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Electromagnetic Radionic Camera"

James B. Bage
This is a radionic time camera :
This invention relates to a method of obtaining photographic images of healthy and diseased parts of the human body, animals, birds, insects, trees, bushes, flowers, plants, seeds, psychic phenomena, and other inanimate objects.

The camera can be housed in its entirety in a case measuring 33 cm x 49 cm x 14 cm, making it a completely portable unit. According to the present invention, the camera functions through the medium of harnessing the energy rays emitted from a donor Body, from which the sample has been taken, and subjecting the electrical circuit of this invention to this emitted energy from the donor Body, which is then led through a tuning device consisting of multi variable potentiometers or impedance rheostats, to the conducting plates, between which the film or photographic paper has been placed.

A specific embodiment of the invention will now be described by way of example with reference to the accompanying drawing in which Figure 1 shows a diagrammatic plan of the complete circuit together with the conductor plates.

The requirements necessary to implement functioning of the EM Radionic Camera to produce photographic images are:

(1) Electrical source of power. Can be a battery or mains electricity
(2) On/Off switch of the simple make and break type.
(3) Timer.
(4) Amplifier.
(5) Infrared sensor
(6) Potentiometers. These can be of the multi selective type with single specific values counting from 0 to 10. Where more than one of this type of potentiometer is used, they must be wired or connected in series.
(7) Filters. These can consist of coils of insulated wire. Solenoids wound on both iron and air cores in series.
(8) Positive conductor plate. Can be made of copper, silver or any suitable conducting material.
(9) Negative conducting plate. Materials as (8).

The required photographic paper, or film, and the donor Body sample required in order to take a photographic image, are not shown in Diagram 1.

The positive side of the circuit is wired from the positive terminal of the power source (1) in Diagram 1 to the on/off switch (2) to the timer (3) to the amplifier (4) to the infrared sensor (5) to the potentiometers (6) to the positive conducting plate (8).

The Negative side of the circuit is wired from the negative terminal of the power source (1) to the amplifier (4) to the filters (7) to the negative conducting palte (9).

Infrared Sensor ~

The IR sensor acts as a shutter of the camera and is affected b\through the introduction of the donor Body sample to the proximity of the IR sensor, that is to say, that the sensor is used to isolate a selected area to be photographed, and in so doing, produces changes in the electromotive force in the electrical circuit. These changes of force are utilized to excite the circuit, producing an electromagnetic field, which isled through the potentiometers, resulting in distortion or change of of the lines of force that spread across the emulsion face of the film or photographic paper, producing a photographic image that can be chemically developed.

The Amplifier ~

The amplifier is required to amplify the energy introduced into the circuit via the sample from the donor Body.

The Potentiometers ~

The potentiometers are connected in series so as to produce a condenser action. They are multi adjustable, each one being able to be set from 0 to 10. They do in fact act as a tuning device. The potentiometers are positioned between the power source (1) and the positive conducting plate (8).

Negative and Positive Conducting Plates ~

The negative conducting plate (9) and the positive conducting plate (8) act as a photographic device, in effect as fixed condensers. They can be spaced between 8mm and 25 mm apart, between which the film or photographic paper is placed.

The invention relates to a method of obtaining photographic images as previously described. The action consists in subjecting a photographic plate, film, or photographic paper to an electromotive force so as to produce an EM field which provides a means susceptible to the energy rays or electrons of the atoms of the object or area to be photographed.

To produce a change in voltage drop across an electrical circuit to correspondingly influence the aforementioned EM field, via a sample from the donor Body, this sample can be of blood, hair, sputum, handwriting, etc., or any part of the subject or subject matter to be photographed. When the sample from the donor Body is presented to the IR sensor, the energy transmitted from the donor Body to the sample produces sufficient energy to effect a change in the circuit by way of a minute voltage drop, this in turn is led through the tuning potentiometers and influences the said EM field by reason of the applied direction of polarity of the source of the potential.

Description ~

The camera functions through the medium of harnessing the energy rays emitted by the donor Body via a sample from the donor Body. This sample can be of a blood spot, hair, sputum, handwriting, or any part of the donor Body. In practice, a sample from the donor Body is placed close to the surface of the IR sensor (5) so that the energy rays or radiations will impinge upon the cathode of the IR sensor (5), resulting in negative electrons being emitted from the cathode. This in turn places a negative potential on the anode circuit, resulting in an increased resistance being placed across the IR sensor, resulting in a minute change of current in the anode circuit.

Due to this change in current, there will be a voltage drop across the circuit. This voltage drop is led through the potentiometers (6) which are used as the selection or tuning device. The tuning is effected by setting the energy pattern of the area to be photographed numerically on the potentiometers (6).

The change in dielectric stress of the condenser-like arrangement of conducting plates (8) and (9) caused by the change of potential applied to the conducting plates (8) and (9) produces corresponding changes in the EM field which is contained in the emulsion face of the photographic paper or film. This field is in the nature of an EM field with appropriate lines of force, depending upon the particular setting, set numerically on the potentiometers or tuning device (6).

As the tuned EM force which produces the field is varied or regulated by the energy derived from the nervous system or organism of the donor Body being photographed, the EM field is varied accordingly.

The tuning device can be comprised of any suitable number of potentiometers (6) connected in series to afford a wide range of selection. The potentiometers are capable of tuning on a scale of 0 to 10.

In order to be able to take a photograph, you have to dial in the energy pattern of the area to be photographed on the potentiometers (6). For example, if we wished to photograph "Cancer of the Spine" that the donor Body is suffering from, we would dial in number 5 on the first potentiometer, 0 on the second, 2 on the third, 4 on the fourth, 2 on the fifth, 7 on the sixth, 9 on the seventh potentiometer. This is the energy pattern of Cancer of the Spine expressed numerically, as 5024279.

The camera is now set to photograph Cancer of the Spine. Using the sample from our donor Body to act as a catalyst we trigger the action needed to effect the photograph.

In fact, what happens is that the donor Body is in tune with the sample taken from it, and that energy is passing between the donor Body and the sample in a continuous stream. TIME AND DISTANCE ARE IRRELEVANT

When the sample is presented to the IR sensor (5), energy generated by the donor Body flows through the sample in sufficient strength to effect negative electrons being emitted from the cathode of the IR sensor (5). This in turn places a negative potential on the anode of the IR sensor (5), resulting in an increased resistance being placed across the IR sensor, which in turn results in a minute change of current in the anode circuit.

Due to this change in current, a voltage drop is effected. This voltage drop is led through the potentiometers (6) on which we had set our energy pattern for Cancer of the Spine, expressed numerically as 5023279. The energy pattern being carried on this EM field flows on to, and becomes trapped in the emulsion face of the film or photographic paper. Developing the film results in a picture of Cancer of the Spine, that the donor Body is suffering from, and from which can only be obtained by use of the donor Body sample.

The camera will produce the same photograph effect when a numerically expressed energy pattern is selected on the Potentiometers (6) and the same donor Body sample is used. No other criteria is required to obtain repetitive results.
you find the schéma at: Radionic / Psychotronic Photography: G. De La Warr, Ruth Drown
 

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Electromagnetic Radionic Camera"

James B. Bage
This is a radionic time camera :
This invention relates to a method of obtaining photographic images of healthy and diseased parts of the human body, animals, birds, insects, trees, bushes, flowers, plants, seeds, psychic phenomena, and other inanimate objects.

The camera can be housed in its entirety in a case measuring 33 cm x 49 cm x 14 cm, making it a completely portable unit. According to the present invention, the camera functions through the medium of harnessing the energy rays emitted from a donor Body, from which the sample has been taken, and subjecting the electrical circuit of this invention to this emitted energy from the donor Body, which is then led through a tuning device consisting of multi variable potentiometers or impedance rheostats, to the conducting plates, between which the film or photographic paper has been placed.

A specific embodiment of the invention will now be described by way of example with reference to the accompanying drawing in which Figure 1 shows a diagrammatic plan of the complete circuit together with the conductor plates.

The requirements necessary to implement functioning of the EM Radionic Camera to produce photographic images are:

(1) Electrical source of power. Can be a battery or mains electricity
(2) On/Off switch of the simple make and break type.
(3) Timer.
(4) Amplifier.
(5) Infrared sensor
(6) Potentiometers. These can be of the multi selective type with single specific values counting from 0 to 10. Where more than one of this type of potentiometer is used, they must be wired or connected in series.
(7) Filters. These can consist of coils of insulated wire. Solenoids wound on both iron and air cores in series.
(8) Positive conductor plate. Can be made of copper, silver or any suitable conducting material.
(9) Negative conducting plate. Materials as (8).

The required photographic paper, or film, and the donor Body sample required in order to take a photographic image, are not shown in Diagram 1.

The positive side of the circuit is wired from the positive terminal of the power source (1) in Diagram 1 to the on/off switch (2) to the timer (3) to the amplifier (4) to the infrared sensor (5) to the potentiometers (6) to the positive conducting plate (8).

The Negative side of the circuit is wired from the negative terminal of the power source (1) to the amplifier (4) to the filters (7) to the negative conducting palte (9).

Infrared Sensor ~

The IR sensor acts as a shutter of the camera and is affected b\through the introduction of the donor Body sample to the proximity of the IR sensor, that is to say, that the sensor is used to isolate a selected area to be photographed, and in so doing, produces changes in the electromotive force in the electrical circuit. These changes of force are utilized to excite the circuit, producing an electromagnetic field, which isled through the potentiometers, resulting in distortion or change of of the lines of force that spread across the emulsion face of the film or photographic paper, producing a photographic image that can be chemically developed.

The Amplifier ~

The amplifier is required to amplify the energy introduced into the circuit via the sample from the donor Body.

The Potentiometers ~

The potentiometers are connected in series so as to produce a condenser action. They are multi adjustable, each one being able to be set from 0 to 10. They do in fact act as a tuning device. The potentiometers are positioned between the power source (1) and the positive conducting plate (8).

Negative and Positive Conducting Plates ~

The negative conducting plate (9) and the positive conducting plate (8) act as a photographic device, in effect as fixed condensers. They can be spaced between 8mm and 25 mm apart, between which the film or photographic paper is placed.

The invention relates to a method of obtaining photographic images as previously described. The action consists in subjecting a photographic plate, film, or photographic paper to an electromotive force so as to produce an EM field which provides a means susceptible to the energy rays or electrons of the atoms of the object or area to be photographed.

To produce a change in voltage drop across an electrical circuit to correspondingly influence the aforementioned EM field, via a sample from the donor Body, this sample can be of blood, hair, sputum, handwriting, etc., or any part of the subject or subject matter to be photographed. When the sample from the donor Body is presented to the IR sensor, the energy transmitted from the donor Body to the sample produces sufficient energy to effect a change in the circuit by way of a minute voltage drop, this in turn is led through the tuning potentiometers and influences the said EM field by reason of the applied direction of polarity of the source of the potential.

Description ~

The camera functions through the medium of harnessing the energy rays emitted by the donor Body via a sample from the donor Body. This sample can be of a blood spot, hair, sputum, handwriting, or any part of the donor Body. In practice, a sample from the donor Body is placed close to the surface of the IR sensor (5) so that the energy rays or radiations will impinge upon the cathode of the IR sensor (5), resulting in negative electrons being emitted from the cathode. This in turn places a negative potential on the anode circuit, resulting in an increased resistance being placed across the IR sensor, resulting in a minute change of current in the anode circuit.

Due to this change in current, there will be a voltage drop across the circuit. This voltage drop is led through the potentiometers (6) which are used as the selection or tuning device. The tuning is effected by setting the energy pattern of the area to be photographed numerically on the potentiometers (6).

The change in dielectric stress of the condenser-like arrangement of conducting plates (8) and (9) caused by the change of potential applied to the conducting plates (8) and (9) produces corresponding changes in the EM field which is contained in the emulsion face of the photographic paper or film. This field is in the nature of an EM field with appropriate lines of force, depending upon the particular setting, set numerically on the potentiometers or tuning device (6).

As the tuned EM force which produces the field is varied or regulated by the energy derived from the nervous system or organism of the donor Body being photographed, the EM field is varied accordingly.

The tuning device can be comprised of any suitable number of potentiometers (6) connected in series to afford a wide range of selection. The potentiometers are capable of tuning on a scale of 0 to 10.

In order to be able to take a photograph, you have to dial in the energy pattern of the area to be photographed on the potentiometers (6). For example, if we wished to photograph "Cancer of the Spine" that the donor Body is suffering from, we would dial in number 5 on the first potentiometer, 0 on the second, 2 on the third, 4 on the fourth, 2 on the fifth, 7 on the sixth, 9 on the seventh potentiometer. This is the energy pattern of Cancer of the Spine expressed numerically, as 5024279.

The camera is now set to photograph Cancer of the Spine. Using the sample from our donor Body to act as a catalyst we trigger the action needed to effect the photograph.

In fact, what happens is that the donor Body is in tune with the sample taken from it, and that energy is passing between the donor Body and the sample in a continuous stream. TIME AND DISTANCE ARE IRRELEVANT

When the sample is presented to the IR sensor (5), energy generated by the donor Body flows through the sample in sufficient strength to effect negative electrons being emitted from the cathode of the IR sensor (5). This in turn places a negative potential on the anode of the IR sensor (5), resulting in an increased resistance being placed across the IR sensor, which in turn results in a minute change of current in the anode circuit.

Due to this change in current, a voltage drop is effected. This voltage drop is led through the potentiometers (6) on which we had set our energy pattern for Cancer of the Spine, expressed numerically as 5023279. The energy pattern being carried on this EM field flows on to, and becomes trapped in the emulsion face of the film or photographic paper. Developing the film results in a picture of Cancer of the Spine, that the donor Body is suffering from, and from which can only be obtained by use of the donor Body sample.

The camera will produce the same photograph effect when a numerically expressed energy pattern is selected on the Potentiometers (6) and the same donor Body sample is used. No other criteria is required to obtain repetitive results.
you find the schéma at: Radionic / Psychotronic Photography: G. De La Warr, Ruth Drown
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That's what article said when they claim that time and space are IRRELEVANT, What's you think?
I think you had a a brief obsessive compulsive desire to keep repeating my answer to you, after all you yourself asked for members opinions and i gave you mine :rolleyes:..
 


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