Description: 80% Xenon; 10% Argon; 10% Krypton @ 400 psi
Click here to read about about the theory and use of the inert gas devices in general.
|Container Material||Color||Dimension (cm)||Empty Container Weight (g)|
|Aluminium (Anodized) and Brass||Blue||Height 11.5; Diameter 6.0||829|
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Generally, no they do not leak and thus they can theoretically last forever. There is one exception to this: Helium. Its tiny molecular size allows it to very slowly leak through the container walls of truly ALL containers it is in - including the massive steel cylinders in which it is most commonly found. The leak rate is so slow, however, when an inert gas device is properly built and tested as described above, that for all practical purposes the pressure will remain within 2% of its initial value for at least 10 years. Pure Helium devices are best refilled every 10 years or so.
Our most effective device for tackling sleep issues is Omnidirectional Inert Gas Beaming Device #8. It is so effective as it uses the field from the Helium inert gas and it is very safe to use. Other options you might like to consider are removing geopathic stress from your home through installing a geoclense, or using a sleep partner also available through Natures Energies. The inert gas device #8 is however probably the most effective.
The device will remain effective permanently. There is however a chance that the Helium gas will leak over a period of approximately 10 years as it is almost impossible to retain the gas due to the size of the helium atom, but all of the other gases will remain compressed in the device. There is a permanent magnet that has been specially treated, but it too will retain its inherent properties permanently. The device is completely safe even though it has highly compressed gases. The walls of the cylinder are 40x the thickness required for such pressures, and the valves and plug are rated to 3000psi, even though the device holds 500psi. There is also an inbuilt safety feature should anything go wrong, which as explained is extremely unlikely.
Yes. 70% of people feel the inert gas beams as a tingle in the palm of their hand, or a warm (or cold) feel. Some people report seeing light emitted from the devices. Note also that 3 of the 5 inert gases are very expensive and very difficult to source. At the time of writing, xenon gas was hard to find and in short supply worldwide, and the gas supplied to us in a 1L bottle (under high pressure) cost more than $3000, which greatly raises the price of these unique devices.
The devices supplied through Natures Energies does not have a switch that will turn the device off. To turn the device off, you simply turn it upside down. If you have a 2 or more storey home, make sure that you turn it upside down on the ground floor to prevent the field from penetrating into the lower levels of the home. If you live in a multi storey unit, you will need to wrap the device in layers of lead sheet (up to 1/4" thick) which you can purchase from your local hardware store to completely block the field from people in other apartments surrounding you. If you do not wrap in lead, store at a distance greater than 10 metres from yourself and others.
You cannot be overexposed to the devices available through Natures Energies, as the magnetics and gases have been specially treated using an undisclosed quantum technology. Inert Gas Devices from Other Suppliers With devices sourced from other companies, it has been observed that when placed close to the bed, that sometimes that person is quite sensitive to the effect and has trouble sleeping, or wakes up feeling poorly rested ("grouchy"). An example of this is shown in an earlier device from the 1980s, as shown in case study #7. According to energy sensitive people, Natures Energies Inert Gas Beaming Technology does NOT cause over stimulation or overexposure.
We recommend that the device is only used during sleep, or while meditating. There is one good reason for this: the device (especially a device with Xenon) can be thought of as a manifester. So if while you are sitting at work with the device, the telephone rings, and you are confronted with some difficult issue by the person on the telephone, you may be manifesting a (temporary) negative energy or negative attitude while in the inert gas field which would not be conducive to healing. If however you are able to maintain a visualization of the desired outcome while this is happening, then you could possibly use the device while working.
A researcher is growing corn and beans and other plants in sand and water with no added nutrients or soil, while exposing the growing plants to the inert gas devices. The control groups, grown without the inert gas energy, die quickly. With the device, the plants are thriving. Another researcher has observed increased skin cell growth rates with exposure to the inert gases in petri dish cultures ("in-vitro"). Another researcher reports a shift in the ultra-violet spectral response of water that has been exposed to an inert gas device containing Helium. It is hoped these researchers will publish these studies soon.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) has rules that govern the shipment and labeling of compressed gases in containers. Title 49, section 173.306, part (1) specifically grants exemption from these requirements for containers of not more than 4 fluid ounces capacity (7.22 cubic inches) or less. All of our inert gas devices meet that requirement having a gas volume of 2.44 cubic inches. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A.) has rules that apply to medical devices and to devices for which claims of a therapeutic or medical nature are made. We make no such claims. Certain exemptions are also made for people involved in research. As someone researching the use of these devices for yourself, this may apply. Other countries probably have their own laws about these matters.
Yes. Our devices have shown value in this regard, especially in groups. Expanded states of consciousness have frequently been reported by users of Omnidirectional Inert Gas Beaming Device #9. Krypton containing devices have shown themselves to be valuable in enhancing psychic functioning of all kinds, which often aids in certain forms of meditation and in stimulating and activating the third eye chakra.
No. If you have heard this from our competitors, you have not been given you the full story. The component that interferes with the beaming is lead. You can wrap the inert gas devices in lead sheet and it stops the beaming. Lead as it turns out is also added to machining grades of aluminium to make it easier to cut and drill, but the good news is that our devices use a grade of aluminium that contains no lead. The grade of aluminium aluminium that we use therefore will not interfere with the beaming. Thee anodising will also not interfere with it. The anodising on the surface of the unit is just for appearance, and under a microscope it is simply a hexagonal crystal structure of the aluminium with a dye. There is no lead in the anodising.