Unseen hazards worse than global warming

An immediate threat exists today that could usher us back to a pre-electrical era in less than a minute.

by Nina Anderson — 

Al Gore’s campaign to expose humanity’s negative influence on the environment has created tremendous awareness for the plight of the planet. Entire magazine issues have focused on the subject, while threatened industries spend lots of money to challenge the reports and convince the public that global warming is not happening. Although they are occurring, Earth’s changes from global warming may take decades to affect our way of life.

Nevertheless, an immediate threat exists today that could usher us back to a pre-electrical era in less than a minute. This unseen hazard is wave technology, which means frequencies from a variety of origins — cell towers, cell phones, non-lethal weapons, high altitude atmospheric heaters, microwaves and the most destructive to our advanced civilization, EMP (electromagnetic pulse) bombs. These simple-to-produce weapons, when detonated over an area, completely dismantle anything electrical, such as automobiles, airplanes, wells, heating, lighting, computers — just about everything that facilitates contemporary life. In an instant, we could be relegated back to the horse-and-buggy days.

These unseen threats are not new. According to archeologists and researchers, ancient civilizations possessed high levels of technology that became their downfall, possibly causing cataclysmic changes on Earth. Just like our present irresponsible use of technology without regard for long-term human or environmental side-effects, the ancients may have triggered the first pole shift.

Are the 2012 prophecies warning us not to repeat history? It is as if we are caught in a time loop.

In December 2012, our solar system will be in a specific alignment that could exert a strong pull on Earth’s stability. Our electromagnetic pulses may just become the straw that broke the camel’s back, causing a weak and wobbling planet to flip as it might have done 12,000 years ago.

A study of ancient civilization illustrates similarities to our own present disregard for our sustainable spot in the heavens. Twelve thousand years later, we are repeating the same mistakes. Let us consider the ignorance of the ancients and heed their warnings.

 

Nina Anderson is the author of 17 books on health and the environment, including Worse Than Global Warming. www.safegoodspub.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 26, Number 6, December 2007/January 2008.

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