Prophet 5G Service comes with Anti-Christ

Prophet 5G Service comes with Anti-Christ
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The US and Canada have set a “safe” limit that is “tens-of-thousands of times higher than what peer-reviewed science and medicine has indicated to be harmful to humans.”

This isn’t like most “conspiracy theories” where even if it’s true, it won’t impact you.

The cell towers that look like trees, the new smart meters on your home, and the cell phone women keep in their bras and men keep in their pockets, are all causing anxiety, depression, heart disease, cancer, and death, and this is all backed with heavy, heavy evidence from the peer-reviewed content released by the science and medical communities.

And this technology is not just in urban America. This push is specifically focused on reaching rural areas as well.

The 5G receivers and transmitters being installed all across the world, and especially in North America, will transmit harmful radiation at a level that is tens-of-thousands of times higher than that which is considered harmful to humans.

The FDA, FCC, and federal and state government entities have established these “safe limits,” and any research done on the matter is funded by the manufacturers of the technology itself, making any data coming from said research completely useless to our cause, which is, after all, humanity.

36 Comments

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 10, 2019

    Troy Day

    Link Hudson spoke to the ATT head honcho north of your area Said 5G already there coming this way. Then spoke to the guy who actually builds the 5G towers – says not by a long shot

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 10, 2019

    Troy Day

    Link Hudson I spoke to the ATT head honcho north of your area Said 5G already there coming this way. Then spoke to the guy who actually builds the 5G towers – says not by a long shot

  • Joe Absher
    Reply August 11, 2019

    Joe Absher

    Social media is rapidly becoming controlled by Artificial intelligence.
    Strongholds of idolatry, occult imagery, lust, greed and fear are being built.
    Jesus is the Prince of Peace. The balm of Gilead. He is Mighty to save. and a shelter in the storm.

  • Joe Absher
    Reply August 11, 2019

    Joe Absher

    Social media is rapidly becoming controlled by Artificial intelligence.
    Strongholds of idolatry, occult imagery, lust, greed and fear are being built.
    Jesus is the Prince of Peace. The balm of Gilead. He is Mighty to save. and a shelter in the storm.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Troy Day

    Joe Absher look on your phone if it says 5G upthere

    Charles Page does fedex use 5G technology to track pack yet? Learne AMAZON is implementing 5G drones to deliver

    Philip Williams have considered using 5G tech to uncover the ark or that project went down the drain too?

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Troy Day

    Joe Absher look on your phone if it says 5G upthere

    Charles Page does fedex use 5G technology to track pack yet? Learne AMAZON is implementing 5G drones to deliver

    Philip Williams have considered using 5G tech to uncover the ark or that project went down the drain too?

  • Joe Absher
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Joe Absher

    It says LTE

  • Joe Absher
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Joe Absher

    It says LTE

  • Philip Williams
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Philip Williams

    I just spoke about this to my nephew who has replaced me as the last-mile expert. (About 40 years ago, I led the group that introduced digital switching and fiber optics, making it possible to be doing what we are doing.

    Mark(my nephew) doesn’t understand why bringing fiber all the way to the home isn’t a far better solution than 5G. He is certain that the commercial carriers will ignore the rural areas with 5G as they have always done.

    I can see some technical problems with 5G handing off so frequently.

    I am now in archaeology as I once was in telecom. I have already mentioned no more updates here. But you will be able to follow this project from your ordinary news sources.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Troy Day

      so you worked for a com company but turned to theology at last 🙂

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day

      Well, as a young man I did go to work for the world’s first and still oldest telephone consulting engineering firm which my own company later owned and which is still headed by my brother. He has been quoted in The NY Times concerning his view of the competition between the telephone and cable companies. This is the company that engineered the world’s first buried telephone cable.

      I created the world’s first telecommunications software company, 30 years after my retirement the software that I created still running networks in America and Europe. Amazing! But they haven’t figured out how to replace it or have any good reason to do so. My company teamed with what is now Verizon to win the contract to manage the telecommunications network for the Department of Defense. I think that has become the most expensive software project ever.

      I personally engineered the first digital switch in America. I first worked in an optical electronics lab as a graduate student around 1970. Fiber optics was then only used in medical, but was in the hotel room in the Atlanta IEEE meeting when Dow Corning met with my colleagues at Superior Cable to form the team that would manufacture the first fiber-optic cable, why that industry is still centered in North Carolina. My firm engineered the first fiber to the curb.

      True, I am now a telecom dinosaur, but the principles governing fiber, wireless etc do not change. After retiring in 1990, I only assist poor countries with their infrastructure needs. There is a good chance that your friend’s company was once one of my telecom engineering clients.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams I have an uncle who is retired ATT vet He was among the first ones in the ATL area to install DSL He is not speaking of 5G too kindly either BUT I’ve seen the technology used for various discoveries and was wondering if you plan to use it in your expedition

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day If you have watched ArkInsight’s video of my climb, the first thing that you will see is my photo of the cell tower. I took that photo from the SUV that transported me to the Land Rover that took me to base camp where we mounted on horses that carried us to high camp.

      High camp is visible just above the cell tower. I doubt they have 5-G on that cell tower, but even if they do, they certainly don’t have cell towers on that mountain as would be necessary for 5G.

      I will be overseeing the technical climbers on this archaeological survey from the Research Center at the foot of the mountain via spotting scope and iPhone.

      On my first visit to the site, my brother tracked me using the Find Friends App. My brother knows the location of this famous ship, but not so the spies who were chasing us to discover the site. Moments before I took that cell phone photo, we saw the entire group beside the road taking photos of the mountain as they were giving up the chase.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 14, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams I did not watch your video cause it wasnt there remember it was a dead Link I watched the other guy but you got upset with it though it was his original photo I was just wondering if you will use the 5G penetrating technology for any new finds Straight digging is an overdig

  • Philip Williams
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Philip Williams

    I just spoke about this to my nephew who has replaced me as the last-mile expert. (About 40 years ago, I led the group that introduced digital switching and fiber optics to the local network, making it possible to be doing what we are doing here.)

    Mark(my nephew) doesn’t understand why bringing fiber all the way to the home isn’t a far better solution than 5G. He is certain that the commercial carriers will ignore the rural areas with 5G as they have always done.

    I can see some technical problems with 5G handing off so frequently.

    I am now in archaeology as I once was in telecom. I have already mentioned no more updates here. But you will be able to follow this project from your ordinary news sources.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Troy Day

      so you worked for a com company but turned to theology at last 🙂

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day

      Well, as a young man I did go to work for the world’s first and still oldest telephone consulting engineering firm which my own company later owned and which is still headed by my brother. He has been quoted in The NY Times concerning his view of the competition between the telephone and cable companies. This is the company that engineered the world’s first buried telephone cable.

      I created the world’s first telecommunications software company, 30 years after my retirement the software that I created still running networks in America and Europe. Amazing! But they haven’t figured out how to replace it or have any good reason to do so. My company teamed with what is now Verizon to win the contract to manage the telecommunications network for the Department of Defense. I think that has become the most expensive software project ever.

      I personally engineered the first digital switch in America. I first worked in an optical electronics lab as a graduate student around 1970. Fiber optics was then only used in medical, but was in the hotel room in the Atlanta IEEE meeting when Dow Corning met with my colleagues at Superior Cable to form the team that would manufacture the first fiber-optic cable, why that industry is still centered in North Carolina. My firm engineered the first fiber to the curb.

      True, I am now a telecom dinosaur, but the principles governing fiber, wireless etc do not change. After retiring in 1990, I only assist poor countries with their infrastructure needs. There is a good chance that your friend’s company was once one of my telecom engineering clients.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams I have an uncle who is retired ATT vet He was among the first ones in the ATL area to install DSL He is not speaking of 5G too kindly either BUT I’ve seen the technology used for various discoveries and was wondering if you plan to use it in your expedition

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 13, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day If you have watched ArkInsight’s video of my climb, the first thing that you will see is my photo of the cell tower. I took that photo from the SUV that transported me to the Land Rover that took me to base camp where we mounted on horses that carried us to high camp.

      High camp is visible just above the cell tower. I doubt they have 5-G on that cell tower, but even if they do, they certainly don’t have cell towers on that mountain as would be necessary for 5G.

      I will be overseeing the technical climbers on this archaeological survey from the Research Center at the foot of the mountain via spotting scope and iPhone.

      On my first visit to the site, my brother tracked me using the Find Friends App. My brother knows the location of this famous ship, but not so the spies who were chasing us to discover the site. Moments before I took that cell phone photo, we saw the entire group beside the road taking photos of the mountain as they were giving up the chase.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 14, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams I did not watch your video cause it wasnt there remember it was a dead Link I watched the other guy but you got upset with it though it was his original photo I was just wondering if you will use the 5G penetrating technology for any new finds Straight digging is an overdig https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_f9gpg4t6c

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Troy Day

    Philip Williams the G cells reset faster and are better than fiber in a storm Also MUCH MUCH cheaper to replace but this is beyond the question Are their waves really dangerous? BTW what Hz they run on? – this part of the info seems to be undisclosed yet

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day “much better than fiber in a storm.” Absurd propaganda.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams says who – certainly not the experts

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day What is your expertise in this??

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams meaning what? My expertise is in theology and ancient linguistics But the guy who owns the company that builds the towers around here said so and I have also experienced my fiberoptics flood after rain and internet down He also said they already have 5G UP Link between Atlanta and Memphis that should soon fill the whole perimeter I know the ark in KY has 5G too and 5G was used in the recent discovery of John the Baptist bones Are you using it yet?

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 12, 2019

    Troy Day

    Philip Williams the G cells reset faster and are better than fiber in a storm Also MUCH MUCH cheaper to replace but this is beyond the question Are their waves really dangerous? BTW what Hz they run on? – this part of the info seems to be undisclosed yet

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day “much better than fiber in a storm.” Absurd propaganda.

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams says who – certainly not the experts

    • Philip Williams
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day What is your expertise in this??

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 12, 2019

      Troy Day

      Philip Williams meaning what? My expertise is in theology and ancient linguistics But the guy who owns the company that builds the towers around here said so and I have also experienced my fiberoptics flood after rain and internet down He also said they already have 5G UP Link between Atlanta and Memphis that should soon fill the whole perimeter I know the ark in KY has 5G too and 5G was used in the recent discovery of John the Baptist bones Are you using it yet?

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 14, 2019

    Troy Day

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 14, 2019

    Troy Day

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