Research!

Greetings, Friends of Aetheric Arts! I was recently contacted with an opportunity to contribute to research in the field. I think it’s a good thing to support more “mainstream” research into radionics/psychotronics, because you never know what might come out of it. I’m convinced that this researcher will give Radionics a fair appraisal – I’m going to contribute myself. Anyone willing to help this researcher please contact him at the address below:

Calling all inventors/entrepreneurs/practitioners in the area of nonstandard, paradigm shifting technologies. I am a graduate student at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and I am researching individuals who invent or practice in the areas classified by main stream science as nonstandard or fringe.

I am trying to locate individuals to interview for my research. If you are located in the central Indiana area please email me if you are interested in participating in the research. The research is not focused on debating the validity of the invention but rather how the invention was developed and how it works. I am looking for anyone who does work in the fields relating to aether, radionics, antigravity, free energy/cold fusion…excreta. If you would like to participate please send me an email at brpainter@ymail.com

Brad Painter
Graduate Student
BSU Department of Anthropology

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One Response to Research!

  1. Mr. B. says:

    Hello Mr. J. I would say you have built a beautiful Hieronymous machine. Congratulations. I want to thank you for helping us newbies to consider the impossible.

    While looking at the principle of the cosmic tube in Charles Walters’ WEEDS Control Without Poisons. Acres USA press, 1999, pp.109-18, and Dr. DeSauer’s onion experience I obtained the idea that you, Abrams, DeSauer, Galen H. and others are tapping into what has been called Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’. Some interesting info on the subject at http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120116112608.htm

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