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BIOPHOTONICS The

original
wishing
machine

Future_Horizons wishing machine is actually a Radionic device and is now available as a


modified pyramid mind machine. Raymond Ebbeler author extraordinaire, inventor,
investor, an esoteric scientist and Pyramidologist has created the ultimate wishing
machine that allows humans and animals to accelerate the law of attraction to change
thought forms into reality

BioPhotonics is the electronic Magazine or had copy on how to construct a working pyramid
mind machine called the PyramiTronix Resonator that is constructed as a basic,
intermediate, and advanced stages for accelerating the law of attraction. The eZine is FREE
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Preface: Authors Findings Supported by Wikipedia and Peer-Reviewed Research

The purpose for constructing a prototype model of the Great


Pyramid at Giza Egypt is to identify the shape as a resonant
cavity. According to Wikipedia a resonator is cavity and is
defined as:
A resonator is a device or system that exhibits resonance or resonant
behavior, that is, it naturally oscillates at some frequencies, called its
resonant frequencies, with greater amplitude than at others.
The oscillations in a resonator can be either electromagnetic or mechanical (including acoustic). Resonators are
used to either generate waves of specific frequencies or to select specific frequencies from a signal. Musical
instruments use acoustic resonators that produce sound waves of specific tones.

A Pyramid As A Cavity Resonator

A cavity resonator, usually used in reference to electromagnetic resonators, is one in which waves exist in a
hollow space inside the device. Acoustic cavity resonators, in which sound is produced by air vibrating in a
cavity with one opening, are known as Helmholtz resonators. A physical system can have as many resonant
frequencies as it has degrees of freedom; each degree of freedom can vibrate as a harmonic oscillator. Systems
with one degree of freedom, such as a mass on a spring, pendulums, balance wheels, and LC tuned circuits have
one resonant frequency. Systems with two degrees of freedom, such as coupled pendulums and resonant
transformers can have two resonant frequencies. A crystal lattice composed of N atoms bound together can have
N resonant frequencies. As the number of coupled harmonic oscillators grows, the time it takes to transfer
energy from one to the next becomes significant. The vibrations in them begin to travel through the coupled
harmonic oscillators in waves, from one oscillator to the next. The term resonator is most often used for a
homogeneous object in which vibrations travel as waves, at an approximately constant velocity, bouncing back
and forth between the sides of the resonator. The material of the resonator, through which the waves flow, can
be viewed as being made of millions of coupled moving parts (such as atoms). Therefore they can have millions
of resonant frequencies, although only a few may be used in practical resonators. The oppositely moving waves
interfere with each other to create a pattern of standing waves in the resonator. If the distance between the sides
is , the length of a round trip is . To cause resonance, the phase of a sinusoidal wave after a round trip must
be equal to the initial phase so the waves self-reinforce. The condition for resonance in a resonator is that the
round trip distance, , is equal to an integral number of wavelengths of the wave:

If the velocity of a wave is , the frequency is so the resonant frequencies are:

So the resonant frequencies of resonators, called normal modes, are equally spaced multiples (harmonics) of a
lowest frequency called the fundamental frequency. The above analysis assumes the medium inside the
resonator is homogeneous, so the waves travel at a constant speed, and that the shape of the resonator is
rectilinear. If the resonator is inhomogeneous or has a nonrectilinear shape, like a circular drumhead or a
cylindrical microwave cavity, the resonant frequencies may not occur at equally spaced multiples of the
fundamental frequency. They are then called overtones instead of harmonics. There may be several such series
of resonant frequencies in a single resonator, corresponding to different modes of vibration.
Because of the universe
and cosmos as a space-
time continuum -- a
region for aether to be
abundant for all to harness
is the Great Pyramid
which also incorporates in
its sides and angles the
means for creating a
highly sophisticated map
projection of the northern
geo-hemisphere.

Further along with the other two Giza pyramids replicates the exact positions of the three stars in the
Constellation Orion where is an example of The Golden Spiral, whereby the three pyramids and the Sphinx are
interlocked and thus situated by design.

The PyramiTroniX Resonator similarly introduces the shape for the invention
which accelerates the Law of Attraction as a scaled down version for the
pyramid housing assembly.

The purpose for this housing is to capture the electron (photon) discharge
abundant in the aether which couples with the bio-photons of an individual's
brain and body.

The present invention provides a method and apparatus that addresses "putative" energy fields or bio fields
which have denied measurement based on the concept that humans are infused with a subtle energy having 70
different names such as chi, ki, prana, life force, etc. However, in theoretical physics, scalar field theory can
refer to a classical or quantum theory of scalar fields. A field which is invariant under any Lorentz
transformation is called a "scalar", in contrast to a vector or tensor field. The quanta of the quantized scalar field
are spin-zero particles, and as such are bosons. The only fundamental scalar field that has been observed in
nature is the Higgs field. However, scalar fields appear in the effective field theory descriptions of many
physical phenomena. An example is the pion, which is actually a "pseudoscalar", which means it is not invariant
under parity transformations which invert the spatial directions, distinguishing it from a true scalar, which is
parity-invariant. Because of the relative simplicity of the mathematics involved, scalar fields are often the first
field introduced to a student of classical or quantum field theory. In particle physics, a pion (or a pi meson,
denoted with the Greek letter pi: ) is any of three subatomic particles: 0, +, and . Each pion consists of a
quark and an antiquark and is therefore a meson. Pions are the lightest mesons (and, more generally, the lightest
hadrons), because they are composed of the lightest quarks (the u and d quarks). They are unstable, with the
charged pions + and decaying with a mean lifetime of 26 nanoseconds (2.6108 seconds), and the neutral
pion 0 decaying with a much shorter lifetime of 8.41017 seconds. Charged pions most often decay into muons
and muon neutrinos, and neutral pions into gamma rays.
Nonetheless, since biofields have not been measured by conventional instruments and that neither the external
field nor their therapeutic effects have been robustly scientifically demonstrated as a biophysical process, the
objective is to design a method and apparatus that focuses on the interactions of the brain (consciousness) and
body (cardiac) to amplify emotional, mental, social, and spiritual parameters of human growth and self-
development.

Non-invasive measurement can determine various changes in biological system s which includes the chemical
analysis of blood, urine, and other processes relative to bio-photonic discharge usually considered the waste by-
product of metabolism.

Previously, infrared photon energy was used since the kinetic energy of thermal movement of molecules is E =
0.132 eV (electron volts) at 9,350 nm (nanometers). In contrast is the 1.67 - 3.41 eV (electron volts) of visible
photons necessary for cells to regenerate regarding bio-photon emissions (BPE) as natural processes.

Bearden (1995) determined 1kg of mass was equivalent to 17.053 X 10 ^ 50 and served as an "action switch" as
a small as a quantum as defined by Planck's constant divided by four. He de-differentiated an infected cell
(DND) and it was the de-differentiation process that indicated the DNA as a "time-reversal" potential at its
previous state of health and wellness. However a problem observed is between energy and the energy density
flow relative to Einstein's E=MC ^2. He related that electromagnetic energy trapped in space is equal to c ^2
(time squared) since energy can be transformed from one state to another state.

However, a reference to Whitaker's (1903) seminal paper "On the partial differentiation equation of
mathematical physics" indicates that scalar potentials can be decompositioned into a harmonic series of bio-
directional electromagnetic wave pairs. Of significance is that each wave pair consists of a wave and its phase
conjugate (anti-wave) observed as a "virtual" or phantom effect. By the "distortion correction theorem" of non-
linear optics (not yet in existence til 1970) was each wave pair (wave, anti-wave) as a superposition for space
(wave) and time (anti-wave). Therefore each wave pair appears as a standing wave where each point as (E )
energy of the wave and (-E) N-energy of the anti-wave simultaneously superimpose with each other. In
superposition (E, -E); individual vectors do not cancel or cease to exist since the wave pair passes through space
as observed by the observer. For this to occur, an observation time is needed to detect the "observation effect"
as E and -E. However, it is the E(T) and -E(T), the "observation time differentiation" which removes time so
that the observer will observe a zero an d a non-E field comprised of E + (-E) = 0. Thus the scalar field densities
can b e summed at any point and a gravitational standing wave is superposed as the true phase conjugate
replicated (time-reversal of wave pairs) and the electromagnetic field is converted to gravity. Whitaker
indicated that the wave pair include s photons/anti-photons as pairs -- a spin 2 entities called gravitons, not
individual photon in the 4th dimension (time). Whereas, E(T) and -E(T) did not cancel in the 3rd dimension
(space).

Mind, Body, & Spirit Development The practical scalability of the PyramiTroniX Resonator

as a full-scale model can now evolve as a trihierarchical stage of development regarding mind, body and
spiritual.

Contemporary neuroscience research addresses the existence of algorithms for all sensory transduction
necessary as brain-specific coding referred to as "intrinsic data fields" (IDF).

Direct stimulation of these codes are within the human temporal or limbic cortices with application of
electromagnetic patterns which usually require high energy levels. However, a scaled down process is coupling
a narrow band whose frequencies range from 1 - 15 cycles per second HZ (Hertz).
Although the resultant vector summation of the E field is a zero vector, the scalar field densities can be summed
at any point thus non-localization. Of particular interest is Dirac (1929) who postulated a "quantum theory"
for the electron and predicted anti particles and electrons or positrons through the process of " positron
annihilation" where the pairing of electrons produce a photon and the new area of research became known as
"Quantum Electrodynamics" (QED).

Thus non-localization was not an instantaneous connection across space, but rather time which coupled separate
systems where no physical (phantom) activity or interaction occurs at the speed of light...but thought.

Since non-localization was based on deBroglie-Boem's theory which occurs when an electric current was passed
through hydrogen gas, a radiated light, when dispersed through a prism produced a line spectrum and supported
Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle based on energy and time as a functional relationship. It further purports that
if energy was sufficient to penetrate a barrier, the electron could "tunnel" through that barrier by sharing
"surplus" (free) energy based on superposition when the electron is a wave function.
Since neurons can be excited by externally applied time-varying electromagnetic fields, the pulse current I(T),
the point source to where a cell could be positioned above the forehead (pineal gland) an/or adjacent to the head
(temporal lobe s) activate the E-field in tissue based on

Faraday's law"

V x E= alphaB / alpha T where B is the magnetic field produced by the coil based on

Biot-Savart Law

B (r1, t) = mu0 / 4 pi => d/r ^1 X (r-r ^1) / 1r - t (1/3)

These laws are amenable to scientific method as a non-invasive imaging process where the brain as a charge
point can be measured as a field outside the head indicative of metabolic and hemo (blood) dynamics. The
conventional neuroscience provides evidence-based research for multiple techniques regarding imaging.

Raymond W. Ebbeler, Ph.D. (Candidate; on Sabbatical)


Health Psychology, Walden University

The Wishing Machine

This amazing machine is actually just a type of Psionic amplifier that works using a direct link to your own
mind. It essentially amplifies your intent or wish and can help to materialize it into your reality. The machine is
simply a tool and the real power actually comes from the person using it so the more focused your mind and
willpower is the better your results will be.
This technology has been around for many years and was successfully tested many times even in
laboratory conditions. Many people thought it was complete nonsense but now conventional science is
finally catching up. Some researchers now believe that it is a Quantum Mechanics effect that allows the
machine to work. A thought experiment invented by Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky, and Nathan Rosen
back in the late 1930's has now begun to scientifically substantiate much of the psychic and Psionic
phenomenon. It is a sort of bizarre loophole in quantum physics known as the EPR (Einstein-Podolsky-
Rosen) effect that seems to tell us that our world is put together in such a way that an event going on in a
distant galaxy or in the mind of a friend across town is also going on in some analogous way in our own
mind simultaneously. The experiment is a bit complex and rather difficult to explain but here it is: The
experiment involves what physicists call a two particle system of zero spin.

This means that you have two particles, such as two electrons, one spinning one way and the other
spinning in exactly the opposite way so that the spin of each of the electrons cancels the other out. One
spins right while the other spins left or one spins up while the other spins down. In the experiment the
two particles are separated electrically so that their spins should not have an effect on one another. Now
comes the strange part. Physicists were able to affect the spin of one of the electrons randomly using a
magnetic field and found that the other electron seemed to know instantly that this occurred and it
reverses its own spin to maintain equilibrium of spin cancellation.

This experiment tends to confirm that there is a universal connectedness with all things within our
world. And that information about any part of the whole is instantly available to any single part! This
strange connectedness proven by the EPR effect has a mathematical proof known as Bell's theorem,
which was published in 1964 by J .S. Bell, a physicist at the European organization for nuclear research
(CERN) in Switzerland. Bells theorem implies that at a fundamental level the "separate parts" of the
universe are connected in an intimate and immediate way. Another amazing part of this is the fact that
this type of informational transfer if you will takes place instantaneously everywhere in the universe.
This has some incredible and far reaching implications in the way our reality actually works. The
experiment gives confirmation to the belief that all matter in the known universe exhibits a universal
connectedness and that information is available and accessible to anything or anyone who knows the
secret of accessing it. This is like a universal collective unconscious. This also means that the
subconscious minds of all people are also collectively linked on some level together and to the rest of
the universe. The same apparently goes for all physical matter.
Future Horizons
Dr. Raymond Brown and the Underwater Pyramid

In 1970, Dr. Ray Brown, a naturopathic practitioner from Mesa, Arizona, was scuba diving with friends near the Bari
islands, Bahamas, in an area 20 miles from the edge of a submarine drop-off called the Tongue of the Ocean.

During the dive, Brown became separated from his companions, and in trying to rejoin them, suddenly saw a strange
pyramid shape looming up against the aquamarine light. The pyramid was situated 22 fathoms down, stood 120 feet
high, with only 90 feet projecting out of the sea floor shifting sands. Brown was at first struck by how smooth and mirror -
like the stone surface of the structure was, with the joints between the individual blocks almost indiscernible.

Swimming about the capstone, which the Arizona diver thought looked like lapis lazuli, he discovered an entranceway
and decided to explore further. Passing along a narrow hallway, Brown finally came to a small rectangular room with a
pyramid-shaped ceiling. What was amazing was that the room contained no algae or coral growing on the inner walls.
They were completely spotless.

In addition, though Brown had brought no flashlight, he could nevertheless see everything in the room perfectly.

It was very bright and well lit, but no direct light source was visible. Brown's attention was drawn to a brassy metallic rod
3 inches in diameter hanging down from the apex of the center, and at its end was attached a many -faceted red gem,
which came to a point. Directly below the rod and gem, sitting in the middle of the room was a stand of carved stone
topped by a stone plate with scrolled ends.
On the plate rested a pair of carved metal bronze-colored hands, life-sized, which appeared blackened and burnt, as if
having been subjected to tremendous heat. Nestled in the hands, and situated 4 feet directly below the ceiling rod gem
point, was a crystal sphere 3-1/2 inches in diameter.

Brown first attempted to pry loose the ceiling rod and red gemstone, but neither would budge. Turning back to th e crystal
sphere he found it easily separated from the bronze hand holders, and left the pyramid with it. As he departed, Brown
felt a presence, and heard a voice from somewhere telling him never to return.

Fearing that his unusual prize might be confiscated as salvage-treasure by the U.S. government, Dr. Brown did not
disclose the existence of the strange crystal or his experiences until 1975, when he exhibited the crystal for the first time .
He displayed the crystal only a half dozen times, but each time witnesses have seen or have been sensitive to strange
phenomena directly associated with it.

Deep inside the crystal form one gazes upon three pyramid images, one in front of the other, in decreasing sizes. Some,
entering into a meditative or alpha brainwave state of consciousness, are able to clearly see a fourth pyramid, in the
foreground of the other three.

The significance of the image may have been hinted at by psychic Elizabeth Bacon of New York. In a trance reading on
the mysterious sphere, she received the message that the object had once belonged to Thoth, the Egyptian god who
ages ago buried a secret vault of knowledge at Giza, near the three great Pyramids there. Do the positions of the three
pyramid images in the crystal hold a key to finding a fourth, as yet unfound subterranean pyramid, that is the fabled Hall
of Records?

From the side, the internal images dissolve into thousands of tiny fracture lines, and Brown feels these may be electrical
in nature, like some form of microscopic circuitry. From still another angle, and under special conditions, many witnesses
have been able to see a large single human eye staring out serenely at them. Photographs of this eye have also been
taken.

Like the mysterious crystal skull of Central America, Dr. Brown's crystal sphere is the source of a variety of paranormal
events. People have felt breezes of ionic winds blowing close to it; cold and warm layers surround it at various distances;
other witnesses have been phantom lights, heard voices, or felt strange tingling sensations around it.

A compass needle placed next to the sphere will spin counterclockwise, then begin turning in the opposite direction
when moved only two inches away.

Metals are temporarily magnetized in close contact with it. There are even recorded instances where one person has
been temporarily healed of an ailment by touching the crystal sphere, but then the next person to come into its range
took on the symptoms of the ailment of the other person, as if the crystal could draw out and then activate human
disorders at will.

Just what the purpose of the crystal sphere was, and what role it once played in the enigmatic instrument Brown found
inside the sunk en Bahaman pyramid, remains a mystery, though of course there are some interesting possibilities.

One idea proposed is that the sunken pyramid once attracted, accumulated and generated cosmic forces.

The suspended rod may have conducted forces accumulated in the capstone; the faceted red gem at its end
concentrated and projected the energy to the crystal sphere below it; and the burnt and blackened hands, showing the
evidence of an energy transfer, probably amplified the release of energies; while the crystal sphere acted as the tuner
and broadcaster of the energies.

All that we know for certain is that the crystal sphere Dr. Brown retrieved from this system is by itself testimony to a
most sophisticated technology, for as experts at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington noted, the technology for
cutting quartz stone to the perfection exhibited in the crystal sphere was not accomplished by our civilization until after
1900.

Is It Alien Technology? Another Variant Is The Telepathic Pyramid


The painting also shows the exact shape and relative size of the pyramid, as well as the manner it was held by
the being. The colour scheme of the pyramids surface, as well as shadows and illustration of walls
transparency, is conveying the impression that Daniela got when looking at the working pyramid.

Fig. C2. A photograph of the pyramid

Shown is a prototype of this device built in Poland, but not made operational. More details about the purpose,
operation, and theory behind this device is provided in treatise [7], in chapter G of monographs [3] & [3/2], as
well as in chapter N of monographs [1/2] & [1/3].

Research on the prototype completed by Daniela indicated that after an alternating current of high frequency is
supplied to the device from an external source (e.g. from a radio) the pyramid produces some kind of telepathic
signal. However, her prototype still hides some construction errors which make it impossible to operate
according to the original specification of the giver. To eliminate t hese errors, further theoretical research and
physical development needs to be carried out.
(Top) The side view of the whole pyramid. The device is held by myself (Dr Jan Pajak) in a manner
similar as the little being with blue eyes held it in his hands. During such holding the biofield of the user
infiltrates through the active space of the device. Because this bio-field carries the thoughts of the user,
it modifies with these thoughts the state of the optical interference cavity. In turn the modifications of this
optical interference cavity are imposed onto the electrical oscillations from the pyramids resonator, thus
modulating these oscillations.
After the modulation into magnetic vibrations these thoughts are emitted into space from which they can
be intercepted by another similar device. After being intercepted these thoughts are demodulated and
superimposed on the biofield of another user, thus appearing in his/her mind as another set of thoughts
imposed on his/her own.

(Bottom) The inner components of the pyramid. The casing (hat) is visible from underneath after being
put aside on the right.

Fig. C3. The general shape, design, and main components of the pyramid

This illustration is prepared as if all the elements were transparent, i.e. through subsequent components the
elements, shapes, and connections placed behind them are visible. It represents a repetition of Figure N2 from
monographs [1/3] and [1/2], and Figure 1 from treatise [7].

This device is shaped as a pyramid of around 27.5 [cm] high. Its wiring and main components are hermetically
enclosed inside a pyramidal casing made of perspex or glass. The casing hosts: a copper fram e (F) shaped like
a pyramid and aligning each corner of the casing, a conical coil also made of a copper wire, four aluminium
disks (D1), (D2), (D3), (D4) attached to the side walls of the pyramidal casing - one of them (D1) should have a
small hole in the centre, quartz crystal (Q) placed at of the height, phial (T) placed in the centre of the base,
two inductors (I1) and (I2), and four cascades of mirrors (M1), (M2), (M3), (M4) placed in four corners of the
base. All these components should not touch each other, although they should be electrically connected
together according to the original instruction.

Their electrical properties should fulfil the condition of harmonic proportions.

The phial (T) should be half filled with ordinary kitchen salt, half with mercury. It is recommended that it should
work under a vacuum. Both inductors (I1) and (I2) are made of small bar magnets with copper wiring tightly
winded around them. Each cascade of mirrors (M) is made of three small mirrors of descending heights. The
copper frame (F) is simply eight pieces of copper wire joined together so that they form the shape of a pyramid.
It is recommended that the whole pyramid should be under a vacuum.

Fig. D1. The electrical diagram which illustrates the basic circuits and connections
existing in the pyramid

It is reproduced from Figure N3 of monograph [1/3]. The continuous lines indicate the connections that were
described to Daniela in the original disclosure. The broken lines indicate electrical connections which were not
included in the original disclosure, but the existence of which is explained by theories described in chapter D of
this treatise (chapter D explains the phenomena, principles, and basic circuits involved in the pyramids
operation).

The below diagram illustrates my knowledge about the operation of this device at the time of writing this treatise
(the further theoretical research which I continually carry out, combined with experiments which hopefully will be
inspired by this treatise and may be completed by readers, in future may introduce some improvements to this
diagram).

Names of subsequent components of this pyramid are reflecting the use of this device as a telepathyser. The
corresponding names of the same components for the operation of the pyramid as a telekinetic battery are
explained in subsection D2.4. The pyramid is composed of the following main circuits and individual
components: (1) receiving antenna for telepathic waves. It is composed of the quartz crystal (Q) plac ed in the
focal point of the telepathic resonance cavity that is formed from four aluminium disks (D1, D2, ... D4). (2)

The modulating and demodulating circuit (resonator - R). It is composed of such components as inductors (I1)
and (I2), a glowing tube (T), and a vacuum capacitor. The capacitor is formed out of two types of plates (which
differ in shapes), separated from each other with a layer of vacuum (or air). The first of these plates is formed
from four aluminium disks (D1, D2, ... D4) connected together.

The second plate of the capacitor is formed from a conical coil and a frame (F) connected to it. In order to
increase the communicativeness of this diagram, the resonator circuit is marked with a dotted line . (3) The
optical interference chamber/cavity which functions as an inouter for thoughts. It is composed of: a glowing
tube (T) and not shown here four cascades of mirrors (M) which cooperate with this tube. (4) Emitting antenna
which forms the telepathic waves and sends them throughout counter-world. It has a shape of a conical coil .

Fig. D2. A revealing device. It represents a simplified, self-defense version of telepathic


telescopes

Such devices, if completed, would enable us to see our cosmic parasites which so-far successfully were hiding
from our sight by entering a state of telekinetic flickering. More thoroughly the design of this device is described
in treatise [7B].

A state of telekinetic flickering is accomplished by switching on a sequence of fast pulses of the telekinetic field.
Each such a pulse is turning the object that is wrapped into this field into a transparent energy pattern or cloud.
But between these pulses the object remains material and visible. Therefore, if such a flickering is fast enough,
the object becomes unnoticeable for our eyes, similarly as in our motion pictures the flickering of individual
frames becomes invisible for us. But each pulse of the telekinetic field can be intercepted by the device showed
here, and revealed as a glowing shape. Therefore the revealing device illustrated here allows us to see normally
invisible UFOnauts and their vehicles.

They appear as glowing figures at the devices electromagnetic screen (s).

As this is the case with optical telescopes, also the revealing devices are composed of a main tube (t), on which
all other components are to be assembled. At the frontal part of this tube a focusing magnetic lens (f) is
assembled. At the rear part of the same tube the viewing magnetic lens (v) is assembled. In a simplified, self-
defence version of the telepathic telescopes called here revealing devices, such lenses (f) and (v) are simply
permanent magnets (or permanent electromagnets which use DC).

In centre of the tube an electromagnetic screen (s) is formed - see the dotted plane extending across the tube
(t). This screen is composed of a collision surface and the athwart electrostatic field. The collision surface (s) is
formed by the two magnetic fields bumping into each other with their magnetic poles (O) which represent an
outlet for flow of counter-matter (for the notation of magnetic polarity used by present physicists: O=N).

The athwart electrostatic field which is spreading from two thin electrodes (e) extending along the peripherals of
the collision surface and placed at the opposite side of the tube (t). The whole interior of the tube must be filled
up with an extraction glow generating substance (g).
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Appendixes

Appendix Z1

List of illustrations of the treatise [7/2] Pyramid of thoughts (ISBN 0-9583727-1-3)

Because copies of this treatise [7/2] are to be available via Internet, where the inclusion of illustrations may pose
a technical problem, in this listing of illustrations additional information is provided which indicates which of the
publications listed i chapter G also contains a given Figure (most of publications listed in chapter G was supplied
to the National Library of Poland, to all libraries of province capitols in Poland, and also to the main libraries of
almost all higher education institutions in Poland, not mentioning similar libraries in New Zealand and in several
other countries outside Poland).

For example the symbol [1/3]-F1 means that a give illustration is also included into the monograph [1/3] as
Figure F1. The use of symbol ~ indicates either an older version of the same illustration, or illustration very
similar, while the use of symbol indicates a colour print of a given photograph. Note that in the following pairs of
monographs very similar illustrations were used: [1/2] & [1/3], [3] & [3/2], [5] & [5/2], [5/3] & [5/4], [6] & [6/2]. Also
the Polish and other language versions of the same publications have identical illustrations, e.g.: [5/2] & [5/2E],
or [7], [7E] & [7I].

Treatise [7/2] includes 29 illustrations, which in the printed versions of this treatise are arranged into 12 Figures,
a title page, and 2 about the authors pages. In Internet each of these illustrations is available as a separate
item. Symbols assigned to individual illustrations/items reflect their location on a given Figure. Thus illustrations
the symbol of which includes letter H are placed in the higher row of a Figure, while illustrations with letter L
are placed in the lower row of a Figure. Within a given row, symbols l, m, r mean the l ocation on left, in the
middle, or on right.

In turn symbols a, b, c, or 1, 2, 3, 4, indicate a writing-type order within a given Figure.


Fig. A1. The smallest Magnocraft - type K3. [4B]-B1, [5/2]-19, [5/4]-G2, [1/3]~F1, [6/2]-10,
o (A1a) General design and components of K3 type Magnocraft. [1/3]-F1, [1E]-B1, [1I]B1, [3/2]~H1,
o (A1b) Side view of the smallest magnecraft type K3. [1/3]-F1, [1E]-G4, [1I]-G4, [5/4]-G2,
o (A1c) Twin-chamber capsule composed of two oscillatory chambers. [1/3] -C5, [1E]-F4, [1I]-F4,
[2]C4, [3/2]-F5,
Fig. A2. Flying arrangements formed by magnocraft. [1E]-G6, [1I]-G6, [2]-D3, [3/2]-H3, [5/3]-F5, [6/2]-12,
[4B]-B2,
Fig. A3. Scorch marks left on the ground by landed UFOs.
o (A3H) Connection between a vehicles height and a shape of landing site. [1/3] -F33, [1I]~G38,
[5/2]-23, [5/3]-F3,
o (A3L) Photographs of landing sites scorched by single UFOs. [1/3] -P1, [5/2]~33, [5/3]~G9,
o (A3Ll) Two concentric rings. [1/3]-P1, [1E]-M7/H, [1I]-K1, [5/2]-33, [5/3]-G9, [5/4]-H9a,
o (A3Lm) A ring with central scorching. [1/3]-P1, [1E]-M2/H, [5/2]-33b, [5/3]-G9, [5/4]-H9b,
o (A3Lr) A ring with a flange. [1/3]-P1, [5/2]-33c, [5/3]-G9, [5/4]H9c,
Fig. A4. The Tapanui crater where around 7 UFO vehicles exploded in 1178 AD. [1/3]-P4,
o (A4H) A photograph of the Tapanui craters eastern slope. [1/3]-P4, [1E]-M19d, [1I]K4/L, [5/2]2,
[5/3]-A2, [5/4]-A2,
o (A4L) Comparison of similarities between Tapanui and Tunguska. [1/3] -P5, [1E]-M30, [5/2]-8,
[5/3]-C6, [5/4]-C6
Fig. A5. Examples of underground tunnels evaporated in rocks by UFOs. [1/3] -P6, [5/2]~32, [6/2]~21,
(#1-#3) Photos of tunnels evaporated in rocks by UFOs. [1/3]-P6, [4B]-B4,
o (A5_1) Cocklebiddy Cave, Australia. [1E]-M18, [1I]K3/1, [5/2]-32/2, [5/3]-G8, [6/2]-21/2, [4B]-
B4b,
o (A5_2) Deer Cave, Borneo, Malaysia. [1/3]-P6, [4B]-B4/L,
o (A5_3) Tunnel Morona-Santiago, Ecuador. [1E]-M17, [1I]K3/2, [5/2]-32/1, [5/3]-G8, [6/2]-21/1,
[4B]-B4a,
o (A5_4) Principles of formation of underground tunnels by UFOs. [1/3]-F31, [4B]-B3, [1E]~G36,
[1I]~G36,
Fig. B1. The 550 million year-old imprint of human foot. [1/3]-O32,
Fig. B2. An old church painting on the Crucifixion supervised by UFOs. see description under Fig. B2,
Fig. C1. The little white being with blue eyes holding the pyramid. this illustration is unique for [7/2],
Fig. C2. A photograph of the pyramid described here. [1/3]-N1, [3/2]-G1, [5/3]-F8, [7]~2,
o (C2H) Dr Jan Pajak holding the pyramid. [1/3]-N1, [3/2]-G1, [5/3]-F8, [7]~2,
o (C2L) A photograph of the pyramids interior. [1/3]-N1, [3/2]-G1, [5/3]-F8, [7]~2,
Fig. C3. The internal design of the pyramid described here. [1/3] -N2, [3/2]-G2, [7]-1,
Fig. D1. The electrical circuitry (connections) of the pyramid described here. [1/3] -N3, [3/2]-G3, Fig. D2. A
revealing device. [7B]-1/H.
Independently from Figures listed above, treatise [7/2] uses also one drawing on the front page which represents
a repetition of illustration from Fig. C1, and also includes passport -type photographs of both authors included
into descriptions from chapter H About Authors.

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Integrating the Pyramid Cavity and the Coupling


Coefficient of Resonators: The Wishing Machine
Schematic
Wikipedia defines a coupling coefficient of resonators as having a dimensionless value that characterizes
interaction of two resonators: in this casethe Pyramid Cavity and the Wishing Machine Schematic as
Coupling coefficients which are used in resonator filter theory.

Since resonators may be both electromagnetic and acoustic the coupling coefficients are synchronized together
with resonant frequencies within the alpha theta range such that the external quality factors of resonators are
better generalized parameters of filters. In order to adjust the frequency response of the filter it is sufficient to
optimize only these generalized parameters that are specific to the Pi (3.14) and Phi (1.618) ratios found in
nature.

Evolution of the term Resonator


Coupling coefficient considered as a positive constant

Earlier well-known definitions of the coupling coefficient of resonators are given in monograph by G. Matthaei
et al.[2] Note that these definitions are approximate because they were formulated in the assumption that the
coupling between resonators is sufficiently small. However, the coupling coefficient for the case of two equal
resonators such as the scaled down model of the Great Pyramid and a Tesla Coil is a positive constant as a
longitudinal or standing wave that emits a scalar energy
The Pyramid cavity is a nodal representation for information transfer which characterizes
interaction of contextual resonators as a resonant frequency range: Alpha Theta

The PyramiTroniX Resonator will be a conduit for focusing thought to change ones realty using the mind-
body-spirit triad which is the ultimate spiritual experience of transcendence.
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Bandpass filters with cross couplings


The Pyramidal Cell In the
Human Brain and Body

Exoteric versus Esoteric Science

As an exoteric scientist I was interested in using Psychoneuroimmunology to emphasize


biophotonic emission, while I also was an esoteric scientist / pyramidologist and adhered to the
discipline of Radionics as an innovative approach to integrating the mind-body problem in health
psychology. I found that Psychoneuroimmunology actually addressed the overlap in the health and
wellness industry as an alternative medicine that the American Medical Association (AMA) regards
as a pseudoscience that I found it necessary to start a non-profit: Black Box Energies & Research.
Unfortunately, the web site was removed and I had to go underground to do research on Radionics.
Having traveled to the United Kingdom ten years previously in 1988 as an exchange student in
World Art 101; I attended a conference held by the Radionics society in Oxford, England.
Basic Evolution of Radionics: The Human-Machine Interface & the Wishing Machine Circuit

The Heironymus Machine Symbolics\Actual

https://youtu.be/uYL3tQborDw

Radionics: United States & United Kingdom


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Contemporary Radionic instruments

Radionics is an alternative medicine that claims disease can be diagnosed


and treated with a kind of energy similar to radio waves. [1] The concept
behind radionics originated in the early 1900s with Albert Abrams (1864
1924), who became a millionaire by leasing radionic machines which he
designed himself.[1] Radionics contradicts some principles of physics and
biology and so is commonly considered pseudoscience.[2]

The United States Food and Drug Administration does not recognize any legitimate medical uses for such
devices.[1][2][3]

The Wheatsone Bridge as a Substitute for the Radionic Circuit

A Wheatstone bridge is an electrical circuit used to measure an unknown electrical resistance by balancing two
legs of a bridge circuit, one leg of which includes the unknown component. Its operation is similar to the
original potentiometer. It was invented by Samuel Hunter Christie in 1833 and improved and popularized by Sir
Charles Wheatstone in 1843. One of the Wheatstone bridges initial uses was for the purpose of soils analysis
and comparison.[1]

Operation
In the figure, is the unknown resistance to be measured; , and are resistors of known resistance and
the resistance of is adjustable. If the ratio of the two resistances in the known leg is equal to the ratio
of the two in the unknown leg , then the voltage between the two midpoints (B and D) will be zero and
no current will flow through the galvanometer . If the bridge is unbalanced, the direction of the current
indicates whether is too high or too low. is varied until there is no current through the galvanometer,
which then reads zero.

Detecting zero current with a galvanometer can be done to extremely high accuracy. Therefore, if , and
are known to high precision, then can be measured to high precision. Very small changes in disrupt the
balance and are readily detected.

At the point of balance, the ratio of

Alternatively, if , , and are known, but is not adjustable, the voltage difference across or current flow
through the meter can be used to calculate the value of , using Kirchhoffs circuit laws (also known as
Kirchhoffs rules). This setup is frequently used in strain gauge and resistance thermometer measurements, as it
is usually faster to read a voltage level off a meter than to adjust a resistance to zero the voltage.

The 555 Timer Integrated Chip


The 555 timer IC is an integrated circuit (chip) used in a variety of
timer, pulse generation, and oscillator applications. The 555 can be
used to provide time delays, as an oscillator, and as a flip-flop element.
Derivatives provide up to four timing circuits in one package.

Introduced in 1971 by American company Signetics, the 555 is still in


widespread use due to its ease of use, low price, and stability. It is now
made by many companies in the original bipolar and also in low-power
CMOS types. As of 2003, it was estimated that 1 billion units are
manufactured every year.[1]A

Design

Internal schematic

Internal schematic (CMOS version)

The IC was designed in 1971 by Hans Camenzind under contract to Signetics, which was later acquired by
Dutch company Philips Semiconductors (now NXP).

Depending on the manufacturer, the standard 555 package includes 25 transistors, 2 diodes and 15 resistors on a
silicon chip installed in an 8-pin mini dual-in-line package (DIP-8).[2] Variants available include the 556 (a 14-
pin DIP combining two 555s on one chip), and the two 558 & 559s (both a 16-pin DIP combining four slightly
modified 555s with DIS & THR connected internally, and TR is falling edge sensitive instead of level
sensitive).

The NE555 parts were commercial temperature range, 0 C to +70 C, and the SE555 part number designated
the military temperature range, 55 C to +125 C. These were available in both high-reliability metal can (T
package) and inexpensive epoxy plastic (V package) packages. Thus the full part numbers were NE555V,
NE555T, SE555V, and SE555T. It has been hypothesized that the 555 got its name from the three 5 k
resistors used within,[3] but Hans Camenzind has stated that the number was arbitrary. [1]

Low-power versions of the 555 are also available, such as the 7555 and CMOS TLC555. [4] The 7555 is designed
to cause less supply noise than the classic 555 and the manufacturer claims that it usually does not require a
"control" capacitor and in many cases does not require a decoupling capacitor on the power supply. Those parts
should generally be included, however, because noise produced by the timer or variation in power supply
voltage might interfere with other parts of a circuit or influence its threshold voltages.

Pins
Pinout diagram

The connection of the pins for a DIP package is as follows:

Pin Name Purpose


1 GND Ground reference voltage, low level (0 V)
The OUT pin goes high and a timing interval starts when this input falls below 1/2 of CTRL
2 TRIG
voltage (which is typically 1/3 VCC, CTRL being 2/3 VCC by default if CTRL is left open).
3 OUT This output is driven to approximately 1.7 V below +VCC, or to GND.
A timing interval may be reset by driving this input to GND, but the timing does not begin again
4 RESET
until RESET rises above approximately 0.7 volts. Overrides TRIG which overrides THR.
5 CTRL Provides "control" access to the internal voltage divider (by default, 2/3 VCC).
The timing (OUT high) interval ends when the voltage at THR ("threshold") is greater than that at
6 THR
CTRL (2/3 VCC if CTRL is open).
7 DIS Open collector output which may discharge a capacitor between intervals. In phase with output.
8 VCC Positive supply voltage, which is usually between 3 and 15 V depending on the variation.

Pin 5 is also sometimes called the CONTROL VOLTAGE pin. By applying a voltage to the CONTROL
VOLTAGE input one can alter the timing characteristics of the device. In most applications, the CONTROL
VOLTAGE input is not used. It is usual to connect a 10 nF capacitor between pin 5 and 0 V to prevent
interference. The CONTROL VOLTAGE input can be used to build an astable multivibrator with a frequency
modulated output.

Modes

The IC 555 has three operating modes:

Monostable mode: In this mode, the 555 functions as a "one-shot" pulse generator. Applications include
timers, missing pulse detection, bouncefree switches, touch switches, frequency divider, capacitance
measurement, pulse-width modulation (PWM) and so on.
Astable (free-running) mode: The 555 can operate as an oscillator. Uses include LED and lamp flashers,
pulse generation, logic clocks, tone generation, security alarms, pulse position modulation and so on.
The 555 can be used as a simple ADC, converting an analog value to a pulse length. E.g. selecting a
thermistor as timing resistor allows the use of the 555 in a temperature sensor: the period of the output
pulse is determined by the temperature. The use of a microprocessor based circuit can then convert the
pulse period to temperature, linearize it and even provide calibration means.
Bistable mode or Schmitt trigger: The 555 can operate as a flip-flop, if the DIS pin is not connected and
no capacitor is used. Uses include bounce-free latched switches.

Monostable
See also: RC circuit

Schematic of a 555 in monostable mode

The output pulse ends when the voltage on the capacitor equals 2/3 of the supply voltage. The output pulse
width can be lengthened or shortened to the need of the specific application by adjusting the values of R and
C.[5]

The output pulse width of time t, which is the time it takes to charge C to 2/3 of the supply voltage, is given by

where t is in seconds, R is in ohms (resistance) and C is in farads (capacitance).

While using the timer IC in monostable mode, the main disadvantage is that the time span between any two
triggering pulses must be greater than the RC time constant. [6]

Bistable
Schematic of a 555 in bistable mode

In bistable (also called Schmitt trigger) mode, the 555 timer acts as a basic flip-flop. The trigger and reset inputs
(pins 2 and 4 respectively on a 555) are held high via pull-up resistors while the threshold input (pin 6) is
simply floating. Thus configured, pulling the trigger momentarily to ground acts as a 'set' and transitions the
output pin (pin 3) to Vcc (high state). Pulling the reset input to ground acts as a 'reset' and transitions the output
pin to ground (low state). No timing capacitors are required in a bistable configuration. Pin 5 (control voltage) is
connected to ground via a small-value capacitor (usually 0.01 to 0.1 uF); pin 7 (discharge) is left floating. [7]

Astable

Standard 555 astable circuit

In astable mode, the 555 timer puts out a continuous stream of rectangular pulses having a specified frequency.
Resistor R1 is connected between VCC and the discharge pin (pin 7) and another resistor (R2) is connected
between the discharge pin (pin 7), and the trigger (pin 2) and threshold (pin 6) pins that share a common node.
Hence the capacitor is charged through R1 and R2, and discharged only through R2, since pin 7 has low
impedance to ground during output low intervals of the cycle, therefore discharging the capacitor.

In the astable mode, the frequency of the pulse stream depends on the values of R1, R2 and C:

[8]

The high time from each pulse is given by:


and the low time from each pulse is given by:

where R1 and R2 are the values of the resistors in ohms and C is the value of the capacitor in farads.

The power capability of R1 must be greater than .

Particularly with bipolar 555s, low values of must be avoided so that the output stays saturated near zero
volts during discharge, as assumed by the above equation. Otherwise the output low time will be greater than
calculated above. The first cycle will take appreciably longer than the calculated time, as the capacitor must
charge from 0V to 2/3 of VCC from power-up, but only from 1/3 of VCC to 2/3 of VCC on subsequent cycles.

To have an output high time shorter than the low time (i.e., a duty cycle less than 50%) a small diode (that is
fast enough for the application) can be placed in parallel with R2, with the cathode on the capacitor side. This
bypasses R2 during the high part of the cycle so that the high interval depends only on R1 and C, with an
adjustment based the voltage drop across the diode. The voltage drop across the diode slows charging on the
capacitor so that the high time is a longer than the expected and often-cited ln(2)*R1C = 0.693 R1C. The low
time will be the same as above, 0.693 R1C. With the bypass diode, the high time is

where Vdiode is when the diode's "on" current is 1/2 of Vcc/R1 which can be determined from its datasheet or by
testing. As an extreme example, when Vcc= 5 and Vdiode= 0.7, high time = 1.00 R1C which is 45% longer than the
"expected" 0.693 R1C. At the other extreme, when Vcc= 15 and Vdiode= 0.3, the high time = 0.725 R1C which is
closer to the expected 0.693 R1C. The equation reduces to the expected 0.693 R1C if Vdiode = 0.

The operation of RESET in this mode is not well defined, some manufacturers' parts will hold the output state
to what it was when RESET is taken low, others will send the output either high or low.

Specifications
These specifications apply to the NE555. Other 555 timers can have different specifications depending on the
grade (military, medical, etc.).

Supply voltage (VCC) 4.5 to 15 V


Supply current (VCC = +5 V) 3 to 6 mA
Supply current (VCC = +15 V) 10 to 15 mA
Output current (maximum) 200 mA
Maximum Power dissipation 600 mW
Power consumption (minimum operating) 30 mW@5V, 225 mW@15V
Operating temperature 0 to 70 C
Derivatives
Many pin-compatible variants, including CMOS versions, have been built by various companies. Bigger
packages also exist with two or four timers on the same chip. The 555 is also known under the following type
numbers:

Manufacturer Model Remark


Custom Silicon Solutions[9] CSS555/CSS555C CMOS from 1.2 V, IDD < 5 A
CEMI ULY7855
ECG Philips ECG955M
Exar XR-555
Fairchild Semiconductor NE555/KA555
GoldStar GSC555 CMOS
Harris HA555
Hitachi HA17555
IK Semicon ILC555 CMOS from 2 V
Intersil SE555/NE555
Intersil ICM7555 CMOS
Lithic Systems LC555
Maxim ICM7555 CMOS from 2 V
Motorola MC1455/MC1555
National Semiconductor LM1455/LM555/LM555C
National Semiconductor LMC555 CMOS from 1.5 V
NTE Sylvania NTE955M
Raytheon RM555/RC555
RCA CA555/CA555C
STMicroelectronics NE555N/ K3T647
Texas Instruments SN52555/SN72555
Texas Instruments TLC555 CMOS from 2 V
USSR 10061
X-REL Semiconductor XTR655 Operation from -60C to 250+C
Zetex ZSCT1555 (discontinued) down to 0.9 V
NXP Semiconductors ICM7555 CMOS
HFO / East Germany B555

556 dual timer[edit]


Die of a 556 dual timer manufactured by STMicroelectronics.

The dual version is called 556. It features two complete 555s in a 14 pin DIL package.

558 quad timer[edit]

Die of a 558 quad timer.

The quad version is called 558 and has 16 pins. To fit four 555s into a 16 pin package the power, control
voltage, and reset lines are shared by all four modules. Each module's discharge and threshold circuits are wired
together internally.

Example applications
Joystick interface circuit using the 558 quad timer

The Apple II microcomputer used a quad timer 558 in monostable (or "one-shot") mode to interface up to four
"game paddles" or two joysticks to the host computer. It also used a single 555 for flashing the display cursor.

A similar circuit was used in the IBM PC.[10] In the joystick interface circuit of the IBM PC, the capacitor (C) of
the RC network (see Monostable Mode above) was generally a 10 nF capacitor. The resistor (R) of the RC
network consisted of the potentiometer inside the joystick along with an external resistor of 2.2 kilohms. [11] The
joystick potentiometer acted as a variable resistor. By moving the joystick, the resistance of the joystick
increased from a small value up to about 100 kilohms. The joystick operated at 5 V. [12]

Software running in the host computer started the process of determining the joystick position by writing to a
special address (ISA bus I/O address 201h). [12][13] This would result in a trigger signal to the quad timer, which
would cause the capacitor (C) of the RC network to begin charging and cause the quad timer to output a pulse.
The width of the pulse was determined by how long it took the C to charge up to 2/3 of 5 V (or about 3.33 V),
which was in turn determined by the joystick position. [12][14] The software then measured the pulse width to
determine the joystick position. A wide pulse represented the full-right joystick position, for example, while a
narrow pulse represented the full-left joystick position.[12]

See also
Further reading
555 Timer Applications Sourcebook Experiments; H. Berlin; BPB Publications; 218 pages; 2008; ISBN
978-8176567909.
Timer, Op Amp, and Optoelectronic Circuits and Projects; Forrest Mims III; Master Publishing; 128
pages; 2004; ISBN 978-0-945053-29-3.
Engineer's Mini-Notebook 555 Timer IC Circuits; Forrest Mims III; Radio Shack; 33 pages; 1989;
ASIN B000MN54A6.
IC Timer Cookbook; 2nd Ed; Walter G Jung; Sams Publishing; 384 pages; 1983; ISBN 978-0-672-
21932-0.
555 Timer Applications Sourcebook with Experiments; Howard M Berlin; Sams Publishing; 158 pages;
1979; ISBN 978-0-672-21538-4.
IC 555 Projects; E.A. Parr; Bernard Babani Publishing; 144 pages; 1978; ISBN 978-0-85934-047-2.
Analog Applications Manual; Signetics; 418 pages; 1979. Chapter 6 Timers is 22 pages.

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IC Datasheets

NE555, Single Bipolar Timer, Texas Instruments


NE556, Dual Bipolar Timer, Texas Instruments
NE558, Quad Bipolar Timer, NXP
LMC555, Single CMOS Timer, Texas Instruments (operates down to 1.5 Volt at 50 uAmp)
ICM755x, Single / Dual CMOS Timer, Intersil (operates down to 2.0 Volt at 60 uAmp)
ZSCT1555, Single CMOS Timer, Diodes Inc (operates down to 0.9 Volt at 74 uAmp)
TS300x, Single CMOS Timers, Touchstone (operates down to 0.9 Volt at 1.0 uAmp)
XTR65x, HiRel HiTemp Timer, X-REL (operates from -60C to 230C)
The Differential Threshold as Potentiometers

The basic set up for a three-dial Radionic device using a crystal as a resonator circuit and a stick pad

A potentiometer /ptnimtr/, informally a pot, is a three-terminal resistor with a sliding or rotating


contact that forms an adjustable voltage divider.[1] If only two terminals are used, one end and the wiper, it acts
as a variable resistor or rheostat.
The measuring instrument called a potentiometer is essentially a voltage divider used for measuring electric
potential (voltage); the component is an implementation of the same principle, hence its name.

Potentiometers are commonly used to control electrical


devices such as volume controls on audio equipment.
Potentiometers operated by a mechanism can be used as
position transducers, for example, in a joystick.
Potentiometers are rarely used to directly control significant
power (more than a watt), since the power dissipated in the
potentiometer would be comparable to the power in the
controlled load.

Albert Abrams
Scientific Method Versus Pseudoscience

According to radionics practitioners, a healthy person will have certain energy


frequencies moving through their body that define health, while an unhealthy
person will exhibit other, different energy frequencies that define disorders.
Radionic devices purport to diagnose and heal by applying appropriate
frequencies to balance the discordant frequencies of sickness. Radionics uses
"frequency" not in its standard meaning but to describe an imputed energy type,
which does not correspond to any property of energy in the scientific sense.[4]

In one form of radionics popularised by Abrams, some blood on a bit of filter


paper is attached to a device Abrams called a dynamizer, which is attached by
wires to a string of other devices and then to the forehead of a healthy volunteer,
facing west in a dim light. By tapping on his abdomen and searching for areas of
"dullness", disease in the donor of the blood is diagnosed by proxy. Handwriting
analysis is also used to diagnose disease under this scheme. [3]

Having done this, the practitioner may use a special device known as an
oscilloclast or any of a range of other devices to broadcast vibrations at the
patient in order to attempt to heal them.[3]

Albert Abrams claimed to detect such frequencies and/or cure people by


matching their frequencies, and claimed them sensitive enough that he could tell
someone's religion by looking at a drop of blood. [3]

He developed thirteen devices and became a millionaire leasing his devices, [3][5]
and the American Medical Association and spearheaded as a smaear campaign
by Rokefellaer and the Flexner Report described him as the "dean of gadget
quacks,"[5] and his devices were definitively proven useless by an independent
investigation commissioned by Scientific American in 1924.[6]
Tesla and the Violet Ray

Nicola Tesla had a myriad of patents for


inventions that he designed. One patent
called the Violet Ray had theraputic utility
and the the heart ofte machine was a Tesla
Coil.
A colleague Ruth Drown and the Vibra Ray

Ruth Drown

De la Warr and the Mark IV


George de la Warr (19041969) was born in the North of England, and in later life became a civil engineer in
the pay of Oxfordshire County Council. In 1953 he resigned from this post[1] to work on the controversial field
of radionics, in which he was a pioneer.

De la Warr claimed to have invented a camera that could detect and cure diseases by remote control. [2] In June
1960, he was sued in the High Court by Catherine Phillips, a disgruntled former customer who said that her
health had been ruined by using the Delawarr Diagnostic Instrument. [3] In particular, she said that the box could
not possibly have the benefits that de la Warr claimed for it. [4] de la Warr said that his device operated above the
physical plane, and the box was only used as a focus for thought.[5] After ten days of argument, the judge
eventually found for de la Warr, though didn't state whether the box did or did not work. [6]

He founded the De La Warr Laboratories in Oxford where he did his research and built many radionic devices.
The De La Warr Laboratories closed in 1987. Most of the radionic artifacts have unknown whereabouts.
However, the radionic camera was given to Marcel J. Vogel, Psychic Research Inc. in San Jose, California.

Marcel Vogel and His Contribution To Radionics


Vogel and Dan Willis did extensive tests and trials with the camera. Unfortunately, Vogel died in 1992. The
whereabouts of the camera since then is unknown.

Patents
French patent number 1,084,318 - "Perfectionnements la recherche d'une radiation fondamentale"
UK patent number 741,651 - "Therapeutic apparatus"
UK patent number 761,976 - "Therapeutic apparatus"

References
1. Jump up ^ The Times, 25 June 1960, p12
2. Jump up ^ The Times, 9 June 1960, p8
3. Jump up ^ The Times, 21 June 1960, p5
4. Jump up ^ The Times, 23 June 1960, p16
5. Jump up ^ The Times, 24 June 1960, p6
6. Jump up ^ The Times, 19 July 1960, p18

Further reading[edit]
George de la Warr, Langston Day, New worlds beyond the atom
George de la Warr, Langston Day, Matter in the making
Obituary, The Times, 2 April 1969, p12

The Hieronymus Machine and Eloptic Energy

A Hieronymus Machine is any of the patented Radionics devices invented by electrical engineer Dr. Thomas
Galen Hieronymus (21 November 1895 1988). Hieronymus received a U.S. Patent for his invention in 1949,
which was described in the patent application title as a device for "detectio n of emanations from materials and
measurement of the volumes thereof."[1]

Theory
The theory of operation on which Hieronymus Machines are based is that all matter emits a kind of "radiation"
that is not electromagnetic, but exhibits some of the characteristics of both light and electricity. The quality of
this emanation is unique to every kind of matter, and therefore can be utilized for detection and analysis.
Hieronymus coined the term "eloptic energy" to describe this radiation (from the words "electrical" and
"optical".) All of his machines were designed to detect and manipulate this eloptic energy. [2] Eloptic emanations
have never been detected by instruments designed to measure electromagnetic energies, and no other evidence
or mathematical proof for their existence have been produced, so the theory is considered pseudoscientific and
is not accepted by mainstream science.
Design and function
The original "Radiation Analyzer" consisted of a chamber to hold a sample of material, a glass prism to refract
the eloptic emanations coming from it, and a copper wire probe on a rotating armature to adjust the angle
formed by the prism and the probe. Supposedly, eloptic emanations are refracted by the prism at different
angles depending on the material. The detected eloptic signals were fed to a three-stage vacuum tube RF
amplifier and conducted to a flat touch plate surrounded by a copper wire bifilar coil.[1] By stroking the touch
plate an operator could supposedly feel a sensation of "tingling" or "stickiness" when the eloptic energy was
detected. As such, a human nervous system is considered to be necessary to operate a Hieronymus Machine.[3]

Hieronymus subsequently designed solid-state versions of his Analyzers, substituting germanium transistors for
crystal prisms and tunable capacitors for the rotating armature. He also designed and built various specialized
devices designed for specific functions, including analysis of living organisms and production of homeopathic
remedies.[4] The most well-known Hieronymus Machine is the Eloptic Medical Analyzer, which supposedly
analyzes and transmits eloptic energy to diagnose and treat medical conditions in plants and animals.

John W. Campbell and Symbolic Hieronymus Machines\


The inventions of Hieronymus were championed by Astounding Science Fiction editor John W. Campbell in
late 1950s and early 1960s editorials. A series of correspondences between the two men show that while
Hieronymus was sure that someday his theories of eloptic energy would be proven and accepted by physical
scientists, Campbell was convinced that the machines were magical in nature, and that mock-ups of
Hieronymus Machines allegedly worked by analogy or symbolism, which directed the user's PSI or ESP
powers.[5]

As an example, Campbell believed one could create an eloptic receiver or similar device with the prisms and
amplifiers represented by their cardboard or even schematic representations. Through the use of mental powers,
such a machine would function as well as its "real" equivalent.[6] While Campbell claimed that Hieronymus
machines actually did perform this way, the concept was never fully accepted by Hieronymus or pursued by
him in later years.[7] In his autobiography, he wrote, "I appreciated Mr. Campbell's interest in my work, but over
the years since then, I have concluded that he set back the acceptance of my work at least a hundred years by his
continual emphasis on what he termed the supernatural or 'magic' aspects of a mind-controlled device he built
by drawing the schematic of my patented instrument with India ink. The energy flowed over the lines of this
drawing because India ink is conducting, but it isn't worth a tinker's damn for serious research or actual
treating."[8]

Notes[edit
1. ^ Jump up to: a b U.S. Patent 2,482,773
2. Jump up ^ Laurie (2009), Ch. 16, pg. 103
3. Jump up ^ Hieronymus (1976), Pg. A-11
4. Jump up ^ Hieronymus (1976), pg. A-9
5. Jump up ^ Laurie (2009), Ch. 16, pg. 111-112
6. Jump up ^ Campbell, (August 1956)
7. Jump up ^ Laurie (2009), Ch. 17, pg. 114
8. Jump up ^ Hieronymus (1988), Part V, pg. 123-124

References
Campbell, John W. Jr. Psionic Machine Type One, Astounding Science Fiction, June 1956, pp. 97
108.
Campbell, John W. Jr. Correction and Further Data on the Hieronymous Machine, Astounding Science
Fiction, August 1956, pp. 112114.
Goodavage, Joseph ; An Interview with T. Galen Hieronymus, Analog Science Fiction, January 1977.
Hieronymus, T. Galen & Sarah (September 1976). The Eloptic Directory. Advanced Sciences and
Research, Inc (documentation for the Hieronymus Eloptic Analyzer machine).
Hieronymus, T. Galen (January 1988). The Story of Eloptic Energy. Institute of Advanced Sciences, Inc.
Laurie, Duncan (15 September 2009). The Secret Art: A Brief History of Radionic Technology for the
Creative Individual. Anomalist Books. ISBN 978-1-933665-42-9.

Radiesthesia
Radiesthesia is the claimed paranormal or parapsychological ability to detect "radiation" within the human
body. According to the theory, all human bodies give off unique or characteristic "radiations" as do all other
physical bodies or objects. Such radiations are often termed an "aura".

A practitioner of radiesthesia claims to detect the interplay of these radiations. Thus radiesthesia is cited as the
explanation of such phenomena as dowsing by rods and pendulums in order to locate buried substances,
diagnose illnesses, and the like. Some radiesthesia practitioners like Israeli mentalist Uri Geller or German
astrologer Alexander Rostam claim that they can help oil companies to find crude petroleum reserves and other
natural resources by using paranormal abilities, but this claim has not been proven.[7]

The term "radiesthesia" first entered English in the 1930s and was borrowed from the earlier French
radisthesie. The English word is a compound of the prefix radi(o)-, referring to radiation and the rare term
aesthesia meaning "perception by the senses", or "the capacity for feeling or sensation", which comes from the
ancient Greek aisthesis "a perceiving".

Dr. Solco W. Tromp (1909-1983) wrote about radiesthesia in his 1949 book Psychical Physics. This reference
has a bibliography of over 700 titles relating to dowsing (radiesthesia). [8]

Gerald Gardner, in his book Witchcraft Today, 1954, refers to his own anecdotal experiences with radiesthesia
as evidence supporting the existence of "Witch Power".

The Pendulum is a monthly publication devoted to radiesthesia. There are other periodicals, publications, books,
societies and numerous websites on the topic.

Scientific assessment[edit]
The claims for radionics devices contradict the accepted principles of biology and physics. No scientifically
verifiable mechanisms of function are posited. In this sense, they can be described as magical in operation. No
plausible biophysical basis for the "putative energy fields" has been proposed, and neither the fields themselves
nor their purported therapeutic effects have been convincingly demonstrated. [9]

No radionic device has been found efficacious in the diagnosis or treatment of any disease, and the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration does not recognize any legitimate medical uses of any such device. [1] According to
David Helwig in The Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine, "most physicians dismiss radionics as
quackery."[2]
Internally, a radionic device is very simple, and may not even form a functional electrical circuit.[6] The wiring
in the analysis device is simply used as a mystical conduit. [10] A radionic device does not use or need electric
power, though a power cord may be provided, ostensibly to determine a "base rate" on which the device
operates to attempt to heal a subject.[11] Typically, little attempt is made to define or describe what, if anything,
is flowing along the wires and being measured. Energy in the physical sense, i.e., energy that can be sensed and
measured, is viewed as subordinate to intent and "creative action". [10]

See also[edit]
Dianetics
E-meter
George de la Warr
L. Ron Hubbard
Royal Raymond Rife
Sympathetic magic
Hieronymus machine
List of ineffective cancer treatments
Scientology
The Secret Life of Plants
List of topics characterized as pseudoscience

References[edit]
1. ^ Jump up to: a b c d "Electromagnetic Therapy". American Cancer Society. Retrieved 2008-02-06.
2. ^ Jump up to: a b c Helwig, David (December 2004). "Radionics". In Longe, Jacqueline L. The Gale Encyclopedia
of Alternative Medicine. Gale Cengage. ISBN 978-0-7876-7424-3. Retrieved 2008-02-07.
3. ^ Jump up to: a b c d e Fishbein, Morris, The New Medical Follies (1927) Boni and Liverlight, New York Pages 39-
41
4. Jump up ^ Smith, Crosbie (1998). The Science of Energy - a Cultural History of Energy Physics in Victorian
Britain. The University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-76420-6.
5. ^ Jump up to: a b Article on Royal Rife at Quackwatch
6. ^ Jump up to: a b c Pilkington, Mark (2004-04-15). "A vibe for radionics". The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-02-07.
"Scientific American concluded: 'At best, [ERA] is all an illusion. At worst, it is a colossal fraud.'"
7. Jump up ^ Catching Geller in the Act, C. Eugene Emery, Jr., Providence Sunday Journal, 1987
8. Jump up ^ S. W. Tromp, Psychical Physics; A Scientific Analysis of Dowsing, Radiesthesia and Kindred
Divining Phenomena (New York: Elsevier Publishing Company, 1949).
9. Jump up ^ "Energy Medicine: an overview". National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Retrieved 2008-02-09. "In the aggregate, these approaches are among the most controversial of CAM practices
because neither the external energy fields nor their therapeutic effects have been demonstrated convincingly by
any biophysical means."
10. ^ Jump up to: a b Franks, Nick (November 2000). "Reflections on the Ether and some notes on the Convergence
between Homeopathy and Radionics" (PDF). Radionic Journal 46 (2): 421. Retrieved 2008-02-09.
11. Jump up ^ Scofield, Tony. "The Radionic Principle: Mind over Matter" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-02-09.

External links[edit]
Radionics in the Skeptic's dictionary
British Radionic Association
Further Information About Radionics
the discipline of Radionics that was banned in the United States by Rockefeller and Flexner.
However, having traveled to the United Kingdom, I found to much my surprise the flourshing
industry of Radionics and became fascinated with the Black Box and the principle of mind over
matter

The early pioneers in the United Staes were Abrams, Drown,


Heironymous, and Dela Warr (more on the variant: a wishing
machine)
The Original Tesla Coil Patent
In order to generate transmission zeroes in stopbands for the purpose to accelerate the cavitys resonance, a
number of supplementary couplings besides the nearest couplings are often made in the filters. The Pyramid and
the Electromagnetic Circuit back-engineered is sold as a kit and identifies both Radionic potemntiometers
add/or electromagnetic Integrated Components as cross couplings. These couplings bring to foundation several
wave paths from the input port to the output port.

Amplitudes of waves transmitted through different paths may compensate themselves at some separate
frequencies while summing at the output port.

Such the compensation results in transmission zeroes. In filters with cross couplings, it is convenient to
characterize all filter couplings as a whole using a coupling matrix of dimensions as symmetrical. Equal to zero
is the point of creation because a susceptance vanishes at the resonant frequency.
The Thought-Form Is A Contextual Creative Matrix

The Lattice Matrix


Important merit of the matrix is the fact that it allows to directly compute the frequency response of the
equivalent network having the inductively coupled resonant circuits for each categorical imperative. Therefore
it is convenient to use this matrix when designing the cross-coupled filters.

The coupling matrices in particular, are used as coarse models of filters. Utilization of a coarse model allows to
quicken filter optimization manifold because of computation of the frequency response by accelerating the law
of attraction [see Chapters on Law of attraction (Theory) and Law of attraction (Application)]

References[edit]
1. Jump up ^ Dishal, M. (Sept. 1949) "Design of dissipative band-pass filters producing desired exact amplitude-
frequency characteristics", Proc. IRE, Vol. 37, No. 9, P. 10501069.
2. ^ Jump up to: a b c Matthaei,G.L., Young, L., Jones, E.M.T. "Microwave filters, impedance-matching networks,
and coupling structures", Artech House, Inc., Norwood. (1980) 1096 p.
3. ^ Jump up to: a b Tyurnev,V.V., Belyaev, B.A. (1990) "Interaction of parallel microstrip resonators", Elektronnaya
tekhnika. Ser. Elektronika SVCh, Issue 4(428), P. 2530 (in Russian).
4. ^ Jump up to: a b c Hong, J-S., "Microstrip filters for RF/microwave applications", Hoboken, John Wiley & Sons,
(2011).
5. Jump up ^ Belyaev, B.A., Titov, M.M., Tyurnev, V.V. (2000) "Coupling coefficient of irregular microstrip
resonators", Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics, Vol. 43, No 8, P. 649653.
6. ^ Jump up to: a b c Tyurnev, V.V. (2002) "The coupling coefficients of an asymmetric pair of microwave
resonators", Journal of communications technology and electronics, Vol. 47, No. 1, P. 18.
7. Jump up ^ Cohn, S.B. (1957) "Direct-coupled-resonator filter", Proc. IRE, Vol. 45, No. 2, P. 187196.
8. Jump up ^ Tyurnev, V.V. (2008) "Direct derivation and refinement of generalized CohnMatthaei formulas for
resonator coupling coefficients in a microwave filter", Journal of communications technology and electronics,
Vol. 53, No. 5, P. 554557.
9. Jump up ^ Tyurnev, V.V. (2009 ) "Influence of the frequency dispersion of resonators coupling coefficients on
the accuracy of direct-synthesis formulas for microwave filters", Journal of communications technology and
electronics, Vol. 54, No. 3, P. 298301.
10. Jump up ^ Belyaev, B.A., Leksikov, A.A., Tyurnev, V.V. (2004) "Frequency-selective features of multisection
filters based on regular microstrip resonators", Journal of communications technology and electronics, Vol. 49,
No. 11, P. 12281236.
11. Jump up ^ Belyaev, B.A., Tyurnev, V.V. (1992) "Frequency-dependent coupling coefficients of microstrip
resonators", Elektronnaya Tekhnika. Ser. SVCh-tekhnika, Issue 4(448), P. 2327, (in Russian).
12. ^ Jump up to: a b Cameron, R.J., Kudsia, C.M., Mansour, R.R. "Microwave filters for communication systems:
fundamentals, design, and applications", Hoboken, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (2007) 771 p.
13. Jump up ^ Amari, S., LeDrew, C., Menzel, W. (2006) "Space-mapping optimization of planar coupled-resonator
microwave filters", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 54, No. 5, P. 21522159.

External links[edit]
Tyurnev, V.V. (2010) "Coupling coefficients of resonators in microwave filter theory", Progress In
Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 21, P. 4767.

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Step 2: The Resonant Circuit

An electrical circuit composed of discrete components can act as a resonator when both an inductor and
capacitor are included. Oscillations are limited by the inclusion of resistance, either via a specific resistor
component, or due to resistance of the inductor windings. Such resonant circuits are also called RLC circuits
after the circuit symbols for the components.

A distributed-parameter resonator has capacitance, inductance, and resistance that cannot be isolated into
separate lumped capacitors, inductors, or resistors. An example of this, much used in filtering, is the helical
resonator.

A single layer coil (or solenoid) that is used as a secondary or tertiary winding in a Tesla coil or magnifying
transmitter is also a distributed resonator.

Cavity resonators[edit]

Main article: Microwave cavity

A cavity resonator is a hollow closed conductor such as a metal box or a cavity within a metal block, containing
electromagnetic waves (radio waves) reflecting back and forth between the cavity's walls. When a source of
radio waves at one of the cavity's resonant frequencies is applied, the oppositely- moving waves form standing
waves, and the cavity stores electromagnetic energy.

Since the cavity's lowest resonant frequency, the fundamental frequency, is that at which the width of the cavity
is equal to a half-wavelength (/2), cavity resonators are only used at microwave frequencies and above, where
wavelengths are short enough that the cavity is conveniently small in size.

Due to the low resistance of their conductive walls, cavity resonators have very high Q factors; that is their
bandwidth, the range of frequencies around the resonant frequency at which they will resonate, is very narrow.
Thus they can act as narrow bandpass filters. Cavity resonators are widely used as the frequency determining
element in microwave oscillators. Their resonant frequency can be tuned by moving one of the walls of the
cavity in or out, changing its size.

Step 1
Method: Constructing the Pyramid Template From the Triangle geometrical shape

Creates the base and sides of the pyramid using construction paper. It's easiest to
make an equilateral pyramid (see Triangle inside the Octahedron), meaning the sides
of the structure are all the same size (60 degree angles).
o Fabricate the base. Pyramids have 4 sides, so you will need a square base. Pick a
size, say 6 inches (15.2 cm) by 6 inches (15.2 cm). Measure the dimensions with
a ruler and draw an outline for the base on your construction paper.

o Measure an additional 1/2 inch out from all sides of the base and draw the
outlines.
o These extensions on each side of the base will provide flaps that you will use to
secure the base of the pyramid to its sides. Fold the flaps so they extend upward
from the base.
o Measure and cut the 4 triangular sides of the paper pyramid. Make the base and
sides of each triangle the same width as the base of the structure. In this model,
they should be 6 inches. Also measure and draw in flaps on the right side of
each triangle, just as you did for each side of the base.

Cut the patterns for the base and sides, including the flaps. Use a straight edge to
make a precise fold along each flap.

Glue the pyramid together.

o Apply glue to the outside edge of one of the flaps on the base and press a
triangle onto it. Repeat with the other 3 sides.
o Dab glue on one of the triangle flaps and join it to the section to the right.
Gently force the 2 sections inward so their apexes meet. Continue with the next
connection, again making sure the tops of the triangles form the summit of the
pyramid. When connecting the third and fourth sides of the structure, put glue
on both of the remaining flaps. Join the 2 sections on the left first and then pinch
the last junction together.
o Make sure the tips of the 4 triangles meet, forming the pyramid summit. Dab a
bit of glue at the top. Then gently place a thin wire ring on the pyramid. It
should be narrow enough to rest about three-quarters of the way up the pyramid.
This will help hold the tips together while the glue dries.