In the last few years, we've seen a surge in the number of claims that the government is engaging in clandestine high-tech mind control (and also weather modification, generation of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and an X-Files-style collaboration with aliens to gain access to their evil technology). With all of that nastiness happening, it's understandable that your average conspiracy theorist feels like a lamb amongst the wolves.
But not any more. Now, if you are a TI ("Targeted Individual"), someone the government is harassing using HAARP and chemtrails and direct "voice to skull" experiments, there is help available.
Meet the QuWave Defender -- the first device ever invented specifically to protect you from all of this bad stuff. Here's the sales pitch:
ARE YOU CONSTANTLY BEING:The QuWave Defender, the site says, uses "Scalar Waves and Solfeggio Energies to protect Targeted Individuals from Electronic Harassment & Psychotronic Attacks."
If you answered yes to any of the above, then you might be a Targeted Individual, and you might need the QuWave Defender. It can improve your life and make daily living bearable.
- Treated like a Targeted Individual ?
- Attacked by Psychotronic Weapons ?
- Subjected to Psychic Attacks ?
- Subject to Remote Brain Manipulation ?
- Have you been chipped or implanted ?
- Subjected to Electronic Harassment ?
- Exposed to HAARP, ELF, Microwave beams ?
- Subject of Voice to Skull experiments ?
- Subjected to Remote Viewing & Visions ?
- Are you on a TI list being Monitored ?
Whatever the hell that means.
Do you need a QuWave Defender?
Electronic Harassment and other forms of control are designed to leave targets feeling stressed out, disoriented, drowsy, helpless, and paranoid. Targets are left with no one to trust and no one to turn to. This form of harassment uses electronic weapons of various types to remotely torture, control, and physically harm Targeted Individuals over time.So, if you can't see a microchip, it means there's one there.
There are a variety of means that are used remotely to harm and control the targeted individuals. Some of these techniques are: Microwave, Ultrasonic, Laser, and Acoustic weapons such as Voice to Skul [sic] (v2k, v-2-k), which are used remotely to cause a variety of effects on Targeted Individuals. Many victims find themselves implanted with microchips which have become too small for the human eye to see.
How does it work, though? I'm sure that's the question all of you are asking. Simple, the site says:
The QuWave "Defender" produces a Scalar Field specially tuned to protect your body & brain from “Psychotronic Attacks“ and Electronic Harassment from ELF, HAARP, Implants, Microwaves, etc. Also effective defense from Psychic Attacks, Remote Viewing/Manipulation, V2K, Mind Control, etc.It works because it works! Science-y words! Scalar frequency waves! Psychotronic attacks! Stop asking questions!
The Scalar Field interferes with external & internal negative harmful signals.
The Solfeggio Waves convert electronic and psychic attacks to positive energy and strengthen the human Bio-field.
By directly modulating a Scalar Wave with Solfeggio Frequencies, we are able to beam them directly to your sub-consciousness. Directly into your body/brain to restore natural balance, protection, and improve brain waves.
I have to say, though, that every time they mention "solfeggio frequencies" I keep picturing the kids from The Sound of Music singing, "Do, a deer, a female deer, Re, a drop of golden sun..."
Oh, and I should mention at this juncture that they also claim that the QuWave Defender uses orgone energy, which (as far as I understand it) is some kind of universal life force that we all share, and that is released suddenly during orgasm. And one of the benefits reported by "a certain percentage of QuWave Defender users (results may vary)" is "improved loving." So there you are, then.
I picture what these machines supposedly do as being a little like the "shields" in Star Trek. You can't see 'em, and but they're there, protecting you from all sorts of new and unusual threats. Scotty can explain how they work, but his explanations don't mean anything, because three-quarters of the words he uses sound like they were made up on the spot. ("Aye, captain, we've got the alpha subspace polarity oscillators runnin' at maximum gain, but the warp antimatter quantum fields are creatin' pulses of verdion rays, which is gonna make the x-5 Fleegman junctions blow out before the next commercial break if we don't do somethin'...")
Because, after all, ye canna change the laws o' physics.
If you're wondering, by now, how much these things cost, the answer is: a lot. The "Personal Defender," which is small enough to put in your pocket or purse so you can carry it around with you, and even "wear it as a pendant," is $297. The "Tabletop Defender," which looks a little like an iPad and is for protecting your home, is $499. Plus, in both cases, shipping and handling.
You know, I have to admit some grudging admiration for these people. You take an imaginary threat, but one that a lot of people have become convinced of, and then sell them a useless device to protect them from the imaginary threat. It's brilliant, really. And given how well the placebo effect works, I have no doubt that people will report positive results. There is a whole page full of video testimonials, my favorite of which I quote in its entirety below:
Hi, I'm Chris McKim, and I recently purchased a Tabletop QuWave Defender from QuWave. I have the Defender, the Personal Defender, and it worked pretty well, so I decided I was gonna try the Tabletop Defender. And for the last two days, I have not heard a damn voice in my head. It's the first time in about eight years, so that's a nice change of pace. I'm actually thinking about cleaning my house for the first time in quite a while, I know that sounds kinda sketchy, but you know, when your life is shit, you don't give a fuck about where you're living. Excuse my language. But now I do, and I'm gonna clean my house. I think I like it a lot. The lights are on, and that tells me it's working. See? [holds up the device] The lights are on, and that tells me it's working. And best of all, the signs inside me are telling me it's working. So, I highly recommend it. You can return it if it doesn't work. I hope you'll give it a try, because if it makes your life better, it's well worth it. Especially if you buy both of them together, you get a good deal. So, thanks for listening to me. Bye-bye.Well, with a scientifically-controlled study like that, who can argue?
Anyhow, that's our bit of woo-woo weirdness for today. For the record, I'm not going to buy one. I'm not feeling any particular need for protection from the voices in my head, and as far as I can tell I'm not being harassed by HAARP, psychotronic attack, microwave beams, or microchips. Right now, the only one who is harassing me is my dog, who wants his breakfast, and I doubt that the "QuWave Defender" would do a damn thing to help me in that regard.