1. By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies .This website or its third-party tools use cookies, which are necessary to its functioning and required to achieve the purposes illustrated in the cookie policy.Find out more.
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Follow Casinomeister on Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Casinomeister.us US Residents Click here! |  Svenska Svenska | 
Dismiss Notice
REGISTER NOW!! Why? Because you can't do diddly squat without having been registered!

At the moment you have limited access to view most discussions: you can't make contact with thousands of fellow players, affiliates, casino reps, and all sorts of other riff-raff.

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join Casinomeister here!

Don't go to bed without it!

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by ed skull murphy, Jul 16, 2018.

    Jul 16, 2018
  1. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    You must register/login in order to see the link.

    Grounding godfather, Clint Ober explains:
    You must register/login in order to see the link.

    Life changing would be no exaggeration. I cannot recommend it enough.

    These sheets are available for standard sized double or single mattresses. (I have no commercial interest in the above link... that is just where I bought mine from)

    Your health! :cheers:
     
    geordiecolin and goatwack like this.
  2. Jul 16, 2018
  3. goatwack

    goatwack Denny, two is great, but three is a crowd CAG

    Occupation:
    Stuntman
    Location:
    Londonia
    Just watching a programme on Morgellons disease, as you're on and spreading the good word on health, do you think it is a real disease or a conspiracy by the medical establishment to not acknowledge its existence?

    It's Sunday, so it's alright to ask after all :D
     
    ed skull murphy likes this.
  4. Jul 16, 2018
  5. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    I have heard of it in connection to aerial spraying (commonly know as chemtrails), especially in Canada, which is a bit of a testing ground for those kind of experiments. Off the top of my head, I think it is either a bacteria or virus.

    I am pretty sure that the 'mad scientitst' Tony Pantalleresco was hit with it... he's in Canada.
     
    mack341 and goatwack like this.
  6. Jul 16, 2018
  7. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    These experiments have been going on for decades, obviously the establishment denies it.

    Porton Down are the culprits in Britain, I believe they sprayed Norfolk with something nasty, back in the 60s or 70s, and then instructed the local GPs to monitor and report back the effects.
     
    goatwack likes this.
  8. Jul 16, 2018
  9. goatwack

    goatwack Denny, two is great, but three is a crowd CAG

    Occupation:
    Stuntman
    Location:
    Londonia
    Yeah, you'd think people reporting the pulling of coloured fibres out of their skin, like some out of sorts party performer, would raise some concern in the medical profession.

    I suppose if so much unknown and secretive chemical experimentation is going on this is just the tip. All the more puzzling as to doctors' reluctance to diagnose it as such and dismiss these things out of hand! And call sufferers mentalists :laugh::eek2:
     
    mack341 and ed skull murphy like this.
  10. Jul 16, 2018
  11. goatwack

    goatwack Denny, two is great, but three is a crowd CAG

    Occupation:
    Stuntman
    Location:
    Londonia
    For the record, the Earth Sheets look good too. Never heard of them before. Who knew! :p
     
    ed skull murphy likes this.
  12. Jul 16, 2018
  13. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    I did! I'm an early adopter, lol.

    I have been grounding for about five years, just with a simple copper cable wrapped around my ankle and plugged into the earth pin on the wall socket. I've been using the bed sheet for just over a year, and for the first time in my life, I actually look forward to going to bed... I zonk out almost as soon as I hit the mattress. :)
     
    goatwack likes this.
  14. Jul 16, 2018
  15. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    Not really surprising, the docs have huge mortgages to take care of, so they want to keep their jobs... and the quickest way to lose your job in this modern world is to go against 'the machine'.
     
    goatwack likes this.
  16. Jul 16, 2018
  17. Steviedoo

    Steviedoo Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Writer
    Location:
    South
    Hey ed

    I don’t agree with you on most things but I’m interested in the copper cable on your ankle and earth pin in the socket. How is this grounding. I thought the idea of grounding was to walk barefoot on th earth. Etc.

    And how does your blanket work. Thanks
     
  18. Jul 16, 2018
  19. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    Highly recommended, it might be the first step towards you seeing things the way I do... ;)
     
    Steviedoo likes this.
  20. Jul 16, 2018
  21. slotplayer

    slotplayer Senior Member webmeister

    Occupation:
    webmaster
    Location:
    USA
    I've been in the electronics industry since 1979-2004, we always used a grounding strap at our bench when handling ic's (integrated circuits) to avoid human static electricity from damaging the semiconductor material (typically Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors (CMOS). It was common practice back then, most likely still is.

    Ever buy a hard drive/computer/iphone or some other piece of electronic equipment and its in a blackish plastic bag, those are called Faraday bags or cages to protect static electricity from zapping the integrated circuits. Google Michael Faraday.

    Back then the technical teachers said the reason it feels good walking barefoot on the beach is the sand is one big ground plane and removes all the static electricity from the body.
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2018
  22. Jul 16, 2018
  23. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    That is one of the reasons, especially when exposed to EMR, but the huge benefit is the plethora of electrons we receive from the earths energy field, as is explained in the video, because being in equilibrium with the earth will prevent inflammatory diseases, which include most of our modern, so called 'incurable' diseases.

    I always make sure I am earthed when replacing parts in my computer, although it is wise to fit an inline resistor to the earth cable in case of electric shock.

    Something not mentioned in this video, that I heard from Clint Ober in another clip, is that people who live in highrise appartments are really in trouble, because the further one is from the earth, the worse we are affected by not being physically earthed.

    Clint Ober and Drs. Mercola and Sinatra have done plenty of demonstrations and lectures on this subject. It is really serious stuff, but you won't hear about it on CNN or Fox, because: A. They don't want us to be well, B. They want to sell us pharmaceuticals.
     
  24. Jul 16, 2018
  25. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    I was a bit tired last night and missed the first question, the earth socket on the wall is connected via a copper cable to a copper strip that is sunk a couple of metres into the ground under your house. It's main purpose is to prevent electric shock, damage or fires in case of short-circuiting, or a stray wire, within electrical appliances, but you can use it for human grounding purposes as well, but like I said above, there should be an inline resistor to limit the amount of current passing through you in the unlikely event of you touching a live wire.

    The bed sheet has silver wires woven into the fabric and is also plugged into the wall socket.
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2018
  26. Jul 16, 2018
  27. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    Hey slotplayer, are you interested in an satisfying retirement plan?

    This wonderful old guy grows tropical oranges through the winter in Nebraska. You Americans are so damn' clever :):

    You must register/login in order to see the link.
     
    slotplayer and goatwack like this.
  28. Jul 16, 2018
  29. slotplayer

    slotplayer Senior Member webmeister

    Occupation:
    webmaster
    Location:
    USA
    thanks man, you made my day. I love green houses. Something about visiting a green house that instantly puts one in a good mood, the smell, the warmth.

    As a young man I used to go the greenhouse every Jan and buy baby Easter lily bulbs and grow them in my bedroom under a grow light for my mum and grand-mum till Easter.

    The first time I went and asked to buy some the greenhouse/nursery owner said "he never thought of selling them", there were tables with hundreds of them. The next year he had a for sale sign in front of the tables.

    Planted a couple peach trees at my mums house years ago. There is nothing like picking a piece of fresh fruit right off the tree.

    Growing things is fun.
     
    ed skull murphy and mack341 like this.
  30. Jul 16, 2018
  31. Steviedoo

    Steviedoo Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Writer
    Location:
    South
    Thanks for the info.
    Doing some research.
     
    ed skull murphy likes this.
  32. Jul 17, 2018
  33. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    I'm erecting one as we speak (ooh er!)... no a greenhouse, I mean. :)

    It is taking a bit longer than anticipated, but building a Hall's Magnum on a hill, in a heatwave is no mean feat, perhaps I should cut down on the beer and smoke breaks

    Hall's Magnum 14' X 8':

    [​IMG]
     
    mack341, slotplayer and goatwack like this.
  34. Jul 17, 2018
  35. goatwack

    goatwack Denny, two is great, but three is a crowd CAG

    Occupation:
    Stuntman
    Location:
    Londonia
    Probably as big as our bedroom.

    How much, ermm, rent do you charge? :oops:
     
    mack341 and ed skull murphy like this.
  36. Jul 17, 2018
  37. slotplayer

    slotplayer Senior Member webmeister

    Occupation:
    webmaster
    Location:
    USA
    I bet its a lot of work especially in the heat. Its looking good though. Nice manageable size to.
     
    ed skull murphy likes this.
  38. Jul 17, 2018
  39. ed skull murphy

    ed skull murphy Trollish behavior - quit the forum

    Occupation:
    N/A
    Location:
    Albion
    £50 per week, up front... but no strange men in your room after 9 PM :)
    I couldn't really have a bigger one because of the incline, it took me a week just to lay the foundations and level the ground for this, in this heat.

    Putting the frame together was fairly quick, but then comes the monotony of fitting all of the rubber seals and all of the panes of glass, I'm fitting the last few panes now. :)
     
    mack341 and goatwack like this.

Share This Page