Accessing and Supplementing Morphogenetic Fields with Radionic Coding Via the Ether

Dan will examine how radionic coding may supplement information in Morphogenetic Fields, thereby “informing” and affecting the resulting states in matter in cases of physical dysfunction.

  1. Through radionics, we are tapping a hyper-dimensional ether.
  2. This Ether, as it is understood in radionics, bears a striking resemblance to the Morphogenetic Field, as proposed by Dr. Rupert Sheldrake.
  3. Once we see how the Morphogenetic Field acts as a matrix to “guide” the formation of matter, we will show examples of how radionics can be used to “supplement” information in the Morphogenetic Field, that appears to have “gone wrong,” or became garbled, resulting in physical dysfunction. Examples using radionic coding will be provided.
Daniel Taylor
Daniel Taylor was elected to the USPA Board in 2015. He double-majored in Chemistry and Biology, and double minored in Physics and Mathematics, to prepare for Ph.D. level research in Biophysics. His undergraduate research involved single molecule tethering, magnetic tweezer manipulation, and Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) analysis. He has been engaged in full-time Radionics research since 2010. He has studied with various practitioners in the U.S. Dan is also a Licentiate with The Radionics Association of the U.K. (