Meditation on Radiation

Posted by on Sep 14, 2010 in 2010, Choken Word, Science

I worked daily with you.
I took out your trash.
No clue my cells were mutating.
Dancing within your microscopic view.

You surely courted them anew.
Sold them a truth I did not know.
Giving me a tumor inside my head.
Changing the direction of my life’s thread.

No longer able to focus on the mundane
My life was forced to merge into the fast lane.
Two brain surgeries and a year of chemo ago.
I stand here asking where do I go?

Your invisible energy entrusted so.
Now you sit up on your mountain top
Waiting for the next victim to adopt.
Your lesson is that we all fear death.

That it can end as quickly as one deep breath.
To always follow the next step.
To focus deeply on love and watch it grow.
To always look inward and let it go.

Now I’m left with a huge mass and an empty hole
Where your energy probed.
You raped my brain and set me aglow.
Your frequency is everywhere, that much I know.

Radiation, I accept you into my life and data flow.

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  1. Yvonne
    September 15, 2010

    Byron, you continue to amaze me with your creative response to a situation that others can’t even begin to imagine dealing with. I’m continuing to keep you and yours in my thoughts and prayers and believing for more miracles in your life…

    -Y

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  2. Infiniversal John
    September 15, 2010

    Thanks for letting us see inside your head! The footage was interesting too! Or was that brainage?

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  3. Infiniversal John
    September 15, 2010

    Aye, radiation, light… tis everywhere.

    Even my cells may be talking to eachother with pulsating near-infra red light:

    http://www.basic.northwestern.edu/g-buehler/eyes.htm

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  4. universaltron
    September 15, 2010

    Radiation tis everywhere. Definitely everywhere. And in many forms. We need not be afraid when it gives us disease. This is only part of having these simple fleshy bodies. We have no way of protecting ourselves from the energy that we use, surrounds us and continue to perfect.

    I believe my pollution happened when I worked as a Satellite Communication Operator Maintainer in the Army. I worked around high frequency RF energy. I babysat two 50 and 32 foot diameter satellite antennas. I took their trash out. That’s where that line came from. I read their meters making sure they received enough of the vitamins and minerals they needed in order to continue to be viable players in the huge communication ping pong game in the sky.

    There were days when I’d walk in a room and all the hair on my arms would stand up. I would have no idea why. All the men who work around this technology have girls. My wife and i have had two girls. We used to laugh that if you did a meter reading wrong either your arm would get blown off or you’d get a brain tumor. I guess I got the latter. Hooray!!!

    Thanks Yvonne. I appreciate the support and kind words. It is good to know you are out there. Glad you enjoyed the footage Infiniversal John.

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  5. Infiniversal John
    September 16, 2010

    Thanks for the extra info Universaltron. Everyone having girls, and the hair standing up is very interesting.

    I think there are things we can do to protect ourselves from the many sources of radiation we interact with. Eating high quality fresh foods, regular exercise, good sleep, fresh air, clean water, and managing stress, are a few of the ways to vitalize a body and mind and increase capacity to handle reasonable amounts of radiation exposure. Unfortunately, many occupations seem to have involved unreasonable amounts of radiation exposure, and hopefully that is changed.

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