|RocketBlender - 2010-10-18 |
I made a quick yahoo account so I could sign up for this without using my real one. You probably won't be surprised to know there's as much info for 'members' as there is in this.
I'm guessing the big "reveal" will be that it's Scientology 2.0: a pseudo-philosophical self-help religion that's just a pyramid scheme with aliens.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-10-18 |
And thus, the final Joker's Card is played.
|fulakarp - 2010-10-18 |
|Sean Robinson - 2010-10-18 |
Imagination is represented by a small child listening to her mother's pregnant belly.
Imagine what could be in there! It could be a pony or all the skittles you could ever eat! With your mom, you just don't know!
|wtf japan - 2010-10-18 |
My guess is that they found the Book of Q, and it turns out Jesus was a huge fan of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
|BorrowedSolution - 2010-10-18 |
Wow. It's like they know everything about me. My hopes, my dreams, my insecurities. How could they possibly know?!?!?!
I AM A UNIQUE SNOWFLAKE!!!
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2010-10-18 |
this really seems like a parody.
I'd love if it was all a big joke! I mean the ad is structured just like an ad for a big hollywod film!
Though I have little enough faith in humanity to think it is probably genuine.. sigh...
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2010-10-18 |
LIVE LONG AND PROSPER without having to wear stupid Vulcan ear thingies.
|Robin Kestrel - 2010-10-18 |
As Huggable said above, it's binaural beats, sold as expensive "brainwave entrainment" audio downloads. Google Michael Mackenzie and Project Meditation. He previously marketed this as "LifeFlow".
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