How to encode and focus intention digitally in radionics

Isuret Polos book “Strange Phenomenons in Homeopathy”  has one chapter which explains what homeopathy has in common with radionics regarding the imprinting or encoding of information:

Somehow our mind needs help to ground and focus in order that the intention builds up enough potential to finish a work. During the dynamization process while creating homeopathic remedies the laboratory assistant performs a “ritual”. The Organon the materia medica written by Hahnemann contains specific instruction for the dynamization of the remedies. Following this detailed rules the intention of the operator will link the morphic field of the original substance to the carrier material, even if the operator has no clue how homeopathy works.

Similar a radionics operator does not need to be initiated in the secrets of how this art works. They just follows a set of instructions and the entire context focus their intention on the particular task.

A morphic field is generated by the intention of the operator. The radionics device is a instrument which enables to focus this intention and facilitate the entire operation. It becomes even easier if a digital device is used, because it can encode more information in a shorter period of time.

But how does the encoding process work?

How information is encoded in radionics is also explained in “Strange Phenomenons in Homeopathy“:

A key is like a symbol. Everyone knows what the symbol of a snake means, or red color, or a triangle. The collective consciousness is able to interpret the symbol and act accordingly.

Distant healing and distant analysis works only if consciousness is the base of physical reality. On the basis of this axiom we can assume that “someone” needs to interpret this information in order to exhibit an effect which begins on a mental level and carries on till to the physical level where it becomes manifest.

Isuret Polos explains that processes on the collective subconscious level are interpreted only  in a symbolic language. A symbol represents a link to a more abstract concept. The symbol does not need to be of ancient origins in order to work. In our modern days we use digital technology, computers and internet which encodes information in a binary form. When you book a flight with your smartphone, your intention is encoded by the software on your smartphone and transmitted to a series of remote servers. Then another program remotely decodes the information and executes all necessary functions. As a result you get your ticket and you are allowed to boarding the airplane at a specific time and location.

Even our abstract human language, including the text you read right now, is encoded in symbolic language first. Every character seems to lack a meaning if considered without its context. Only when the characters are put in a sequence, their meaning becomes “manifest“.

The AetherOne software on the Arduino transforms the broadcast signature into a series of numbers (ASCII code) and each number is then used to make a LED blink.


Some of the information seems to get lost in the process of encoding the intention into a sequence of light signals. But this is done intentionally, because the operator has only the task to formulate the intention, focus it and then “release” it. Its like to tense a muscle in order to move a object, but then you need to relax it again. You can’t tense it forever, this would be harmful and counterproductive.

Somehow the encoded series of light are still connected to your original intention. The LEDs blinks and then after a certain time stops. In the meantime the collective subconsciousness tries to make sense of this series of light, of its patterns, and by doing this it follows the energetic link back to your intention, back to the morphic field you formed by your original intention. For this reason the colors and the symbolism does not need to be 100% accurate. This applies to images too.

Let me illustrate this with a image of a dog:


You recognize the dog because of the link to its original intention of the creator. This is how language works. It is composed of a series of symbols and in their context they form a meaning. But the meaning derives in a immaterial and nonlocal way from its origin. Remember what Polos wrote about the dynamization process of homeopathic remedies? They create a link to the morphic field of the original substance by a series of dilution and succussions processes. In a similar way the intention of the operator is bound to the series of light signals.

Is there a meaning for the colors used by the AetherOne?

Sure there is a meaning. Your monitor decodes information into RGB colors, red, green and blue. All 3 colors combined forms white light. None of them black. The infrared is the “color” outside of the visible spectrum and represents the immaterial and invisible part of radionics. All colors are interpreted by the collective subconsciousness. They make only sense in the context of the radionics practice.

What is the role of the crystal?

The crystal is a relatively new  element in radionics. Dr. Albert Abrams didn’t use crystals and later radionics manufacturers didn’t either.

But later in the 1970s it was Marcel Vogel, an IBM research scientist and the inventor of the magnetic coating for large hard disk drives, who realized that crystals are able to store thought (information and intention). Since then crystals are used for radionics too.


4 thoughts on “How to encode and focus intention digitally in radionics

  1. How to use cards to treat patients Homoeopathically and where do I interphase the card in the circuit


    1. AetherOne 0006 is still a digital version only. The next version, 0007 will have the ability to connect to analog elements like cards or to be embedded directly into a analog device.


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