Hieronymus Mandala Machine

The latest creation from Aetheric Arts Labs: the Hieronymus Mandala Machine.

I’m actually quite pleased with how this device came out!

This machine was commissioned by a client (for reasons of privacy we’ll call him “Mr. M.”) for the express purpose of enhancing meditation and spiritual development.

Although it is a basic Hieronymus circuit, it also has some very specialized enhancements and accessories. I worked closely with Mr. M during the design phase of this project, so the final form reflects it’s new owner’s mystical and aesthetic sensibilities. The idea is that radionics instruments are at the intersection of art, technology and spirituality.

The most striking feature of the Mandala Machine is, of course, the Sri Yantra Mandala painting inside the cover, created by Bay Area artist Kat Lunoe. An original work rendered in oils, the mandala and its color scheme was approved by Mr. M to be a focus of magical will during meditation. The painting is amazing; it draws the eye and almost induces a state of enhanced meditation all by itself.

Sri yantra is called the mother of all yantras because all other yantras derive from it.

The Sri Yantra is a configuration of nine interlacing triangles centred around the bindu (the central point of the yantra), drawn by the super imposition of five downward pointing triangles, representing Shakti ; the female principle and four upright triangles, representing Shiva ; the male principle.

Man’s spiritual journey from the stage of material existence to ultimate enlightenment is mapped on the Sri Yantra. The spiritual journey is taken as a pilgrimage in which every step is an ascent to the center, a movement beyond one’s limited existence, and every level is nearer to the goal.

Each of the circuits of the Sri Yantra, from the outer plane to the bindu (the center), corresponds with one of the stages of the spiritual journey.

The goal of contemplating the Sri Yantra is that the adept can rediscover his primordial sources. The circuits symbolically indicate the sucessive phases in the process of becoming.”

The internal circuitry is based on the same 1980s transistorized design of Dr. Hieronymus as my previous instruments, with the Aetheric Arts enhancements of double-terminated quartz crystal cores for the coils, and the 380 nw ultraviolet light sources inside the case, to cleanse the crystals and the witness well of accumulated aetheric charges when the “neutralize” switch is activated.

The device is further enhanced by the inclusion of additional quartz crystal coils mounted on the control panel, which are illuminated by “aqua” and “rose” colored lights when the transmit circuit is powered. These coils are arranged in parallel with the input and output points of the circuit, with the intention of tuning the aetheric emanations to vibration rates that enhance spiritual effects.

The color scheme of the Sri Yantra mandala is coordinated with the colors of the crystal light sources.

Additional accessories include brass hand grips and a pair of “CrystalFeeler” external crystal antenna modules, from ElectroQuartz of Brazil. The modules are filled with crushed quartz arranged between U-shaped antenna elements. In use, these are placed in such a way that they encompass the body of the operator (for example, sitting in the lotus pose with the modules placed to the left and right of the body) and empower the user’s aura.

The machine is built into a custom made ATA hard shell road case, like the Utilitarian Machine, both shock absorbent and water-resistant.

May it’s new owner find many hours of enlightened comtemplation and spiritual advancement with this amazing device.

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6 Responses to Hieronymus Mandala Machine

  1. Sorynzar says:

    It certainly looks the part! A job well done.

    • Sorynzar says:

      Just to add, I like your way of mounting the crystal and coil. I assume the UV diode is the two legs I can see coming from the vero board, and disappearing beneath the quartz?

      • josephmax says:

        Good spotting! Yes, those are the leads to the UV lamp. It sits under the quartz crystal, outside the area covered by the coil wrapping so the light can permeate the crystal. There is a small plate of polished aluminum below the crystal to reflect more of the UV light into it.

        Quartz is a heck of a lot heavier than cardboard, PVC or wood cores. I tried mounting it to the PCB the way Jensen does it on the first one I built, but the weight started to work the board mounts loose even before I finished making the panel! So now I use a pair of metal L-brackets with rubber gaskets mounted to them, and the gaskets hold the ends of the crystal in place. You can see the same size rubber gaskets holding the LEDs that light the two crystals at the top of the panel. So with the witness well and the entire control panel (which is nearly unbreakable Bakelite) also mounted with rubber gaskets, all the heavy and fragile parts are on shock absorbers. I figured this would help protect these “utilitarian” machines for field work.

        The idea is that with a simple 9 volt battery on a clip, one can take this meditation machine to the forest, the mountaintop, or the seaside without worrying if the construction can handle being “off the beaten path.” Even the accessories are very robustly built; the antenna pods are essentially airtight, the brass handgrips can be driven into the dirt without harm, and banana jacks are easy to keep clean and hardly ever fail (unless you snap them off!)

        I’m really considering offering these machines for sale to other customers. People have been asking lately on other forums about using radionics for spiritual enlightenment, and this Machine is the perfect instrument for it. Stand by for an update/announcement…

  2. nishant says:

    Hey…can i buy one radionics machine. Is it available anywhere online?
    email me the details: nishant.wisdom@gmail.com

    • Sue says:

      Did you do any experimenting with this machine using the Yantra is for various
      trends?

      • josephmax says:

        Sadly no, I never used it (beyond basic testing) as the Mandala Machine was created on commission for a client, who I’ve lost touch with. The last I heard he was heading for the New Mexico desert with it.

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