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  • Why not to put your phone in your pant pockets and keep on speaker phone at all times. (3:58)
  • Not all electromagnetic fields are bad–and how to spot, reduce and eliminate the harmful ones. (12:13)
  • The only three things the universe is made of—and how they affect your health. (16:05)
  • Why blocking yourself off from all energy is NOT the answer to electromagnetic pollution. (22:27)

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Get to the bottom of what's truly healthy in this crazy complex world, so you can take back what is rightfully yours. Welcome to the Health Sovereign Podcast. This is your host, Logan Christopher.

Logan: 00:20 In this episode, we continue the discussion with Brandon Amalani to talk about electromagnetic frequency pollution, and more importantly, what can be done about it, how we can fight against this. If you missed the previous episode, be sure to go back and check it out to understand what this is doing down at a cellular level, how this is one of many things that is causing all kinds of disease and why not everyone's talking about it because of the muddying of the scientific waters, but now importantly what to do about it.

So, the positive side, what can we do, Brandon?

Brandon: 00:58 There are a lot of things to do. The most effective overall system, and why I got into importing, distributing and spreading the knowledge about this particular technology, is using a Blueshield home device and portable device, and this is a technology that's been developed over the last 30 years by a guy named Mark Langdon in New Zealand and his team, and there are a couple other engineers that he works with.

What it does is it basically sends signals into the environment that compete with the EMF, meaning it competes for your cellular attention, and to really oversimplify it, what happens is that your body stops perceiving the EMF as a threat because it's sympathetically resonating with the Blueshield signals. So, all that immune power that your body inherently sends out to attack the EMF, it reallocates that back into the body to where your body just strengthens, regulates the systems and strengthens the biofield. It just makes your body healthier, stronger and more resilient.

That’s the number one thing that I think is most important because it works on protection at the cell level when we're just bathing in stuff. You're getting Wi-Fi signals from your neighbors if you're in a really populated area. That could be several different Wi-Fi signals that are sending chaotic energy to your body and your body doesn't know what to do except for fighting it.

With transverse electromagnetic frequency wavelengths, these things lose power over distance, so distance is your friend. Like you mentioned earlier, when we were talking, keeping your cellphone off your body, this is very, very important, because that near-field plume that the cellphone emits is probably one of the more dangerous aspects of it, besides the piggyback frequencies that are chaotic that really wreak havoc at the cell level in the body. Distance is your friend. That's a huge point.

Logan: 02:37 That’s something that cellphone manufacturers will tell you if you read the disclaimers, the fine print of the information. They say, “Do not hold this next to your body.” That is there. You can look this up. Maybe I'll find a link to such information, but they tell you. They're kind of covering their own butts on this one.

Brandon: 02:54 Yeah, and actually one person that brought that piece to light for me was Dr. Devra Davis. If you look her up, she's a really good resource of information. She has some lectures online, and back in I think the ’70s or ’80s, she was on a committee and she was paramount in making awareness happen around cigarette smoke. Back when science was questioning whether secondhand smoke was bad for you or not, she was basically researching that and responsible for making it to where smoking on an airplane is illegal.

She originally thought, EMF, it's all fine and dandy like everybody thinks, but then she turned her gaze to it with a more critical eye, and then once she started looking at the research with children, in particular, she felt compelled to really go after it and really educate the public on the dangers of cellphone use. She mentioned that if you went to the legal section on your iPhone or things of this nature, and I don't know if that's changed since those lectures, but, yeah, she said in the legal section, they would tell you not to keep the phone on your body.

Logan: 03:57 Yeah, so it's basically three things I do because I use the cellphone, amazing piece of technology, has a lot of uses, and we need to be aware of these things.
One, I never put it in my pocket near the genitals because that's one of the things that's super clear as to how that affects sperm counts in men and fertility, which is a problem we're seeing grow and grow over time.

When I do have it in my pocket, I have pants that I often wear that has a lower pocket, or if I'm wearing a jacket, I'll have it in that pocket, so it's a little further away from the body and further away from more vital areas. But, even then, I tried to not have it on me that much or if I'm going to extend it and don't need to have it on, I’ll actually put it in airplane mode for that reason.
I really do try to never have the cellphone up to my head almost always, when I'm talking about it. I'll use speaker phone instead.
So, those are some of the things that I do with the cell phone.

Brandon: 04:51 Yeah, that's a solid practice, especially airplane mode. That's the next thing I was going to mention. You can actually turn off its ability to communicate. Some people have debated that, but, more or less, it's not trying to seek out a satellite or a cell tower and vice versa, so that's a really good strategy.

Another strategy I like to use and what I'm moving towards personally with my office in my home is getting wired in versus having a Wi-Fi router at all in my house, which I don't know how the family will like it because they're so used to having that instant Wi-Fi access for various things, but that's another direction I'm moving with my personal strategy.

Logan: 05:25 Yeah, I do have Wi-Fi in the house, but when we go to sleep, I always turn that off. In fact, I've just recently gone to the power breaker, and I haven't done it with the whole house just because I would have to reset clocks every day and I kind of don't want that hassle, but I shut off the power in the bedrooms. So, not only is the Wi-Fi off, but there's no electrical wires that are running there, and you have to understand that most times your house is wired. There are wires everywhere and this shouldn't be too bad, but often those wires are running right at where your head will be if your bed is aligned with that wall, so if we can minimize that down.

A lot of people go camping, right? And they feel great. Why do they feel so great? One of the reasons, there's fresh air. There’s the forest bathing effect. There’s a whole bunch of different things. It's not just a single thing, but often there is a reduction of EMFs around, which is one of the reasons for that.

Brandon: 06:18 Yeah, and one of the nice things and convenient things about Blueshield is that, just putting this in your environment, your body responds as if there's no EMF in the environment. You can see that on a pure physical level.

Also, one of the interesting things that Mark did early on, back in 2000, he did a yearlong chicken farm study where they were actually experimenting with animals, because they were getting all this great, awesome blood and urine research from people and just anecdotal stuff, how they felt, how it has helped them sleep better, and so on and so forth. But they were like, What's really going on? Is this placebo or not?

What they did was, they tested on chickens for that year and then they also did a cow study where these cows were grazing on fields where they had wind turbines, which was generating a lot of stray voltage and just EMF in general.

What they found in both of those cases was that the animals responded positively. In fact, one of the crazy statistics I found just shocking when I was first getting into this and trying to figure out if it was legit or not, was that they would lose, on average, 60 to 100 chickens per month at this factory farm setup, because they're nervous animals and they get aggressive, and kind of peck on each other, and they're in close proximity.

What they found was, in the first couple of weeks, that death toll went down to zero. They didn't have any aggression with the animals, so it kind of harmonized them in the environment. They felt better and more relaxed, and it went up because there’s always a homeostasis. Blueshield is 93 percent effective at protecting you at the cell level from EMF, because nothing in nature is a hundred percent efficient. If you're being exposed to something, there's going to be some kind of energy loss, so to speak, but what they found is that that death toll never went above 16 to 18 chickens in a particular month.

So, going from 60 to 100 down to 16 was pretty incredible, and they were measuring things like shell density and quantity of eggs. They were looking at skin conditions, like if they had rashes or this or that. They found that the chickens were overall healthier, producing more. The decibel count went down, so it's a very noisy environment and it actually became quieter when they plugged the Blueshield in. We currently have some new research in the UK being conducted at this very moment, along with some more blood research, so we're just pushing the envelope as far as testing and verifying this stuff.

But one of the things that I found was really interesting—in helping Mark spread the word in the West here in the United States because nobody really knew about these products and they were out and about in Australia, Europe and so forth—and I just thought because it's a subtle energy device and it's working with superluminal energy there, okay, just take away Blueshield, take away EMF, in general. How many people are really sensitive to their body and really feel what's going on?

The body will tell you what's happening if somebody is sensitive enough or can listen to their body. Most people have so much noise in their head that they're not really present to a lot of stuff that's going on, so they don't really feel a whole lot regardless.

I thought there was going to be some kind of percentage of people just returning them because they're just not really sensitive in their own body, even though we've shown with animal research and human research that it works regardless if you believe in it or not—it's not psychosomatic—but we found that it has less than a 1 percent return rate over the last few years and that’s a pretty crazy statistic for any business, but especially for something that's using really advanced longitudinal scalar waveforms as the carrier signal to transmit these frequencies into the environment.

Logan: 09:37 Yeah, my personal experience in that, I'm a pretty sensitive guy and I've cultivated this, but I wasn't able to detect any noticeable effect once I started using the Blueshield device. But based on the research you were talking about, I was also kind of amazed just reading the stories of people. Earlier we talked about those hypersensitive individuals and, when you hear stories like a woman that was not able to go into her house, but then she plugged in the Blueshield and she could go into her house, that's transformative. That's pretty amazing.

And, yeah, sure, it could be a placebo effect, but you see this over and over again, countless testimonials that you've gotten, sharing on the website there that begins to become a pool of evidence. My belief is, okay, let's say, worst case scenario, it's not doing anything, although I believe it is actually doing something, so it's worth doing.

And I don't put my faith in it a hundred percent, so I'm still doing all these other steps, in addition to using the Blueshield unit. That way, I feel like I'm covering more bases and, as you said, it's 93 percent effective. Let's try to get that other 7 percent with the other tactics as well.

Brandon: 10:48 Yeah, and what they found with that other percentage is that usually it's more of the localized tissue heating, so don't sleep with your cellphone on your chest or in your pocket or something like that. That's the element that you really can't protect against because it's just too close-proximity and you get that thermal effect that we were talking about from phone. If you hold your phone up to your head and you're talking for an hour, you'll feel your head becomes hot. That's what we're talking about.

As far as long-term DNA, Mark has been using this technology or some form or some incarnation of it for 30 years, so it has been pretty profound. He looks great for his age and he has high energy, and it's really amazing that something like this exists because—and this might be a little bit too technical for a lot of people—he really innovated scalar physics to a large degree. So, the way that this complex algorithm is transmitted to the body is really unique in a lot of respects.

Logan: 11:43 Yeah, I feel it's important, that principle of doing the best you can do. I like technologies like this because, one, if our technology can be aligned with nature and maybe that's something we can get into a bit more, how these frequencies work. You've discussed that a little bit, but even myself, it took me a while to begin to grasp how this is working. Now it's different.

So, you've got this device in your pocket or in your house that is producing EMFs. They're just different EMFs and that's important because EMF is not bad. Right? We discussed this. We couldn’t see. We couldn't be warm as there was no such thing as EMF. You have to understand the kind of native versus non-native, and even with non-native, if we can do it in alignment with nature under the foundational principles that it can be beneficial, rather than detract from our health.

Brandon: 12:34 Yeah, and what's interesting about the scalar energy in particular, it's not electromagnetic. It's not on the electromagnetic spectrum, so there are no radio frequencies. There are no magnetic fields coming off this thing. It's just pure informational fields, which is, I don't know if we have time in the scope of this interview, but it's very much related with quantum physics, so it's a quantum device in a sense that the information, the frequency algorithm, all the layers of code are piggybacked onto a multiple waveform that's scalar in nature.

It's subatomic and moves 1.5 times faster than the speed of light, and it's penetrating through everything. It'll go through a Faraday cage, if you're familiar with the Faraday cage, so it'll go through walls, steel, concrete. There's nothing that can really stop a longitudinal scalar wave and that's why it makes a perfect carrier signal for what we're trying to do as far as transmitting the signal throughout a house and protecting everybody who's in the house. We want the cells to hear it, so to speak.

It’s not blocking anything. That's what a lot of people might find a little bit confusing with the name Blueshield. It's not actually shielding you from anything. What it's doing is it's using a principle of sympathetic resonance, which I'm sure you're probably familiar with it. If you had two tuning forks that are tuned to each other and you hit one of them in close enough proximity to the other, the other one will start vibrating and ringing without being touched, just because it's in close enough proximity and the vibration from the original strike on the other tuning fork affects the other one. That's essentially sympathetic resonance.
So, what we're doing at the cell level, as you can imagine, like all of ourselves having little antennas or little tuning forks, and what we're doing with Blueshield is we're sending out a pulse every half-minute and that pulse will basically affect those cells in a positive way.

It's no different than dialing in a station on your radio, so you're turning a coil; you're tuning into a resonant frequency that resonates with a carrier signal. And there are plenty of radio stations out there, right? That radio station comes in clearly and you hear a coherent song. It doesn't mean all the other radio stations aren't bouncing around the airwaves. They most certainly are. But your radio is only tuned into one of those carrier waves playing a very specific song which it correlates with or it's basically like a coherent energy.

So, what we're doing with Blueshield is that you're tuning yourselves to that specific frequency range and moving it in a natural way to where your body is never stimulated with the same combination of frequencies twice, because that's a problem with a lot of EMF products, which is that they're repetitive frequencies. Even though they're in a, quote-unquote, “good range,” they still affect your body negatively over time because they're repetitive and they're not moving in a natural way.
Blueshield doesn't stimulate you in the same way twice with the same frequencies, but there are mathematical codes that represent, to the body, coherence, like the Fibonacci sequence, the golden ratio, these different mathematical multiples that are happening all the time and that your body perceives as a natural energy source.

Essentially, you're not blocking anything. What you're doing is you're tuning your body to where the body stops perceiving the EMF as a threat. From a lot of people, the question we get is, Isn't that just tricking your body? Aren't you just getting your body not to respond to it, but you're still getting the damage? That's a resounding no, because if there was some threat at the physical level, your body would respond to it. It's built to do that. It's not really tricking your body in any way.
I think there's a lot that's not known about the different octaves of reality and electromagnetism, where we're at in time-space and how many levels we really exist on, do you know what I mean?

Logan: 16:03 Yeah, that's very interesting. There are basically three things in the universe. There's matter. There's energy, and there's information. We know E = mc2, so that energy and matter can be converted, although that's quite a process to do so. We don't really know how to fit this information thing into the others. That’s what we talked about with Perry, once again, on that DNA, because that is a code. Code is information, so where did that come from and that whole? We really don't know.
You're saying that, with the scalar waves, it's an informational wave rather than an electromagnetic wave and, still, that the cells become incoherent with this. They get turned into that frequency, which basically just keeps them dialed into that frequency, which is always changing, so the “shield effect,” quote-unquote, just occurs by the cell itself rather than from this device.

Brandon: 16:56 Yeah, absolutely, and that's the interesting component, because there was a Scottish scientist named James Clerk Maxwell back in the mid-1800s. He was the first person to figure out that electricity and magnetism were connected. You can't have one without the other. Prior to that, we thought electricity was electricity, and magnetic fields were magnetic fields. When he was working on those equations, he also presented the theoretical possibility of what we know as scalar energy or longitudinal energy.

What's interesting about that, even Heinrich Hertz—which you've heard of, Hertz frequencies, what frequencies are named after—he even worked on Maxwell's theories and they ended up kind of disregarding it because it was too mystical. It's physically unmanifest. How do you slow down subatomic particles that are moving faster than the speed of light to really investigate them? It's hard to do with the reductionist scientific method, and it wasn't until Nikola Tesla was playing with lightning that he figured out, accidentally rediscovered the scalar waves, because he was playing with really violent, abrupt, direct current charges.

Long story short, the evolution of this has gone on and on, and what Mark's team has done that I thought really innovative was that he figured out ways to create those using light or what he calls crystal photonics. So, you don't need really high voltage; you don't need coils; you don't need a lot of this stuff that's historic. There are lots of ways to create a scalar field. You can use magnetic fields; you can use radio waves; you can use different energies, because what you're trying to hit is net zero.
That's where people, I think, get confused about all of the different names for scalar energy. There's zero-point energy. There’s tachyon, orgone or radiant energy. Some of the more scientific minds would call it standing waves or Tesla fields. It's basically the leftover net energy when you remove all other known energy. So, there's not actually a net zero in time-space.

What’s interesting is that you can take the most powerful microscopes in technology and zoom in on what we know as physical matter, and you can go infinitely deep and figure out that, Hey, most of the stuff is empty space because all of these things keep dividing and dividing. The closer you zoom in, the more things spread out and you're realizing that there's just a lot of energy in motion as what's happening in time-space.

All this gets quite a bit technical and really gets into quantum physics, but what they found out as far as scalar waves is that they don't lose power over distance, which is really nice if you're doing what we're trying to do, which is get the body bathing in a symphony of frequencies that are coherent, that are beneficial for the body. You don’t want that to lose power over distance. So, it doesn't matter if you're two feet away from a Blueshield or 20 feet away from a Blueshield; your body will respond to the same level of intensity.

I thought it was really mind-blowing once I signed the NDA and got to learn more about it, and talked with the guys that developed this technology. It's pretty amazing and a lot of what they had to do in the very beginning was very grassroots. They put a lot of their money into developing the tech, the animal farm studies. This wasn't done in a peer-reviewed medical journal.

Logan: 19:57 Probably wouldn’t be allowed.

Brandon: 19:58 Yeah, and also it's also really, really expensive. That $30 million study that the FDA did, that was cheap. They had to build systems that were $100,000 each for a controlled container that could irradiate these poor animals, these rats, at the same level, no matter where they went in this container to keep a constant going.

We're working on new stuff now that's going to be more videotaped and technically written, just to kind of prove we’re doing this stuff and we're keeping up on even 5G, and that's what's interesting. Another question that we get is, Is it 5G ready? Because we haven't had a lot of 5G exposure to really test it, and based on the theory and based on people that happen to test the city for 5G, the answer is a resounding yes. Anything short of ionizing radiation, based on the principle, the body will always respond to what's beneficial versus what's not beneficial, and I think that has really hit home.

Bruce Lipton, in his book, The Biology of Belief, was referencing the studies that they would put human cells in a Petri dish. They would take the scientist out of the room because obviously human cells resonate with humans, so thoughts can affect the experiment. They would videotape it, and they put beneficial nutrients on one side of the Petri dish and toxic substances on the other side, and in a hundred percent of the time, the cells would always move towards what's beneficial and away from what was toxic, kind of proving a natural cellular intelligence.

So, the body wants to resonate with nature. We've evolved to be outside and be exposed to this multitude of frequencies and coherent energy, and that’s why forest bathing, like you were saying is really like a nature frequency therapy type thing, if you really break it down, where we're kind of evolved to do that.

But we put ourselves in electromagnetic cages. If you take all the drywall out of your house, what's running through the house? It’s all these wires that are surrounding every room in the house, and then, couple that with cell towers, the stuff is just really everywhere—it’s nice to know that we have something that actually works at the cell level to protect us versus trying to do this blocking methodology, which, based on the people I've talked with and consulted with, all points in time and space are connected, so you can't really separate yourself from nature. Faraday cages only get rid of the physical measurable component, but the energetic or informational fields that are created when a frequency is generated and transmitted, is still very much very real and affects the cellular physiology.

Logan: 22:17 Right, and the Faraday cage is not going to be very convenient or cheap to install anywhere, so it's not really a feasible solution anyway.

Brandon: 22:27 If you believe in that theory that it's actually going to block everything, you're blocking beneficial electromagnetic fields, the Schumann fields, the magnetic field of the Earth. There's a lot of energy that our body needs in nature that we're blocking out with the Faraday cage as well.

Logan: 22:41 Something that just kind of connected for me, you were mentioning the forest bathing and the benefits of that, and we see this sensory, so the complexity, the kind of fractal patterns of … I'm looking out my office window and the tree there, and studies showing that just this sensory stimuli of that is beneficial to the human body, to the cells within. That's what different frequencies of light, when you're out in nature, you're going to have the wind rustling through the trees, which is sending all kinds of airways, which is different frequencies.

And then, something we haven't talked about, but also important for this EMF protection discussion is earthing, that physical connection to the earth, which is that you can just go barefoot outside and this puts you in coherence with the earth where there's electronics change, and this then also acts to make you kind of shielded from EMF effects to some degree, assuming the ground isn't running negative electromagnetic pollution, which unfortunately is the case in some areas.

Brandon: 23:41 Stray voltage, yeah.

Logan: 23:42 Right. So, we see that there are all these frequencies of nature, and the Blueshield, from what you're saying here, is not replicating, but doing something similar and in alignment with nature, just in how it's pulsing this wave out every half-minute or so.

Brandon: 23:57 Yeah, you can't replace nature. Nature is nature. Think about it as going in one of those high-end massage chairs and not feeling really good, but nothing can really place human touch and that intuition.

Logan: 24:08 Especially a good masseuse.

Brandon: 24:10 Yeah, for sure. So, getting in there backwards, it’s just we're getting to a point where we're putting 10,000 satellites up and we're trying to get conductivity everywhere on the planet. This is a real problem because, right now, you can go in the backcountry and get away from a lot of stuff, and feel really, really great. But once they're transmitting 5G all over the planet to try and connect the whole planet in that way, we don't know what the ramifications on all the wildlife is. We don't know what the ramifications in general are.

So, yeah, it's really important to have some level of protection. I agree with you—stacking the odds in your favor in any way you can by grounding or doing these kinds of things is really beneficial. There's not just the electron exchange. It’s a brainwave state and will put you in alpha brainwave patterns which are really healing to the body.

Logan: 24:53 Right, the more research that goes into earthing, it’s showing benefits all across the body because, once again, we see reductions in inflammation and all kinds of stuff going on.

Brandon: 25:02 Yeah, a lot of people don't realize that the mitochondria is bacterial in nature and it has evolved over eons since changes in the external condition, so the electrical light temperature, your body will regulate itself based on what the mitochondria is experiencing in those ways. What we find is the scalar energy is really nice as far as optimizing the millivolt potential of the cell, oxygenating the blood and getting movement and circulation, not just protecting against EMF.

If you didn't have problems with EMF or needing protection from it, what's interesting about the algorithm and the frequency code is that it's beneficial regardless, and will probably be a really good longevity tool, considering if you didn't have to use it to protect yourself against environmental pollution like EMF.

Logan: 25:49 Absolutely. Probably some of this conversation went over people's heads. I know the first time with me looking into this, it certainly did mine, but you can listen again.

If you head on over to FightEMF.com, that'll take you to the U.S. website for Blueshield. There's a ton more information there, so if you want to dive into some of the studies, for instance, that we discussed about the dangers of EMF or see more information on how this stuff works, you'll find that over there. Of course, pick up devices, and you'll see lots of information regarding them and what kind of device you might want.

But, once again, I do recommend this stuff. This is something that I personally use. I feel it's one of those steps in this multilayered-look perspective on health that you really do need to deal with EMF pollution in some way. Like I said, I use these devices and that's not all I do. I mentioned some of the other steps I do, too. I think that is good practice, some good habits to get into.
Brandon, any closing thoughts?

Brandon: 26:50 Yeah, I just hope people take a serious look at EMF, the non-native EMF, and look to protect their family and their children, and especially the next generations. That's very important with what we're finding with children especially. So, yeah, I just hope people take a serious look and have an open mind about it, and know that there are solutions. I know it's easy to get into a really fear mindset and, yeah, there are definitely things we can do and I hope people would take a serious look.

Logan: 27:20 Yeah, 5G is coming. Some cities have been trying to fight it based on the lack of any sort of safety studies on 5G itself, yeah, all the dangers we see in this, just this way of amplifying it that they're beginning to do. Once again, you see the benefits in them doing so, but does your refrigerator really need to be connected to the internet? I personally don't think so. But that's the direction we're going in, so this stuff is important today. Like I said, some research is just saying since back when electricity started being used, it was important back then, but it's only getting more important because of the direction the world is going in.

So, once again, head on over to FightEMF.com. That'll take you over there. There's a lot more you can learn.
I hope you've enjoyed this episode. This is scary, but also can be a rewarding subject to dive into, especially when you realize that you can become sovereign here. You can take a few steps that really help protect you against the environment that is today. So, thanks for listening.

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