There is something new on the scene and my mind refuses to believe what I have seen with my own eyes. I keep asking myself things like “what is it”? and “how can it possibly work”? It is small, light weight, a bit rubbery. Hold it up to the light and you see a geometric hologram. Flip it over and there is a different hologram on the other side.
As I stared at the center of the hologram I began to see a slow blossoming of minute petals, a blossoming that got faster and faster, then suddenly rushed toward me. Trippy. It was as if it were rewarding my attention by unfurling some secret world for me.
I taped it to my gas tank and watched in amazement as my mechanic showed me the before and after smog tests. The results for all the noxious emissions were half or less from the base test. I couldn’t wait to start driving. A few days later, I was stunned again….I was now getting 28% more miles per gallon! What was happening? What, indeed?
They call it The Edge and it seems to yield 20-30% more miles per gallon, but nobody knows exactly why. It is said to be embedded with frequencies and these frequencies affect the gas, changing it in some way. Is it operating on a principle related to those that govern homeopathy? Possibly.
In homeopathy, water is recognized as being a programmable crystal, so sensitive that a single molecule of anything other than water creates enough resonance to program the water with its frequency. Is Homeopathy like a hologram in water? Is the Edge Homeopathy for your gas tank?
Consider Dr. Masaro Emoto’s work in capturing intention in water, freezing it and photographing it. When you look at the photographs,you see that each word or thought projected into the water produced a different geometric form, much like snowflakes. Positive thoughts produce beautiful, symmetrical geometry….negative thoughts, not so much. Here are the crystal forms for Love and Happiness:
Smog tests verify that the Edge has greatly and often, entirely, eliminated pollutants from emissions. Independent, objective testing shows us that something very real, something very positive is taking place.
It would appear that we are slouching toward Bethlehem, waiting to be born. A whole new and vibrantly exciting approach to technology is breaking through, struggling to be realized. Like the beautiful petals of the flower that blossomed from the center of the hologram, this new technology is waiting to be noticed.