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January 27, 2018
Radionics was officially discovered by Dr Albert Abrams at the turn of the 20th Century.
Dr Abrams discovered that he could detect disease in his patients by the act of percussing the abdomen, this only worked when they were facing a particular direction. The percussion would give a clear indicator. He trialed this with many patients and to his surprise on further investigation they did in fact have the disease he was detecting.
Abrams then wondered if the radiations from a disease sample held by a subject could be detected. He had the subject hold the vial containing the disease tissue above their head, and he was able to clearly detect the change in tone during percussion of the abdomen. He took this one step further and theorised that perhaps these radiations could travel along a wire and enter the subject that way. This did indeed work. After which he developed more and more elaborate equipment to quantify these biological radiations, one such piece of equipment was the Reflexophone, this was in essence a resistance box. He found that the resistance varied with each sample he was detecting, and he was able to numerically code each sample with this device, hence Rates were born.
Abrams work was peer reviewed, and replicated. Many doctors and officials had great success with it. Abrams had a number of students, one of which was Ruth Drown. Dr Drown's work with Radionics was extensive, she developed her own system of practice, and her son Homer, built the instruments to their own design. Ruth Drown and others developed the radionics detector/stick pad as a direct replacement of percussion of a persons abdomen which through testing reproduced the same results.
Although Abrams came up with the remote treatment of a patient using a Blood Spot in a Dynamizer, it was Ruth Drown who took it to the next level in her practice, and according to some accounts she coined the term Broadcasting for the remote treatment of the patient.
During this early period and sometime in the late 20's and early 30's the word Radionics was formed to describe the practice. Some people make the association with Radio and Electronics, like the RS electronic companies, radionics. However, it really derives from Radiation + onics, Radionics as the practice of detecting, modifying and broadcasting biological radiations.
Abrams collaborated with an electronic instrument company to develop the Oscilloclast. Later versions of this instrument used short wave radio waves as a carrier and treatment method. Does anyone see the link to Royal Rife here? Some say Rife was perhaps inspired by these treatment methods and diathermy to look into their effects on bacteria and viruses, eventually leading to the Rife Beam Ray. It is possible then that the connection between frequency therapy and radionics was well and truly alive almost 100 years ago. It has now received a 21st century revival in our instruments.
In the 1950's de la Warr Laboratories in the UK began to manufacture instruments initially based on Ruth Drown's, and eventually developing their own methods. George de la Warr, and his wife Marjorie extensively researched radionics. Mr de la Warr, was trying to bridge the divide between radionics and science. He had much success, but suffered many downfalls. In his own words, it was always one step forward and two steps back.. The establishment would adopt the ideas, then drop them without warning. BP were interested in one of their instruments for oil prospecting, but it was soon covered up. One leading doctor was using one until it was spirited away, and he was told to sever ties with radionics.
One of de la Warr's main competitors at the time was Bruce Copen. Whereas de la Warr used the stick pad as a detection method, Bruce Copen almost exclusively used the pendulum. Copen's instruments look very similar to de la Warr's, almost carbon copies. He did copy de la Warr, and for which they were bitter rivals. However, in later years Copen did develop his own instruments. He also published many books on the subject. Unfortunately many of these are now hard to obtain.
De la Warr was a founder of what is now known as the Radionic Association. It is a leading radionics school in the UK, where students are taught over several years the art of radionics eventually leading them to a .Rad diploma, and association license to practice radionics. Students are taught analysis methods with the pendulum and a stick pad is rarely used. Other notables such as Malcolm Rae and his Magneto Geometrics used pendulum dowsing to determine rates, and in Mr Rae's case geometric cards which represented remedies. David Tansley developed his own unique system of analysis which aimed to get to the core of an illness through the subtle energy bodies, he too used a pendulum.
It would seem that the use of a pendulum is principally a British form of radionic detection, whereas American radionics continued to employ the stick pad as a detection method. This has slightly changed over the years, and more practitioners are using dowsing as a form of analysis with their instruments.
Today radionics is seeing a small revival. Across the world. It is becoming big in India where people are combining it with an already booming homeopathy industry to replicate and digitally potentise remedies. Homeopathy and radionics seem to be a perfect pair. Hardline homeopaths reject the idea. Probably because the instruments they may have tried were purely symbolic. Our devices for instance, are designed so that they follows a set of logical rules, and engineering principles. With our methodology it allows anyone regardless of training or background to place a sample on the input and copy it to pure water or other substances on the output. This allows people to make information copies of medicines and supplements with ease. This is nano pharmacology, or wave medicine.
Of course Radionics is not a substitute for professional medical advise or prescription drugs and should be used as part of a Holistic health care regime.
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