Mar 16, 2014
In my pursuit to find a product that I can cheaply manufacture, that incorporates both my love of crystals and semiprecious gemstones with my artistic drive and sincere will to provide people with a service and product that resonates positively with me and my moral compass I stumbled upon orgone energy and what is known as orgonite. An orgonite is essentially just metal shavings and quartz floating in an epoxy mold along with other materials added to enhance the beauty and intentions of the piece chosen as chosen by it's creator. I am in the process of researching extensively both the marketability of the product and the scientific claims that this fun little craft project actually results in a device that absorbs negative electromagnetic radiation that is supposedly harmful to the human body so that by having one of these devices in your home (coffee table center piece usually in the shape of a pyramid) or wearing or carrying a smaller one (can be made into a beautiful pendant piece or keychain) creates a vortex of positive energy that aids in mental stability and harmonic health conditions. I will not knowingly propogate another bullshit claim of "healing" and attempt to profit on the modern new age frenzy that hundreds if not thousands of other business savy website designers and con artists getting rich off of the general ignorance and gullibility of so many new age enthusiast and the fact that the most thoroughly tested and absolutely undoubtably proven effective medicine available on the planet is the placebo effect. I personally am not so ignorant and I personally believe in karma therefore I can not and will not sell anything or make any claims geared towards selling something that I do not myself 100% believe in so I intend to use the scientific method to test orgonite until I myself am fully satisfied before making and posting a single thing for sale on eBay.
an orgonite sold by Orgone Alchemy
So recently while on eBay I came across a scam using "orgone" as one of the keywords that is unbelievably extensive as to how much effort went into writing this ridiculously long and super pseudo scientifically worded product description that is 100% PURE FICTION claiming that this titanium capsule necklace contains microsphere particals discovered by some supposed scientist and this supposed super lab specializing in homeopathic medicine has obtained a patent on one of Nichola Tesla's inventions and yadda yadda and are selling these things probably mass manufactured in China for pennies for $99 a piece! They did do their research on Wikipedia picking up all sorts of real google-able measurements and terms used in the little known nor understood by the average consumer field of quantum physics so that when you check to see if such terms exist they do though they are incorrectly used in the context of the ad. I'll back my claim there in a moment.* Go ahead and have a look at one of their multiple listings currently up on eBay and now filling up over half the listings that appear in my saved search settings for "orgone."
Not only that, which you can in fact check for yourself if you look up, read, and comprehend some of those terms on wiki, but they have also gone the appalling extra mile by buying up and registering a bundled pack of web domains and set up a whole slew of webpages and PDF documents where their work of FICTION continues to ramble on more pseudo scientific essays so that if you run a search for one of their FAKE SCIENTIST and other made up factoids or one of the supposedly trademarked names for their supposed "technologies." I've found at least 10 so far to fill up the top 10 results on google that all appear to be penned most likely by the same single super web savy scammer who authored the above eBay listing. I'm not finished with looking into this and I will expose it for what it is to the fullest extent of my capabilities because I love people, believe in healing, and want to live in a world where I can earn an honest living making and selling an authentic product without competing with evil corrupt crafty crooks. Stay tuned!
Tested and proven a scam here: www.dailycommonsense.com/tesla-purple-shield-buy-a-dog-id-for-19999/
**Update: Apparently it is much larger than I originally perceived! I found a thread on a conspiracy theory website forum from as far back as 2008 that started with a member complaining about a Google Ad that was appearing on the site for a Life Technologies Tesla Shield. It's an interesting read because it is quite obvious this Aurum Solis who I myself am personally familiar with from back in the myspace livejournal days.. is either an undercover participant in the discussion or at the very least most certainly found the discussion and USED IT AS MARKETING RESEARCH/ DEVELOPMENT. In the current complicated long product description on eBay as well as text on all the supporting websites such as lifetechologies.org there's specific material lifted off this forum discussion such as one idiot or perhaps "The idiot" suggesting a Caduceus concept for alternating currents or double DNA helix as the possible technology functioning in the Tesla Shield. Now Lifetechnologies claims to have trademarked something stupid sounding with the word Caduceus in it. He has a habit of mentioning familiar legit things in conjunction with other familiar legit things but pushed together is ridiculous if you in fact know what each of them are like Biogeological Accupuncture. Wtf? HAARP reference maybe.. Or Chakra Clearing With Pendulums.. ? That is not what a pendulum is used for whatsoever and to suggest such is like saying you're going to heat up your leftovers with your TV! *I will come back to the reference I neglected earlier where I discovered his use of a unit of measurement used for the distance between two points, extremely small amount of distance granted it's used to measure things on a subatomic level, is confused as a unit of energy or "light waves" and then makes further claims that humans radiate such and such amount of this unit and with use of the Tesla Sheild this "energy" is raised exponentially. I'll return with citation to wiki after I focus on my life awhile.# In the meantime here is the Forum Discussion of This Scam:
Mar 8, 2014
I utterly can't can't believe I'm doing this shit again... Online dating! Wtf. Took a stab at this new one I saw on the news because it kinda made sense. I somehow accidentally bumped open an email in my junk box and reopened my OK Stupid account and immediately got the flood of "Hey how you doing this evening.." messages. After dabbling around without a little it all came back to me pretty quick my experience with it oh about 4-5 years ago! Users fill out a long ass series of political, moral, and situational multiple choice questions and then choose how their "ideal partner" would answer and then rate how important it is for them to respond that way supposedly creating a match percentage, as well as friendship, and enemy likelihood where the deal breakers may lay. It's a sophisticated algorithm that in theory should work great. But then I look back on the most fulfilling, dynamic, and passionate loves of my life and realize none of them would have scored any higher than a 70% match nor less than a 10% enemy with me because it wasn't our identical views of the world that gave us chemistry. It was our differences combined with shear raw physical attraction that made it interesting! OK Cupid was/is brilliant at finding me carbon copy thinkers as me who make excellent cathartic pen pals that unfortunately gets my hopes up that I've magically found someone spectacularly special amongst this sea of coded monotony. Then it all builds up to the big first face to face meet up or "date" that instantly deflates within the first 3 min (or 3 sec) when I realize despite all romantic intentions I'm simply not attracted to them. I have particular taste! At which point I either part ways with a disappointed puppy or manage to make a really decent friend. I've noticed it's the ones who usually manage to string along a conversation somehow long enough to suggest having a fuck it why not beer that I end up being more likely to find attractive enough to at least get laid before parting ways. The truth of the matter is regardless how we may deem it shallow you just can't substitute substance for sexual chemistry.
So this other app thing goes for the absolute opposite approach and users start out with selecting one to six of their Facebook images and without having the obligation to read those awkward unrealistic bios make snap decisions based on first impression appearances whether to pass or take and mutual acceptances then make you a "match" where you're then almost instantly prompted to try and strike up an IM style conversation with what extremely limited observational info you could ascertain. Yay! The site seems to attract nothing but baseball cap wearing, cheap beer swilling, jocko frat boy types mixed with the occasional geeky granola glasses wearing Seattle bearded hipster boy that always seem to carry little excess weight hanging over the waist of their khaki shorts. Not my type even remotely! No matter how much I might be entralled with someone's brain I am purely only attracted to the tall dark and handsome cliche with the added preference of tall, *thin* and handsome with *long* dark hair. Can't help it. It is what it is. The of course I lean toward the artistical musician type in black with black boots WAY more than the baseball cap, shorts, jerseys, and tennis shoes or hiking boots variety. Men who wear sandals is a deal breaker for me. Boots, barefoot, or go home! I'm ashamed to say...
So big strike out on the online dating scene except for running into online who I've had eyes on which perhaps will serve as a wake up call that we've been looking for what's already been there.. But likely it will take a whole lot more of horrible mistakes and experiences before we concede that way. Fml
Whenever I reflect upon my short comings, paranoid thinking due to incidents of abuse in my formative years that shattered my trust, and the...