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September 11, 2017 Archives

There's a 'Waikato Wellness Fair" just out of Hamilton next weekend. Along with the usual woo (homeopathy, reiki, & so on) comes something called 'Access Bars'. However, these are not accessible places to have a drink - oh no! they are something far more mystical than that. 

Apparently 'Access Bars' consist of

32 Bars of energy that run through and around your head that connect to different aspects of your life. They store the electromagnetic component of all the thoughts, ideas, attitudes, decisions and beliefs that you have ever had about anything.

There are bars for healing, body, control, awareness, creativity, power, aging, sexuality, and money; 32 different ones in all. Just by gently touching the Bars you effectively erase everything you have every stored there.

It's claimed that having one's Bars addressed feels like a great massage. I can't help thinking that if this is the case, my hairdresser should be creating inadvertent amnesiacs every time she does the wash, rinse, & massage thing for her clients.

You'll find a nice diagram of the position of these 'Bars' here. I'm afraid I looked and laughed. You can address aging by having a scalp massage? Money I can understand, because I'm sure this 'treatment' doesn't come free, but aging?. And 'Implant'? Does the practitioner somehow erase those nasty mind-control implants that chemtrails give us?

As the blogger at Skeptical Vigilance says, 

Acess Bars appears to be just another form of magical thinking that if believed by its proponents has no real effect outside of head massage.

They are not so polite about those who don't believe in it but sell it anyway.

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