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originally posted by: Bedlam
Ah, OP. If you want to be sure you are not taken unwillingly, you need two of the fine products from TomCo.
Blue-B-Gone, and GreyAway. Both of these are all-natural, organic, herbal based spray products. The can itself has a holographic UniverseChip made from rock harvested from Stonehenge, based on sacred geometry and frequencies, and is charged with the forces of Light by a Shaman of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee people. It activates the repelling herbs in the formula.
Sprayed in the area you wish to protect, either product will instantly repel any attempt by either Blue Doctors or Greys for up to 24 hours. And such a bargain, at only $24.99 a can!
originally posted by: EA006
originally posted by: PlanetXisHERE
a reply to: NatTx
Has she tried any of the suggestions made in the OP?
What is the active ingredient of dragon's blood soap? Why do aliens not like this?
Dragons blood soap?
This is a real thing?
The “ancient” dragon’s blood comes from two types of monocot plants: tree species of the genus Dracaena family of Ruscaceae and rattan palms of the genus Calamus Daemonorops of the Arecaceae family.
Dracaena species are producing D. draco (Madeira, Canary Islands, Cape Verde and Morocco), D. tamaranae (Gran Canaria) and D. cinnabari (Socotra). There are other lesser known species (D. schizantha, D. and D. ombet serrulata) which are distributed in semi arid mountainous regions around the Red Sea. Probably also been exploited for their blood, but little is known about it.
The “new” dragon’s blood comes from Latin, and is obtained from several species of the Croton and Jatropha from the Euphorbiaceae family, and the genus Pterocarpus of the legume family. The different varieties were used by American Indians and were incorporated into the Western pharmacopoeia after the discovery of the New World. So given the same name, although sometimes with variations such as “Sangre de grado”, “Sangrado” or “Sangregado”. Names that apply equally to the plant and the product.
Can you "alien proof" a person or room?
If not, set up hidden cameras and if there is a substance the buggers can't get through, make a net out of it and pop it over one!
make a net out of it and pop it over one!
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
The only foolproof way to prevent alien abduction is to set up a camera. For some reason (I can't imagine what that reason may be), no abductions ever seem to occur in the presence of a camera...