My personal experience has taught me a lesson: everyone has a restricted world view.
It’s rather normal and understandable that our world view only expands after certain conditions are present on the outside and inside level.
The outer conditions are the acceptance of scientific facts by the community and therefore the individual does not fear to loose his reputation if he accepts the new paradigm too. But as long the community refuse the new paradigm, the individual will fear to be labeled as a so called “quack” or pseudoscientist.
The inner conditions for the acceptance of a new scientific paradigm are more subtle and more difficult to recognize. A world view (or paradigm) represents also a stable framework on which one can build his own assumptions and thought patterns. To change the own world view radically, from materialism to idealism, from a classic newtonian physics world view to a new on mind based one, where the mind generates physical reality and can create nonlocal connections, such a radical change will require to radically change his own hard entrenched thought patterns. And idealism, even if it is based on mind and the immaterial, is not even the state of mind what is called “the spiritual man” in the Bible. It’s just a scientific worldview. And despite it is “just” a scientific worldview it can shake the inner world so much, that a huge resistance can build up if the inner framework of the individual is weak.
Dogmatism, dear reader, is not based on outer nor inner conditions, but on pretense!!!
A classic physics teacher can be convinced of the reality of quantum mechanics if he has enough time to think about it. There is a natural resistance based on outer and inner conditions, but give him enough time (some decades) and he will eventually understand the spookiness of the atomic level.
A classic orthodox medical practitioner will for sure believe in the effectiveness of homeopathy (even if there is no molecule inside the high potency) if he made his own experience and a “new world” opens for him up like a flower opens his petals when the sun shines.
And yes, every man and woman can accept the fact that radionics works if the outer and inner conditions are present for the acceptance of this new paradigm, that nonlocality is the norm, that synchronicity is the aftereffect of connection between many minds over long distance, that the mind can tune in nonlocal and invisible fields for analyzes and balancing.
When does dogmatism occur?
Before I answer this question regarding radionics or homeopathy (I now regard them as one in my personal world view), let’s strife through history in search for the most dogmatic empire we can find and analyze what their reasons was for their dogmatism.
As Enda Kenny (former Taoiseach of Ireland) once said about this criminal institution “dysfunction, disconnection and elitism that dominates the culture of the Vatican to this day” and “the historic relationship between church and state in Ireland could not be the same again” … but he didn’t mention the historic facts that are about the deepest blood guiltiness:
Decree of the Council of Toulouse (1229 C.E.): “We prohibit also that the laity should be permitted to have the books of the Old or New Testament; but we most strictly forbid their having any translation of these books.”
Ruling of the Council of Tarragona of 1234 C.E.: “No one may possess the books of the Old and New Testaments in the Romance language, and if anyone possesses them he must turn them over to the local bishop within eight days after promulgation of this decree, so that they may be burned…”
Proclamations at the Ecumenical Council of Constance in 1415 C.E.: Oxford professor, and theologian John Wycliffe, was the first (1380 C.E.) to translate the New Testament into English to “…helpeth Christian men to study the Gospel in that tongue in which they know best Christ’s sentence.” For this “heresy” Wycliffe was posthumously condemned by Arundel, the archbishop of Canterbury. By the Council’s decree “Wycliffe’s bones were exhumed and publicly burned and the ashes were thrown into the Swift River.”
Fate of William Tyndale in 1536 C.E.: William Tyndale was burned at the stake for translating the Bible into English. According to Tyndale, the Church forbid owning or reading the Bible to control and restrict the teachings and to enhance their own power and importance.
Despite the fact that the Bible says this words in the first chapter of Psalm …
Blessed is the one
who does not walk in step with the wicked
or stand in the way that sinners take
or sit in the company of mockers,
but whose delight is in the law of the Lord,
and who meditates on his law day and night.
That person is like a tree planted by streams of water,
which yields its fruit in season
and whose leaf does not wither,
whatever they do prospers.
… the Church brutally murdered every human being who tried to translate the Latin version of the Bible into a modern language.
The Church reasons for dogmatism, in the past and still today, are based on their greed for power and money. Simple as that!
At the very moment the Bible was available to the laity, the church lost his power. It even laid the foundation for his future destruction. All the power over the people is gone with the fear of a burning hell which was never mentioned in the Bible and only an invention of the Roman Church.
And whenever we encounter real dogmatism, in science, in medicine, in homeopathy, in radionics, in religion or even in art, it’s about power and money … or at least for fame and glory and a huge ego. Again, simple as that!
Dogmatism in radionics and homeopathy
Naturally the cases of dogmatism in radionics and homeopathy didn’t led to murder … but it occurred and it’s still exist and it exhibits a very bad influence on this fine art and science. For example dogmatism in this field promotes pseudoscience and it restricts the benefits of this healing art.
I believe that we have reached a point of critical mass where enough people recognize the truth and the patterns about dogmatism. Inside alternative medicine whenever one claims to have found a new “truth” or “method” and stamps a “registered trademark symbol” on it, their motives are for money and only for money. Homeopathy is free, it’s based on a universal law and it cannot be restrained or limited for it’s use by a human law. Likewise radionics is based on a very similar law like that of homeopathy and how dare some people to claim that only their device works and then they sell it for 10.000 dollar. Oh money is a good motivation for dogmatism.
Dr. Albert Abrams was a wealthy man and he was in a very favorable condition for promoting a new paradigm. He didn’t sold his devices for making money and he didn’t make a mystery about how they work. Everyone could open the devices and rebuild them. Take for example some producers of radionic devices today, not only they claim that their devices works on some science the laymen would never understand, by labeling them as “quantum-xyz-super-duper-device”, but also they prohibit explicitly to open them. The customers would be surprised to see the interior of this black boxes.
I’ve seen dogmatism in homeopathy in the schools of alternative medicine, but the biggest dogmatism exists in radionics, because there the money is made by selling devices. In homeopathy the remedies are made by so many different laboratories and pharmacies, that a healthy competition prevents such dogmatic patterns. Every homeopath has it’s own preference regarding the producer of homeopathic remedies and so there is a limit for dogmatism. This is assured also by the clear words of Samuel Hahnemann in his “Organon” where he describes in every particular detail how to produce homeopathic remedies. So no secrets no dogmatism.
Radionics is still a “secret art“. Dogmatism is much stronger in radionics that in homeopathy due the secretiveness.
For example a lot of devices exists that are labeled as “bioresonance“, “rife” or “orgone device” but in reality they are radionics devices. The problem is that people denies the radionic aspect of their devices because else they would loose customers.
Some devices designed for identifying explosives was sold to Iran and Israel and the producer of this devices suppressed the fact that these devices was indeed radionic devices. They trained the operators well which was included in the high cost of these devices. But apparently they made a lot of money by selling for each type of explosive a different memory card. If they would have told their customers that these was radionics devices they would have been shot in the head right away (you don’t mess with Iran’s military).
Other manufacturer design their devices in a way they look exactly like medical devices and with pseudomedical labels. Bioresonance is a perfect example for this. Dogmatism occurs in the moment you answer them specific questions or even if you mention the word “radionics”. They will lie you in your face by claiming incredible pseudoscientific absurdities and they become angry and raise their voice in a hysterical manner.
Homeopathy and radionics are already labeled as pseudoscience by the mainstream science, because it cannot be explained with the materialistic paradigm. But inside the radionics community you will not have paradisiacal conditions, because of the huge ego of some individuals who enjoy their priest-like status of some strange sect or religious organization. If it’s not the power and the money, then it’s at least the huge ego based on inferiority complexes.
A very common pattern of dogmatism is to hush the person who asks questions or wants to talk about certain critical aspects of a science by denying him to go further, claiming that this aspects was “already discussed enough” … WHAT? … so did I come to late to the party? Discussing for the thousands time what rate a specific flower has is fine, but to discuss the operators role and his intent in radionics is kind of taboo. You will encounter resistance on different levels if you touch the source of money which flows freely in the world of unknown and misuses the ignorance of laymen.
As I said, a paradigm needs time for change, but dogmatism is a pretense, it’s based on a hypocritical mind, on a lower level of consciousness. Such a mind cannot be convinced about higher truths or hidden aspects. Greed is what it is, low level, stupid, blinkered.
Simplicity is a good sign for a open mind
In recent time I have read some really good books about radionics which mentioned the role of the operators intent and their devices. The explanation was simple and straightforward, without hiding the true nature of radionics.
Simplicity is not contrary to complexity, because on the base of every complex system is a simple basis. Reality is interwoven but simple at it’s base. On contrary a lie is complicated, because it has many layers and each layer protects the next layer with another lie. There is no simplicity in a lie, it’s complicated. You will encounter a lot of contradictions in a complicated matter. And the reaction is always the same, it’s anger when you reach for the core.
Try to ask a dogmatic person his very reasons and motivations. He will get angry.
Try to ask a open minded person for his reasons and motivations and he will be delighted to answer you all your questions without hesitation. Without secrets and hidden motives the interview is a great pleasure.