A refuge for EHS/MCS

This site is about search for white zones for electro-hypersensitive people and the dangers of current wireless technology.

Since it doesn’t seem like the situation for electro-hypersensitive people (EHS) will significantly improve over the next view years I am looking for a place with low radiation that could serve as a refuge also for others.

The idea

  • The idea is to buy a property that is large and located remotely enough so that there will be no cell tower also in the future.
  • It would primarily be a place for EHS, MCS sufferers (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity), but also for everyone else that wants to retreat to a quite place in nature and take a break from everyday life.
  • Self-sufficient living if possible (permaculture concepts like food forests)
  • To support  and help one another, but community is not forced.

Criteria

  • Secluded location surrounded by nature. Not near other buildings or near streets because of Wi-Fi / DECT / cell phone usage.
  • Large property, so that there are no cell towers nearby (For example a farm/homestead surrounded by forest/fields).
  • Telephone access (and with that internet access normally is also available).
  • Maybe a camping site is also a possibility, if the bordering space is not used for houses (because of Wi-Fi, DECT etc) and there won’t be a cell phone mast build there. An example would be a forest that is next to the site.
  • Grow own food should be possible.

Ideas for offerings

  • Places for rent if there are enough apartments
  • A site for trailers / RVs
  • A place of quiteness, meditiation, contemplation
  • Some sort of “digital detox” for the ones still addicted to cell phones (similar to http://digitaldetox.org/)
  • […]

Where?

  • All around the world. For me personally: At the moment preferably somewhere in Germany, but I’m open move to another country.

If you are interested or you have a similar vision please contact me! 

Please also feel free to contact me if you suffer from EHS yourself, or found a website with a EHS story, or found a refuge area, or if you have any other comment or suggestion.

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