Tibetan Buddhist Miraclerous Spring Water

Here is a rate that I found a few years ago in a radionics book titled ” A Fun Short Course In Beginning Radionics By Pennsylvania “Pete” Radatti”. It’s a rate for “Tibetan Buddhist Miraculous Spring Water” which I decided to make.

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To my amazement, it raised the General Vitality of everything that I tried it with, and it lowered the intensities of every undesirable condition that I tried it with.

To make the “Tibetan Buddhist Miraculous Spring Water” you will need a radionic instrument with a “potentizing well”. Put some distilled water in a test tube or glass bottle. Next, add a few drops of brandy to the water ( the brandy helps to keep the energy from dissipating from the water). You probably can make it without the brandy, but it will lose its potency much more quickly.

 

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Instrument with potentizer

 

Next, put the rate 64.75-11.25 on one of your instruments banks. Place the test tube of water in the potentization well of your instrument. If your instrument has a selector switch which allows you to potentize “in phase or out of phase,” make sure it is set on “in phase”.

Turn the AMP switch for your instrument on. Turn the switch for your potentizer on., and let the rate potentize into the water for 3 hours, 1.5 minutes. This may seem like a long time, but that is what is mentioned in Pete’s book mentioned above.

Like I said previously this stuff works and works well, give it a try. It makes a great reagent.

The book ” A Fun Short Course In Beginning Radionics By Pennsylvania “Pete” Radatti” is available for download here:

https://radionicsspectro.com/2017/03/06/books-about-radionics/

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