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Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?

 
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03/13/2019 09:16 PM
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Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
Some people say that copper tensor rings when formed into a globe can alter the EMFs and people as much as 65 miles away.

What if we glued them to record players and ran the turntables at 78 RPMs? Georges Lakhovsky wrote in his book The Secret of Life that movement of the copper increased their activity levels.

It would be worth doing to see what happens. Maybe we could alter hundreds, or even thousands, of miles around us?

It's worth trying.
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03/13/2019 09:18 PM
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
You're doing it wrong.

$1 to control the whole U.S.A.

Make it rain!!!!
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03/13/2019 09:32 PM
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
I have heard penny's stacked on your computer will help keep it from over heating and hopefully not a melt-down!
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03/13/2019 10:36 PM
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
You're doing it wrong.

$1 to control the whole U.S.A.

Make it rain!!!!
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No one knows what you're talking about, least of all me.
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03/14/2019 12:38 AM
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
This is GLp but barely anyone has used orgone of tensor rings? Really?
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This is GLp but barely anyone has used orgone of tensor rings? Really?
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I've never used tensor rings, but I have a few orgonites.
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This is GLp but barely anyone has used orgone of tensor rings? Really?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77140202


I've never used tensor rings, but I have a few orgonites.
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Can you share your experiences?
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03/14/2019 02:42 AM
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
I've used orgonite years ago. I don't recall the name but basically a copper pipe filled with metal scraps, quarz as and dirt. I was living in a very cloudy region and it was quite obvious that a hole in the clouds was almost always present. Got a couple of weird "visitations", black cars with full dark windows(which are actually forbidden there moving very slow...a village in remote area.
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
I've used orgonite years ago. I don't recall the name but basically a copper pipe filled with metal scraps, quarz as and dirt. I was living in a very cloudy region and it was quite obvious that a hole in the clouds was almost always present. Got a couple of weird "visitations", black cars with full dark windows(which are actually forbidden there moving very slow...a village in remote area.
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So the gov't could tell you had them? Interesting.
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Re: Anyone using tensor rings, Argone, etc?
Gosh it would really be nice to hear more fedback from folks - it's a topic I'm deeply interested in.