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How to protect yourself from EMF’s

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Welcome back to Holistic Health masterclass podcast. This is Brett Hawes and we’re back with our first episode of 2020 and today we are talking all about how to protect yourself from electromagnetic frequencies or emfs. This is a very, very hot button topic these days. And, you know, with 5g rolling out around the world, we’ve got literally hundreds of scientists that are sounding the alarm due to lack of safety testing and You know, if you’re in the know on this subject, or you’ve listened to my podcast previously with Dr. Jack Kruse, and you’ll be familiar, that non native EMF, 5g Wireless radiation, whatever you want to call it is a is a fairly big threat in this day and age. So the challenge that we have though, is that we don’t really have a lot of options to avoid it. Okay, so even if you’re, you know, like myself living out in the country, you know, I still have Wi Fi, I still have neighbors, and they’re still a small town. So while my exposure might be less than someone living in a city, it’s very, very difficult to escape emfs entirely. And so really, what we discuss on today’s show is how to protect yourself from EMF so we do talk a little bit about what the health implications are, etc. But we spend most of our time talking about Technology and you know how we can actually help ourselves. So my guest today is Brian Hoyer. Brian is the founder of a company called shield appealing. And he has quite an interesting background. So, you know him and his wife essentially built in an EMF, free or shielded tiny house back in 2017. He has studied through the clean heart Academy and is a nutritional therapy practitioner, but is really dedicated pretty much all of his time now and to helping people shield their homes. So as you’ll hear on the show, and we do discuss a lot of the technology that is using, we talked about shielding paint, we talked about units that you can plug on to your home, etc, etc. An interesting sidebar here and you will hear you will hear us talk about this is the impact of emf on pathogens. Okay, so viruses, bacteria, etc, etc. So we touch on that quite briefly. Anyway, that’s it for my side. Thanks for tuning into the show. And as always, if you do enjoy today’s episode, please share this with your friends, family community. And of course, leave us a review and subscribe to the podcast so that you don’t miss any episodes. Alright, so without further ado, welcome to the show. Brian.

04:30

Brian, welcome to the show. Thanks for joining me today.

04:34

Yeah, nice to be here. Brett. Thanks for inviting me.

04:37

Was took a little bit for us to iron out the schedule and some technical glitches ahead of this recording. But nonetheless, here we are making it happen. So that’s great. And where to start? I mean, you and I, I actually came across your work in some of the forums and groups that were in, in the functional medicine space and I was kind of it very interested in what You do because I haven’t seen many people do it. And obviously the topic today is electromagnetic radiation. And so perhaps give us a little bit of background and you know, how did you become interested in all of this and and work with some of the technology that you’re working with?

05:17

Yeah, well, I kind of have a started off as a more of a functional nutritional therapy practitioner in through that work. You know, I had a practice in California about 50 clients that I was working with and doing try to do some basic stuff with them heal their guts and and get their energy levels back and working on adrenal, you know, burnout and some some of those things thyroid issues, gut issues, digestive problems. And through that, I took some continuing education at the clean Heart Institute. And so I like Dr. Klink, hearts been one of my big mentors over the last five or six years. And one of the things that he really focuses on in his health practice in both the United States and over in Europe, is he doesn’t see any patients unless they’ve addressed the electromagnetic radiation issue.

06:17

Oh, wow. Okay. That’s pretty significant.

06:21

Yeah. So he has, he has like a protocol that he puts in place, and that’s the first thing he wants them to do. Otherwise, he says he can’t really work with them. They’re not going to make really any significant progress. And he’s kind of one of those doctors that people will see after they’ve already seen 20 doctors, you can’t figure out what’s wrong in person. So when he said that, it kind of hit me like this is a big issue. And so I went off and I started searching for solutions for my own people that I was helping. And I found a few things here. Here and there, but there was really nothing that was like,

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addressing it the way that I normally would address things with,

07:06

with the people that I was working with, because everything was more was thinking more along the lines of, Okay, let’s eat more ancestrally eat like our ancestors ate. That’s the way humans have eaten for thousands or millions of yours. And so we need to try to figure out what’s the best set of food for you to eat and, and the things for you to put into your body. And I wanted the same thing for the environment. I wanted to recreate an ancestral environment for people. And it seemed like there was a few people who were dabbling in EMF mitigation, but they weren’t really approaching it from the same. The same way as I was from that more ancestral perspective. It was like okay, just reduce this a little bit here. And then you might see some symptoms improve but I’m, I’m not at all about improving symptoms. I want to see actual healing in optimization happen for people. And so you know, I just identifying what are the top stressors in a home was something that was very important to me and it includes electric fields and includes magnetic fields and includes the wireless, but it also includes dirty electricity that includes geopathic stress that’s coming up from the earth. And it includes artificial light, which now a lot of people are ignoring and the the flicker stress and then the spectrum. And so that’s where I kind of bring everything together and, and have discovered solutions along the way to fix a lot of these problems that we have in the modern house and and workplace. Really. Yeah.

08:44

Well, and you know, I mean so much to unpack there in just a few short sentences, but it seems to me you know, I had Dr. Jack Kruse on the on the show and we spoke primarily about lights, you know, and so this the idea of, of blue lights, especially blue light at night when we should be seeing more red lights and how that disrupts melatonin, etc, etc. But it seems to me like the main focus of your work is more on the electromagnetic radiation, the EMF, the dirty electricity side of things. I mean, is that a fair thing to say? Or are you dealing a lot with blue lights?

09:21

Yeah, well, you know, light is on the electromagnetic spectrum. So it’s technically, you know, you could argue that it is a type of emf and it’s a type of artificial EMF. I think jack crews would agree with that, too. Yeah. In fact, I’ve heard him say that before, but he’s but but as far as like the things that we focus on, yeah, there’s six stressors. Five of them are basically types of mF stressors that are more electrical or magnetic. And then there’s the artificial light. That’s a result of the pulsation of the electricity and the light bulb that we screw in. That we turn on is pulsating because largely because of the pulsing electricity that we’re running it on. And so it kind of goes hand in hand together a little bit. But as far as creating an environment that’s more like your ancestors, the goal in the house is to match the indoor environment with the outdoor environment as far as light goes, and then match the electrical environment with environment that we had before. Humans had electricity and wireless transmissions. So

10:32

that sounds challenging, especially considering that we’re bombarded with radiation all day long. And as we scale up our technology and move into 5g and all that sort of stuff, I mean, it’s it there seems to be no escape. So, you know, this is actually the whole reason why I got you on the show is to share some solutions with us. But before we do that, you know, lightning fast just for some listeners, perhaps who have not tuned into em FCA Or who don’t really know much about it. Can you just explain in a nutshell, what electromagnetic radiation or electromagnetic frequencies really are?

11:09

Yeah, so there’s natural types of electromagnetic fields. And then there’s also unnatural types. The natural types are non polst. And they’re direct in constant. So like we have DC current direct current from the earth, that’s a natural electric field that we get from the earth, it’s the same field that we would get from a battery. What we have that’s unnatural that we’re using that we plug all of our devices into and that’s surging through all of our walls is AC. It’s alternating current, that’s a pulsed current. In nature, we don’t get any of that pulsation. Same way as you don’t get a pulsed light from the sun. Whereas we do get them from the lights that we plug into the pulse electricity because it’s pulsing at 60 hertz or 50 hertz depending on where you live. So that’s 120 ons and offs every single second when you’re when you’re looking at a light bulb, and so with LEDs they turn off immediately. And so those will go on and off, like 120 times literally, but it with an incandescent bulb, where the filament lights up and heats up. It doesn’t cool down fast enough to turn completely off. So there’s a little bit of it’s not a strict like black and white flicker but there is a glow and a dimming in a in a rejuvenation and illumination that happens with with incandescent bulbs, so it’s less stressful than an LED bulb. But all of these different types of electromagnetic fields. There’s, you can split it up into like, like vastly different categories. There’s not ionizing and ionizing but basically what I the The way I like to explain it to people is there’s things that have been around forever since since basically the beginning of life. And then there’s things that haven’t that we have introduced into our environments that are actually wreaking havoc in many ways, on our biological processes, our circadian rhythms, and interrupting and disrupting the way that our cells are supposed to be reacting to other biophysical processes that are in the body. So we have voltage in the body. And there’s interference fields that are coming from outside the body that were never there before in the history of mankind. And those are the types of things that I’m looking at and saying, we need to try to recreate that ancestral environment, especially at certain times

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that are the most important and we’ll talk about that probably later. But there’s certain times where it’s most important to make sure that you’re free of those interference fields. In There’s other times when it’s not as important.

14:04

So yeah, I mean, that’s a great explanation and a couple of points to just sort of add and get your input on my understanding as well as that, you know, if you just think about on a very basic level, we’re we’re designed to resonate with the natural frequencies of the earth, right, so the Schumann resonance fields, you know, if you think we live on earth, and we’ve got these, these circular bands of frequencies that really stem from the center of the earth and go in bands all the way out into the solar system, were designed biologically to function with the band that sort of surrounds the earth, right, so just underneath the crust to maybe just up into the lower atmosphere. And so my understanding is that we were biologically designed to function like that. However, we’re creating technology and electricity that vibrates at a much higher frequency. And that’s essentially taking us out of our resonant frequency, which as you said, you know, at the cellular level, from an electrical perspective in our body that’s obviously wreaking havoc on many body processes. Is that Is that a fair explanation? Do you feel?

15:17

Yeah, definitely there, you know, there’s the Schumann resonance. And then there’s also the DC current that’s coming up from the earth. And then, you know, from from a geological perspective, there’s also this phenomenon called geopathic stress or geo electricity or to lurk currents in the literature. And that has changed as well.

15:38

What is that? Because I mean, I’ve heard you know, you hear about geo Pathak stress, maybe just elaborate on that a little more, and what’s the difference between that and events.

15:48

So that that is actually a natural type of stress that humans have had for, you know, since since the beginning of the earth, and its interaction. It’s several different things. types of interactions that happen and it’s under a general term geopathic stress but it’s due to the Earth’s magnetic field and the interaction with solar radiation from the sun, that ionizes and and basically beams back down and charges the earth and then radiates back up. That’s that’s one type. Those are called Hartman and curry lines and they kind of form this grid pattern all over the earth. And then there’s also geologic activity that happens under the earth where there’s different or deposits or underground water and springs that are flowing through throwing under fully under extreme pressure through rock and silt and all different kinds of layers of minerals. And when those minerals mixed together, they compact and press against one another and it creates the energy that comes up that’s more extreme in some areas than others. So our ancestors, they had a feeling of this because they didn’t have any of the other interference fields that we have today. So like the Chinese, they were the first people that develop the compass. And, and they had function way. And they talked about how the earth has meridians. And they could like put stakes in the ground, they call it Earth acupuncture and they could reorient where these energy lines are flowing based on poking a metal stake in the ground.

17:25

Wow. Incredible.

17:27

So like we we have these traditions, like from from China, from ancient Greece and Rome, and even Native Americans had, you know, had problems when we first came to America, and we’re putting metal in the ground, because they believed it was disturbing the energy of their ancestors and things like that. So there’s, you know, you kind of look at these ancient traditions and a lot of things you think, Oh, yeah, they were just superstitious or whatever. But, you know, it turns out that a lot of things, especially in like, China, Medicine you’re finding out that there is something to those acupuncture points there are energy that’s that’s flowing through certain parts of the nervous system. Yeah, same lines where the acupuncture points are and the meridians are and everything. So there’s and you can actually measure this stuff. And the issue with geo Pathak stress now as compared to before is that now all of these conductive pathways that are flowing underneath the Earth’s crust are also exposed to unnatural types of radiation that we’ve created. So they’re conducting pulsating currents, as well as the natural currents that were there before that were already higher in some areas than others. And so we’ve kind of created we’ve got this whole earth that we’ve got all these transmitting antennas beaming down onto these conductive surfaces now, and whenever any, anything starts to grab even a micro voltage it will retransmit at its own resonant frequency. How We’re big that conductive surfaces of the retransmit. A frequency and if it’s a natural frequency, that adds unnatural disruption to the ecosystem into our biology. Wow.

19:13

Wow. Yeah, that’s that’s kind of crazy, actually, you know, just when you put it like that, because it really adds a whole nother layer on to, you know, what we would call EMF right or, or just electromagnetic rate, electromagnetic radiation. But, you know, a couple things that come to mind is just, you know, when you think of, for lack of a better word, fault lines, you know, when you’ve got these, like power centers around the Earth, whether they be healing wells, whether they be pyramids, whether they be, you know, ancient archaeological sites, where I think the ancients somehow knew that they were on these these in this grid, you know, in a power spot, or in a power zone. And yeah, so you just have to wonder nowadays, what’s going on, you know, you think about population growth. Do you think about industry and technology and buildings and architecture and infrastructure? And yeah, you know, just to your point, like, that’s kind of mind blowing, to think that our biology hasn’t evolved accordingly. Do not I mean, and I think that’s where the, that’s where the big disconnect is, you know, if we could evolve at that faster pace, we would all be biologically hardwired to be perfectly fine. And obviously, that’s not the case because evolution just takes a lot longer than the rate of industrialization, if you will. So how I mean, I want to come back to the measuring of of all of this, but before I do that, you know, how would someone know you know that they’re sensitive to geopathic stress, I mean, EMF, like I’ll just throw the obvious ones out there circadian rhythm, maybe elevated cortisol levels for no reason and sleep issues, stuff like that, but I mean, geopathic stress it seems like any ms for that matter, it seems like the implications would be very, very broad and might differ from person to person. So are there common threads that run through everyone

21:13

who’s sensitive? I mean, there there is there are some commonalities and just from the people that I’ve worked with, and we’ve shielded their their rooms, you know, you see common symptoms going away. And definitely sleep disturbances is a huge broad one. But it’s also it also and that’s especially since we’re working on shielding people’s bedrooms because that’s where we believe like you get the most bang for your buck as far as your health improvements, but um, commonalities I mean, there’s different commonalities depending on the frequency to So okay, like, like artificial light stress. It A lot of people have eye fatigue and headaches from from the flickering light that you can’t perceive with your brain but your eye is responding. To the light so fast that your brain even faster than what your brain can perceive. So it’s like a strobe light for your eye. Even though your brain can’t perceive that there’s a flickering light there. And so there’s some neurological symptoms that go along with that with the flickering of the light, but the same thing happens with the pulsating electricity that you’re constantly exposed to. in your office or, or wet or wherever you’re, you’re sleeping. Because we’re running the the pulsating light is 60 hertz, but so is the electricity that it’s running on. So it’s almost like your whole body, you’re the light is pulsating, and then your body is perceiving this constant pulsation that’s happening all around you when you’re surrounded by the 60 hertz. So it’s a it’s, it’s something where, you know, you can measure things like rising cortisol, you can measure you know, stress response and inflammation, that sort A thing because of the voltage gated calcium ion channels and the period oxy nitrate production that happens physiologically because of the different types of emf. But yeah, it’s it it really is different for every person because each person has different genetics different weak point, right? But it usually attacks the the weakest link, because that’s that’s where the inflammation will kind of set in.

23:25

Interesting. Yeah. And so I guess, you know, that’s really what makes it very tricky, right? Because you might not like let’s just hypothetically say your sleep was fine. But you had some kind of issue you might not trace it back to EMF right and to geopathic stress, which I’m sure you know, the coming full circle. I mean, this is why I think this is one of those things that just you need to address, regardless of whether you have health issues or not, or regardless of what the health issue actually it’s

23:55

and like, you know, there’s there’s a colleague of mine, that We shielded her room like three months ago. And she had hypothyroidism. And the first two nights of sleeping in the shielded room, she was having hyper thyroid symptoms while she was getting elevated heart rate, elevated temperature. And, you know, feeling of hyperventilation, like her metabolism was just ramping up like crazy. The first two nights she slept in her shielded room. And then she realized oh my gosh, I’m still taking my thyroid glandular. She cut that out, and everything went back to normal. So there you know what she needed before to help ramp up her metabolism she didn’t need almost immediately after not having this that EMF stress. So her body just kind of self regulate and say, Okay, now I don’t need to ramp up my metabolism anymore. Because I don’t need to be ramped up to deal with all the stress.

24:57

That’s it’s almost like you’re adding in You have too much on top of what you’re doing already. Right? So it’s like, the the shielding is balancing you out. And then you’re taking thyroid medication on top of that, which is sending you into hyperdrive.

25:13

Right. Exactly.

25:14

Yeah. I think I saw that somewhere on on Facebook, I forget where it was, it was in one of the groups. I remember seeing that testimonial, which was, it kind of blew my mind. And I’m not sure if it was before or after I connected with you. But that was just like, something that stuck with me. And that’s a very, very powerful testimony. But But how did you so how do you go about measuring all this stuff? Right? I mean, you know, you do home assessments from what I understand. You’ve got a team of people around the US. So you know, you come at someone’s home, what are the things you’re looking for? How are you measuring the stress in someone’s home?

25:51

Well, we test six different stressors right now, in so electric fields, magnetic fields, dirty electricity. artificial light, geopathic stress and wireless radiation. Those are the six. And for just wireless radiation, I have my team each, each person has about four different types of meters that they’re measuring just wireless with. And I found that you can’t just have one meter that measures all of one thing. Unless it’s something simple like a magnetic field, you can have one Gauss meter to measure magnetic fields. One thing to measure electric fields, possibly actually we need two things for that. But there you know, there’s the person assessing your house is only as good as their equipment that they bring in. So what I found is I’ve kind of scorched everything in and spent a lot of money trying to figure out what’s going to work the best, but the most sensitive meters and equipment that we have are things that actually measure the body as an antenna for the wireless radiation and most Most of the professionals that are out there doing this are taking very expensive equipment. That’s usually made by the telecom industry to measure signal strength or, or, you know, just measure the air and see if they have enough signal. But as soon as you start measuring the body, you realize what frequencies are most reactive to the body and onto the skin. And also, how some areas where you’re just measuring the air, it seems okay. But when you measure the body, it’s astronomically different.

27:31

That’s very interesting. I just gotta interject there. Because that makes total sense. If you think about it, right? I mean, if I’m just measuring my environment, logically, you would think that if I’ve got a, whatever a WiFi router, like, the only thing that’s going to change is the reach of the router, right? So like, if I go and measure in my backyard, maybe I’m going to pick up a weak signal from the router. And obviously the closer I get to the router, the signal is going to be stronger, but I love the fact that you’re looking at how it affects people, right? Because I would assume here and correct me if I’m wrong that some people are going to be a lot more sensitive. Therefore, if you measure and use them as an antenna, and you might find even two people standing at exactly the same distance, perhaps even the same spot might have a very different reading, right?

28:19

Yeah, it can, it can fluctuate depending on how hydrated the person is, how big the person is, how many heavy metals are in their body, that sort of thing. The the largest factor really is the size of the person’s body and their hydration status. Because if you’re, if you’re dehydrated, it’s kind of a catch 22 you’re not as much of an antenna, but then you’ve got the dehydration going which which causes all kinds of other sorts of symptoms. So and we know that EMF also dehydrates you. And so you know, a lot of people will fluctuate from feeling, feeling okay versus not feeling okay around different types of emf and it’s It could be as simple as like, like they can’t find a pattern, but maybe the pattern is they’re dehydrated. And they’re not feeling as much of a symptom from the Wi Fi, but then they get hydrated. And then they feel more symptoms and then Wi Fi dehydrates them, and then you know, so that’s why it’s kind of tricky to to determine is this affecting me or not, and you can’t really tell until you have completely blacked it out at least at night. And what I found is that it’s not the Wi Fi router, and the stuff inside your house that is the most pernicious in detrimental. It’s actually the towers, the TV, the radio and the cell phone towers, they’re outside the house that are beaming in and designed to penetrate into people’s homes. So they have cell phone reception in their homes, that those are the types of frequencies that are designed to penetrate in and come on to the antennas of our phones, and our tablets and all of our devices and to resonate back on to other antennas that are out there. So our bodies Like a huge conductive surface, and a lot of the meters that people have out there are just a little tiny antenna. And your body is like, you know, 500 1000, maybe 10,000 times more surface area than the little antenna that’s in a meter. So, you know, when you’re and also there’s a resistance on the skin, in a certain a certain resistance, it’s on the skin. So when I’m measuring the body, I’m really only measuring maybe halfway up the arm. I’m not measuring the entire body. So if I was doing that there’s a cumulative effect on the body where you can measure up up to the arm. You’re basically measuring your whole arm as an antenna, but you’re getting a a good reading like the most sensitive reading possible. And then we compare that to Okay, what is in in this area versus that area? And and what are the results that we have with people as far as their reports of feeling better and the health improvements in the lab reports and the Oura ring information that we get from certain customers and things like that.

31:04

Okay, interesting. So So I mean, obviously, you know, shutting down wireless at night and shutting down the routers turning off the smart TVs, perhaps unplugging smart TVs, and whatever it seems to me like that is an obvious thing to do for everyone. But just circling back to something you said, you know, the, if I’ve got these antennas outside of my house, and they’re beaming in, if I turn off all of my equipment, what does that mean? Like? Does that mean that it’s not coming in? Or does it mean that I become the conductor or how does that work?

31:40

Oh, it just means you’ve, when you turn off the stuff inside your house, we still always recommend that because it’s stuff that’s really close to you, and you have control over it. That means you’re reducing your exposure by maybe 2% or less. Oh, wow. Okay, you know, depending on how close it was to you beforehand, you

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Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I mean, obviously, if you’re like sitting under high tension power lines, and you’ve got a cell phone tower right next to your bedroom, it’s going to be really bad for you. You know, whereas if it’s further away, obviously, the, the amount is much less. But that’s kind of crazy, like 2%. I mean, that seems pretty minimal.

32:19

Yeah, it can be and, you know, it’s, it’s based on this body measurement. And that’s why we have to have multiple meters because the body measurement that we take is testing the body as an antenna. So we’re testing the signal strength of the body. For all of these frequencies that are, we’re surrounded with on these towers that have transmitters beaming down into and penetrating into our homes. And then there’s other meters that measure the indoor environments better and that’s the things that measured the air so all the equipment that a lot of the other professionals out there have that measuring with their kind of synced into measuring things around the house. They don’t do a good job of picking up things from outside the house coming in. So you actually need both in order to have a good assessment and to know exactly what to do to help recreate an environment where you have no exposure. I mean, I’ve done assessments for different professionals houses that use all the all the different kinds of meters. And they’re surprised when I pull out the body measurement meter, and they’re like, Oh, I thought it was good. And then they realized that they’re, they’re being absolutely blasted by some TV or radio tower, cellphone tower outside that their other meter just did not pick up in any significant way.

33:41

Interesting. So, okay, so so you’re doing like this, the sort of human antenna measuring for for everyone is that like, so I don’t know how to frame this up. But you’re using someone as an antenna. you’re measuring things that are coming from outside, you’re measuring the internal environment. Is this also going to pick up on what you would call dirty electricity, and perhaps you can explain what dirty electricity actually is?

34:08

Sure, yeah, we have another meter that we use to measure body voltage. And we also use the same meter to measure body amps, or body current. And so that’s the one that’s the body measurement for dirty electricity, which you have to take otherwise you don’t know you could have zero body voltage. You could have your breakers off in your house and you could still be getting a carcinogenic level of body amps going through your body and there could be no RS and that is dirty electricity coming in to your house through the even if your power is all off, they can come through your house on the ground wire in the neutral wire and the hot wire even though it’s off and it can go through all the wires in your walls in through your body from one area of your house to another because Your body your body is basically this conduit for any voltage transfer or current transfer. And that’s why when we do these assessments in people’s homes, we’re looking to block any current transfer or voltage transfer from one side of your room to the other. And that creates an environment where your body is not perceiving anything. Going through it just like you would have in nature before electricity exists now.

35:30

Crazy. Well, let’s hop into it then. You know, we spoken a lot about shielding. I’ve obviously really checked out a lot of your work. So what are some of the solutions that you offer and that you find you use the most or or perhaps use the most but perhaps also infer the most benefit for people?

35:50

Yeah, well one of the things right off the top that we can recommend pretty much blankets everybody is to filter their house for this this dirty electricity You can actually filter the hot and the neutral wires on your electrical panel with a whole house filter called the super power perfect box. And we recommend that that’s installed at the main panel. And what that does is it filters

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all of the electricity before it gets on to the breakers for the rest of your house. There’s there’s a lot of filters out there that are plugins that can kind of filter pockets of your house, which sometimes that’s a better solution for people that are in a more temporary situation or something like that. But this filters things, you know, everything from outside the house before it comes in. And then if there’s anything inside your house, it’s creating dirty electricity, we have to kind of fine tune that in either filter or get rid of or replace things that are creating these harmonics and these thousands of different wireless frequencies that are jumping onto your electrical lines. And that that’s essentially what dirty electricity is. We kind of skipped over that definition. But it’s all these harmonics and different thousands of frequencies that are wireless frequencies that penetrate deeper into the body than the 60 hertz. And those are actually more damaging than the 60 hertz itself in many ways.

37:15

So what where did these come from? I mean, are these coming from neighbors? Are they coming from like certain types of gadgets or electronics in the house? Yeah, both really the,

37:25

the, the biggest thing in houses is fluorescent bulbs, solar inverters for people to have solar panels. We’ve been measuring these little flashlight chargers that actually put out as much as a solar inverter for like, like one house had like five or six of these plugged in and we had we unplugged all of them and their readings went way, way down. So sometimes it can be something really little, you just have to have the tools to measure it in and figure it out. It’s as easy as I’m plugging it to reduce your exposure.

37:58

So what I’m hearing then is You know, perhaps unplugging everything at night, you know? Do you go so far as to say turn the breaker off? I mean, that seems a little like extreme. To me anyway, just when you’ve got like stuff that perhaps set on a timer, or perhaps that’s pre programmed or something like that, because you’re essentially gonna have to program everything every day.

38:19

Yeah, well, I used to recommend that in the beginning when I was a newbie, doing this stuff to turn off breakers, but I kind of realized pretty quickly that everybody needs to be shielded from all the wireless and when you when you do shield from the wireless, you have the ability to ground out everything and so the breakers can stay on and then you’re still not exposed to the electric fields. When you ground the material between you in that and you’re also shielding the wireless from coming in.

38:46

So right right, so that’s the box that you’re talking about right that you put on your house

38:51

to know that’s this is something different so the box will filter the dirty electricity. So in general that that reduces your exposure and all your daytime areas, and your Sleep areas. But in the sleep area, we want to completely cut out the electricity. And the way we do that is by doing this special shielding paint on the walls that’s conductive, and it’s grounded. And you do the walls and the ceiling and then we have material that we put under the floor as well. So you’re basically wrapping your whole room in this earth energy, that’s DC current, the AC can’t get through because it goes right to the ground and drains out. And then it’s also reflecting away all the wireless signals. So it’s doing basically essentially three different things. It’s taking care of the dirty electricity, take care of the electric fields, and it’s reflecting away the wireless signals from outside.

39:43

Wow. So is it essential in that setting to also turn off the electrical circuits in the walls or is that not needed? Because of the paint on the inside?

39:54

Yeah, you don’t need to. All you need to do is is have things either unplugged in the room because once you You plug something in, and then the electricity comes from behind the shielding into the room. But even then, if the floor is grounded and the walls are grounded, you can have things plugged in that are a little further away from your bed and just kind of smash it up against the wall that’s grounded in the wall, like you can measure it with with the meter, you can see that when it goes near the wall, it almost the voltage almost sucks in right to the ground. It’s always the lowest ground and so it doesn’t come out as far as a room that’s not grounded.

40:34

Hmm, that’s like super interesting, you know, because something I heard and I kind of I kind of had to go. I’m not sure if I agree with that. But I heard from someone recently from a couple of people actually, you know, because I was talking about shielding paint. And they said, Oh, no, you don’t want to do that because then you shield in all of the EMF, like you want the EMF to escape and I was kind of like, that doesn’t make a lot of sense. I mean, I get it if I had a whole bunch of little electronics plugged in my room and then you shielding paint and put them all in the middle in a pile. Maybe that wouldn’t be the best thing. But from what I’m getting from you, it’s kind of does the opposite, right?

41:11

Yeah, well, I mean, nobody recommends to shield a room and then just use your cell phone in there or anything like that. But even you know that the wireless would be the only thing where that could be maybe partially true. But even so you’re you have control over what you’re bringing into the room. Exactly. But the electric fields in a grounded shielded room that the electric fields don’t bounce around, they, they kind of go right to the ground, and they’re there. That’s the way they go out. You’re like making a superhighway on all your walls for the electric fields to go away and not even enter the room to begin with. But if they are in, they’re going to dissipate much more quickly. And then the wireless with the special type of paint we use and the way that we explain to people to put on the paint. That’s all that’s just as important as getting the right product is the process of how you design the shielding and the process of going through the proper layering of the shielding paint. And like, but the when you layer it the right way and you paint it the correct way. There’s this absorptive factor that happens it absorbs it’s a the paints made of this graphite and carbon material. And it says they’re soft metals that absorb the radio frequencies more than reflect. And so yeah, it reflects it away. But there’s this absorbent of quality to it. So it’s not like it’s not like you’re, you know, like a rapper flip through paint. Yeah, like, like, I kind of, I always have this image of going to the Athletic Club and seeing those guys that are in those big glass rooms with the racket balls. And if you imagine that’s like your, your radio frequency signal the ball and you just kind of whack it and just goes tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, like all around that. So People are thinking about when they’re thinking about Oh, it’s just gonna bounce around in there. But it’s not really like that. It’s more like, you know, taking a basketball and trying to bounce it against the wall. It’s gonna volleyball it just kind of stops. Yeah, yeah. And loses its velocity, you know.

43:20

So yeah, that makes sense. Now, so you’ve got the unit on the house, you’ve got the shield of paint. Anything else that you find is been the most effective oil or your go twos outside of that?

43:34

Yeah, I mean, we we have whole protocol for for the room and includes the paint and then this fleece that we put under the under the flooring material. And then for the windows, we have a special shielding fabric that I actually just for the first time this last week over the holiday weekend. We put it up publicly available on the website for the first time. And it’s a shielding fabric that you can use this curtains for the winner. Those where you can actually build a canopy out of it and the fabric is conductive so you can ground it in a centrally make your own portable shielded room that typically people will just put right over their bed. And that’s that’s actually a really good solution because you have so much control over the leakage in a canopy type of system. And a lot of people are adverse to painting and kind of the whole process of moving things around and

44:33

because with the with the paint you use it as a primer right? Because I understand it’s black paint.

44:38

Yeah, it’s black and you got to do two layers of it combined with the other under coats and top coats. And in you know, it takes a lot to go over black obviously.

44:49

Yeah, yeah, unless you want a black room. I mean, you know, you’re gonna sleep super, super good at that point, I think but

44:57

I will say one person is done. The black over the shielding paint and every spot every single person that does the shielding paint in the room for a second they think oh, maybe I should leave it black This is kind of cool. But then they that thought leaves their mind usually when the wife shows up

45:16

oh man too funny. So coming back to to the to the blue light. Do you guys do anything about that? Like do you have any thing like I mean I’ve been I used a certain program on my computer and that helps with that but I just find that there’s not a lot going around with regards to TVs and so on. I mean obviously cell phones they’re all trying to scramble to suck the blue light out at night and you know on that topic, are those any good? Like the the the the apps on the cell phones? I mean, do they do much or the apps on the computers?

45:51

Yeah, they do. A lot of a lot of people are under this impression that Iris gets rid of flicker in Some of the programs can get rid of flicker it it doesn’t that’s completely dependent upon the monitor that you’re installed installing it on in the hardware in the computer. There’s not any software program that I’ve seen that can change the hardware flicker from a screen. It’s usually just you know, most Apple products actually have fairly low, extremely low flicker rate compared to some of the PC products but with the PC products, it’s kind of hit and miss some are really good and some are absolutely horrible. Same thing with computer monitors and TVs is you know, LED even if it’s 4k or whatever. It’s not. Sometimes it’s really good and sometimes it’s not on the on the flicker equipment that we use. So you have to test every single thing and it’s unfortunate because you can’t just I can’t just recommend Hey, go out and buy this brand, this type That’s just not the way that works. Sometimes there could even be an error in the way they wire a certain model that I’ve seen, like Well, yeah, this one’s normally really good, but you’re just kind of sucks because we’re getting a big flicker reading from from your monitor like, well, you told me to buy this one. Oh,

47:15

yeah, I gotta say, I mean, I installed I was on my, my laptop, I have a PC. And the first day, the first day I did that, I just noticed, like, no headaches, no eye strain, no red eyes, etc. So I know that for me personally on this particular system, it worked great, but you know, we recently Yeah, we recently got a got a TV. So someone gave us an old an old TV. It’s a 4k, so it’s high definition. It’s a great TV. Nothing fancy, not not too huge. But I noticed as soon as I turned it on, I was like, Whoa, like, I can feel the difference because we don’t really watch a lot of TV and you know, what we’ve done in the past is just watch it straight off the laptop with the filter on it. Yeah, it’s just very, it’s just very different for me, you know, so looking at the TV screen knows, Oh, it’s so much brighter. And I just feel like it’s, you know, it Yeah, it’s just a completely different experience. And so I started looking around for, you know, apps or what can I do and there’s not a whole lot out there for for smart TVs that I could find.

48:18

No, I mean, there’s, you know, the the blue lights one issue and Iris and efflux do a good job on that. But yeah, as far as the TV is the only stuff that’s out there that I’ve seen is like, you can get like film is like a cover to cover it. But that’s, that’s kind of minimally nobody really wants to do that. They want to be able to see color when they watch their TV. Right? So it’s I mean, you could get maybe a yellow kind of tinted one that’s not going to have the the Big Blue spikes in it and things like that. But the best option really is to cover your skin and wear the blue blockers You know, that’s right. That’s the best option for that. But another option as Actually that I’ve found helps and a lot of our customers find helps is to get you probably familiar with sauna space. They have this they’re a sauna company that I consulted with to fully shield their saunas from EMF so they have zero EMF sauna. And they have this product that you can actually it’s like a, just a single light, but it has a 250 watt bulb in it. And, and so that that 250 watt bulb is heating up to a high temperature and it doesn’t flicker. And it helps to help and it’s all red. So it helps to kind of drown out a lot of the blue, but also also drowns out the flicker. And suddenly, you know, and we can measure that with with our, with our equipment, and you can actually see a reduction in the blue light on the meters and also the flicker effect and it fills in the gaps of the flicker and it kind of radiates you with more of the red

50:00

So so I’m assuming then that this would be something that like I don’t, let’s say in your living room, you would have that at night as your main source of light, right? So you just take, do not turn off all the other lights, turn that on, and essentially have like more of a red light environment with a TD beaming out.

50:16

Yeah, it’s like a it’s like a modern campfire that you can plug into the wall without the detriment of the electric fields coming close to your body.

50:25

Well, that’s really cool. Yeah, I’m gonna check that out. I did not know about that. So thank you. Yeah. Anything else you feel that we haven’t touched on? That you really want to share with people?

50:36

Well, I think we’ve touched on a lot of things. There’s always more more to share. But I think it’s just really important for the bedroom. That’s something we kind of haven’t touched on much as was the timing of this. So we kind of wish shielded healing we have a priority. That you know, whenever you shield is ideally meant to happened when you’re healing or when you’re rejuvenating. And so, like when you’re sleeping, that’s the most important that’s when your body is actually your brain is detoxing, your lymphatics are draining, and your body is actually repairing, and restoring nutrients and things like that all while you’re sleeping. And that’s eight hours every single day, a third of your day, a third of your life is, is right in your bedroom, and you’re in one spot. So if that one spot is horrible, then you’re in a horrible spot for a third of your life. But if you can optimize that, then you’ve got a third of your life where you are really killing it. And it’s the time when you’re supposed to be healing the most. It’s the innate body’s innate intelligence, that chosen time to rebuild and repair and make improvements for your health. So that’s the most important by far, that’s the most important location to to optimize for your electromagnetic stress. But then there’s other times too, so Anytime your body is in a parasympathetic state, that’s when you sleep when you eat, and then also when you detox. And so if you’re if you’re detoxifying or going through a detoxification protocol, it’s very important to be free of these stressors as well. And then also when you eat your digestion is a parasympathetic process, they call it rest and digest. And so if you’re eating in a really stressed out environment with high EMF at your office desk or in under the fluorescent lights and the next to the Wi Fi router, and the cordless phone and the headset and everything, then you’re not going to digest your food very well. Even if you’re eating the most pristine wild caught salmon and oysters and seaweed and everything. You know, you could you could be eating the most pristine diet ever. And if you don’t digest it then it’s basically just going right right down the toilet literally.

52:56

That makes sense.

52:58

Yeah. You know, being in an environment where you are free of it or very low, or you can at least try to relax. That’s so, so important. And so often I’ll recommend people like after you have a space shielded, if you’re at home in the in that space is at home, eat at your dinner table, but then go and spend an hour in your shielded room and digest your food, relax. But that all kind of soak in, let those nutrients do what they’re supposed to be doing. And, you know, I’ve seen people that have had horrible digestion start to do that, and it starts to improve just by doing that without taking any pills or anything. Well,

53:40

well, yeah, one of the articles that I found fascinating on your website kind of ties into this is the whole idea of chronic infections and how emfs can really exacerbate that or perhaps just, you know, if you’re trying to do I don’t know some kind of SIBO or Candida protocol or treaty. Some kind of infection and you’re bathing them in EMF, you’re just not getting anywhere. And yeah, which then which then you know, if you sort of go further with that, obviously we have a microbiome inside of us, you know, with good bacteria that help us digest our food and make nutrients for us, etc. So, you know, make sense that if you’re eating in a EMF polluted environment, you know, or if you’re dealing with an infection or autoimmune disease or something like that, you’re you’re not going to have an easy time. remedying that.

54:31

Yeah, it becomes very difficult because it’s it’s stressing your own cells but the the pathogens inside of you and even the microbiome, they perceive EMF as a stressor as well. And so then they like the pathogens and parasites, the viruses, bacteria, they go into survival mode and start to proliferate like crazy, because now to survive, and so that the whole phenomena happens and that reactivate your immune system and then the parasites retreat or or whatever it is, the pathogen retreats into a tissue that’s harder to get it get it out of later. And that’s when the immune system starts to attack that tissue that Oregon and that’s kind of autoimmunity starts to happen. And that’s just one scenario. It’s not it’s usually multiple things that Yeah, create a perfect storm for diseases to happen. But emf is definitely a part of a part of the scenario that a lot of people aren’t looking at. Hmm.

55:29

Well, fascinating stuff, Brian. You know, I definitely learned a ton on today’s podcast, and I’ve learned a lot from you just, you know, reading some of the stuff you’re putting out there seeing some of your posts. So yeah, thank you for coming on the show and enlightening us.

55:44

Yeah. Thanks for having me.

55:46

And before I let you go, where what’s the best place for people to connect with you?

55:51

Yeah, you can go on the website, shielded healing.com. And then we do you probably saw us on Facebook. So we got a lot of activity on Facebook. We have this public group. called shielded healing for beginners, concerts for that. join it. Ask questions. I often answer questions on there and people from my team as well. But yeah, we do assessments all over the United States. We’re going to start to go up into Canada too. So sweet. When is that happening? Do you know?

56:16

I don’t know. But I just got my passport. Like a few months ago, I’m planning on doing some stuff for Nick Pinault up there and and some other Canadian friends. So you’re going to be part of that group. I hope and yeah, we’ll maybe kick it somewhere. That’d be fucking

56:34

awesome. Alright, thanks so much, Brian, and everyone out there listening. Hopefully you enjoyed today’s episode and learned a ton. I know I did. And as always, please share this with your friends, your family, your community, and subscribe to the show. leave us a review, do whatever you can to help me bring more awesome guests like Brian. So yeah, we’ll leave it at that and you have yourself a beautiful day, wherever you are.