Oh, and watch out for that 'optimal EFT'. I realized it's actually a way for the hybrids to get one of their alien employees in to plant a permanent back door--like a hack. The 'unseen therapist' is actually inviting that alien in--kinda like a 'friend' request. Sure, they can work with energy and can provide the supposed miraculous 'cures' but it's them doing it--not you. Gary kinda got the wool pulled over his eyes with that one. I did try and warn him, but obviously he would have been the first one hacked.
I think they were planning to use it to discredit EFT by making it seem dangerous, cuz they'd basically take over some one they'd hacked and make them kill their family or bomb a school or something vile, and then make sure their pet media ran the story loudly, and long, blaming that horribleness on the 'fact' they had used EFT. Blah. These rats are behind all that kind of disinformation.
But actually I'm kinda suspecting you already knew that. It would be a very clever and subtle approach to back the holistic stuff that wasn't as effective (the hybrid's motto--if you can't beat 'em, join 'em--and sabotage it from the inside.). I hadn't run into that before. I'm guessing the handlers released a list of those less effective things and sent their employees out to preach the 'gospel' of good health--but not too good of health. But I've only been dealing with those employees for nearly 15 years--so what would I know? Would explain the infomercial though. :)