Have you ever asked yourself what the possible dangers of 5G could be?
By Vicki Batts // Dec 21, 2018

The dawn of the next generation of internet is upon us, but that may not be such a good thing. While proponents of the 5G (fifth generation) network are singing its praises, some experts have launched criticisms over the potential dangers presented by this new technology.


In addition to the concerns about the lack of long-term safety testing regarding 5G, a number of experts are now also cautioning that 5G could be the first appearance of psychotronic millimeter wave weaponry. While the industry is promising speeds up to 100 times faster than the current 4G network, what they aren't telling the public is that they are also setting the stage for a technological invasion.

For 5G to work, thousands of new base stations and small cells will need to installed. The new millimeter waves are faster and more powerful, but don't travel as well. Some estimates state there will need to be one base station for every 12 homes. This means there will soon be one on virtually every street corner -- and 5G emissions will be impossible to avoid.

Health dangers of 5G

The electromagnetic radiation emitted from cellphones, base stations and other devices has long been associated with health issues, but 5G is poised to make things even worse. Not only will the amount of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) being produced greatly increase with the advent of 5G, most people will be completely surrounded by it.

A government-funded study of 2G tech found that radiation from cell phones was linked to an increase in tumors of the brain and heart. A “statistically significant” increase in damage to heart muscle was also observed. Health experts posit that 5G will be a "total health calamity."

5G was tested out at a fire station in San Francisco, and a number of firefighters say they suffered multiple adverse effects from exposure. Memory problems and confusion were some of the top health issues -- and the first responders said their symptoms didn't go away until they transferred to new firehouses. Headaches, nosebleeds, insomnia, miscarriages and cancer are some other suspected harmful effects of 5G radiation exposure.

It would seem prudent to approach the next generation of the internet with a bit more caution and less reckless abandon. But what if 5G isn't just about faster internet? Some experts have posited that the rush towards 5G isn't so much about advancing internet speeds as it is about beginning the stages of mind control technology.

Weaponizing millimeter waves

If, or perhaps "when," millimeter waves are weaponized, the rise of psychotronic millimeter wave weaponry will begin. As Waking Times reports, 5G tech will actually rely on the same wavelengths that the Pentagon uses in a crowd dispersal weapon.

"The U.S. military developed a non-lethal crowd control weapon system called the Active Denial System (ADS). It uses radio frequency millimeter waves in the 95GHz range to penetrate the top layer of skin by 1/64 of an inch on the targeted individual, instantly producing an intolerable heating sensation that causes them to flee," Waking Times explains.

It's posited that the weaponizing of millimeter waves will open the door to the creation of psychotronic and electromagnetic weapons, capable of targeting the human nervous system. As seen in the military's ADS, these weapons can produce a host of "false" sensations -- but there is potential for more insidious, sinister purposes beyond producing heat. Transmitting human speech into the human brain by way of EMR is one such sinister goal, with scientists reportedly experimenting with hypnotism via the same millimeter waves used in 5G.

The implementation of the 5G network very well may be laying the groundwork for a future mind control program. If the power of the 5G grid were to fall into the wrong hands, it could very easily be used against the people.

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