I’ve just purchased an antique Shortwave Oscilloclast on eBay. This device was developed by the Electronic Medical Foundation (EMF) of San Francisco in the 1940s. The EMF was the organization created by Dr. Albert Abrams to carry on his work (shortly before he died in 1924) and he left a substantial endowment in his will to fund their radionic research.
The Shortwave Oscilloclast was an “automated” radionics device, in that it used preset vibration rates tuned to specific frequencies for treatment. It’s a combination device, which transmits shortwave radio signals modulated by audio frequency waveforms, and also comes with “depolarizer” units that produce powerful electromagnetic waves.
The instruction manual describes using “electronic blood tests” to determine the correct treatment settings, probably by the use of the Abrams Dynamizer (the Dynamizer was a kind of free-standing witness well – in fact it’s the forerunner of the witness wells and platforms used in many radionics devices today.) I will be looking into using the Hieronymus Machine for analysis in place of the Dynamizer (or I may just have to build myself a Dynamizer!)
According to the seller, the unit is functional, but we’ll wait and see how functional it really is! It’s a vacuum tube device, so it may be in need of a tube replacement. I can only hope that the tubes are still available!
Update: I received the Shortwave Oscilloclast, and it seems to be fully functional.