You-tube videos are out.
This Generator seems to be a variation of the HopeGirl QEG. They certainly look similar. But I am not impressed.
Whilst I cannot understand Russian, they just seem to be achieving resonance the same as James Robitaille did with QEG.
One of the videos is much longer than the others. You might be more keener to follow it than I am.
Whilst I cannot understand Russian, they just seem to be achieving resonance the same as James Robitaille did with QEG. Except twisting light bulbs in and out to load match.
Is this a usuable generator, it doesn't look it to me. The James Robitaille unit never achieved much, and unless some magic is involved, I don't think this one will either.
Maybe someone can see something in these videos that inspires them. I have to confess I haven't watched right through them.
Some Adgex Generator You-Tube videos :
Adgex Generator Demonstration Video One (Russian Language spoken)
Adgex Generator Demonstration Video Two (Russian Language spoken)
Adgex Generator Demonstration Video Three (Russian Language spoken)
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