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Lost Arts Radio Show #203 - Special Guest Ken Rohla

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Why can't technological advances be engineered in harmony with human health and the well-being of the whole biosphere? They can. It took me many years to realize that products are often developed intentionally to harm us, and then advertised as wonderful and beneficial. Thousands of examples are in our everyday lives now, like synthetic clothing made with toxic chemicals absorbed through the skin, lipsticks with lead that is absorbed into the body, hair dyes with dangerous chemicals in them that go into our bodies and eventually the oceans, non-stick frying pans, with carcinogenic materials that scratch off gradually and are eaten along with our food, and so many others. There are millions of similar examples.

Engineers, inventors and developers could very well be providing the safe alternatives, and some of them are. One of them who has been a guest on Lost Arts Radio before is Ken Rohla (www.freshandalive.com). I have personally used some of his products with great results, and am always inspired by getting to talk with him about his work and new things coming up. This time I would like to see what he has to suggest for countermeasures to the malicious 5G system that is beginning to be rolled out world-wide, including in the U.S. Many people have been writing to me asking for helpful ideas about how to avoid or at least minimize the damage from 5G and other microwave radiation. Ken is one of the people I want to go to with this question. I'm sure he will have ideas you will want to hear and use.These are not scientific oversights, and they are not government-approved by mistake. Unable to trust agencies that are supposed to protect us from these things, it is up to us, in cooperation with groups and individuals who are learning about healthy alternatives, to come up with ways to avoid harmful products we have been told to use.

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