By Frik Blaauw
Miracles with the new meter success –
“I had my first session on my e-meter! there was no need for setup of my body to the meter. Nothing! The cans warmed up by themselves! No false TA! Doing six sessions a day will be a piece of cake! There is zero bypassed charge. The meter reads on what I know it should read on in every session! It tells me what’s going on when I feel, think and cognite. now when I finish one session, I count the minutes until I can do another one! I will be completing this level in the appropriate time span. The miracles are enormous.” – CD
The superior E‐METER:‐
“This is a superior e-meter. It’s hard to explain, but the first thing I noticed is that this meter is totally quiet. Not that the quantum was noisy, but it’s a perception that I have of total silece while using the MARK ULTRA VIII. I have no attention whatsoever on the meter. Also, the promo talks about how much clearer the reads are. I am not an engineer, but there was no mistaking that, yes, these reads are definitely notably very clear. There is total certainty with this meter, even down to the TA, and because of that I can just zero in on what tech I need to apply. This is a far superior meter, no doubt.” – S.M.
Success with the new METER:
“The first time I used the MARK ULTRA VIII on a PC, I was seeing everything the promo describes: Total clarity of reads, nothing there on the needle but what the PC was generating, a complete lack of intervention between the PCs mind and what I was reading on the needle. Furthermore, the aesthetics of the meter itself enhance the session. The most important thing about this meter is that it tells you what the PC is doing with his mind. 50,000 times clearer isn’t just a phrase – it’s for real!” – B.T.
Now, if you would open one of these fabuloustic machines, they would resemble something like this: (this one is actually Ken’s old Quantum VII – but much the same –these Japs who made the VIII reduced the wiring and cleaned up the printed circuit boards – all for a cost of $50.)
Now, just as I passed Electrics II at the school for the blind and deaf in Bloemies, they told me about wheatston bridges. Afterall, I wanted to be a ship’s captain and needed to know how steering systems work. (That career didn’t go – our ship sank in dry dock).
Now, check out the battery pack – it’s at the top somewhere. heck the rating and then as Ndombo at the gadget repair shop if that battery will heat up a pair of soup cans with only lead to each… and duck as you ask, ‘cos Ndombo will moer you for being so stupid. But obviously they can if you have the intention there. I mean, here we have it straight from auditor C.D. The cans warmped up themselves! And this guy is on Solo NOTs!
But what I remember from school is that this thing could magnify signals, worked on DIRECT CURRENT. No vibrations, doll. Not even remotely, physically, Bloemis, possible, my china! but no: “I noticed that this meter is totally quiet”, says auditor # 2, Mr S.M. So, I took out my VIII, plugged it in, and all afternoon it just sat there – no noise. WTF?
Then along comes Ms. B.T. (I knows this must be a lady – because of what she now says): “The aesthetics of the meter itself enhance the session!”
That’s when I lost complete control of my muscle tone nearby where they removed my
appendix. After Elma cleaned up, she took me to casualty, re-stitched again, and where I’m writing this on my laptop.
Any offers on my Quantum VII? It has high lifting dipsticks and double divorce pipes, and can switch off real fast.
And if I get hold of this B.T. lady we can make serious tom at NASA – they need
instruments/people that can read 50,000 times clearer on the returning signals from
a certain planet. And then I can pay for my new Bridge!
I’ve got to do this GAT II, man.