Radionics

Dr. Arden Anderson

The ACRES USA Conference spends some time breaking icons. Upholding other what our other friends in the universities call Off-the-wall science. Maybe I can put it into focus this way. I used to know a guy named Isaac Asimov. He was a science fiction writer and as you know, science fiction writers take great pride in being able to live out in a world several centuries down track. Isaac was at one of their conferences, and he was disturbed. He told the audience, ďYou know, out there in the real world theyíre coming up with stuff we havenít even heard of.Ē

Well, out here in the world of ACRES USA, weíve come up with stuff the university hasnít even heard of. Ever since we published the Brix scale with a refractometer which has reverberated around the world, hundreds if not thousands of these units have gone into the hands of farmers without the university even being aware of it.

We also have instrumentation called the radionics machine and if the university has heard of it they have rejected it out of hand, as folklore and folly. And yet, we take the position that this isnít folly. This is high science. Itís low energies that we are working with. This is the human being and the great microorganism called the earth operates on.

To explain this and to make it come real and to defend its reality, Iíd like to present to you, Dr. Arden Anderson. Arden, would you take the podium?

Thank you very much, Chuck. Itís I guess kind of a pick up from yesterday. Please feel free to ask questions as we go along. Iím going to make this a little bit more informal than yesterday. But there is a number of things I really do want to cover in radionics.

Iíll give you a little bit of background on myself. I was raised on a dairy farm in Michigan and at a very young age I was reading things about alternative medicine, alternative energy. I learned about chelation when I was something like 10 years old through various magazines I was reading.

Interestingly enough, technology has always been something that was really developed by people in the field. It was not really developed by people in these large, multi-million-dollar laboratories in universities. Radionics was no different than that.

I was introduced to radionics in the early 80s by a gentleman by the name of Jerry Fragenstein. Jerry was involved in alternative agriculture. He was one of the original people-óot necessarily with Dr. Carey Rheims, but he was one of the early consultants along with Dr.óthat studied Dr. Carey Rheimsí approach to agriculture and medicine. And he realized over the years of doing consultation in both in medicine and in agriculture that we needed some other tools to help us make decisions.

Really, thatís the bottom line is that we need something to help us make decisions so that we can do things so we can do things and act and achieve the goals that we want to.

Fortunately at about that same time I began working with Dan Skow, and we had a situation with a herd of cattle at that time that were dropping dead. Dan had done a lot of the typical tests. He had posted them. Blood tests and so on. Couldnít find the cause of these animals dropping dead on this farmer and for any of you that have either dairy cattle yourself now, or know about them. You can'í afford to have a cow drop dead every week.

The bottom line that we came up with is they were just dying of a heart attack. Well, thatís great, but putting a name on something doesnít solve it. So, he got frustrated to the point and decided weíre going to give this a try. He did an evaluation and he did an evaluation radionically on the animal and come to find out, we had a salt problem. But the feed ration was okay salt-wise. The water was okay salt-wise. So why did we have a salt problem?

How did he figure out we had a salt problem? Because when he did the radionic evaluation the heart ran an intensity of 50, and the kidneys were running 2,000. Being a veterinarian and knowing a little bit about anatomy and physiology and recognized that this was a salt problem. So we began evaluating the whole ration and we found out that the salt was coming from the alfalfa hay. It wasnít coming in the form of sodium chloride, it was coming in the form of potassium nitrate. Basically, he was a conventional farmer and he fertilized alfalfa with potash. Thatís where the salt was coming from.

So we antidoted that simply by taking salt out of all the rations and then adding a few B vitamins and a few other things, and the cows stopped dropping dead.

That was my first exposure, really, to the application of radionics, and Dan told me at that time, ďHad I not had the instrument I wouldnít have been able to find that, because conventionally I hadnít found that.Ē So, it was a very nice exposure to me as far as being to see that here is an application.

I learned how to use the instrument, and have used it quite a bit agriculturally, not medicine, but agriculturally, and I find it is an excellent tool both in problem solving, as well as teaching about what goes on in the soil with products, and helps me to answer some questions relative to why or why donít certain things work.

Radionics is an interesting subject that was originally started by a man named Albert Abrams. Albert Abrams was a medical doctor. He was a rather unusual medical doctor back in the late 1800s. He was not old enough to receive a medical degree in this country. He was from a wealthy Jewish family in San Francisco, so he decided to learn German and he went to Heidelberg medical school and at the ripe old age of 19 received his medical degree from Germany.

He stayed in Germany and studied under some of the greatest physicists and physicians of the time. One of great note is a Dr. Verkau(?). Verkau is credited with being the father of pathology. Albert Abrams came back to this country finally and set up practice at Stanford. At that time it was Cooper Medical Clinic, but it is Stanford University, and he became the world renowned pathologist. Not a pathologistóthe authority in the world in pathology at the turn of the century.

Also, being a physicist, he was very inquisitive about what happens with the way bodies function. He became an expert in the art of percussion diagnosis. In other words, percussing the abdomen or parts of the body and diagnosing. He figured out at the time that diseased organs had different frequencies when percussed than did healthy organs.

As well as being head of the medical clinic at Stanford, or Cooper Medical Clinic, at the time, he was also a professor. He taught pathology and he taught physical diagnosis at the medical school.

One day in his laboratory he was percussing a patient and having somewhat of a difficult time so he turned the patient in different directions, and by accident, if you willóand of course, I donít believe in accidentsóhe found that the tonal quality of the abdomen absolutely changed with the direction he turned the patient.

It took him about three hours of repeated testing of the patient and he finally figured out that there was a significant difference if the patient faced east. There was a significant difference between north, south, or west.

Over time he developed further and further to the point that he didnít need that actual patient, because he got patients that were actually so sick they couldnít set up and be percussed. So he found out that if this patient simply touched a surrogate patient he was able to percuss the surrogate patient and diagnose the ill patient.

He then took it the next step and found all he needed was a blood spot from the sick patient, place it on the forehead of the surrogate patient. Percuss the surrogate patient and diagnose the ill patient.

By this time, this was the early teens of the 19th century, and still he was the renowned pathologist in the world. He was teaching this technique and he developed an instrument called a reflexoclast. With a reflexocast, he was able to take the frequencies, and set his instrumentówhich was basically a resistance materóand set the resistance at different setting depending upon what it was that he was looking for diagnosing.

He still used the surrogate because the person had to be within the circuit of diagnosing. You still use the surrogate, because the person had to be within the circuit of this instrument and he still percussed. So his meter, if you will, was percussion. His witness, if you will, was the surrogate patient with the blood spot on their forehead.

He became world renowned for being able to diagnose patients of every kind of disorders, just with this method. In fact, he had people that would try to trick him. They would send him hog blood. They would send him dead peopleís blood. They would send him cat blood. They would send legitimate blood of real patients, and occasionally physicians would send their own blood. Not one time did they trick him.

He could tell whether or not this was animal or human. In fact, a couple of stories he wrote back and he said, ďWell, your pig has a problem with their digestive system.Ē Of course, the people who sent it in were just flabbergasted that he was able to do that.

Further, and of course, this even gave him more recognition that a person can do this kind of thing. Well, also being a physicist, he was observing an opera singer one day and noticed that this opera singer was able to take a glassóand we donít have the kind of glasses we have todayótake a glass. Hit the glass with a spoon and sing that note. The opera singer could sing perfect pitch and shatter the glass. You canít do that today because the glass is different. You have to have regular blown glass to do that.

As a physicist he recognized the principle of resonance, but physics is physics is physics. So if this can be done n nature with an opera singer and glass, why canít we do that on a person or on a bacteria or some kind of disease thing? So he developed the next instrument which he call an oscilloclast which was not just a diagnostic instrument, it was also then was a broadcast and treatment instrument. Low and behold, he could exactly do that. If a person had a staph infection he could set an instrument on 60 Ohms and treat that patient for staph and clear it.

He had two wivesónot at the same timeóand his motivation in life was to find the cure to cancer, because he lost both of his wives to cancer. So that was his life goal then.

As well, a little history on the gentleman was coming from a very wealthy Jewish family he was the only child and so he did not need to work for a living. He was a multi-millionaire. He inherited the estate.

All of the money he made from his medical practice went into a trust fund to build a hospital in San Francisco to treat people radionically, that is if he even charged them. Most of his work was free gratis. He treated physicians from all over the world. They also came there to train with him. Literally this gentleman went from being the renowned pathologistóand he is listed in Whoís Who in Americaóovernight literally to a quack. Because everybody knew that there was no possible cure to cancer.

He could take care of everything else, and literally show them he could take care of everything else, but thereís no way he could cure cancer. That was pure quackery. So literally, overnight he went from being a world renowned pathologist to a quack. Fortunately, a number of physicians from around the world had studied from him and six months after he discovered the oscilloclass and built that, he died at age 64.

You might want to ask me why did this man die if he was so great? He told his assistant right after he had developed it, ďmy work here is done. I have achieved my life goal. I am no longer needed.Ē And he died.

Well, fortunately, there were a number of people who had studied radionics from him and at that time it was called the electronic reaction to the Abrams. Rufe John was one, as well as a number of physicians in England. Those in England hired an engineer from Firestone named George Deelwar to build them instruments.

Well, George Deelawar was a curious gentleman and decided to build two instrumentsóone for himself and one for the physician who asked him to build one. He began doing research himself. George Deelawar advanced radionics, or electronic reaction to Abrams to the point where he came up with what he called the Deelawar Camera. The Deelawar Camera, taking a blood spot, tuning the instrument took a picture, and there are 10,000 of these on file in England today that you can go look at. Take a picture of whatever it was that it was tuned to. If it was the liver, if it were the heart, if it were a leaf on a tree. It didnít matter. The picture came out just from that sample. He could take it regardless of what the time span was.

So he could take a seed and he could come out with a picture of the mature flower. A lot of people, their eyebrows go up. Their brain starts to spin a little bit, and boy, this sounds like real science fiction. But the thing about it is, it is very good physics, and if you understand a little bit about genetics, you understand that every cell in your body has all the information for your entire body. What did you start from?

All of us started from single cells in utero, and then developed from there. Yes, our cells differentiated into different parts of the body, but nonetheless every cell in our body contains all the information for our body and life.

Well, in this country, Ruth Brown was a chiropractor. She developed as well, the science of radionics. She developed the Ruth Brown camera which would do the same thing. So we duplicated on two continents, and the two didnít really correspond that much.

As money and business go, the British Medical Association decided to take this to task why this was quackery even though George Deelawar worked in a number of hospitals in England with very good success treating patients with all kinds of maladies. The BMA decided to take him to task because this was quackery.

At the same time, in this country, the American Medical Association decided to take Ruth Brown to task. She was a chiropractor and really didn'ít stand much of a chance. She lost her suit. They found it was quackery in the late 50s and early 60s and the FDA came down on radionics very very strongly in this country. Took all the instruments away from the chiropractors. Most of the chiropractors at that time were the ones that were using radionics and it was just kind of swept under the rug.

In England, fortunately, George Deelawar, being an engineer, he worked for Firestone. He was much better off. He won his suit. He had such overwhelming evidence proving the legitimacy of it that it was acknowledged that yes, this is a legitimate modality. It does work. Today radionics in England is an accepted alternative medical therapy. In this country it is not accepted medically. Agriculturally it really doesnít matter. Basically there is no regulation there. You can do whatever you want with your soil, basically.

In this country radionics has developed into an agricultural application as well as individuals do use radionics for their own health. In England itís more of a medical therapeutic application and agriculture is really kind of obscure. There are a few people who do some agricultural things but not very many.

In England most radionics applications are therapeutic. In this country a lot of it is instrumental and diagnostic. Yes, there is an overlap in both.

That brings you up to date as far as where it is today and where it came from. My background on that is, I studied it both in agriculture and I went to England and took a medical radionics class from a gentleman who was a PhD professor of electronics who, himself became ill, then became a homeopath. Went to not a correspondence school, but an actual residency homeopathic school. Became a homeopath and a natural healer. Interestingly enough, three days after he ended the class I was in, and there were five of us in the classó3 medical doctors from this country, myself and a friend of mineóthis gentleman disappeared. H totally disappeared. His secretary didnít know anything.

Finally I found out a few weeks later he went to Romania, because this man had his real goal was to go and be a medical missionary for children in Romania. Every year he went over there and took supplies, so thatís what he did.

He up and left to go to Romania to be a medical missionary to the orphanages over there. My experience in radionics in this country has everything to do with agriculture. Why do I use radionics in agriculture? And the question still is asked, what is radionics?

I donít know if I can answer that. Itís sort of like, what is energy? What is the sun? A lot of those questions, there is never a totally acceptable or satisfactory answer to that. Other than all I can say is that everything boils down to energyóphysics. If you look at chemistry or physics of every tissue in your body. Your whole body is broken down into organs or divided into organs or tissue. If you break that down itís into cells. Break that down you get into molecules. Further down you get into atoms, and further smaller than that, you get into sub-atomic particles that make up the atoms which have to do with protons, neutrons, and electrons. And what are those? They are simply concentrations of energy, so at the basis of our bodies, of this building, of everything physical and non-physical is energy.

Whatís energy? Good question. Energy is that life substance created by God that keeps us active. It turns over in the universe. It had a number of different manifestations, but it is still energy. The essence of it is still the same.

What we do in radionics is still back the same principle that Dr. Abrams originally came up with, and that is that everything has a signature. My voice is different than every one of your . Most of you recognize that if your spouse or very good friend calls you on the telephone you donítí have to ask, ďwho is this?Ē You know who it is, because you recognize the voice.

Many of you can even recognize the presence of your loved oneóespecially spousesóif the simply walk into the room. You donít have to see them or hear them. Some people are not that sensitive. What is that? That is just an energetic interaction, but everything has a signatureóan energetic signature to it. Just because you canít hear the tonal difference, or see the color difference, or feel the texture difference doesnít mean that it doesnít have a difference.

Radionics is simply the evaluation of things from an energetic or frequency perspective in order to determine pre-physical, what the possible physical interaction is going to be. My application of radionics, why I use it a lot agriculturally, is after I have done the history and physical on the fieldóin other words, Iíve collected the data from the farmer. I have the sample of soil and weíve got a soil test on it so I know what the major nutrient levels are. How many of you recognize that three are umpteen different products that you can apply to your soil.

For example, there may be 10 different calcium products that you can apply to your soil. How do you decide which one to apply? And letís say all of them. Letís say you want to (___) on one. You determine via your soil test that you want to put high calcium lime on the soil. Which high calcium lime are you going to put on the soil? Well, the cheapest one.

Is the cheapest one going to give you the best bang for the buck? Because the ultimate decision that has to be made is, that for the amount of dollars that I have available that I am going to spend on this calcium carbonate, which one is going to give me the best value for my money?

Now the conventional way is that well, it doesnít make any difference. Just apply it. Turn up the sod a little bit and apply the pesticide because it really doesnít make any difference. Quality is of no issue, but if you want to really balance the soil, what you want to do is maximize the energy so you maximize the biological system so you maximize crop production.

So what I want to do is, say I have a number of fertilizers available to me. Letís say I have three high-cal lime products. Theyíre all the same price. But there is a difference in freight, so ultimately there will be a difference in the cost of these. But youíre on a limited budget. I donít know if any of you understand what a limited budget is (laughter) but letís say youíre on a limited budget, so you only have so many dollars that you can spend.

What I do is I have some of the soil from the field and I want to know which of these limes is going to give me the maximum benefit out of that calcium for my soil. What I need to so isóI could buy each one of them and put it on 1/3 of my farm of 1/3 of this field. But what happens if, say #2, is actually detrimental to the field. How many of you can afford to lose 1/3 of your crop. This isnít a very good choice, is it?

Letís say that this one is going to cost you $20 per acre per ton applied. This one will only cost you $15 per acre per ton, and this one would cost you $18 dollars.

The conventional mindset would say, itís all the same. Weíre just going to apply this right here. Now youíre thinking, Iím applying lime. Iím not going to have a crop failure. I can tell you from personal experience from my fatherís farm, you can have. Thatís another reason we became interested in radionics.

When we first started doing some (turn tape) Öwe started out and said, okay. Weíre going to put the lime on. Weíre going to put the soft (___) phosphate on. Weíre just going to do this whole thing on, but weíre just going to do it on 40 acres and see how it works. One thing we didnít do is have it analyzed radionically to see what was compatible with our soil.

So we bought what the Extension Service told us was adequate lime, was cheap, nice and fine so it would be readily available. Letís apply that. So we did.

It almost broke the farm because, 1) 20 acres of it we didnít even harvest. The 20 acres that we did harvest a little bit we put in the silo, which was mistake number two, because the following year we almost lost most of the dairy herd. Lead, arsenic, cadmium, mercury, and some paper resins.

It took a number of years to turn that soil around on that acreage. It was good lime from strictly a neutralization perspective, and people who play the pH game who really donít know what chemistry is, really donít understand pH, who think that liming is just an issue of pH told us that this lime would be just fine. The problem was that it was paper mill lime, and it carried all the garbage that was in the paper from the paper mills. In our particular soil it was an absolute disaster.

The only way you know that conventionally is to apply it. It was, in fact, the cheapest source that we had availableóby several dollars.

Radionically, we could have analyzed that and a while later, when I was with Dan Skow we did, and we found, of course, it doesnít check very well radionically. That decision would never have been made. So what radionics allows us to do soil-wise is to do the trial and error before we go to the field.

Now, one problem that I find with radionics, and I teach a number of classes (about one class per hear now) that is a lot of people want to use it as the decision-maker. It is not a decision-maker. It is only a tool that allows you to have further information.

What do I mean by the decision-maker? Well, they donít soil test. I donít need to soil test. I can just do it radionically. They donít learn basic principals of soil nutrition, crop nutrition. They donít learn the basic principles of getting out in the field and actually seeing whatís happened. So they think, ďI donít need all that. I have a radionics machine. Everything is solved.Ē In fact, I donít even need to apply fertilizer. Iíve seen that. Iíve also seen a lot of failures because of that.

It is a tool. It is not a cure-all. So what you look at with it is simply, you still have to think. You still have to do all your homework. You still have to get out in the field. You still have to come up with a selection of products that you might use. The only thing the radionics instrument is going to do for you is to help you select the best of the products that you have. The other thing that it will do is help you put together combination of things in quantities that you might apply to the soil.

Let me give you an example. Letís say we want to put together a foliar spray. The foliar spray is something that I want to apply in order to get fruitset. Dr. Skow said you can go with vinegar. You can use a little bit of Phos acid. You can put some ammonia in there. Basically, you want to get some of your acids in there. Some other questions are, okay. Iíve got three seaweed products I want to add, and I may have a couple trace element products I want to add to this. My tissue analysis says I need some manganese. My soil test shows that while I am really low in sulfur, or the neighbor over here says I should apply zinc to this crop.

Maybe you should, and maybe you shouldnít. So what you can do is take all your trace elements, and your seaweed, and you can do two things. One) you can put together a mix radionically as to which of these things is going to work the best energeticallyóin other words, which will give you the best boost radionically. Then you mix up a little jar mix in a spray bottle and go out in the field in the morning. Do a little plot. Check the refractometer reading. Spray it, and 30-45 minutes later you come back and recheck the refractometer reading.

What that tells you is whether or not the mix that you just put together is actually going to help your crop.

I was working for a company about 10 years ago and there was a young man who was just out of college who wasnít too sure about this radionics thing, so I did an analysis on a hay field that he was going to go out and check. I checked the Brix reading radionically, and I told him the Brix reading was about a 7 and when you apply this mix together it will raise it to between 9 and 10. He said, ďYeah, right.Ē

So we went out and checked the Brix reading. Sure enough, it was a 7, and he applied the mix, waited. Talked to the farmer a little bit. In about 45 minutes later rechecked it, and it was a9. It is that accurate, but the thing about it is, it still does not eliminate the importance of understanding that while first of all Iíve got to go and select these products to begin with to even pick from.

You have to understand what it is that youíre looking for. Iíve found so many people who go through a radionics class and they think, well, this instrument is a cure-all. Now they donít have to think.

Number 2) they think this will also manage the farm for them so they donít need to have budgets. They donít even have to think about that. They donít even need fertilizer anymore.

The other thing is they forget all about farming, start playing around with the radionics instrument and nothing gets done. It is not a cure-all. It is not a substitute for anything. It is an additional tool. The instrument only gives you answers to those things that you understand, and itís not talking to you. Itís something you have to operate. So itís just like a calculator. A calculator will not give you any information that you donít feed into it and understand which buttons to push in order to get the correct answer back.

If you need to divide a complex equation, if you donít know how to feed it into the calculator, the calculator isnít going to do it for you. Itís the same thing with the radionic instrument. If you donít understand what it is that youíre attempting to solveóin other words, I want to set fruit on my tomatoes.

What is the basis of setting fruit on tomatoes? You have to switch the energy of that crop over into the fruiting position. If you don'í have enough calcium in the field to begin with, you're going to have difficulty doing that.

How does radionics operate? As far as what are we doing with the instrument?

I have a nice inventory. This is probably only 1/10th of my inventory. A nice inventory of test tubes with various different fertilizer materials as well as groceries, as Dr. Skow talked about. And, what I have those foróthese are the samples of the fertilizers of various materials I am going to use to put together a fertilizer mix. The interesting thing is, the KISS policy, keep it simple, stupid.

You use the cheapest, most available things that you possibly can in an area in order to put together the mix. What I do first of all, is understand what it is that crop needs. I know a little bit about soils. I know a little bit about crops, and what I do then is pull out those samples of materials that I may put together in my fertilizer mix. I will then put them into the instrument with the sample of the field, the soil sample, or the leaf or whatever it is that Iím using, and measure the interaction energetically of these two materials.

You ask, how can that happen? How can you put two things together without blending them physically and get some kind of interaction with them? Have you ever been to a concert and listened to people singing, and one person is tremendously out of tune. You get resonance.

Why do you have resonance there? Something you can hear. If itís bad enough you can actually feel it. How can you feel that or hear that if there is not physical interaction between those two people? All you have to have is an energetic interaction between those two systems.

It was interesting. I did some work with Cleave Baxter. If you donít know who Cleave Baxter is, if you happen to read the book, Secret Life of Plants, then the follow up book, Secret Life of Your Cells. Cleave Baxter was a gentleman who did a considerable amount of research work. He actually did the work in Secret Life of Plants. Even though he wasnít credit for it, he actually did the work.

Cleave Baxter currently lives in San Diego, and he came up with a lot of the current knowledge in lie detectors. He figured out through experimentation that he could hook up a lie detector to a plant and tell whether itís telling the truth, right? (laughter) No, he could tell whether or not the plant reacted to various things, and in Secret Life of Your Plants he found that plants do react to thing.

Some other interesting things he did which he couldnít report all of it, but was involved with people and what he did was took a mouthwash and took white blood cells from a personís mouth, and put that in a solution with electrodes so he got contact with them and monitored on a lie detector machine (EEG) readings from this white blood cell. At the same time put a traveling video camera on the person that they came from. Any time that something happenedóthis was a little bit different, Iíll explain this one. Any time something happened to that person that was emotionally stimulating whether it be fearful or on the other end of the spectrum, loving, it responded. It didnít matter how far away the person was either.

The test that he did here was he had a person in his lab. And gave him several different magazines. One magazine aroused the gentleman, and his white blood cells on the other side of the room hooked to the EEG machine responded.

How in the world can that happen? I did a study with him (Cleave)Ö

What I did was we wanted to see what was the connection with plants and the foliar sprays that we applied to them. What we did was take some yogurt and used it as the surrogate. We put the electrodes in the yogurt and mixed up two sprays. One spray I knew would be beneficial for some tomato plants in the lab. And one spray I knew would absolutely be detrimental.

We brought in a lab. Assistant who didnít know what I mixed up. I left the room and left the assistant with directions to pick one of the bottles and spray the plants. He didnít know which was which. It wasnít predictedóhe didnít know, he didnít project or anything and we got a definite blip out of the plant, actually the yogurt, when the plants were sprayed. Theyíre in the same room together, but obviously yogurt is different than plants and when we put the beneficial spray on we had more of a positive out of the yogurt than when there was a negative one.

We had to spray at this point, and this was the positive spray that we put on. The point was that you wonder how can we do this interactions between plants or between soil and fertilizer and the proof that we showed here is that there is an interaction in nature all the time. Things effect each other all of the time. Radionics is simply a tool that allows us to evaluate or compare that interaction. When we take a soil and put a fertilizer in that soil there is an energetic interaction. That is simply what we are attempting to measureóthat interaction then gives us information that we can move to next and make a decision whether or not to apply this fertilizer or avoid this fertilizer?

We can do that, however, not only with fertilizers. We can do that with seed. We can match seed or crops to fields. We can match it to timing, when things need to be applied. When is the best time to get the best result from applying things We can take it with animals and determine what feeds will be best for these animals. What combination of feeds are going to be best for these animals. You can tell which antibiotics are going to be best for the problem the animal has. All in advance, then you actually go and apply them.

The question often times comes up relative to radionics is, well, if I am operating this instrument, where is the energy coming from? I think the best answer is the energy is not coming from anywhere. The energy is here all the time. Itís simply a matter of whether or not you are acknowledging it, and able to tun into it so that you do acknowledge it. You are not getting answers from anywhere. You are simply getting interactions between changes in resistance between two systems.

Most electricians, after they have been electricians for a while, can feel the weak electrical fields in various circuits, and the average person canít feel them. The electrician, having trained their sensitivity feels these currents.

There are people who tune engines, not by the oscilloscope, but by sound. They hear the instrument. Many farmers who are really good at adjusting equipment such as a combine, theyíll adjust it first in the shop according to what the book says, but then theyíll go out in the field and listen to the combine and adjust it according to what? Feel. Weíll explain that. Whatís feel? What do you mean?

For those of you who have done that you understand what I mean. It is a learned activity. Operating a radionic instrument is a learned activity. It is a sensitivity that you develop. What Iíll do is bring one out. There are a number of instruments on the market as well. People always ask me, which instrument should I get? My personal opinion is, it really doesnít make any difference.

The reason I say that is, Yes, there are lots of really nice, different kinds of instruments out there, because the real issue here is not the instrument, even though a lot of people would like to say that, well, is $150,000 better than a $125,000 combine? It all depends upon the operator. Thatís the bottom line.

Is a $20,000 car better than a $15,000 car? It depends on how you operate it and how well you take care of it.

With radionics it is the same thing. I donít find that a $5,000 instrument is any better than an $800 instrument. In fact, a number of people have unfortunately believed that if I buy a little more expensive instrument Iíll will be able to operate it better. If I buy another instrument Iíll be able to do it better and take care of more things.

Bottom line is still operation. Do you first of all understand the basics of biology and in soil, because if you donít understand that you wonít understand the thought processes through which you need to proceed in selecting fertilizer. Selecting foods for your crops. So part of every radionics class that I teach we spend a whole day just on biological principlesówhat the nutrients are used for and why. And how to make decisions as to which ones to use or not to use. Quantities to use.

The other thing is that you actually need to be out in the field looking at whatís happening in the field so that you understand what it is that you want to achieve. Now, radionics has been used treatment-wise in agriculture for insect control. Weíve done it on our own farm with actually some humorous results. We had a field with alfalfa weevil, and a couple days later who said, ďyou know the funniest thing happened. I was out in my field and I checked for alfalfa weevil and a terrible infestation, so I decided we either have to spray or weíve got to cut. When I went out there two days later to recheck, there wasnít any alfalfa weevil left. We just kind of chuckled, because there werenít any alfalfa weevils in our field either. We had treated them out.

There was an organization called the Homeotronic Foundation of Pennsylvania that was set up in the 50s, run by a General Gross. Their sole business was treating insects out of fields radionically. That operated for a number of years. They operated from a distance. All they needed was photographs and what insect problem it had, and it treated them out.

There was a study in Canada a few years ago treating out pests in the forest. Very large scale pests. Very successful. Treated the insects out of the system. Now, there are times when that is very very appropriate. What I have found, however, is if the farmer thinks he or she can use radionics allopatically, soon it wonít work. And it doesnít work because itís not a legitimate science. It doesnít work because the reason the insects are there has not been overturned. People who think all they have to do is treat the insects outóI donít care if you do it radionically or if you do it with malethione, or DDT or whatever it is that you use, the principle of your problem solving logic is still the same.

Thatís why yesterday, when I talked about the difference between allopathic approach to problem solving and the integrative approach to problem solving, the allopathic approachóit doesnít matter what you use. The logic is still the same. Itís war. So I donít care if you use a radionic instrument or whether you use some other thingówhether you use beetle juice or whatever you use, it doesnít make any difference.

If you donít solve the reason the insects are there to begin with which is a nutritional imbalance, each year it will be more and more difficult to get rid of the insects.

So what you do if youíre going to treat insects is at the same time we figure out what kind of foliar spray do we need to put together in order to solve the reason these insects are here. So the instruments have different settings on them.

This instrument happens to be what is called the Rogers Instrument. There are a number of different ones out there. (Fredensense?) here sell this instrument as well as a couple of other ones. There are a number of them out there that are very good instruments. I prefer this one 1) because Iím comfortable with it. 2) it doesnít cost very much, and when Iím taking it on airplanes and travelling around the world literally, I donít want something that is going to cost a lot of money if I break it. Itís not going to make that much difference to me. Not that $800 doesnít make a difference to me, but $800 vs. $5,000 instrument that makes a lot of difference to me.

So the point is itís still the operator. Iím using this as a problem solving tool, not as an end in itself. What we do, the instrument is set up basically, we have two sets of dials that are simply variable capacitors. The instruments are then set on whatever number weíre tuning into. Weíre tuning into a given nutrient on the subject, or a specific organ, like the leaves, the sap, or the vines, or the flower or fruit, or whatever that weíre specifically targeting.

One nice thing about radionics, if you are growing tomatoes, the fruit is what youíre interested in so you can specifically hone in on the fruit, if you wish, and building your program around just the fruit. If youíre raising ginseng youíre interested in not only the root, but some specific compounds in the root. So you can specifically set the instruments to the compounds youíre interested in and build your fertilizer program around what will raise the intensity of those compounds.

How do we do that? Well, we simply take a sample of the product. Letís say this is a sample of my soil. I place the instrument, and yes, we have a rub plateóa rub plate simply is my interaction, my ear so to speakówith that instrument. By rubbing that, as Dr. Callahan has shown, what youíre doing is youíre building a static charge. A static charge amplifies the signal. Some people are sensitive enough that they donít need to do that. As you turn the dials they can feel changes in the circuit. But most people have to rub the plate in order to amplify it enough that they can feel it.

If youíre extremely toxic youíre not as sensitive I have found. If you have an attitude problem you definitely have a problem evaluating or using the instrument, so we need to adjust that. If you are sick, youíve got the flu or a cold, or youíre depressed or whatever, you have a difficulty. So what we do is that we get a baseline reading. Then we want to know what the calcium is going to do to my field. I put it in there. I check another reading. Okay, what is that one. Let me check that calcium, what is that going to do? So you get different readings as to the interaction between these different products and (end of tape)