Grounding Is Becoming A Thing

Clint Ober is considered to be the ‘Grandfather of Grounding’. In 1998, after a successful career grounding systems in the cable television industry, Clint Ober began investigating the potential to improve human health with grounding.

5G is NOT the threat some suggest. Check the last 10 minutes…

Dr. Sam Bailey: Grounding with Clint Ober
5G is not the threat some suggest. Check the last 10 minutes…

The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding (full documentary)

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10 Responses to “Grounding Is Becoming A Thing”

  1. Belyi says:

    I’ve seen this film and I have had a mat and Clint Ober’s book for several years.

    Since then I have never worn socks of any kind even in the depths of winter, as my feet are always abuzz with energy. I can’t say it’s helped with anything else, but I use the mat all the time.

    • NPP says:

      I thought I was pretty up to date on health ideas. This one is new to me this year.

      My 88 year young mother has been going bare foot on the lawn of an evening for 2-3 weeks now. She likes it.

  2. Mr X says:

    Yes, I use a company called Groundology.

  3. newensign says:

    Thanks for the post NPP. I have heard grounding is good, I do sit in the garden with my bare feet on the grass, being careful not to tread on a bumble bee! But I know I’m not consistent enough, so am thinking of getting a grounding sheet. In my younger days we all had leather soled shoes which kept us grounded!

  4. Tapestry says:

    Better than grounding pulsed microwave energy through your own body where it does damage, is to ground the signal via copper or aluminium. This costs money and means you need to stay in a protected area to eliminate the threat. I am very much affected by powerful microwave signals and can collapse unable to move with heart is spasm while I ground and get back into balance, or I can fall over through lack of balance if near a powerful transmitter. I wear protective clothing nearly all the time now and headwear. I surround our bed with reflective material called Blocsilver. It works but costs money and takes effort.

    • NPP says:

      Have you watched/listened to the interview? He does mention EMFs at the end.

      I do not pretend to understand the technicalities, but he is an ex-communications engineer.
      He might be worth an email, if he does engage contact with the public.

      • Tapestry says:

        I would Ned but I’m on slow connection/if any on a remote island in the Philippines! I’ve suffered from what doctors call electrohypersenitivity for probably thirty years – although I didn’t realise how big a factor it was in my health until ten years ago. The best people to advise are fellow sufferers who work out how to survive and live for themsleves. I can show you my charge on a meter, take off my shoes and stand on grass bare foot and after a minute the charge is all gone. The best thing you can do is avoid being charged, rather than continually discharging. You can do this with signal-blocking techniques using reflective materials like silver, or use copper/aluminium mesh to absorb e.m. radiation to ground before it gets to you. It’s a non stop battle. The most dangerous things in your life are your own cellphone and wifi, smart meters, DEC phones – and the cellphones of your friends. I stopped using a cellphone years ago and found my health improved. Two months after stopping using it, my wife became pregnant. Assuming the father to be myself (there is a strong resemblance), it coincided with trips to the seaside and abandoning my cellphone. How many infertility clinics will ever mention that?

        • NPP says:

          Your experience sounds very compatible to the gentleman’s views.
          Note the link for later.

          • Tapestry says:

            Thanks Ned. The problem is for married/partnered people who have different requirements electronically. All are being harmed, made infertile, and having their years reduced, but some are more aware – some to the point of having to hide away from social life, sleep in remote locations and so on. Once a person is sensitive they never get better, and their sensitivity gets gradually worse throughout their life. It’s a subject that won’t be going away yet will hardly ever make it to the media. We checked a meter of an installation engineer erecting a phone mast next to a friend’s house. Our meter showed 2000 milliwatts per sq meter – when his meter was reading nil. In other words, he was being conned into working in very dangerous radiation environments with a fixed meter.