Our Stories

Velma, London, England

You don't realise that the picture of your life now, at this moment, isn't just a product of one current event, but rather of many tiny moments from the past, moments that may have seemed inconsequential at the time.

Virginia Farver, Fort Collins, CO, US

I lost my beautiful, 29-year-old son Rich to glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) brain cancer on October 11, 2008.

Early in 2008, Rich was working as a teaching assistant in Political Science at San Diego State University (SDSU), where he had received his master’s degree.  He was a very kind young man who would occasionally go golfing with the professors.

N.S.C. Santa Cruz, CA

A lovely elderly lady in Texas contacted me because she needed a high frequency analyzer (RF meter) to measure the radiation from her smart meter and do some remediation. Thinking that I am pretty educated on the subject, I told her about "opting out" as well as a website/company, FreedomTaker.com, that sends people an analog meter and instructions on how to remove their smart meter and send it back to the power company.

She knew exactly what I was talking about, and in a very informed manner proceeded to give me rather shocking information...

Ella, South Africa

Cell phone radiation exposure nearly took away my life. Fifteen years ago I was a healthy, vibrant wife and mother running a business and living in a tranquil suburb.

Lisa

For eight years, I used a cell phone full-time for business. I was one of the long-term business users of cell phones such as those who were left out of the recent wireless industry-publicized Danish Cohort study. Three years ago I had to give up my cell phone when I began getting dizzy and nauseous whenever I held it to my head. These are typical signs of microwave radiation poisoning. I have not used a cell phone in the last 3 years and to this day cannot use even a portable WIFI phone without feeling ill.