by Dee Finney


updated 7-24-08




Note from Dee:

I was typing up my dream journal today and came across the following three dreams which really stuck me hard. The scenario seems to fit several situations that the people of earth are in these days ... seemingly more and more.

The first scenario I thought of came to light with the children in Columbine High School in Colorado.  There have been many more of these situations, which I have been collecting on this page:  


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Other than that, there are specific diseases that can be caused by bad electromagnetic fields during childhood, such as leukemia, cancer, lymphomas, and nervous system tumors

This page may be rather brief compared to some of our other pages, however, I discovered today when I did a web search for this topic, that Joe and I have written no less than 40 other pages on this same topic.  That tells me it's important.  

I hope others feel the same way, because we ARE in danger.

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#1 - I was at a house on 16th St. where teenagers came to work and play and live. Some work needed to be done to the electrical wiring to make the plugs positive and negative. Somehow the wiring got mixed up so that when appliances were used by the teenagers, it changed them internally and they were no longer charged the way they were created. Nobody knew how to fix it and the children were all confused and unhappy.

#2 - I was at a house where teenagers were going to put on a play. A black door opened and revealed to me the stage where the play would go on. The kids were there cleaning. The stage was all green.

There were tall boxes on the wall, 7 of them, all green, and a mirror of a different size was on the door of each box. I was very impressed by the visual images the mirrors gave when the children stood in front of the mirrors, their bodies appeared to be different sizes according to which size mirror they stood in front of.

Then as they did their play, the children slipped under the bottom of their boxes and stood up inside of them. The doors to the boxes opened up and each child came forth a different size, but unfortunately, the children got mixed up and went into the wrong boxes and when they did it, the images  of themselves were now the wrong size. The kids ran back and forth between the boxes to try to change their images, but they were unable to and they were all confused and anguished.

#3 - I was in my New Berlin house and an electrician came to the house to straighten out the wiring that was messed up.

The electrician was about 8 feet tall. He didn't have the right equipment with him to do the work and he didn't have any test equipment to check if his work was done right.

He asked me if I knew how to test if he had done the work right and wanted to know if I had a box of crayons to do the test. I said that I did, that all that was necessary to do the testing was to draw lines on a white wall with the various colors and when you stood in front of the color, you would know immediately if your wiring for positive or negative was correct and your image of yourself would be normal.

He said that was correct and that I should gather all the children from both dreams, bring them together and begin to put them in front of their correct colors so that their electrical charges and colors were correct.





Facts you need to know about EMF's

When you awoke this morning, it was most likely to an electric alarm clock placed next your bed, made breakfast and coffee using electrical appliances like a coffee maker, toaster or microwave, perhaps watched the morning news on television, used an electric shaver, toothbrush, or hair dryer and perhaps spoke on a cordless phone.

Then you went out to your car (powered by hundreds of micro-computers), opened your garage door with an electric opener, drove to work on roads strung with power lines all along the way, stopped off for a snack at a store which used an electronic bar coding scanner and talked on your cell phone again.

When you got to your office, you may have walked through automatic doors, opened a door with an alarm system on it, turned on the overhead fluorescent lights, powered up your computer, fax and printer and started to work. You probably didn't notice the satellite dishes on the top of your building or the electric substation in your neighborhood.

At the end of the day, we do the reverse order going home. Added to that, we will probably watch a few hours of TV before bedtime, not to mention catching up on your e-mail on your home computer. Almost every aspect of our lives is "electrically" oriented.

You are being exposed to millions of EMF's or electromagnetic field frequencies 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, without knowing what they are, where they come from, what they do, who regulates them and whether they can harm your body in some way.

100 years ago our grandparent’s environment was very different. There were a lot of horses and perhaps a few horseless carriages driving by on dirt roads. Prior to that, there weren't even any horseless carriages.

You wouldn’t have seen powerlines, electrical appliances of any kind, wireless phones even if you were one of the lucky ones to have a telephone at all, computers or televisions! Some people didn't even have radios. Life was very different then. During the last 100 years, more technological advancements have been made than in the entire history of humanity prior to 1900.

In the 21st century there are more technological advancements in one minute than all the inventions made between 1800 and 1900. Humanity is growing and advancing at a tremendous rate. All these exciting new technological inventions allow more and more people to connect with each other, accomplish more at ever increasing speeds, create more and ultimately enjoy life more.


The link betweeen cell phones and cancer

 Reproductive disturbances

 Fetal abnormalities and developmental defects (Independently confirmed at 6 different laboratories through the Office of Naval Research)

 Stunted growth, growth retardation and weight variations in animal studies

 Human genetic defects with malformed children from parents who worked in electric switchyards and exposed to high voltage fields. 1983 Study at the University of Umea in Sweden.

 Birth defect and miscarriage clusters among pregnant women who work at Video Display terminals

 Higher Down's syndrome rate found in children who's fathers were military radar operators (reported by Dr. a.T. Siglar in 1965 Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital

 Higher miscarriage rates among pregnant women working at computers for more than 20 hours per week (study done in 1988 by Kaiser Permanente Health Group in Oakland, CA on 1, 583 pregnant women)

 Chronic stress, skin rashes, disturbances in menstrual cycles, headaches, nausea, sleeplessness and fatigue

 Increases in childhood cancers -leukemia and brain tumors in particular

 Significant increases in learning disabilities

 Immune system disorders

 Cancer links to EMF's (especially cancers of the brain, blood, skin and glandular tissue)

 While inconclusive, recent studies indicate a risk of increased childhood cancer, adult cancer, and miscarriages due to prolonged exposure to low frequency electromagnetic fields.

 A 1979 Denver study of children who died of cancer showed they were two to three times more likely to have lived near power lines than healthy children.

 Another Denver study, in 1987, suggested a heightened cancer risk of 1.6 times for children exposed to high electromagnetic fields.

 A 1991 Los Angeles study showed double the disease rate for children living near power lines or in homes with high fields.

 A 1992 Swedish study of 500,000 people showed two to four times the risk of childhood leukemia due to power line proximity.

 A Finnish survey indicated a three times higher than the normal miscarriage rate for women who worked at computer terminals which emitted high electromagnetic fields. The electromagnetic field considered safe by the Swedish government is two milliGauss.

 The electromagnetic field considered safe by the Swedish government is two milliGauss.

We need to ask questions now about the side effects of all the EMF's and the possible side effects that may occur in the future  which we may not even know about yet. It isn't difficult to notice by watching the news on TV for a few days  that our whole society has changed dramatically, not only in its behavior but in the types of stress we undergo  every day, the stress on our children and ourselves, on our physical bodies and on the entire ecosystem of the world.

Great changes in our living style means that the human system needs to adapt. What kind of changes and responses are required to this high level and continuous exposure to electromagnetic fields?

What are EMF's?

When there is electricity or electrons flowing through wire in our buildings or through space - there is a magnetic field automatically generated at right angles to the flow of the electrons. This magnetic field is almost impossible to protect or guard ourselves from -- as it passes through most metal, walls, rocks, and human beings. When it passes through humans or animals, does it simply pass through without harming or changing anything, or does it affect something that might lead to some problem over time.

The magnetic field of EMF's are measured in "milli-gauss", using a gauss meter. The measurements of the EMFs of every appliance in your home can be determined and then you will know how far away you need to stand or sit from a device without being exposed to dangerous levels of its EMF.

Estimations are that during the last 50 years, the amount of electromagnetic fields has increased 100 million times. Every day, especially if you live in a city, you are exposed to 100 million times the radiation your grandparents had to deal with.

The consequences of these changes won’t be known for many years to come, but we do know that each increase influences a radical change to the human life and environment.

Symptoms that can be identified of this type of stress from electromagnetic fields are: fatigue, confusion, lack of concentration and focus, headaches, backaches, and increased emotional volatility.

How can I avoid being exposed to electromagnetic fields?

Standing a short distance away from appliances while they are in use can significantly reduce EMF exposure. Move clocks and radios a few feet away from your bed. The strength of the EMF decreases dramatically when you increase the distance between you and the appliance.

One way to reduce your exposure from an electric blanket is to warm the bed prior to getting in, and turning it off before going to sleep.

Have electrical wiring checked and don’t allow children to play around transformers or power lines.

Allow your hair to air dry for a few minutes before using a hair dryer. This will reduce the time needed to dry it.

What should I do if I suspect a problem?

If you suspect that you are being exposed to high levels of EMF, limit your exposure. Follow the suggested guidelines above to reduce your EMF exposure. Contact your public utility company or local health department to find out how to measure the EMF in and around your home. EMF detectors are available from some electronic stores.


By Jennifer C. Yates and Seth Borenstein, Associated Press Writers,
Thursday, July 24, 2008

PITTSBURGH (AP) The head of a prominent cancer research institute issued an unprecedented warning to his faculty and staff Wednesday: Limit cell phone use because of the possible risk of cancer.

The warning from Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, is contrary to numerous studies that don't find a link between cancer and cell phone use, and a public lack of worry by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Herberman is basing his alarm on early unpublished data. He says it takes too long to get answers from science and he believes people should take action now especially when it comes to children.

"Really at the heart of my concern is that we shouldn't wait for a definitive study to come out, but err on the side of being safe rather than sorry later," Herberman said.

No other major academic cancer research institutions have sounded such an alarm about cell phone use. But Herberman's advice is sure to raise concern among many cell phone users and especially parents. In the memo he sent to about 3,000 faculty and staff Wednesday, he says children should use cell phones only for emergencies because their brains are still developing.

Adults should keep the phone away from the head and use the speakerphone or a wireless headset, he says. He even warns against using cell phones in public places like a bus because it exposes others to the phone's electromagnetic fields. The issue that concerns some scientists though nowhere near a consensus is electromagnetic radiation, especially its possible effects on children. It is not a major topic in conferences of brain specialists.

A 2008 University of Utah analysis looked at nine studies including some Herberman cites with thousands of brain tumor patients and concludes "we found no overall increased risk of brain tumors among cellular phone users. The potential elevated risk of brain tumors after long-term cellular phone use awaits confirmation by future studies."

Studies last year in France and Norway concluded the same thing.

"If there is a risk from these products and at this point we do not know that there is it is probably very small," the Food and Drug Administration says on an agency Web site.

Still, Herberman cites a "growing body of literature linking long-term cell phone use to possible adverse health effects including cancer."

"Although the evidence is still controversial, I am convinced that there are sufficient data to warrant issuing an advisory to share some precautionary advice on cell phone use," he wrote in his memo.

A driving force behind the memo was Devra Lee Davis, the director of the university's center for environmental oncology.

"The question is do you want to play Russian roulette with your brain," she said in an interview from her cell phone while using the hands-free speaker phone as recommended. "I don't know that cell phones are
dangerous. But I don't know that they are safe."

Of concern are the still unknown effects of more than a decade of cell phone use, with some studies raising alarms, said Davis, a former health adviser in the Clinton Administration.

She said 20 different groups have endorsed the advice the Pittsburgh cancer institute gave, and authorities in England, France and India have cautioned children's use of cell phones. Herberman and Davis point to a
massive ongoing research project known as Interphone, involving scientists in 13 nations, mostly in Europe. Results already published in peer-reviewed journals from this project aren't so alarming, but
Herberman is citing work not yet published.

The published research focuses on more than 5,000 cases of brain tumors. The National Research Council in the U.S., which isn't participating in the Interphone project, reported in January that the brain tumor research had "selection bias." That means it relied on people with cancer to remember how often they used cell phones. It is not considered the most accurate research approach.

The largest published study, which appeared in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in 2006, tracked 420,000 Danish cell phone users, including thousands that had used the phones for more than 10
years. It found no increased risk of cancer among those using cell phones.

A French study based on Interphone research and published in 2007 concluded that regular cell phone users had "no significant increased risk" for three major types of nervous system tumors. It did note,
however, that there was "the possibility of an increased risk among the heaviest users" for one type of brain tumor, but that needs to be verified in future research.


Joshua E. Muscat of Penn State University, who has studied cancer and cell phones in other research projects partly funded by the cell phone industry, said there are at least a dozen studies that have found no
cancer-cell phone link. He said a Swedish study cited by Herberman as support for his warning was biased and flawed.

"We certainly don't know of any mechanism by which radiofrequency exposure would cause a cancerous effect in cells. We just don't know this might possibly occur," Muscat said.

Cell phones emit radiofrequency energy, a type of radiation that is a form of electromagnetic radiation, according to the National Cancer Institute. Though studies are being done to see if there is a link
between it and tumors of the brain and central nervous system, there is no definitive link between the two, the institute says on its Web site.

"By all means, if a person feels compelled that they should take precautions in reducing the amount of electromagnetic radio waves through their bodies, by all means they should do so," said Dan Catena,
a spokesman for the American Cancer Society. "But at the same time, we have to remember there's no conclusive evidence that links cell phones to cancer, whether it's brain tumors or other forms of cancer."

Joe Farren, a spokesman for the CTIA-The Wireless Association, a trade group for the wireless industry, said the group believes there is a risk of misinforming the public if science isn't used as the ultimate guide
on the issue.

"When you look at the overwhelming majority of studies that have been peer reviewed and published in scientific journals around the world, you'll find no relationship between wireless usage and adverse health
affects," Farren said.

Frank Barnes, who chaired the January report from the National Research Council, said Wednesday that "the jury is out" on how hazardous long-term cell phone use might be.

Speaking from his cell phone, the professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder said he takes no special precautions in his own phone use. And he offered no specific
advice to people worried about the matter.

It's up to each individual to decide what if anything to do. If people use a cell phone instead of having a land line, "that may very well be reasonable for them," he said. Susan Juffe, a 58-year-old Pittsburgh
special education teacher, heard about Herberman's cell phone advice on the radio earlier in the day.

"Now, I'm worried. It's scary," she said. She says she'll think twice about allowing her 10-year-old daughter Jayne to use the cell phone.

"I don't want to get it (brain cancer) and I certainly don't want you to get it," she explained to her daughter.

Sara Loughran, a 24-year-old doctoral student at the University of Pittsburgh, sat in a bus stop Wednesday chatting on her cell phone with her mother. She also had heard the news earlier in the day, but was not
as concerned.

"I think if they gave me specific numbers and specific information and it was scary enough, I would be concerned," Loughran said, planning to call her mother again in a matter of minutes. "Without specific numbers, it's too vague to get me worked up."
Jennifer Yates reported from Pittsburgh. Science Writer Seth Borenstein reported from Washington. Reporter Ramit Plushnick-Masti contributed from Pittsburgh and Science Writer Malcolm Ritter contributed from New York.


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"Schools may become the next battleground in the EMF (electromagnetic fields) conflict. As parents learn more about EMF health effects, they are demanding measurements and, when necessary, reductions of EMF levels in classrooms and schoolyards." As Microwave News reported in April 1990, "Conflicts over EMFs in schools are not new".

Certainly this is not a new issue in Kanata as the Bridlewood community has been fighting this issue since 1984 over high voltage transmission lines located beside the Bridlewood Community Elementary School.

Texas - Houston (1985)

One of the most famous and earliest cases occurred in Houston, Texas in late 1985. After parents brought suit, a Texas court ordered Houston Lighting & Power to pay more than $25 million to a local school district for "callous disregard" of their children's health for siting a 345,000 volt line within 200 feet of a school and playground. The court also ordered the utility to relocate the line, at an additional cost that may exceed $40 million.

California - Santa Barbara (1990)

On February 28, 1990 New Yorker writer Paul Brodeur and the Electric Power Research Institute's Dr. Leonard Sagan went head-to- head in Santa Barbara before the California Municipal Utilities Association. The EMF issue is hot in Santa Barbara because of an unexplained childhood cancer cluster at Montecito Union School. Between 1981 and 1988, there were six cases of leukemia and lymphoma among the students - five times the expected rate. Of particular concern is the fact that two 66 kV power lines are on the perimeter of the school property. In addition there is an electrical substation close by.

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