Global sickness reported after an unprecedented number of satellites had been launched

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Global sickness reported after an unprecedented number of satellites had been launched into space the previous day.    SpaceX had launched 60 satellites Wednesday, March 24, 2021, morning (4:28 UTC) and OneWeb had launched 36 satellites Wednesday night (2:47 UTC Thursday). In addition, SpaceX had suddenly increased the speed of its satellite internet connections on Wednesday to more than 400 Mbps, as reported online by some of the people who are beta testing its service.

 

On Thursday, March 25, 2021, almost everyone I spoke with, both here in Santa Fe and elsewhere in the U.S. and Canada, said they were not feeling well and had not slept well the previous night. Since that was my experience as well, I began to ask for details and started taking notes. The stories were consistent and shocking.   By the next day it was obvious to me that something extraordinary was happening. I did some research and discovered that we are still in a time of low solar activity, so I ruled that out as a cause. However, my research suggested a reason: an unprecedented number of satellites had been launched into space the previous day. SpaceX had launched 60 satellites Wednesday morning (4:28 UTC) and OneWeb had launched 36 satellites Wednesday night (2:47 UTC Thursday). In addition, SpaceX had suddenly increased the speed of its satellite internet connections on Wednesday to more than 400 Mbps, as reported online by some of the people who are beta testing its service.   On Saturday I sent out a newsletter asking how widespread this was. I wrote only that I and others had not been feeling well for a couple of weeks and had gotten suddenly much sicker on Wednesday and Thursday, completely unable to sleep, hurting and itching all over. I gave no other details.   The responses poured in, a thousand of them, from every continent. They came from people living in New York City, London, Paris and Madrid, and from people living in remote locations miles from the nearest cell tower. They came from people who call themselves electrosensitive and people who do not. They came from people who use no wireless technology at all and have shielded their homes, and from people who have smart meters on their homes and 5G antennas outside who emailed me from their cell phones. They came from people young and old. It did not matter, they all had similar experiences. The responses came from:   Countries — Australia, Austria, Azores, Belgium, Canada, Canary Islands, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Laos, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Wales   United States — Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin   Canada — Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan,   Australia — New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia   People who keep journals were able to be more precise than people who do not, but the stories are remarkably consistent. Many people had been not feeling well for a few weeks, and some pinpointed the beginning of their illness at either March 3 or March 10. Coincidentally, SpaceX’s two previous launches, sixty satellites each time, occurred on the nights of March 3 and March 10. Everybody, whether they were previously ill or not, became suddenly and profoundly sicker on March 24 or March 25, and most slept little or not at all the night of March 24. Which day depended partly on where they live; March 24 in the U.S. was March 25 in Australia. A few people’s illness began one day previously, on March 23.   People commonly reported that not only they, but also their spouse, children, parents, neighbors, friends, coworkers, clients, and everyone else they knew were sick, exhausted and irritable on March 24 or 25 and had trouble sleeping. They sometimes reported that their pets or farm animals were sick at the same time — cats, dogs, chickens, goats, cows.   Those who reported the details of their symptoms were consistent. They could not sleep for one, two, three or more nights, beginning March 24 or 25. Some took melatonin or other sleeping aids and still could not sleep. They had pain and itching, either all over or in specific parts of their body, commonly their feet and legs. They had headaches. They had muscle spasms. They were weak and exhausted and could hardly stand or walk, and some tripped or fell. They had skin rashes. They were dizzy and nauseous, and had stomach aches and diarrhea. The ringing in their ears was suddenly more intense. Their eyes were red, or inflamed, or their vision suddenly worsened. They had heart palpitations, rapid or irregular heartbeat, or suddenly high or very low blood pressure. A few had nose bleeds, or coughed up blood, or their eyes popped a blood vessel. They were anxious, depressed or suicidal, and irritable.   The following is a small sample of what I have been receiving:   A woman in Indiana wrote on March 28 that many of her friends had gone in for emergency surgery on their backs, knees or hips in the previous couple of weeks, and that another friend was scheduled for surgery the following week. “They all said it came on fast and said it was horribly painful… I know a huge amount of folks having strokes this past two weeks… My boss felt horribly ill last week.”   A woman in Slovenia wrote on March 28 that she could not get her menstrual period, had a fever for no reason, her liver hurt for four days, and her body was in torture. And that her mother and her cat were sick at the same time.   A man in Queensland, Australia wrote that on March 25 “I had a terrible sleep, woke up Friday morning with a headache, as did my employee and he says his family members did also.”   A woman in New Zealand wrote on March 28 that she had been sleepless, restless, buzzing, dizzy, low energy, with headaches and nausea since March 24, and that she had to pull off the road to avoid fainting while driving. And that her friends were similarly ill.   A woman in Belgium, at 1:00 p.m. precisely on March 24, suddenly had “headache, elevated blood pressure, nausea, feeling of heart arrhythmia,” had to leave work to go to bed, and was sick for the next two days.   A man in Ontario felt muscle aches in his legs, “pain I never experienced before,” and tingling on his scalp, as well as nausea and poor appetite.   A woman in England has a relative who is collecting data, and reported on March 28 “a high frequency of people having kidney related issues, urinary tract issues, itching and skin rashes, and fatigue.”   A man in South Africa experienced breathing problems at night from March 25 to 27. “Even my son experienced the same.”   A woman in England has been in torture since March 3, with her skin feeling like it is on fire, badly swollen eyelids, and burns on her neck, chest, face, underarms and in the creases of her arms.   A woman in Nova Scotia wrote on March 27 that in the last few days she had felt very tired, had poor sleep, with jolting pain through her body, axe-like head pain, extreme tingling in face and neck, dizziness, choking/swelling in neck, shortness of breath, and “felt like I was going to die.”   A woman in Michigan wrote that she was weak, ill, and sad on March 24, could not sleep, and “felt like I was going to die.”   A man in Hungary wrote that on March 25 and 26 he had had a terrible headache, stomach pains, vomited, collapsed on the street and was taken by ambulance to the hospital, where his blood pressure was super-low for many hours. His dogs were anxious, fearful, tense and sleeping more. He knew many people with very bad tinnitus, headaches, nausea, stomach pains, digestive problems, and sleeplessness on those two days.   A woman in Sweden wrote on March 28 that she could not sleep, was feeling a weird kind of restless pressure, and that her cat had had an epileptic-like fit and could not walk.   A woman in Russia wrote on March 28 that she, her children and her friends had insomnia, bad mood, anxiety, lethargy, depression, and a feeling of pressure on the head.   A woman in South Carolina wrote on March 28 that she had had no sleep since March 24, had burning pains all over her body, cramps at night, anxiety, nervousness, itching, and ear pain. “It’s an agonizing situation like being poisoned to death.”   A woman in Wales wrote that on March 24 that she “experienced a level of exhaustion and kind of sick heavy malaise that I found it almost impossible to sit in a chair.” Neither she nor her daughter could sleep, and her sister-in-law felt really awful as well.   A woman in England wrote that a hen got suddenly sick on March 23 and died on March 24.   A woman in New York wrote that her friend’s husband was taken to the hospital March 25 with low oxygen levels.   A man in Illinois wrote on March 30 that he had had a 2% to 3% decrease in his blood oxygen saturation beginning March 26.   A woman in the Netherlands wrote that she lost her voice on March 24 and knows of two children who also lost their voice that day.   A man in Texas with a healing practice wrote on March 29 that he “was flooded with clients starting Thursday, March 25 that reported being very anxious, worried, trouble sleeping, having aches and pain in their lower back, nausea, etc.”   A man in Switzerland wrote on March 29 that his right hand was suddenly cold and sore on the morning of March 25, and that he had unbearable pain in his right arm that night. And that he had had tight chest and trouble breathing during the next days and was still feeling cold, tingling and exhausted, with stiff, sore muscles. He was growing seedlings in his house and noticed that for three days they had grown more slowly or stopped growing, and that some of them had deformed leaves.   A woman in Ohio wrote on March 30 that her 7-year-old daughter had suddenly developed a fever on March 24, with headache and vomiting by nighttime, and that she had recovered by March 28. She wrote also that her own body hurt, she had a headache, foggy feeling and fatigue, and that no one in her family had slept well for the past week. She added that her cat had been “unwell, shivering and not himself.” And that her hens were yelling all day on March 24 and making sounds she had never heard them make.   A woman in Florida wrote on March 31 that she had been ill for one week with headaches, nausea, poor sleep and anxiety, and that her 4-year-old cat was listless and not eating well.   A woman in Illinois wrote that on March 24 at 9:00 p.m. “my stomach started to hurt, was nauseous, got sweaty, and felt like I was drunk.”   A woman in California wrote that since March 29 her dog was throwing up and walking around like it was drunk.   This happened to my cat Zory too. On April 7, the day of another launch of 60 satellites, he was hardly eating and was walking around like he was drunk.   A woman in California wrote on March 28 that since March 24 she had severe neck pain at night, muscle cramps, and headaches, and that her son had diarrhea. She also wrote that she sees dead birds after satellite launches.   A woman in Norway saw a dead starling on her walkway on March 25 that had fallen out of the sky.   A woman in Spokane, Washington, which is one of the areas where beta testing for SpaceX’s Starlink satellites is taking place, wrote on March 31 that she has nightly seizures/tremors of legs and torso, muscle weakness, slowness, headaches, blurry vision, negative mood/despair/anger, leg pain, and fatigue. And that March 24, 25 and 26 were “horrible.”   A woman in Sweden wrote that on March 24 she woke with pains and aches all over and could not walk properly.   Another woman in Sweden wrote that on March 24 “I was feeling very ill, vomiting and was dizzy and tumbled down.”   A woman in Austria wrote on April 2 that she had had a urinary tract infection on March 24 that was more painful than she had ever experienced, that she had not slept the following nights and still felt weak.   A woman in Germany wrote that her mother had a mini-stroke on March 25.   A woman in Wisconsin wrote that her mother had a mini-stoke on March 24.   A woman in Russia wrote that all three of her children woke up sick on the morning of March 24 and stayed home from school.   A man in California wrote that he could not sleep Wednesday night and went to the hospital with pancreatitis at 1:00 a.m. “My MD ran many tests and can’t find any reason for the pancreatitis” and they sent him home two days later.   A woman in Ohio wrote that “Wednesday was one of the worst days of my life.”   A man in Switzerland, who has taught yoga and meditation for 40 years, felt a sudden lack of energy, inability to concentrate, dizziness and bad mood on March 24.   A woman in Alaska who I spoke with by phone told me that on the morning of March 24 she had had a fever and that her blood pressure had dropped precipitously, and that her cat had woken her up crying that morning.   A man in Washington wrote that he has a neighbor with a Starlink terminal with three WiFi beacons, and that unlike normal WiFi routers, the Starlink router has no off-switch. He said he has pain and muscle spasms from the Starlink router, that he feels it from 1/4 mile away, and that it got worse on March 24.   A woman in Wisconsin who operates a medical clinic wrote that on March 24 and 25 they could not get IVs started in patients. “Even patients with huge well-filled veins required 3-5 attempts before we could get the IV in and going.”   A medical doctor in New Zealand wrote that his wife went in for her cardiac pacemaker check on March 25 and “the technician needed 3 goes before the device would electronically connect. This had never happened with anyone before.”   A retired doctor in Wales wrote that his heart went into atrial fibrillation on March 24 at 4:00 p.m. It lasted for one hour.   A woman in British Colombia who is a private investigator and whose work requires her to be observant, noticed generally poor behavior by people on March 24 and 25.   My assistant Angela in Florida told me that she and her daughter both woke up on March 25 achy, with a headache, sore throat, and muscle aches, and that the ringing in her ears had increased. She said her nephew was sick that day with pinkeye, and her mother’s eyes had swelled up so badly that day that she could not drive. She said friends who were visiting from Maine were sick at the same time, as were her neighbors. She has a farm with cows, goats and chickens. One of her roosters got sick on the same day, and on March 26 four goats including two kids got sick with gooey eyes and diarrhea, and would not eat. The two little goats died the following week although they were really healthy when they were born.   Angela also told me of her experience last year, the week of April 22, 2020 when the number of Starlink satellites reached 400 and SpaceX began initial testing of its new satellite system. That week, ten of her roosters could not breathe and turned blue, and four of them died. Some of her hens also had breathing problems but not as severe. And all 16 of her dairy cows got sick at the same time with running noses and diarrhea.   And, someone emailed me from Maine to tell me that the Maine Center for Disease Control was reporting that there were more COVID-19 cases diagnosed in Maine on March 24 than at any time in the previous two months. So I decided to find out if this was true for the whole world, and it was. March 25, 2021 registered the highest number of cases since January 8, 2021 and the fifth highest number of cases since the pandemic began.   The reports of pain or itching in the feet and legs, and sometimes on the top of the head, make sense if the cause is the pollution of the global electric circuit by millions of frequencies from satellites. That circuit flows into our body from the heavens through the top of our head, and flows out of our body into the earth through our legs and feet. When that circuit is polluted, the points of connection to sky and earth are going to be strongly affected.       Arthur Firstenberg Author, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life P.O. Box 6216 Santa Fe, NM 87502

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