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The Truth about ZeroPoint Global and Amega Global: Sorting through the MLM Mess (Part 1)

From: SchaOn Blodgett, CCP, B.
Sent on: Sunday, May 9, 2010 3:43 PM
The Truth about ZeroPoint Global and Amega Global: Sorting through the MLM Mess
May 15th, 2010 by SchaOn Blodgett

I?m sure you?ve heard the buzz words ?ZeroPoint Energy?, ?Whale Frequency?, ?Blueprint Frequencies?, ?Higher Vibrational Frequencies?, ?Cellular Frequencies?, ?Tesla? and about 1,000 others that are being put out by some of the Multi-Level Marketing companies coming into the New-Age/Metaphysical/Holistic Health arena. I?ve heard claims that they have research (on their product specifically) spanning 10, 15, 20+ years, yet, ZeroPoint has nothing before 2007, and Amega has nothing before late-2009, and none of the reps that I?ve spoken with are able to give me any true research or anything scientific. They claim, and their users/sellers claim to have had fantastical healing experiences, from resolved knee/shoulder pain, headaches and migraines and so much more, though, is it something ?special? with their $300+ products, or can the same effects be had from an item found at retailers across America that can cost less than $1?

A brief overview of these ?two? companies
Now, ZeroPoint was created by Rick Bergen and MLM Consultants International LLC (managed by Robert Cormick) officially on 7/27/2007(1). Rick Bergen has been revolving around the network marketing circle creating various MLM companies since[masked]). The registered business address for ZeroPoint is in a strip mall(3) in Las Vegas, NV, though Google Maps is not able to verify that the business is still or ever was there(4), and people on the internet believe that Rick Bergen has moved out of the country to the Caribbean or to Panama.

Amega Global (Worldwide), who claims to have offices all over the world, was founded by a group of motivational speakers and financial wealth ?enthusiasts? (Calvenn Starre (helped start MonaVie), Rick Fleshman (who also was part of ZeroPoint Global as of April[masked])), Arun Kemer, and Eric Banks), and two of whom have been in several MLM-styled companies over the years. Oddly though, according to Amega?s website, the management team is mostly made up of scientists and doctors(6), though on April 1, 2010, it only listed the four men listed above(7). One would wonder about the variation of information in such a short amount of time. This business was registered in the State of California in December[masked]), though the physical office is located in Delaware, and is considered an importer (The State of Delaware has nothing registered for this company). While doing a search with the Better Business Bureau, Amega has a rating of F(9) --- and they have been in business only a few short months! (I could not find ZeroPoint on the BBB, though, there are some ?rip off? reports on scam.com and other websites)

Some Science behind it all
Yes, it IS true that the color Red can help alleviate pain as it has been shown to help increase energy within the cell (on the premise that pain is the outcry from the cell for increased energy, and with it flowing information), as well as the color red has been shown to help to increase blood flow (as well as raises the blood pressure), great for puss-free wounds, inflammation, skin diseases, chronic coughs, asthma, anemia, herpes as well as makes a person more talkative, animated, happy, eager and passionate(10). This does not matter if it is coming from a light (laser or LED) costing less than $1 or over $300. What does matter is the specific frequencies (frequency = color) used.

As early as the 1970?s, the color red and infra-red have been used to help alleviate pain in chronic sufferers in Germany. There was a small clinical study done at the Evaluation Hospital in Herne, Germany, headed by Dr. Kurt Saupp, MD to show the results of color-light therapy and its ability to help with pain. He found that patients treated with an infra-red therapy designed by the Mandel Institute had a 70% success rate of alleviating the pain, whereas the placebo effect was 0%! Then, another study was done by the hospital with 2 different types of medication. They found that these two medications alleviated pain in 35% of people in one group, and 40% in another group, and the placebo effect was 60% (higher than when the people were taking the drugs!). The Mandel Institute has also seen pain relief effects from other colors as well, including Infra-Red, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Violet, and potentially more.

Then, in 2003, the University of WI-Madison and NASA released a preliminary study talking about utilizing the Infra-Red frequency for mouth sores and pain in cancer patients. They found that yes; it helped to heal the mouth sores very quickly, as well as reduced the pain for the cancer patient.(11) It is also common knowledge that children born with jaundice are treated with yellow light. All of this helps to show that there is a healing potential within light.

The experience with these products (and part of what causes my distrust)
I first learned of these products through someone that I have worked with in the holistic health community here in the Twin Cities. This person had suffered from hip pain and a gated walk for years with little relief. She had claimed that the pendant and laser from one of these companies had ?cured? her of ALL of her illnesses and conditions, yet, when she walked into the meeting place (as well as when she left), she still had a gated walk, and I could still see the pain in her face. I am not alone in seeing things like this; others have also said that they have seen the same effects from inexpensive ?props?(12), while others have reported that it may merely be a ?mind-over-matter? effect(13).

This specific day I had a very tense back, minor aches, and my blood sugar was a little ?wonky?. They told me to wear the pendant for an hour and I should see a beneficial effect.

After about an hour, they did Kinesiology to see if the pendant had any benefit, and through the Kinesiology it showed that the pendant had no benefit to me (and my back was still sore, etc, etc), so they decided to do the laser on my back, which also had no beneficial effect from what I could tell. They then tell me to laser my water for 30 seconds, and the sandwich I was about to eat for 30 seconds as well and it will be put back to its natural state. So, I tried it, though before lasering the items, I tasted each first and ingrained it into my mind, then after lasering them, I tasted them again? and I could not taste nor feel a difference. They then tell me that it will nullify the effects of aspartame, and they could show it through muscle testing/Kinesiology, and they put a packet of the fake sugar in my hand and did the testing. They then told me to watch the difference in my strength after putting the pendant in my hand with the packet of fake sugar, which did not change the results. With some frustration, they tell me that they are going to laser it, and I will surely see a difference, again it failed to produce the desired results. After all was said and done, I did not notice a difference in the total of two hours using these products, and was told that I must be ?too healthy.?

In Conclusion
I would say, yes, colored light does have the potential to help alleviate pain. I have personally seen it with myself, my clients and have read solid documented case studies on the effect that can be tested time and time again. My biggest concern with these two companies is the overly priced items that they are peddling, and the undocumented and unproven claims (i.e. 66 Blueprint frequencies, etc ? how do you get them in there, how do you know they are in there, how can you show they are in there), and an untrained sales force that has no real knowledge of the products except what they have been told and brainwashed with. You are also able to see the same results from products costing far less. They rely on ?buzz? words to make their product sound special and more impressive to allow for the potential 30,000%+ markup.

Multi-Level Marketing companies are specifically designed to create buzz, hype and to spread as much misinformation, (i.e. through the telephone game, you tell one person, that one person tells someone else, though it?s slightly different, then that person tells another person, they put their own spin on it, eventually, the message is not the same). They rely on this tactic and they know that the message will be towards the benefit of their product as each of these people has a vested interest in making money off the product. The amount of misinformation from this alone is massive (things I have heard about these lasers range from; being based on the work of Tesla, it cured cancer in my dog ? yet, no tests were done in the dog before or after, and so-on and so-forth). They mix truths with lies that seem to be truths to enhance the believability of their products, having you believe that it must be true because this other statement you know to be true is also there.

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