Listen to Microwave “Bullets” from Cell Towers
To listen to the microwave pulses, this test must be done in a quiet room:
Cup your hand, as though you were holding water, and place it firmly over your ear.
Wait and listen quietly for about 30 seconds.
You will begin to hear the "pops," - it feels like something the size of a BB is hitting your hand and ear. These microwave "bullets" are directed at your head from cell towers, up to 3 miles (5 km) away. Hold it more than 1 minute, and you will notice the "pops" are getting stronger, because the reflected signal is not returning to the cell tower. Some people describe the sound as "popcorn" - random pops. You will begin to feel the "pops" in the joints of your hand, as you hold it longer.
These sounds are proof that you are being hit with microwave "bullets" 24/7. The microwaves cause high-pitched ringing in the ears, or tinnitus in many people. The satellite tracking of your precise location is accurate to 1 centimeter (0.5 inches).
Try it on each ear. The microwaves are directed from every cell tower around you. In a big city like Houston, there can be 20 or more cell towers that are directing microwaves at your head. Try tilting your head sideways, up or down, or back and forth, to increase the signal.
Please write to your Congressmen and Senators and demand that this illegal tracking program is stopped. Talk to your city council and mayor about how the cell towers are being used. The microwaves cause brain damage and are particularly harmful to children. The cell towers and directed microwaves are controlled from Schriever Air Force Base near Colorado Springs. Your precise location is tracked by NavStar satellites and relayed to a supercomputer at Air Force Space Command. General John Raymond is currently the Commanding Officer at the Air Force Space Command.
You can check these maps for cell tower locations at:
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