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Best places to live in Australia

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by JPB, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. JPB

    JPB New Member

    Hi all, I'm planning to move within Australia. I really only seem to get relief from my symptoms if I'm in a low Non-Native EMF area. I moved from Sydney to Wollongong about 5 months ago thinking that living in close proximity to a beach would be enough to resolve my issues. This doesn't seem to be the case, I always seem to get most relief from my symptoms when I'm in a rural area. Is the most important factor for good health these days population density in an area? Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm so tired of being sick that I'm quite willing to move anywhere (within Australia) if it will give me significant relief and allow me to recover.

    Thanks
     
  2. Jenny S

    Jenny S Gold

    Hi JPB, a member of forum here moved to Agnes Water/1770 after a consultation with Jack several years ago. She has some incurable thing like Hodgkinsons.
    maybe.
    I went north of Cairns for a few weeks in winter & had improvement in blood tests in that time.

    You probably will have to live out of town as you know to get away from everything. We have off grid solar on our shed so that helps. Have you ever checked your dirty electricity in power points?

    Cheers, Jenny
     
  3. JPB

    JPB New Member

    Thanks Jenny, did you really feel a difference going north of Cairns? Yes I'm slowly starting to accept that i'll have to live in the 'thick of it' it seems. I live in a Non-native EMF hellhole at the moment, it was a little bit foolish moving here I think considering all I knew about before the move. I live in an apartment building, absolutely surrounded by other apartment buildings and a Hotel, do you think worrying about dirty electricity from my power point have an effect? Thanks
     
  4. Jenny S

    Jenny S Gold

    Dirty electricity could be a real issue. Bought a meter when I lived on Bribie Island & got a shock to find it was about 1650 in the kitchen & not good in other rooms. Recommended level is under 50. Take plugs & meter on holidays now. Got special plugs to go in power points - some had to have 2 in them. Of course your bedroom is main source of concern.

    It was probably about 5 years ago since I went to Cairns so can't remember much except that it was recommended to me by Paleo Josh on forum here - I saw him at Bendigo. He asked me if he could post results on here as he'd never seem such a dramatic improvement in anyone's labs in such a short time frame.

    Also geopathic stress like underground streams - had 3 under house in Bribie - so slept in different room to avoid as much as possible.
     
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  5. JPB

    JPB New Member

    Ok that’s good, you saw him in Bendigo if you don’t mind me asking does that mean you live in Victoria? Have you heard of Murchison in WA? It’s a radio quiet zone, I’m even considering moving there
     
  6. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Have you thought of getting a 5th wheeler and just travelling? You could check out different spots and find out where suits you best.

    You need to be careful. There is a very small town about 30k from us and I was shocked to learn they have 5g now. We used to go to a computer club there - now I can't sit thru a class without feeling terrible and I have to leave.
     
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  7. JPB

    JPB New Member

    Hey Caroline I have most definitely thought of that although that’ll take some time to plan! That sucks about that 5g town, so many places are becoming inhospitable. Do you mind if I ask where you’re from?
     
  8. Jenny S

    Jenny S Gold

    Currently living at Bridgewater on Loddon Vic, but moving to mid-coast NSW, in not to distant future. Have been to WA but don't remember Murchison.
     
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  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    We live in Yamba N.S.W. We lived in Wollongong for many years and loved it. I used to live about 3 blocks from North Beach and loved every second of living there. I seemed to thrive there ......everyone is so different. n=1
     
  10. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    A lot of people around here and travellers coming thru have vans. The young people live in their vans and just keep travelling.
    We got to know a young man from Canada last year. He was here for almost a year. He bought a second hand van and ripped out the seats and bought a bed from Ikea and he was good to go. He had his guitars with him and would surf and play his guitar - and then busk on the street when he needed money,
    He was incredibly happy and healthy. He made all kinds of friends.

    There are also plenty of people who house sit permanently. They have a van and travel from job to job...and when they are in-between jobs they just park their van someplace beautiful and enjoy.
     
  11. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Your young Canadian friend is a member of the Begpacking crowd, although he offers a little entertainment in the bargain by busking. These Begpackers are Western travelers (usually young and footloose) who visit foreign countries virtually penniless and rely on begging/busking the locals for money to finance their travels. They can be considered a drain on the local economies of the host countries, especially since locals in poorer countries have far less income compared to what the Begpackers could earn in their own country.
     
  12. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    I disagree. The young man we got to know had a good job in Canada and would go back home every once in awhile to earn money and then go travelling again.

    He also was a songwriter and had cut a few records with his little band. He was also highly qualified to teach music.

    In this country - a lot of people are on the move. With all the devastating fires here - grey nomads are contributing heaps by joining organisations like Blaze aid and putting their skills to good use - wherever they are needed.

    Personally I think that all the young people travelling here add a huge amount of positive energy to our country.

    The young people, generally have a great attitude and are living their dream. Just last week a young couple stopped to talk to us and told us all about Tasmania where they had just been surfing and hiking. We are going next month and found their experiences invaluable.

    Since there has been so much devastation in this country the last 6 months ...we have opted to stay home instead of going overseas, and spend our money here.
     

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