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December 22, 2013
11:53 am
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Cool Just here to say hi. Since I have posted a thesis under a couple topics, it’s time to introduce myself.

I have sensitivities to wireless devices and would call myself moderately electrosensitive. The reactions my body has to wifi are extreme and about deadly. This is wireless electric meters, phones, cordless, wifi and all RF devices. Not so much laptop and lg TV. Though they are hard on my eyes or anyone’s eyes.

I am working to move out of my apt that is a detached unit. Neighbors a few feet on one side and at least 30 ft away on the other and the rest are over 50 ft. away.

I am the only person in this town that has analog electric meter as I fought to have the digital removed w/ puc behind me. The city does gas and water and the puc has no authority over them and they want to install wireless meters for those.

I suffer much due to neighbors smart meters and wifi. The symptom list is long and so is the tia headaches, brain fog, pain, and jumbled speech. Sometimes even the characters on TV are speaking all mixed up till I play it back at a different time. I was going to move by middle of fall but was injured end of may and can’t even drive now and can barely hobbile and w/ fibromyalgia made worse by RF’s slow to heal. I want to move to a place where I have lots of what I call “dead cow” land around me. I call it that because it’s bare desert that does not require upkeep as I can not do that. I figure I need at least to be on 2 acres, but probably more to be safe from neighbors pollution and away from population, industry, cell transmission antennas and churches. Churches are the worst as the install antenna for cell and will almost always do that if they do not have one currently. Also be away from any RV parks or campground or hotel as they blast wifi. I do need to be close enough to shop for food=clean organic food.

I am on section 8, but the large land place are only for buy and you can’t make much payment on a disability check. The govt aid programs do not allow for large remote type properties. So I would be on my own there. They do not have programs or make allowance for EMS people. Section 8 has basically disbanded their homebuy program where they help make the payments except in some cases where I would have live in a more toxic situation than I have now for one year 1st and then whose to say iany proberty in that area would be there a year form now there and then I’d have to rent in another area to qualify for porpety there I could afford to have it be gone in the years time. So they really don’t have any govt options ofr a EMS person to buy.

My gig goal now is to heal enough to drive and get about to seek out new living ASAP, as I don’t think I will survive much longer like this. I am in NM and after much research want to stay in NM or AZ due to APS and PNM opt out ability and cheap land prices. I have looked into greenbank, WV but no go due to very hash living conditions and have been told that my being dibiilitated w/ fibro I do not belong there. I would not survive the winters, as I can’t do many things required tor that and no help is available there, like most places have for disabled.

I am trying to learn as much as I can about safe living areas and options as I can, so getting active here, on some off grid sites and one pg on facebook.

December 28, 2013
3:49 am
Forum Posts: 45
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Welcome NoRF.

I am in the UK and not familiar with the regions that you list.
However I too, long for and dream of places which are calm zones from EMF soup, and natural!

I do not expect that the following site will be any use to you, but just in case? The zones on this Forum will be the best help, but the Cedars site is informative .

The Ringing cedars of is a site which covers a wide range of alternative living information.
There are settlements in Canada, I think.

If nothing else, it all makes for interesting reading : )… and dreaming!

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