Nature responds to designer weak electromagnetic fields. That is, these fields have a physiological effect on the body and no doubt on other living organisms. The key is the frequency match. What is not commonly known is that the molecular structure of glass, aluminum, silicone rubber and plastics can be tuned to the same applied electromagnetic field. Their molecular field is enhanced (in a permanently excited state) and this enhanced field has the same physiological effect on the body as the applied field. You can learn more about the tuning process on the “Sample Frequencies” page here.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
This is contrary to how magnetization is thought to operate as the above materials are considered non magnetic, but none-the-less, it is a true statement. In fact, they can be tuned permanently using power levels of less than six watts. And just like a magnetized item, such as a credit card magnetic strip with coded information, the tuning can be corrupted when in the presence of another strong field. The item can also be re-tuned again.
This brings me to mosquito repellent and malaria. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is very interested in finding new and innovative ways to stop the spread of malaria. One of the oldest methods is a simple mosquito net treated with or without chemicals. Here is a short excerpt from their web page:
” Develop new tools to control mosquitoes
Insecticide-treated bed nets and indoor spraying of insecticides in homes has been a successful approach for controlling mosquitoes. However, mosquitoes are becoming more resistant to today’s insecticides. We’re supporting the development of new active ingredients and products that combat insecticide resistance. ”
My proposal is that we move beyond chemicals or perhaps work in synergy with them using designer electromagnetic fields that I can help put together. Once the field match is made, items such as mosquito netting, clothing and other materials can be tuned to the designer frequency. Simple electrical coil devices could also be designed that would create a mosquito repellent electromagnetic field, perhaps powered by a mp3 portable audio player. We are talking about very inexpensive research and development. I can match the weak fields of chemicals that currently repel mosquitoes, so why not start there?