Cell tower phobia.
Oh I've got it bad...really bad.
I think it might be my one and only honest-to-goodness diagnosable fear.
And since I held a tarantula in my hand last summer, I think the statement above is quite accurate.
If I'm going to live somewhere, work somewhere, eat somewhere, visit anyone, go to events, etc...I check it out to see if a tower is in the vicinity and if so, how close. If I have to have dealings near one, I feel queasy the entire time till I can get the heck away.
I glare and scowl at each and every tower I pass, and wish serious personal harm against them.
They are ugly and offensive to me, the whole lot of them. I heard about some dude in Australia who stole a tank and used it to try to take some of them out, bulldozer style. My personal hero and what a fine use for a tank, I might add!
I'm really not an irrational person. I've normally got a quite a reasonable approach to life...except for this.
Oh, I'm definitely aware of all the other EMF's zapping into my body as it gets caught in the crosshairs of Wi-Fi zones, cell signals and a bazillion other weird extinction tricks we masochistic humans like to inflict upon ourselves, but hey cell towers are there in plain sight, disrupting my day and being so offensively ugly. No, don't try to soften the blow by painting it pastel blue, you sneaky local supermarket. Now you've got an ugly pastel thing I have to look at and spend my time passing by and despising.
Well, my session's up. Thanks for listening, doc!
I can totally relate, those things are evil!
Someone just sent this link to me on this topic.
"...Some may scoff at electronic mind control, but I tell you, it is just the logical extension of concerted and well financed programs that’ve been going on now for a century or more...it is not even a culmination, this, it is just another step in your forced becoming, your becoming of something inhuman...the perfect slave. Count the antennae! Look around yourselves...and as Mr. T has been know to say: READ Fool! Read as if your very lives depended on it. Because whether you know it or not, they do..."
Lucky, The Boy Genius