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Keshe – Fact or Fiction?

The Keshe Foundation has been building quite a network over the last several years with all kinds of free energy claims and devices for sales that are supposed to help get you off the grid.

These deal with superconductive nano-coatings on wires to plasma batteries. If there is one hot topic that we are emailed about – it is, “Are the Keshe claims real?” We can’t just claim it is or isn’t but here are a few facts that you should consider.

A few years ago, they were selling high output generators for thousands of Euros and to date, we can not verify that anyone has ever received one. More recently, this foundation has been selling energy units for about 800 Euros and we also cannot find evidence that anyone has ever received one. We have however found quite a few posts online by people who have spent the money and are complaining that they never received anything and have been brushed off over and over about new shipping dates, etc. and the list goes on.

Maybe the technology works and maybe it doesn’t, but recently, PayPal has blocked their account so they cannot receive any more money and the copyright owner and 5% shareholder of the foundation, Dirk Laureyssens, has even ordered the Keshe Foundation to stop using the logos.

Mr. Laureyssens, the copyright owner has filed legal action and here is a quote from him, “Due to the unacceptable slanderous and insulting behavior of Mr. Mehran Tavakoli Keshe in public, the logos can no longer be used by KF worldwide, starting … SEPT 21,2015. The logo’s will need to be removed from all documents, websites, Facebook groups, YouTubes, … everywhere.”

If you know of anyone on Facebook or elsewhere that is using this logo or a variation of it as their Avatar, etc. you might want to let them know that they might have their Facebook or other accounts shut down if they don’t comply.

Should you buy anything from the Keshe Foundation? Caveat Emptor! Buyer beware – it is up to you to do your due diligence and decide if you want to donate money or purchase any of their products. We’re not spending a penny on any of it until we see evidence that those who have spent thousands have actually received what they paid for.

If you believe you have been scammed, join this Facebook group:

Also, read the comments on this Facebook post:

Here is something that is also of great concern – the Belgian Federal Police are investigating and questioning Keshe regarding Fraud, Practicing Medicine without a License and Human Experimentation

Does their technology work? It might or it might not. There are some claims, but even if it does, nobody seems to be getting what they paid for.

Here are two discussions at Energetic Forum about Keshe.

Supportive of Keshe:

Critical of Keshe: