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Galen Hieronymous and Radionics or Orgone Agriculture

"Old scientists never accept new concepts; they just die. But young scientists grow up in the environment of the new concept and accept it automatically." -- Wernher von Braun

Dr. Albert Abrahms was the original inventor of radionics, and was a famous neurologist from San Francisco. He designed a radionics machine called an Oscilloclast that was constructed using resistors hooked up in series and died in 1924. His family sold his designs and all his leftover machines to another group, which called it the Pathoclast. That company went bankrupt in 1929 with the stock market crash.

Someone bought all these parts and had the blueprints for the machines but no finished machines. They advertised in the newspaper for an electrical engineer to assemble them. Galen Hieronymous, who was around thirty years old and working on his doctorate at the University of Chicago at the time, answered the ads. The company handed him the parts and blueprints and he assembled them but said the equipment wouldn't work or do anything.

The company said, "We didn't ask you to analyze the machines, just build them," and told him to just keep assembling the machines. Since he needed the money and it was easy work, he kept doing so while working on his doctoral stuff. One day, a gentleman he never saw before visited the plant, tested the machines, said they were okay, and then left. Eventually Hieronymous became so curious about he devices that he asked to take one home and was given one. He tried in vain to make it operate, got frustrated but couldn't get anywhere with it.

His wife said, "Let me try." So, she tried rubbing on the machine's friction plate which feels stickier when operating the equipment correctly, and found that she was sensitive enough to have it work for her. Galen couldn't feel the stickiness required to operate the machine, but his wife could. So she set about to train herself to be an operator. Hieronymous thought it was all hogwash and just kept assembling the machines while working on his PhD thesis.

One day, one of the neighborhood boys was taken to the hospital because he lapsed with a high fever. The entire neighborhood was upset because in those days people usually went into the hospital to die. Hieronymous's wife said, "I think I should try working on Billy with this equipment," and he said, "Sure if you want to try that nonsense." So she went to the house and got a sample of his hair the family had saved from Billy's first haircut. She followed the instructions in the manual on how to do a workup on a person and said, "According to this he has an infection, so I'll follow the instructions and treat the infection."

A few hours later when it was bedtime, Hieronymous asked her if she was finished, and she said "Yes, according to the machine the infection is gone so I can go to bed." Later, that night someone was heard running down the street shouting, "Billy woke up and he's eating." That's how close neighborhoods were in the 1930's.

Next day, the neighborhood couldn't stop talking about how Billy had been unconscious and suddenly woke up at exactly 10:30 and said, "I'm hungry." 10:30 was the exact time Galen's wife said the treatment was done and according to the machine, that Billy was cured.

Hieronymous was hooked. He started conducting his own research. Within 3 years, he could build solar collectors that were able to chlorophyll energy into darkened rooms to grow green plants in his basement. The designs for this can be found on the web and you can find an interview discussing this device at Sympathetic Vibratory Physics.

By the early 40s he had a patent application for his original "eloptic analyzer" Hieronymous said that the energy he worked with had both electrical and optical properties. It could be run through wires, focused by a lens, and split by a prism. Working with this energy was the basis for his original radionics machines.

He felt that eloptic energy was the same energy that bound matter together and that if you added eloptic energy to a molecule,the electrons would migrate outward because outer electron shells have more energy than inner shells, and that outward migration would cause the nucleus to attract more protons. Whether true or not, it's a reasonable explanation for how you could cause elements to transmute from one into another as the beaming of energy at atoms to do just this is what is practiced in modern physics.

In Pennsylvania he worked on a project to get rid of corn borer worms that were destroying the crops of farmers who weren't using pesticides. With his radionics instruments he therefore measured the vitality of the worms and then searched until he found a chemical reagent that would reduce its vitality to zero, and thus kill the worms, if applied to their environment.

In another test later in life, a friend asked him to help rid his cherry tree of caterpillars. With our psionic analyzer he analyzed the caterpillars, discovered the right reagent that would reduce their vitality, and then "painted" a photograph of that tree with the discovered reagent (in this case it was oil of cedar), put the photo on the radionic machines' sensor plate, set the dials for broadcast and let it alone. Three days later, caterpillars were falling off dead from the tree or ended up swarming away in all directions.

A similar task was achieved by the famous clairvoyant Rudolf Steiner, who rid an estate of rabbits through an astro-homeopathic formulation that flicked in the air all over the estate grounds. Several days later, all the rabbits were seen huddling together under one large tree on the estate, and then marched off the property en masse.

The work of Hieronymous is studied by most radionics users in agriculture, and the potential to use his devices for the analysis of soils, animal sickness and pest control can easily be seen if the stories are true and the equipment does work. Eventually Hieronymous retied and moved to Florida. Now dead, he would help local farmers with nematode troubles and would treat their families and livestock

The idea of destroying microorganisms in people is not the field of agriculture but the methodology used is similar to the radionics use for livestock. What an operator would do is take a specimen from a patient who is ill, and put it in the instrument to identify whatever germ or bug it might be. After the identification stage, you would find out what neutralizes the bugs, run the machines, and as the bugs die off people would get better.


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