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allergy to electricity...RFID chips?

 
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allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
So I was just thinking that maybe the people who are allergic to electricity have been "chipped". I was watching this show on TV about two women, who were allergic and they had to live in a cave. They both had something in common...They had gotten surgery. Please tell me what you think below! :)
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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
I once worked with a guy who'd been stationed on a Navy tug (Diesel-electric) while in the service and had taken a direct hit from the generator and was very nearly killed by it. After that experience he couldn't even flip on a light switch or change a light bulb because even the tiny electric field around them would short circuit his central nervous system and knock him out cold. I figure it's entirely possible some people would have similar sensitivities to the RF from chip implants.
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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
I once worked with a guy who'd been stationed on a Navy tug (Diesel-electric) while in the service and had taken a direct hit from the generator and was very nearly killed by it. After that experience he couldn't even flip on a light switch or change a light bulb because even the tiny electric field around them would short circuit his central nervous system and knock him out cold. I figure it's entirely possible some people would have similar sensitivities to the RF from chip implants.
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That's horrible :( as in very sad. Such a life changing experience :´( but anyway those women just worked regular jobs and then they both had accidents and had to have surgery, right after the surgery they became extremely sensitive to electricity soon resulting in extreme headaches and other pain. Scientists say it's all in their head
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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
I once worked with a guy who'd been stationed on a Navy tug (Diesel-electric) while in the service and had taken a direct hit from the generator and was very nearly killed by it. After that experience he couldn't even flip on a light switch or change a light bulb because even the tiny electric field around them would short circuit his central nervous system and knock him out cold. I figure it's entirely possible some people would have similar sensitivities to the RF from chip implants.
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That's horrible :( as in very sad. Such a life changing experience :´( but anyway those women just worked regular jobs and then they both had accidents and had to have surgery, right after the surgery they became extremely sensitive to electricity soon resulting in extreme headaches and other pain. Scientists say it's all in their head
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I'd have a hard time pinning it down to an RFID chip or even the surgeries without a detailed history, there could be other factors in common that are still electricity related- proximity to high voltage power grids? Cell phone towers, 'smart' electric meters?

Coast to Coast AM just had an intriguing and informative show on the effects of electric fields on human a couple of nights ago, might be worth your while to browse it up and listen to it if you can. No doubt whatsoever, much of this planet is now drowning in man created electric fields that our minds and bodies were not designed to cope with.

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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
I once worked with a guy who'd been stationed on a Navy tug (Diesel-electric) while in the service and had taken a direct hit from the generator and was very nearly killed by it. After that experience he couldn't even flip on a light switch or change a light bulb because even the tiny electric field around them would short circuit his central nervous system and knock him out cold. I figure it's entirely possible some people would have similar sensitivities to the RF from chip implants.
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That's horrible :( as in very sad. Such a life changing experience :´( but anyway those women just worked regular jobs and then they both had accidents and had to have surgery, right after the surgery they became extremely sensitive to electricity soon resulting in extreme headaches and other pain. Scientists say it's all in their head
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I'd have a hard time pinning it down to an RFID chip or even the surgeries without a detailed history, there could be other factors in common that are still electricity related- proximity to high voltage power grids? Cell phone towers, 'smart' electric meters?

Coast to Coast AM just had an intriguing and informative show on the effects of electric fields on human a couple of nights ago, might be worth your while to browse it up and listen to it if you can. No doubt whatsoever, much of this planet is now drowning in man created electric fields that our minds and bodies were not designed to cope with.
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Yeah I guess, oh and if it makes a difference these women lived in a small town in Sweden :)
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Re: allergy to electricity...RFID chips?
I once worked with a guy who'd been stationed on a Navy tug (Diesel-electric) while in the service and had taken a direct hit from the generator and was very nearly killed by it. After that experience he couldn't even flip on a light switch or change a light bulb because even the tiny electric field around them would short circuit his central nervous system and knock him out cold. I figure it's entirely possible some people would have similar sensitivities to the RF from chip implants.
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That's horrible :( as in very sad. Such a life changing experience :´( but anyway those women just worked regular jobs and then they both had accidents and had to have surgery, right after the surgery they became extremely sensitive to electricity soon resulting in extreme headaches and other pain. Scientists say it's all in their head
 Quoting: ChocolateChick


I'd have a hard time pinning it down to an RFID chip or even the surgeries without a detailed history, there could be other factors in common that are still electricity related- proximity to high voltage power grids? Cell phone towers, 'smart' electric meters?

Coast to Coast AM just had an intriguing and informative show on the effects of electric fields on human a couple of nights ago, might be worth your while to browse it up and listen to it if you can. No doubt whatsoever, much of this planet is now drowning in man created electric fields that our minds and bodies were not designed to cope with.
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Yeah I guess, oh and if it makes a difference these women lived in a small town in Sweden :)
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At first blush it may seem that they'd be subjected to LESS electricity and it's effect and that may be a correct assumption, but then too if their family trees come from the same part of the world it may be that they've inherited less natural resistance to them too. It might be interesting to know if these two share a common ancestry, how far back, and if other members of the gene pool not yet identified as such are sharing similar symptoms.

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That's horrible :( as in very sad. Such a life changing experience :´( but anyway those women just worked regular jobs and then they both had accidents and had to have surgery, right after the surgery they became extremely sensitive to electricity soon resulting in extreme headaches and other pain. Scientists say it's all in their head
 Quoting: ChocolateChick


I'd have a hard time pinning it down to an RFID chip or even the surgeries without a detailed history, there could be other factors in common that are still electricity related- proximity to high voltage power grids? Cell phone towers, 'smart' electric meters?

Coast to Coast AM just had an intriguing and informative show on the effects of electric fields on human a couple of nights ago, might be worth your while to browse it up and listen to it if you can. No doubt whatsoever, much of this planet is now drowning in man created electric fields that our minds and bodies were not designed to cope with.
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Yeah I guess, oh and if it makes a difference these women lived in a small town in Sweden :)
 Quoting: ChocolateChick


At first blush it may seem that they'd be subjected to LESS electricity and it's effect and that may be a correct assumption, but then too if their family trees come from the same part of the world it may be that they've inherited less natural resistance to them too. It might be interesting to know if these two share a common ancestry, how far back, and if other members of the gene pool not yet identified as such are sharing similar symptoms.

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yeah, it's a shame that I saw the show about a year ago and I don't remember their names :( otherwise I could do some backtracking. :)
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