Water plays a big part in this radionics practice, so we will run through the type of water you need, and how to prepare it effectively to get the most out of our Radionics machines. Water being a highly impressionable substance it retains information throughout the course of its journey, using this procedure will restructure the water and provide a pure water sample for imprinting.
The Spooky2 XM generator is a versatile and powerful signal generator which is designed to be programmed and used with the Spook2 Rife software. This generator is what we use to drive and power our Spooky2 Radionics rig.
How to use the Potentiser, setting up the cable connections to the Spooky2 Generator and Spooky2 Radionics. We also take a look at using the Stick Pad with the Potentiser to find an unknown potency of a remedy.
Some users are uncomfortable with tuning the device, and setting their own rates. This has led them to develop other methods. One user reports success by representing Solfeggio frequencies on the dials.
Balancing a rate or a compensatory rate is a method of inverting a radionic rate to balance out its effects. If someone had a negative reaction to penicillin for instance you could create a balance rate for it using this method.
The three dial Spooky2 Radionics device offers a unique challenge when it comes to programming rates with more than three digits from rate directories. This requires us to reduce long numbers for use on our three dial instrument.
Rates are an essential feature of radionics and allow the practitioner to analyse and catalogue various substances and health conditions for later recall. This article gives an overview of the fundamentals of radionic rates.
To become a proficient radionics operator, and to use our device to its full potential you must learn the art of pendulum dowsing. This blog post will give you the basic steps needed to learn pendulum dowsing.
From the founders and pioneers of radionics research over the last century we get a number of terms which can seem confusing to someone new to Radionics, so I have highlighted them here to provide some clarity.