magnetic, shocking water. Impossible? guaranteed
- TO THE FREE ENERGY COMMUNITY
NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE: Get your own "Shocker Bottle." Evidence points to
this phenomenon being derived from some form of aetheric energy.
As your finger approaches the top surface of the water, an electrical shock
will arc up from the water to your finger just before you touch it.
Let it sit for a while (e.g. an hour), and it will do it again. Guaranteed.
Perhaps you thought water could not carry an electrical charge. Well, it
turns out that a device that a friend of mine invented has characteristics
of extracting aetheric energy from the vast sea of energy that surrounds us
and is able to charge water with both an electrical and magnetic charge.
Get one of these 'shocker bottles' and try it for yourself in your own home.
We're not talking about water as a conductor. We're talking about water
having been charged and then dissipating that charge in the form of an arc
to your finger. It's as if the water in this changed form serves as a sort
You may even hear the arc. The arc has stretched as far as nearly 1/2 inch
[100,000 volts per inch of arc], but usually is in the range of 1/4 inch or
so, which is around 8,000 to 10,000 volts (verily low amps). It is that
strong when it first comes off the machine that charges the water. But by
the time the bottle of water gets to you through the mail, it won't be that
strong, though you will definitely feel it. Guaranteed. It will feel
almost like touching an electric fence.
If you are with other people, have the first person hold the open "shocker
bottle" in one hand, then hold hands with the next person, forming a circle
with all who want to participate in the demonstration. The last person in
the chain then puts their finger into the bottle. ZAP. Everyone will feel
it. Guaranteed (unless you have 10 people or more -- in which case I would
be very interested to see if it works. I've not tried that many before).
For the best effect, do the demonstration with everyone holding hands the
first time around, right after you've gotten your "shocker bottle" in the
mail, and no one has yet put a finger into it.
Each time you do it, the water discharges a bit. If you try again
immediately (within a minute), with no time for the bottle to sit between
discharges, the arc will be significantly reduced, possibly to the point
where you won't even feel it. But it will still regenerate if you let it
sit for a while.
Try not to put your finger actually into the water, as this has the effect
of discharging the water's capacity to regenerate, so as to diminish the
strength of the arc next time around and henceforth. Just let your finger
approach the top of the water, and then pull it back as soon as you feel the
arc (quite natural to do so, actually). Doing this will let you get the
most shocks from the bottle (show all your friends).
Actually what usually happens is the shock causes your body to involuntarily
jerk the bottle of water you are holding, causing it to splash onto your
finger, creating this discharging effect on the water. For that reason, it
might be best just to set the bottle down and put your finger into it.
If you submerge your finger into the water, the shock effect will go away
all together right after that. But if you then let the bottle sit for a
while (e.g. an hour), you will get a small arc off the top again.
I just tried a shocker bottle I've had for three months, and I thought I had
pretty well gotten all the shock out of it, but it still delivered a little
zap. I took one all the way to Johannesburg, and it still delivered a good
wallop. A second bottle went with me from Utah to Johannesburg and then to
New York, where my friend Chris Horianopolous and his friend John were able
to feel the arc off the top. They loved it.
I would like to invite you to let us send one of these to you to try it out
That's right. My friend charges the water inside a regular plastic bottle,
caps the bottle, packs it in bubble plastic, we ship it to you by standard
currier services, you open the package, take the bottle out, remove the cap,
stick your finger in, and viola. Shock. Guaranteed.
While you're at it, take your Gauss meter, if you have access to one, and
measure the magnetic field emanating from the water (e.g. set the bottle on
top of the meter). Expect to get a reading of somewhere around 1 to 1.5
Gauss. The earth's baseline Gauss is 0.4. Take a regular bottle of water,
and you will get a reading of 0.4 (no increase or decrease from baseline).
Now try this. Shake the shocker bottle, and then measure the Gauss. It
will be like normal water (0.4) right after you shake it, but as the
magnetic fields in the water begin to align again, the Gauss reading will
climb to between 1 and 1.5 Gauss. You can actually watch the reading on the
Drink the water, and see what happens to the magnetic field of your body.
(Yes, you can drink it. In fact, people are reporting amazing health
benefits from drinking the water on a regular basis. Minerals such as gold,
silver, palladium, or choral calcium are added to the water to boost their
Take a Kirlian photograph of your fingers before you drink the water, and
then again about 5-10 minutes after you've drunk the water. The regions
around your fingertips touching the surface of the lens will develop much
brighter after you drink the water.
My friend also has developed a process of adding minerals to the water in a
minute crystalline form (he is presently having an AA test run to see if it
is actually monatomic -- but he will not be advertising that fact if it is
confirmed, as that word is as loaded as the word "cure" when it comes to FDA
A typical colloidal silver solution from a local health store measures
around 12 ppm. My friend's silver solution measures around 80 ppm. I was
in his home when he showed the meter go up to 120 ppm. If you have a device
that can measure such things, go ahead and test this water (if you didn't
order the distilled only version). You can expect a reading of around 80
When the water is being charged, the machine/process emits alpha, beta, and
gamma particles as well as ozone. Physicists and chemists ought to be
drooling over this one to find out what is happening on the molecular and
Unfortunately, my friend is very reluctant to entertain people who are
wanting to find out about his device. He is into this for the health
benefits that people are realizing from drinking the water, and he doesn't
want to be distracted from that mission that he has been pursuing for six
years now. Furthermore, he values his life and wants to continue unabated,
so is very low key about things like this.
I should mention that the regular 2 liter bottles that we sell have been run
through a "discharge" cycle that keeps the magnetic properties in tact while
mostly eliminating the electrical phenomenon. These bottles will still
sometimes deliver a little shock, but it is nothing compared to a shocker
bottle that hasn't been run through that cycle.
For now, you'll just have to be satisfied playing with the end product --
That is unless I know you well, then I might be able to arrange a meeting
for you with my friend.
My friend agreed to let me do this special promotion because I convinced him
that it would introduce the product to many people who could benefit from
the health aspects that it has to offer. He is not interested in the
With so many scams circulating among the free energy crowd because of the
potential money involved in the trillion-dollar market, I thought it would
be nice for people to have a hands-on demonstration that there really is
something going on that defies present models of physics.
For the next two weeks you will be able to purchase a shocker bottle for
only $15.00, including shipping. The suggested retail price is $20.00, plus
If the water does not perform as guaranteed above, you will get a full
refund, and you keep the product.
Sterling D. Allan