The History of Radionics , Peter J. Kelly

Peter J. Kelly was a man who made a very significant contribution to the field of radionics. He designed and built a high-quality radionics instrument based on the Hieronymus design, but with improvements.  This device came to be known as the “Kelly Instrument” which became very popular among radionic enthusiasts.

Peter collaborated with the “greats” of radionics such as Galen T. Hieronymus, Tom Bearden,  Robert Beck. Peter formed a company in 1984 called Interdimensional Sciences, Inc. then in 1985 the name of the company changed to  Dimensional Sciences, Inc. where Peter built and sold his radionic instruments.

Today the company is run by Peter’s son Ed Kelly under the name of Kelly Research Technologies, Inc. where radionic instruments based on Peter Kelly’s design can still be purchased. They also have an abundance of literature on radionics, some which are free, such as the KRT Radionics Book 3: Radionic Rates – Alpha which contains 13,800 rates.  They also accessories for radionic work. Peter passed away in 2004, but his legacy lives on.

I have personally purchased radionic instruments from Ed, and also attended one of his radionics classes. I can say that Ed is one of the most knowledgeable people I know on the subject of radionics. Also if you’re in the market for a radionics instrument, you won’t find any better than the instruments Ed sells. I own two of his instruments and one tuning bank. Actually, Kelly Research Technolgies is one of the few places in North America where you can purchase a new radionic instrument. Ed even has a used instrument on occasion that he will sell at a bargain. They also publish a newsletter on radionics, and have radionic seminars and workshops.  Heres a link to the KRT website

http://www.kellyresearchtech.com/index.html

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Kelly Personal Instrument

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