Q. What is "Dirty Electricity"?
A. The electricity that comes into your home comes in at a frequency of 60 cycles per second. In its pure form it is known as "clean electricity." These days there are other, higher frequencies that piggyback on the normal 60-cycle signal. These higher-frequency signals are called transient spikes. Transient spikes are called "dirty electricity." These transient spikes are also produced in your home by various appliances—computers, printers, wi-fi, televisions, and electric-saving fluorescent bulbs ... just to name a few.
Q. Why should I be concerned about "dirty electricity"?
A. The earth has its own, low-frequency field that is the environment that supports all living matter. This field is used by all living matter and especially by migratory creatures (birds, whales, fish, bees, butterflies, etc.) to make their way in the world. It is also how bees find their way back to their hives. It is this field that enables both birds and fish to move synchronistically, as when you see a flock of birds quickly turn, keeping their formation intact.
The high-frequency fields (EMFs) that humans have introduced into the environment are not only the wrong frequency, but are far more powerful than the earth's frequency, and thus create disturbance of the earth's magnetic field and confusion for all living matter. This can, and is, threatening life on the planet as we know it. Also, there is major concern about dirty electricity because studies show that these transient spikes can and do affect humans and animals negatively in serious ways. For more detailed information we recommend Samuel Milham's book, Dirty Electricity.
Q. What can I do about "dirty electricity"?
A. The very best way to deal with "dirty electricity" is to first find the source of it. It may be coming in on external wiring, and/or it may be coming in on the utility water line coming into your home. It also may be being created within your home. After discovering its source, there are a number of ways we can deal with it to bring it down to safe levels.