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MRI - Midi Radionic Instrument

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                                 MRI instrument               

MRI Midi (Mid-size) Radionic Instrument is a satin-anodised aluminium plate which is treated to allow it to act as a Radionic instrument. The treatment brings the energy field (para-physical field) field of the metal into permanent coherence i.e. instead of vibrating chaotically it vibrates coherently.  The plate itself is set into a plinth as illustrated (click for more views).

MRI has two functions, broadcasting (treatment) and copying. In both instances it provides a powerful and clean (i.e. electricity and magnetism-free) interface to the ether field, and thus, the patient. It is non-destructive, in that it can be used with, or to copy, existing remedies without disturbing or destroying them.

Objects producing energy patterns, such as crystals or flower essences, or sources for energy patterns such as Radionic codes, when set on the plate with a witness from a human, animal or plant, will be brought into resonance with the 'patient'. Similarly, if a source of energy is entrained with a suitable medium such as water or sac lac (sugar pills), it will charge the medium with the energy. No potency adjustment is available but if a potentised remedy is copied, for example, Sulphur 30C, then the copy will be at 30C. Copying time will of course depend upon the complexity of the source energy, and the quantity of material being copied into. However copying into a small quantity of sac lac should be complete within 5 - 10 minutes.

The plate is nominally divided into 9 equal regions, and in broadcasting use this means the patient's witness is normally placed in one of the regions and up to 8 treatment elements – e.g. ANT, LRI, MGA (Rae) or other cards, Radionic Rates, even crystals - can be used to treat the patient. In the case of rates, the rate to be used is simply written or printed clearly on a piece of card and placed in the appropriate region. An advantage to this is that the card can also be labelled, i.e. the name of the treatment or other information can be inscribed for future reference.

Two white marks can be seen engraved on each side of the plate and these indicate the 'virtual' lines which delineate the regions. The diagram below indicates the 9 regions by number and also two circled positions for copying, labelled FROM and TO. The small red dot at the front of the instrument enables the practitioner to orient him or her self with the instrument. A separate dowsing chart is provided to assist in placement of treatment elements etc on the grid.

A second general-purpose dowsing chart is supplied with the instrument to test for % of treatment complete, whether treatment should be changed, treatment element positions changed, and so forth.

The plate itself is 21cm x 20cm (8.2 x 7.9 inches) and the instrument overall is 29.1cm x 28.2cm x 1cm (11 x 11.5 x .4 inches) and weighs .8 kilo (1.76 pounds). The instrument should work for many years without deterioration in performance.

For further information please contact Nick Franks.

nick.franks@radionics.co.uk