Take a look into the proceedings of the United States Psychotronics Association’s history. Featuring a study by USPA’s Niels Primdahl, International Harmony Based Upon a Music of Planetary Grid Systems by, A Conceptual Model of Paranormal Phenomena by, Information Transfer and Mind-Brain Interaction, by Jack Houck, The Unnecessary Schism Between Science and Religion, by Fredric Blau, The Esoteric Worldview: A Ready-Made Conceptual Framework for Psychotronics, by Jan Brice and more. All exploring the behind the scenes of USPA Founder Dr. Albert Abrams and the knowledge he helped show off to the world.


Electronic Homeopathy is not radionics as it is usually practiced in many parts of the world. Although much help has been given to patients through radionics, radionics is concerned mainly with the general field of each problem, and much of its findings are due to the skill and ESP of the operator, more than to the instrument itself. The findings by radionics are often time-consuming, and the treatment rather general or vague, whereas in Electronic Homeopathy Therapy the instrument finds quickly and exactly, even to the finest detail, where and what the trouble is, and treats directly the problem in that affected area, so that it may be removed from the body.” -Dr. Browett

The United States Psychotronics Association (USPA) defines psychotronics as the science of mind-body-environment relationships, an interdisciplinary science concerned with the interactions of matter, energy, and consciousness. Psychotronics involves the study, research, and applications of the physics and technology of the mind, brain, spirit, consciousness, and the underlying forces of life and nature. We believe that a true understanding of the universe must include the spiritual, as well as, the technical, and provide an opportunity for amateur researchers to present their findings along with the professionals. We stress research, with documentation of results, and practical applications, rather than personal experience and unsupported hypotheses. For questions reach out to us today at (815) 355-8030 or Click here to become a USPA member and read more of USPA’s history.