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Environmental factors have an impact on the efficacy ITC sessions. Geopathic stress is one of those factors, and the art of manipulating those energies is geomancy. It might be fruitful to experiment with geomancy during ITC sessions, and to develop more effective ITC systems. 

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You are talking about the energy grids covering the surface of the earth and their disturbances? I remember this topic was very popular in the 80s. Would be no wonder if geomancy is an important factor on ITC. The problem is how to measure and evaluate the local potential of those fields.

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Your question gave me one idea. Basically Michael Lee and me constructed dozens of pk sensor applications. What we never did, or at least I never did, was taking one of those sensors and do kinda of dowsing with it, I mean to investigate the up and down of pk amplitudes depending on the location.

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What isnt generally known, is that Franz Seidl's Psychofon broadband receiver device was initially designed in response to his interest in dowsing. The later use of it as an ITC receiver are what we usually know it for. See the following translation of mine from the book "Nachrichten Aus Dem Jenseits"...

5.5 The work of SEIDL [1.31], [5.25]
Introduction
The Viennese engineer Franz Seidl (born 1912), who died in 1982, is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of technical arrangements for audiotape voice research. As an electrical engineer he specialized in radio engineering and electroacoustics and was active in the relevant industry, and later as a sound engineer at "Radio Rot-Weiß-Rot" in Vienna. He also loved music and he composed under the pseudonym Frank Silden Filmmusik. In later years he worked as a freelance explorer. In the 1960s, dowsers and commuters drew Seidl's attention to dowsing, in particular to site explorations of so-called "earth rays") [8.9] Seidl found that the FIELD STRENGTH of radio transmitters rose slightly where a water vein had a pronounced changed situation, which was more pronounced and electrostatically and electromagnetically detectable, especially at the fringes of the water vein, (see also Ref. [8.9]) however these were inaccurate and ambiguous. Experiments with regular portable radio receivers whose rod antenna was pointed downwards to detect the interference zone were not very encouraging. The devices were too insensitive and the reception width was too low due to the selectivity. Thus, after removing the tuning elements in the input oscillator and intermediate frequency part of a SUPERHETERODYNE receiver, the first model of a broadband receiver resulted, which was successful. (Figure 5. 34, page 153).

Thus, SEIDL writes: "When I operate this untuned superheterodyne, any radio station or even several (that is, a sound mixture) can be received (see Figure 5.32, page 152) once the edge of such a stimulus zone with the hand-held receiver is reached.  Rod aerial downwards, creates an increased noise, often associated with the simultaneous, sudden reception of a local or strong remote AM radio station. This effect disappears when you leave the edge zone of the stimulus zone again. "This is how the so-called" broadband amplifier "was created. He later called this the "Psychofon" (1968), see Fig. 5.33.

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11 hours ago, Andres Ramos said:

Your question gave me one idea. Basically Michael Lee and me constructed dozens of pk sensor applications. What we never did, or at least I never did, was taking one of those sensors and do kinda of dowsing with it, I mean to investigate the up and down of pk amplitudes depending on the location.

Geopathic tests have been done with ITC and are published somewhere. I'll look it up. Dr. Jeffers post here is excellent. 

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3 hours ago, Dr Jeffers said:

What isnt generally known, is that Franz Seidl's Psychofon broadband receiver device was initially designed in response to his interest in dowsing. The later use of it as an ITC receiver are what we usually know it for. See the following translation of mine from the book "Nachrichten Aus Dem Jenseits"...

5.5 The work of SEIDL [1.31], [5.25]
Introduction
The Viennese engineer Franz Seidl (born 1912), who died in 1982, is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of technical arrangements for audiotape voice research. As an electrical engineer he specialized in radio engineering and electroacoustics and was active in the relevant industry, and later as a sound engineer at "Radio Rot-Weiß-Rot" in Vienna. He also loved music and he composed under the pseudonym Frank Silden Filmmusik. In later years he worked as a freelance explorer. In the 1960s, dowsers and commuters drew Seidl's attention to dowsing, in particular to site explorations of so-called "earth rays") [8.9] Seidl found that the FIELD STRENGTH of radio transmitters rose slightly where a water vein had a pronounced changed situation, which was more pronounced and electrostatically and electromagnetically detectable, especially at the fringes of the water vein, (see also Ref. [8.9]) however these were inaccurate and ambiguous. Experiments with regular portable radio receivers whose rod antenna was pointed downwards to detect the interference zone were not very encouraging. The devices were too insensitive and the reception width was too low due to the selectivity. Thus, after removing the tuning elements in the input oscillator and intermediate frequency part of a SUPERHETERODYNE receiver, the first model of a broadband receiver resulted, which was successful. (Figure 5. 34, page 153).

Thus, SEIDL writes: "When I operate this untuned superheterodyne, any radio station or even several (that is, a sound mixture) can be received (see Figure 5.32, page 152) once the edge of such a stimulus zone with the hand-held receiver is reached.  Rod aerial downwards, creates an increased noise, often associated with the simultaneous, sudden reception of a local or strong remote AM radio station. This effect disappears when you leave the edge zone of the stimulus zone again. "This is how the so-called" broadband amplifier "was created. He later called this the "Psychofon" (1968), see Fig. 5.33.

Fabulous! On my long list of projects is translation of all the non-English ITC websites. It's not that hard to do with Google Translate built into the browser. Geomancy is not just dowsing. It includes Feng Shui, Ley Lines and Tiang Seri. 


On a personal note, do you remember Charles Manson? His gang murdered Sharon Tate and others in Los Angeles. My friend, one of the first to get a degree in parapsychology, which at the time included paranormal investigation, was the prime investigator at a neighboring house. When I visited him about 12 years ago, he took me to the house, along with his measuring devices. We watched as his magnetometer spun round and round at the door, and other instruments gave unusual readings. The place was haunted. There were ghost videos. The resident had stories to tell, and eventually made a movie about it. My friend suggested that the hauntings were a result of ley line activity that was responsible for the readings. The energies were attracting the spirits. I am a bit psychic, so I tuned into the entities and found Sharon Tate herself. I spoke to her and told her to move on, which I think she did. 

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3 hours ago, sglanz said:

Fabulous! On my long list of projects is translation of all the non-English ITC websites. It's not that hard to do with Google Translate built into the browser. Geomancy is not just dowsing. It includes Feng Shui, Ley Lines and Tiang Seri. 


On a personal note, do you remember Charles Manson? His gang murdered Sharon Tate and others in Los Angeles. My friend, one of the first to get a degree in parapsychology, which at the time included paranormal investigation, was the prime investigator at a neighboring house. When I visited him about 12 years ago, he took me to the house, along with his measuring devices. We watched as his magnetometer spun round and round at the door, and other instruments gave unusual readings. The place was haunted. There were ghost videos. The resident had stories to tell, and eventually made a movie about it. My friend suggested that the hauntings were a result of ley line activity that was responsible for the readings. The energies were attracting the spirits. I am a bit psychic, so I tuned into the entities and found Sharon Tate herself. I spoke to her and told her to move on, which I think she did. 

An impressive experience, Steve! Do you think that ley lines are causing paranormal activity that can render negative implications?

So far I thought that people doing cruel things are attracting negative spirits that are clinging to the place where the negative incident happened and making them a haunted place.

Regarding the psychophone this was a thrilling information Jeff posted that I didnt know yet, even I constructed a psychophone myself. I have some second thoughts regarding the use of the psychophone for dowsing. In the information Jeff provided, the psychophone was used to detect water veins. The increased rf level the psychophone shows could very well be explained by the water vein working as an antenna and amplifier for rf energy. Somewhere I read about this effect in a scientific article. So this effect must not be bound to psychokinesis and could be based on plain physics.

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A technical researcher I have had contact with many years ago, built a series of devices to receive signals from (genuine) crop circles in the UK. His research showed sharply defined areas and line barriers where signal reception changed markedly (similar to Seidl). His receivers were VLF based, and his initial impetus to get more involved was anomalous signals being received on tape recorders while they were in the circles or in their vicinity, in particular, tape recorders which were set to play mode but without a cassette inserted, making them effectively a primitive VLF receiver.

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4 hours ago, Dr Jeffers said:

A technical researcher I have had contact with many years ago, built a series of devices to receive signals from (genuine) crop circles in the UK. His research showed sharply defined areas and line barriers where signal reception changed markedly (similar to Seidl). His receivers were VLF based, and his initial impetus to get more involved was anomalous signals being received on tape recorders while they were in the circles or in their vicinity, in particular, tape recorders which were set to play mode but without a cassette inserted, making them effectively a primitive VLF receiver.

Interesting. So there are low frequency signals present in crop circles that obviously are in the audible range. Otherwise the tape recorders wouldn't show a reaction. The recorders would respond to strong electric fields as well as magnetic fields (the tape heads). Another explanation could be gravitational disturbances and the Hodowanec effect.

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On 8/21/2021 at 9:34 PM, Dr Jeffers said:

What isnt generally known, is that Franz Seidl's Psychofon broadband receiver device was initially designed in response to his interest in dowsing. The later use of it as an ITC receiver are what we usually know it for. See the following translation of mine from the book "Nachrichten Aus Dem Jenseits"...

5.5 The work of SEIDL [1.31], [5.25]
Introduction
The Viennese engineer Franz Seidl (born 1912), who died in 1982, is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of technical arrangements for audiotape voice research. As an electrical engineer he specialized in radio engineering and electroacoustics and was active in the relevant industry, and later as a sound engineer at "Radio Rot-Weiß-Rot" in Vienna. He also loved music and he composed under the pseudonym Frank Silden Filmmusik. In later years he worked as a freelance explorer. In the 1960s, dowsers and commuters drew Seidl's attention to dowsing, in particular to site explorations of so-called "earth rays") [8.9] Seidl found that the FIELD STRENGTH of radio transmitters rose slightly where a water vein had a pronounced changed situation, which was more pronounced and electrostatically and electromagnetically detectable, especially at the fringes of the water vein, (see also Ref. [8.9]) however these were inaccurate and ambiguous. Experiments with regular portable radio receivers whose rod antenna was pointed downwards to detect the interference zone were not very encouraging. The devices were too insensitive and the reception width was too low due to the selectivity. Thus, after removing the tuning elements in the input oscillator and intermediate frequency part of a SUPERHETERODYNE receiver, the first model of a broadband receiver resulted, which was successful. (Figure 5. 34, page 153).

Thus, SEIDL writes: "When I operate this untuned superheterodyne, any radio station or even several (that is, a sound mixture) can be received (see Figure 5.32, page 152) once the edge of such a stimulus zone with the hand-held receiver is reached.  Rod aerial downwards, creates an increased noise, often associated with the simultaneous, sudden reception of a local or strong remote AM radio station. This effect disappears when you leave the edge zone of the stimulus zone again. "This is how the so-called" broadband amplifier "was created. He later called this the "Psychofon" (1968), see Fig. 5.33.

Great post! I learned a lot. Have one of these devices just sitting on the shelf, maybe I can fire it up sometime. 

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1 hour ago, Keith J. Clark said:

Great post! I learned a lot. Have one of these devices just sitting on the shelf, maybe I can fire it up sometime. 

They're quite intriguing devices. I built one from the schematic that was designed by Bernd Giwer (technical associate of the VTF). I like the signal and noise variations it produces. Sort of hypnotic to listen to when its operating in the background.

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