Perfect Wave Programmers review
I have written before of a new product called the “Perfect Wave Programmer” (PWP) in the post Healing Mathematics. The PWP is a product of a canadian company called New Wave Technology, which was founded by Cory Herter. If you haven’t yet read the above article, please take several minutes to get yourself introduced.
After I’ve written the aforementioned article, I’ve been in some contact with Cory and he has kindly sent me a starter kit, which includes the following content: (click on the pictures below for a larger image)
- Five Perfect Wave Programmers
- A pamphlet which introduces into the PWP and their benefit
- A 10-page manual which describes the PWP in greater detail and includes some basic instructions.
Most of the content of the manual can be found on the New Wave Technology’s website.
Here are some pictures I’ve taken of the PWP starter kit:
Since I’ve got the kit, I’ve only tried several little experiments with them. I tried to verify some of the more simple claims given by Cory in his book on the PWP. First I’ve tried to feel if there’s any energy emanating from them. Basically, Cory claims that PWP are energy “device”. I hovered my hand over the PWP and compared my feelings with clear air. If you want to better understand what I did, take a look at the articles: Personal experience with feeling energy with hands and Developing ESP – First steps.
My feeling was that it definitely felt differently, similarly to how I feel human energy field, that is by feeling some pressure or resistance. I have then also asked a relative of mine to see if she felt anything, and she said that she clearly felt warmth emanating from them. So far so good.
Another claim given by Cory Herter is that putting water above the PWP will charge the water with energy and the water will change its taste. Honestly, I don’t know how to verify if the water was energized or not but taste is relatively easy to compare. So one evening I filled two glasses with mineral water and put one on all 5 PWP stacked one atop the other and another one beside them on the same table. In the morning I have tasted them and also had my wife try to taste the difference. There was no difference that we could tell. Both glasses of water tasted clean.
Later I have decided to call the New Wave Technology offices and try to speak with Cory. So I did and I have had a conversation with him for about half an hour. During the conversation I’ve raised the issue of my water experiment. He asked me of the kind of water I used and the distance between the two glasses. He then told me to use tap water for the experiment and put them farther apart, since the field that the PWP creates is not so local. The tap water has bad taste in my city to begin with so the change should be more easily detected.
That’s what I did. I filled again two glasses of tap water and put one on the PWPs and another about 2 meters apart. The next morning I tasted them and asked my wife to taste as well. This time we both felt a difference,the water in the glass that was on the PWP tasted “cleaner”, with less tap water “aftertaste” and overall it felt more smooth, or silkier. For some reason my wife even thought that it wasn’t tap water at all.
Cory has also proposed to perform an experiment with cheap wine. Since I don’t have expensive wine at home, that was easy, too. I’ve filled 2 glasses of simple white wine and left them for a day. I’ve than tasted them in the evening. There was some difference I believe but it wasn’t profound and it’s hard for me to judge wine since its taste changes with every sip.
Some time later I decided to make a water test again. I’ve filled 2 ceramic cups with tap water and left them standing for more than a day. Then I’ve even called 2 of my friends so that could try it blindly, without knowing in advance which water was which. I’ve also filled a fresh cup of tap water before they arrived. Even before they’ve arrived I and my wife tasted the water and unfortunately couldn’t find any difference in the two cups that stood the day. The fresh water tasted somewhat differently but that was to be expected. My friends had the same conclusion (they though that the fresh water was the energized since it was the different one). So, this experiment failed. One interesting thing, though, was that the water on the PWP had some little bubbles in it, while the other did not have.
I have not yet verified the PWPs for their more real benefits such as energizing the body, since I can’t yet put them under my mattress because of my bed’s construction, so that’ll have to wait. I had them lying for some time by the bed, though and my wife told me that she had more dreams that she could remember during that time. Interesting, that was one of the things that Cory told me over the phone that happen when you first use them while sleeping.
So, my conclusion would have been more convincing if not for the one failed water experiment. Anyway, my feeling is that the PWP do have some unusual properties, possible positive and that by itself is a very far fetching statement, since without understanding the underlying physics of the PWP (and I confess that I don’t) it would seem very unlikely for a printed leaf of paper to have any effect whatsoever on water, wine, feeling or anything.
I will try and continue to verify the Perfect Wave Programmers by putting them to more testing.