Hands Off! Don’t Touch the Pregnant Woman’s Belly

Posted: November 4, 2013 by rainbowwarriorlizzie in Uncategorized

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Hands Off! Don’t Touch the Pregnant Woman’s Belly

Street Democracy writes:

Pregnancy is a sacred period of time for a woman to be in. As emotional as it can be, her tummy, her womb is most sacred and no stranger has any right unless given clear and concise permission to touch, lay their hands upon or pat her belly. It for is a no go area, knowing how precious an unborn baby is.

Sound and atmosphere are equally important. Do not put mobile phones, lap tops and iPads upon your belly during pregnancy. The whole gestation period is important and we need to also be aware of white noise, of microwave radiation and radiation in general.

WIFI and all wireless contraptions all are convenient pieces of technology but cordless phones, wireless headphones all admit radiation frequencies we don’t feel or know are there. They go right through us.

Being pregnant is loosing its sacred place in society…

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