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Originally posted by TheBandit795
Of course I am using my brains. I've been skeptical of this from the beginning and have been researching for myself what these kinds of material are all about and if they are real or not. Every time I even mention the subject here on ATS, I get bashed by people who don't even have the slightest idea of what I'm talking about and don't even bother to find out for themselves. Consider this the last time I ever mention magick, manifesting, radionics or anything similar ever again on ATS. It's not worth it, and I don't care anymore.
Originally posted by Juanita
Bandit, I have to give you props for responding to the diverse responses as well-mannered as you did. Skepticism is one thing, but when it becomes rude and jugemental in turns into something else.
I have heard of different ideas related to this nature, but I never knew there was a software program that was built to manifest thought into reality.
There is a power w/in our own minds to do such, but the doubt and uncertainty is a form of magik in and of its own. For something to manifest through thought, there can't even be a shadow of a doubt.
All in all, I think that if such a program could really do this, no one would ever find true happiness. They would all be using this to get what they want at no cost to others and would cause even more of a downfall to the human race - furthering our split w/ our true nature of existence.
The 'safeguard' is that you had better make sure you have only the best thoughts and intentions on your desire/wish or you will suffer the consequences of using a power you are not ready for, yet. (As in the case of the couple involved in the car wreck)
Anyways Bandit, be careful what you wish for.....Be REAL careful w/ forced magik.
Originally posted by Netchicken
If this was just a "believe what you want" concept then I wouldn't care about it.
However this is a scam selling a program, that takes it out of the wishy washy "You believe what you want" type of environment into "This is a product that claims to produce an outcome".
As a result BECAUSE it markets itself as a program, it is OPEN to critique.
This thread would not have been here if it had been made by anyone else, we are promoting a product that is blatently a scam. Particularly in the Science forum.
When someone tries to get money out of the gullible then they open themselves to critisism and attack, especially if the grounds are as fraudulent as this is.
If you believe this, and are too afraid to challange the promoters then I have a magic toothbrush, every time I brush my teeth it connects to the ether and grants me my wishes. I will give you the first toothbrush free, but this is just a simple version, a multi colored version with twice the transmitting power is available for only $300.
This is no joke, I was wishing that someone would empty the dishwasher this morning when I was using my magic toothbrush, and sure enough when I went back into the kitchen it was empty!!!
THIS is the level of scam that you are defending.
Originally posted by TheBandit795
Nope... I disagree 100%. And I'm 100% dissapointed in most of the reactions I've gotten so far. Making false accusations against me by people I respect and trust.
Originally posted by mrdependable
"Wow if this trial program gives me what I want why not pay the $695 for the program with the whole set of symbols/features???? I know it works so please take my money."