Fact Check: 'Med Beds' And 'Tesla Chambers' Are NOT Rapid-Healing Devices Created By Extra-Terrestrials That Have Been Hidden From The Public

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  • by: Victoria Eavis
Fact Check: 'Med Beds' And 'Tesla Chambers' Are NOT Rapid-Healing Devices Created By Extra-Terrestrials That Have Been Hidden From The Public SciFi

Are "med beds" and "Tesla chambers" rapid-healing devices created by extra-terrestrials that have the ability to wipe out any medical ailment? No, that's not true: There is absolutely zero evidence that devices with these capabilities exist, and the images claimed to be the "med beds" and "Tesla chambers" are images produced by humans on Earth and were taken out of context.

The claim appeared in a Facebook post (archived here) where it was published on August 26, 2020. It opened:

THE MED BED

TRUMP ON JUNE 14 SAID TO THE NATION, "WITHIN A YEAR'S TIME OR SO ALMOST ALL HOSPITAL PROCEDURES WILL BE OBSOLETE."

EVERY CITY WILL HAVE MANY MEDICAL BEDS AND TESLA CHAMBERS CAPABLE OF HEALING AND REPAIRING DNA ALONG WITH CURING ALL AILMENTS.

This is what the post looked like on Facebook at the time of writing:

Facebook screenshot

(Source: Facebook screenshot taken on Fri Sep 4 13:36:24 2020 UTC)

On June 14, 2020, the president traveled from Bedminster, New Jersey, to the White House, according to the official press schedule from that day. President Trump did not make a statement of any sort on June 14, 2020 (his birthday, coincidentally) that even begins to resemble the one in the Facebook post.

The post continues:

AGE REGRESSION (up to 30 years)
NO MORE CANCER
NO MORE AUTISM
NO MORE FIBERMIALGA
NO NEED FOR VACCINES
NO MORE ALSHIMERS
NO MORE JOINT PAIN
NO MORE DEFICIENCIES

...PROOF IS IN THE EXECUTIVE ORDERS HE HAS SIGNED

There is no literature from the global medical community that states that a device like this exists. And there is no reference to anything relating to claims in the post in any of Trump's executive orders signed in 2020, 2019, 2018 or 2017, according to the Federal Register of the National Archives.

The Facebook post claims that the "med beds" are from a planet other than Earth:

The Technology of the Med Beds is not from planet Earth. It is not human-created technology. It is a technology that has been given to humanity by off-world ETs.

And the post credits two individuals with "coming forward to disclose what they know has been hidden for decades, even centuries, and most likely for thousands of years" about "med bed" technology:

Two of these courageous souls are Ileana the Star Traveler (her internet name) and Jared Rand.
Ileana wrote the information on the Holographic Medical Pods from her personal experiences as a Secret Space Program Asset on Mars ...

The post goes on from there.

However, the images that the post and other social media users claim are the "med beds" are actually 3D models created by humans at the digital media company, TurboSquid, that sells these 3D models used in 3D graphics. These original images can be found here.

The image included of the star-like structure that is claimed to be a "tesla healing chamber" is a photo of a "Teslas Starhenge Multi Dimensional Oscillator" from an Australia-based company that has no relation to the electric car company. The Teslas Starhenge website reads:

The Energy creates the Frequency which turns into Vibration that helps to reset your patterning. This in turn helps you to shift through the blockages that are holding you back in all areas of your life. Many say the experience is very nurturing, supportive, spiritual and centering.

There is no evidence that the Teslas Starhenge has the ability to cure the ailments the Facebook post claims.

The YouTube link midway through the post leads to a two-hour, eight-minute video titled, "Healing Technology of the SSP and Science of Manifestation" from the channel, "neologicaltech" (without falling into a deep rabbit hole, SSP stands for "Secret Space Program," another conspiracy theory). This channel seems to be run by a man named James Rink, who is also the director of operations at neologicaltech.com, a website that sells meditation devices. Nowhere in this YouTube video does Rink nor do any of the other participants provide concrete evidence that the med beds exist or that a device has these medical capabilities.

The beginning chunk of this Facebook post is signed by "Q," as in QAnon. Q is an anonymous user or users who post predictions and conspiracy theories online and are in large part responsible for the advent of QAnon's umbrella of conspiracy theories. The claims in the Facebook posts line up with one of QAnon's hallmark conspiracy theories: The idea that there is a group of politicians or a "deep state" that is keeping important truths from the public.

On September 4, 2020, BuzzFeed News decided it is now referring to QAnon as a collective delusion, writing, "It's not a conspiracy theory -- it's bigger."

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  Victoria Eavis

Victoria Eavis is a fact checker at Lead Stories. She recently graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology. In her last few months at Duke, she was a reporter for a student news site, The 9th Street Journal, that covers the city of Durham, North Carolina. 

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