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Citizens Against Harmful Technology
Actively Participate In Educating the Public            Newsletter          August 7, 2016

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TALKSHOE: The conference call will still be on Sunday night. However the conference call will only be available to those who have registered. No guests are allowed.  We ask that anyone who is actively working for a government entity in any of the programs that adversely affect TI's, please announce you are on the call, as required by law. Talkshoe:  (724) 444-7444, Call ID: 139744 #, Pin 1#, Moderator: Neal Chevrier

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NEW BROCHURE: Free to Members and for Events!

This brochure explains directed energy assaults, implants, body sensor networks and phone stalking. Free to members and free for events. Free download on

Please share your electronic harassment and stalking stories here.  Find friends and share your experiences. This radiation and electronic harassment is going on all over the world. Here is testimony that shows your story is not an isolated event. While each person is targeted differently, the similarities join our parallel experiences.

I was staying at a nice motel because perpetrators sprayed me with chemicals in my sleep at home and made me very very sick. It coated my lungs with a substance that suffocated me and almost shut down my breathing. I had to get medical assistance to be able to breath again normally. I was coughing and almost passing out.  When I stayed at a motel, perpetrators came into my room while I was gone and made sure they violated my privacy.  When I left the motel one day, I set this knife down on the carpet in the lying down position.  When I returned, they had gotten my message that I had left them something to play with -- their constant interference was petty and childish. They had turned the knife on its side.  The motel staff was part of the stalking. When I was in one room, I was vibrated while trying to sleep. In another room, they put something in there that made me sick with flu-like symptoms. While staying at this motel, two young black men brought a brand new beautiful fancy black car and parked it in the parking lot. Later in the night, a tow truck came and took it away. - Montgomery, Alabama
Testimony 2:
Are you stalked by
First Responders?  
Do ambulances start their sirens when parked right next to you?  Many TI's say they have ambulances, fire trucks or police cars cross their path repeatedly when in their vehicles.  This is instance where a TI was entering Home Depot and 3 firemen appeared at the very same time and made it clear that First Responders have no manners -- First Responders First. They were not on an emergency call, it took all 3 of them to return an item at the returns desk.
DEFENSE DEPARTMENT (Community-Oriented Policing) sharing wireless frequency with smartphones:  
FCC plans for smartphones to share military wireless frequency
The government agency looks to open up the airwaves by allowing for civilians to hop on spectrum currently reserved for the Defense Department.  Smartphones and military spectrum are needed to monitor Body Sensor Networks in everyone.

According to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (PDF), the 3.5 GHz band that is used by the military is primarily for Navy shipboard radar use, as well as tracking of airborne objects and air traffic control systems. Wheeler said that it's possible for the Defense Department to share this spectrum with civilians by "proceeding responsibly."

"To seize those new opportunities -- for job creation,
health care, education, energy -- entrepreneurs will have to update the way they do business, and the FCC has to update the way we manage and allocate spectrum."

[Comment:  No one is going to tell the genera public that they are going to have their brains hooked up to the internet. If you are a TI, you are probably very aware that you can be or are being tracked by cell phones, airplanes and helicopters. The military radar has the ability to communicate with your "healthcare" implants.]
INTERNET:  What is an IP Address?  What is a MAC Address?
The radar bands (3550 to 3650 megahertz) could provide another way to provide long-range Wi-Fi with only small modifications to existing transmitters, known as small cells, that support existing LTE and Wi-Fi (seeTiny Transmitters Could Help Avert Data Throttling”).
Not everyone will get to use the Pentagon’s spectrum. Hospitals and other institutions with public safety functions —including utilities and law-enforcement agencies—would get first crack. It’s possible today to use sensors to detect if any transmissions are occurring in the 3550 to 3650 megahertz band. Any such transmissions must be military. “If it is shared, I can’t be sure who is using it,” he says.
WEBSITE: World CACH Must see
The World Coalition against Covert Harassment is committed to raising awareness to the legal systems as well as to the medical and scientific community to the crime of illegal biomedical and weaponry research committed on citizens in the European Union and beyond. As a European network, EUCACH acts as a lobbying and advocacy platform towards the EU. Using our international network of scientific and technology experts, partner civil and human rights organisations as well as important stakeholders in civil society, we provide consultancy services to the EU Institutions based on our expertise. EUCACH’s organisational goal is to influence EU legislation and the decision-making process in calling for a worldwide ban on weapons that might enable any form of manipulation of human beings.
Online-connected brains and neural networks.
“ICT” = Information and Communication Technologies
“BMI” = Brain Machine Interface, brain-computer interconnection
“FET” = Future and Emerging Technologies
“S.T.” = Synthetic Telepathy
“A.I.” = Artificial Intelligence
IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY:  Heating the tissues to degrade them
Implants in the joints heat up the tissues including cartilage, muscle and bone and degrade them. If you have been covertly implanted, and they are stimulating your implants to heat up your joints, it is necessary to block those frequencies with shielding. Use a EMF shielding fabric, aluminum tape or other RF blocking material.  It is important to keep the heat out of the joints with ice packs or jell packs that keep them cool.
Meter:  Recommendation

Cornet ED78S EMF RF Meter ElectroMagnetic Detector (2016)

  • Magnetic, Electric, Radio/microwave & Paranormal Detection All in One Package
  • Identity where from EMF is penetrating your house.
  • Track and find EMF sources inside your house & office
  • Measure the EMF when ever you need or want.
TECHNOLOGY:  Light Radio Cubes

Tiny Transmitters Could Help Avert Data Throttling

A cluster of the devices can replace the transmitters atop a typical cell tower.
David Talbot, March 7, 2012
Major carriers, arguing that their networks are clogged with smart-phone and tablet traffic, are increasingly implementing data throttling, the practice of targeting heavy users by slowing down data-transfer speeds. Now a gadget invented at Bell Labs—a programmable, pint-sized transmitter that requires no new traditional cell towers—could rapidly add capacity and thus help avoid data bottlenecks.
Radiohead: This cube, just six centimeters on a side, is a potential building block for smarter and higher-capacity wireless networks.
The gadgets are known as light radio cubes. Measuring just six centimeters on each side, they are miniature transmitters and receivers that can be programmed to work flexibly in different contexts to add capacity.
Two devices together can serve a compact area such as a stadium or train station—handling just as much traffic, in that compact area, as a whole cell tower can serve a wider area. A cluster of 10 to 20 of them can form an array that replaces the transmitters atop a typical cell tower. They can boost capacity in part by collectively reshaping the radio beam in real-time toward the incoming signals to optimize performance.
The demands on mobile networks are expected to explode over the next four years. Bell Labs has estimated that traffic will grow by a factor of 25, while Cisco says it will grow 18-fold by 2016. Either way, the system will have to be remade to accommodate the traffic.

Radio Frequencies and Wireless Networks

When working with wireless networks, your neighbors may interfere with your network by generating traffic on the same radio frequencies you are using, or by using devices that encroach on the frequencies that you are using. This issue is especially true when using unlicensed radio frequency (RF) bands, but it is easier to deal with when using the limited licensed radio bands.
All commercial wireless networking solutions operate in the unlicensed RF bands, and the RF bands where wireless networks operate are full of noisy neighbors.

Licensed radio bands

When a national regulatory body (such as the FCC in the United States) allocates a frequency range to be used for a function, it can also specify how the frequency range can be used or shared.
To use licensed radio bands, a license must be obtained from a government agency. This requirement is true of all users of these radio spectrums. A few of the uses of licensed radio bands are as follows:
  • AM broadcast (short wave between 1.711 MHz–30.0 MHz, medium wave between 520 kHz–1,610 kHz, and long wave between 148.5 kHz–283.5 kHz )
  • FM broadcast (87.5 to 108.0 MHz)
  • Cellular phones (840 MHz)
In the larger electromagnetic spectrum, which includes the radio spectrum, the licensing of infrared and X-ray spectrums also exists.

Unlicensed radio bands

When hearing the term unlicensed, you may think there are no laws or that unlicensed radio bands are like the Wild West and people can do as they like. However, that is not completely the case: You must follow several regulations that cover the use of the unlicensed radio bands.
The big difference between licensed and unlicensed bands is that the licensed bands are allowed to be used only by the company that licensed them, whereas the unlicensed bands are used by anyone who wants to use them.
Unlicensed radio bands have been allocated to certain users by the government, but to be able to use and broadcast on these bands, you do not need to have a license; you only need to create compliant devices that are to be used.
Regulations exist around these bands, so using unlicensed radio bands is not a free-for-all. In the United States, the FCC regulates all the electromagnetic spectrum, but it has set aside several ranges for public use.
Some of the types of unlicensed radio bands are as follows:
  • Industrial, Scientific, Medical (ISM): This type includes several medical monitors and other devices that operate in the 900-MHZ, 2.4-GHz, and 5-GHz bands.
  • Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII): This type defines the specifications for the use of wireless devices such as WLAN access points and routers in the 5-GHz band.
  • Unlicensed Personal Communications Services (UPCS): This type defines the specifications for devices operating in the 1.9-GHz band, where DECT6 cordless phones operate.
Wireless phone companies, such as Sprint and Rogers, have specific frequencies that only they are allowed to use by leasing them from the government. IEEE 802.11 networks have several choices of wireless bands that are available to them to use, without the requirement to lease the frequencies from the government.
The downside of the unlicensed frequencies or bands is that anyone else can use the same frequency ranges, which can cause interference for the signals you are trying to transmit.
So users of both licensed and unlicensed bands are required to follow a series of government regulations, but the unlicensed bands may be used by anyone who follows the guidelines and regulations. These guidelines cover issues like encroaching on neighboring frequencies and causing interference; so if everyone follows these rules, they will all be good neighbors, which is not always the case.
Some groups have helped to develop standards so that all users can be good neighbors with others who use those radio bands. These groups and standards bodies include the following:
  • FCC (Federal Communications Commission): Manages and sets standards with regard to the spectrum use
  • IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers): A leading standards organization which publishes standards that are adopted across industries
  • Wi-Fi Alliance: An organization that attempts to create a single standard for WLANs, thereby ensuring interoperability
  • ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute): Another standards organization that has contributed many worldwide standards
  • ITU-R (International Telecommunication Union, Radiocommunication Sector): With the FCC, defines how WLANs should operate from a regulatory perspective, such as operating frequencies, antenna gain, and transmission power
HEALTH: Liuda's Links
6 Surprising Reasons Beer Is Actually Good For You
By Vanessa Voltolina

A 32-year-long Scandinavian study of 1,400 middle-aged women reported that those with moderate consumption of beer (one to two drinks per day) had a reduced risk of heart attack.

Alcohol, including beer, has anti-inflammatory properties, which is likely why it is linked with such positive implications for heart health, as well as other diseases triggered by inflammation <>.

A study published in /Arthritis & Rheumatology/, which included 1.9 million participants from the Nurses' Health Study (NHS), found that women who drank two to four times per week had a 31 percent decreased risk of rheumatoid arthritis compared to their fellow teetotalers.

Beer and hops (as well as red wine and coffee contain antimicrobial compounds that may help fight unwelcome oral germs linked to plaque and gum disease. In an Italian study of 93 subjects, those who drank alcohol, including beer, tended to have fewer species of microbes in their mouths. While brushing and flossing are still paramount, enjoying a cold one may have a positive impact on your smile.

A 3,654-person study published in the /American Journal of Ophthalmology/ found participants with moderate alcohol consumption had a 50 percent lower incidence of cataract surgery (versus non-drinkers and heavy drinkers) over a period of five to ten years. Antioxidants in wine and beer may be responsible for these benefits; a number of studies show that cataracts and macular degeneration are more prevalent when a diet is low in antioxidants.

Kidney stones are tiny, hard mineral deposits that form inside the kidneys, which may be a result of dehydration or certain food choices. If you’ve ever experienced them, you know that they can be /very/ painful to pass. A /Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology/ study following almost 200,000 participants found those imbibing about one beer a day had a 41 percent lower risk of forming kidney stones. Researchers believe this may be due to the diuretic properties of beer and other alcohols.

Type 2 diabetes.  A meta-analysis of 15 studies found that moderate alcohol consumption, including beer, may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 30 percent. There may be many factors at play, including the anti-inflammatory effects of alcohol, according to study authors. Other research in people without diabetes has found positive effects of moderate alcohol consumption on insulin and triglyceride levels. It’s important to emphasize that moderate consumption is key; overdoing it may actually increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Keep Your Spiritual Thoughts from CC
Luke 17:3-4 (VOICE)
So each of you needs to be careful.  If your brother
sins [against you], confront him about it, and if he has
a change of mind and heart, then forgive him.  Even if
he wrongs you seven times in a single day, if he turns
back to you each time and says he's sorry and will
change, you must forgive him. 
COMMENT:  Forgiving is usually not our first thought when wear wronged, but it keeps bitterness from taking up residence in our heart.  Forgiving doesn't mean that we have to be best friends with the person who has wronged us.  It means that we let go of the right to hold a grudge or get even and surrender
those hurts to God.
Protest in China against Directed Energy Weapons on June 20, 2016.

Next Portland, Oregon meeting happens on:
Sunday August 7, 2016

Hollywood Branch Public Library
4040 NE Tillamook
Portland, Oregon
Please contact Amy

  Optional restaurant dinner after the library meeting

Hollywood Branch Library
4040 NE Tillamook
Portland, Oregon
We meet in the large meeting room in the back of the library
Please contact Amy
Meeting:Not sure
1:00pm - 2:30 pm 
 12755 Greenwood Ave North,
Seattle, WA 98133
Wednesdays @ 6:00pm PST, 7:00pm MST, 8:00pm CST, 9:00pm EST
CALL IN NUMBER: 724-444-7444. CALLER ID: 139381# PIN: 1#
Please contact:
Laura Solway
Phone:  206-365-6139 or
Curtis Kimble
Covert Harassment UK
Ana B. Fernandez Alvarez
Covert Harassment UK Founder
Mob.: +44 7801292648
Company No.:10232076
LINQSTAT: Microwave (RF) Protection for You
We have Linqstat now, so please email Neal to order.
If you have a tent, you can just tape some pieces of Linqstat together and drape them over the tent. You could make it the exact shape as the rain cover. You can ground it to an outlet, to a ground with a banana clip or attach a TENS electrode to it to create an energy field across the surface. Using a tent structure that's already got places to attach the Linqstat make it a lot easier. You can even get a simple one and put it on your bed to drape the Lingstat over. LINK TO GROUNDING CLIPS
This is a very high quality RF shielding material. It should be grounded so that any radio frequency will dead end at the ground. It doesn't out gas, does not break down & is completely nontoxic! Linqstat is a very stable carbon loaded product. It is the carbon which blocks microwaves.
Make payment through PayPal or debit/credit cards at our donate button on our website, or by mail upon request. Be sure to state whether the payment is a donation, membership or Linqstat.
LINQSTAT (≤50,000 ohms/sq) Electrically Conductive Film.
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We have 3 packages available:
Package 1:  6' (ft) x 3' for $ 30.00 (To make an 8 layer hat ).
Package 2: 12' (ft) x 3' for $ 50.00 (To make an 8 layer hat & 2 layer vest)
Package 3:  24' (ft) x 3' for $ 80.00 (To make a hat, vest & over under blanket for where you sleep ).
(Shipping, tracking & insurance is included in the price).

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