Good news everyone!
There’s an unusual way of stopping malware that (chances are) you’re not already doing.
I’ll let this book explain:
Keeping away computer viruses with malachite
Placed on your desk, malachite will soak up some of the electromagnetic pollution emitted by your computer and other appliances. You can make it your own personal guardian against viruses that can attack your computer via the internet and email. Its healing energy can be an added repellent to any new viruses that are attacking software programs and can be used alongside your dedicated anti-virus program. The stone dispels negativity, absorbing any radiation and pollutants that leak into the atmosphere.
Pick up your stone and hold it firmly in your hand to feel its power and purifying abilities. Ask it to soak up any negativity from your office space and send out strong, positive energetic rays around your computer to keep it virus-free. Circle the stone around the computer twice daily, morning and late afternoon. Cleanse the stone after each use under running water, or see pages 149-153.
A quick search of the internet reveals that some corners of cyberspace have known about the virus-warding powers of malachite for some years, but haven’t thought to share their discovery with the computer security industry.
Maybe there’s a conspiracy, and the anti-virus vendors have been deliberately stifling the fact that malachite crystals can ward off the likes of CryptoLocker in fear that their stock prices will fall.
Unfortunately, according to the book extract, it doesn’t appear that you can throw away your anti-virus, firewalls and intrusion detection systems just yet – but you can apparently use them in co-ordination with some magic crystals to ward off digital diseases.
Maybe if you wash your stone enough it will eventually be powerful enough to make your copy of Norton Anti-Virus redundant.
Who would have believed it?
While you’re waiting for your malachite crystal to arrive in the post, check out this educational video of a computer being healed through alternative methods:
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