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Title: The Cloak of Athena.
Description: Do you think this really works?


Sadie - May 6, 2011 03:01 AM (GMT)
I saw this at the Sorcha Faal page.

It doesn't say what the material is made from.

It's tempting but how can we know it really works?


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But do you realize that all the while you’re doing all of this the greatest danger you are facing lies right next to you in the cell phone that is hearing EVERYTHING YOU SAY?  Do you realize that you can lose everything, including your identity, at the speed of light without your even knowing it?

If you do than isn’t time you did something to protect yourself?

If your answer is yes than we would like to offer to all of Sorcha Faal’s supporters and readers the most complete and economical protection you can buy to protect yourself that we call The Cloak of Athena.

Athena was the ancient Greek virgin goddess of wisdom, warfare, strategy, heroic endeavor, handicrafts and reason, and in this incarnation of her we have hand crafted for you a 99.9% impregnable nano-particle protected all purpose carrying case [photo top middle] that when holding your cell phone, credit cards, ID cards, drivers license, or anything containing an RFID chip can not be read by anything, period!

When your cell phone is put into The Cloak of Athena NO ONE can listen in to what is being said, nor can you be tracked by the US governments GPS system…you will, in essence, be “off the grid”.

We are able to offer you this unique protection device due to our obtaining some of the finest nano-material in the world not offered to the public, and which, without all doubt, will be outlawed for use in the United States before too long.

But, right now, today, you can legally own this protection for your and your family’s privacy and financial security, and as Christmas is fast approaching why not make it a gift to someone special too!

Wahya - May 6, 2011 03:15 AM (GMT)
The Cloak of Athena does work but ye need to be at least 5th level to use it and your opponents get a saving throw to see if they can detect ye.


Sadie - May 6, 2011 03:28 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Wahya @ May 5 2011, 11:15 PM)
The Cloak of Athena does work but ye need to be at least 5th level to use it and your opponents get a saving throw to see if they can detect ye.

:blink:

beast - May 6, 2011 04:27 AM (GMT)
creating a void draws suspicion - the trick is to be inconspicuous . :cow:

or

build a house next to a Pakistan military base :cow:

Sadie - May 6, 2011 05:14 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (beast @ May 6 2011, 12:27 AM)
creating a void draws suspicion - the trick is to be inconspicuous . :cow:

or

build a house next to a Pakistan military base :cow:

NO THANK YOU

oldmanmike - May 6, 2011 09:40 AM (GMT)
It really works. Put your cell in any metal box and it won't send or receive. I walk into the shop building and there's no signal.

Sadie - May 6, 2011 11:10 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (oldmanmike @ May 6 2011, 05:40 AM)
It really works. Put your cell in any metal box and it won't send or receive. I walk into the shop building and there's no signal.

Well then, it might be worth the $24.95 they want for it. :dunno:

Radioman - May 7, 2011 01:38 AM (GMT)
Uh, just turn it off and remove the battery! It's a lot cheaper.

It's all so much BS anyway. Once you turn off your phone, the cell site drops it off it's list, so you're basically invisible to the system and any calls to your number get automatically re-routed to VM. To do it any other way, represents a COST to the cell provider and you know they ain't gonna to nuttin' for nobody for nuttin'.


Sadie - May 7, 2011 02:55 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Radioman @ May 6 2011, 09:38 PM)
Uh, just turn it off and remove the battery! It's a lot cheaper.

It's all so much BS anyway. Once you turn off your phone, the cell site drops it off it's list, so you're basically invisible to the system and any calls to your number get automatically re-routed to VM. To do it any other way, represents a COST to the cell provider and you know they ain't gonna to nuttin' for nobody for nuttin'.

But, what about the rest?

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credit cards, ID cards, drivers license, or anything containing an RFID chip

Radioman - May 7, 2011 08:11 PM (GMT)
long range RFID is not yet ready for prime time. Most of the RFID that folks have only work in close proximity to a specific reader. Most RFIDs, while not encrypted per se, have some codes that only something to the company that uses them.


Sadie - May 7, 2011 08:33 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Radioman @ May 7 2011, 04:11 PM)
long range RFID is not yet ready for prime time. Most of the RFID that folks have only work in close proximity to a specific reader. Most RFIDs, while not encrypted per se, have some codes that only something to the company that uses them.

on tv a week or so ago, they showed this new device that
thieves are using. It fits in their pockets. All they have to
is get within so many feet of someone and they can "grab"
CC numbers and personal info that you have in your wallet.

Radioman - May 8, 2011 11:35 PM (GMT)
Yup! So what? Anyone can get a CC number. It really doesn't do much good. For most business, they ask you to input the number on the back of the card and that can't be gotten electronically.

Way too much is made of getting CC numbers. ANY clerk can sell you CC number.

Sadie - May 8, 2011 11:57 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Radioman @ May 8 2011, 07:35 PM)
Yup! So what? Anyone can get a CC number. It really doesn't do much good. For most business, they ask you to input the number on the back of the card and that can't be gotten electronically.

Way too much is made of getting CC numbers. ANY clerk can sell you CC number.

Correct.
But, I still don't want Davarious and his buddies getting mine while
I'm walking through Kroger and running up a bunch of items on it
before I even get home with my groceries.




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