The pancreas is the endocrine gland located in the abdomen behind the stomach which regulates blood sugar level.
When there is normality in the body, the pancreas keeps a constant level of 4 grams of glucose in the blood of a 70-kilogram human body at all times. But, when there is abnormality in the body, the pancreas shoots out sugar into the bloodstream, attempting to bring the body back into normality.
What is considered an abnormality?
‘Abnormality,’ for our purposes, represents everything that the human body did not evolve with. Some obvious examples are white sugar, white flour, white salt and white rice.
These highly processed, cheaper, options come from the removal of all valuable ingredients from their integral natural states. It’s common that man steps in and tries to manufacture a ‘product,’ the natural cycle of creation is compromised.
It is the same for the production of wireless data networks – radiation fields are brought into specific patterns that are different from the natural world around us - this is an abnormality that can affect us on a vibrational level.
Microwave Radiation (MWR) vs. 'Evolution'
If you want to see what kind of levels you are exposing yourself to, have a look at this short video where the EMF meter goes into ‘overload’ – it literally can’t measure the field strength because it’s too high.
To quote Arthur Firstenberg’s article “The Largest Biological Experiment Ever”:
“An astronomer once quipped that if Neil Armstrong had taken a cell phone to the Moon in 1969, it would have appeared to be the third most powerful source of microwave radiation in the universe, next only to the Sun and the Milky Way. He was right. Life evolved with negligible levels of microwave radiation.”
The human body did not evolve with this level of directed microwave radiation and now, exposing the body to this type of vibrational abnormality may be causing the pancreas to shoot new doses of sugar into the bloodstream.
This excess sugar released from the pancreas causes hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar levels in the body. And the Mayo clinic says that consistent high blood sugar can lead to a diabetic diagnosis.
Dr. Magda Havas is one of the premier researchers in this field.
Here she describes how a third type of diabetes is emerging which is triggered by electromagnetic stress.
There are also many scientific studies showing a potential link between phone radiation and diabetes, such as this one by Prof. Sultan Ayoub Meo, a professor at KSU’s College of Medicine, who concluded that:
"Students who were exposed to high RF-EMFR generated by MPBS (mobile phone base station) had a significantly higher risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus (p= 0.016) relative to their counterparts who were exposed to low RF-EMFR. It is concluded that exposure to high RF-EMFR generated by MPBS is associated with elevated levels of HbA1c and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus."
Full report: https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/12/11/14519
The Omnia Tests
The Omnia Tests show that there is an immediate impact on the human body when it is in contact with the wave field of phone radiation: the red blood cells become clumped, resulting in a change of blood viscosity. This is called Rouleaux syndrome, and is a non-specific symptom of chronic inflammatory illness. Inflammation is another of the body’s reactions to a foreign invader.
We hope that by the impact of the wave field as an invader, the pancreas has a better chance of regulating the sugar in the blood down to the optimum value of 4 grams, assuming of course that other causes of bodily imbalance are not present.
Radiation and Diabetes References:
Arthur Firstenberg: “The Largest Biological Experiment Ever