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Unpacking Tartaria Pt. 4 – Ancient EMF Technology

EMF Technology

(EMFs) are invisible areas of energy produced by electricity, which are present in everyday life through common sources like power lines, cell phones, and microwaves. There are two types of EMFs: non-ionizing, which are low-level and thought to be harmless, and ionizing, which are high-level and can potentially cause cellular and DNA damage with prolonged exposure. The health risks of EMFs have been a topic of research and discussion.

Electromagnetic fields, or EMFs, are a part of our everyday environment and are generated by the flow of electricity. They are present due to various sources such as:

Power lines: These carry electricity over long distances and produce both electric and magnetic fields.
Household appliances: Items like refrigerators, hair dryers, and vacuum cleaners all emit EMFs using EMF Technology.
Wireless devices: Cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and tablets use radio frequency (RF) fields, which are a type of EMF Technology.
Medical equipment: Devices used for diagnosis and treatment, such as X-rays and MRI machines, also create EMFs using EMF Technology.

EMFs are categorized into two types: ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. Ionizing radiation is high-energy and has the potential to cause damage to DNA and cells, leading to health issues like cancer. This type of radiation includes X-rays and gamma rays. Non-ionizing radiation, on the other hand, is low-energy and generally considered harmless. It includes the EMFs from power lines and household appliances.


The concept of the “Magnetic Ether” is likely a reference to the historical idea of the “luminiferous ether” or simply “ether,” which was once hypothesized in physics as a medium for the propagation of electromagnetic waves, including light. This concept dates back to the 19th century and earlier, when it was believed that just as sound waves require a medium to travel through (like air), light waves would similarly need a medium to propagate through what was thought to be the “empty” space.

The ether was assumed to be a weightless, frictionless, and invisible substance that permeated all of space and matter. It was thought to be necessary for the transmission of light and other electromagnetic waves. However, the ether theory faced significant challenges as the understanding of light and the structure of matter improved. The most notable challenge was the Michelson-Morley experiment in 1887, which failed to detect the Earth’s motion through the supposed ether, leading to serious doubts about its existence.

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