Orgonite Cloud Buster for Africa

1. Jan 7, 2013

Bust Clouds in Africa for just $595... http://www.orgoniseafrica.com/cloudbuster-for-africa.html [Broken] Explanation here.. http://www.orgoniseafrica.com/orgonite-cloud-buster-28mm-resin-metal-artwork.html [Broken] There are even reviews by customers... http://www.orgoniseafrica.com/review/product/list/id/11/category/19/ [Broken] but I note the same reviewer also purchased their "free energy magnet generator". Last edited by a moderator: May 6, 2017 2. Jan 7, 2013 Evo Staff: Mentor Oh man! 3. Jan 22, 2013 QuarkCharmer So it works... on the..*giggle*...power of...*snark*.. gemstones? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that "No, it doesn't work" Now, some great quotes from the comments section: 4. Jan 22, 2013 635nm What in the world is an ambient etheric field? 5. Jan 23, 2013 AlephZero http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orgone If it's on Wikipedia, it must be true... 6. Jan 25, 2013 QuarkCharmer http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/state-farm-french-model-300x253.jpg 7. Jan 25, 2013 OmCheeto Too many bad jokes just went through my mind. Do you think "Smilin' Bob" should become the new [STRIKE]spokes[/STRIKE] faceperson for this product? https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-prn1/c1.0.178.178/s160x160/20959_218308861828_7087552_a.jpg​ Speaking of Bob.... Enzyte Enzyte is an herbal nutritional supplement originally manufactured by Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals (now Vianda, LLC) of Cincinnati, Ohio. The manufacturer has claimed that Enzyte promotes "natural male enhancement," which is a euphemism for penile enlargement. However, its effectiveness has been called into doubt and the claims of the manufacturer have been under scrutiny from various state and federal organizations. Kenneth Goldberg, M.D., medical director of the Male Health Center at Baylor University, says, "It makes no sense medically. There's no way that increasing blood flow to the penis, as Enzyte claims to do, will actually increase its size." In March 2005, following thousands of consumer complaints to the Better Business Bureau, federal agents raided Berkeley facilities, gathering material that resulted in a 112-count criminal indictment. The company's founder and CEO, Steve Warshak, and his mother, Harriet Warshak, were found guilty of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering, and in September 2008 they were sentenced to prison and ordered to forfeit$500 million in assets.

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But, I wonder how Bob is doing....

8. Jan 27, 2013

Czcibor

Maybe that's exactly the catch? The Cloud Buster might use so much energy that without free energy generator your electricity bill would be a nightmare?

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