Two technologies not normally associated with each other have finally, if only briefly found something in common. It is not, as you might initially imagine Bluetooth communication between the electronic controls of a furnace and its operator; that sort of communication is best done using conventional wi-fi because the signal is stronger than Bluetooth and able to transmit larger packets of information over longer distances.
No, the Bluetooth signal I am referring to was found to be emitted from inside the furnace chamber, before the heat is applied but after a body is inserted. In fact it is the body itself which emits the signal, but only until the body is partially reduced by the flames.
Fortunately what I am describing is not a newly developed technology for monitoring the cremation process because it does not work very well. Thick furnace walls of steel and concrete make Bluetooth signal reception outside weak and sporadic. In fact the signal emitted from the deceased was found by the furnace operator to be strongest while the body resides outside of the furnace in a wooden casket (or cardboard ). When asked to comment on this phenomenon by the operator, I was at a loss as how this could be possible.
Now, some six-months after being asked that question I believe I've found a plausible explanation.
It is apparent that this odd 'signal' has been documented in clinical and mortuary settings around the world since November of 2021 but had been detected, quite by accident in the living some months beforehand. People attempting to pair their phones with printers, headphones and other devices began noticing 'unknown' MAC addresses popping up where there should have been only one or two known devices within range.
Machine/Media Access Control (MAC) addresses are the 'codes' used by wi-fi and Bluetooth networks to identify the electronic device manufacturer and provide specific network interface instructions. Typically these addresses consist of six groups of two digits, either numbers, letters or both, with the first three groups containing the manufacturer and product data.
For example a particular home internet router has a Local Area Network MAC address of:
If you have ever tried to pair wireless devices you will have seen these addresses on your phone (or computer) with a description of the product displayed beside them. If you have not tried to locate a device before and wish to experiment with locating signals then the following are worthwhile tutorials on how to do it: Tom's Guide, Napier,
What differentiates the MAC address of a known device from the addresses being broadcast by humans, alive and newly dead, are that the first three groups of two digits are unknown; they are not registered to any known manufacturer of electronics or other communications equipment.
For example a particular human example has a Local Area Network MAC address of:
Also, the address broadcast by an individual has been found to undergo change over time, while the address is not always broadcast. It seems that proximity to a strong radio frequency signal will initiate the broadcast, as will changes in the person when eating, sleeping, exercising, etc.
One last difference; humans, alive or dead who have NOT received any of the latest mRNA 'vaccines' do not broadcast a signal. Only the 'vaccinated' emit this address code.
World-wide mRNA vaccine programs were initiated in December of 2020 and the first reports of humans broadcasting MAC addresses began in the summer of 2021. As of this writing there are dozens of reports from doctors, coroners, lawyers and even internet hackers detailing their experiments to disprove the human MAC theory, only to find the broadcasts do exist. In one case a 'hacker' claims to have decoded the fundamental data contained in the human addresses and wants to sell wearable devices that mimic the signal. Why would he do that?
Being satisfied that the phenomenon does exist, I set out to discover how a human body could possibly be turned into a local area network node with its own address. First was the Bluetooth technology literature to familiarize myself with the communication protocols and then I looked at human biology and how such a signal might be naturally, or unnaturally generated. Of course it is easy to find Bluetooth technical data but where does one go to research human generated radio frequency signals? The 'rabbit hole'.
It turns out that everything has a 'frequency' and everything, including our bodies are considered to be electrically charged to varying degrees with each charged portion oscillating (goes from low energy to high and back again) with a specific frequency. Within a living organism the work of oscillation expends both thermal and electrical energy which drives other, critical biological processes within the organism.
Dr. Robert Becker, in his 1985 book “The Body Electric” recounts the discoveries of Dr. Rife in the 1930's when magnifying and manipulating organisms under different wavelengths of light and frequencies of pulsed energy, plus Becker offers more recent findings on just what the frequency of a human body is. Here are a few excerpts;
“Dr. Royal R. Rife found that every disease has a frequency. He has found that certain frequencies can prevent the development of disease and that others would destroy diseases. Substances of higher frequency will destroy diseases of lower frequency.”
“In 1992, Bruce Taino of Taino Technology, an independent division of Eastern State University in Cheny, Washington, built the first (biological) frequency monitor in the world. Taino has determined that the average frequency of a healthy human body during the daytime is 62 to 68 Hz.
( Hz is short form for Hertz. Hertz are cycles of oscillation per second. 62 to 60 cycles per second)
When the frequency drops, the immune system is compromised. If the frequency drops to 58 Hz, cold and flu symptoms appear; at 55 Hz, diseases like Candida take hold; at 52 Hz, Epstein Bar and at 42 Hz, Cancer. Taino’s machine was certified as 100 percent accurate and is currently being used in the agricultural field today.”
“The study of frequencies raises an important question concerning the frequencies of substances we eat, breathe, and absorb. Many pollutants have low frequencies and cause the bodies healthy frequencies to be lowered and weakened. Processed or canned food has a frequency of zero and tend to lower healthy frequencies within the body towards degenerative diseases. Fresh produce has up to 15 Hz; dry herbs from 12 to 22 Hz; and fresh herbs from 20 to 27 Hz. Essential oil frequencies start at 52 Hz and go as high as 320 Hz; which is the frequency of Rose Oil. These higher frequencies create an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, cancer, etc., CANNOT live.”
Bluetooth signals have a frequency too but they are a bit faster than what the human body is functioning at. Depending on the (electrical or electrochemical) energy available to drive it, and the physical complexity of a Bluetooth information transfer mechanism, a narrow range of frequencies between 2.4 and 2.5 GHz ( 2.4 and 2.5 Billion cycles per second) is expected.
If, as Dr. Becker states that “ higher frequencies create an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, cancer, etc., CANNOT live. “ then billions of cycles per second aught to be very beneficial, but finding evidence of this is difficult.
Even the corporations which make wireless technology and fund their own research say only that high frequency radio waves in the 1.8 GHz range pose little chance of harm. You would think that if ultra-high frequency RF radiation was good for you then they could sell that point.
Most studies conducted independently of the manufacturers on the effects of high frequency RF radiation on organic life are published in European and Asian countries and are typically damning and not translated into English.
From one of the few independent studies carried by western scientific publishing houses comes the observation that, “no case-control study has been published on fourth generation (4G; 2–8 GHz) Long-term Evolution (LTE) modulation, even though the modulation was introduced in 2010 and achieved a 39% market share worldwide by 2018.”
Apparently nobody in the 'established science' world cares enough (or is funded) to study this.