Update: The forums are now closed but visitors may access all prior posts by clicking on the menu above. Additional information related to EMR in general may be found under the other headings.
The purpose of the EMR Sanctuary website is to host a forum style, online community dedicated to the growing segment of the world’s population affected by electro-sensitivity, also referred to as EHS. This condition manifests as a variety of health-related disorders attributed to bodily exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR), a type of energy commonly emitted by mobile phones, Wi-Fi modems, telecommunication antennas, smart utility meters and mains powered appliances.
This project has been initiated by EMR Aware in response to an expressed need by our contacts and newsletter subscribers. Since its inception in 2015, our organisation has provided free informational support to communities and officials seeking to address the environmental and social impacts of electro-pollution. Our ultimate aim is for Government and industry to adopt less invasive technologies and more rigorous public safety standards.
Accompanying these Forums is a selection of educational Resources to help acquaint our readership with the topics under discussion. Suggestions for improvement or expansion of this website are always welcome.
Thank you for visiting. We hope your time here will be both enjoyable and rewarding.
I have no doubt in my mind that at the present time, the greatest polluting element in the earth’s environment is the proliferation of electromagnetic fields. – Dr. Robert O Becker, twice Nobel Prize nominee
It just so happens that the frequencies and modulations of our mobile phones seem to be the frequencies that humans are particularly sensitive to. If we had looked into it a little more, if we had done the real science, we could have allocated spectrums that the body can’t feel. The public should know if they are taking a risk with cell phones. What we are doing is a grand world experiment without informed consent. – Dr. Allan Frey, discoverer of the microwave auditory effect