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NEO Neurophone Ultrasonic Wearable Tech Chosen by Indiegogo for InDemand Status

January 19, 2015

SEDONA, AZ -- G Patrick Flanagan's InDemand NEO Neurophone Indiegogo has neared three quarters of a million dollars raised for research and development to bring ultrasonic brain stimulation wearable technology to the crowd. On September 15, 2014 the NEO (Neural Efficiency Optimizer) Neurophone Indiegogo campaign launched, raising its $100k goal in less than 72 hours.

Invented by Flanagan in 1958 when he was a mere 13 years old, which lead to his feature in LIFE magazine titled "Whiz Kid, Hands Down", the Neurophone has undergone continuous upgrades. Says NEO inventor Dr. Patrick Flanagan, "I am pleased to see that today's generation that embraces wearable technology is so excited by the Neurophone and that its time for mass acceptance has come after 57 years."

Transmitting ultrasonic waves through the skin, the NEO induces calming brain wave states meanwhile activating the user's primordial hearing system. Using two lightweight transducers that sit on the forehead, sound penetrates the brain and on to an ancient unused hearing organ called the saccule. The saccule is the key organ in a dolphin's ability to use ultrasonic sound to communicate and navigate. For humans it creates a once in a lifetime experience to hear music without using one's ears, a phenomenon in itself.

Flanagan's ultrasonic technology also facilitates left/right brain coherence, offering a pathway for users to experience: rapid learning abilities, improved memory retention, increased IQ and enhanced meditative states.

The current NF3 Neurophone model retails for $800, while the next generation NEO, due in mid 2015, is priced at half as much for the $399 pre-release Indiegogo. Updates include a unique built-in evolving meditative frequency mode (emitting continuous non-repeating sound patterns created by the Doctor) and USB rechargeable lithium batteries.

The scientist enlisted Ken Sheetz, head of BuzzBroz.com, to lead the campaign. Sheetz reflects, "G. Flanagan contributed handsomely to my BuzzBroz Indiegogo Antarctica film expedition which brought me back to Arizona to create The Flanagan Experiments. This in turn led to my challenge to bring the new NEO out via a vastly committed one-year pre-Indie preparation, setting the field for our hit on-going campaign. Tapping into the doctor's large international following has been the secret to our success thus far."

About Dr. G Patrick Flanagan and Phi Sciences
Dr. G Patrick Flanagan has led research teams and consulted for major government (NSA, CIA, NASA) and corporate entities. His 1970's self-published book Pyramid Power sold more than 1.5 million copies around the world and for the last two decades, his discoveries have created new avenues in the natural healthcare field.

Through his company Phi Sciences, founded in 1987 with his wife and partner Stephanie Sutton, Dr. Flanagan has developed revolutionary products that have no precedent. His famed MegaHydrate is considered by top health expert David Wolfe to be the best anti-oxidant ever invented. Megahydrate has been credited in peer reviewed science journals and Dr. Flanagan looks forward to the success of the NEO Neurophone Indiegogo in allowing for new brain studies to prove his device's facility to enhance a user's intelligence and ability to relax.

For more details, visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/neo-neurophone-n-neural-e-efficiency-o-optimizer

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Re: NEO Neurophone Ultrasonic Wearable Tech Chosen by ...
by: sensor1
January 26, 2015 - 12:44pm

What a load of snake oil mixed with horse ***t!

If you feel that strongly about it, why don't you send that same comment directly to the two companies? They may find your "expert" advice insightful or inciting, whichever fits.





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