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#72: Using EM to Deal With Heat Stroke and Summer Heat Fatigue

The amount of rainfall in Okinawa in May was 2.5 times the normal amount, and in early June, too, there was heavy rainfall. Because of this, there has been insufficient rainfall on the mainland. With the exception of the Ryukyu islands, Japan has had a dry rainy season, with the first half being extremely hot. It looks like it will be a long struggle with the heat this year, and we need the willpower and steps to deal with the heat. Those who are living a complete EM lifestyle, too, must not overexert themselves in this heat, but if they keep the following information in mind this will be a great opportunity to confirm the power of EM.

1. Cooling the Indoors
Place a large towelket (a large blanket made of towel material) as a curtain at the top of windows that let in sunshine and inside the room and spray them with a 200-500 dilution of EM or Activated EM, using only the top liquid layer (which can be filtered using a coffee filter). Spray the towels sufficiently, but make sure they do not drip. If they dry they can re-sprayed several times during the day. This will not make the room overly humid, and is also effective in preventing mold.

Placing several plastic bottles of Activated EM behind fans will make the air feel much cooler. Because exposure to EM waves (hado) will make the non-ionic clusters smaller in water (moisture), evaporation will be more rapid, and much heat vaporization is used. It also has a marked effect on drying laundry and I encourage everyone to enjoy trying new ways to use EM.

If you continue to use EM in these ways during the summer, your electric appliances will work more efficiently, and if you use EM thoroughly you will see great energy savings. Living in this kind of room will allow you to not only sleep soundly and also avoid heat fatigue, but this will be effective in the winter, too, against influenza.
 
2. Using EM Outdoors
I recommend using other EM-related products that are also seen as effective against heat stroke. Use EM-X Gold when you need to hydrate, EM Revitalizing Sea Salt to replenish salt, EM Revitalizing Minerals to supplement your mineral intake, and spray EM-X Gold to prevent sunburn. Considering electrical characteristics, in heat stroke electromagnetism in the body increases, and EM bracelets, necklaces, and EM Spacemate are effective in releasing harmful electromagnetism.

To deal with sweat, spray EM-X Gold under the arms, and on the neck and head. Along with promoting moisture evaporation, it will eliminate any problems with electromagnetism. It is also effective in quenching thirst, of course.
 
3. Living an EM Lifestyle is Fundamental in Dealing with Summer Heat Fatigue
Using EM products in food, laundry and the bath will cumulatively increase EM’s essential functionality, namely 1. Strengthening anti-oxidation, 2. Increasing anti-ionization, and 3. De-toxifying harmful energy and making it more effective.

Therefore machinery and materials in an EM-rich environment will have increased functionality and those living there will be able to maintain optimum health. Whether it is living beings or inanimate material, animals or plants, EM has the power to endow these with greater functionality. Since this power depends on the amount you use and the passage of time, it is a mistake to think of EM in the same way as over the counter medicine.


A Call for Support for Events on Ocean Day, July 15th

For the past five years EM-related organizations have held events on Ocean Day, throwing EM Mudballs and EM into bodies of water. In areas far from the ocean they have put these in swamps and rivers. I would like people to consider these events as the Japanese citizens’ hope to revitalize our nation, surrounded as it is by oceans.

People have begun to recognize how using EM has revitalized Mikawa Bay, Ariake Sea, and Tokyo Harbor and Tokyo Bay. I have been participating in the event at the Hori River in Nagoya for the last four years; five years ago the river smelled awful, with hydrogen sulfide detected in every place, so much so that if you touched the river water you couldn't easily wash away the smell. In certain areas the amount exceeded 75 ppm. This year, according to reports I received, the worst place, where there is sludge, had only 6.5 ppm, while the other four sites where readings were taken showed no traces at all.

Last May 18th, as I drove by the Hori River I was amazed at how the ecology of the river has revived. In my lecture on the 19th, when I commented that people will be able to fish for ayu (sweetfish) in the river within a few years, most of the audience looked a little skeptical.

Investigations showed that tubifex worms, lugworms, and aquatic plants were found again in the Hori River, plus large schools of gobies and striped mullet. Aquatic birds have increased, and kingfishers have appeared not only upstream but in the middle reaches of the river as well. In certain places most sludge has disappeared, replaced by a sandy bottom. I think further investigation will reveal the presence of quite a few ayu as well.

Starting two years ago EM events on Ocean Day have been held in every prefecture and region of the country. This year’s goal is to throw into the water one million EM Mudballs and add 1,000 tons of Activated EM. Those areas that have been actively continuing EM events have, after a few years, seen visible results like the ones in the Hori River.
Pollution on the land will always reach the river, whether through rain or through the river system. In other words, as long as we continue or chemical-filled present life, our presence alone will continue to pollute the oceans.
 
Along with helping people convert to an EM lifestyle, these events will increase people’s recognition of the fact that, while receiving great benefits from the oceans, they are also polluting them. Joyfully participating in these events to revive the oceans is, I believe, a way for the Japanese people to express their gratitude towards the oceans. I would like to continue this movement until this concept becomes widely accepted.
 

A heron catching fish in the Hori River.
 

A school of gobies swimming upstream near Nakatsuchito Bridge (color tone corrected.)


Last year’s Ocean Day. Throwing EM Mudballs at the shore at Zushi.
 
 
 
 
 
Courtesy of Ecopure

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