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Our Oraphim Blog

An ongoing series of informative entries

Our Latest Blog Entry

8th October '20

Hi Everyone

Wanting to connect more with our shungite community and get helpful info out our latest research as finally come together to beable to help explain why shungite is so amazing so here it is:

4G 50ghrtz & 5g 60ghrtz and why shungite is the answer:

60ghrtz 5G is the frequency that boils water molecules inside the body (of everything): Shungite stops ‘Necrosis’ which is the overheating of the body's cells

Wifi frequencies damage the myelin sheath that is the coating for our bodies nervous system: Shungite is an anti-histamine, this repairs the myelin sheath that covers our nerves that are damaged by Electromagnetic frequencies

Within the telecommunications towers a ‘harmonizing filter’ (aka shunt/CoVFeFe) is used to correct the frequency of the damaging electromagnetic frequencies by reversing them, shungite reverses frequencies that have a left-hand direction to them to make them spin in line with nature, this creates harmony within the environment and the body.

Using Oraphim silver infused shungite makes your devices, that are emitting the received signals safe to be around.

The shunt harmonizing filters are made from an annealed magnetic alloy, shungite is also an annealed magnetic compound.

silver infused Shungite creates a natural magnetic field around it that is the solution to electromagnetic disturbances.

Where there is an unnatural square wave spinning in opposition to nature, silver infused shungite creates perfect harmony sine waves that enhance positivity and well-being. 

Have a great shungite filled Day!!! all the best from Rich & Cassie

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