I was declared disabled and mentally affected in 1992, when the Internet was installed in our family home. I have this unusual sensitivity to all electronic devices, such as computers, WiFi and the internet, cell phones, digital boxes, televisions, satellite access, IPads, and more. I get a horrible headache which then translates into a form of epileptic seizure. I don’t fall. I just go nuts. I yell because I have no idea where I am. Then I become uncontrollable and I don’t make sense.
I was recently examined and informed that these high frequencies enter through my eyes, affect the retina, then jumble up my brain cells. Soon after I began wearing sunglasses wherever I went. That really helped. However, I still can’t form a decent sentence even if a cell phone is in the pocket of someone I’m near. I can still sense the frequencies.
I cannot join groups in my church. I have to sit in the back, close to the outside door, or I get sick. I have asked a million times for people to turn off their cell phones before they enter the sanctuary, yet they refuse. Tell me, why on earth do you need your cell phone in a church? You can use the Bible in book form or just leave your phone in your car. I can understand if you need it for emergencies. Although, even then, if you expect an emergency, what are you doing at church in the first place? A doctor, ok. But not all 140 people.
Please make people aware that although I do not have a peanut allergy, I do exist and would love to take part in a church.