their home.

II. Microwave exposure induces oxidative damage leading to depletion of the body’s natural production and store of a number of antioxidative enzymes and antioxidants like super oxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, glutathione, CoQ10, and melatonin (Wei 1999, Campanella et al 2003, Gautier & Santini 2003, Ilhan et al 2004, Ozquner et al 2005, Regoli et al 2005, Zwirska-Korczala et al 2005, Goldberg G. 2006, Jelenkovi et al 2006, Kalns et al 2006, Ozquner et al 2006,Yurekli et al 2006, Carlo 2007). When the body becomes depleted in antioxidants, what are known as free radicals – aka reactive oxygen species (ROS) – will wreck havoc on the body’s cellular systems (e.g. cell wall, mitochondria, DNA) causing oxidative damage which can thus lead to premature aging, a weakened immune system, and sticky blood, among other serious problems. With a depressed level of antioxidants in the blood, for example, not only low-density lipoproteins (LDL) will bind with free radicals (oxidants) leading to the gooey stuff that forms plaque on arterial walls, but evidence is showing that this can also happen with the high density lipoproteins (HDL) as well (Hurtado, et al 1996). This leads to arteriosclerosis and more viscous blood which in turn can cause blood clots leading to strokes and heart attacks.

III. Microwaves, depending on their frequencies, have been known to effect an abnormal flux of calcium into or out of cells (Nair 1989, Cleary 1999, Dorothy 1999 , Amara 2004). When there is an abnormal influx of calcium into mast cells, for example, they release histamine (Chakravarty 1986, 1987). This is just one of the ways in which microwave exposure has been known to trigger or aggravate allergic reactions.

IV. Microwave exposure has been known to induce mitochondria dysfunction (Dutto et al 1984, Xie et al 2004, Goldberg G 2006, Buchachenk et al 2006). The mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell. Dysfunctional mitochondria will interfere with the cellular energy production and can be linked to fatigue – and very possibly even obesity.

V. Microwaves have been shown to depolarize the body’s red blood cells (Tomson). This will cause the red blood cells to clump together and when this happens, the amount of oxygen getting to the brain cells and the body’s other organs’ cells is substantially diminished leading to hypoxia. This can cause symptoms similar to altitude sickness: nausea, dizziness, inability to concentrate, headaches and so on. Microwaves have also been shown to induce protein shedding from the cellular membranes of red blood cells (Liburdy et al 1984, 1987, 1988). This would naturally weaken the red blood cell leaving it more susceptible to attack by free radicals and hence to oxidative damage.

VI. Microwave exposure has been shown in studies to induce a decrease in the numbers of Natural Killer (NK) cells (Smialowicz et al 1983, Yang et al 1983, Nakamura et al 1997, 1998, Dmoch & Moszczynski 1998), which is a form of white blood cell (lymphocyte) and is the body’s first line of defense against pathogens. This leads to the body’s weakened ability to recover from viral and other types of infections. Therefore, people exposed to microwave radiation would take longer than normal to recover from your day-to-day infections.

VII. Exposure to long-term microwave radiation has been shown to change a particular form of white blood cell (lymphocyte) ratio – known as the T-helper/T-suppressor (T4/T8) cell ratio – from normal to abnormal (Dmoch & Moszczynski 1998). Abnormalities in this T-lymphocyte ratio have been shown to lead to an increased susceptibility to viral, fungal, and bacterial infections. Symptoms include “sore throats, low-grade fevers, weakness, persistent fatigue, and swollen lymph glands” (Braverman).

VIII. In fact, research has shown that exposure to microwaves and other electromagnetic radiation not only weakens the immune system, but also effects an increase in viruses, bacteria, mold, parasites, and yeast in the blood of the human host.

IX. Microwave exposure has been shown in studies to induce what is known as “subliminal” stress (Becker 1985, Levitt 1995), (since the body does not know it is being stressed) causing the adrenal glands to excrete an abnormally greater amount of cortisol and adrenaline. Excretion of adrenaline, for one, can lead to irritability and a feeling of hyperactivity – the latter now very common in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In a continuous state this will eventually lead to adrenal exhaustion, in which the adrenal glands just stop working, which is a common abnormality found in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

X. Microwave exposure has been shown to alter levels of 5-HT in the blood (Wang 1989) of workers exposed. 5-HT is a precursor to the production of the brain hormone serotonin. Low levels of serotonin have been linked to anxiety and depression (Gorman et al 2002, Goldberg G 2006). An increase in anxiety and depression can in turn be linked to growing numbers of suicides.

XI. Microwave exposure has been shown to induce a decrease in levels of the brain hormone norepinephrine (Takahashi et al 1994). This hormone is essential for control of the autonomic nervous system, and lack of it can lead to autonomic nervous system disorders. For example, if the autonomic nervous system is not working properly, the body will have trouble regulating its temperature – i.e. cooling itself when it is warm and heating itself when it is cold (Gandhi & Ross 1987). This could lead to feeling colder than one would normally when it is cold and feeling warmer than one would normally when it is warm (Way et al 1981). In fact, People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (PWC) have been found to have a disturbed circadian Core Body Temperature (Tomoda et al 1997). An abnormal decrease in norepinephrine levels has also been connected to short-term memory disturbances (Clinton et al 2006), ADHD (Arnsten & Li 2005) and depression (Charney 1988, Meyer et al 2006).

XII. Production of the brain hormone melatonin has also been shown to be altered by exposure to microwaves (Yellon 1994, Altpeter et al 2006). This brain hormone and antioxidant is necessary for proper sleep. 42 million (approximately one in five) Americans in 2006 took sleep medication for insomnia, up 60% from 2000 (Saul 2006), while others often experience sleep disturbances due to exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR) (Hubert et al 2002). A drop in melatonin levels has also been connected with increases in breast cancer (Blask et al 2005).

XIII. Changes in the levels of the brain hormone, dopamine (or dopamine transporters), has also been shown to be connected with microwave radiation and other EMF exposure (Mausset-Bonnefont et al 2004, Sieron et al 2004). A drop in dopamine levels has also been linked with depression (Brown & Gershon 1993) and restless leg syndrome (RLS) (Allen 2004) .

XIV. Exposure to electromagnetic radiation has been shown to effect an abnormal drop in the levels of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (Modak et al 1981, Dutta et al 1992, Omura & Losco 1993, Testylier et al 2002, Gautier et al 2003). A drop in the levels of this neurotransmitter has been linked to a number of neurological and neuromuscular disorders – including Alzheimer’s disease.

XV. Some electromagnetic frequencies have been shown to induce restlessness (Cherry 1996, Rajendra et al 2004, Shtemberg et al 2004, Selsam 2005). This only strengthens the possible connection between EMR and restless leg syndrome (RLS) since dopamine has been shown to be affected by EMR and dopamine agonists are used to treat RLS (Weimerskirch & Ernst 2001, Aramideh & de Weerd 2006).

XVI. Electromagnetic fields – like those emitted by cell phones – have been shown to alter regional cerebral blood flow (Huber et al 2002, Huber et al 2005, Haarala et al 2003, Goldberg G 2006, Aalto et al 2006). In conditions like autism and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) it has been shown via SPECT (Single Proton Emission Computed Tomography) scans that there is an altered flow of blood in the brain (Tomoda et al 2000, Goldberg MJ 2000, Miike et al 2004).

XVII. Numerous studies are now connecting microwave and other electromagnetic radiation exposure to an increase in allergies (Kimata 2002 [see also Ingels], Kimata 2003, Kimata 2005). Microwave exposure has been shown to turn on mast cells to produce more histamine – the chemical responsible for allergic reactions – and other electromagnetic fields have been shown to actually increase the number of mast cells in the body (Johansson & Liu 1995, Johansson et al 1996, Johansson et al 2001). Microwaves have also been found to increase immunoglobulin antibodies in the body (Bergier et al 1990, Dmoch & Moszczynski 1998, Moszczynski et al 1999, Yuan et al 2004, Kimata 2005). Immunoglobulin antibodies are responsible for triggering an allergic reaction to a particular substance or protein. Could it be that the EMR confuses the body into making antibodies to the wrong things? Many researchers and scientists were – and still are – puzzled by the fact that the East German population had so few allergies in comparison to the West German population when the two countries unified (Hermann-Kunz 1999a & 1999b, Heinrich et al 2002, Kramer et al 2002). But what they failed to examine is the simple fact that East Germany had much stricter regulations regarding ambient radiation levels than West Germany. Since East Germany adopted West Germany’s standards, allergies in former East Germany have since reached par with the levels of former West Germany.

XVIII. Microwave exposure has also been shown to adversely affect the heart (Becker, 1985, pp. 314-315; Ozquner et al 2005) and could very well be linked to heart irregularities and responsible for triggering heart attacks.

XIX. Exposure to microwave radiation has also been shown to effect an abnormal increase in nitric oxide (NO) (Jelenkovic et al 2006). An abnormal increase in cellular calcium can also lead to an abnormal increase in cellular NO (Kitamura et al 1997, Li et al 2003), which in excess combines with the superoxide (O2-) to produce a damage-producing free radical or oxidant called peroxynitrite (Henmani & Parihar 1998). Peroxynitrite has been linked with chronic fatigue syndrome (Pall).

XX. Microwave exposure has been shown in numerous studies to open the blood brain barrier (BBB) (Albert & Kerns 1981, Williams et al 1984, Quock et al 1986, Quock et al 1987, Neubauer et al 1990, Schirmacher et al 2000). The BBB protects the brain from foreign substances like viruses, bacteria, and chemical toxins in the blood which may injure the brain. Thus, exposure to microwave radiation could very well open people up to viral and bacterial infections of the brain that would not normally occur otherwise.

XXI. There has been a dramatic increase in brain tumors (Bleyer 1999) and other cancers in the past twenty years – especially with the advent of the cell phone. After 1984 (the year the first cellular phone networks were set up in most major cities in the USA) there was a notable jump in children’s brain tumors (see video ) though according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) this is due to better diagnostics (1998). Brain tumors are now the number two cause of death in children followed by leukemia. Just last year seven people in Melbourne at RMIT University working in a building on the top two floors underneath a cell phone mast suddenly were diagnosed with brain tumors (Macnamara 2006). They had been working under the mast for ten years.

XXII. There has been an exponential increase in autism , ADHD, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome , and Alzheimer’s since 1984, the year the first commercial cell phone networks started to spread across the USA. These rates increased even further with the switchover from analog (1G) to digital (2G) in the early 90s (Marshall 2001, Weatherall 2007).

XXIII. There have been numerous confirmed cases of deformities in animals (Animal Study) and plants (Kato 2004) near cell phone towers – and the worldwide disappearance of frogs (Balmori 2006), birds (Mukherjee 2003) and insects (most recently bees – see Barrionuevo 2007) is being connected with these levels of ambient background radiation (Sandu 2007) . Also, sardines (or pichard) in Australia (Gov. of Australia ), carp in Japan (CBS News 2003), and lobster in Florida (Schneider 2003) have been found to be infected with forms of the herpes virus. One study has even shown that electromagnetic fields can actually stimulate the genome of the Epstein-Barr Virus (Grimaldi et al 1997), the herpes virus responsible for mononucleosis in the US or aka glandular fever in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. A number of herpes-family viruses (e.g. CMV, EBV, HH6V) are usually found to infect people with CFS, autism, ADHD, and Alzheimer’s.

Now, in heavily electropolluted Japan it has been reported that it is very common for women to have miscarriages in their last trimester of pregnancy. Usually, the fetus is deformed. One study (Nagaishi et al 2004) has shown chromosome abnormalities in the fetuses of miscarriages in Japan and another has shown an increasing male/female ratio in fetal deaths since the 1970s (Mizuno 2000). Cell-phone use has also recently been shown to lower sperm count in men the longer they use the phone (Hope 2006).

The cell phone industry makes hundreds of billions of dollars in profits every year. They have the money and the power to influence politicians, the media, and even the research. Unethical researchers receive mass funding from this industry and are pressured to tell you it is safe while the researchers who inform us of its true dangers have consistently had their funding cut.

At present there are approximately 40,000 signatories to The Freiburger Appeal drafted after a number of German doctors recognized a connection between many of the symptoms listed above and exposure to microwave radiation and other EMR – and after the German government had failed to act to protect its citizenry. In some countries like Israel and Ireland there have been cases where citizens have taken their health and the law into their own hands when they realized that their governments would not protect them or their children from this danger. Naturally, we all have a right not to be exposed to this radiation which is affecting our health and making us and our families sick. Unfortunately, it seems like our governments favor the corporations and of course their money over our rights. We should expect to be seeing lawsuits in the future with regards to second-hand RF radiation.

The only way the cell phone industry gets its power is because consumers pay them their money. They have created an imaginary need or addiction. But if you heed the information above, then you will hopefully realize that you do not really need this “unnecessary evil” – or rather you need it like you need a hole in your head or rather a brain tumor. Consumers need to become aware that they do have the power to affect change. Hence, the consumer is either part of the problem or part of the solution! The consumer can decide. The consumer has a choice – that is – unless they are Unconscious! The forces of greed, selfishness, conformity, ignorance, apathy, obedience, fear, blind skepticism, and denial are powerful forces in our societies, which industries hence use to manipulate a populace. However, they are all still forms of Unconsciousness. And only an Unconscious person, aware of the severe damage that this technology is leveling, would pay an industry to cause them, their family and others harm. Only an Unconscious person would be a willing partner in a grave crime being committed against other human beings, plants, insects, and animals living on this planet. Social psychologists have shown that it is much easier for people to harm other people when they do so under the orders of an authority figure – and further if done so indirectly and incrementally. When you add in the unconscious elements of conformity (everyone else is doing it so it must be OK), convenience, selfishness, greed, and denial, well you naturally have the ingredients for a disaster. If someone kills you directly and immediately, they go to jail; however, if someone kills you indirectly and incrementally, well they get away with murder. What should eventually come to light is that the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) are not in Iraq, but rather in our front pockets, and we are not only committing mass genocide with these EM WMDs but also a slow mass suicide.

What can we do to protect ourselves and our families from this unconsciousness? One thing would be to limit one’s and one’s family’s exposure to the electrosmog as much as possible. This can be done by relocating – (though finding a place without this radiation is becoming more and more difficult), and if this is not possible – shielding one’s home. There was recently a building built in Budapest which is designed to block residents’ exposure to EMR (All Hungary News 2007) which is evidence that people are indeed starting to take this problem seriously. More and more people are looking into creating EMR-free communities (see EMF-Refugee at and we can expect in the future that doctors will start sending patients to these areas. Meters and shielding materials can be purchased at and other companies like it. Numerous studies are now showing that a number of antioxidants have an ability to protect one against the negative consequences of exposure to electromagnetic radiation. However, each antioxidant works differently in the body with some offering more protective effects to specific organs (e.g. milk thistle has been shown to offer the liver specific protection) while a number work in conjunction with each other. Therefore, it is useful to think of a “football team” analogy when taking antioxidants with each one performing a specific function while also working together as a team. The following are recommended with many already being shown in studies to offer protection against EMR: Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA), Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, the B vitamins, Carotene, Cryptoxanthin, Lutein, Zeazanthin, Lycopene, Flavanoids, Gingko Biloba, Pycnogenol, Grape Seed Extract, Quercetin, Isoflavones, Milk Thistle, Bilberries, Blueberries, Hawthorn, Glutathione (from whey powder), N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD), Selenium, Catalase, Bee Propolis and Coenzyme Q10. Many of these products can be bought at discount supplement companies like Also, products like Noni Juice, Blueberries, Bee Propolis, Snake Venom, certain Chinese herbs, Inositol, Transfer Factor – plus the acupuncture point ST36 (Zusanli) – have been shown to stimulate NK cell production in the body. For people suffering from mycoplasma infections, the product Myco from Raintree Nutrition – has been shown to be effective against this pathogen. Acupuncture and Qigong are also helpful in balancing and strengthening the body’s own natural electromagnetic field. These are however, all short-term solutions. In the long-term, the only solution will be to drastically reduce this dangerous and unacceptable level of ambient background electromagnetic radiation.

Since it is premature to expect civilization to wake up from its unconsciousness anytime in the near future, the only feasible alternative now is to look at fiberoptics – which has been proposed by the late New Zealand biophysicist Dr. Neal Cherry and is also now being promulgated by Dr. George Carlo. So rather than radiating the whole planet with high frequency microwaves, it would be much safer to have fiberoptic cables everywhere with ubiquitous outlets in which to plug in electronic devices including cell phones and computers. One can also envision umbrella cell-phone and WiFi usage areas – similar to cigarrette smoking areas – having an extremely limited range, where those who would like to go and fry their brains with microwaves can do so without harming those who would rather not.

“All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.”

P.S. The cell phone industry has been buying up the patents on inventions that help protect cell phone users from the harmful radiation emitted by cell phones. Unfortunately, it is a catch-22 situation for them since if they use them, they are hence admitting what they have been denying all along – that cell phones are actually dangerous. This would open them up to a plethora of possible lawsuits. Either way, the consumer loses.


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