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Joshua P. Warren
After inquiring about testing one of their products for scientific evidence of subtle energy influences, LifeTechnology.org sent me The Tesla Purple Energy Shield, a metal capsule about two inches long, usually retailing for $179.95, but currently available for the "special introductory price" of $89.95.
Their website describing the item is: http://www.lifetechnology.org/teslashield.htm
On that page, they say "Aside from delivering vast quantities of new life force energy to the human body (see Kirlian photos below), it brings illumination to the mind and tranquility to the soul. As we will explain, there is much, much more to this device than initially meets the eye!"
Kirlian photos are produced by running an electrical current through a subject while that subject is in direct contact with a photographic negative. So, in effect, it gives you a visual of how, and how much, electricity flows through the subject--or you could say it tests conductivity and related factors. For more info. on the Kirlian technique, see: http://shadowboxent.brinkster.net/lemurkirlian.html
The photos posted on their site show two Kirlian fingerprints:
They say the device is based on technology developed by brilliant inventor Nikola Tesla, and claim "The Tesla Purple Energy Shield™ is an antenna for cosmic energy (tachyons) which act as a harmonizing field for the mind body and soul." I don't know what is contained in the purple metal container since that is apparently a trade secret. Cracking it open might ruin my ability to test it accurately.
After receiving the device and placing it around my neck, I didn't feel anything remarkable. However, two of my test subjects had extreme reactions. One felt completely energized, saying he could feel an almost electrical force beaming through his body, revitalizing him. The other subject had an overpowering sensation of negativity, and removed the device after 10 minutes or so. The instruction paper that came with the pendant reads "The Tesla Purple Energy Shield does have a very unusual effect on the human organism. If any signs of discomfort or anxiety are experienced while wearing The Tesla Purple Energy Shield, or if the transformational effects become unpleasant in any way, stop wearing The Tesla Purple Energy Shield immediately." LifeTechnology.org later told me We would like to point out that the negative effects associated with wearing the shield occur as a result of rapid detoxification and these symptoms normally abate with continued use. Your test subject who experienced the negative side effects would more than likely have experienced positive effects if the shield had been worn for a longer duration.
Even considering their experiences, and wearing the pendant many times over several months, I have never been able to feel anything particular, or notice any extraordinary phenomenon personally. I also tested the unit to see if there were any electromagnetic or electrostatic anomalies in its presence. There were none--and so whatever effect this pendant may or may not have, it is surely a passive one.
Since the subjective impressions varied so greatly, and there was nothing I could detect in the energy field around the device, there was only one test left. I reproduced the Kirlian test, taking eight photos. My test subject was a 33-year-old female, and when she wore the device, it was directly in contact with her flesh. Over a period of fifteen minutes we took 2 pics without her wearing the unit, 2 more with, 2 more without, and 2 more with. The only variable condition was whether or not the Tesla Purple Energy Shield was being worn, and each time I Kirlian-photographed the middle finger of her right hand. I fully expected to find no noteworthy change when the unit was being worn since there is no clear scientific reason for such variation. And yet, the results were certainly surprising. Here are those photos:
with the pendant
without the pendant
with the pendant
Altogether, I found the combination of test subjects' subjective impressions and my own Kirlian test to surprisingly confirm many of the claims made by LifeTechnology.org regarding the Tesla Purple Energy Shield. It is a mysterious device, and I intend to keep experimenting with it.
For more information: http://www.lifetechnology.org/teslashield.htm