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To 5G or Not To 5G?
That’s the trillion dollar question

The Gaia Code

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“5G is a symptom of our disconnection from Mother Earth and the natural way of life. This film comes at an important moment in time as we have the choice to gravitate towards healing and reconnection. The alternative is self-destruction.”

- Jarmbi Githabul, Original Custodian Northern Rivers, Australia

In the beginning, there was Mother Earth. Then the technology came and took over the world. Evocative and visually arresting, ‘The Gaia Code’ delves into the multifaceted effects of smart phones and 5G, the next generation of wireless technology.

The film touches on the impact of devices on our health, wellbeing and privacy through digital surveillance and the Internet of Bodies, leaving us with a knowing that our reckoning is yet to come.

‘The Gaia Code’ also reminds us that when we live in harmony with ourselves and with the Earth, we better understand ourselves and our purpose in the world. We can then take responsibility for the role that we play in our community and become truly empowered - individually and collectively.

The Power is in Your Hands!

The power
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