'There's no such thing as death and Wi-fi is a bigger problem than Ebola and AIDS'... Noel Edmonds makes string of bizarre claims in interview

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He is a television stalwart who has spoken openly about his belief in spiritualism and cosmic ordering.

And Noel Edmonds made a series of bizarre claims in a newly unearthed interview from 2015, where he said death does not exist and that Wi-fi poses a greater risk to health than Ebola.

In the chat with The Mirror, the  former Deal Or No Deal? host, 68, waxed lyrical about how bodily energy lives on after death and the perceived dangers of internet, phone signals and electricity to health.

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Alternative: Noel Edmonds made a series of bizarre claims in a newly unearthed interview from 2015, where he said death does not exist and that Wi-Fi poses a greater risk to health than Ebola

Alternative: Noel Edmonds made a series of bizarre claims in a newly unearthed interview from 2015, where he said death does not exist and that Wi-Fi poses a greater risk to health than Ebola

He said: 'There isn't such a thing as death, it's just departure. You cannot die. My energy will return to where it came from, part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy.

'The biggest problem we have is not Ebola, it's not AIDS, it's electro smog. Wi-fi and all the systems we are introducing into our lives are destroying our own natural electro-magnetic fields.'

 'We’re surrounded by electro mist, fog and smog. We’re covering ourselves in the wrong sorts of electro-magnetism.'

Noel famously got into a heated row with This Morning host Philip Schofield in June last year when he claimed he 'tackled' his prostate cancer with a £2,300 yoga mat, called an EMPpad adding that 'stress' and 'outside forces can trigger cancer'. 

Outlook:Noel famously got into a heated row with This Morning host Philip Schofield in June last year when he claimed he 'tackled' his prostate cancer with a £2,300 yoga mat, called an EMPpad adding that 'stress' and 'outside forces can trigger cancer'

Outlook:Noel famously got into a heated row with This Morning host Philip Schofield in June last year when he claimed he 'tackled' his prostate cancer with a £2,300 yoga mat, called an EMPpad adding that 'stress' and 'outside forces can trigger cancer'

Locking horns: His claims were met with anger by Phillip and the show's doctor, Dr Ranj Singh, who said that there is no evidence that a machine can harness the effects of positive energy

Locking horns: His claims were met with anger by Phillip and the show's doctor, Dr Ranj Singh, who said that there is no evidence that a machine can harness the effects of positive energy

His claims were met with anger by Phillip and the show's doctor, Dr Ranj Singh, who said that there is no evidence that a machine can harness the effects of positive energy.

He later reignited his feud with Schofe by tweeting him: '@Schofe -negative people are more vulnerable to serious illness and premature death -source Cambridge Institute & today Harvard University.' 

But Phillip was quick to fire back: '@NoelEdmonds but were they incredibly insensitive and tactless in their delivery of said research?'

Incredulous: He later reignited his feud with Schofe by tweeting him: '@Schofe -negative people are more vulnerable to serious illness and premature death -source Cambridge Institute & today Harvard University' which Phillip branded 'insensitive and tactless'

Incredulous: He later reignited his feud with Schofe by tweeting him: '@Schofe -negative people are more vulnerable to serious illness and premature death -source Cambridge Institute & today Harvard University' which Phillip branded 'insensitive and tactless'

Clearly riled by the response, Noel then spat: 'I posed a question in response to abuse You corrupted the truth and made a fool of yourself. Your ego is larger than your intellect.'

 And Phillip delivered a witty response, questioning: 'must be awful to brood for so long! Are you being negative?'

Ending the dispute, Noel then tweeted: '@Schofe point proved. I rest my case.' to which Phillip fired back: 'thank God for that.' 

Deal Or No Deal? He said: 'There isn't such a thing as death, it's just departure. You cannot die. My energy will return to where it came from, part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy'

Deal Or No Deal? He said: 'There isn't such a thing as death, it's just departure. You cannot die. My energy will return to where it came from, part of a massive, incomprehensible universal web of energy'

Mail Online has contacted representatives for Noel for comment. 

In the past the star has opened up about how he organised his life using cosmic ordering, the process of identifying something you want in your life and placing the order with the cosmos by asking for it.

He also claimed to have been visited by two orbs which he believed were his late parents in 2008. 

Getting what you want: Noel's alternative look on life came after he revealed he organised his life using cosmic ordering , the process of identifying something you want in your life and placing the order with the cosmos by asking for it.

Getting what you want: Noel's alternative look on life came after he revealed he organised his life using cosmic ordering , the process of identifying something you want in your life and placing the order with the cosmos by asking for it.

The star's quirky outlook on life was also showcased last year when he launched a motivational phone service for pets, which forced him to defend himself against claims he had 'lost the plot'.

The father-of-four admitted he's never been conventional, as he told MailOnline: 'Someone accused me of having "gone off the rails" but I’ve never been on them hence the success and happiness I enjoy on a daily basis.'

Noel explained: 'I always have a giggle. Too many people take the living experience too seriously. What's the point of life if we can’t be positive, have fun and make the world a better place?' 

New ventures: Noel will next be seen on the small screen in new shopping gameshow Cheap Cheap Cheap

New ventures: Noel will next be seen on the small screen in new shopping gameshow Cheap Cheap Cheap

The service proved to be an instant hit, with Noel receiving 2,000 email applications in four hours. 

Noel will next be seen on the small screen in new shopping gameshow Cheap Cheap Cheap. 

He is well-known for his stint on Noel's House Party alongside partner-in-crime Mr Blobby.

Telly favourite: The star was a TV hit in Noel's House Party where he was joined by No1 music artist Mr Blobby

Telly favourite: The star was a TV hit in Noel's House Party where he was joined by No1 music artist Mr Blobby

 

 

 

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