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Old 05-09-2015, 01:20 AM
Location: PRC
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Let me first say that I dont sell these or have anything to do with commercial sites selling them. I do have one which is about 24 inches high in my lounge and I used to have one in my garden.

I have been in my present location for 10 years and I have never had a thunderstorm come closer than roughly about 5-10 miles (counting the seconds between lightening and thunder clap) I dont go out that much, so I am fairly certain that I have only missed one or two storms over that time.

I thought I would introduce a little "woo" to this forum and say that I reckon this sacred geometry shape to which I am referring has the potential to divert large thunderstorms and even possibly tornados.

The shape is apparently called a cubatahedron which is the shape of the first 8 cells of life. The one I have is made of four pieces of copper tubing approximately 8mm in diameter and these are held in place by small nuts and bolts. It does not stay copper-shiny but over time takes on a dark brown (or if it is outside, a greenish) colour. It is said that the shape acts as a washing machine for negative energies and it is also said that if you have an area of your garden where nothing will grow, then this structure will, over some time, bring back the vitality to the garden area if placed within it. Area of influence is dependent on size of the structure but the larger ones are said to have influence measured in miles.

Now, if it does as I suspect and divert powerful storm energies, then it may be useful to have one in your garden to avoid these storms. If it works, then it could be ground-breaking stuff and could open a new avenue for science to investigate some "woo" subjects.

I would be interested whether people are willing to try this and what kind of results they get.

Of course, my hunch is just that - a hunch, and I have no evidence, other than my own observation of the storms which come around my area every year in the summer. I know there will be some(many?) who do not believe any of this 'woo" stuff and to them I would ask them to make their own or buy one and see what happens. You may be surprised.

If you want to look it up in the search engines it can be found under the name of "Genesa Crystal" and if you have one, then I would be interested to know if you think this has any influence on your local surroundings.
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