Radionics, Radionic Potentisers and Subtle Energy Technology, submitted by Rollface. Wow! What a site! The author and resident genius declares the following:
This little device can make literally thousands of different vibrational remedies from names of substances or descriptions spoken into it, which may include Homeopathic Remedies, Flower and Gem Remedies, even descriptions of illness symptoms, each device making the equivalent of at least $40,000 worth of Remedies, and this includes medications which would be impossible to obtain anywhere else!
Roughly translated, this means "talk into my garage door opener which costs you over $400." Whatever, that's an awesome deal no matter how you look at it! And if you had any doubts as to its effectiveness, look no further!
Question: How do I know if the gadget really works? Answer: Most people who work with vibrational medicine find at some time it helps to be able to dowse, usually with a pendulum, or to use muscle testing to find out if a remedy helps. If you can dowse with a pendulum ask it, "Does the Voice Potentiser work"? If you cannot please ask someone to dowse the question for you. I ask you to take on trust that this device is all that it is claimed to be, and I am certain you will not be disappointed!
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