In his latest newsletter David Icke speaks about fluorescent lighting and how it is detrimental to health, not only because it contains a lot of mercury which makes it a dangerous waste, but most of all because of  its vibrational effect…


How the BIG LIE is being used to target human health and wellbeing.

Given the fantastic scale of fluorescent mercury bulbs needing to be disposed of we are going to see – are seeing – serious mercury contamination in garbage and landfill sites. Yes, they shouldn’t be disposed of like this, but that is what vast numbers of people will do rather than take them to hazardous waste centres. The Control System knows that.

Already an estimated 80 million used fluorescent tubes are sent to landfill sites in the UK every year, according to the waste education organisation, WasteAware. This equates to four tonnes of lethal mercury and the figure for throughout Europe and North America must be mind-blowing.

This puts collectors of refuse at risk from any broken bulbs disposed of in household waste, and also other neighbours in communal situations, and those dumped in landfills on the scale that is coming have the clear potential to pollute ground water supplies, rivers and fish with cumulative and deadly mercury contamination. Once again, this is by design. The plan is to mass poison humans from endless sources as part of the global cull of the population and also to suppress us mentally through chemical influence.

But there is another vital aspect to the imposition of fluorescent lighting – its vibrational effect. The base state of everything in this reality is vibration or waveform. The chemical, electrical, digital and holographic levels are but expressions of the waveform information construct.

So disrupt that and you disrupt everything else down the line. This is what these bulbs are designed to do – create a distorted vibrational environment in every home and workplace where these lights shine and that’s a key reason why so many people experience health problems after buying them to ‘reduce my carbon footprint’.

David Icke

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