Black Diode Fast-Path Brane-Power Amulet and other Beta wave-blocking devices

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Rick Crammond writes:

Beautiful black diode Beta Blocker Amulet designed to dissipate offending Beta brain waves which allows the psychic-intuitive Alpha, Theta, and Delta waves to predominate. Explore alternate realities and parallel worlds.

Developed by EJ Gold, these unique works of art and science contain an actual working crystal diode radio circuit that has been specially tuned to resonate with the individual who uses one. All units come pre-tuned and ready to go. No batteries required. Inductive tapes and training available.

Only $250, plus shipping.

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There are also these Pocket Blocker Beta Blocker models with stylish carrying cases for half the price.

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But really, why dabble with entry level? Go right for the $1,850 Beacon AutoMapper:

BEACON AUTOMAPPER TWIN WAVEFORM PUP Recovery System uses twin dual-reciprocal frequency-phase-shift waveform processors with a common antenna-ground which stream into a wave-reduction combinant modified by the body through high-resonance jewelry-grade copper wrapped crystal double probes which include the body in the circuit, making it a waveform-modifier and attunement to the exact “key” waveform of the next-nearest “hottest” Parallel Universe Persona.

I don’t even own one of these devices and already they’ve made me happier.

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14 Responses to Black Diode Fast-Path Brane-Power Amulet and other Beta wave-blocking devices

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have a DVD called “What the Bleep? Down the Rabbit Hole” composed entirely of customers for this device — a few hundred 60-second interview clips, designed to be listened to in random order, (they call this “Quantum Mode” of course) with mostly B-list (tho not necessarily bad) actors.

    It’s all about things like: synergy, science-as-mysticism, homeopathy, water-is-magic-crystals etc.

    Their attempts to use much-lauded DVD features: A+
    The sheer aggressive expressionism: A-
    The actual words coming out of their mouths: D-

    It’s like *owning* a traffic accident!

  2. jimkirk says:

    “Jewelry-grade copper”. Is that better than high purity, low oxygen, cryogenic processed mono-crystalline audiophile copper?

    And the “Black diode”. Looks to me like a 1N60 Germanium diode. I prefer a 1N34A or a 1N270 for retro beta-blocking, but in this day and age, Schottky is the way to go!

  3. AirPillo says:

    The funny thing is that of the people gullible enough to buy these, there will be a subset stupid enough to buy one and then take it with them on an airline flight.

    An hilarious battle between sects of the misinformed will ensue.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Awesome! only somebody who doesn’t know the difference between “induction” and “introductory” could have written this copy:

    an actual working crystal diode radio circuit that has been specially tuned to resonate with the individual who uses one. All units come pre-tuned and ready to go.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Will it work through an aluminum-foil hat, as worn by a large percentage of the presumptive buyers?

  6. gogsy1999 says:

    “BEACON AUTOMAPPER TWIN WAVEFORM PUP Recovery System uses twin dual-reciprocal frequency-phase-shift waveform processors with a common antenna-ground which stream into a wave-reduction”

    I think they’ve taken this straight out of an episode of Voyager

  7. DSMVWL THS says:

    Will it reverse the polarity of my neutron flow?

  8. technogeek says:

    We’ll be delighted to help you explore the parallel worlds of gullibility and poverty…

    (They aren’t even attractive or well made. Though I must admit that they’ve at least made a pretense at consistency in the appearance of the circuit so they’re not going to get tripped up by “hey, why are these two piles of scrap electronics different if they’re supposed to do the same thing”)

    #1: They’re asserting that all individuals produce beta at the same frequencies, because that’s their definition of beta, after all.

    My response to this sort of thing is always to hit them with “If one accepts that it can do something at all, there’s the risk it can do something harmful. Where are your side-effect studies? Can we sue you if we suffer a wave of bad luck or headaches or….?”

  9. strider_mt2k says:

    The only problem with the design is that they’ve shunted the primary phase coil.
    This inverts the field.

    Noob mistake.

  10. phisrow says:

    Go go gadget nonsense!

    It looks like somebody has fallen very far down the rabbit hole of nonsense “energy” woo. Why won’t vitalism die already?

  11. pecoto says:

    Yeah…but what I really want to know is what this will do for my midichlorian count..

  12. kc0bbq says:

    What if you’re the one person in existance that doesn’t have delta brainwaves?

  13. MrfixitRick says:

    Um, the primary coil is supposed to be shunted.
    It’s because the circuit doesn’t require earphones, and is based on other than pure electronic theory.

    There are biofeedback and psychic elements of the “Beta Blocker” products, (and of all great art, for that matter) that get ignored by most people. Mr Gold is sincere and a pioneer in biofeedback and consciousness studies.

    As for me, I force the Beta Blocker to do strange and unusual things. Who knew this crystal radio could discern at least 15 shades of grayscale on a computer screen, detect laser from far away, and act as a microphone?

    Folks can look at a playlist of my weird experiments with the Beta Blocker Radio at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=AFEC01FF72B51D45

  14. nutbastard says:

    “that has been specially tuned to resonate with the individual who uses one. All units come pre-tuned”

    So it’s specially tuned to me before i even see it? Wowwwwwww these guys ARE psychic!

    FWIW (literally) I see about 30 cents worth of electronics there, soldered by a complete amateur (notice the big solder balls – sloppy, should’ve done a nice lap joint)

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