Magnetic Anomalies, Magnetic Radiation, and You

Magnetic Anomalies, Magnetic Radiation, and You

by Ernest Polmateer
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Magnetic Anomalies, Magnetic Radiation, and You by Ernest Polmateer

You can stop living in fear.

You are aware that our environment is becoming more polluted every day. Is there nothing we can do about it? We can't wave a magic wand and make it all go away, but we can learn to fight back.

How do we do that, do you ask?
Through knowing what's out there and how avoid or minimize your exposure.

What about pollution from technology?
Oh you mean the leftovers from manufacturing today's modern devices?
No, the use of the technology itself causes pollution. Our world is covered in magnetic radiation almost everywhere you live.

If you have never given that any consideration before, this book will change your mind.

Prepare to be surprised about the connections between a great many unrelated things.

Things like your cell phone, the effects of magnetic radiation on the brain, and even esoteric things like ghosts, the paranormal, cancer, and especially electrical power.

Why do some people still believe in magic?

Where do visions of aliens originate from?

How do reiki, evolution, possible life elsewhere in the galaxy, and human behavioral psychology all fit into this and what, if anything, is the involvement of world governments?

All of these things can't be related, can they?

Well actually............they are.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015464719
Publisher: Ernest Polmateer
Publication date: 09/09/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 83 KB

About the Author

Ernest Polmateer has been in technical fields all of his adult life. Presently he is employed as a vibration analyst. Interested in anything concerning a mystery or unknown element, he spends much of his free time researching them with the belief that the facts needed to solve many of these mysteries are already out there, but are waiting for someone to pull enough of them together in a coherent manner.

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