That's a bunch of overpriced stuff that might work on a metaphysical level and identifies a harassed person from a long distance, but it doesn't
stop the cause of the problem that the EMF sensitive and targeted individuals have.
I was going through some TI problems where I used to live and realized it was something a blanket or a cap couldn't fix; probably a combination of
expanded minds, sorcery, and actual mobster (illicit substances like fumes which might hurt the mind) harassment and wiretapping (hi NSA) was the
culprit, with natural stress from past traumas. At the time I was so hopeful thinking if I only spent enough money on shielding I'd get that pot of
gold of peace of mind at the end of the rainbow, but it's just going to make someone broke and socially ostracized when you have to ground your
blanket and wear your metal longjohns with steel wool in your underwear before you go to bed at night.
Now the metal paint and room shielding, I can believe that because governments do that and it does block cell phone signals so it could block other
signals too. Too bad it's so expensive, and it's black paint which needs lots of treatment over that to hide it, so you can't take it with you
when you move, and there are still the windows to deal with. The idea of an EMF tent is believable too but it has to be so leak-proof that you'd
need a motor for air circulation or you'd suffocate.
I've found that the polyester and synthetic textiles are a conductor of the negative waves, not an insulator, so maybe they'd work as a
mini-frequency faraday, letting the waves pass over the individual, if nothing was touching them, but that's not the case with the clothes.
Sometimes for some people, it works if they believe it works. If they think they need a special hat, go for it. I think a better investment may be
an attorney to run to about suspicious things for a case of personal injury, instead of a hat. A hat doesn't defend you from a kidnapping ring or
other trouble makers who might be preying on the mentally insecure, is my point. (and neither does law enforcement when there isn't enough
The whole idea of "tin" as the foil in the hat goes back to the properties of alchemical metals.
Source: The Healing Power of Metals
Tin people are the theorizers; even when there is nothing to think about... They might be accused of having a suspicious mind and of seeing things
that aren't there...
So it's a weird way to be gullible to put on a hat like that, advertise the disposition.
Copper in your socks to kill germs is one thing but those clothing shields don't seem to be beneficial.