The Intentionator is a Radionics Device. It is a modern, wall socket plug-in, digital version of the Wishing Machine that the Rocket Scientist, Harry Stine experimented with and wrote about in his book- “Mind Machines You Can Build.
—“The Wishing machine is a reasonably standard three-transistor common emitter RC-coupled audio frequency amplifier with two simple flat copper plates on the input - one at ground potential and the other connected to the high impedance input of the amplifier ~ and an output consisting of a simple vertical rod antenna. It is powered by a 6-volt battery.
The device appears to be effective in accelerating growth or decay of reasonably simple life forms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, plants, insects, and lower animals. When a symbolic sample - a photograph of a plant, field, tree, or person, for example - is placed between the two copper input plates and the amplifier is turned on, the experimenter then consciously thinks of some change he desires to occur or some wish concerning the object symbolized in the sample placed between the plates.
The device has apparently been known to (a) achieve a 90%+ kill ratio of Japanese beetles in 90 test plots in tests conducted in the 1950s by the Pennsylvania State Department of Agriculture; (b) achieve a 70% kill ratio against corn borers in other tests conducted by the same agency; (c) destroyed tent caterpillars in a tree 1200 miles from the site of the device; (d) all but eliminated acne from the skin of an adolescent girl; and (e) eliminated a large number of severe warts on an infant girl.
There may have been other tests conducted and other results achieved, but the author has some documentation on these. The device apparently does not work in a destructive mode against other human beings. In other words, it is not a murder machine, which is why it can be considered for publication in this book. However, it appears to be a member of a class of "Wishing machines" in general, some of which can and apparently have been used as such. This doesn't seem to be voodoo magic, but it appears indeed to be magic under the definition of that term as it has been used in this book.”- Excerpt from the book Mind Machines You Can Build
**The Harry Stine Wishing Machine, a transistor amplifier which inspired our modern digital version now known as The Intentionator, was in fact inspired by a still older version that used vacuum tubes.
You don’t have to take my word that this works. You can build one and experiment yourself. The device is relatively simple and inexpensive to make.