Treatment of Bioelectric smog – a testimonial
Ubiquitous & Skepticism
April 16, 2007
Ubiquitous and skepticism are words that meant nothing to me until late 2002. Since that time and as long as I live “ubiquitous and skepticism” will change my life. I now believe those two words could have destroyed my life without being part of my vocabulary. When the Graham-Stetzer Filters became part of my life the meanings of ubiquitous and skepticism changed forever.
The truth is I had never heard the word ubiquitous, so of course I had no idea what it meant. Although I was barely living, I wasn’t skeptical. I was willing to give up my teaching career hoping to be able to keep my home and car. I believed people cared about others and would use their knowledge and skills to ensure a safe world. Perhaps I lived a sheltered life.
Abruptly my life changed. I was lucky I worked for genuine people with caring hearts. These people were in a position to help and instead of turning their backs, they moved forward. They proved more than once that they put people first. These same people asked – What has changed in our school district and this world? The answer that made sense was the addition of technology from computers and other electronic devices. This technology overloaded our electrical system. Fortunately, in 2002 my district put skepticism aside and installed the Graham-Stetzer Filters. Dr. Martin Graham and Mr. Dave Stetzer had developed the Graham-Stetzer Filters to reduce or eliminate this “ubiquitous” pollutant that was causing the overload. The Graham-Stetzer Filters would forever change my life.
Cleaning up mold and improving air quality did nothing, but the Graham-Stetzer Filters changed everything. I still clearly remember the day Dave Stetzer came to my school. I could barely get out of bed in the morning and had no energy for anything, yet I was skeptical of his purpose. I do remember seeing the sadness in his eyes as we talked. I could tell he somehow felt my pain. I didn’t know his name, but I could tell he was genuine and had a caring heart. I could tell by the tone of his voice and the look in his eyes that he truly cared though I was a complete stranger. I was not happy he was in my school. I’m sure he could tell that from the questions I asked, but he continued to show concern. It wasn’t until the amazing changes in my health occurred, that I realized the sharing of his knowledge had changed my life. The years of health challenges improved almost immediately. Skepticism gone!
I’ve learned that ubiquitous and skepticism changes lives. I’ve also learned that these two words can destroy lives. We cannot hide from the word ubiquitous. However, we can stop being skeptical and change our environment. Skepticism with no action is a waste of time and energy. A person who is skeptical can search for the truth. I’ve read only a small portion of the endless research concerning the health effects caused by the exposure of high frequency electricity. The research dates back decades and is as current as last week from scientists and doctors around the world. They found that exposure to high frequency electricity does cause serious health problems. In my search I have yet to find even one research paper or person who can provide evidence that high frequency electricity exposure is safe or without reason for alarm.
I’ve learned that being skeptical of drug companies and the electric utilities are valid concerns. I can’t help but wonder how people who work for and promote these products can live with themselves. I question how they look at their family and friends knowing that they too are exposed to this “ubiquitous” pollutant. Watching people suffer when they could help, will always be a mystery to me.
Skepticism is valid when watching commercials advertising the “next” great drug that will help you sleep, breathe, fight allergies, or stop the pain. The bad news is that the side effects are often worse than the benefits. The side effects frequently create a whole new array of problems.
I am now in a position to give back to others who suffer like I once did. I have had the opportunity to travel to different parts of the world. I share my story of sadness, renewed health, and reason for hope. I have found that “ubiquitous” truly means “everywhere”. People may speak different languages, have different beliefs and customs, but we are all living in a world where “electrical pollution” is affecting our lives.
Though at first I was a true skeptic, I have experienced first hand the miracles of these filters. I am often asked if the Graham-Stetzer Filters changed my life. I would not hesitate to answer that not only did they change my life, they saved my life. I have not gone to a doctor for a health concern since 2002. I have protected myself by installing filters in places I spend quality time. Consequently, I continue to know what it’s like to feel, “great”.
I wonder how many more people are going to suffer as I did. I question when people, who can make a difference, will stop turning their backs on this obvious problem. I know there is still hope thanks to people like Dr. Graham and Mr. Stetzer.
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