Radiesthesia in Objectifying Subtle Energy Manifestations in Experiments with an Atmospheric Energy Device
Richard A. Blasband, M.D.
In June of 2013, Dr. Dominique Surel and I explored the use of a pendulum in objectifying the flow of a perceived “subtle energy” effect when experimenting with a Wilhelm Reich “cloudbuster”. The device, which we call an atmospheric energy engineering device or AEED, was set-up in a park near Evergreen, CO in order to train students in its operation in anticipation of drought in Colorado and the Mid-West. Since Dr. Surel was expert in the use of the pendulum to detect subtle energy frequencies we thought it might be useful in detecting possible such “energies” in our training demonstrations of the AEED.
The device consists of an array of maneuverable metal pipes which are “grounded” into running water. For training purposes the pipes were aimed at cumulus clouds in order to demonstrate cloud disruption. Within minutes of raising the grounded pipes to near-zenith we both experienced sensations of heavy overall “pressure” in the body, nausea, and “pulling” in the diaphragm. We backed away from the device and Dr. Surel, having recovered from the acute noxious effects, approached the device from several angles using the pendulum to detect changes in what we hypothesized was the outer edge of a “field” of subtle energy. The outline of the outer edge of the field was staked, measured, and photographed. The field extended up to several dozen feet from the device in an unexpected pattern.
I will present details and photographs of the operation and a brief confirmatory report of a follow-up study conducted four months later.
We hypothesize that the noxious effects were due to what Reich called “oranur” and the ancient Egyptians called “negative electric green” frequency.
Recorded at the 33rd annual SSE Conference in 2014 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, California, USA.
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