violet wand energy ballsEnergy balls are a popular violet wand item.  This heavy pair are covered in chrome plated spikes for electrical and electro-magnetic conductivity. They can be used with Indirect violet wand techniques, but using them with Reverse is best.  Roll the balls around on your charged subject.  Each spike will conduct a single spark as you roll it, so its a constant assault of rolling sparks.

In addition, the sparks are of different intensities.  This is because there is a 1,000 gauss magnet inside each ball.  This magnet attracts the charge to it first, then sends it out again as you roll it.  This makes for sparks of different intensities from the spikes as you roll them.  Roll one, or both over small or large areas.  Tuck one in an out of the way place and zap it; it will transfer the charge off its spikes to your subject.  There are a hundred creative ways to use these.

Our favorite so far is to use a predicament rig and place these under the balls of the feet of your subject, just barely touching.  Set a violet wand body contact probe in between them, and turn on the violet wand.  The violet wand charges the balls which spark under the feet.

Use the internal magnets to do the rolling.  Using reverse technique, hook your partner up to a violet wand body contact probe.  Set one of these balls on their belly or back.  Turn on the wand.  Now get any metal tool and make the ball follow it magnetically by trailing it above your subject.  As the ball travels, it sends sparks to your subject.  You won’t get -any- kickback if you use a metal tool with an insulated handle, such as a screwdriver.  Evil fun!

 

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