What Does A Mobile Phone Mast Look Like

These days phone masts come in quite a few shapes and sizes. Their disguises are getting better. Believe it or not, some are even disguised as trees. While others are just one big pole that looks rather inconspicuous (See a picture of one below). And if you think those black poles are not phone masts, just go near one and take a look at your phone's reception / signal.

One of the most common looking phone masts

You will no doubt be amazed, or horrified at how your signal strength is now through the roof. With the emergence of 5G, (5th Generation = millimeter-wave radiation = dangerous to humans and wildlife) some transmitters are, or will be very hard to spot. That's because of the need to use "small cells", which don't look like cell towers / masts at all, and can be installed absolutely everywhere. This technology has not been independently tested, so proceed with caution.


More and more people are researching the dangers of this technology, and the conclusion among the majority is that 5G presents serious health implications to the public. Yet, the big wireless / Telecom companies just don't seem to be taking any notice. It's a similar situation to when tobacco companies where in denial for years, and actually promoted smoking tobacco as a healthy practice until independent health studies proved without any doubt that it was harmful. This situation was also similar with Asbestos.

A smaller phone mast of a similar design / appearance

Blinded by technological "progress" and greed, the big wireless companies are following suite, refusing to acknowledge any dangers that 5G possesses, and flat out avoiding the guidelines and regulations (including independent testing) that are usually in place when new technology is introduced to the world. How does one avoid testing when its part of the regulations, a procedure that must be followed. This just screams of total corruption, and anyone who can't see that really needs to wake up.

Image: A pole that doesn't look like the common design we have come to recognize as a phone mast. However, this is a phone mast. I believe the design comes in either black or white. That building you can see to the left of the mast is an old peoples home. How wireless companies get permission to install these towers right next to residential properties remains a mystery to me.

Where is the line drawn between advancements in technology and damaging human health on a global scale. It's a "race to the top", the race for 5G in the west, and they don't care what they have to do to win. Even if that means death and sickness on a huge scale. This certainly says alot about the morals of the people who are pulling the strings. 

Sorry to go on so much when this post was only meant to show what a phone mast looks like, but this is a serious problem that will affect everyone, so it needs to be talked about. A quick question: If you went to buy your dream house and you discovered that it had a big phone mast in close proximity, would you still be happy to proceed with your purchase. I know I wouldn't.

Save The Bees Graffiti

I thought this was quite fitting with all the talk and videos coming out regarding the issue of Bees (as well as Birds and Deer) just dropping down dead, and no one knows why. Some people are suggesting it has something to do with the illegal rollout of 5G. And it may well have something to do with that.


We know that electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) can damage people and wildlife, so who are we to say this isn't the cause when no independent testing of 5G has taken place. Independent studies detached from Private Corporations (So they are done correctly and have no conflict of interest) is of utmost importance when any new technology is being forced on the public without their consent.

That's why I said illegal above, because of the lack of any independent studies on 5G. So, really, it should not be allowed to proceed without more testing. Anyway, I hope you like the Bee piece. This is located at the back of the Firs & Bromford Community Centre in Birmingham UK. Camera: Lumix FZ50.

The Danger Through The Trees

Can you see the danger through the trees. Phone masts and 5G are hot topics at this time, so I thought I'd post a quick image from my travels. I know there's a lot of talk regarding the roll out of 5G while everyone is on lockdown, and many people are questioning whether a secret 5G rollout should be considered as "essential" work at this time. The truth is it shouldn't be going ahead while almost every other "non-essential" sector of the economy has been forced to close.


So it does raise some serious questions as to why 5G is continuing to be installed across the world, who's pulling these strings, and what the motives are behind such a sinister installment. Also well worth mentioning is how 5G has not been independently tested, so the lack of safety testing of such technology being released on the public, in the form of massive radiation exposure, is very concerning.

Anyway, I hope you like my picture: The danger through the trees. Taken with the Panasonic FZ50. Sadly, this mast is literally no more than 20 meters away from a primary school. How it got the all-clear to be installed in this location when these towers are known to be emitting harmful amounts of radiation is a mystery to me.

The Bear Inn Pub Berkswell (Coventry)

Some quick images of the Bear Inn Pub in Berkswell, Coventry. The address is: Spencer's Lane, Berkswell, Coventry CV7 7BB. A very old traditional pub (Grade II listed building) dating as far back as the 16th Century. Although it is unknown as to exactly what date it became an Inn or Public House. More information on this pub, and on Berkswell histroy can be found here.


The side of the pub. Can you spot the Pig up a pipe?

Nice pub, but the cruel sign reminds us of a time when bears tied up in chains was looked at as nothing more than a funny spectacle. The world isn't like that now.. That was sarcasm. This type of cruelty, and much worse than this still goes on in many parts of the world.

Some History Of Berkswell

Here is some information on the history of Berkswell in the UK, located near Balsall Common, Meriden and Coventry. Apparently, as written on the infographic below, the small shops and tea room are some of the oldest shops in Warwickshire.


The history map also has information on the Church, Bear Inn Public House, old water pump, Cannon, Stocks and The Pound. I left the image quite big so you can read the text when viewed at full size. Apologies for the few lines missing from the bottom about Berkswell Hall.

Old Berkswell Village Water Pump

This is the old water pump located in Berkswell, UK. It was used by people who lived in the village to manually draw / pump water before it was more conveniently supplied direct into homes via pipes. Now the pump stands as a piece of Berkswell history. We don't know how easy we have things these days!




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