Unfortunately, this is the case. On the one hand, these approaches are bereft of core meaning and actual results. Almost all are not truly spiritual interventions, but are energy manifested somehow from within the being or through an appeal to something beyond, but rarely a true divine source. As such, they are harmless, but a misdirection raising false hope and expectations that will not be delivered in the end. The placebo effect itself has benefits, so even snake oil has worked in the past, but works no longer. Once people see through a false claim, the effect disappears because it was based all along on inner faith and belief that something good would happen, and this created a positive benefit through the person’s own doing. Healing, to be meaningful, needs to perform beyond creating expectations. These websites will not deliver on their promise. Moreover, they are a self-revealing trap for people to identify as wanting such improvements and are turning to solutions outside the norm—this will likely get them identified by the interlopers and they will be manipulated further, so there are risks involved always in engaging with false teachings.