This is very funny stuff.
For example, here is the definiton of “Power-Potential Vibration Levels“:
Power-Potential Vibration Levels (PPV) believes that our general health is fundamentally linked to the state of the brain and the hands. It believes that if something is wrong with the brain, there is a problem with the nervous system. The PPV practitioner views the brain as the backbone of human health: misalignments of the hands causes pressure on the spinal nerve roots, leading to diminished function and illness. Through manipulation or adjustment of the brain, treatment seeks to analyze and correct these misalignments. The therapy can take the energy that is in the brow, metabolize it, and return it to you in a more usable form. On average PPV-therapy can take anywhere from a couple of months to a couple of years. Sessions typically take 10 minutes and take place every one to two weeks PPV can be very helpful for skin itching, nerve damage, emphysema and toxicity.
Sounds very fancy shmancy, new agey, crystal-energy-chakra-like. Doesn’t it?
Problem is, this is randomly generated new age gobble-dee-gook courtesy of a site called “the official inspiration generator for alternative medicine.”
As the creator of the site explains:
This experiment was started from the observation that alternative therapies are typically using vague, almost absurd description. You will find that an alternative therapy often
- refers to the age of the therapy (older = better)
- refers to far away/mysterious countries (oriental is preferred)
- has a very broad reach (it is useful for everything)
- has a vague number of sessions and session duration
- links itself to a recognized science
- refers to authorative figures (“Dr.” and “MD”)
I have put all of these observations in the ‘generator’.
Take a walk on over to the official inspiration generator for alternative medicine, click the button and have a laugh reading the latest new age sounding horse poop.
Very funny stuff.