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Inventions & Aliens

Date: 12-10-03
Host: George Noory
Guests: Fred Bell

Dr. Fred Bell (pyradyne.com(1)), an alien contactee, and inventor of such devices as the "Nuclear Receptor," was the guest on Wednesday night. Differentiating the three types of aliens he has communicated with, he described the "Greys," as insect-like "energy scavengers" whose lifespan runs from 200-400 years, the Pleiadians, as non-interfering telepaths who live up to 1,500 years, and the Andromedans, with an age span of 5,000 years, as capable of making sweeping changes on our planet.
The technology for one of Bell's newest inventions, the "Projector" came from the Andromedans, he claimed. It's a "holographic device," Bell said, that functions by "taking the negative energy out of wave packets," serving as a kind of hi-tech amulet that wards off harmful patterns.
Bell also discussed his theories about "shape energy," and how the proper shape of cells is critical for performance. Similarly the shape of objects such as pyramids, can increase well being, Bell said, mentioning that people's health had benefited by wearing his "pyramid head gear."

1. http://www.pyradyne.com/

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The Nuclear Receptor

Fred Bell is the inventor of such objects as the "Nuclear Receptor." Pictured left (click on image to view larger) is a version with an amethystgemstone. According to Bell, "the ultimate goal of the Receptor is to reverse and repair cellular damage at the DNA level."
The concept for the Receptors comes from the Pleaidians, he says. "By means of electronic and scalar wave technology, the Nuclear Receptor allows our bodies to process all forms of toxins and poisons," writes Bell. More info. is at pyradyne.com(1) or by calling 1-800-729-2603.

1. http://www.pyradyne.com

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