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device as a violet wand.  I wish I’d saved a picture of the actual facial equipment that he was selling, but you can see his old website here at the wayback machine.  It was a European made device designed for giving nice little tingly facials.  And…of course his equipment had the fragile little tingly beauty electrodes.  It didn’t stay on the market more than that one year, as people want a violet wand for S&M to torment their bottoms..they really don’t want something their mothers would sweetly use on their wrinkles.   He tried re-marketing it under the name ‘iwand’ for a while.  I don’t think there were too many people taken in by it, but there have been a few I’ve heard from.

 

Side note:  Lightning Hands was the old term that Donnie Rice of Erotec invented when he was developing what we now know as Indirect techniques.   Donnie Rice passed away in a mountain-hiking accident, and I recognize that I do take a small exception to such an honored electroplayer’s trademark being lifted before his widow, Le’ Rice, fully gave up the business.   I don’t care if they do that with Michael Jackson, but Rice was one of our own. 

 

Gotta love the Wayback machine.  It even shows you how long his website existed before people caught on, and links to his ‘me’ wall.  But enough about him, and on to the violet wand ebook.  The book is touted as having ‘secret’ information.  Its got a bit of common sense and proposes some alternatives to getting a new, actual violet wand.  Reviewing an excerpt I received from a new friend, its major points are these:

 

-You can save money by buying one of these.

-You can save money by buying used items or the antique parts. (author specifically mentions ebay.) 

-You can save money by buying the cheaper versions of violet wand accessories from the lesser quality vendors.

-You can cobble together your own kit by doing the above, using found items and getting your own case.

 

If any of the above ‘secrets’ is really news to you, and you truly haven’t realized by this point in your life that you could buy used items at a lower price than new items, I will expect your check to arrive to me within the week.   If you really didn’t know that there are often cheaper versions of lesser quality to be had, you can pay me in cash for enlightening you.  I also have a ‘leather crop’ made in India–you have seen them.. the stiff ones tanned with road tar– for you to buy too.

 

Another side note, I do know the author does present about electrical play.  I have attended two or three of his presentations when I get to the East Coast, and while some of his basic information is good, you can get the same info he presents just about anywhere on the web.  He does contain a few errors to take note of, but that would be another post.    To give you a sampling though,  Here’s his handout which contains two errors just at first glance.  I mention this because this is where it pays to educate yourself about violet wands.  You’re going to come up against people who keep on spreading the same old tired myths and misinformation because they’ve heard it from someone else.  When you have the opportunity, get your information from a source and get up to date information. 

 

Paul’s Error one: keep away from eyes and face.  Yes keep away from eyes, but face…..hold that thought.

Paul’s Error two:  do not insert into orifices.

 

Orifices are just fine WITH a real violet wand electrode

PHOTO:  Here’s an actual violet wand manufacturer proving both those two errors of Paul’s wrong.  She’s one of the short handful of people out there who knows just about everything there is to know about violet wands.  

 

If you don’t recognize her, its Violetwanda.   I do have to admit that she IS the only one making insertable violet wand electrodes. 

But you CAN get her electrodes from various retailers.  So to be fair, I suppose if you were British Lucky Paul and selling the fragile beauty electrodes* then of course you’d warn everyone not to insert those, as they’d break too easily and you could be liable.  On the other hand, imagine all the people who have been scared away from violet wand internal play by broadly incorrect information like his, given at a presentation!

 

Do not worry at all about inserting an actual violet wand electrode.   That’s what they are made for.  Have fun.

 

Side note: she was wearing metallic dreads for this pic, and when the wand zapped the dreads, you could see the large sparks racing in sizzling waves up to her scalp. 

 

I have plenty of violetwand insertion pics, but I think the proof lies in this manufacturer doing it herself.  Here’s “a source”…and the picture shows it coming right from the horse’s mouth.  Or rather… into the horse’s mouth and down its throat.

 

If you’re interested, I did a phone/email interview with her earlier this month, about her electrodes.  Check out both parts Here and Here.

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