Hilarious. Are you "John Pinil" selling old cd-players to poor people with even less connection to the real world?
Recent advances in neurotechnology have shown that brain stimulation is capable of treating neurological diseases and brain injury, as well as serving platforms around which brain-computer interfaces can be built for various purposes.....
A portion of our initial work has been supported by the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Army Research Laboratory (ARL) where we have been working to develop methods for encoding sensory data onto the cortex using pulsed ultrasound.
The alpha-wave frequency of the human brain is from eight to twelve hertz (cycles per second). The ionospheric wave guide oscillates at eight hertz, making it a good hannonic carrier of low-frequency sound (LFS) waves. These are such long waves that they are virtually impossible to detect Pentagon reports apply LFS to demobilizing the productive capacity of a civilian population in time of war
Subjected to ultrasonic or very-low-frequency sound in hannony with alpha rhythms, an entire population might be lulled into a state of drowsiness by the unperceived waves, and radio and television - the normal channels of mass hypnosis -- could implant suggestions to control the behavior of entire nations.
Originally posted by pheonix358
Ok, so I taped a powerful neodymium magnet to my forehead. I must say that I look like a dork. What do I do now?
I also sent an 8Hz signal through my subs, yes they go that low! I put a picture of god on the ceiling. Nothing happened. What gives?edit on 15/1/2013 by pheonix358 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Starcrossd
As someone who has wrestled with opening the 3rd eye, this interests me! I have had instances in which it was opened, but can't control it or keep it open. Did you find a place on the site that shows the cost? I noticed the other machine he mentions is 400$ (gulp!) Not doable for me I'm afraid. It'd be great if we could rent one for a month or so!
Originally posted by deadeyedick
reply to post by dominicus
Have you came across any specs for the voltage required.
I think i have found a device but i can't find the leads and contacts.
I then noticed that the frequencies were all in the audio range and the amplitude was a lot less than a CD player produced (although the voltage needed was too high and the current needed was too low). ...
By then using an adapter I could raise the voltage, lower the current and thereby produce an identical pulse to what the original machine did (with all it's confusing dials).
How does it work? If the patient wants to stimulate say their endorphine network, then they just put the headset (glasses) on with saline solution wetting down the contacts at the temple. They push the on button, then they go to the track on the CD corresponding to Endorphins (94 Hz) and turn up the volume until they feel a tingling behind their ears.