The Impact of the Wireless World on Our Health
Beverly Rubik, PhD and Henry Jabs, MS
Friday, September 18 7pm RSVP
Fee: $20 cash at door
What do cell phones, wireless internet, cordless phones, cell phone towers, “smart” meters, “smart” home appliances, and compact fluorescent lights have in common? They all emit radiofrequencies (RF) or create “dirty electricity.” Moreover, these devices are all around us, and they may be affecting our health in profound ways. With the proliferation of wireless technology and our increasing exposure to RF, people are experiencing greater stress and have headaches, fatigue, and low energy, symptoms often associated with chronic radiation sickness. A new syndrome--Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome--affects an estimated 25% of the population, with 3% severely affected. We will demonstrate our exposure to these fields with meters that we will bring and explain the health consequences as documented in scientific and medical studies. We will show photographs of the changes in blood cells that we observed in a study in 9 out of 10 persons after short-term cell phone radiation exposure. Although there is no practical way to eliminate these fields from our lives, we will discuss ways in which we can significantly reduce our exposure and protect ourselves.
Harry Jabs was educated as an experimental physicist and holds 2 Masters degrees, one from DESY in Germany (German Electron Synchrotron) and the other from Texas A&M University, where he conducted research on cold fusion and nuclear physics. Presently he is a senior scientist at Institute for Frontier Science in Emeryville, CA, a nonprofit laboratory for pioneering research on health, energy, and water. Harry is a multidisciplinary scientist and engineer with expertise in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, electronics, mechanics, material science, and software engineering, and is passionate about developing new technologies that some might consider impossible.
Beverly Rubik earned her Ph.D. in biophysics at the University of California at Berkeley. She is renowned for her research at the cutting edge of science and medicine and has received several awards for her research. Since 1996, she is president/founder of Institute for Frontier Science in Emeryville, a nonprofit laboratory. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine; Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine; and The Journal of Vortex Science and Technology. She is a professor at Energy Medicine University; a consultant to industry on maverick wellness products; and a holistic health practitioner advising clients on enhanced self-care.
Death & Dying as a Spiritual Passage
Holly Strother, RN, Hospice worker
Jennifer Wilson MFT, Hospice worker
Lisa Geren, MSW - Death, Dying & Aging
Tamara Shearer, RN, Hospice worker
Friday, October 30 7pm RSVP
Join us for a showing of the movie "Death Makes Life Possible," followed by a panel of professionals who are privileged to practice Spiritual Healing in the death passage as Hospice workers, death doulas, death midwifes, and Health Advocates. All practitioners are alumni of the Academy of Intuition Medicine® Master certification in Intuition Medicine® (MIM) program and trained in the art and science of spiritual healing. Honoring the death passage connects the cycle of birth and life.
• Glen Moriyama, MIM, Elder CareGiver www.glenmoriyama.com