ON MAY 26, SPACEX FILED an application with the Federal Communications Commission for 30,000 “next-generation” (“Gen2”) satellites. They should orbit at between 328 km (203 miles) and 614 km (380 miles) in altitude. They should use frequencies from 10.7 GHz to 86 GHz. They should aim focused beams that can cover the Earth in a mosaic of overlapping cells, each cell being about 8 kilometers in diameter (5G Apocalypse – The Extinction Event). Wake up people!
The databases filed with the FCC by SpaceX indicate that 40,700 1-MHz channels are available to each satellite, and that a minimum of 7.8125 MHz of spectrum is needed for each user, if it’s counted them correctly. Which means the Gen2 Starlink satellites could be capable of serving up to 150 million Internet users at the same time. (Project BlueBeam – Directed Energy Weapons, Holograms in the Sky, 5G Satellites, LRAD – Medusa)
This is not a good thing
Arthur Firstenberg requested to hear from people who have been having heart palpitations since April 22. With its launch of 60 more satellites on April 22, SpaceX brought the number of its “first generation” (“Gen1”) satellites up to 420, which is the number it had previously announced it needed for “minor” coverage of the mid-latitudes to about 56 degrees north and south. The responses to my request have come from far and wide, and I find them extremely disturbing. Here are some of them: “I had a horrible bout of palpitations one evening while upstairs,” wrote Julie from Bulgaria. “I keep a journal and had recorded it, as I felt as though I was going to pass out or worse!
The date? The 23rd of April.”
Full article and testimony of people who experienced heart issues after April 23rd.
SPACEX – 5G – Earth in Microwave Oven – Satellites – Frequencies from 10.7 GHz to 86 GHz – Directed Energy Weapons – Palpitations – Abnormality of the Heartbeat
ON MAY 26, SPACEX FILED an application with the Federal Communications Commission for 30,000 “next-generation” (“Gen2”) satellites. They should orbit at between 328 km (203 miles) and 614 km (380 miles) in altitude. They should