Denise Richards keeps several $110 bags of ‘anti-5G’ rocks in her dogs’ beds

I’ve learned from our Zoom meetings that a lot of you watch and love the reality shows, particularly the Real Housewives. I’m sorry we don’t have more coverage of the drama on those, it feels like work to me to watch reality shows but I get how they’re escapism to so many of you. The last we talked about Denise Richards, her husband, Aaron Phyphers, was claiming he could regenerate body parts with his mind He has a bizarre “healing” method that includes changing people’s frequency or something. Plus he and Denise think they’re being followed, which may be due to the fact that Aaron is charging megabucks for energy healing. Anyway NY Mag has one of those affiliate link articles with Denise Richards’ recommended products. She has some normal rich-people stuff like a $1,700 espresso machine, $530 sneakers, and a hoodie and sweatpants for over $300. I wanted to talk about the bags of “grounding rocks” or “Tesla rocks” she swears by which cost $110 each and are supposed to repel 4 and 5G. The site that sells them (I’m not going to link it, you can get there from The Cut) recommends 3 bags per 2,000 square feet. Denise said that she uses several bags of these rocks in her DOGS’ beds. I’m using all caps like that because if she puts multiple hundred dollar bags of rocks in dog beds, how many does she have around her house for her kids? She’s probably spent a couple grand on bags of rocks.

The Tesla rocks in this bag help protect against radiation that comes from cell phones and computers. You leave the rocks in the bag, you don’t take them out. I put it on my stomach when I’m using my laptop — I’ll put the bag on my stomach first, then my laptop. Sometimes I put it under my pillow — I find that I sleep better when it’s there. Our dogs seem to love the bags, too. We have quite a few of them in our dog bed and it’s amazing how the dogs will gravitate towards them. They’ll literally lay their heads on them.

[From The Cut]

So are these rocks being sold by Denise’s husband? The address is in Newport Beach and Denise’s husband Aaron’s office is in Malibu, so I don’t think so. It sounds like something her shady husband would be shilling though. It bugs me how many people think EMF and 5G are dangerous, especially the wackadoos who promote the idea that it’s somehow responsible for the coronavirus! I guess we can’t be surprised that Denise Richards is promoting these rocks. What a racket to sell bags of rocks for over $100! As for her dogs putting their heads on them, maybe they’re just trying to find the least uncomfortable position. Those poor dogs have several bags of rocks in their beds. They don’t want to lie on them. Give them a pillow and they’ll drag the rocks under it, just like Denise. Plus dogs will put their heads on anything! Hecate says one of her dogs likes to put his head on her knee and will strain to do it until he chokes.

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Amazing how much room this little guy takes up #george

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Good morning!!! Eloise’s laugh is everything…

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How many dogs does she have?! She must be spending a fortune on magic rocks.

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  1. Chaine says:

    I don’t even know what to say about this. I mean, she was married to Charlie Sheen at one point, and he is a major conspiracy theory fanboy, so I guess I can believe that she is the type of person that really thinks 5G causes some kind of illness and that she needs these super special rocks to protect against it.

  2. tempest prognosticator says:

    People buying rocks makes me laugh, but it’s a mirthless laughter.

  3. Snazzy says:

    I was about to write a comment about how celebs are idiots, but actually I know so many people who do the same… so there you go. Buy your magic rocks, be happy.

    • Chloeee says:

      Unfortunately I have a few family members who full on subscribe to more than a couple of these theories. My cousin isn’t as abrasive as the other family member. She gave me some grounding crystals the other day. I was just like “thanks for the pretty rocks”

  4. Carobell says:

    She gets some credit for her graceful handling of Charlei Sheen…but she really is dumb as a box of rocks.
    110$ for rocks??? Not even pretty crystals (which I could understand from an aesthetic viewpoint) but a BAG OF ROCKS.

  5. Lauren says:

    That’s….not how radiation works…

    • lucy2 says:

      I know, that made me shake my head too! Oh Lord.
      This is the 2020, pricey version of a tin foil hat.

  6. LaUnicaAngelina says:

    I’m only here for the dog pics. They are adorable! That’s all I’ve got.

    • Prayer Warrior says:

      They are rather sweet. I don’t like that they all also appear to be overweight. I can manage my dogs’ weight, it’s mine that runs amok. In their world they can manage their own weight, it’s the dogs that cannot. Huh, how about that…eh ~

  7. S says:

    You mean the lady who married Charlie Sheen is kind of nuts? Wow. I, for one, am stunned by this revelation.

  8. Züri says:

    The more I read about her and her husband, the more bizarre it gets. His healing center seems like yet another way to bilk wealthy people with indiscriminate spending habits and no critical analysis skills.

  9. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I can’t believe anyone would admit this.

  10. Busyann says:

    I’m open to some the belief that some consipiracy theories can be true. There’s some crazy stuff out there that makes sense if you really look into it. So, I read a little bit about the Coronavirus and 5G stuff and no, it just doesn’t make any sense.

  11. lizardqueen says:

    She really shouldn’t have gone on RH. Her profile might have been flagging before but at least the world at large wasn’t aware that she’s not sane, nice, logical, or relevant. Now we are.

    • Grant says:

      I think she’s kind of endearing on RHOBH. She’s maintained a very chill California “cool girl” vibe (up until this season).

  12. Haapa says:

    You could buy a pretty decent science/physics textbook for that amount of money and learn how electromagnetic radiation actually works. “Radiation” doesn’t mean toxic, it just means it emits waves in the electromagnetic spectrum ffs.

    • Sushiroll says:

      @haapa: That takes significantly more effort and brain power than these people can summon up in an entire lifetime.