BEFORE YOU SAY IMPOSSIBLE... by Cathy D. Slaght
It still boggles the mind, for most, how the SRC4U, or any quantum device, could "do anything". The SRC4U, for example, is designed to clear lower vibratory stress patterns, and, as a result, raise voltage. It actually does this by sending the energy of virtual qigong into the energy field of the recipient.
On the other hand, there's no argument about the significance of voltage. Science validates that we're "electric", and that low voltage resonates with various diseases. Researchers are even experimenting with "zapping" cells, trying to raise voltage and kick start the body's self-healing mechanisms.
But when we attempt to do this with quantum energy, most can't comprehend how it could be possible. First, you can't "see" or "feel" anything. Second, it's all done from a distance. For example, people in the daily energy group are all over the country (one in England) and the work is done from St. Petersburg Florida.
But quantum laws and physical laws are different.
So yesterday I ran across a book, Mind Machines You Can Build by Harry Stine that may be enlightening. Stine is a physicist turned engineer who set out to prove that quantum devices violated the laws of physics and could not possibly work.
He ended up saying "I don't know how or why, but they work". He risked his reputation when he wrote his book. But as a scientist, he said "this is not about blind faith." So, his book is, literally, a collection of "how to" instructions to build your own gadgets.
Simply follow his instructions, build your own device, and test it for yourself.
There are 8 devices in the book:
1. Detector Rods
3. The Energy Wheel
5. The Hieronymous Machine
6. Symbolic Machines
7. The Symbolic Hieronymous Machine
8. The Wishing Machine
To go to the trouble of making your own machines, he says, you need enquiring minds and an open outlook on the Universe. This is not, he emphasizes, for mystics, or those who dabble in the occult. This is science.
The machines in the book are fascinating. Most are easy to build.
Tomorrow there will be more information. But, I want to tell you about Scribd.com, which is where I found the book. Scribd.com is just 8.99 a month and you can find and read almost any kind of book- fiction and non-fiction, obscure or best sellers. Documents, also, are there.
I do a lot of reading and this has been a major find for me. I'm not affiliated with them- in other words they don't pay me to promote their site. However, they make an offer that's interesting. If I invite any new subscriber, that person gets two months free subscription!
That should give you plenty of time to read Stine's book! You may even want to continue your subscription- I love this site, it has all kinds of information on anything you can think of.
So, if you'd like an invitation to try out scribd.com, email me - firstname.lastname@example.org- and I'll have them send you an invite.
If you're in the group, you're already getting stress management daily via quantum energy. But, you still may want to read this book and make a device or two of your own.
And - for the skeptics- if there are quantum devices that might actually "work"- if you could get remote stress management- wouldn't you want to learn more? After all, stress is the #1 killer.
Or will you take the easy way out and say " It just can't work"
Information for Daily Energy Clearing Group- Etheric, not physical
Cellular compatibility - 97% !
Etheric field(s) charged with:
flowing with the present moment
Liquid peptide complex 19
business sequence # taken from the Russian knowledge
Yerba Mansa root
Buyers look for a home to live in
- know how to use money
restore biophysical fields
Transformation of something negative to something positive
Fulvic Acid Mineral Complex
proper processing of information
Change Negative Belief Structure and Patterns
Increase My Good Fortune
Change Skeptical Belief Structure and Patterns
Cocktail- SSTTTP (teeth)
1. SRC4U Recharger
2. SRC4U Acupuncture Panel
Words to Ponder- Life is so much simpler when you tell the truth.
Cathy D. Slaght