THE WIFI KILLSHOT by J.E. Ante
5G at 60Ghz resonates with the oxygen molecule and gives oxygen a reverse polarity that makes it much less usable to the human body. At high concentrations of 5G usage you get suffocation of humans at street level. And at lower doses you get flu like symptoms which are the exact same symptoms as the flu with this lowered oxygen uptake by the body. But the way 5G kills is much more interesting.
Our bodies have trillions of parasitic organisms inside which feed on us and some say help us live by doing many useful functions. But when these bacteria, fungi, and parasites are subjected to any WIFI microwave radiations they are harmed and begin reproducing toxins in self defense. These organisms begin reproducing rapidly to ensure their survival. And so we get flu like symptoms from these internal parasite organisms under attack from WIFI microwave radiations reproducing rapidly and excreting toxins. This is the real illness people are getting not a bio-weapon coronavirus.
2G has ten microwave frequencies assigned to it, 3G has ten also, 4G has five frequencies with some overlaps, but 5G has 3000 microwave frequencies assigned to it by the FCC. Why so many? So 5G should really be called 297G not 5G. So with this 5G rollout in China, Korea, Italy, Iran, and cruise ships we have the greatest concentrations of 5G usage and the greatest concentrations of illness and death in the world. Our internal parasites are like canaries in a mine and are being killed off rapidly from this 5G usage. When this happens too quickly the body can not get rid of the increased toxins and the host (you) die from toxemia. Our human cells are all tied together and form a much stronger union but our many parasitic hosts inside us are much more isolated within us and much more vulnerable to this WIFI microwave radiations. They try to survive by multiplying rapidly and making toxins to protect them from harm but it is no use and they die with 5G. And with their rapid death our bodies (at least of older and less healthy human) are overwhelmed by toxins very quickly and we die from the combined effects of lowered oxygen uptake from 5G and also from the massive overpopulation and then die off of our internal biomass of germs and parasites which creates overwhelming toxemia.
When the Chinese locked down the people in Wuhan they turned to their new 5G phones and internet connections and so the city was flooded with much more 5G WIFI radiations and made many more people fall sick and die. Many people even fell sick instantly at street level from oxygen deficiency which previously had no sickness. A massive cloud of 5G 60Ghz microwave radiations caused oxygen in the air to fall below critical levels for survival. Yesterday all of Asia turned off their 5G and left on only their 3G and 4G systems to communicate so they know 5G is the real cause of the illnesses.
So turn off your smartphones or put them in an aluminum pouch until you need to use them to lessen radiation exposure to yourself and everyone else. That is the real thing you must do instead of washing your hands to protect others. And if you would heal your elderly and grand parents put them in a Faraday cage where they will not be irradiated constantly by WIFI signals that are all around us especially in hospitals. Then their sick bodies may heal themselves in time as the toxemia clears from their bodies.
All of my 150 plus articles can be reprinted and translated anywhere without permission. — J.E. Joe Ante
How To Protect Yourself From The Corona Virus
As of March 11th, 2020, the Corona Virus (COVID-19) has been recognized as a worldwide pandemic. We have known about the virus ever since it hit China last month, but now that it is at your door you need to protect yourself. Identifying symptoms, too, is important so that you can get help and avoid infecting others.
It is important to stay calm and focused on reality. While this situation and the word pandemic are very scary, panic only minimizes our ability to think rationally. One of the greatest ways to curtail panic is with knowledge and awareness.
First, let’s talk about what you need in order to prepare.
- The main thing you might face is prolonged periods of quarantine. This has happened in China and Italy both, so it may happen to you. In the case of quarantine, you will have to stay inside your home.
- According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) there are some key things you can do to prepare (just in case):
- “Create an emergency contact list.” This should include emergency contacts for neighbors, friends, family, your health care team, employers, schools and your local health department.
- “Learn about your employer’s emergency operations plan.” Find out exactly what your plan covers as to sick leave, work from home possibilities and how your employer plans to deal with this outbreak.
- Most important, stay informed, look to credible sources for information about COVID-19 and reject gossip and hype, which only propagate panic and anxiety.
Let’s talk about what you can do to prevent getting the virus in the first place.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), clean your hands often for at least 20 seconds each wash. Definitely wash your hands after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, or having been in a public place.
If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Soap and water are better than hand sanitizer if they are available, so please don’t stock pile hand sanitizer.
Clean your home well and regularly.
The CDC precautions continue, saying whenever possible avoid touching surfaces in public areas that are touched by many, such as doorknobs, handrails, and elevator buttons. Handshakes need to be postponed for now. You can use your sleeve or a tissue when you touch these. Wash your hands right after contact.
Stay away from anyone you know who has a cold or flu symptoms. The World Health Organization recommends at least a 3-foot distance away from someone who is coughing or sneezing.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), you should follow safe respiratory hygiene. When sneezing or coughing, make sure to cover nose and mouth with either a bent elbow or tissue. Throw away all tissues right after use. This is because droplets spread virus by way of spores.
Both the WHO and the CDC advise that if you are sick, stay home. Even when you don’t know if it is Corona or just a cold, it is better to stay home until you feel well again.
According to a medical professional who spoke with CNN on March 10, 2020, a 6-foot distance between people is a safe bet.
Dr. William Schaffner, an internist and infectious disease specialist from Vanderbilt University told CNN on March 9, that the elderly and those with existing compromised health are best served by staying away from crowds, so for now postpone going to concerts, philharmonic and other places where large crowds gather in small spaces.
As of March 11, 2020, the authorities recommend not gathering in large crowds of 500 or more for everyone, hence the cancellation of sporting events around the US, including March Madness, the closing of Disneyland and the cancellation of various conventions. Respiratory infection spreads faster in poor ventilated areas and closed in settings.
Who Is At Highest Risk?
Older adults (Over 60) and those who have existing medical conditions including, lung disease, heart disease and diabetes will suffer the most and have the highest mortality rate if infected, according to the CDC.
The director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Dr. Nancy Messonnier says, the highest risk of COVID-19 is for those over age 80 who have other medical conditions.
If you or someone you know fits into a high risk category, stock up on groceries and any required medications, leave space between you and others, avoid crowds and travel, clean your hands and your house often, and stay home as much as possible.
The CDC lists the following symptoms to look for, which are much like a cold:
- Shortness of breath
If you have the normal symptoms, call your health care provider for an evaluation.
Emergency warning signs:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion or inability to arouse
- Bluish face or lips
If you experience the emergency warning signs, seek medical assistance immediately.
Obviously, if you have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 you should see your doctor or seek emergency services immediately to get tested and do not come into contact with others to prevent spread.
More Information and Resources
- General hygiene and cleanliness along with correspondence with your health care provider will go a long way.
- Wash your hands for twenty seconds often, especially after touching things many others have touched.
- Clean your house regularly, especially high use surfaces.
For more information on COVID-19, consult the CDC at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.
World Health Organization – https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
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4 Steps To Changing A Negative Belief Into A Positive One
If you’ve heard them term limiting beliefs, you may have wondered what they are. Simply put, they are negative ideas and thoughts your subconscious mind has stored – beliefs that are the result of experiences throughout your life (childhood and adulthood). Why are they limiting? These thoughts keep you from growing and being successful.
If you want to get past these negative beliefs, you just need to remember a few things that can help you do just that!
Take Charge Of The Belief System
The first way you can start getting rid of the negative beliefs is to learn more about the way you think, what your ideals are and what kinds of values you have. Once you’ve understand them, you can separate them based on how society looks at them. Are your beliefs based on others’ acceptance? Is the belief based on something negative in your life?
When you can differentiate the beliefs, you give yourself the chance to learn more about who you are and can dig deep into your own belief system. It allows you to differentiate the good beliefs from the limiting ones, allowing you to make corrections as you see fit.
Accept The Limiting Beliefs You Have
Before you can start to let go of the limiting beliefs you have, you need to accept them first. The beliefs you have are just reflections of the person you are right now. Your life experiences have allowed you to attain and get what you have (good and bad). Some of these experiences may have been traumatic, which has led to negative thoughts and beliefs.
The reality is that negative experiences are going to happen. They can be detrimental to your health, making you believe that the world is not all good. These kinds of beliefs are subconscious, and the only way you can change them is to accept that it’s your past and to let these experiences fall to the wayside.
Let Your Limiting Beliefs Go
Once the negative beliefs have been accepted, you can start letting them go. By breaking away from them, you’ll begin to feel happier about yourself and life. It will be like the world lifted off your shoulders. It’s the light at the end of the tunnel, giving you hope and the opportunity to make the changes you want so badly for yourself.
Establish Your Positive Beliefs
If you desire change, it’s time to build your new belief system that includes joyfulness and success. Any new positive belief will assist you in the journey of being someone better than today. When you create new positive beliefs, you allow yourself to be more confident and motivated to accomplish your goals. No one and nothing will stop you from ascertaining them.
Best of all, you’ll be happier to have overcome the negative thoughts because you accepted that you had them and changed them to something positive.
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You’ve probably experienced stress eating and if you haven’t, you’ve probably heard of it. Things aren’t going too well, or maybe things are going too well and you feel a little overwhelmed, and you find yourself making … less than excellent food choices.
Stress eating isn’t just an excuse and it isn’t all in your head. To overcome and prevent stress eating, it helps to understand it. Here we’ll discuss the causes of stress eating as well as what you can do about it.
Bad Food is Easy
Stress eating, the aptly named condition to define eating when you’re stressed, can be caused by a number of things. Some of these are actually fairly complicated biological events. We’ll start with the simplest things first.
The first cause of stress eating is that bad food is convenient. If you have a lot on your plate, it can seem easier, cheaper, and more efficient to simply hit up a drive-through on your way home or have takeout delivered. After all, that frees up time that you don’t need to spend prepping, cooking, and cleaning up.
There’s a lot to unpack there.
First, poor dietary choices like fast food aren’t actually cheaper than healthier options. That’s a common misconception that comes from the fact that we pay for fast food one meal at a time. This can make it seem less expensive than buying fresh food. You might have to drop more cash at the grocery store than at the pick-up counter, but you get more food out of a grocery cart than a card-board box.
As for the time efficiency, there’s no arguing that fast food is faster than home-made food. However, you can make home cooking more time-efficient by “meal prepping.” That’s when you make big batches of food and fridge or freeze the rest so that you have pre-made food ready to go.
It can really cut down the time that you spend prepping, cooking, and cleaning per meal. Having ready-made food that you can take with you also reduces the draw of buying fast-food while you’re out and about.
Your Body is Programmed to Crave Bad Foods When You’re Stressed
If only all of the draws of stress eating were about time and money. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.
Many of your moods and physiological functions are caused by messenger molecules called “hormones” that your body releases in response to external factors. One of these chemicals is called “cortisol.” This chemical gets pumped into your blood when you’re stressed, and it has a lot to do with how you eat and what your body does with that food.
What we recognize as the stress response is an evolutionary carryover from when our ancient ancestors needed to fight or run from all of their problems. That’s not the case for us anymore but it’s still how our bodies react to stress. When you’re fighting or running from your problems, your body requires a lot of energy so cortisol, the stress hormone discussed above, makes you crave foods that are high in fats and carbs.
This isn’t something that you can simply will away. However, you can work around it. When you start to crave those carbs and fats, give your body the healthiest carbs and fats that you can find instead of from junk food.
Bad Foods Make You Feel So Good
There’s one other way in which our genetic make-up is out to get us when it comes to stress eating. We’re all genetically predisposed to an addiction to carbs and fats.
This has to do with our ancient ancestors and chemical messengers again, but this time it has to do with a different group of chemical messengers called “neurotransmitters.” These do a number of different things but one of the things that they do is set up your body’s very own reward system.
When you do something that your body thinks is good for you, it rewards you by filling your head with feel-good neurotransmitters to try to reinforce that action. Finding things like fats, sugars, and carbs was very rare and very important for our ancient ancestors. As a result, when they found a source of these nutrients, they got a shot of feel-good brain chemicals to encourage them to continue seeking out those foods.
Unfortunately, foods that are high in fats, sugars, and other carbs are much easier to come across these days, but we still get that good feeling when we eat them. That’s why if you’re feeling down sweets can help to pick you up.
You can approach this issue like the last one – by giving your body carbs and fats from healthy sources like fruits and plant oils. You can also find other things that satisfy your body’s internal reward system and do those things instead. For example, exercise releases feel-good hormones too, as well as being good for your physical and emotional health in a lot of other ways as well.
The cards are definitely stacked against you when it comes to stress eating. You can’t always turn these cravings off, but you can out smart them to satisfy your body’s needs in ways that are much healthier for you.
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The “who” is you and the “what” is weight loss. The “how” hopefully is, or at least includes, diet and exercise. But, what about the “why”?
The why is different for everyone and hopefully you’ve taken some time to pen down your personal why. Here we’ll talk about why having a why is important to weight loss and talk about some possible motivations that could become your why.
The Importance of Your Why
The “why” of weight loss is your motivation. If someone asks you why you’re trying to lose weight and you don’t have an answer, it probably means that you aren’t going to be very successful in your weight loss journey.
Losing weight and keeping it off is difficult and it’s something that no one can do for you. It takes dedication and willpower. The idea isn’t that you can’t do it, the idea is that you have to want to.
But, why should you want to? There’s this idea out there that losing weight is a sort of Socratic good – that it doesn’t need a reason to be good, it just is. However, that might not be enough for you and that’s okay. So, what are some things that could be your why?
A Long Life Could Be Your Why
One great why has to do with lifespan. It doesn’t matter whether you’re up there in years or not, carrying unhealthy weight shortens your life. Several of the most common causes of death in America are symptoms of a group of illnesses called Metabolic Syndrome. Metabolic Syndrome is a cluster of diseases that are more common in people with unhealthy weight. They include heart attack, stroke, diabetes, and other conditions.
The desire to stay alive can be a pretty powerful why. There’s a saying these days that most people say jokingly: “I’m here for a good time, not for a long time.” It’s fun to say but actually being diagnosed with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, pre-diabetes or other warning signs for an early death should change that tune.
Mobility Can Be Your Why
Another great why for you can be mobility or activity. It’s partially a great why because it’s also a great how.
Carrying extra weight makes it more difficult to engage in physical activity. Not only does this limit your options when it comes to what activities you would like to engage in, it also leads to a slippery slope in which high bodyweight makes it harder to be active and not being active makes it harder to maintain a healthy weight.
You might say that physical activity isn’t for you however, if you think about all of the kinds of physical activity that are out there – from walking to running or hiking to biking or swimming or dancing – it becomes harder to believe that you really aren’t interested in it at all.
Mental Health Can Be Your Why
One possible why has to do with happiness and self-esteem. Studies have shown that engaging in physical activity makes you happier and more mentally healthy – whether you’re overweight or not. This can be a sort of half-why. If physical activity makes people feel better regardless of whether they are overweight or not, then weight loss doesn’t need to be your reason to exercise even though it can contribute to weight loss.
We’ve talked already about how being fit may not be an inherent good in your life philosophy. One thing that most people do consider an inherent good is self-control. This is something that you can practice by watching what you eat and how often you work out. In this way, your why for weight loss can be a mental one rather than a physical one.
Your Family and Friends Can Be Your Why
Finally, weight loss is something that you need to do but you don’t need to be the reason that you do it. It may be that you really don’t care about your health or really haven’t found an activity that you care about and don’t feel the need to improve your mental health or fortitude. However, there are probably other people in your life that are worried about you and your health. In the absence of your own why, you can always use someone else as your why.
There are a lot of reasons that a why can help you to lose weight. There are also a wide variety of things that can serve as your inspiration if you haven’t found one yet. So, find your why and be the best you that you can be.
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A lot of people give themselves all sorts of reasons why they should not go on a diet. Believe me, I understand this process. After all, you’ve grown accustomed to eating what you like to eat and living the way you want to live.
Change, for most of us human beings, is very hard. It’s not like we don’t understand why we need to change. Usually, this isn’t the case where we are unclear as to the benefits of changing, but let me be clear, desiring change is one thing, actually going through with it is another matter entirely.
It’s too easy to just stick with what you know. It’s too easy to just continue down the path you’re on, but the problem is if you have gone diet after diet and nothing seems to work, and you know that your current meal plans are not doing you any favors, you’re going to have to step up. You’re going to have to pull the trigger at some point and go on the keto diet if you’ve been meaning to for all this time.
Transitioning is not as hard as you think
Here’s some good news; believe it or not, there are many food items that you already enjoy that are already keto complaint. In other words, you only need to focus on certain food items that are already on your meal plan and supplement it with other keto compliant foods. That’s all you need to do to switch over.
There is no ordeal, there is no black-and-white, do or die type of moment, there’s none of that. It really all boils down to building on what you already have. Maybe you like eating pork rinds. Maybe you are partial to butter. Maybe you love cream cheese. Perhaps you have a particular liking for avocado.
All of these are keto compliant ingredients, you just need to build up on them. A lot of people are unclear about this, and this is why they think that the keto diet is some sort of magical door; dark, forbidding, distant, and they feel that they have to step onto it carefully, and then it’s a big momentous life decision to go through. It’s actually easier than you think, because you are already keto compliant at some level or another. For some people, they are more keto compliant than others.
For example, maybe you just like a few eggs, and then everything else is carb-rich or sugary. On the other hand, maybe have a buddy who is already eating a lot of greasy, fatty foods, and really isn’t all that interested in rice, bread, or potatoes. That person will have an easier time transitioning, but you already have the “seeds” of the keto diet in your current meal plan.
It’s all about supplementing what you already have
One of the most common mistakes people make when they go on a diet, is that they feel that they have to turn their back completely on their old way of eating. They feel that they have to completely forget all the things that they used to eat so they can discover and adopt a whole new laundry list of dishes.
This is completely wrong, because if you play the game this way, you are going to fail again, and again, and again. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. The truth is, you have to work with what you have. Add to your meal plan instead of taking stuff off.
When you focus on the things that you’re adding, your taste buds slowly begin to change. Stuff that used to be high priority for you, fall off your priority list. Sooner or later, you transition to a completely keto-compliant diet.
It all boils down to focus. Don’t give yourself any excuses to fail by cutting out foods entirely. Instead, supplement your meal plan and focus on the new keto items. This way, you train your taste buds on a gradual basis so you can eventually transition completely to the keto diet.
Now for some people, this can happen in a very short period of time; congratulations to them. But even if you are the type of person that can take a while to change your taste profile, that’s fine too. Don’t put yourself on some sort of timeline. Don’t think that this is some sort of race.
You’re not trying to impress other people. You’re not trying to put on a show for others. You’re doing this for yourself. If your timeline is a little bit longer, then that’s fine. If you can speed things up, that’s even better.
What’s important is you don’t put any unnecessary pressure on yourself. It’s hard enough changing, don’t adopt some sort of air of desperation; don’t add that to the mix. If you’re able to do to focus on what you have, and build on the keto foods that you are already eating and enjoying, then you will have an easier ride.
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K Holistic Therapy do not endorse any diet program. This article is for information and educational purposes.
The mind-body relationship is becoming clearer thanks to the advent of modern science. Likewise, the link between our thoughts and our emotions are also becoming better known. Research has demonstrated an obvious correlation between good emotions and a strong psychology.
Our thoughts and our emotions both form a circle reinforcing the other. Negative thoughts will generate emotions of a similar nature and these emotions will then result in more negative thoughts. This forms a vicious pattern that is most clearly observed in patients suffering from PTSD and other traumas. It is very difficult for these people to break free, and the events keep recurring in their minds.
Over time, such patients heal to an extent. The main way to heal is gradually, as these patients can focus their energies on things that they enjoy so that the memories fail to repeat themselves and lose some of their previous force. Calming therapeutic modalities work over time to gently alleviate these traumas. However, modern society is anything but therapeutic.
On the other hand, healthy emotions are linked with successful and a powerful psychology. People who are happier have more success and better interpersonal relationships. They have better concentration, memory, and social skills. It is far easier to be successful when you have a positive emotional framework as a foundation than to be struggling internally.
How to Manage The Relationship
Everybody is in a situation where they need to better manage their thoughts and emotions. It takes some time, but there are proven ways to reinforce the strengths of our thoughts and emotions. These include:
- Deep Communication
- Creative Work
Meditation and mindfulness are practices where we simply observe what is happening in our minds. This is very beneficial in a world that is so externally orientated. We can observe how we feel and how these thoughts stimulate certain emotions. Over time, we can catch the negative thoughts before they gain too much momentum and ruin the whole day.
Deep communication is another technique where we work with a therapist or practitioner to document and analyze our own patterns for further insights.
Creative work is about self-expression. An intense dedication to creative work is an excellent way to remove any negative tendencies. What can happen is that we are so focused on artistic inventions that we are not focusing any of our energies on the things that make us weak. This works far more quickly than meditation and mindfulness if we can find something that we are truly passionate about.