When I started in this business in early 1996 I soon had an impression that parasites in the body exert some influence on the mind and emotions in order to ‘hold their place’ and not be destroyed. It reminded me of the way that popular culture is crafted in a way that protects and conceals the two-legged parasites who rule the world. If you’re not afraid to leap down that rabbit hole you’re bound to enjoy reading Miles Mathis’ and his guest writers’ papers on milesmathisupdates.com.
As always, my feelings, impressions and opinions must not be considered authoritative but the notion that parasites in the body exert their collective will on the host in order to protect themselves has been eloquently expressed to me by customers over the years who arrived at this idea on their own. This is the first time I’ve written about it, I think. Carol asked me to do this after talking on the phone with one of our customers whom she’s met, who said that she was feeling weird, uncharacteristic urges to stop using the zapper .
If you’ve had similar thoughts and impressions, please share them with me and I’ll include them here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since this technology has not been subjected to actual research, which is quite costly and beyond our means, we rely on empirical data for understanding it and since our zappers mainly sell by direct customer referral there’s a pretty good, informal network in place for sharing such data.