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Where can a person live within the 20th Latitude & nnEMF "safe"?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by John Schumacher, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. Is there a contact who may be able help find accommodations?

    Are there locations you would recommend over others as well as locations to avoid?

    Would you recommend I learn the language before going?

    Should I learn the specific laws of the land, including driving laws before I rent a car?
    Can I trust a “taxi”?

    Since I am white Caucasian male, are there prejudices I should be aware of? Over my short lifetime (60+) from childhood thru professional life in United States, being a white male has made me a target of hatred.

    The unseen toxic – electromagnetic radiation is not just a factor of population density. It is well known that radar and microwave communication can be most intense thru unpopulated areas. These relay stations (whether for military or not) are devastating for the communities “under fire”. Question: Have the locations you recommend been tested?

    What is the social sanitation of the community including sewage and water?

    What is the mean economic standard of the community? Are the average people finding sustainable employment?

    Do the people in these communities feel their government is providing political stability and safety for its citizens?

    Why are these interests important? Because life is not all about me –> we live as a community –> life is about us. If individuals cannot find viable employment, if their government exploits its people and resources, etc. for power, name the corruption, then everyone suffers.

    Grandpa John
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    My take.
    @Jack Kruse has provided us with great knowledge and points of view.
    Problem is that that knowledge tells us that there is not a square foot on Earth that is not problematic biologically.
    Prejudices and government stability are not even considered in Jack's discussions.
    Living nomadic life is assumed in Jack's approach.

    Biologically and statistically and from the continuity of the human race pov, Jack is 100% right.
    However at least part of Jack's followers will look for compromises to those ideals.
    Especially that the ideal conditions resulted in a life expectancy of 30, and the (hurtful) technology doubles and triples that.

    If we just work on maintaining the best possible Circadian Rhythm that would assure the largest health preservation.

    From my pov I see
    stability of the government as the #1 choice of desirable residence.
    That makes the USA my choice.
    Hate earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, that removes part of the USA from consideration.
    For the last 23 years, I have not worked.
    Previously I was hustling, changing jobs often.
    That put my residence near many cross highways and less than an hour from a major airport,
    As much as may see shortcomings of MD's I still need them and especially good surgeons.
    That places me in less than an hour from major hospitals.
    Thursday last week, I had removed 14x5x5cm slow growth tumor from my left thigh, so now I am recuperating.
    The same surgeon removed that tumor 15 years ago and is suggesting to reserve a date 15 years from now for the next surgery.
    So, for now, I am not of the mind to move to Venezuela or Afganistan seeking a temporarily healthier environment.
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  3. @JanSz - I love your prospective. Thank you for sharing some of the "practicality" elements of life's journey.

    Question about your surgery: Did the surgent place a unshielded silver wire into the grove he made, and place a low voltage DC current through it for a couple of weeks? This was a simple protocol by Dr. Becker MD surgent. Dr. Jerry Tennant MD further substantiated this by identifying that cells require a -50mV charge potential to heal. Yes - I know these decade long old practices may not have seen the light of day in the AMA guidelines. We know non pharmaceutical methods do not receive funding and are typically discouraged.

    My point - Is there something you can do to upregulate you negative voltage potential through that wound?
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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    This guy did both of my surgeries.
    The idea of both surgeries was to protect functionality,
    so I can keep dancing and having sex.
    He is practically ready to book an appointment for the next surgery in 15 years.
    If anything he himself is and upbeat person and keeps me upbeat too.

    Can you tell me something practical about expedited wound healing?
    Something that I could show him on my next visit on August 10.
    Right now I am not hooked to anything that looks like an electrical battery.

    Last edited: Aug 1, 2020
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  5. I love his smile, blue shirt and bow tie -> all matching his blue sparkling eyes.

    For Dr. Coit MD - Please read "The Body Electric" by Dr Robert O Becker MD. It is written in narrative form. The place where he may find interest starts on page 166 with a specific narrative entitled "Positive Surprises" on pages 169 through 175. The voltage (-50mV) to be used can be found in Dr. Jerry Tennant MD's book "Healing is Voltage - The Handbook" starting at the bottom of page 91 through 101.

    For you - We know from Dr. Jack Kruse that "The dynamics of mitochondrial DNA heteroplasmy: implications for human health and disease" https://www.nature.com/articles/nrg3966. It is vital to upregulate our "energy quotient". Since oxygen is the primary electron donor in mitochondrial respiration, may I suggest hyperbaric oxygen therapy at least twice a week for a minimum of twelve sessions.

    For you - Recommending better recovery, please familiarize yourself with Dr. Tennant's work. Here is an introduction: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/20...voltage-and-regeneration-electricity-of-life/. You may find 14:37 to 16:48 of interest to you. Also see Senergy Medical Group (https://senergy.us/dr-tennant-thunderbolt-project/) to explore thier protocols, charts, videos and studies from Dr. Jerry Tennant, as well as his Biomodulator.

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  6. @JanSz - How did your appointment with Dr. Coit go on the 10th?
  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I am pushing too much.
    I am moving too much.
    I am bleeding too much.
    I have a drain tube attached that collects what I am draining, and keep notes for doctor to evaluate.
    I should be draining less than 30cc/24hr and then that drain can be removed.
    I am now draining over 80cc/day.
    Doctor told me to slow down, 3 miles walking/day, and numerous stairs walking up and down, is too much for me, now.
    For the drain removal, I have reserved 2 appointments, next Monday and the Monday after that one.
    Will see.
    Phisical therapist came home to me and have given set of exercises that are much gentler than waking but should promote my knee range of motion.
    Overall, leg looks good, major swelling is gone, no pain.
    Spend lots of time laying naked. We have a nice sunny weather lately, sunny, high ninety's.
    That tube and (Jackson Pratt) collector at the end of it is a nuisance.
    GF is afraid of pulling it out when we have sex. So lots of unnecessary stress.
    Hurricane Isaias knocked my power out for 3 days, rest of the neighborhood for a week.
    My 17kw automatic generator came handy (again). Hardly noted loss of power.
    Thanks for asking.
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  8. Praying
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  9. DLO

    DLO StarFish

    John look up lloyd fisher u should hang out with him in person as a transition phase.
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  10. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Take care, Jan.
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  11. Alex97232

    Alex97232 Gold

    Prayers for you, tough guy--you can do this.
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  12. Hang in there Jan! Wishing you a speedy recovery.
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  13. Maybe a vitamin k supplement can help to slow or stop the bleeding.
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  14. MITpowered26

    MITpowered26 New Member

    Sorry, late on reading this.

    There are a number of things you can use for wound healing topically @JanSz

    Let me know if you need info.
  15. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Go ahead, let me know, please.

  16. MITpowered26

    MITpowered26 New Member

    naltrexone, misoprostol, phenytoin, regular insulin (10 units /g) all work wonders in a wound wash gel base. pcca spirawash is a good one. I don't have background or visual on your wound, but debridement is a must to keep granular tissue growing and proper wound healing.

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  17. MITpowered26

    MITpowered26 New Member

    @JanSz tranexamic acid in the compound wouldn't hurt to stop any bleeding..

    as a last consideration, depending on if its a wet wound or dry wound, will direct what base is appropriate for the compound.

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  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Sorry, I think I was not precise when I said in the post above:
    I am bleeding too much.
    My wound healed beautifully.
    Probably relatively good blood platelet count was helpful.

    I had a drain tube left in the operated left thigh, with container on the end (vacuum).
    When after a week after surgery I would walk 3 miles (over a whole day), I would drain say 75cc/day (doctor was after 30cc/day)
    When I stopped walking and was more sedentary, I would drain 55cc/day.
    Problem was that when being sedentary over a week, my leg got swollen and overall I would not feel good.
    Moving around makes me feel better.

    Last Monday, the tube was removed. My thigh is still swollen. So any amount of liquid that would previously drain out, now must be processed by my body.
    I think now my story is more complete.

    Other than above,
    what do you thing about my
    could be better, don't you think?
    That was right before surgery, now is likely less. How to boost it up?
    liver, red meat



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