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EHS Refuge Zone in France : new discharge unit (SPA 2.8 tonnes when empty)
Engineering, conception, construction in stainless steel [1-2-3] Next-up organisation
A Gesture for Health, a Discharge Routine
Carrying out this discharge routine is an effective way to get rid of invasive and disturbing electrical
currents by means of a system connected to a totally independent earth conduit.
In a shared building it is very difficult, if not impossible, to have an independent earth.
An independent earth is rated according to the Ohm level. Its resistance is indicated in Ohms/metre (Ωm),
which is a crucial parameter; the lower it is the better.
Ideally the resistance level would be nil (0 Ωm), but that is virtually impossible,
hence the aim is for it to be as low as possible.
The resistance level varies according to several factors, the main one being the resistivity of the ground
in contact with the electrode carrying the current, which is dictated by its nature, its depth,
humidity level (hygrometry) and temperature. It is measured with a meter called a tellurometer.
In fact there is a very weak VLF (Very Low Frequency) continuous electrical current carried in the natural magnetic field, called the telluric current, which runs through the upper levels of the earth’s crust.
The other fundamental criterion is the type of material used for the connections and the cabling
(16-32mm² minimum) which should have a high conductivity.
Can the existing cabling of the earth conduit or the pipework for water, gas etc, be used for a discharge earth conduit?
For safety one should NEVER make use of existing metallic pipework or other structures used for earthing electrical charges to create a discharge conduit, in order to prevent any VERY DANGEROUS surcharge.
The official standard for earth conduits is for a resistance level below 50 Ω-25 Ω,
but for the most effective result in a discharge unit this should be below 5 Ωm.
The resistivity of the human body is very weak and very much dependent on the condition of the skin
for getting rid of the invasive and disturbing electrical currents arising from
the new environmental pollution of artificial electromagnetic radiation.
Normal or dry skin has a comparatively high resistance, so that is why the discharge routine has to reduce
this as far as possible by taking account in the design of several physical, mechanical and technical parameters,
making the best use of the water for maximum beneficial contact.
Facts about the Discharge Routine:
100% of people (whether EHS or not) who carry out the most effective discharge routine*
better and most of them sleep solidly for 12 hours
from the first night at a deep level … without sleeping pills!
* with a discharge and earth at a very low Ohm level (˂ 5 Ωm)
When the EHS do the same thing about 5% of them feel a powerful shock ... of feeling better!
Some of them are almost knocked out by it, hence the need to do the routine in gradual doses.
EHS Refuge Zone France 2011: Pr Franz Adlkofer and EHS Christiane (Discharge Routine Demo)
EHS Refuge Zone France 2011: Pr Franz Adlkofer and Serge Sargentini
Discharge unit (SPA 2.8 t - stainless steel)
A gesture for Health - A Discharge Routine
"Village des Possibles" september 2011 Eurre France (Reportage)
Initiating the discharge unit
EHS Refuge Zone: earth contact
Earth with flat copper contact 4m long
5 sets of cable of 16 mm² = 80 mm²
In the face of the present unprecedented increase in artificial microwave radiation in the environment, there is a vital need to obtain up to date information as a basis for a comprehensive assessment of the impact of this radiation on people's health.
This questionnaire for the general public is easy to fill in and anonymous.
For it to be credible and representative it is essential for it to be circulated widely in Europe and worldwide so that we can amass the maximum statistical data.
Designed originally in a printed version by Dr Roger Santini, it has been updated so that people who live close to relay antennas can give the full details of their experience.
The statistics gathered from this enquiry will be sent anonymously to scientists
and health organisations for analysis and publication.
Please help circulate this questionnaire.
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EHS Refuge Zone: earth contact (D=240mm) for the Faraday cage caravan with post in stainless steel 260x50x10mm
Faraday cage chassis: detail (zoom) of the stainless steel earth, with 32mm² cables (BTR stainless steel D=12mm)