ANT VLPI ALPHA-NUMERIC TRANSDUCER -
VERY LOW POTENCY INSTRUMENT
The ANT VLPI (ALPHA-NUMERIC TRANSDUCER - VERY LOW POTENCY INSTRUMENT) is a very high-performance instrument which allows synthesis - typically of homoeopathic remedies - either from appropriate Radionic codes or from physical or vibrational samples. ANT VLPI can be used in conjunction, for example, with the LRI-ULTRA instrument to make a very large range of remedies.
The outstanding characteristic of the ANT VLPI instrument is its ability to make potencies down to 1X. Premium quality remedies at extremely low potency can be made without any trace of the original material in the final product. This is not possible with the traditional pharmacy method of homoeopathic remedy manufacturing.
The ANT VLPI has two components, the Control Unit (picture left) and the Amplification Unit (picture right).
The ANT VLPI instrument has three main applications:
1. SYNTHESIS - allows the user to make remedies printed into water, sac lac or other carriers from Radionic cards and codes, such as:
a. PROGRAMMABLE CARDS, which are pre-charged using the LRI-ULTRA (Large Radionic Instrument - ULTRA);
b. ALPHA-NUMERIC and related cards produced specifically for the ANT instrument;
c. MAGNETO-GEOMETRIC (Rae) cards;
d. standard RADIONIC RATES (printed or written on a suitably-sized piece of white card);
e. assorted Radionic and Radiesthesic patterns;
f. text written in languages such as English;
g. photographs, X-Rays and symbols, where appropriate.
h. the vibrational characteristics (judged from the Radiesthesic point of view) of any material which can be mounted onto a card and fitted into the card slot. Larger samples may be introduced using the optional External Well.
2. COPYING - Copying existing remedies (capturing the vibrational characteristics)
3. TREATMENT - To provide distant (broadcast) Radionic treatments.
The instrument has two controls, a POTENCY SELECTION ROTARY CONTROL and a POTENCY RANGE SELECTION switch.
- The POTENCY SELECTION ROTARY CONTROL is calibrated from 0 to 30.
- The POTENCY RANGE SELECTION SWITCH has 5 positions:
1. POTENCY RANGE 1 - 30
2. POTENCY RANGE 1 - 30
3. POTENCY RANGE 1 - 30
4. LOW CHORD (combined, 6X, 3C, 9C, 30C)
5. DIRECT (1:1 for transfer or copying without potency adjustment)
Each number from 1 - 30 indicates a potency setting. The correlation between number and potency is shown in the table below. Identify the potency you wish to use. Rotate the potency range selection switch to select the range. Then rotate the control until the calibration mark (graticule) on the knob is aligned with the relevant number on the scale. Thus if you wish to use the potency 6X,
- set the POTENCY RANGE SELECTION SWITCH to 1 - 30X
- rotate the POTENCY SELECTION ROTARY CONTROL to 6
LOW CHORD provides a fixed set of 4 potencies. Rotate the potency range selection switch to select LOW CHORD. Set the POTENCY SELECTION ROTARY CONTROL to 7 and the potency output will be combined at 6X, 3C, 9C & 30C.
DIRECT bypasses the potency control to enable transfer or copying without any potency changes or adjustments. If you wish to make a copy of an existing remedy at potency 30C, using DIRECT the copied remedy will be at 30C. If you wish to transfer the energy from a sample and in effect make a remedy without potency, use DIRECT.
|POTENCY RANGE SETTING ▶
ROTARY CONTROL SETTING ▼
|1 - 30X||1 - 30C||1 - 30M||LOW CHORD (SET ROTARY CONTROL TO 7)||DIRECT (ROTARY CONTROL SWITCHED OUT OF CIRCUIT)|
|7||7X||7C||7M||6X, 3C, 9C, 30C||Φ|
Table 1: Rotary Control setting vs. Potency Switch setting correspondence table
The ON/OFF switch enables the signal to be switched off. For example when any remedy synthesis or copying operation is completed, you can switch the signal OFF before removing the carrier material from the Well.
The ANT VLPI requires the connection of the AMPLIFICATION UNIT to function properly. This is simply connected using 4 and 5-pin XLR type connectors. ANT VLPI has three further connectors.
1. LINK. This is a standard RCA-type phono socket. It allows any two ANT instruments to be connected together using a standard phono-to-phono type lead.
2. PULSE SIGNAL INPUT SOCKET. This is a standard 6.35mm (1/4 inch) stereo jack socket. When being used to give treatments, the ANT requires a pulse signal. This greatly reduces the treatment time. The pulse signal is obtained from an external source, either a CD or .mp3 player (not supplied). 3 pulse tracks are supplied, in .mp3 format. These can be loaded onto or replayed from an appropriate external playback device. A lead is supplied with the ANT instrument, this being a jack-to-phono with a phono-to-mini jack convertor.
3. EXTERNAL WELL INPUT SOCKET. This is a standard 6.35mm (1/4 inch) stereo jack socket. This allows the optional EXTERNAL WELL to be connecte
d to the ANT VLPI using a standard jack-to-jack lead (mono or stereo). When a jack plug is inserted, the signal from the card slot is cut off and is replaced by the signal from the External Well. The potency range and selection controls associated with the card slot can then be used to vary the potency of the signal from the external well. When the jack plug is removed, the signal from card slot is routed back into the potency range and selection controls.