EMF Education Series, Tuesday Nights
Time & Location
About the event
We are all electromagnetic beings. Every cell in our body works on minute electromagnetic signals to function properly. Rising levels of EMF are disrupting our health, the environment, and the social fabric of humanity. The Internet is loaded with erroneous information on EMF, and many EMF "protection" products are scams. If you care for your health and consciousness, you owe it to yourself to learn the facts and preserve your health and wellness.
Cell phones are the new smoking. Science is being paid for, telecom companies are making trillions, government standards are outdated, and soon there may be no place to hide if 5G is beamed at us from space. People are becoming sick and stupid from the rising levels of radiation from wireless technology. EMF is linked to: Autism, Alzheimer's, ADHD, ALS, MS, EHS, headaches, memory problems, sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, DNA damage, infertility, hormone disruption, heart palpitations, blood-brain barrier leaks, and so many more...
Learn what every human should know about the dangers of EMF, and how to protect ourselves.
What does the independent research say?
Why do the world's largest insurers refuse to cover health damages for wireless technology?
How can I protect myself and my family?
What really works and what is a scam?
More details on each of the four class topics are coming soon:
Class 1 - Electromagnetism basics, Common types and sources of EMF, Political and Social issues
Class 2 - Environmental, Biological and Health Effects of EMF
Class 3 - EMF Protection Strategies, Exposing Scams
Class 4 - EMF Shielding, Proper Use of Meters, Dangers of Plug in Filters
Join Certified EMF Expert Consultant Summer R. Egland in her low EMF, RF shielded West Sedona office for this series of informative classes that's guaranteed to change the way you see the world...
Space is limited, please call to register. 928-649-3447
4 Class Series, $150
Single Class (if available) $45
Sundays 3-5, Sept 29-Oct 20 or
Tuesdays 5:30-7:30, Oct 1-22