Open Source Radionics – Part 1 – Concept

This will be a series of posts describing how to build your own radionics device. It will help you to understand the basics of radionics and how to apply these concepts when designing and building the device(s).

All relevant data like rates, concepts, design and even source code for the software will be published in https://github.com/radionics/OpenSourceRadionics.git.

My motivation to open source this information is to promote the research in this field. The radionics device should not be a “blackbox” anymore, but a open box, transparent, in order that everyone can see what it is, how it works and promote to copy it and make it better.

From the very beginning Dr. Albert Abrams did not make any mystery about radionics or his devices. Everyone could open the “black box” and study it’s interior. Some pioneers like Ruth Drown or Malcom Rae build their own versions or improved the existing ones. Remember that most of them was laymen and not rocket scientists.

Naturally the idea behind open source does not mean that it is totally free. You will need to invest time, effort (and yes some money for materials) in order to build one. The alternative is to buy one from someone who has invested thousands of hours in research and experimentation. So I believe that open sourcing will never damage an existing market (a good example is the Arduino). On the contrary, the ideas, designs and software can also be used by the manufacturers, because it is licensed with MIT.

Concepts in radionic

I choose the witness and the trend plate as the two most essential elements. Let’s say you want to copy a homeopathic remedy. You place the remedy bottle on the witness plate, which can be considered as the input plate or source plate, and a bottle of globuli or water on the trend plate, which is a kind of target or output plate.

radionicsConcept_witness_trend

Between the source and the target a symbolic connection is necessary.

Another element is the amplifier, again just a symbolic amplifier. (I will write a extra post about the hardware one can use for each element.)

For a simple homeopathic copy machine you need a element which allows you to adjust the power of the amplification. This element can be used to increase and to decrease the power. Very useful to change the potency of a remedy. For example you have Nux vomica C1000 in your medecine chest, but you need a much lower potency like a D12, then you can decrease the potency by adjusting a knob between the witness, the amplifier and the trend.

The extended outline looks now like this:

radionicsConcept_witness_trend_amplifier.PNG

So now we have the 4 most important elements: Witness and trend plate, a regulator and a amplifier. Oh we have a fifth one too, the connection between the elements … almost forgot.

What’s next?

As you may have noticed I have not lost a word about the analyze component. Before we consider this part we need to consider how to replace the witness with a more flexible component in case we have not the source material at hand.

The remedy bottle we want to copy does not have to be present in a material form, localized in spacetime. As we know we are talking here about an entire different paradigm where mind is the base of matter. Symbolism is the meat and potatoes of radionics. But you know this already, right?! The rates!

radionicsConcept_witness_trend_amplifier_rates.PNG

Now we are independent of a material source for the witness. Yes, we have could used a piece of paper and write down what we want as input, but why not amplify the design and make it better, in case we don’t have a pen and paper 😉

The witness plate is still there and connected with the rates settings. There is no reason why one should get rid of it. It is still useful.

Additional elements

This elements can be added to achieve certain results faster or just for personal purpose

  • On/Off Switch
  • Clear or disconnect button
  • Energize button (for building up a bigger potential)
  • Additional Input: Audio, USB, connection cable with another device
  • Additional Output: Antenna, external amplifier
  • Some visual components … more in a later post about the design

 

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