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Origins, benefits, efficacy, and methodology
Radionics is a technique of healing from a distance by means of equipment or other means using the extra-sensory perception (ESP) faculty. A trained and skilled practitioner can determine the causal factor of disease within any living system such as humans, animals, plants, or even the soil. Therapeutic energies are given to the patient or the subject by the medium of treatment in order to restore health.1
What is Radionics? Where did it originate?
Dr. Albert Abrams had been credited with the origination of radionics. He was born in San Francisco in 1863. He graduated in physics from the University of Heidelberg. During his research studies, he developed an instrument with calibrated dials that he used to determine the intensities and reactions associated with disease in patients. He called his work “Electronic Reaction of Abrams or ERA.” From this research came the therapy known as radionics. In 1924, when Abrams died, his instruments were exhaustively tested by a Committee chaired by Sir Thomas in England and found to be of diagnostic value.1
In current times, the field of radionics keeps itself up-to-date with technological developments. The modern radionics therapist follows the axiom “All is Energy” and examines his or her patient physically as well as in terms of interpenetrating energy fields. Ancient philosophies that regard man as a multi-concentric energy system tie up well with the beliefs of radionics. Thus, radionics is a field where physics, para-physics, religion, and science meet.1
How is radionics beneficial?
Radionics therapy has been shown to be useful in treating many chronic and acute conditions. However, it has been shown to be most effective in long-term general support. Elderly people have found radionics therapy to help promote good health in later years.2
Studies/research on its efficacy
Clinical evidence has shown that radionics treatment is effective in a significant number of cases.1
A study conducted on the efficacy of the Radionics Operating Arm System (OAS) has shown that it is reliable and correct based on a wide variety of routine neurosurgical procedures.3
How is radionics performed?
A practitioner of radionics uses the principles of dowsing by the application of the faculties of ESP to the problem of detecting the disease present in the patient.
- The procedure is similar to the working of a dowser which detects the location of oil, mineral deposits, or water.
- The type of ESP used in radionics is called radiesthetic faculty.
- During this procedure, the practitioner gets information about his patient’s health by putting a series of mental questions.
- This information is not accessible directly to the conscious and thinking mind.1
- Previously, it was essential for the patient to be present in the same place as the practitioner for analysis and treatment.
- Today, even a sample of blood or a snippet of hair is enough to help form a link with the patient using earth’s energy field.1
- Thus, the standard practice for a patient who is consulting a radionics practitioner is to send a sample of blood or hair along with a case history and a complete description of the symptoms.
- If convenient, some practitioners will call the patient for the starting consultation.1
How can you get started with radionics?
In order to start the analysis, the radionics practitioner will place a sample from the patient on the radionics equipment and attempts to tune his mind with that of the patient.
- He or she then adjusts the instrument in a way similar to tuning a radio.
- Next, the practitioner asks the patient a series of questions using his knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and the nature of the human force field.
- The questioning depends on the patient’s illness and the causal factors. It is methodical and predetermined.1
It should be understood that a radionics analysis is not a medical diagnosis. The analysis identifies the underlying causes of the patient’s illness and the symptoms. The identified causes may or may not match those cited using conventional medical methods.1
Once the radionics analysis is completed, the treatment for the patient is ascertained. All pathological states and causes have their individual frequencies. The radionics practitioner selects the “Rates” which will overset the imbalance in the patient’s body. These “Rates” are then transmitted to the patient with the radionics equipment, using the patient’s sample to help form a link.1
Any precautions, contraindications, interactions
Since radionics treatment occurs on a non-physical level, it does not harm the physical tissue and does not produce any unnatural adverse effects.1
- Tansley David V. Radionics Interface With the Ether-Fields. Random House; 2011. 136 p. [David V. Tansley]
- Eljamel MS. Accuracy, efficacy, and clinical applications of the Radionics Operating Arm System. Comput Aided Surg. 1997;2(5):292-7. PubMed PMID: 9484590.