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Electricity, Cellular Technology and our Connected World: Health, Nature and Spiritual Concerns - with author Madis Senner

Electricity, Cellular Technology and our Connected World: Health, Nature and Spiritual Concerns - with author Madis Senner

The Arts and Literature Division is excited to welcome Madis Senner to the Central Library.  Madis will discuss Arthur Firstenberg's book, The Invisible Rainbow; Dr. Mercola’s book, EMF*D: 5G, Wi-Fi & Cell Phones; and Jean Twenge's, iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy--and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood--and What That Means for the Rest of Us.  These books discuss the research implicating electrical grids and illness, as well as the move to 5th Generation cellular communication networks and the effects this has on our health, nature and our spiritual-intellectual world and awareness.  Is it harder today to find meaning in such a hyper-connected world?  What effect is this connectivity and microwave exposure having on our younger generation?  Are spiritual paths once opened, becoming occluded?  Or, could the cellular revolution improve mankind and help us on our way to a new, benevolent techno-spiritual journey?  Where can we go to seek spiritual calm and physical health in an increasingly interconnected and electrified world?  Madis Senner is a technology and spiritual author based in Syracuse.  He is a frequent lecturer and has authored numerous books on nature, spirituality and technology.  His most recent book, Everything has Karma: learning to embrace our interconnectedness, can be found on Amazon and in the Rochester Public Library collection.  45 minute presentation with question and answer after.  Seating will be 6 feet apart and masks will be required.  Thank you, we look forward to seeing you!

 

(Publicity photo of Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla in December 1899 sitting in his laboratory in Colorado Springs next to his magnifying transmitter high voltage generator while the machine produced huge bolts of electricity.  Photographed for Century Magazine by photographer Dickenson V. Alley.)

Date:
Wednesday, August 18, 2021
Time:
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Central - Kusler-Cox Auditorium
Campus:
Central Library
Categories:
  Department - Arts & Literature  

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