Schrik van Rondom


1. "lack of, not" (as in dishonest);  
2. "do the opposite of" (as in disallow);  
3. "apart, away" (as in discard),

tele- meaning "far, far off, operating over distance"
vision c. 1300, "something seen in the imagination or in the supernatural,"

fear (v.) Old English færan "to terrify, frighten," from a Proto-Germanic verbal form of the root of fear (n.). Cognates: Old Saxon faron "to lie in wait," Middle Dutch vaeren "to fear," Old High German faren "to plot against," Old Norse færa "to taunt."
fear (n.)  Middle English fere, from Old English fær "calamity, sudden danger, peril, sudden attack," from Proto-Germanic *feraz "danger" (source also of Old Saxon far "ambush," Old Norse far "harm, distress, deception," Dutch gevaar, German Gefahr "danger")


"We have heard the news about it, and our hands are limp. 
Distress has seized us like a woman in labor.
Don’t go out into the field, and don’t travel on the road, 
because the enemy has a sword, and terror is on every side." 
 Jer 6:24-25

Final Opinion on EMF

Departement Omgeving van de Vlaamse Overheid - Elektrogevoeligheid  "Een algemeen aanvaarde behandelingsmethode bestaat nog niet. In de praktijk blijkt dat cognitieve gedragstherapie het beste resultaat oplevert. Het verminderen van de blootstelling aan straling kan de klachten niet verhelpen."

Flemish government on electrosensitivity: An accepted treatement does not yet exist.  Practice learns that cognitive behavioral therapy has the best results.  The reduction of exposure to radiation cannot alleviate the individual's complaints.