When I first became interested in radionics, I wanted to learn as much as I could about this fascinating subject, so I read as many books and watched as many videos on radionics that I could get my hands on. Below is a list of the books that I’ve read and the videos that I’ve watched along with a brief description of them and my review.
Radionics, Reality and Man by George L.Kuepper
This book covers a wide range of topics about radionics. It is written in everyday language so that it is easy for the beginning radionic student to understand, but it covers many aspects of radionics that it would be of interest to the experienced radionics practitioner. Some of the topics covered are.
- A brief history of radionics
- The fundamentals of radionics
- Paradigms and radionics
- A radionic universe
- The subtle constitution of nature
- Learning radionics
- Basics of analysis
- Rate scanning
- Radionic broadcasting
- Specific applications
- Results and expectations
- Radionics in farming and gardening
- Accessing radionics
I have no hesitation in recommending this book. It not only explains why and how radionics works, it explains how to most effectively use radionics in a way that is easy to understand. When I was learning radionics ( I’m still learning, radionics is one of those things you can always learn more about) Radioncs, Reality and Man was extremely helpful, in fact, I still refer back to it on occasion. Available here Mid-South radionics
Radionics How-To Manual By Don Mattioda
This is another excellent book for the student of radionics or the seasoned pro. In Don Mattioda’s many years of working with radionics ( at one time he worked with Galen T. Hieronymus), as well as experimenting on his own, Don learned a lot of valuable information on radionics which he put in a book. I have read Don’s book twice and each time found some helpful information that I didn’t notice the first time I read it. This book is pack with excellent information and it’s FREE, you can download HERE.
21st. Century Radionics by Nick Franks
This is a very well researched book that probes the depths of radionics. Mr. Franks gives a very detailed account of how radionics works, and the many different applications of radionics. Mr. Franks practices radionics professionally and has done extensive research into the subject. While this is an excellent book, it may be a bit too technical for the novice radionics student, although even the novice can learn much about radionics from it, and could use it as a reference book. This book is not “How-To” book, as are the two books mentioned above.
Radionics in Agriculture by Arden Andersen Ph.D. D.O
This is not just a book, but a set of videos on DVD and a book. Dr. Andersen video taped on of his radionic teaching seminars and these DVD’s are the end result. This video collection is well worth the money it costs. Although it is called “Radionics in Agriculture” it is about much more than using radionics for agricultural purposes. Dr.Andersen shows you how to do radionics, which when learned can be used on yourself, family, pets, houseplants, etc. the list is endless. Dr. Andersen gives step by step instruction in a wide variety of topics dealing with radionics. He not only tells you how to do things but shows you, and explains how and why things work. The DVD set consists of 11 DVD’s and a book that explains what is taught in the course, This would be a definite asset to anyone interested in radionics. I have only seen it for sale on one website, which is “Acres U.S.A.” here is the link to that website: http://www.acresusa.com/store/dvds
Plants, Soils, Earth Energy& Radionics by George L. Kuepper
Here is the second of the two books the George L. Kuepper has written on radionics. It is written in the same easy to understand style as Radionics, Reality and Man, but as the title suggests is much more focused on agriculture. Even if your not involved in agriculture the book can be a valuable addition to the library of anyone who is interested in radionics. Mr. Kuepper covers such wide and varying topics as Earth Energies, Concepts and Descriptions. Map Dowsing, Making Photographic Witnesses, Radionic House Cleaning, as well as many chapters having to do with plants, soils, fertilizers that could be useful to someone with a small backyard garden or a few houseplants. This is packed with knowledge on radionics. Available here Mid-South Radionics
The Secret Art by Duncan Laurie
While this is not a step by step instruction book, Duncan Laurie gives extensive coverage to the history of radionics, and the people who played a large part in radionics through the past 100 or so years. Mr. Laurie also writes about modern uses of radionics, as well as computerized radionic instruments. A good book for anyone that wants to know how radionics got its start and how it progressed to where it is today.
Vibrations by Virginia MacIvor and Sandra LaForest
This is a really interesting book about a Dr. MacNaughton, who was a very unconventional M.D. Dr. MacNaughton combined the use of radionics in his practice, along with a light therapy system known as Spectro-Chrome. Dr. MacNaughton had many amazing successes by combining these two healing sciences that conventional medicine had turned their backs on. A very interesting read for the radionics student or anyone interested in alternative medicine.
Report on Radionics by Edward W. Russell
A very good summary on radionics. Mr. Russell gets right into the heart of the matter, he not only gives the reader an extensive overview of the history of radionics, but explains in everyday language how radionics works. Mr. Russell also explains why radionics hasn’t been accepted by mainstream medicine without being too negative. If I was going to give someone who wanted to know what radionics was all about a book on the subject this is the book I would give them. Although not an instructional book, it covers all of the bases.
Vibrational Medicine by Richard Gerber M.D.
While this book doesn’t deal exclusively with radionics, it’s a comprehensive guide to the many forms of vibrational medicine including radionics. Very well written, it would be a good book for anyone interested in radionics or any non-conventional medical treatments.
My Search For Radionic Truths by R. Murray Denning
Murray Denning suffered from a so-called “incurable” disease for 25 years, at age 45 he was cured by a “Healer”. Mr. Denning became a radionics practitioner himself, which led him to the discovery of a whole spectrum of non-conventional healing. This is his very interesting story.
K.R.T. Radionics Book 3-Radionics Rates Alpha
This book is the result of 35 years of study and research. In it, you will find 13,800 rates for two dial Hieronymus type radionic instruments. This book has rates for just about anything you can think of, and best of all it’s free. You can download it HERE
A Fun Short Course in Beginning Radionics by “Pennsalvania Pete” Radatti
This book is only 22 pages long, but Pete has managed to pack it with a wealth of information aimed especially at the beginning radionics student, and best of all it’s a free download available HERE
Radionics: Science or Magic by David V. Tansley
This is a very informative book on radionics. David Tansley gives a comprehensive overview of what radionics is, how it works, how it began and its progress to the present day ( or the present day when he wrote it which was 1982). David Tansley is famous in his writings on radionics for exploring the Aura and Chakras and how they affect the health of an individual. This is an interesting read for anyone who wants to learn the science behind the science.
The Story of Eloptic Energy by Galen T. Hieronymus
This is a book written by the master himself describing what he believed caused radionics to work, it also is an auto-biography of Galen T. Hieronymus’s life, and offers tips for the radionics practitioner.
Eloptic Medical Directory by Galen T. Hieronymus
This is the “Bible” of radionics, it contains thousands of rates both two dial and single dial rates listed alphabetically and by rate numbers, it also has suggestions by Galen Hieronymus on the treatment of various illnesses.
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Cosmiculture Manual by Galen T. Hieronymus
This is another very informative book written by Galen T. Hieronnymus on the agricultural uses of radionics. It covers a wide range of subjects having to do with agricultural radionics.
KRT Radionics Book 2: Applied Radionics
Take control of your energetic destiny with this hands-on manual featuring step-by-step instructions for safe and successful use of all KRT radionic analyzers and potentizers, as well as advanced strategies, techniques and topics.
Much of the information in this book may be directly applicable to other two-dial analyzers, including Hieronymus, Rogers, Mattioda and Lightning devices.
KRT Radionics Book 2: Applied Radionics AVailable HERE
This list of books and videos is by no means a list of all the information available on the subject of radionics, it is just a list of books that I have read and videos that I have watched. I will periodically update this list when I have the time and opportunity to read other books and watch other videos.
I hope you enjoy these books and videos, most if not all are available from either: