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Hang on... Makeup & 5G?

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by ScottishEmma, May 13, 2018.

  1. ScottishEmma

    ScottishEmma Silver

    So I've heard all the talk about tattoos and 5G but what about makeup? Makeup has metallic compounds and heavy metals and is slathered all over women's eyes, face and lips. Surely the number of women wearing makeup outnumbers the number of people with tattoos? Does it? Wouldn't that be more of a problem walking around with metal in your pores up near your face where you're holding your phone??

    What about the absorption of these metals into the skin? We're told that we absorb up to 60% of what we put on our skin.

    Is makeup more of an issue?

    I don't personally wear it.
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  2. ValerieBee

    ValerieBee Radical Mitochondriac

    You bring up a good point. I don't wear makeup or jewelry in general either. I know I've heard/read Jack saying no makeup in the sun, but I'm not sure I've read specifically wrt the metals. If I see a post while I'm fishing around this morning I'll let you know, but I'd imagine you're spot on.
  3. shiran

    shiran Curious

    I heard Jack say that makeup might protect us indoors under a blue light
    and yes no makeup in the sun
    Today there are companies in the market that produce relatively natural makeup/
    I wonder if there are men here who use makeup as protection against blue light indoors?
    With regard to jewelry I wonder whether diamonds and jewelry from stones without gold or any other metal are also a problem in a 5G world?
  4. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    In the podcast with Jodelle he says no make up during day, but that at night is the only time he approves of it.
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  5. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK Gold

    I'm hoping they'll help me navigate it. :confused:
    TIny diamonds and rubies enclosed in a small circle of fabric that allows light through, on the third eye chakra point, resting in bright sunshine this morning was awesome. :D Better there than on the belly button.:rofl:

    electronic gem therapy uses high intensity light, apparently the light is "stressed" with the qualities of precious gems to "profoundly alter the body's mood and chemistry." (Although I think it has more to do with the gems being " stressed" by certain frequencies of light, and fluorescing others.) Electronic gem therapy also uses brainwaves, they induce theta, alpha and low beta etc depending on the situation. So I'm testing it whilst we've got some fab sunshine. I'd tried it before with bioptron light, but didn't really notice anything much, possibly too low an intensity light, and I was doing it through the wrists, and the palm of my hand. Rings were made with no metal behind the gems, so the light through it was directed at the skin, (mini laser?) but I'm also thinking finger bones, the breast bone for necklaces etc. .... maybe I sensed it on my forehead because it was close to bone.

    I read recently that diamonds can contain ice-vii. Yet another gem rabbit hole ....:eek:
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