posted on Feb, 26 2008 @ 10:42 PM
I went to the county fair in Ventura last August, and happened to see a Scientology booth. Curious about what the "hub-bub" was all about, I watched
the scientologists work the crowd. I made a point to return, and did so during one of the concerts. The kid had me sit down, and pick up these two
"toilet paper" rolls, connected by wires to a box. He flipped on the machine (box), and then became distracted by this guy who was asking questions.
While he was looking away, I looked at this meter on the box, and gave these tubes a squeeze....
Now here's the crazy part.......
The meter spiked. Not a big deal, right? Well, I quickly locked my middle finger and thumb, creating a donut around this tube. The guy turned around
and began to ask me about stressful times in my life. I caught on to what he was getting at, and began to get "frustrated" as I described some
"traumatic" events from my past. As the guy watched the meter, he became concerned, and began to turn up the dial on this box. As I went on, he
began to also get frustrated. Finally, as he had fiddled with the knob at least 5 times now, I rested my index finger against the side of the tube,
and it (the meter) really spiked!! He looked at me, and then the box, and asked me if I would come visit them at their home office here in S.B. I said
I would think about it, and walked away.
My point is, what the hey is that all about? I haven't done that thorough of a search, but is this public knowledge? Why would they use this type of
device, a pressure sensor really, to test your need for their religion? I will post a link below, to a pic of their machine.
this is someone else's account of this machine. thought it roved my point.