Compact Discs, Video Discs and Vinyl record treatments.
The edges of C.D., Video and vinyl discs are a prominence which have assumed an extremely strong Violet energy pattern. Inducing onto the edge of these discs a 'friendly' morphic resonance pattern is highly beneficial.
The treatment is easily applied. The new Violet pen that we have selected has an extra large ink reservoir and has a large broad writing tip which is ideally suited for the task of marking the narrow edge of a disc.
The edge of a C.D. or Video disc, marked with a Violet pen, is easily identifiable but the black edge of a vinyl record renders the Violet markings invisible. To overcome this problem, we suggest that Side One of the vinyl record is always selected and the label is positioned so that it is always in the reading position and that the edge of the disc immediately opposite the top of the label is marked with the Violet pen. This area is then always relocated.
The simplest method of treating the C.D., Video and vinyl discs is to place a 3 or 4 cm long line in one position at the edge. After applying the Violet mark to the edge of the disc as described, the treatment is then activated by tapping the Violet marking with the end of the cap of the Violet pen.
A more elaborate but more effective treatment is to mark the edge of the disc in four places, at 90 degree intervals around the edge of the disc.
Each of the four Violet markings must be individually 'tapped' with the end of the end cap of the Violet pen.
The Violet pen treatment of discs, in its own right, is very effective in producing a beneficial improvement to the perceived sound but this treatment should be seen as an additional treatment to the P.W.B. Rainbow Foil treatments and the Violet pen should always be used after the application of the Rainbow Foils.
Computer Discs and Mini Discs.
Mark the rear edges of the Computer Disc and the Mini Disc with the Violet Pen.
Magnetic Tape Cassettes.
The two edges of the plastic cassette which are on the opposite sides of the cassette to the side where the magnetic tape is exposed to the recording heads, should have a Violet line applied to both edges.
Each of the Violet lines should be individually 'tapped' with the end of the cap of the specially treated Violet pen.
It should be noted that any Silver discs, any black vinyl discs and all types of magnetic tape cassettes, including video tapes, which are stored within the building, have a significant effect on an individual's ability to perceive sound and vision. It is particularly important to treat the audio cassette within telephone answering machines. We recommend always leaving a treated tape cassette in all audio and video machines within a building.
Long time users of P.W.B. techniques will remember that, a number of years ago, we recommended that the end face at each end of a cartridge fuse should be coloured with a Violet pen. Recently we have recommended that the end of the fuse should be soldered with 'Smart Metal'. We further recommend that after the treatment with P.W.B. 'Smart Metal', the new 'chunky' Violet pen should be used to colour the end faces of a fuse and then both ends should be 'tapped' with the end of the cap of the Violet pen.
Compact Discs, Video Discs and Vinyl records.
Mark the inside edge of the hole of the Compact Disc, Video disc and vinyl record with the Chunky Black Pen.
Magnetic Tape Cassettes.
Apply the Black Pen to the two (opening side) edges on all types of magnetic tape cassettes. These edges are the opposite edges to where the Violet lines have been applied. All video (including video camera) cassettes and audio cassettes should have these Black lines applied.
Computer Discs and Mini Discs.
Mark the front or open edges of the Computer Disc and Mini Disc with the Black Pen.
After applying the Black Lines, the treatment will be further enhanced if one of the lines is tapped with the same Black Pen.
Magnetic Tape Cassettes
Apply the Blue Pen to all the side edges of all types of magnetic tape cassettes.
Computer Discs and Mini Discs
Apply the Blue Pen to the side edges of Computer Discs and Mini Discs.
Compact Discs and Video Discs.
In addition to treatment with the Violet and Black Pens, the Blue Pen will be very effective in beneficially manipulating a stored Compact Disc if a small Blue mark is applied to the teeth on the central fixing position which secures the Compact Disc within it's plastic storage case. However, once the Blue Pen treatment has been applied to the CD storage case and the Compact Disc is then removed from it's 'treated' storage case to be played, it will be found necessary to consider further treatment to the Compact Disc player.
You will find that when removing a Compact or Video disc from it's treated storage case in order for it to be played, this will have a deleterious effect on the perceived sound within the listening room. We have therefore specifically 'programmed' some Special Blue Magnadiscs to attach to the outer or inner surface of the lid of the Compact Disc or video disc player so that when the disc is played, the disc 'looks at' the special Blue Magnadiscs. We recommend that one or more of the Special Blue Magnadiscs is attached to the equipment housing cover, above the spinning disc. It is advantageous to attach four of the Special Blue Magnadiscs spaced at 90 degree intervals so that they are situated above the spinning disc.
Stored vinyl records require a Blue line to face the playing grooves of the record. An effective way of achieving this is to apply a Blue line to the inside faces of the inner protective vinyl record sleeve. Simply draw a line with the treated Chunky Blue Pen on the two inner faces of the protective sleeve from the centre hole to the outer edge so that the vinyl record's playing surface 'looks directly at' the two Blue lines when it is placed within it's storage cover.
You will find that removing a vinyl record from it's treated inner storage cover, in order for it to be played, will have a deleterious effect on the perceived sound within the listening room. We have therefore specifically 'programmed' some Special Blue Magnadiscs to attach to the underside of the lid of the vinyl record player so that when the vinyl record is played, the grooves of the vinyl record 'look at' the special Blue Magnadiscs. We recommend that one or more of the Special Blue Magnadiscs is attached to the equipment housing cover above the spinning disc. It is advantageous to attach four of the Special Blue Magnadiscs spaced at 90 degree intervals so that they are situated above the grooves of the spinning vinyl record.
When one or more of these Blue Magnadiscs are attached to the underside of the lid of ANY make of vinyl record player, the perceived sound will be greatly enhanced. We suggest that you note the deleterious effect of removing a vinyl record from it's storage cover which has been treated by applying the Blue lines with the Special P.W.B. Chunky Blue Pen whilst playing any other vinyl record. !!
These Special Blue Magnadiscs are prefixed by the letters CD/VR and are priced at £ 20 each.
Until you acquire one or more of the Special Blue Magnadiscs, we suggest that when you remove a Compact Disc or vinyl record from it's 'treated' housing in order to play it, you place the Chunky Blue Pen on top of the CD player (above the spinning CD) or on top of the perspex lid of the vinyl record player.
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