English poet and author Lynne Wycherley’s new book, “The Testimony of the Trees”, soulfully responds to the RF-EMF assault on nature and humanity.
This title is the first of its kind, combining poetry with some footnotes and quotes from EMF researchers and scientists. This compilation of 35 poems also includes a few non-EMF poems to help it reach a wider audience.
To purchase “The Testimony of the Trees”:
- In the USA, Canada and most countries, go here: www.centralbooks.com/testimony-of-the-trees.html
- In the UK, go here: www.shoestring-press.com/2018/08/testimony-of-the-trees
Click the image below for a preview of 5 poems from “The Testimony of the Trees“, graciously provided to us by Ms. Wycherley:
Following “Listening to Light: new & selected poems”, Lynne Wycherley’s new volume is a prayer for the living world in the face of dark digital trends. In an age increasingly swallowed up by wireless radiation, corporate greed, and addiction to small screens, embattled trees, children—and even DNA—shimmer with endangered beauty.
Long known as a lyrical poet, and more recently as a science writer, Ms. Wycherley has brought the two dimensions together in her new collection, whose closing poems return us to the spiritual realm of nature that has always been close to her heart.
Ms. Wycherley, who has also written about EMFs in The Ecologist and other journals, is a prize-winning poet who has first-hand experience with EMF symptoms and cancer. She is a health refugee living in Devon, UK.
Ms. Wycherley writes:
“I hope this slim volume will help to raise awareness and, in its healing journey, offer some comfort or companionship to those who are struggling to highlight the dangers of RF-EMFs or who are affected by exposure.”
Lynne dedicates this book to all the precautionary scientists, doctors and activists in this field.
“In this inspiring collection, Lynne Wycherley paints pictures with words that capture the exquisite connections among living creatures and the dangers posed by the unprecedented rising sea of radiofrequency radiation. Her gift to the world, linking the smallest to the grandest, provides uplifting moments of reflection. If we are to create a healthier world for our children, we must set limits on how and where we use technology.”
– Dr Devra Davis, Nobel Prize laureate, Founder/President, The Environmental Health Trust
“Wycherley is a real Renaissance woman. Her poetry will wake you! She has the courage to ask the penetrating questions we should all be asking.”
– Dr Olle Johansson, Professor Emeritus, Karolinska Institute
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