In radionics a witness is something that has a personal connection with the plant, animal, person, or object that you are analyzing and or balancing. For example, for a plant, you could use a leaf, a piece of bark, a drop of sap, a bud. For a person or animal, you could use a blood spot on a piece of paper, a sample of the person’s handwriting, a hair clipping, fingernail clipping, saliva or you could use a photo for all of the above subjects.
You can use any of the above-mentioned witnesses in a radionic instrument to analyze the subject, for example if you were analyzing a person you could find out from any of the witnesses mentioned above what the person’s general state of health is, what the state of health of each organ in the body is, if there are any illnesses present in the body, the extent of an illness if there is one, what the cause of that illness is as well as much more information on the subject being analyzed. If you were analyzing a plant you could determine from the plant leaf, what the health of the plant is, what the best fertilizers would be for the plant if it’s getting enough water, as well as the condition of the stem, leaves buds, flowers, roots etc.
It is similar to a hologram where one piece of a hologram holds all of the information of the complete hologram.
The “witness” part of radionics is one thing that some people can’t accept or believe because with a witness you can analyze and or balance a subject if they are in the same house, in another city, or on the other side of the world. You could be in Bangor, Maine and be analyzing or balancing someone in Melbourne, Australia. it sounds amazing, and it is, but it has been proven by countless times by radionic practitioners all over the world including myself. Galen T. Hieronymus even tracked the Apollo astronauts using their photos as witnesses in his radionic instrument and determined that they were alive and in good health when they were behind the moon and communication was impossible by conventional means.
The best witnesses I have found is a photo of the subject, they are easily stored, some people say they last indefinitely, but I take a new photo about once a year to make sure they are “fresh”. The old standby for taking radionic photos was the Polaroid Instamatic cameras, but they were discontinued a few years ago. What works just as well is the Fuji Instax cameras, they have crystal particles in the film emulsion, and crystals absorb, retain and release energy, so when you take a photo you are capturing the energy of the subject on film.
Some people say a good quality digital camera takes acceptable photos for radionic work, as long as the digital image is not destroyed and is saved on a computer hard drive, or the camera’s memory, I cannot say for sure if this is so because I have not as yet used a digital camera for radionic work. Also, the old film cameras are good as long as the negative is with the picture, the only problem with those is if you don’t have your own dark room to develop the photos, and send the film to a lab, the people at the lab will probably get their fingerprints on the photos making them useless.
If you are going to take a photo as a witness, make sure only the subject is in the photo. If you take a photo of witness with another person or animal, when you try to analyze the subject you will be dealing with the other person’s or animal’s energy, even if you cut them out of the photo, their energy field is still there. If inside, take the photo with the subject standing in front of a blank wall, with no electrical energy fields handy, such as electric motors, televisions, computers. If outside take the photo with the sun at your back and in the subjects face, also try to stay away from trees and shrubs. Don’t let
anyone but the subject touch their own photo, use gloves a kleenex, or what I found handy is a wooden clothes pin to handle the photos and put them in individual envelopes with the subject’s name on the envelope and the date the photo was taken.
If using witnesses other than a photo, such as a hair clipping, blood spot, saliva etc. make sure no one touches the witness except the subject it was taken from. It’s a good idea to put it in a plastic baggie until you can put it in a test tube or envelope to use in your radionics instrument. Witnesses such as blood spots, saliva, don’t have as long a shelf life as photos, which is why I prefer photos. Also, when obtaining witnesses make sure the hair sample doesn’t have hair spray, gel, etc. on it which could give you false readings. It is a very good idea to “Dowse” the question before starting any radionic work with a new witness “Is this an appropriate witness for the subject”?) If you get a NO, discard it, if YES, it is good to use.
The Photo Below Would Work Well As A Radionic Witness