A Mattioda Brief Case Instrument
(This is a Left-Handed model as stick plate is on the Left.)
If you are going to be a Radionics practitioner you are going to need a good machine ( I prefer the word instrument, so that’s the word I’ll be using). Over the past hundred or so years since radionics has been discovered many types of radionics instruments have been invented. To simplify things, I will divide radionic instruments into three categories.
One type of instrument, the type I’m most familiar with, is the Hieronymus type instrument, there are also the ‘English” instruments such as the DeLawarr instruments, (Copen Instruments) and then the electronic instruments such as the SE-5.
The Hieronymus type instruments are based on a design by Galen T. Hieronymus, one of the fathers of radionics, they usually have one bank consisting of two dials, or two banks consisting of two dials each. The Hieronymus instruments have a “rub plate” or “stick plate” on which you rub your hand while turning a dial until you get a reaction or your hand seems to “stick” to the plate. The “English” instruments usually do not have a “stick plate”, but instead, use a pendulum to get a reaction, also the English instruments have many more dials than the Hieronymus instruments, normally nine or more, but that doesn’t make them better, just different. The Se-5 instruments are totally electronic but still have a stick plate, in the SE-5 you type the rates in using the keyboard instead of turning dials. The Mattioda briefcase style instruments are also very good, but since they are no longer manufactured, the only place you’ll find one is used in such places as eBay or Kijiji. They all have a well or place to put the “witness” (which is a specimen of whatever it is you’re analyzing). Some instruments have a potentizing well, which is used to make potentization, which comes in very handy because instead of tying up your instrument balancing a subject, you can give them a potentization. To use a Hieronymus type instrument for example, say your subject has a cold, you put the witness ( photograph, nail clippings, blood spot, hair, saliva, etc.) for the subject in the well, next you set the dial on your instrument for cold which is (03-100) 03-on the left-hand dial and -100 on the right-hand dial ( 100 is the whole body), next you would turn the intensity dial while rubbing the stick plate, when you get a stick that is the intensity of the cold in the subject, you could balance on that rate if you wanted to. The rates are not interchangeable from English to Hieronymus instruments, for example, the Hieronymus rate for the Lymphatic system is (02.50-17.00) and the rate for the Lymphatic system on the English instruments is (5327), but apparently you can use both types of rates in the SE-5, and KRT Radionics have done an excellent job of converting the DeLawarr rates over to Hieronymus type rates. A book of thousands of rates can be downloaded free from the KRT website by clicking on this link http://www.kellyresearchtech.com/download.html
I can’t say which system is “better”, they all get results. In radionics, there is a saying that goes ” it’s not the machine, but the operator that gets the results” which is true, that having been said I would suggest that if you are going to study radionics seriously to get yourself a good quality instrument, and avoid the “home-made” instruments available on places such as eBay, not that these won’t work, they probably do, but an instrument such as the Kelly, Rogers, Copen and the Se-5 have been proven to work and are part of systems with rate books that contain thousands of rates for everything imaginable, and I believe your results will be more consistent. You may even find a good used instrument like the types mentioned above on places such as eBay for less money than a new one.
Here are some links to where you can purchase good quality radionic instruments, I am not affiliated with these companies in any way.
Rogers Radionic Instrument