Dear (Deleted for Data protection), Luton.
We do not live there anymore. In the end we had to abandon our home (and place of work, means we were there 24 hours a day/7 days/week, 365 days/year ) The house is still standing empty 1½ years later. Why I wonder.
I still miss my house awfully. But we did get lots of measurements on the Com monitor. With the mast only 28 meters away, our Com monitor lit up like a Xmas tree. (see attached photo, all lights are lit to the top of the scale). (Sorry.I do not have the photo. G.Lyden)
But the thing is that UMTS is a Sinister thing. It is not the deadly silent radiation of GSM. It is very noisy indeed and probably even more deadly than GSM. I first found out about the noise when they shut the mast down for repairs on the 180804 and then again on the 010904. It was like coming into the “EYE” of a Tornado, suddenly it was totally quiet after the raging storm.
Erik measured and there was no radiation. And then suddenly it all started again, and I felt physically that they had turned it on again, Erik measured and it was on again.
But the worst thing is, that we made a lot of effort to shield for the radiation, and managed to shield it away, but still, sitting in the spots where the beams came into the house we fainted and lost consciousness. There is still a big mark in the carpet of our TV room where my hot iron fell on the floor and melted the carpet fibre. We were very lucky that the carpet did not ignite and burn the house down, because we only came to quite a while later, and the room was full of fumes from the melted carpet.
I have never been so scared in my whole life.
Dr. Gerald Hyland went into the house just before our case came to court and measured with his Acousticom, and he said that he had never heard the Acousticom screech like this before. It was the highest reading he had ever had.
Best regards. Agnes.
P.S. I have now moved
us to a place almost at the top of the “Mountain”
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Subject: Re: [Mast Network] Zamir tested various window films
hi Agnes I read with interest your efforts to reduce levels of radiation in your home. I understand that you also use a com monitor as the basis for measuring relative levels of radiation in your home.
I have a com monitor and used it in the past and found that its lowest reading of 0.7 volts per metre is not sensitive enough for the purposes of effective radiation reduction. In the end our group was fortunate enough to acquire a very sensitive home built acousticom type that is frequency selective.to use in our quest for reduced radiation exposures. We were able to assess the radiation levels of each different frequency present and deal with each frequency in turn.
Perhaps you might need to get more sensitive instruments and go over your home and see if there might still be radiation leaking in despite your recent efforts.
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