Lectures on Electrosensitivity & the Dangers of EMFs & Electrosmog
Saturday 8th June 09.30am – 5.30pm
Sedgwick Park House, Sedgwick Park, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 6QQ
Guy from Beneficial Environments is to chair a table at the lectures on campaigning and solutions.
Professor Belpomme is particularly welcome as he has developed reliable tests for EHS and has considerable success with reducing EHS symptoms in his patients. His talk is possibly a first in the UK.
Please see the below from the organisers, EMF Aware Sussex:
We are delighted to be able to hold another event at the wonderful location of Sedgwick Park House (Horsham) on 8th June 2019, please see attached flier.
The format of this event will be slightly different as there will be more emphasis on questions, which we always seem to been caught up in a ‘time limitation’ situation at previous events, so the entire afternoon will be given over to ‘open clinic’ where you will have the opportunity to put your questions to the panel.
It is sometimes difficult for electro-sensitives to travel to see Professor Belpomme in France and our other French speaker, Dr Arazi, is well versed in the hazards of mobile phone industry, so we are delighted that they have both agreed to speak at the event. You can prepare your questions ahead of time in a peaceful and measured way and present them in the spacious environment (whilst the event will be filmed, the open clinic session in the afternoon will not be filmed, in order to preserve anonymity, but it will be recorded and will be available on CD).
Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe will be focusing on 5G and its attendant concerns. The prospect of this experimental technology could threaten to precipitate serious, irreversible effects on humans and permanent damage to all of the Earth’s ecosystems. We therefore would like to dedicate this event to the well-being of all electro-sensitives everywhere in the hope that they are well and strong enough to nudge this situation from the fringes into mainstream consciousness. Debbie Fry, the queen of campaigners! will inspire us to go the extra mile.
Sedgwick Park House and gardens are low signal areas.
Bring a phone if necessary, but please make sure it is switched off at all times and not used in the house or garden. Please leave any wireless devices at home. There is a landline for taxis and emergencies.
Bring a picnic, free tea and coffee will be available.
Tickets £20 or an affordable donation.
Full details below: