Minnesota State Fair in Saint Paul

As a transformational bodyworker of many years, I began to hear about the stresses people suffered at the Minnesota State Fair beginning in the fall of 2019, that correlate with unnatural electromagnetic fields and radiation (non-native EMFs and EMR).

I had noted the beefing up of the cell tower in the two to three weeks leading up to the Great Minnesota Get-Together, and it did not portend well.

I spoke with an area chiropractor who has clients that noticed how difficult it was for their health and well being to be at the State Fair this year; one of whom could not work there anymore after the first day.

Date:  November 14, 2019       Time:  2:20 pm

A drive around the fairgrounds today made it clear that this is the main tower for the Fair.  Located at the southeast corner of the grounds near the intersection of Snelling and Como, this junk tower’s emissions are toxic and daunting.

It makes the nearby “Space Tower” look diminutive and quaint, like an out-of-place echo from a pulp fiction past, upstaging it with the sordid ugliness of the worst of modern human hubris, unconsciousness, and misguided aspirations.

RF reading showed a peak spike of 85.4 mw/m2 from a block away!

It’s disturbing that this tower is just a block away from the “Miracle of Birth” barn for farm animals.  The other animal barns are within four blocks from this tower which distresses their nervous systems and physiology in ways we have no good inkling of.

A quick drive-thru of the grounds (not a detailed check) made it clear that small cells are being installed with a density and intensity like that which is planned for your neighborhood in the current horrifically flawed “5G roll-out” (brand name for non-native radiation proliferation) that telecoms and vested interests hope to achieve before Minnesotans realize what is happening, and that their quality of life has been sharply compromised.

A couple of small cells are mounted on a corner of the Warner Coliseum which measured higher than 5 mW/m2 (the peak number isn’t visible on the photo).

Reading Date:  November 22, 2019      Time:  3:30 pm

On the north of the fairgrounds at Hoyt Avenue small cells mounted on a pole measured a peak of 13.55 mW/m2.   (Small Cell A on map.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the intersection of Carnes Avenue and Liggett Street, small cells atop a pole measured peak RF radiation of 115.30 mW/m2, and 6.36 V/m (!).  (Small Cell B on map.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the north boundary of the Midway at Dan Patch Avenue, a tower with small cells and power station measured a peak RF power density of 34.03 mW/m2!  (Small Cell C on map.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the Midway, right at the door to the Compeer Arena (for showing cows), small cells measured a peak RF reading of 24.65 mW/m2; a very destructive and unhealthy level of  radiation. (Small Cell D on the map.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Midway area has a high density of small cells so it’s not possible to determine the radiation level of one cluster of cells because the entire area is in a radiation soup.

These measurements were taken during the off-season, I can’t imagine what it will be like during the Fair with all of the cellphones and devices among the crowds.  Attendance at the Fair in 2019 was 2.1 million people.

What’s REALLY TROUBLING about the proliferation of the electromagnetic and radiation pollution at the Minnesota State Fair site, is the proximity to the animal quarters.  It’s very sad, if taking your children to the State Fair, or showing an animal, becomes an unwitting abuse.

It’s especially poignant to note the age of the main buildings (just the same as they were when I was a child), that speak of a simpler, more healthy, earthy, and visionary time.   To see the dark descent of electrification and radiation into our gathering places is deeply disturbing, to say the least.

Read about the health effects of these radiation levels as studied and documented worldwide in the 2012 BioInitiative Report.

Below is a map of the fairgrounds with the cells that are readily identified visibly.  It is by no means complete.

 

 

 

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