My Six Dial Radionics Machine

The Six Dial Machine is finally complete!

I’ve been kicking around this project for months – I actually wanted to build this before I built the Three Dial, but I’m glad now I waited, as I applied what I learned in the Three Dial construction and was able to make improvements.

The tuning circuit is essentially the same as the Three Dial, but with double the number of tuning pots. I also decided to incorporate an Octagon Loop Antenna into the lid of the box itself, rather than it being a stand alone construction on its own mast. It is also an active device with an built-in VHF radio amplifier circuit, and the Clear (neutralize) function incorporates a large toroidal degaussing coil and the same ultraviolet “sterilization” lamps as my Hieronymus Machine.

Internal wiring of the Six Dial


This image shows the circuits and internal wiring. On the “input” side of each tuning potentiometer is a wire-wound quartz crystal (eight turns), and like the Three Dial, I used terminal strips to make the wiring neater, and also allow repairs to be made more easily, if needed. The potentiometers are all high quality, sealed, wire wound components. (I like using wire wound pots because inside each one is a small loop!)

The RF amplifier circuit can be seen (edge-on) to the right of the witness well. The well is wound with 24 turns of magnet wire, sealed with vinyl tape. The first UV lamp is mounted under the well, the second one is mounted on a post over the tuning crystals. Activating the “Clear” switch powers up the degaussing coil and turns on the UV lamps, switching out the tuning pots.

Integral Octagon Loop Antenna

I was concerned about connecting the antenna directly to the control panel, as I didn’t want the cables to get entangled in the antenna wires when the lid is closed (which I wouldn’t find out about until I opened the lid and tore something loose!) Also I wanted to use the antenna for both input and output, and a direct connection would require another switch. So I decided to mount the cables on the lid, with banana plugs to connect it to either the input or output of the machine as needed. When not in use, the cables are stowed by plugging into (dummy) banana jacks built into the lid. In the center of the antenna loop is a octagonal half-dome of gold orgonite.

Clear circuit activated, showing degaussing coil and UV lamp under the Witness Well

The switches control Transmit (activates the RF amplifier), Clear, and “Dual Mode”, which separates the “chain” of tuning pots from six in a series into two banks of three dials each. This allows the machine to be used for “Trend+Target” settings as needed. Each switch has its own indicator lamp to show the setting.

The positive poles of the Input and Output are connected to quartz crystal coils to amplify the scalar emanations, and those crystals are mounted in the top panel with one half sticking out above the surface. Underneath each one is mounted a red LED lamp that lights up when the “Transmit” switch is on. (Yeah, just because I thought it looked cool.) I’ve found some old radionics texts that include the use of light for tuning, and red supposedly boosts energy.

Six Dial in 'Transmit' Mode

The witness well is the same design as used in Hieronymus Machines, which is something that seems to be uncommon in “resistance dial” radionics devices, which usually use flat plates of metal. I’ve always preferred the well-type design – something placed in it like a photograph or a sigil on paper is prevented from being accidentally knocked off or blown away by air currents. The stick pad is also of the same design as the Hieronymus Machine, using a touch plate of Bakelite (paper bond) with a flat, eight-turn bifilar coil mounted beneath it.

Exterior of Six Dial Case

The case is a simple pinewood box I found at a thrift store, well made with mortised joints. It was nice wood, so I felt it was a shame to simply paint it solid black, even though I wanted it to be a “black box.” So I finished it with ebony stain, and added the classic trunk corners. It has brass “stop hinges” that allow the lid to remain upright when opened without having to use chains or lid levers (which would get in the way of the input and output connections.)

I’m very happy with how it came out. I dialed up a basic scan (using the stick pad and a lock of my own hair in the witness well) for my own bio-energy level, using the first three dials in Dual Mode. I got a strong stick reaction, similar to what I feel with the Hieronymus while tuning it. Then I set the second three dials to balance those settings (using the simple subtraction method: e.g, a setting of “23” on the input dial is balanced by a setting of “77” on the output dial.) After a few minutes running, I could feel my body’s energy being increased and refined, so it seems to be working as it should.

However, while the Hieronymus Machine is generally designed for healing, this box is intended for manifestation work. I expect I’ll be using it quite a bit in the near future!

About josephmax

Aetheric Artist
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14 Responses to My Six Dial Radionics Machine

  1. Kmj says:

    Awesome! This is a work of art. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Sorynzar says:

    Agreed, a work of art, or should I say Aetheric Art😉
    I recall something about red light being conducive to charging crystals, that is what prompted me to experiment with red lasers as an eloptic information transfer medium. The loop antenna looks great. I like how you have used patch cables to hook it up to either input or output, very retro.

  3. Don says:

    I am very impressed on the design. I purchased a Hieronymous radionics machine about 8 months ago. This was based on the original design of T. Gale Hieronymos. If you have the time I’d like to ask you a few questions. Send me an e-mail

  4. Blackbox says:

    awesome!

  5. Edel Pons says:

    Hi,
    could you tell me about a good manisfestation machine? can I get a version of your own machine?
    Regards

  6. James says:

    Is there any way to buy any of your machines ???

    • josephmax says:

      As I’ve told enquirers before, I’m an artist (pronounced “ar-TEEST”?) not a radionic instrument manufacturer. Each of my devices is a unique work of Art. No two will ever be exactly alike. I’m open to commissions to “sculpt” a piece of art, but think of it like commissioning a painter or sculptor to create an artwork for you. If you’re interested in this, contact me privately through my Gravitar page (clicking on the icon above next to my name will take you there) and we’ll discuss your needs.

  7. Xander says:

    Awesome design, I want to build one like those but a nine dial box, your work is very inspirational.

    • josephmax says:

      Thank you! It’s nice to know I’m doing some good in the world!

      • Xander says:

        Hey Max I am new to radionics and would like to build a nine dial box the circuit design I was looking at is from wizzer’s workshop, but I would like to incorporate the rf radio transmitter and uv lamps into mine and I would like some help with the VHF radio amplifier circuit, the degaussind coil and the UV lamp and how to set it all up into one. Is there any way I can learn to design my own circuits? are your circuits your own original design or did you get them from somewhere?

  8. Xander says:

    Hey Max can you send me the schematics for your six dial box or can you send me a modified version for a nine dial circuit, like the one from Logan. I really need some help here with this, lopes911@yahoo.com.

  9. dee says:

    I need help with the right chip for a simple amp in a three dial simple powered box. Anyone give me a link to a model number of a chip? Ive seen some on ebay no idea if they are right ones?

    • josephmax says:

      The LM386 is very commonly used. There are a lot of circuit examples to be found on-line.

      • dee says:

        So it would be part of an amp circuit- I have seen these sold as complete modules. So I couldn’t just use the chip by itself it would need to be part of an amp module? Then I would wire in the module to my box.

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