Topic: Eloptic energy and radionics/orgonomy
Today a nice fellow came to me to see about translating some recorded phne conversations between a radionics researcher and a certain "heironymous", who invented a psionically-controlled machine that supposedly can be used for distance healing of animals, plants and soil.
He wants to know if there's enough in fo in the 11+hours of recordings to build a prototype machine himself.
I was wondering if Sensei or others familiar with radionics/orgonomy have any info on this invention, because if i can get him what he needs without doing all that extrapolation (conversations are badly recorded and diverge for long periods from the tech stuff he wants). If so, i can inform him gratis and save myself some work.
The subject of this "Eloptic energy" (from electric/optic? prisms seem to be part of the machine) is completely new to me, though it seems at first glance to be another guy who re-invented terminology for chi/prana, etc.. in a "tech" paradigm. An interesting consideration i found in a cursory search online suggests that the machine may only be an exteriorisation of inner abilities (an excerpt from "the secret life of plants"):
As quoted in a conversation to the authors of The Secret Life of Plants, Peter Tomkins and Christopher Bird, Galen Hieronymus, a patent holder of a radionics device, said:
Is the force and its manipulations basically in the realm of the psychic? We know that powerful psychics such as Frances Farrelly can produce results with no help whatsoever from a device, but other seem to be helped by a radionics instrument even when, like the De La Warrs, they have well-developed psychic powers. . . I can take an ordinary empty cigar box and mount a tuning dial on top of it. . .By properly setting the dial at a given tuning, some psychics have been able to cure a given disease. I think they do this because they believe that they are using the box, when, in reality, they are using only psychic ability.
Now Reich got put away, Tesla's stuff got sequestered, but this guy apparently got a patent and approval... i'm in a bit of a quandry on this.
Any input? Thanks a bundle..