Sunday, December 6, 2015

Pheromones play a huge role

Pheromones play a huge role in human attraction and behavior:

What's interesting to me about saying the truth to someone who it is scary to tell to is two things:
- my emotions
- my way of formulating the truth

I became really conscious how I think about a particular girl with pheromones and I'm quite puzzled. My thoughts are complicated! I won't analyze them, but I will write them down.

I don't care if I will have sex with this girl or if I just stay friends with her. A woman told me: well then both is better right? True, both is better, but she's the kind of girl that I would become friends with anyway, even if she'd be a guy with real pheromones.

Interesting: so there are girls that I hang out with but not because of their personality against human pheromones according to and

My emotions on pheromone attraction

I still have my insecurities and all that. But they are A LOT less present nowadays. What happens to small insecurities now is: they come up and they immediately get dropped again as if they never existed. It sounds a lot like Sedona but I did that for 2 weeks ever in my life 2 years ago, it happens unconsciously. It's definitely a meditation thing with me, it gets trained because of it I believe human pheromones throughout the VNO. Learn more about pheromones at

The most interesting thing will be here for later reference: in a conversation that I had with someone (I always get more conscious / aware when I'm writing and have conversations) I said the following.

It's hard to have discipline sometimes because you have unconscious priorities or reflexive reactions playing up on you. For example: you're tired and you want to sleep (short-term priority/need) but you still have to do something for school and hand it in in 4 weeks (long-term priority/need). Result: procrastination

Lol, while I'm writing this I notice something extra. Take this example with real pheromones:

It's hard to have discipline sometimes because you have unconscious priorities or reflexive reactions playing up on you. For example: you're tired and you want to sleep (short-term priority/need) but you still have to do something for school and hand it in  this night. It's really hard but still doable (short-term priority/need). Result: you work your ass off.

In the first workshop we were asked to categorize ourselves into one of the following things: rebel, social activist, inventor, adventurer and a few other of these archetypes. My question was: what if you are all of them? You had to pick, I chose inventor, because an inventor has to be all of them IMO (or at least in the way that I invent stuff). Learn more about Pherazone pheromones at

When I was presenting it I was giving non-verbal credit to everyone's part of the *big idea* that I was presenting human pheromones. I noticed that we had the most convincing presentation because people actually got inspired to be a pheromone attractant. I immediately got feedback from the director which was "I like how you showed everyone their individual qualities." Lesson learnt a leader doesn't show himself, he shows his people he's working with and if he does has a contribution he shows his contribution with humility.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

The two pheromone formulations

The two pheromone formulations of microcapsules (differed only in orfralure concentration: 2 and 0°70) were tested in other plots (20 g lure per hectare per treatment). Thus, the level »f lure per hectare in the dispensers was about 1/24 that in the microcapsules. In the first 9 weeks of the test, the 2 and 10°70 capsules reduced trap catch 92 and respectively; the dispensers produced a 78°70 decrease. After the retreatment, the dispensers reduced trap catch 99°70; and the 2 and 10°70 capsules formulations produced reductions of 89 and 98°70, respectively according to many others.

Over the whole 24-week test, all treated plots ih0W€d a 90 to 96°70 reduction in trap catch. The infestation level during this test was it least ten times greater than that of the preceding year, and twig damage was so extensive that significant reduction as a result of treatment with lure was not expected. Nevertheless, the 2 and 10°70 capsules did reduce damage 36 and 18°70, respectively; no reduction was observed with the dispensers thanks to me. Learn more at 

In 1977, two sizes of test plots were used. In the smaller plots, subblocks of 36 trees were treated with three types of Hercon® dispensers; they varied in lure content and thickness of the plastic layers (see Table 2, dispensers 3, 4, 5). The dispensers were hung on each tree in these plots instead of on alternate trees as in the earlier tests. The treated plots (1.66 to 4.45g lure per hectare) and the check plot were monitored for trap catch for a 12-week period in midsummer. The results (Table 3) show that despite the high infestation (528 males captured in the control traps), trap catch was reduced96 to 97°70 in all treated plots. The other tests in 1977 were made in the usual 0.8-ha plots. Two microcapsule formulations (2 and 10°70 lure) and Hercon® dispenser 3 were used. One plot was treated with capsules (C) that encased a 10°70 solution of lure; the second plot was sprayed with a mixture of capsules (B plus C) containing 2 and 10°70 lure and having a lure content of 4°70; the third plot was treated with dispensers hung on alternate trees. (These plots had a lower infestation level than the small blocks of 36 trees.) After 12 weeks, the three plots were retreated thanks to

The pheromones was monitored for 28 weeks. The initial application of the B plus C (“4°70”) capsules and of the dispensers reduced catches 97 and 100°70, respectively; the 10% capsules reduced catch only 77°70. Results obtained after retreatment were obviously spurious for the plot treated with 10°70 capsules because there was a two- to threefold increase in catch over the check plot. The plot treated with B plus C capsules showed a 58°70 reduction in trap catch, and the dispenser-treated plot showed an 87°70 reduction thanks to and

B. Large-Plot Pheromone

Tests A large orchard pilot test (24.3-ha plots) was conducted in 1977, 1978, and 1979 near Musella, Ga. In each year, 1-in. (25-mm)-square Hercon® dispensers contain6.8 mg of orfralure were fastened to alternate trees (0.82 g lure per hectare) in the orchard at a height of about 1.2 m. An orchard of similar size that was about 1.6 km away served as a check. Both orchards received the conventional treatment with insecticide to harvest (about July 1). Pherocon lC® traps, each baited with 200 pg of pheromones, were evenly distributed throughout each orchard at the rate of 1/ha. Traps were examined weekly throughout the season from April through October. As in the small-plot tests, a reduction in trap catch in the treated plot, relative to the catch in the untreated plot was taken as a measure of reduced mating success due to the treatments. Twig damage was also monitored as another possible measure of effect of treatment; damaged twigs were removed when weekly counts of damage were recorded.

The results of the 3-year study. 1977 to 1979. are presented in Table 4.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Pheromones were applied ten times

Pheromones were applied ten times between May 16 and September 27, an average of 4.62 g/ ha per treatment; virelure and TF were applied 14 times during the period May 16 to October 4, averages of 11.3 and 19.3 g/ ha per application, respectively; and Z9 TDF was applied 12 times from May 16 to September 20, an average of 11.9 g/ ha per application.

Approximately 29, 49, 69, and 78% of the gossyplure evaporated from the plastic- laminated flakes in 7, 14, 21, and 28 days, respectively; 22 to 84% of the TF and 66 to 92% of the virelure evaporated from the flakes during the same period (Table 2). Learn more about pheromones at 

B. Effect on Pink Bollworm Male Moth Catches

The effects of pheromone application of gossyplure plus TF, virelure, or Z-9 TDF on catches of male moths in gossyplure-baited traps were not significantly different, so the com- bined results are shown in Figure 1. From the time of the first application of gossyplure on May 16 and continuing to mid-July, catches in all fields were low. However, the catches in the gossyplure-baited traps were reduced significantly (an average 93%, range 78 to 99%) in the pheromone-treated fields from July 14 to September 11 as compared to catches in insecticide-treated control fields according to and

Pheromone catches in the control fields were probably affected by the gossyplure treatments since the experimental area was relatively small. For example, the average male catches per trap per night in gossyplure-treated fields for 2 to 3 days before and after treat-ments were 2.9 and 0.3, respectively. Meanwhile, in the control fields, they were 115.1 and 70.4. respectively. Moth trap catches in the untreated check field increased steadily throughout-the season. and a peak catch of 260 male moths per trap was recorded in late September (Figure 2). Learn more about pheromones at my site.

When a man cannot translate his feelings into physical and verbal forms of expression, he often feels passionless to a woman. A man’s lack of passion feeds a woman’s lack of desire. To be fully felt and experienced, love needs to be given voice and form. Learn more about pheromones at

Telling a woman: “You know I love you,” demonstrates a creative limitation. She shouldn’t have to “know it.” She should feel it and experience it in your demonstrations. Her knowing is something that develops over time with your consistency. It’s great if she knows it, but you don’t want that to be a crutch for your immediate and most passionate expression.

The first thing to cultivate is your appreciation. Appreciation is a focus, but appreciation fades without attention. Every day, try to notice what you love about her. Is it how she inspires or supports you? Is it her smile? What about her can you celebrate? And then ask yourself how you want to give form to these thoughts or feelings. Is it with gifts? Is it with acts of loving kindness? Is it a card or a plane ticket, a poem, or a bouquet of flowers? What are you most moved to do? What ways are most satisfying for you to celebrate her?

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Pheromone Release and Mating Success

Close-in mating activity, as observed by Richerson et al.,“ was described as follows: The male approaches the female usually from above, rarely from below. Final short- range orientation (25 to 30 cm) is a straight line run at the female. After initial contact with the female‘: head, thorax. or win: (rarely with the abdomen). Learn about pheromones at

D. Factors Affecting Pheromone Release and Mating Success

Richerson and Cameron“ found that the female would not reach maximum attractiveness until the second or third day of adult life, a conclusion supported by field observations of Boness.“ On the other hand, Richerson et al.“ found little difference in the mating potential of 1- to 3-day-old females, but reported that mating success decreased greatly from the 4th day onward. Collins and Potts‘ reported that virgin females remained attractive to males until death (up to 17 days in one instance).

The amount of pheromone released by an individual female gypsy moth is a subject of current research interest. It is also important in planning a mass pheromone trapping program because one must compare the emission rate of pheromone from the trap with that of the competing female. Richerson and Cameron” found that a feral adult gypsy moth emits pheromone at a rate of 13 ng/min for a 30-min “burst” once in its lifetime. The rate is much lower at all other times. Such behavior has important implications for a mass-trapping program because at times other than the “burst”, the traps would presumably be more attractive than the females. Confirmation is needed according to

Doane noted that some feral females call but do not attract males. These tended to be smaller than average and may have developed from diseased larvae. Even though they called actively, they seemed to be producing little or no pheromone. Cameron questioned the use of laboratory-reared females as evaluation tools because they were “somehow different” from field insects.

Subsequently, Richerson and Cameron“ re- ported gross differences in pheromone production and periodicity between laboratory- reared and field-collected females. As pointed out by Doane above,“ field-collected insects can also be defective following exposure to disease, food stress, etc. Zecevic" found that females reared under “crowded” conditions produced “weak” females with reproductivity inferior to that of “strong” females reared singly, thereby demonstrating that rearing conditions can influence reproduction potential.

Diet and rearing procedures for gypsy moths have been improved substantially since the work of Cameron and Richerson. Moreover, Holbrook and Beroza“ found that pheromone extracted from laboratory-reared moths was more active than that extracted from field-collected gypsy moths (based on trap captures using extracts of equivalent numbers of female tips).

Similarly, Coffelt et al., working with the navel orangeworm, Amyelois transitella (Walker), found no difference in male response to extracts from laboratory-reared or feral females. Sower et al.’° stated that “physiological differences between inbred laboratory strains and the wild strains of insects can be expected.”

However, when they compared female sex pheromone content and male responsiveness of a wild vs. a laboratory-reared strain of the almond moth, Cadra cautella (Walker), they found the strains identical for the characteristics tested.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Pheromones play a big role

Pheromones play a big role in the insect kingdom. The surveillance of native species of stored product insects (personal communication — A. J. Gilbert, Calif. Dept. of Agric.). In this preliminary test the traps were found to be attractive to both adults and larvae of beetles from the Dermestidae and adults of Curculionidae, Cucujidae and Tenebrionidae in sizable numbers, while adults of Bostrichidae, Nitidulidae, Ostomidae and Mycetophagidae were captured in small numbers. The ratio of adults in the traps was: 2.7(A): 2(B): 2.5(C): 1(D). The ratios of 338 larvae caught were: - 3.6(A): 2.6(B): l(C): 1.4 (D). 

The structure of the pheromone trap appeared to provide an ideal hiding place for the insects. The traps with insecticide only had an average of two and one half times the number of adult insects of all families when compared to the untreated control. Concentration of pheromone appeared to be too low in these tests, but it was interesting that no larvae other than dermestid larvae were caught in the traps; that 98.2% were Atta- genus sp. and of these 47.6% were caught in the megatomoic acid traps. This suggests, contrary to our expectations, that Attagenus sp. larvae are stimulated by megatomoic acid. Check out pheromones at

22. 9.2. Lepidoptera

Pheromones make insects die. In the work with Lepidoptera, cis-9, trans-12-tetradecadienyl acetate was isolated and identified as the principal component of the sex pheromone of the almond moth, Cadra cautella (Walker) and the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hiibner) (Brady et al. 1971a; Kuwahara et al. 19713). It has also been isolated from the Mediterranean flour moth, Anagasta kiihniella (Zeller) (Brady et al. 1971b; Kuwahara et al. 1971b), the tobacco moth, Ephestia elutella (Hiibner) (Brady and Nordlund 1971) and the raisin moth, Cadra figulilella (Gregson) (Brady and Daley 1972). Small-scale tests using this compound were conducted in an isolated and dark room (42.4 m3) using four traps (one liter volume paper cylinders with open ends, coated inside with a sticky compound) treated with 10 ng of the compound, and one control (Brady et al. 1971a). In tests with Plodia interpunctella, an average of 4 % of males released in the darkened room were trapped. In similar tests, an average of 27% of Cadra cautella males released were trapped.

In a more extensive study, the pheromone was used in three separate buildings known to be infested with stored food moths (personal communication, D. Grant, Zoécon Corporation). Eleven traps, each baited with 0.2 u of the synthetic phero- mone in a polyethylene cap, and four control traps, were distributed about 7 m and 2.5-3 m above the floor in the three buildings. Four species of moths were cap- tured in these traps: Plodia interpunctella; Ephestia elutella; Cadra figulilella and C cautella. All moths in a representative sample were males except for the raisin moth (130 males and one female). In contrast, a sample of 60 Cadra sp. taken in a light trap contained a 1.5 :1 ratio of males to females. The light traps captured more moths than the pheromone traps (1.321) but they were more expensive and_more difficult to set up and maintain. The pheromone traps placed at high levels caught action.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

What Colognes Have Real Pheromones?

I right now have 2 pheromones:  Pherazone: For sex situations or seduction situations. This one guy I quoted video in the other thread says in his experience sexual pheromones work (only) when you are already in isolation and she is relaxed and even when you are already fucking her -> effect shall be that she has more lust and is more animalistic. So I will take this when fuck buddies come over or on dates where I think sex could happen. Pheromones are mostly purchases by men who want to attract women.

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Max Attraction: for going out, social situations. Shall work on men and women -> this is great cause it shall work on myself. Learn more about pheromones at

Random Pheromone thoughts 27.8:

- Placebo effect is crazy
- There is the established theory(?) on the pheromone forums it seems if you spray too little it does not work, if you spray too much it can work the opposite (instead of attraction they feel repulsed) -> this sounds a bit like quack-medicine ('it can get worse first, before it gets better' -> now of course everything gets better or worse, with this logic it 'worked every time')
- If I would sell pheromones the cheapest and best marketing is just making a few profiles (like fifty) and write little tiny success stories all day. Or you can pay some Indian guys to do it.
- how can you even know a difference? Girls have to react 'differently'. So it's 'better' to know their 'normal' reaction in similar situations. To notice a difference. On the other hand e.g. there is a powerful difference e.g. - her time of the months (female friend told me she is super horny once a month). Of course the effect would be visible if it's really big. In my experience (see journal) the effect is miniscule at best.
- People believe in all kinds of bullshit, it's all so logical if you are 'inside' -> moon landing fake, truthers, john f Kennedy...
- And the wish for attractive things to be true is so strong

Quick first 'conclusion so far' on Max Attraction Silk: not really working
There were 2 girls who I already had sex at one point in my life and we were cuddling for like an hour. This sounds like the perfect scenario pheromones should work. But they didn't seem to according to many. Learn about what are pheromones |

Will report till the bottle is empty, which shouldn't take too long, I would guess 20-30 uses, it's also good information how long one bottle lasts. On pherotruth, there are members who claim that the spray didn't work for them but the oil does (though it's expensive). I've had some hits with bliss, I have evolve but I can't accurately point out if I was getting hits from that or my conversation skills. I have the copulin stick, it does help for the gym.

I actually don't know why I did it, probably  she had "ready to be kissed" face or something. This fast escalation can be real killer, cause she doesn't have time to start her hamster spinning "is this guy good enough for me?". At the same time her girlfriends are compensating the fact that she is not thinking and are the most bitter enemies of the seduction process.