Quasi scientific discoveries attract those that think they are smart… But most quasi-scientific discoveries, most of them, are ineffective, fraudulent, and fake. But they sell well… They appeal the the “I am smart” person, and they appeal to the majority that says: Science knows what they are talking about. But this is, even in so-called real science, is a lie… most what passes for scientific is
1. financed by greed, fueled by greed, either for money or for recognition.
2. simply based on a hypothesis that is not true.
With that said: wanting water that energizes your body, wanting more energy is on everyone’s agenda” the perfect playground for marketeers and charlatans.
I myself energize my water. I fashioned my solution after the Sante Water model, without their equipment, although I used those for 15 years. Today I use a Source energy that makes the water coherent… It is simple, and it is inexpensive.
I haven’t had anyone who didn’t see the difference, but that is not my main source of income… so I am not pushing it.
Ok, onto the Vibrational review: enjoy.
As usual, this review was prompted by a student’s email to me.
After I spent two days in pain from checking out an energy “healer” in California, I was quite scared to expose myself again.
Yesterday I cloaked myself diligently every 30 minutes, and before I fell asleep, and woke up well and without pain. So here is the email and here is the review… interesting.
Good morning Sophie.
Could you please test this guy for me and if his products any good? https://trivortex.com/Andersen.html. My friend has a wellness shop in town and I used to work for her some. A year ago she sold me a Tri-Vibe and a Disc which I don’t use. https://trivortex.com/products.html. Apparently products do something because people report pain disappearing and water tastes better but I have muscle tested it against the body and it makes chakra’s weak and water to me tastes no different. Vortex is very strong I actually feel it. If I put it over my body it makes me dizzy.