Mind Machines : How To Understand Them- How To Build Them - Applying Their Basic Technology
IS THERE SUCH A THING AS A MODERN DAY "WISH MACHINE" THAT CAN MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE IN NO TIME AT ALL? SOME REFER TO SUCH DEVICES IN TERMS OF RADIONICS EQUIPMENT, OCILLOCLASTS, HIERONYMOUS MACHINES - - OR MORE PRECISELY AS "BLACK BOXES" OR POWER RODS. Such devices allegedly use ancient techniques wrapped with the trappings and machinery of the modern era. Others are so seemingly simplistic that you merely have to wave the apparatus in the air to have it be effective. The machines in this unproven but promising field are purported to detect and modulate the life force using numerous arcane principles that have been developed and applied over the course of time. According to retired military intelligence operative Commander X, "Black Boxes" using radionics can be traced back to the early 20th Century, but the technique called radiesthesia quite possibly has its roots as far back as ancient Egypt. Radiesthesia is a branch of the ancient method of finding water called dowsing (water-witching), through hand-held devices such as a forked stick, L-rods and pendulums. SOME CALL IT VOODOO TECHNOLOGY - OTHERS CANNOT PRAISE THIS INVISIBLE ENERGY SOURCE ENOUGH! Experts in this highly controversial field claim to have detected and modulated our life force to grant wishes and to heal the wounded mind and body. Naturally, these devices are not sanctioned or endorsed by the FDA, the medical community or scientists at large. Some have, in fact, called it modern "Voodoo Technology"! Once you set your mind on what you want to achieve, practitioners say it is easy to reach your goals by utilizing one of these devices. Here are descriptions for. . . ** Mind Wheels. ** Electronic Mind Control Machines. ** Crystal Power Rods. ** Interdimensional Medicines. ** Time Travel and Dimensional Technology. Here is information on How to Understand Mind Machines. How To Build Mind Machines. And How To Apply Their Basic Technology.
- Paperback | 68 pages
- 216 x 279 x 4mm | 181g
- 02 Mar 2013
- Global Communications