Noel Edmonds thinks death 'doesn't exist' and our biggest threat is 'electro smog'

Noel Edmonds thinks world leaders are wasting time worrying about the wrong issues and says ‘electro smog’ – rather than diseases like HIV, AIDS and Ebola – is mankind’s biggest threat.

The Deal or No Deal star says our problems on earth are caused by an electro-magnetic imbalance around us.

Noel Edmonds says the world’s problems are caused by an electro-magnetic imbalance around us.

What’s more, the beloved TV presenter insists that we are making the situation worse by using electricity, phone signals and Wi-Fi.

‘The biggest problem we have is not Ebola, it’s not Aids, it’s electro smog. The Wi-Fi and all of the systems that we are introducing into our lives are destroying our own natural electro-magnetic fields. All you are is energy, remember that.

‘We’re surrounded by electro mist, fog and smog. We’re covering ourselves in the wrong sorts of electro-magnetism.

‘These idiot politicians who talk about climate change, for goodness sake, do they really think little us can do anything about it? No, of course not.’

Yet he admits to using a piece of electronic kit every day that resets his electro-magnetic field and rids him of stress and makes him look younger.

‘There is a device called an EMPpad and I use it eight minutes a day – it has changed my life.

‘It recalibrates all the blood cells and readjusts the electro-magnetism in your body. Think of a yoga mat, connected to a computer – it provides you with pulsed electro-magnetism. It’s a brilliant technology, it is not cheap, it costs £2,000. It removes pain and reduces stress and people tell me I don’t look 66,’ he added to the Mirror newspaper.

Noel is opening up about his beliefs to promote his new radio station, Positively Happy, and the Noel’s House Party presenter says happiness and positivity intrigue him, and he’ll publish a book next year on the subject, which also goes so far as explaining death.

Noel Edmonds (Ian West/PA)

‘A lot of the mind, body and spirit brigade think you can think your way to being positive, you can’t. It is an important element but if you are physically in a negative energy situation you cannot possibly be healthy.

‘If you want to be happy you need to think of yourself as a container of energy. There is a universal energy, yes of course, it embraces us.

‘When you appreciate this, life becomes a lot more exciting. You don’t live life, life lives you. There isn’t such a thing as death, it’s just departure. You cannot die. It’s been known for a very long time.

‘The energy leaves your container but it has to go somewhere. You cannot destroy energy. My energy will return to where it came from – part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy.’

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He also says negative acts will be balanced out by karma, and used US dentist Walter Palmer, who recently faced a huge online backlash after he killed Cecil the lion, as an example.

Noel says: ‘I regard that as a massive negative. The individual concerned has to have a look at his negativity system. He’s probably very happy destroying life, many others are happy shooting grouse or others snort cocaine and it makes them happy.

‘But don’t forget in the UK every single week children are killed by their parents or carers – let’s have a sense of priority. People who do these things have an imbalance in their energy system. Positivity can be measured scientifically.

‘The man who shot the lion, this is not a threat, this is science, will have karma.

‘Something is going to happen to that guy because what he did was so utterly negative. The energy he poured out left such a big gap, negative energy will pour into him.

‘Every single human being can achieve a perfect vibrational balance between their positive and negative energy. I believe it is possible to retune people.’

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