“10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why.”

“There is no swifter route to the corruption of thought than through the corruption of language.”

George Orwell

 

 

 

 

 

May 24, 2018 – Study links phones to increase in teen suicides

May 25, 2018 – Are smartphones causing more teen suicides?

June 1, 2018 – Teens are abandoning Facebook in dramatic numbers, study finds

June 8, 2018 – Phone apps are helping scientists track suicidal thoughts in real time

July 25, 2018 – Calls to suicide crisis centers have doubled since 2014

June 27, 2018 – Twitter lost 1 million monthly users in the second quarter

August 2, 2018 – Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time

 

 

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.

That’s why one of the recent news stories I’ve appended below is headlined “10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why.”

They’re pretending to be impactful by using “10,000 more”, but it is, rather a lurid deception, a hedge against the stronger percentage, which they’ve “buried” in the copy below. It’s 12.4%.

They know precisely why – because they’re the people who deliberately engineered the sea of WiFi that we are bathed in, generally, and our so-called “Smart” phones, specifically, to be a malefic plague upon humanity.

But now all their evil and negativity is fading away.

It’s October 2018, and great, epochal positive changes are underway at every level of our reality.

And one of them is that the populace has realized that technology has been weaponized against it.

Remember, when the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.

 

 

 

March 15, 2018 – 10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why

The slowdown in life expectancy for the average person in Britain is worse than anything seen since the early 1890s, and no other country in Europe has experienced as rapid a slowdown as the UK

In the first seven weeks of 2018, over 10,000 (12.4 per cent) more people died in England and Wales than was usual for the time of year. No official explanation from government health officials for this sharp rise in mortality has been forthcoming.

For decades, life expectancy increased, rising a few months nearly every year. But 2016 was the second year in a row in U.S. life expectancy fell, a rare event that had occurred only twice before in the last century.

Health officials say there was one three-year decline. That occurred in 1916, 1917 and 1918, a period that included the worst flu pandemic in modern history.

Looking at these numbers, it seems likely” the nation has just tied that record, said Anne Case, a Princeton University researcher who’s done influential work on deaths in middle-aged white Americans from suicides, drug overdose and alcohol abuse.

 

May 24, 2018 – Study links phones to increase in teen suicides

 

May 23, 2018 – With Death Rate Up, US Life Expectancy Is Likely Down Again

Preliminary data shows U.S. death rates rose again last year, indicating that 2017 likely will mark the third straight decline in American life expectancy.

NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. death rate rose last year, and 2017 likely will mark the third straight year of decline in American life expectancy, according to preliminary data.

Death rates rose for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, flu and pneumonia, and three other leading causes of death, according to numbers posted online Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Full-year data is not yet available for drug overdoses, suicides or firearm deaths. But partial-year statistics in those categories showed continuing increases.

Just as important, there was little change in the death rate from the nation’s No. 1 killer: heart disease. In the past, steady annual drops in heart disease death rates offset increases in other causes. But that offset is no longer happening, experts say.

The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics calculated the preliminary rates based on a first-pass review of death certificates filed last year. There typically are delays in the filing of paperwork for causes of death that involve police investigations.

A more complete report is expected around the end of the year, including the number of deaths and a calculation of life expectancy — the average lifespan based on year of birth, current death trends and other factors.

For decades, life expectancy increased, rising a few months nearly every year. But 2016 was the second year in a row in U.S. life expectancy fell, a rare event that had occurred only twice before in the last century.

Health officials say there was one three-year decline. That occurred in 1916, 1917 and 1918, a period that included the worst flu pandemic in modern history.

Looking at these numbers, it seems likely” the nation has just tied that record, said Anne Case, a Princeton University researcher who’s done influential work on deaths in middle-aged white Americans from suicides, drug overdose and alcohol abuse.

The overall death rate rose a little less than 1 percent, to about 734 deaths per 100,000 people. The rate dipped slightly in 2016 despite a record number of deaths that year, so its rise in 2017 is more reason to expect life expectancy will worsen, Case said.

 

May 25, 2018 – Are smartphones causing more teen suicides? | Society | The Guardian

 

June 1, 2018 – Teens are abandoning Facebook in dramatic numbers, study finds

(As if it were difficult to find – ed)

 

June 7, 2018 – Suicide rates rise sharply across the United States, new report shows

Suicide rates rose in all but one state between 1999 and 2016, with increases seen across age, gender, race and ethnicity, according to a report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In more than half of all deaths in 27 states, the people had no known mental health condition when they ended their lives.

In North Dakota, the rate jumped more than 57 percent. In the most recent period studied (2014 to 2016), the rate was highest in Montana, at 29.2 per 100,000 residents, compared with the national average of 13.4 per 100,000.

[Suicide rates are on the rise across the nation but nowhere more so than in rural counties]

Only Nevada recorded a decline — of 1 percent — for the overall period, although its rate remained higher than the national average.

Increasingly, suicide is being viewed not only as a mental health problem but a public health one. Nearly 45,000 suicides occurred in the United States in 2016 — more than twice the number of homicides — making it the 10th-leading cause of death. Among people ages 15 to 34, suicide is the second-leading cause of death.

The most common method used across all groups was firearms.

“The data are disturbing,” said Anne Schuchat, the CDC’s principal deputy director. “The widespread nature of the increase, in every state but one, really suggests that this is a national problem hitting most communities.”

It is hitting many places especially hard. In half of the states, suicide among people age 10 and older increased more than 30 percent.

“At what point is it a crisis?” asked Nadine Kaslow, a past president of the American Psychological Association. “Suicide is a public health crisis when you look at the numbers, and they keep going up. It’s up everywhere. And we know that the rates are actually higher than what’s reported. But homicides still get more attention.”

One factor in the rising rate, say mental health professionals as well as economists, sociologists and epidemiologists, is the Great Recession that hit 10 years ago. A 2017 study in the journal Social Science and Medicine showed evidence that a rise in the foreclosure rate during that concussive downturn was associated with an overall, though marginal, increase in suicide rates. The increase was higher for white males than any other race or gender group, however

“Research for many years and across social and health science fields has demonstrated a strong relationship between economic downturns and an increase in deaths due to suicide,” Sarah Burgard an associate professor of sociology at the University of Michigan, explained in an email on Thursday.

The dramatic rise in opioid addiction also can’t be overlooked, experts say, though untangling accidental from intentional deaths by overdose can be difficult. The CDC has calculated that suicides from opioid overdoses nearly doubled between 1999 and 2014, and data from a 2014 national survey showed that individuals addicted to prescription opioids had a 40 percent to 60 percent higher risk of suicidal ideation. Habitual users of opioids were twice as likely to attempt suicide as people who did not use them.

High suicide numbers in the United States are not a new phenomenon. In 1999, then-Surgeon General David Satcher issued a report on the state of mental health in the country and called suicide “a significant public health problem.” The latest data at that time showed about 30,000 suicides a year.

Kaslow is particularly concerned about what has emerged with suicide among women. The report’s findings came just two days after 55-year-old fashion designer Kate Spade took her own life in New York — action her husband attributed to the severe depression she had been battling.

“Historically, men had higher death rates than women,” Kaslow noted. “That’s equalizing not because men are [committing suicide] less but women are doing it more. That is very, very troublesome.”

Among the stark numbers in the CDC report was the one signaling a high number of suicides among people with no diagnosed  mental health condition. In the 27 states that use the National Violent Death Reporting System, 54 percent of suicides fell into this category.

But Joshua Gordon, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, said that statistic must be viewed in context.

“When you do a psychological autopsy and go and look carefully at medical records and talk to family members of the victims,” he said, “90 percent will have evidence of a mental health condition.” That indicates a large portion weren’t diagnosed, “which suggests to me that they’re not getting the help they need,” he said.

Cultural attitudes may play a part. Those without a known mental health condition, according to the report, were more likely to be male and belong to a racial or ethnic minority.

“The data supports what we know about that notion,” Gordon said. “Men and Hispanics especially are less likely to seek help.”

The problems most frequently associated with suicide, according to the study, are strained relationships; life stressors, often involving work or finances; substance use problems; physical health conditions; and recent or impending crises. The most important takeaway, mental health professionals say, is that suicide is an issue not only for the mentally ill but for anyone struggling with serious lifestyle problems.

“I think this gets back to what do we need to be teaching people — how to manage breakups, job stresses,” said Christine Moutier, medical director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “What are we doing as a nation to help people to manage these things? Because anybody can experience those stresses. Anybody.”

People without known mental health conditions were more likely to be male and to die by firearm. (CDC)

The rates of suicide for all states and the District of Columbia were calculated using data from the National Vital Statistics System. Information about contributing circumstances for those who died by suicide was obtained via the National Violent Death Reporting System, which is relatively new and in place in only 27 states.

“If you think of [suicide] as other leading causes of death, like AIDS and cancer, with the public health approach, mortality rates decline,” Moutier said. “We know that same approach can work with suicide.”

 

June 8, 2018 – Phone apps are helping scientists track suicidal thoughts in real time

 

June 8 , 2018 – Iowa’s suicide rate increased 36.2 percent in 17 years, CDC says

 

June 25, 2018 – Tech Stocks Crash On Fear of Further China Trade Crackdown | Fortune

Tech stocks like Netflix, Facebook, and Intel dropped on mounting fears that a trade crackdown with China will cut into …

 

June 25, 2018 – Why Tech Stocks Are Tanking

 

July 25, 2018 – Calls to suicide crisis centers have doubled since 2014 – USA Toda

 

June 27, 2018 – Twitter lost 1 million monthly users in the second quarter

 

August 2, 2018 – Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time – BBC

Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time. By Jane Wakefield Technology reporter.

 

August 24, 2018 – New Zealand suicide rate highest since records began | Stuff.co.nz

 

October 24, 2018 – Tech Firms Lead Steep Stock Drop

The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite bore the brunt of the sell-off, leaving it more than 10 … That’s the Nasdaq’s biggest drop since August 2011.

 

 

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19 thoughts on ““10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why.”

  1. Carlos Silva

    I’m intending this commentary as encouraging greater accuracy and clarity. Thank you.

    Jeff, I’ve been observing your reports on smartphone usage and deaths for some time now and have yet to see a demonstration of causation.
    You also state people are disconnecting from smartphones but at the same time deaths are increasing? Wouldn’t that be a contradiction?

    May 24, 2018 – Study links phones to increase in teen suicides
    May 25, 2018 – Are smartphones causing more teen suicides?

    Those articles are about the US and UK, though it’s not stated. Worldwide, there’s a slight decrease in suicides from 2000-2016 and a slight decrease in suicides for teens aged 15-19 between 1990-2015 for OECD countries, which I’m presenting here as a counterpoint.
    Interesting to find Israel and the United Arab Emirates, two of the countries with the highest smartphone ownership, having very low suicide numbers.
    https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SH.STA.SUIC.P5
    http://www.oecd.org/els/family/CO_4_4_Teenage-Suicide.pdf
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_smartphone_penetration

    At least for the US, there’s evidence of a connection between teen suicide and psychotropic drugs. As I see it, adictive smartphone usage is not the cause but a symptom of personal imbalance, in a teenager or adult for that matter. If access to such technology can make it worse, I’m arguing psychotropic drugs are a much, much bigger problem.

    It’s good to remember how many kids accused or convicted of mass shootings in the US were on prescribed psychiatric drugs.
    https://www.cchrflorida.org/the-link-between-teen-suicide-and-psychiatric-drugs/

    June 1, 2018 – Teens are abandoning Facebook in dramatic numbers, study finds
    That same article states right at the top “…with YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat more popular”
    As some of us in the West might get fatigued from it, Facebook is becoming huge in less industrialized countries as more of the population gets online.
    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jun/01/facebook-teens-leaving-instagram-snapchat-study-user-numbers
    https://www.fudzilla.com/news/36984-developing-countries-think-facebook-is-the-internet
    https://business.inquirer.net/246015/ph-world-leader-social-media-usage

    June 8, 2018 – Phone apps are helping scientists track suicidal thoughts in real time
    There are apps for everything. Ironically, there are even apps to quit smartphone addiction and they reportedly work, for some.

    July 25, 2018 – Calls to suicide crisis centers have doubled since 2014
    June 8 , 2018 – Iowa’s suicide rate increased 36.2 percent in 17 years, CDC says
    June 7, 2018 – Suicide rates rise sharply across the United States, new report shows
    Suicide rates rose in all but one state between 1999 and 2016, with increases seen across age, gender, race and ethnicity, according to a report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In more than half of all deaths in 27 states, the people had no known mental health condition when they ended their lives.
    In North Dakota, the rate jumped more than 57 percent. In the most recent period studied (2014 to 2016), the rate was highest in Montana, at 29.2 per 100,000 residents, compared with the national average of 13.4 per 100,000.
    [Suicide rates are on the rise across the nation but nowhere more so than in rural counties]
    Only Nevada recorded a decline — of 1 percent — for the overall period, although its rate remained higher than the national average.
    Increasingly, suicide is being viewed not only as a mental health problem but a public health one. Nearly 45,000 suicides occurred in the United States in 2016 — more than twice the number of homicides — making it the 10th-leading cause of death. Among people ages 15 to 34, suicide is the second-leading cause of death.
    The most common method used across all groups was firearms.
    “The data are disturbing,” said Anne Schuchat, the CDC’s principal deputy director. “The widespread nature of the increase, in every state but one, really suggests that this is a national problem hitting most communities.”
    It is hitting many places especially hard. In half of the states, suicide among people age 10 and older increased more than 30 percent.
    “At what point is it a crisis?” asked Nadine Kaslow, a past president of the American Psychological Association. “Suicide is a public health crisis when you look at the numbers, and they keep going up. It’s up everywhere. And we know that the rates are actually higher than what’s reported. But homicides still get more attention.”
    One factor in the rising rate, say mental health professionals as well as economists, sociologists and epidemiologists, is the Great Recession that hit 10 years ago. A 2017 study in the journal Social Science and Medicine showed evidence that a rise in the foreclosure rate during that concussive downturn was associated with an overall, though marginal, increase in suicide rates. The increase was higher for white males than any other race or gender group, however
    “Research for many years and across social and health science fields has demonstrated a strong relationship between economic downturns and an increase in deaths due to suicide,” Sarah Burgard an associate professor of sociology at the University of Michigan, explained in an email on Thursday.
    The dramatic rise in opioid addiction also can’t be overlooked, experts say, though untangling accidental from intentional deaths by overdose can be difficult. The CDC has calculated that suicides from opioid overdoses nearly doubled between 1999 and 2014, and data from a 2014 national survey showed that individuals addicted to prescription opioids had a 40 percent to 60 percent higher risk of suicidal ideation. Habitual users of opioids were twice as likely to attempt suicide as people who did not use them.
    High suicide numbers in the United States are not a new phenomenon. In 1999, then-Surgeon General David Satcher issued a report on the state of mental health in the country and called suicide “a significant public health problem.” The latest data at that time showed about 30,000 suicides a year.
    Kaslow is particularly concerned about what has emerged with suicide among women. The report’s findings came just two days after 55-year-old fashion designer Kate Spade took her own life in New York — action her husband attributed to the severe depression she had been battling.
    “Historically, men had higher death rates than women,” Kaslow noted. “That’s equalizing not because men are [committing suicide] less but women are doing it more. That is very, very troublesome.”
    Among the stark numbers in the CDC report was the one signaling a high number of suicides among people with no diagnosed mental health condition. In the 27 states that use the National Violent Death Reporting System, 54 percent of suicides fell into this category.
    But Joshua Gordon, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, said that statistic must be viewed in context.
    “When you do a psychological autopsy and go and look carefully at medical records and talk to family members of the victims,” he said, “90 percent will have evidence of a mental health condition.” That indicates a large portion weren’t diagnosed, “which suggests to me that they’re not getting the help they need,” he said.
    Cultural attitudes may play a part. Those without a known mental health condition, according to the report, were more likely to be male and belong to a racial or ethnic minority.
    “The data supports what we know about that notion,” Gordon said. “Men and Hispanics especially are less likely to seek help.”
    The problems most frequently associated with suicide, according to the study, are strained relationships; life stressors, often involving work or finances; substance use problems; physical health conditions; and recent or impending crises. The most important takeaway, mental health professionals say, is that suicide is an issue not only for the mentally ill but for anyone struggling with serious lifestyle problems.
    “I think this gets back to what do we need to be teaching people — how to manage breakups, job stresses,” said Christine Moutier, medical director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “What are we doing as a nation to help people to manage these things? Because anybody can experience those stresses. Anybody.”
    People without known mental health conditions were more likely to be male and to die by firearm. (CDC)
    The rates of suicide for all states and the District of Columbia were calculated using data from the National Vital Statistics System. Information about contributing circumstances for those who died by suicide was obtained via the National Violent Death Reporting System, which is relatively new and in place in only 27 states.
    “If you think of [suicide] as other leading causes of death, like AIDS and cancer, with the public health approach, mortality rates decline,” Moutier said. “We know that same approach can work with suicide.”

    Suicides have increased notably since the late 90s in the US and that was around the time death towers started to get erected by the millions – I wager things would be a lot worse without orgonite.
    Historically, there’s a connection between higher suicide rates and economic depression – the graph on the wikipedia page shows a bigger increase from around 2006.
    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/07/18/suicide-hotlines-uptick-calls-suicide-rates-rise/698556002/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_in_the_United_States
    https://thesocietypages.org/specials/social-fact-suicide/
    https://datamarket.com/data/set/22vv/annual-us-suicide-rate-per-1001000-1920-1969#!ds=22vv&display=line

    August 24, 2018 – New Zealand suicide rate highest since records began | Stuff.co.nz
    The overall world average saw a slight improvement between 2000 and 2016. Some countries improved by a lot, some got worse by a lot.
    https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SH.STA.SUIC.P5

    June 27, 2018 – Twitter lost 1 million monthly users in the second quarter
    Businesses thrive and fall and online companies are no different. Fortnite, an online game that came out last year has 125 million users. Sears, once a giant, has filed for bankruptcy this October. Myspace, arguably the first “social media” has all but disappeared.
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/746230/fortnite-players/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sears
    https://mashable.com/2006/07/11/myspace-americas-number-one/

    August 2, 2018 – Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time
    The very same article gives as a reason people using more apps on their smartphone.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-45033302

    The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything.
    That’s why one of the recent news stories I’ve appended below is headlined “10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why.”
    They’re pretending to be impactful by using “10,000 more”, but it is, rather a lurid deception, a hedge against the stronger percentage, which they’ve “buried” in the copy below. It’s 12.4%.
    They know precisely why – because they’re the people who deliberately engineered the sea of WiFi that we are bathed in, generally, and our so-called “Smart” phones, specifically, to be a malefic plague upon humanity.
    But now all their evil and negativity is fading away.
    March 15, 2018 – 10,000 more people than expected died at the beginning of the year in the UK – and no one really knows why
    The slowdown in life expectancy for the average person in Britain is worse than anything seen since the early 1890s, and no other country in Europe has experienced as rapid a slowdown as the UK
    In the first seven weeks of 2018, over 10,000 (12.4 per cent) more people died in England and Wales than was usual for the time of year. No official explanation from government health officials for this sharp rise in mortality has been forthcoming.

    I bet most of those deaths were due to an extremely cold winter and at least for some, also the inability to pay for heating. It’s “baffling” why the simpler explanation gets ignored but I guess it doesn’t sit well for some drawing attention to cold weather – might ruin what little credibility the global warming scam still has with the general population.
    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/694368/flu-winter-death-cold-fatalities
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/cold-weather-uk-winter-deaths-europe-polar-vortex-a8224276.html

    Jeff, maybe you can explain in which way you find WIFI to be harmful. I’m under the impression it’s deadly orgone that is harmful and that gifting a death tower or internet router doesn’t affect the communication capabilities but you seem to be promoting a different theory. I’d love some clarification, thanks.

    I’d also like to bring to attention the fact that technology, like magic, is neutral. Neither good nor bad by itself as you also stated so many times. We know smartphones have been weaponized but they still remain useful. The same can be applied to food or water which in many cases have also been weaponized.
    Not everyone can afford organic, even if they are well informed and where I live you cannot easily find clean spring water as it’s been chlorinated. The “solution” for many is to get bottled water from the supermarket. It’s not great but it’s the least bad choice.
    In the same vein I make the choice to use a smartphone because I find the good outweighs the bad. I use it for my business, to stay in touch with friends, take photos anywhere and try to only speak with the loudspeaker on so I don’t get it next to the head.
    I find addictions are not borne of the material itself (drugs, alcohol, social media) but are merely reflecting the imbalance within the person – if there were no smartphones there would be something else. It’s something that orgonite can help a lot with but a certain “stubbornness” to get well is also necessary.

    May 23, 2018 – With Death Rate Up, US Life Expectancy Is Likely Down Again
    Preliminary data shows U.S. death rates rose again last year, indicating that 2017 likely will mark the third straight decline in American life expectancy.
    NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. death rate rose last year, and 2017 likely will mark the third straight year of decline in American life expectancy, according to preliminary data.
    Death rates rose for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, flu and pneumonia, and three other leading causes of death, according to numbers posted online Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    Full-year data is not yet available for drug overdoses, suicides or firearm deaths. But partial-year statistics in those categories showed continuing increases.
    Just as important, there was little change in the death rate from the nation’s No. 1 killer: heart disease. In the past, steady annual drops in heart disease death rates offset increases in other causes. But that offset is no longer happening, experts say.
    The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics calculated the preliminary rates based on a first-pass review of death certificates filed last year. There typically are delays in the filing of paperwork for causes of death that involve police investigations.
    A more complete report is expected around the end of the year, including the number of deaths and a calculation of life expectancy — the average lifespan based on year of birth, current death trends and other factors.
    For decades, life expectancy increased, rising a few months nearly every year. But 2016 was the second year in a row in U.S. life expectancy fell, a rare event that had occurred only twice before in the last century.
    Health officials say there was one three-year decline. That occurred in 1916, 1917 and 1918, a period that included the worst flu pandemic in modern history.
    “Looking at these numbers, it seems likely” the nation has just tied that record, said Anne Case, a Princeton University researcher who’s done influential work on deaths in middle-aged white Americans from suicides, drug overdose and alcohol abuse.
    The overall death rate rose a little less than 1 percent, to about 734 deaths per 100,000 people. The rate dipped slightly in 2016 despite a record number of deaths that year, so its rise in 2017 is more reason to expect life expectancy will worsen, Case said.

    If you look at so called “developed countries” data, there are few improving their life expectancy above a very small amount. The biggest difference with the US is that it started getting worse before it reached 80 years of life expectancy.
    It’s actually encouraging to witness that with all the things going against human health we are showing such resilence.

    June 25, 2018 – Tech Stocks Crash On Fear of Further China Trade Crackdown | Fortune
    Tech stocks like Netflix, Facebook, and Intel dropped on mounting fears that a trade crackdown with China will cut into …
    June 25, 2018 – Why Tech Stocks Are Tanking
    October 24, 2018 – Tech Firms Lead Steep Stock Drop
    The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite bore the brunt of the sell-off, leaving it more than 10 … That’s the Nasdaq’s biggest drop since August 2011.

    Historically the Nasdaq is more valuable than it ever was, this year. It did lose a bit but if you look at the chart, it’s a blip. Will it lose more? I’m a psychic, not an analyst 😉
    https://www.macrotrends.net/1320/nasdaq-historical-chart

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  2. Jeff Miller

    All very, well, plausible, thanks, Carlos.

    Psychotropic drugs are a layer, re: crimes, especially the most extreme crimes. Yet crime is as low as its been in history. Psychotropic drugs must play a role in some subset of suicides, yet suicides are up drastically, especially among women, and the consumption of psychotropic drugs has not increased dramatically, especially among women. And so on.

    I laboriously matched phone penetration by nation with suicide in a post from the old forum, which I’m going to leave it to someone else to exhume, as I’m needed at point. Truth will out over time, they say.

    Re: why is WiFi harmful, I’m taking it for granted that Death energy is concentrated and distributed by the machineries by which we deliver and consume our technology. I guess that Orgonite mitigates the situation, directly, in local effect, and cumulatively, via the growing, metaphorical “slick” of Positive Orgone Radiation within the “water” that is the Ether.

    So we want as much Orgonite as possible, and as little Death-energy-carrying WiFi as possible.

    From my perspective, a layered etheric assault that began with Ba’al pillars and laboriously-dug canals and waterways, later expanded to copper wires hanging from wood poles, up to the WiFi we’re discussing.

    Is it possible to have healthful WiFi without the surreptitious delivery of smell-less, taste-less, invisible Death energy? Probably. But we’re not in that situation, given the nature, agenda and methods of the people who built and are running the WiFi.

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    1. Carlos Silva

      All very, well, plausible, thanks, Carlos.
      I’ll take that as a compliment.

      Psychotropic drugs are a layer, re: crimes, especially the most extreme crimes. Yet crime is as low as its been in history. Psychotropic drugs must play a role in some subset of suicides, yet suicides are up drastically, especially among women, and the consumption of psychotropic drugs has not increased dramatically, especially among women. And so on.
      Since when are suicides up dramatically? I’m not disputing it but I’d like a date to look at, thanks.
      I notice you didn’t address economical factors so I take it you are in agreement it plays a role.
      Actually, psychotropic drug use has increased among teenagers in the US.
      https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/images/databriefs/251-300/db283_fig4.png

      I laboriously matched phone penetration by nation with suicide in a post from the old forum, which I’m going to leave it to someone else to exhume, as I’m needed at point. Truth will out over time, they say.
      Well I did too, though it wasn’t very laborious. Anyone can easily verify how Israel and the United Arab Emirates are some of the countries with more smartphones and yet their suicide rates are some of the lowest, worldwide. If we’re trying to learn the truth here we have to consider all data, not only the data that confirms our view.

      Re: why is WiFi harmful, I’m taking it for granted that Death energy is concentrated and distributed by the machineries by which we deliver and consume our technology. I guess that Orgonite mitigates the situation, directly, in local effect, and cumulatively, via the growing, metaphorical “slick” of Positive Orgone Radiation within the “water” that is the Ether.
      So we want as much Orgonite as possible, and as little Death-energy-carrying WiFi as possible.
      From my perspective, a layered etheric assault that began with Ba’al pillars and laboriously-dug canals and waterways, later expanded to copper wires hanging from wood poles, up to the WiFi we’re discussing.
      Is it possible to have healthful WiFi without the surreptitious delivery of smell-less, taste-less, invisible Death energy? Probably. But we’re not in that situation, given the nature, agenda and methods of the people who built and are running the WiFi.

      TV, radio, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, wifi. They purposefuly use frequencies which by their very nature are harmful, sure. For all of that technology, not just wifi. They use harmful frequencies for even the electrical systems.
      Before antennas they used temples. As you mentioned very well, old religious buildings have similar caracteristics to antennas. The real kicker though is deathly orgone (death energy) piggybacking on this system to put its cancerous influence on the world, unhindered – or it was doing that until orgonite arrived. Still, when you place orgonite near a wifi router it doesn’t stop giving you internet access, does it? The wifi itself doesn’t go anywhere.
      To my knowledge no amount of orgonite (or anything) will completely protect from the negative consequences of talking on a feature phone or a smartphone, if you keep it next to your head.

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  3. Edward

    My wifi is 5g, i noticed it the other day, our router broadcasts in the other band its normally in, and also broadcasts in 5g simultaneously. Since the moment it was installed my personal HHG sits on the dresser in front of it. Recently i was reading a study proving that when a woman is pregnant with a girl baby and exposed to wifi within something like the 1st 100 days of pregnancy it will completely sterilize the eggs of the developing baby. Now that is pretty bad id say. we must gift our routers and every bit of 5G tech out there. They are no longer building tons of towers, they are putting up smaller relays in networks all over the citys. I can’t remember the duration of the exposure that caused sterility, but i do remember that i was shocked at how short the time was. And if i remember right it could happen in 1 exposure if exposed to it long enough. this study was done on the old type of wifi NOT 5G. 5G is much, much worse. It’s really nasty stuff, and the older tech was really bad!

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    1. Carlos Silva

      Are people not having children where you live? It’s a city, right? It follows there’s wifi everywhere and it’s impossible to not be exposed to it. I’m not saying wifi is harmless but what you’re saying doesn’t fit with what I see over here and we have wifi everywhere too.

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  4. Edward

    And let’s not forget, the whole opioid chrisis is mostly hype. We see waaaay more meth addicts than opiate addicts, like around 30-1 There will always be a subset of the population in any given time period that are addicts. especially in hard times, and unfortunately, the majority of americans are NOT living the high life like many people think. Most are struggling just to eat if they are health conscience at all. The notion that a cop, someone who has no medical training whatsoever, can come between a doctor and a patient, is absolutely INSANE and needs to be stopped. That’s a relationship that should be kind of sacred and private. i am not for opiates in any way, i don’t even like alliopathic medicine whatsoever (i actually hate it), unless i need trauma care or have a broken bone etc. I hate pharmaceuticals and wont put them in my body. I just think its absurd that a cop is deciding who is in pain and who is an addict. This is a very slippery slope towards a police state. But i digress, many things seems to be sliding us in that direction. This is the new boogey man, God forbid we let some people in pain have some pain killers! How dare they!

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  5. Frode

    I believe the original purpose of Etheric warriors was for people to post gifting reports. I’m kind of sorry to see this kind of documentation has ground almost to a halt now. With so much front page space beings spent on these news reports, the rest kind of drowns out, in my opinion.

    I know with the shift over to the blog format, the idea was that people can start their own blogs and perhaps network with each other. Not sure how many are doing that? Etheric warriors is still the center hub, I believe, but now it has become more like a newsreel. I hate to say it, because it obviously takes work to do all the research. But if it isn’t about good news any more, then what is it about? Anyone who has come to this forum is already to a large degree aware of what is going on.

    At least the gifting continues, even if it isn’t documented as diligently as it used to be. Just had to speak my mind on that.

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    1. Carlos Silva

      I really apreciate you making us more accountable for our contributions here, Frode. The focus should be more on gifting reports, you’re absolutely right. That’s also the impression I got from Dooney and Carol some time ago, so maybe we can tone down the non-gifting posts and do our best to write more reports about actual ground work.

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  6. Edward

    Here’s a link to an article i read this morning. I’m sure there is a link to the study if you look for it. The article says teens that spend 7 hours a day on devices with screens are having much higher rates of depression. It further states that just 4 hours a day negatively impacted teens also but not as bad as 7 hours. Im actually working while reading news, or i would have found a direct link to the study rather than linking the article. http://time.com/5437607/smartphones-teens-mental-health/

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  7. Edward

    Here’s links to several articles and studies demonstrating that wifi is sterilizing us.
    I couldn’t find the exact one i referenced in an above post, but it’ too soon to tell by just looking at the people around us as wifi hasn’t been around long enough nor prolific enough since its been around to see it obviously in people. The people that would be sterile from it are just starting to reach child bearing years. So time will tell.

    This study was done on male rats. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4503846/

    This one on people sperm. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/8924820/Using-wi-fi-on-a-laptop-damages-sperm-study-suggests.html

    This article is great because it plainly lists the links to the studies used to write the article right below it. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0013935118300355

    This article, even though written to sell a product protecting against emf exposure, is a good one because it has direct links to the studies proving it’s point within the article.
    https://www.defendershield.com/10-facts-health-dangers-wifi/

    I spent over an hour looking for the study i mentioned in an above post, but to no avail. At 1st i was upset when Carlos called out Jeff for not backing up claims, but then i realized in the long run it is better to point it out. People who are already skeptical when they come here wont take Jeff”s research for proof of anything, they want a copy of a peer reviewed study. I have a brother like that. They will deny proof until a group they respect proves otherwise. But i still think it provokes in any truly intelligent and accountable person the desire to go research it for themselves, even when no proof is provided here. It takes a lot of time to reference all the news articles Jeff is referencing. And the whole point is to show us contradictions in the news so we know we are being lied to. I can research on my own to verify what he is saying, and frankly i should. No one should take any headline at face value anyway, and i believe that is part of the point of Jeff’s blogs. Eventually i will find that news article i read about how dangerous wifi is to a developing fetus within a hundred days of conception, and i will post it once i do. It really shocked me and i already knew emf were bad. As do most of us.

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  8. Carlos Silva

    Thank you, Edward. I apreciate you taking the interest and researching all that but I’m no longer motivated to engage further in this kind of argument. I’m not saying there’s no value to it, just that maybe this isn’t the best place.
    I believe we should be focusing more on orgonite gifting reports, the empowering personal accounts that motivate people and have helped grow the gifting movement to what it is today.

    I’m very thankful to everyone who’s been contributing those and hope to add some as well, soon.

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  9. Edward

    I understand what you are saying Carlos and I totally get it. But i have 1 question that is kind of rhetorical, but kind of not. Here goes. Doesn’t reporting on the dangers of the new technology help the uninformed reader understand why we make orgonite and gift all the towers and death tech out there?
    I do get it about the reports and all, so i will focus on that from now on.

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    1. Carlos Silva

      People can get informed about harmful materials in many other websites – with the caveat they should use their discerment, of course. There’s always the possibility they’ll be misinformed but that counts for EW, too. We’re not infallible and I’m glad nobody here pretends that we are.
      The only things consistently observed and reported on ethericwarriors.com are the transformative experiences of applying orgonite on sources of deadly orgone and the benefits caused by those personal actions.

      We gift orgonite because of the bad energy (harmful, stagnant orgone) – it could be coming from a mobile network antenna, commonly known as death tower, or it could be a church, town square, murder site, public art, home, workplace. Death towers and associated weaponry just happen to be the biggest, juiciest targets.
      We don’t need to go into the depths of how harmful technology works in order to gift it with orgonite and in the same way we don’t need to study black magic to be able to send heart energy to counter it, or take a course in electricity before flipping a light switch. Observing the effects of our work is the feedback which helps establish continuity. Sharing each other’s experiences via gifting reports and other communications multiplies whatever teachings we can get from the field.

      That won’t stop people from researching and studying and that’s all fine. But the reality of orgonite gifting is very simple and not dependent at all on the details of how wifi, 5G or black magic works. There’s a wide list of targets to be gleaned from all the gifting reports collected over time and on top of that it’s adviseable to gift whatever feels bad for you. Whenever the energy is heavy – that’s a place that needs orgonite.
      This page https://ethericwarriors.com/what-is-orgonite/how-to-use-orgonite/ is linked in the top menu. It lists many good targets and has other great tips for beginners.

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  10. Edward

    I finally do get it. After i posted that post last night, i realized exactly what you just said in your last post, and also if we focus too much on the death tech, then EW becomes just another fear porn site and it defeats the purpose of trying to uplift and heal the planet, break free from our oppressors, and how we use orgonite for those purposes; which im sure is the intent of this website; rather than being drug down by all the negativity like many other sights. I tend to get stuck on one thing sometimes, thanks for narrowing my focus.

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    1. Carlos Silva

      You’re welcome, Edward. I’m thankful to Frode for kickstarting this as he was the first to mention it, publicly.
      It’s important to keep each other and this website from becoming too distracted, so this kind of frank discussion becomes sometimes necessary. I know it’s not easy what with all the propaganda out there designed to rile us up. I think we do ok 🙂

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  11. Frode

    Good discussion. On this website we have a term called ‘battle intel’. Always good to frame info in a way that we can use productively.

    For instance in this case with the 5G plans they have, I decided to use the powerwand to boost the agreement between China and EU. As well as the agreement between Scandinavian prime ministers.

    http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-5715_en.htm

    From what I could tell there was a lot of tech and intense energy backing these plans. So they got zinged pretty badly when boosting them (which is their own fault). A search on the internet will reveal more agreements on national and local level, as well as between tele companies. They call it the “global race to develop 5G networks” so obviously they are in a hurry. That’s just too bad if some peaceful warriors decide to knock a few of the perpetrators out of the loop. 😉

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