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Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie: Practical Mind Control Protection for Paranoids Paperback – January 1, 2003

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About the Author

Lyle Zapato earned an MA in psychothermodymanics from Kelvinic University. Currently, he is president and CEO of Zapato Productions intradimensional http://zapatopi.net/, an organization dedicated to providing paranoids with vital information and tools for fighting the forces of mind control and other oppressors.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Outer Limits Press (January 1, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1581603762
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581603767
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 8.8 x 5.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,084,567 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By R. WINN on March 11, 2005
Format: Paperback
This book is clearly part of a disinformation campaign by the Illuminati.

EVERYONE KNOWS that aluminium is COMPLETELY INEFFECTIVE for protection against psyonic mind-control RAYS. You need to use SILVER or even better, gold and PLATINUM to deflect the MIND-CONTROLLERS. Why do you think royalty used those materials for headgear, historically????

If you follow the directions in this book, you will be OPEN to MIND-CONTROL RAYS. PROOF: You will find yourself subject to fits of laughter as you read it. If you even lend it is a friend, HE or SHE will ALSO be subject to feelings of humous intensity! This manipulation of your emotional cortex will MANIFEST through VISUAL CONTACT with the contents of this book.

Beware! Beware!! Beware!!!
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The concept is to place a faraday cage around your head, but what the unseen forces who seek to control your mind, DON'T want you to know is that ALUMINUM does not work. In fact, use of aluminum has been proven in scientific studies to profoundly exacerbate Alzheimer's and other ravaging mental diseases and illnesses. USE OF ALUMINUM WILL FACILITATE MENTAL INSTABILITY MAKING THE WEARER MORE SUSEPTABLE TO MIND CONTROL RAYS!!!

The best metallic hats to use are molded TINFOIL lined with circular dispersal radiators (items that resemble the springs found in retractable fountain pens.) These springs should be placed every 1/4 inch and all turned opposite directions of each other... one turning clockwise, one turning counter clockwise, etc.

Remember, ALUMINUM KILLS. This is serious, I AM NOT A KOOK!!! YOU MUST LISTEN TO ME, I AM ONLY TRYING HELP!!!
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To fully understand this book, you need to visit Lyle's website: [...] and the associated Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie (AFDB) pages.

Lyle is a creative genious, and I'm really glad that he is working on the good guy's side.

After reading his site and the book, I must say that I have invested heavily in Reynold's Aluminum corporation, and am trying to get my friends and colleagues to understand the threat that we all face from those that would control us.
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By Zolton on November 23, 2010
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In this age of identity theft, government surveillance, Big Brother employers and airport screeners whose security checklist seems to include getting to third base, personal privacy is a real concern. I mean, I see, touch, say, buy, eat, listen to, wear, think and ride things every day that I don't want ANYONE TO FIND OUT ABOUT. How to keep my secrets secret, and my privates private?

Keeping nebby nudkiks' noses out of my stuff is one thing -- but what if they find a way into my HEAD? Better safe than sorry, so I picked up this guide to fashioning my own foil deflector beanie to keep the mind control rays at bay.

After a week in my very own tinfoil toupee, I felt so free, so un-controlled, that I resolved to protect the rest of my family. I made more hats -- one each for my dog, my laptop computer, and my cell phone.

I made one for my wife, too, but she refused to wear it. She said I was talking crazy -- 'they' must have already gotten to her, I figured. Still, I couldn't give up hope. So I sewed foil into the lining of her jacket, and her warm winter gloves. And all of her underwear. So she's at least got SOME protection. But if she ever goes commando on a warm summer day, I fear I'll lose her for good.
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A humorous attempt to make fun of the paranoid skeptic inside all of us. Provides many instances (but non-comprehensive) of references to the "alumninum hat" that have appeared relatively recently in the media and television. This would make a fun gift if you know someone who's especially paranoid about the role of the government or aliens in monitoring our communications.
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I've been saved my the 3M corporation who supplied the aluminum foil and the scotch tape used to construct my beanie! No more will I be a slave to the government, aliens, and heartless corporations...
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What the author doesn't want you to know is that aluminum is insufficiently conductive to form a true Faraday cage over your brain! This book offers only the ILLUSION of security, while simultaneously leaving its readers woefully defenseless against the devastating scourge of psychotronic mind-control rays.

The MK-Ultra experiments proved that only with a Faraday Brain Protective Device made of copper - COPPER, YOU FOOLS! - could the psychotronic rays be adequately screened out, leaving the mind of the wearer protected against all known forms of thought manipulation!!

This book is sheer deception on the part of the government, designed to leave you totally unguarded against their nefarious machinations!

Think I'm wrong, paranoid, or just crazy?

... Explain why everyone's forgotten about the Gulf oil spill, then.
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