Just the other day, as we were standing on a balcony overlooking the marvelous St. Lawrence River landscape, I was mentioning to a close relative that all this was awash in an invisible ocean of wireless frequencies, and he looked at me like I were daft, so I left it at that.
Once again thanks to David Icke, who asserts that “We are like electromagnetic ‘fish’ swimming in an electronic sea,” I stumbled upon a remarkable film that clearly documents everything I have been suspecting about this soup of wireless frequencies that has been cooked up for us by the powers that be.
Resonance – Beings of Frequency is a documentary film released in 2013 by Patient Zero Productions and directed by James Russel. Taking us through a sensational journey that reveals 60 years of scientific research into the harm being caused to life by man made wireless frequencies, it documents what David Icke describes as a “dramatic transformation 0f the human electromagnetic environment in a ridiculously short time.”
“The human electromagnetic field is being bombarded by ever-increasing sources of technological electromagnetism and the result is a disaster for ‘physical’, mental and emotional health,” David Icke insists.
Resonance documents how electromagnetic fields influence every living organism on Earth, which has its own electromagnetic frequency to which the human brain is intimately tuned in. For instance, it suggests that the mysterious colony collapse syndrome affecting bee populations all over the world may be due to the effects of this man made electromagnetic interference. And this also affects our pineal gland, which I touched upon in previous posts (do a quick keyword search to find out more).
Amazingly, this film has been viewed less than 65,000 times since its release over 2 years ago. Yet its implications are as global and even more pervasive than the GMO food machinations of the likes of Monsanto. And like GMOs, they may eventually end up destroying food supplies worldwide – and this, as David Icke insists, is all part of the global agenda of the powers that be.
■Henri Thibodeau, with quotes from The Perception Deception by David Icke.