Winter Solstice Worldwide Wisdom Sounds the Alarm: “5G Has No Place on This Planet”
Lessons from Morning Musical Beds
When my youngest son was a toddler, at about 4 a.m. nearly every morning, he would stand in our bedroom doorway, crying that he was cold. Depending on the relative level of exhaustion of each of his parents, one of three things would happen: he would join in us bed, kicking wildly; or, one of us would migrate with him to his bed; or, one lucky parent would go sleep in his bed while the other remained with the cold kicking child. We never quite knew where we would end up come morning, but musical beds were always in play.
If I had lived during a time when nature wisdom was part of my culture, I might have recognized that the 4 a.m. awakening was providing crucial input about my child’s constitutional health. For example, from Chinese medicine, I might have recognized that he was experiencing a vulnerability in his Lung Meridian high tide energy at 4 am, or a health challenge with his opposing 4 p.m. Bladder-Kidney rhythm. I might have also been on guard for a dip in his energy 12 hours later, at 4 p.m., during Kidney time, due to the Law of Midday/Midnight in TCM (traditional Chinese Medicine).
And, I might have also recognized that both of his parents also “hit the wall” at 4 p.m., due to the interruption of their own sleep at 4 a.m. Or, from Ayurveda, I might have realized that his Vata constitution, as well as his father’s, could be calmed and balanced by certain herbs, diet choices, massage, and healing touch, unlike his Pitta brother and mother.
The way that wisdom traditions gained valuable insights into the patterns that underlie balance and health, for centuries, was to look to the earth and sky. Women marking their menstrual cycles on broken tree branches saw the correlations between the ocean tides, the plants, and their bodies.
If I had access to wisdom culture knowledge earlier in my life, I would have been a better parent, spouse, and global citizen. I would have been a healthier individual, with self-knowledge and balancing tools for my own constitutional vulnerabilities, and those of my loved ones. Instead of blindly stumbling through the messages from the mass media consumer culture, I could have been a much wiser, conscious, and conscientious person, with a deeper practice of ecological stewardship.
I am fortunate that I live during a time when mind-body teachers and healers from the East brought wisdom across the oceans to the West, including yoga and Chinese medicine healers and teachers. But I also live in a time where society is drifting even further away from a skillful informed relationship with the nature environment.
Our ancestors could tell time by looking at the sky. The very practice of looking towards the sun reinforces human health as the retina of the eye registers frequency.
Society now looks to artificial illumination and the energy and resource-consumption of a smart watch or cellphone, drifting further and further into a synthetic reality with very real adverse consequences for the health of the planet itself.
Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?
In 1883, mass transportation altered the relationship of each local community to the angle of the sun. The need for a unified system of schedules was caused by the invention of the railroad. Whereas village farming rhythms were universally based on the sun rising, it was not possible for a train to arrive in each community at “sunrise.”
And so, a centralized system of time was developed so that the train schedule of 6:15, 6:15, and 6:30 stops could cover a vast geographic distance.  The focus shifted from the sky to the church clock towers in the center of each village. Time zones were established in 1918, followed by daylight savings time, which further distorts the relationship between biology and the frequencies inherent in what we refer to as “time.”
Three dramatic, as well as dangerous, changes have occurred in society since my child was crying at the bedroom door at 4 a.m.
Proliferation of Frivolous Use Devices
First, the global society as a whole has tipped even further in favor of consumer products that are not harmonious with the frequencies of biology. Whereas new chemical products were invented in the 1960s that caused massive disruption to the ecosystem, the next tsunami of damage is being unleashed in the frequency spectrum. Society is again ignoring early warnings, long-term impacts, juxtapositions of exposures, addiction, adverse side effects, and vulnerable populations.
Second, exposures are now involuntary, ubiquitous, and inescapable. Wireless frequencies are blanketing communities, and altering sleep patterns, blood sugar levels, fertility, cellular metabolism, and other biophysical markers, without the awareness of citizens and their health care providers, while fueling the pharmaceutical industry’s growth. 
In the late 1980s when my son was awakened at 4 am, it was most likely caused by his own biology. In 2019, entire communities are being artificially electrically stimulated by transmissions on the electrical grid, water and gas meter transmission, satellites, weather radar, cellphones, and additional layers upon layers of electrical pollution.
Military-Industrial-Pharmaceutical-Collegiate-Utility-Media-Political-Banking-Internet-Engineering-Environmental- Surveillance Complex Dominates
The third change is that industries beyond the military-industrial complex (that Eisenhower warned us about) are promoting the explosion of wireless devices, infrastructure.
In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military–industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.”
The separation between the military-industrial complex and the civilian society has deteriorated to the point where colleges, media outlets, churches hosting cellphone antennas, health care providers, automobile manufacturers, and environmental groups touting sustainability are blindly promoting wireless products and infrastructure.
At the Winter Solstice, We Are At Another Choice Point: Darkness or Light?
Reverence is central to accumulated wisdom.
Reverence is the quality that rejects the concept that Yellowstone National Park requires five microwave antenna locations, twelve wireless backhaul antennas ranging between three and six feet in diameter, and up to four hundred and eighty (480) transceivers, so that visitors can place food delivery orders and send videos faster. 
In the end, it is about love.
Love and reverence has gathered activists around the world to oppose the rollout of 5G infrastructure, starting again in January of 2020.
Pay Attention. This is a Dark Technological Age. Be A Light to the World.
It’s coming soon:
“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” — J. Krishnamurti
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