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The Cerebellux procedure is a relatively new and unproven procedure.

The enhancement is meant to increase the percentage of brain usage in human beings, adding sensory abilities and a notable escalation in intelligence from just a minimal boost.[1]

Maya Vaughn underwent the procedure to assist her in contacting her deceased parents. The procedure worked for her. If she is holding an item, the voices start in her head. If she is holding an item from a deceased person, then the person starts talking to her from the beyond.

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  1. YouTube FOX26 Newscast “A Brand New Bot”
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