Continuious v.s. Pulsed Brodcasting

There are three different ways you can broadcast with a radionic instrument to balance energy.  Continuously with the amp switch (power switch) left on. Another way is with the amp switch off , you don’t actually need any electrical power to operate a radionic instrument , using electrical power shortens the broadcast time . Dr.  Ruth Drown, used instruments that weren’t designed to be plugged into an electrical source, they relied on subtle energy only.

The third way is pulsed broadcasting , which is an on/off method of radionic broadcast . In some cases this is the most effective way of broadcasting. Some radionic instruments used to come with a timer that you could set to turn on your instruments for a specified amount of time and off for a specified amount of time, most instruments today don’t offer that feature, but you can use an electronic timer that you plug your instrument into.

How do you know if you should use a pulsed or continuous broadcast ? you need to dowse for the answer. Dowsing is one of the most important skills that you can have as a radionics operator, it is where radiestesia and radionics come togeather. I describe dowsing here. Radionic and Pendulum Dowsing.

First of all, when you are ready to make a radionic broadcast, you would dowse the question ” Should this be a pulsed  broadcast” YES or NO,  if you get a YES, next dowse to determine if the ON time should be in seconds, minutes, hours, days. Now dowse if the off time should be in seconds, minutes, hours, days. Next dowse for how many ON/OFF cycles. You can use your intensity dial as a dowsing tool, the number on the dial, when you get a stick is your answer.

You can buy a cheap kitchen timer, to turn your instrument ON and OFF at the required times such as this one, available in stores and eBay,



I personally use the timer pictured below, it is more expensive, but more accurate. Available on eBay or Amazon.

timer 2

Pulsed broadcasting isn’t something you’ll use all the time in radionic work, but it’s another tool in your tool box, and it’s good to have the option of using it.

2 thoughts on “Continuious v.s. Pulsed Brodcasting

  1. I just want to point out that using a timer like those above does not shut off the broadcast when the timer shuts off. It only shuts down the electricity supply to the amp. The instrument is still broadcasting in a non powered mode, like the Ruth Drown instruments. The timers built into the KRT instruments shut the broadcast circuit off, thereby actually shutting the broadcast off. Two different situations.
    This is not to say that using the external timer is bad or inappropriate, I just want people to understand what is or isn’t happening. The instrument can broadcast in powered or non powered mode. Using an external timer merely switches the instrument from powered to non powered mode, it does not shut it off.
    Make sense?


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