Is it possible to get happiness from a little box w a small computer inside? I read about this kind of stuff in scifi books. The future is now. It's supposed to help dealing w stress, help w insomnia, etc.
It's an electronic gadget that puts out a modulated current. All a person needs to do is clip a wire to his/her ear lobe and turn it up to a comfortable level. It gives a mild high. The reviewer claimed several days of a happier mood after it's use. Here is his statement.
Shortly after the hallucination started, I noticed small bursts of light in my peripheral vision, followed by a feeling of happiness. The happiness can only be described as the same feeling one would get if they drank a glass of strong wine, a couple of martinis, or even smoked marijuana. After approximately 15 minutes, I decided to take the ear clips off and stand up to see if I'd still feel "high". Walking was a somewhat difficult task at first, as my balance felt a bit off and I was still hallucinating and seeing bursts of light from the sides of my eyes. Shortly after, the visual affects wore off, but I still had an ecstasy-like feeling coming over me.
For two days I was happier than usual, and didn't feel any anxiety; something I've been unsuccessfully trying to deal with my entire life. With the continued use with VoodooMagickBox, I can honestly say it helped the minor anxiety disappear, which is something I never expected to happen from using this box! The perfectly safe, legal, recreational digital drug? Hell yeah!
I've recommended it to all my friends and they too have told me they have the same great trips from it. Now I recommend it to you. Has this story made you curious? If so, I suggest purchasing Voodoo Magick Box.
Edited by - saintsatan on 10 October 2002 3:30:20