Agnes Ingvarsdóttir founder of Mast-Victims

30-09-1944 — 23-12-2018


Tributes

I was very sorry to hear the sad news about Agnes dying. Agnes was a pioneer advocate for EMF safety, who I greatly respected and appreciated. I became sick with microwave illness in 2004. I learned about part of my problem being caused by ground current electricity but it took a couple more years to understand how phone antennas and other antennas were causing me such harm. In those early days there was little information available about the adverse health effects of microwave radiation. I was lucky to find Agnes (and your) site 'Mast Victims' which helped me to understand and then protect myself from this awful new pollution. Following Agnes's example, myself and others in Ontario, Canada formed the organization WEEP weepinitiative.org . I became the editor of WEEP News and for the next few years was often in contact with Agnes by e-mail. She would send me news that she had found (usually in Europe) and I would send her news that I had found (mostly in North America). I am sure that Agnes's advocacy and environmental work has helped many thousands of people. You can be very proud that she was a pioneer and a leader in the fight to see EMF safety.

My condolences
Martin Weatherall
Co Director WEEP
CANADA

I'm so very sorry to hear! I've communicated with Agnes many times and appreciated her work very much. At least she no longer suffers from the insanity of this world. She will be missed. I will say a prayer for her today.
I'll do a post on facebook on We Are The Evidence's page.
My condolences to you and your family.
May she Rest In Peace.
Sincerely,

Dafna Tachover
Human Rights Attorney
Founder of We Are The Evidence.
ISRAEL / U.S.A.

The words hit me like a bullet. I am so very sad to hear of the news. Agnes was a true warrior I am so upset to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time and in the same breath sending out blessings for such an honourable and noble life - she helped so many people feeling at their lowest ebb.

Deep regards
Velma Lyrae
UNITED KINGDOM

I felt my heart sinking hearing this very sad news. I am so sorry for your loss and truly grateful to your Mum for all her work to make the world a better place. God bless.

Eileen O'Connor
Director
EM Radiation Research Trust
www.radiationresearch.org
Trustee
PHIRE
phiremedical.org
Board Member
International EMF Alliance
www.iemfa.org
UNITED KINGDOM

I am very sorry to hear such bad news. I have been in touch with Agnes since she became ill from the tower that was placed near your home.
SHE WILL BE MISSED and VERY HARD to replace!!

Love,
Robert Riedlinger
Also a victim of cell tower poisoning
British Columbia
CANADA

Really sorry to hear this news. Our thoughts and blessings are sent to you.
She certainly left a helpful legacy of raised awareness in wider public perception of the seriousness of the issues.

Alasdair & Jean Phillips.
Powerwatch UK
www.powerwatch.org.uk
UNITED KINGDOM

Sorry to hear the bad news — thanks for letting me know.
I worked with her and she was a good ally.
My sincere condolences and sympathy to you and the rest of her family

JOHN TOMMY ROSAS
TRIBAL ADMINISTRATOR
TRIBAL LITIGATOR -TATTN JUDICIAL # 0001
TONGVA ANCESTRAL TERRITORIAL TRIBAL NATION
www.tongvanation.org
U.S.A.

I'm so sorry for your loss and ours. Agnes has left her mark in history through her work that will always be remembered.
Much love and respect to you and your family,

Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe
Founder of PHIRE (Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment)
phiremedical.org
Trustee Radiation Research Trust (RRT)
www.radiationresearch.org
UNITED KINGDOM

This makes me so sad. I am sending my deepest condolences to you and your family. Your mom was a heroine to many. Her tireless work on this issue will never be forgotten.

Liz Barris
The Peoples Initiative
thepeoplesinitiative.org
U.S.A.

I am so sorry for your loss, Agnes was a wonderful and dedicated person, she will be missed by all of us.
My very best wishes

Phillip Watts
UNITED KINGDOM

I am so sorry to hear this. I am sorry for your loss of your beloved mother. I am grateful for all that you and your mother have done to share knowledge about this important issue.

Kind regards,
Mona Nilsson
Journalist
SWEDEN

I was very sorry to hear about Agnes. You have my sincerest sympathy.

Kind regards,
Michael Bevington
Electrosensitivity UK
www.es-uk.info
UNITED KINGDOM

I'm so very sorry to hear about your Mum, she was a wonderful lady. I was totally shocked to get your email, Agnes was the sort who seemed she'd go on forever, always so upbeat despite all that she'd gone through. My condolences to you and your Dad. I'm one of many, many people who will never forget your Mum. She has done SO much to raise awareness of this iniquitous issue and the misinformation spread by so many in influential positions to try and prevent resistance to this potentially deadly technology. Thanks to her, and others like her, those people will never have their own way completely — and one day the truth WILL be clear to everyone. Thank you also for your brief obituary — I was glad to be able to read it.

With all very best wishes,
Dr. Grahame Blackwell
Transfinite Mind
transfinitemind.com
UNITED KINGDOM

Jag är väldigt ledsen att läsa detta käre Henrik. Din mamma var alltid ett föredöme och en stor källa till både kunskap samt tröst och stöd. Hon var - och är - definitivt en person som aldrig skall glömmas eller lämna oss. Jag beklagar din sorg. Livet är så hårt ibland.

Olle Johansson, associate professor.
SWEDEN

I am so sorry to hear about Agnes, and I just want you to know that she is very deeply loved and will always be remembered here. I have just been compiling some stories and so many times, the only place I can still find an article is on mast-victims. It is the most valuable resource we have, so please know that we use it all the time and I hope it will stay up as a memorial to your mom.
I hope you are all OK.
All the very best

Yours,
Karl Muller
Journalist
Kingdom of Eswatini
SOUTH AFRICA

Very sad news indeed.
So sorry.
Agnes was a good friend of Microwave News and I will always appreciate her good work.
I am sure this is a most difficult time for you and I wish you strength to continue without her support.

All my best,
Louis Slesin
Editor, Microwave News
microwavenews.com
U.S.A.

I'd like to express my condolences.
Agnes was an admirable, inspirational woman. I lost my mother as a teenager so I know the depth of your loss.
MY sorrow led me to the conclusion that at least she was safe and nothing could hurt her again. I hope that thought brings you consolation.
May she rest in peace.

Kindest of regards,
John Weigel,
Journalist
IRELAND

Agnes worked so hard on behalf of people being harmed by by the effects of phone masts and other devices. She will be remembered by many EHS people for her work and kindness. My thoughts are with you at this sad time,

Margaret White
UNITED KINGDOM