Zero Point Energy / Amega Wand

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    Dec 29, 2010 9:57 AM GMT
    My mom gave me one of these about two months ago:

    http://www.amegaglobalreview.com/amega-amwand-the-benefits-and-uses

    and I've gotten some pretty amazing results.

    In studying to apply to physical therapy school, I've taken both chem and physics classes the past two semesters, where quantum mechanics and energy states were discussed. The principles in which the technology this wand is based upon was mentioned in both of my classes.

    Between work and studying, I'd spend sometimes more than twelve hours per day (sometimes consecutively) sitting at a desk, in front of a computer. When wearing the wand clipped to my shirt or onto a chain (as shown in my picture here on RJ), I'd say my level of both mental and physical fatigue dramatically decreased and, if nothing else, I'd still find plenty of energy to make it to the gym and get a great workout -- which for me and most of you guys out there on RJ, is a big deal, right!

    Has anyone had an experience with zero point energy or this Amega Wand?
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    Dec 29, 2010 10:20 AM GMT
    My coworkers and I were eating lunch, and one of them brings the idea up that you should do this thing with your hands before you drink anything that has gone through anything metal because the energy spins the other way, and you should reverse it to how your body's energy flows. And he showed us this video: . He said that he met some guy in California while he was looking for someone to buy weed off... So I thought what he was saying was complete bullshit. icon_lol.gif We all got a good laugh, and I didn't think much of it..

    The pen youre talking about and the thing my coworker was talking about (or from what i understood he was talking about) seem to work the same way and come from the same idea that energy flows a different way. I don't know much about physics, and I haven't studied science since highschool.. So I can be pretty gullible when it comes to these products I don't quite understand.

    There's also those bracelets they sell, and it works by balancing ions or something like that..? Are those the same?

    I'm glad it's working for ya, OP. Maybe I'll give it a try haha.
  • stochastic

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    Dec 29, 2010 12:13 PM GMT
    That website set off all my snake-oil alarms very quickly.

    Sounds like your classic scam to me.

    My advice = avoid.
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    Dec 29, 2010 12:58 PM GMT
    Stranglely enough, I have not been able to find ANY scientific literature demonstrating that the effects of the wand can be a placebo.... but black swans can appear where only white ones were seen, so im not ruling that out...

    A pro to the video: "zero-point energy" is essentially a modern term for what in China was called "chi", what was in Japan "ki" and in India "prana" it was beleieved throughout the ages that certain hand positions (as in yoga) would be beneficial to health by changing the way this energy flows through the body...

    many of the hand positions I have studied for curing ailments in the vedic (indian) literature are indeed the same hand positions that are seen in the video.. with the demonstators purporting that this changes the way the "vortexes" of the energy turn...

    So as far as ancient eastern medicine goes, this wand is certainly plausible
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    Dec 29, 2010 12:59 PM GMT
    stochastic saidThat website set off all my snake-oil alarms very quickly.

    Sounds like your classic scam to me.

    My advice = avoid.


    Ive actually tried finding scientific literature on that.. so far I was unsuccessful, Im hopeful that there will be some statistics coming from q1 icon_razz.gif
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    Dec 29, 2010 2:02 PM GMT
    cgal saidMy coworkers and I were eating lunch, and one of them brings the idea up that you should do this thing with your hands before you drink anything that has gone through anything metal because the energy spins the other way, and you should reverse it to how your body's energy flows. And he showed us this video: . He said that he met some guy in California while he was looking for someone to buy weed off... So I thought what he was saying was complete bullshit. icon_lol.gif We all got a g

    There's also those bracelets they sell, and it works by balancing ions or something like that..? Are those the same?


    Back in the day I found a secret Masonic book in a dusty old bookstore in Alexandria Va. it show a similar technique for energizing the water you drink. Our founding fathers were Masons.

  • calibro

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    Dec 29, 2010 4:45 PM GMT
    i call shenanigans on this
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    Dec 29, 2010 4:45 PM GMT
    amar_m said
    stochastic saidThat website set off all my snake-oil alarms very quickly.

    Sounds like your classic scam to me.

    My advice = avoid.


    Ive actually tried finding scientific literature on that.. so far I was unsuccessful, Im hopeful that there will be some statistics coming from q1 icon_razz.gif


    I know, I'm in the same boat as you are. My chiropractor is the guy who turned my mom and I onto this stuff, and he used a larger version of the wand at his office to demonstrate the power/principles of quantum neurology to me one day (using me as the test subject) and so there is no way I could deny what happened. I'll see if he has more literature on it when I go home in a few weeks.

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    Dec 29, 2010 4:51 PM GMT
    amar_m saidStranglely enough, I have not been able to find ANY scientific literature demonstrating that the effects of the wand can be a placebo.... but black swans can appear where only white ones were seen, so im not ruling that out...

    A pro to the video: "zero-point energy" is essentially a modern term for what in China was called "chi", what was in Japan "ki" and in India "prana" it was beleieved throughout the ages that certain hand positions (as in yoga) would be beneficial to health by changing the way this energy flows through the body...

    many of the hand positions I have studied for curing ailments in the vedic (indian) literature are indeed the same hand positions that are seen in the video.. with the demonstators purporting that this changes the way the "vortexes" of the energy turn...

    So as far as ancient eastern medicine goes, this wand is certainly plausible


    See Amar, that's what I think -- I think it could be plausible. I, too, have studied and worked with complementary and alternative medicine in nursing school and in my studies in kinesiology, and now learning more of the scientific theory in chem and physics.

    I probably would not have gone out and bought this wand myself in fear of a scam, but my chiropractor gave me consistent reasoning to believe that SOMETHING effective is happening, and plus I'd get killer workouts after his treatments -- some treatments didn't even involve manual manipulation.
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    Dec 29, 2010 8:12 PM GMT
    I hate to say that , and don't think it's what you want to hear :

    It's a scam, there is absolutely nothing making scientific sens about that wand.

    If you feel spiritually attracted to energy flow, yin/yang, etc.., I would advise you not to allow scamers to make a living out of your spiritual search.
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    Dec 29, 2010 8:38 PM GMT
    "Zero point energy reminds the cells within the body of where the cells originated from and promotes the self healing that so many are experiencing."

    "When the wand is used on the body or any living organism, the AMized resonance will activate the life force energy inside the cells and tissues, unblocks the energy channels, which initiates your body to begin to promote self healing and well being."

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    Dec 29, 2010 10:07 PM GMT
    Sorry, amar, I'm not going into this morass of self-delusion. As long as Medicare doesn't have to pay for it and the FDA doesn't have to regulate it because of radioactivity or skin allergies (I have a nickel allergy), you guys can help sustain our fragile economy with your active imaginations. It's only jewelry as far as I'm concerned, with a placebo effect. But hey, placebo effects do work. icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 29, 2010 11:46 PM GMT
    Riiiiiiiiiiiiight.... ooooookay... I'm suffering a little constipation... will it help alleviate that and create more "flow" ??? will my poop then also be in harmony with earth or help mother earth be more harmonious with my poop?

    it's a shitty topic but someone has to tread there!