Car EMR Harmonizer

$66.00

 

Neutralizes noxious EMR fields unique to motor vehicles such as the engine, electrical system, fuel in the petrol tank and exhaust pipe.

By installing a Car Harmonizer, the noxious positive charge fields are replaced with a vibrant and healthy negative charge atmosphere.

SKU: CAREMRHAR Category:

Product Description

The Car EMR Harmonizer neutralizes all noxious EMR energies caused by the car’s electrical system, the back seat area over the fuel tank, and the effects of outside noxious energies such as Earth Magnetic Grid Lines that we’re exposed to while driving.

The noxious EMR field produced by the car’s electrical system totally engulfs all occupants, placing them in a dangerous positive charge field which may deprive its occupants of oxygen, deplete them of energy, cause nausea and fatigue, and also affect drivers’ concentration levels.

Because of the noxious resonance of petrol in the tank, the area directly above the fuel tank creates a major problem to the well-being of back seat passengers, who are often children, causing the common complaint of nausea i.e. “car sickness”. The Car Harmonizer may address this problem by harmonizing the resonance of the petrol within the tank to a negative charge, thus eliminating this energetic problem.

The frequency of Earth Magnetic Grid Lines that pass under the car while driving have a debilitating affect on the occupants, which can exacerbate the already noxious energies within the car.

The engine exhaust gauges and exhaust pipe are another source of strong positive charge that affects the front and back seat passengers. With the Car EMR Harmonizer installed, the exhaust gases are transformed to now produce a negative charge resonance, making for cleaner emissions and less greenhouse gases.

By installing a Car Harmonizer, the noxious positive charge fields are replaced with a vibrant and healthy negative charge atmosphere.

Benefits of the Car EMR Harmonizer may include:-

      • Totally portable
      • Greatly reduces driver fatigue
      • Reduced car sickness for passengers
      • Runs off the car’s own electrical system
      • Does not require batteries or recharging
      • A more harmonious and energetic traveling environment
      • Driver and occupants travel and arrive in a happier state of mind
      • Can be used in any car as long as it is fitted with a standard 12Volt auxiliary power socket
      • Can be used in a 12Volt double adapter should a socket be required to supply power to another appliance

  

To Operate:  Simply plug the Car EMR Harmonizer into the car’s auxiliary power socket on the dash or other sockets, whichever is more convenient.  The car Harmonizer has two USB ports for charging mobile phones and MP3 Players.

Two years ago, I upgraded from a 1985 to a 2003 Mercedes. I was extremely pleased with the new car but within the week a health problem was developing. At bedtime, my head felt like it was vibrating on the pillow and I wondered if I was developing a chronic illness. Being sensitive to EMR in other ways (sore ears with mobiles, pounding head near routers), I decided to get the car checked before going further. Three days later I had established, with the help of an expert, that after 5 kilometers driving, the old Merc recording was negligible, the other vehicle a Subaru was 12-35 milligauz and the 2003 Mercedes was 65-95 milligauz. I decided this changed environment was coinciding with my head vibration so I tried two products (one borrowed and one bought for $300), but no success.

Then I tried the Orgone Effects Australia’s plug-in car adapter and it worked straight away for reasons I could not fathom despite explanation. However, one day the problem started again and I complained. I was asked to check to see if it was still firmly inserted. I could not see from the driving position and when I opened the back door to see the passenger computer slot, I could see it was missing. I found it and re-plugged it in, and it means I can now continue to drive the car with no ill effects.

Health Professional, Hobart, Tasmania