What is Radionics



Radionics has been practised for many years. Its basic principles were discovered by an American physician, Dr. Albert Abrams (1863 – 1924) who developed a completely new concept of analysis and healing by identifying the unique energy patterns of disease. Radionics is a form of complementary healing in which a Radionic Practitioner broadcasts clearly defined healing energies to a patient, irrespective of the distance between them. It is a form of energy, or vibrational therapy.

Radionic Practitioners use dowsing techniques, together with Radionic instruments, both to identify and treat the imbalances in the patient’s energy field which lie behind the physical or psychological symptoms. This energy field, more commonly known as the aura, contains major chakras, which support and vitalise the physical body.
 

Radionics history

American physician Dr. Albert Abrams (1863-1924) set out the principles of present-day radionics. In the context of his work on the differentiation between various symptoms by means of a percussion reflex on a patient’s stomach, Abrams discovered an empirically defined arrangement of adjustable resistances (potentiometer). In this context, the patient was connected via forehead and foot electrodes to the “input” of a variable resistance box. At the “output”, a healthy person was connected, also via a forehead and foot electrode (test person = subject). It became possible to diagnose the pathology of the patient with a special knock reflex on the abdomen of the test person (for some time, the abdomen of the patient has been replaced by the so-called “Stick Pad”).This is how Biofeedback method started to be applied in medical diagnostic and therapy.

Abrams found that it was not even necessary for the patient to be present. It was enough to use a blood sample instead and place it (as “witnesses” or “proof”) in a cup, which was connected to the input of the variable resistor box. For example, with this layout, Abrams discovered that cancer could be measured at 50 Ω, gonorrhoea at 52 Ω, etc. If the blood specimen of a cancer patient was placed in the metal cup and the variable resistor box set to 50 Ω, a positive reflex (dull sound) was obtained on the abdomen of the test person. Consequently, Abrams developed a series of tables on which organs, symptoms, viruses, bacteria, etc. were allocated to empirically determined resistance values. With these tables and the variable resistor box, it was now possible to diagnose a patient based on his blood specimen and determine the condition of his organs, etc.
 

The Electronic Encoded Card System (EECS) - In order to make it possible to achieve permanent storage of radionic information - and thus to simplify therapy - as long ago as 1987 Bruce Copen Laboratories introduced a new technology in the field of radionics and electronic homeopathy: the EECS system. The EECS card works in much the same way as a computer 'memory stick' in that you can store all information employed in radionics. This information may be the data for a patient witness sample, data for a complex homeopathic remedy or a balancing program.

My clients have the opportiuity of purchasing the CopenLabs Personal Broadcaster (PAB-1) which opens up a new form of radionic therapy based on information that is programmed onto an EECS card and is then radiated to the environment (approx 2m). It is very simple to operate by inserting a programmed EECS card into the PAB-1.

Suitable forms of information include homeopathic remedies, organ rates, protective rates, gemstones and complete balancing programs whcih have been determined from radionic analysis of a blood spot or hair sample. The PAB-1 operates on the basis of a persons own body energy and requires no battery. Its small dimensions make it ideal for a pocket or hand-bag and thus it is ideally suitable when traveling.






 

 



 
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