Radionics - an overview
Radionics is a means of healing at a distance using special radionic instruments. It originated in the 1920s
when an American neurologist, Albert Abrams, invented a "black box" (with no electronic circuitry) that he claimed
could pick up a person's vibratory patterns from a "witness" such as a hair clipping, and transmit healing
radiations to that person.
The Radionic Association is the best place for more information.
Radionics has been the subject of controversy and is banned in the United States. In Britain, by contrast, a
committee of medical experts supported Abrams' basic idea as long ago as 1924, and in 1960 a British judge
dismissed a case of fraud that had been brought against the therapy.
Treatment is holistic, addressing all aspects of the client.
After analyzing the condition, the practitioner uses a radionic instrument to direct corrective "energy
patterns" to them. Homeopathic or flower remedies, nutritional therapy, lifestyle changes, or conventional
medicine if appropriate may also be recommended. Indeed, the British Radionics Association stresses that its
work is complementary to conventional medicine, not a substitute for it.
It seems likely that radionics is a form of distant healing, with the instruments providing a focus for practitioners to create a mental and vibrational link with
The client may not 'need to meet the practitioner, although most therapists will wish to meet their client at
least once. The diagnosis begins with a questionnaire that will probe the client's medical history. The therapist
will also ask for a 'witness" of a drop of blood or a lock of hair, which can be used to diagnose or treat the
condition. The client is then informed of progress.
The therapy has been shown to be effective in a number of cases ranging from physical pain to emotional
Automatic Computerized Treatment System (ACTS) is a system of computerized radionics developed in Britain by
radionics pioneer Major Gordon Smith. This system contains 260,000 treatments, which include homeopathy,
acupuncture, herbalism, flower and, gem remedies, color, sound, and light therapy, and the energies of vitamins and
minerals. The ACTS is connected to you through your witness and delivers the treatment, which it has assessed that
you need, at the right time and in the right quantities from its database, From there it may be recommended that
you see your physician, or a homeopath or herbalist, according to your needs. ACTS has yet to be independently
Psionic medicine was founded in the 1960s by a British doctor, George Laurence, with the aim of treating basic
cause of illness. It is similar to radionics, but practiced only by qualified physicians.
Radionics and psionic medicine are considered to be completely safe, and because it is noninvasive and
appropriate for people of all ages, as well as plants and animals, it has grown in popularity.