Radionics

A science based on the concept that all matter, animate and inanimate, emits radiation. The basic concept
of radionics is that each individual organism or material radiates and absorbs energy via a unique wave field
which exhibits certain geometrical, frequency and radiation-type characteristics. This is an extended force field (extending to infinity) that exists around all forms of matter whether animate or inanimate, and touches all other fields. It is this aspect of matter which enables a skilled and sensitive practitioner to detect and treat diseases by tapping into energetic link between mind and matter. The more complex the system, the more complex the wave form. Living things, like humans, emit a very complex wave spectrum of which parts are associated with the various organs and functions of the body.

Radionics originated in the United States in the early 20th century with the work of Dr. Albert Abrams
(1863-1924), Director of Clinical Medicine at Stanford University. Radionics has flourished in Europe, though the efforts of the Radionic Association (16-A North Bar, Banbury, Oxfordshire, Great Britain) and carries on a program of education, research, training and certification of radionics practitioners.

How Does Radionics Work?

Radionics is based on the fundamental concepts of atomic physics (E=mc2), and the fact that even solid
matter is dynamic and mutable (solid-liquid-radiance). Molecules of diseased tissues have a different atomic and electromagnetic composition than healthy tissues, and this “radiation” can be detected and evaluated.

Radionics makes it possible to detect disease in its earliest stages, before any physical symptoms are
manifested (i.e. interfaces at the etheric level). Dr. Abrams later developed his own treatment device designed to neutralize abnormal radiations “by the therapeutic application of vibration,” aimed at restoring the equipoise of disease by a rearrangement of molecules or by raising their vibration to a normal standard of frequency.”

Radionics Phenomenon Described

Such phenomena are best described within the terminology of modern physics. Einstein’s Theory of
Relativity and Electrodynamics is based on the concept that all matter is composed of atoms help together by
energy fields and forces. Research physicist Dr. Frijof Capra states in his book, The Tao of Physics, that “in this world, classical concepts like “elementary particles, material substance or isolated object” have lost their meaning. The whole universe now appears as a dynamic web of inseparable energy patterns.”

David Bohm, physicist and author of Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1980), viewed quantum theory
as an indicator of a new order-an existence in which all things are connected in an unmanifest “implicate order”, by the entire field. This explains the concept of the universe as a unified field (wholism).

Radionics works because the field of the practitioner can contact the field of the patient to obtain an analysis. The practitioner, keeping in mind her or his own question, must use some means of determining when
the state of resonance has been achieved-that is, the pattern of the patient’s energy field has been identified and transduced into a rate, response or set of numbers which the practitioner then correlates with a particular disease condition.

Methods of determining the patient’s frequency imbalance using Radionics include:

  1. Radionics machines
  2. Kinesiology
  3. Dowsing
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“Disease is an aberration of the electron structure, a change in the otherwise uniform flow of electrons constituting the field of energy which is radiated from the physical organism."

- Dr. Albert Abrams, 1922 (the first physician to diagnose disease from a distance, using only the patient’s blood spot as a reference)

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