If you have thought about everyday protection from EMF (from electromagnetic radiation generated by electrical devices, 4G and 5G networks), then most likely you are familiar with protective Quantum Pendant Radioactive or Scalar Energy Pendant.
They are sold under many different names:
- «Anti EMF Radiation Protection Pendant»
- «Negative Ions Energy Pendant Necklace Orgone Pendant»
- «Tourmaline 2300 Negative Ions», etc.
However, in fact, these pendants do not protect against electromagnetic radiation, but on the contrary, they themselves are sources of even more dangerous-ionizing radiation.
For example, there are numerous cases when quantum pendant or Quantum Science pendants purchased on a well-known Chinese Internet site simply could not pass the customs border of Russia . The radiation that came from the pendants was detected by radiation monitoring devices. During the examination, the radioactive substance Thorium-232 was detected in the composition of the products. The level of radioactive radiation of black coulons in some cases exceeded the natural radiation background by 15 times. In addition, they were found to contain radionuclides: Potassium-40, Radium-226.
Customers from this shopping site leave reviews with photos of dosimeters that show an excess of radiation background. In addition, there are many videos on YouTube with measurements of Quantum Pendant Radioactive. Basically, this is where these products go to other stores around the world. By the way, the natural radiation background is 0.11 µSv (microsieverts per hour).
Where did the radiation in the «Anti EMF Radiation Protection Pendant»?
Since we mentioned above about radiological studies of these necklace, we understand that this is the fault of radioactive thorium 232. Therefore, we will look at it in more detail, and find out what the lava has to do with it and what the pendants are made of Scalar Energy Pendant Volcanic Lava.
As the sellers say, these pendants emit ions, they even counted them, they are about 6000-7000 ions.
And they are right about that. For example, home measurements Quantum Pendant Radioactive of the total flux density of gamma, beta, and alpha particles shown 140 micro roentgens per hour (1.4 microsieverts per hour). This is a very large stream of quantum particles.
This stream from Scalar Energy Pendant is ionizing radiation, i.e. a stream of photons, elementary particles, or atomic nuclei that can ionize matter. In turn, ionization of a substance is a process of breaking the bonds between the molecules of this substance. In contrast, non-ionizing radiation (electromagnetic radiation) cannot do this.
Where did the radioactive elements in the scalar pendant come from?
As is known, there are artificial sources of ionizing radiation (nuclear reactor, x-ray, etc.) and natural sources, which include spontaneous radioactive decay of radionuclides.
Meanwhile, radioactive decay is a spontaneous change in the composition or internal structure of unstable atomic nuclei by emitting elementary particles, gamma rays, and / or nuclear fragments.
In other words, radionuclides (radioactive isotopes, radioisotopes) are nuclides whose nuclei are unstable and experience radioactive decay.
Most radionuclides are obtained artificially, but there are also natural radionuclides, which include the following. These are radionuclides with long half-lives (>5 * 107 years, for example, Uranium-238, Thorium-232, Potassium-40) that have not had time to decay since nucleosynthesis during The earth’s existence, 4.5 billion years.
Many of the natural radionuclides are evenly distributed around the globe. And others may, under the influence of various natural processes, concentrate in certain geological formations or in certain types of plants.
For example, some areas of Brazil (Minas Gerais, Espiritu Santo) and India (Kerala), where there are alluvial deposits of monazite Sands, are characterized by an increased natural background of ionizing radiation. In turn, it is due to the high content of thorium and rare earth elements in monazite.
This sand contains grains of the mineral monazite. The color of the mineral itself is variable, from yellow to reddish-brown and from light gray to green to black.
Monazite sand with thorium, from where the ions fly
Thus, monazite Sands (Babylonian Sands of time or thorium Sands) are an important source for extracting radioactive thorium and rare earth elements. The largest marine placers are found in Ceylon and Brazil. There are not only coastal accumulations of monazite (thorium) Sands. They can also be found in non-coastal areas, deep on the mainland, where there are faults in the earth’s crust.
Perhaps therefore the name of the pendant refers to a volcanic stone, with an allusion to the fact that the material for the pendants could have been brought from areas of former volcanic activity containing monazite. However, most likely the name ” Volcanic Lava” is just part of the marketing, due to associations with black volcanic sand on the beaches of Iceland. And here’s why.
Elementary, this is due to economic efficiency, because domestic raw materials are cheaper than imported ones. We know the sad story of the Chinese city of Yangjiang , which was recognized as one of the most dangerous radioactive zones on the planet. The reason for this was the houses built by residents from clay and monazite sand mined nearby in mountainous areas. Therefore the brick that was made using this sand had a high radioactivity.
Where to buy Monazite Powder for energy pendant?
Hence, the conclusion is that most likely Quantum Pendant Radioactive is made of monazite sand or with the addition of monazite powder. By the way, the cost of monazite powder on the Chinese market is around 3-5 dollars per 1 kilogram.
Similarly, these pendants can be ordered in bulk with their own logo and pattern, as well as with packaging at a price of $ 1.20 per piece…
Natural shungite stone pendant vs Quantum Pendant Radioactive
Thus, paradoxically, the pendant that is presented as a protection against electromagnetic waves is radioactive.
It is a generally accepted fact that only the natural mineral shungite containing the allotropic form of carbon, fullerene C60, can absorb EMF radiation. This mineral was found only in Karelia (Russia). More information about the shungite property can be found here.
Maybe these pendants are similar in appearance, but that’s where the similarities end. Above all, shungite pendant is made of solid shungite stone without any foreign impurities. in this photo, the pendant is engraved with a protective mandala Transformation. Other protective shungite mandalas can be found in this section of the site. The Shungite stone is absolutely non-radioactive and can protect against EMF . On the contrary, Quantum Pendant Radioactive are produced on an industrial scale from a mixture of substances that are poured into molds with different patterns. In addition, deliberate deception and possible harm to health should make future owners of such radioactive products wary.
In conclusion, please note that stones and materials such as obsidian and tourmaline, as well as lava stone or epoxy resin, are not able to protect against harmful electromagnetic radiation and radiation.
-  Detection of radioactive pendants and radiological analysis:
-  High natural background radiation areas Yangjiang, China:
-  Shungite stone protect against EMF:
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