It would be interesting to know or at least speculate, whether the mold situation with Lisa Guliani in her repeatedly flooded basement apartment would have been aggravated through EMF radiation in that building, as it certainly could have made the mold more toxic from what I gather out of your post.
It seems like it could be the case -- I don't know if Lisa has a good idea what the EMF environment was like in her old apartment, although I suspect that most apartment complexes are probably pretty saturated with WiFi; my neighbor (the person I mentioned above with dysautonomia) has full WiFi and cordless phones. Her initial exposure to the mold was several years ago, but there could still be something volatile that's been lingering in her system. I asked her about the mold because when I talked to her last week, she was starting to have symptoms in one of her feet with numbness, tingling, pricking pains, and discoloration that was going between purple and red -- very similar to what Lisa described, and in the next couple of days it spread to the rest of her extremities to various degrees. She had never connected the exposure to black mold with the onset of her condition.
EMF-induced pleomorphic changes might help explain some of the bizarre symptoms of EMF sensitivity.
It might -- there doesn't seem to be a general consensus about how to interpret pleomorphic observations since nearly no one
studies it, but enough people since Béchamp have observed similar phenomena that I think there has to be something going on there -- whatever these things are, they seem to be indigenous to our bodies and quite sensitive to their environment, in ways that can either help or hurt us.
AFAIK, Rife's RF treatments consisted of carefully tuned CW RF (tones) - changing the pathogenic nature of the "invaders", and curing the disease. Compare this to our EMF environment - pulsed wideband aggravation.
Yes -- and if you happen to be interested in reading more about it, there's some documentation here