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advice on areas without cell phone connection in Europe or Canada

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I am no sure this is the right place to post this, but I would like to know how to search for areas where there is no cellphone connection. I do use computers, but with cables, but would prefer to stay in an area without reception for health reasons. I am from Europe, but have also plans to visit Canada for some extended time. Countries in Europe that could be interesting are Germany, Sweden, Spain, Portugal. But I might also be opened to other suggestions...
Maybe some of you know of some areas ...? And if there are some people out there looking for something similar ("radiation free area"), please contact me. Thanks!
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Location: Worcestershire, England
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There was an article recently about a village in Wales called Staylittle that had only just got a phone mast. I am sure there are some other places in Wales and Scotland too, like some bothies or the church in this article:Off grid places to stay
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hi, i read your thread and find it super interesting.  i just found an AMAZING hero in Ashland, MA who is leading the charge on educating the public and legislators about cancer-causing cellphone radiation, and radiation from other wireless devices.  watch her series on youtube -- the video has an incredible list of links to studies and articles, including a recent study released from the USA National Toxicology Program who was commissioned by the FDA to study wireless radiation (non thermal).  she links to a "spin vs. fact" sheet on the study which contains the link to the actual findings that show...cell phone radiation causes brain cancer and other health problems.  full study to be released in 2018.  
  all of Cece's videos are amazing.
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Location: ireland
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hi lana,

have similar aversion to electro smog, we spent some time on this important issue you raise

can only speak for ireland, im sure its possible to get maps of mast locations in other countries such as, then you can be sure your at least not near a mast,

getting locations with no coverage at all will be more difficult, most will be remote areas, you will see that coverage map for ireland is mostly all blanked out

otherwise its possible to use a pendulum, i use an electrosmog index 0-100% to assess areas/houses remotely,

even when no electro smog there still may other issues such as geopathic stress and negative entities,

we spent sometime looking for vacation locations with optimal energy, not easy to find,

we never stay in hotels cause wifi, just rental houses with good energy in wild coastal locations, offshore islands are our favourite

overall better to have an energy tool, that boosts your own biofield, you carry everywhere as its difficult to avoid exposure all the time,

not a fan of faraday cages they do work but restrict the astral body at night  
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