posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 04:46 PM
Lets not be too quick to pass up the opportunity to explore this area a little more.
Radionics in particular should be used cautiously and only by those who have a basic but thorough knowledge of, not just electricity for the obvious
reasons, but also, one must aquaint oneself with the research of Persinger and others concerning the effect of low frequency electromagnetic waves on
Sure, one can easily dismiss such contemporary research as tentative and inconclusive, however, there -has- been enough correlation within and between
labs and scientists interested in this field to suggest that some anomalous visual effects can indeed be caused by the very type of equipment one is
working with in Radionics and less so, in psychotronic devices.
That's all I want to add at this point, Bandit and Questor, for the simple reason that anytime I've gotten into these fringe, rather
questionably-hyped devices and claims, educating oneself in a wide range of topical subjects even peripherally related to the subject, can save
oneself many hours, weeks or months of otherwise wasted time.
Then again, I've been known to fly against the mainstream, in my pursuit of my degree in parapsychology, and found something totally different than
what others had found...and was glad that I'd gone through the excercise if for no other reason than that nobody else had previously done what I did
and it, in a small way, affected how others used that particular device/method, theory, or whatever.
So, GO for it!
let us know how it progresses, ok?