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Dr. Thomas Galen Hieronymus

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  • honorary PhD. , physics
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Radionics and T. Galen Hieronymus - GrahamHancock.com articles
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Radionics and T. Galen Hieronymus - an excerpt from The Secret Art
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Thomas Galen Hieronymus' career spanned the era between the beginning of commercial radio and the modern era of radionics. In many ways, his work is a synthesis of the two sides of radionics, the speculative, occult side and the empirical, scientific one. He spoke knowledgeably about applied subtle energy, using the term "eloptic," meaning energy + light emanations he detected coming from physical materials. He also coined the term "nionic-nerve influencing energy" for emanations from live organisms.
These unusual descriptions of radionic emanations did not prevent him from obtaining the first U.S. Patent for a radionics detector [#2,482,773] in 1949. Nor did he ever run afoul of the authorities or academia; in fact he was made a fellow of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers.
The high comfort level with authority rested upon his solid credentials. He served in the Rainbow Division, A.E.F. in WWI and later graduated from officer's candidate school. For 30 years, he was a professional engineer working for the Kansas City Power and Light Co. He is credited with designing the phase locking system that connects power stations across the country. He was also a licensed radio operator, later becoming a Senior Member in the Institute of Radio Engineers. Generally speaking, such highly influential positions were reserved exclusively for the brightest and best in his profession.
His work in electronics coupled with a lifelong interest in metaphysics led him to the forefront of what came to be called "psionic devices" or "psychotronic technology" in his later years; these appliances were dependent upon the psychic (PK) energy of the mind to operate.
One other reason Hieronymus was held in such high professional esteem and remained un-censured for his radionics work was because he used his skill in radionics to assist regulatory authorities like the FDA and to solve complicated problems for Big Business. This was especially true when it came to the analysis of substances - in the era before the electron microscope. An example of this assistance comes from my personal conversations with a colleague, Bob Beautlich, regarding work Hieronymus performed for the 3M Company.
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Hieronymus was asked to use his patented radionics device to analyze the problem.
Earthmagic Enterprises ~ Inner Soul Technologies - Advanced Quantum Manifestation Plate.
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Hieronymus Machine is a general term that refers to the patented Radionics devices invented by electrical engineer Dr. Thomas Galen Hieronymus (21 November 1895-1988). he theory of operation on which Hieronymus Machines are based is that all matter emits a kind of "radiation" that is not electromagnetic, but exhibits some of the characteristics of both light and electricity. The quality of this emanation is unique to every kind of matter, and therefore can be utilized for detection and analysis. Hieronymus coined the term "eloptic energy" to describe this radiation (from the words "electrical" and "optical".) All of his machines were designed to detect and manipulate this eloptic energy.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RADIONICS: INSIGHTS FOR ARTISTS WORKING WITH SUBTLE ENERGY
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Similar devices from the late 1920's were called the Calbro-Magnawave (by Caldwell and Bronson), the Dynamiser (Richards), the Radioclast, the Wilson machine, and most notably some time later, the U.K.A.C.O. (for Upton, Knuth, and Armstrong Co.) and T. Galen Hieronymus, who was the first and only Radionics inventor ever to receive a U.S. Patent.
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The idea of a two-dimensional radionics device with no power source beyond the individual using it will emerge with greater clarity through visiting the life of another great radionics pioneer, T. Galen Hieronymus.
Thomas Galen Hieronymus' career spanned the era between the beginning of commercial radio and the modern era of Radionics. In many ways, his work is a synthesis of the two sides of Radionics, the speculative, occult side and the empirical, scientific one. He spoke knowledgeably of applied subtle energy, using the term "eloptic", meaning electricity + light, for emanations he detected coming from physical materials. He also coined the term "nionic-nerve influencing energy" for emanations from live organisms.
These unusual descriptions of radionic emanations did not prevent him from obtaining the first U.S. Patent on a Radionics detector [#2,482,773] in 1949. Nor did he ever run afoul of the authorities or academia; in fact he was awarded an honorary PhD. in physics! His work led him to the forefront of what were beginning to be called towards his later years, "psionic devices" or "psychotronic technology", appliances dependent upon psychic (PK) energy.
Hieronymus' high comfort level with authority rested upon his solid credentials. For 30 years he was a professional engineer working for the Kansas City Power and Light Co. He is credited with designing the phase locking system that connects power stations across the country. This distinction made him a Fellow in the Society of Electric Engineers, a highly influential professional position that was reserved exclusively for the very best of the best of his profession.
One reason Hieronymus was held in such high professional esteem and remained un- censured for his radionic work was because he used his skill in Radionics to assist regulatory authorities like the FDA and Big Business. This was especially true when it came to the analysis of substances--in the era before the electron microscope. An example of this assistance comes from a colleague, Bob Beautlich, regarding work Hieronymus performed for the 3M Company.
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Hieronymus was asked to use his patented Radionics device to analyze the problem. He discovered that trace elements of a solvent previously carried in the container trucks transporting the chemicals was contaminating the adhesive.
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Hieronymus began working in radio in 1913. After he received his license, he began working with KDKA, Pittsburgh, Pa., where he took part in the first ever public radio broadcast. During WWI he was a radio operator and electrical engineer with the Rainbow Division in France, where he tried to develop a wireless telephone. It was there that he discovered that certain metals and minerals had unusual properties, a discovery that led him to Radionics.
By 1930, he was working with J. W. Wigglesworth to improve the "Pathoclast", the successor to Abrams' Oscilloclast. The Pathoclast was considered to be "...the most advanced condenser-tuned radionic instrument ever made" up to that time, incorporating vacuum tubes for amplification and other features. By the early 50's, Hieronymus was collaborating with General Gross in Pennsylvania (of U.K.A.C.O. fame) on agricultural radionics.
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While many Radionics pioneers and other innovators were being systematically persecuted and turned into scientific outlaws for using their discoveries to heal or enhance agriculture, Hieronymus and his colleagues were again trying to establish a scientific basis for the way these instruments worked, even if they employed psychic ability.
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In a nutshell, Hieronymus became convinced that he was measuring a solar influence other than light. This force was received by living organisms and could be transmitted over certain types of conductors and insulated with others, much like electricity. This analogy to light will achieve greater significance in the section on radionic photography.
Unlike its mechanistic counterparts, eloptic energy could be influenced by consciousness and required human sensitivity to be detected. Hieronymus, to his credit, never skirted this issue. His patent clearly states that his apparatus "preferably relies upon the element of touch and, therefore, the skill of the operator."
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Concerning this discovery, John Campbell wrote Hieronymus on June 4, 1956: "When I began working with the machine, I learned that it didn't need a power supply.
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There is a famous story about how Ed Hermann, an engineer at McGraw-Hill, Inc. publishing company in New York requested Hieronymus to treat a caterpillar-infested tree on his lawn.
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For safety's sake and national security, Hieronymus claimed to have deliberately removed some critical factors from the patent.
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This phenomenon brings to mind the eloptic energy (energy+light) described by Hieronymus in his patent.
Both the discoveries of Hieronymus and de la Warr of a fundamental ray within materials have a much earlier precedent in the Hermetic idea of "the prime material".
16) T. Galen Hieronymus | Dragonline
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16) T. Galen Hieronymus
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Thomas Galen Hieronymus' career spanned the era between the beginning of commercial radio and the modern era of radionics. In many ways, his work is a synthesis of the two sides of radionics, the speculative, occult side and the empirical, scientific one. He spoke knowledgeably about applied subtle energy, using the term "eloptic," meaning energy + light emanations he detected coming from physical materials. He also coined the term "nionic-nerve influencing energy" for emanations from live organisms.
These unusual descriptions of radionic emanations did not prevent him from obtaining the first U.S. Patent for a radionics detector [#2,482,773] in 1949. Nor did he ever run afoul of the authorities or academia; in fact he was made a fellow of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers.
The high comfort level with authority rested upon his solid credentials. He served in the Rainbow Division, A.E.F. in WWI and later graduated from officer's candidate school. For 30 years, he was a professional engineer working for the Kansas City Power and Light Co. He is credited with designing the phase locking system that connects power stations across the country. He was also a licensed radio operator, later becoming a Senior Member in the Institute of Radio Engineers. Generally speaking, such highly influential positions were reserved exclusively for the brightest and best in his profession.
His work in electronics coupled with a lifelong interest in metaphysics led him to the forefront of what came to be called "psionic devices" or "psychotronic technology" in his later years; these appliances were dependent upon the psychic (PK) energy of the mind to operate.
One other reason Hieronymus was held in such high professional esteem and remained un-censured for his radionics work was because he used his skill in radionics to assist regulatory authorities like the FDA and to solve complicated problems for Big Business. This was especially true when it came to the analysis of substances - in the era before the electron microscope. An example of this assistance comes from my personal conversations with a colleague, Bob Beautlich, regarding work Hieronymus performed for the 3M Company.
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Hieronymus was asked to use his patented radionics device to analyze the problem.
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Hieronymus began working in radio in 1913. After he received his license, he began working with KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he took part in the first-ever public radio broadcast. As a radio operator and electrical engineer with the Rainbow Division in France during World War I, he worked to develop a wireless telephone. It was there that he observed certain metals and minerals had unusual properties or emanations, a discovery that led him to radionics.
By 1930, Hieronymus was working with radionics inventor J. W. Wigelsworth to improve the Pathoclast, the successor to Abrams' Oscilloclast. The Pathoclast was considered to be "the most advanced condenser-tuned radionic instrument ever made," incorporating vacuum tubes for amplification and other electronic features. It is also important to realize that by the time Hieronymus began designing his own version of the Pathoclast for Wigelsworth, mainstream doctors had adopted radionic-type therapies for clinical diagnosis and treatment throughout the country. In retrospect, one can sense a fusion occurring of homeopathic medical principles with electronic gear. For that period in the 1920s and 1930s, there seemed every reason to believe that radionic medical devices were evolving into a modern form of medical instrumentation. It was this favorable climate that clearly made the issuing of the Hieronymus patent possible.
In addition, the grassroots success of the Pathoclast/Radionics technology must also be considered when it comes to comprehending what Hieronymus faced later on in his career when his patent was popularized in a famous 1950s science fiction magazine. By then, Hieronymus had already witnessed thirty years of medical successes using these technologies across America. A great deal of technical evolution in radionics had occurred in the interim, with a large number of highly respected electrical engineers and instrument designers providing expertise and experimental insights. The world of radionics that Hieronymus entered in the late 1920s and early 1930s was an exciting place, as this fast developing, non-invasive, revolutionary medical technology had universal appeal. He was in the vanguard and was well positioned professionally to advance a technology being created as quickly as the healing successes were being reported.
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By the early 1950s, Hieronymus was also collaborating with Brigadier-General Henry M. Gross (Ret.) in Pennsylvania and the Homeotronic Foundation (of U.K.A.C.O. fame) on the development of agricultural radionics. It is at this point that radionics, and Hieronymus in particular, had their famous brush with popular culture.
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In the midst of this struggle, Hieronymus and his colleagues were trying to establish a scientific basis for the way these instruments worked, even accepting the fact they employed the skill of the operator's mind.
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In a nutshell, Hieronymus became convinced that he was measuring a solar influence other than light. This force was received by living organisms and could be transmitted over certain types of conductors and insulated by others, much like electricity. The developing radionic current analogy to light achieved greater significance through the evidence of radionic photography.
Unlike its mechanistic counterparts, eloptic energy could be influenced by consciousness and required human sensitivity to be detected. Hieronymus, to his credit, never skirted this issue. His patent clearly states that his apparatus "preferably relies upon the element of touch and, therefore, the skill of the operator."
US Patent #2,482,773
Contemporary writers on Hieronymus, such as engineer William D. Jensen provide additional insight into exactly what allowed the Hieronymus device to obtain a U.S. Patent: "Dr.
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Thomas Galen Hieronymus has the unique distinction of having the only US patent of a psychically operating machine. At first glance, what he invented was a machine to detect the type and quantity of any material matter under scrutiny, by analyzing the previously unknown 'eloptic' radiation that seemed to emanate from all materials. No one had ever thought of such a machine, and mainstream science is perplexed that his patented device does indeed work. His secret ingredient was that the experimenter became a part of his own machine, bridging the real and psychic worlds."
W.D. Jensen, in an article posted on the internet entitled "Preliminary Report on the Patented Hieronymus Machine" continues: "Patent number 2,482,773 was awarded in 1949, after three years of very careful consideration by the United States Patent Office.
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Hieronymus backed up his claims with live plant experiments, and made working models of his invention.
"Traditionally, psychic machines fall under the Para-psychological field of Psychotronics. Radionics is a specialized field within Psychotronics where the machines have electronic components that operate in the region of radio waves. There are two basic types of radionic instruments: Receivers and Transmitters. The patented Hieronymus machine is a Receiver instrument, also known as a Detector. It amplifies and detects the presence of Eloptic rays which occur at different vibrational frequencies coming naturally out of elements, like channel signals on a radio. Hieronymus also made Transmitters of Eloptic radiation, sometimes called Eloptic Beam Projectors, or Eloptic Radiators. They projected specific frequencies of Eloptic radiation into materials, and living things. These transmitters could be made to store the radiation in alcohol or other materials.
"What we have from the Patent is a working model of a psychically operating machine. From tests by Hieronymus and other independent researchers, the machine will work for 80% of the population.
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"The Hieronymus device, patented by Thomas G. Hieronymus in 1949, is one such device.
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But now it is not electron energy, it is a dual-state analog of energy - let us call it anenergy, for analog of energy. (Hieronymus called it eloptic energy, since it could act as electron fl ow or as optical waves, but was neither exclusively.) The amplified anenergy will come out in the coil of wire and it will generate field and it is not a magnetic field, and so it cannot be measured on normal laboratory instruments.
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John Campbell wrote Hieronymus on June 4, 1956, concerning his unusual discovery: "When I began working with the machine, I learned that it didn't need a power supply.
Thomas Galen Hieronymus was ...
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Thomas Galen Hieronymus was a pioneer of scalar energy research and development and his lifelong effort has served to introduce to mankind a seminal understanding of this fundamental force in nature.
Thomas Galen Hieronymus
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Thomas Galen Hieronymus
Hieronymus' insight as to the nature of scalar energy was so advanced that he was able to invent various scalar energy instruments that were able to assemble, disassemble as well as detect physical matter. Subsequently, Hieronymus coined the term, eloptic energy, in order to describe this hitherto, unrecognized force in nature.
Eloptic energy is synonymous with scalar energy and is derived from the words electricity and optics. Hieronymus observed that eloptic energy possessed some of the properties of electricity as well as some of the properties of optics, nevertheless, he realized that eloptic energy is not of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Engineer at Kansas City Power & Light Company
Hieronymus was born on November 21, 1895 in Valparaiso Indiana. As a young man he developed an interest in radio communication and subsequently became one of the first, licensed radio operators in the United States of America.
Later, he worked as a engineer at the Kansas City Power & Light Company where he developed the phase locking system that serves to connect power stations.
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Hieronymus discovered that scalar energy was responsible for assembling physical matter from the ether. He concluded that even protons, neutrons and electrons were assembled from the ether and subsequently disassembled back into the ether by way of scalar energy. Hieronymus explained this subtle process by stating:
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Hieronymus acknowledged that both electromagnetic energy as well as scalar energy existed and that these two (2) distinct energies possessed different properties and different characteristics; furthermore, he went on to demonstrate that electromagnetic energy can be converted into scalar energy and vice versa.
To underscore that point, many of the scalar energy instruments that Hieronymus invented utilized electricity as a power source that subsequently converted electrical current into scalar energy. Another fascinating property of scalar energy that Hieronymus discovered was that the angle of scalar energy refraction is in relation to the atomic mass of an element.
That is, the greater the atomic mass of an element, the greater the angle of refraction. Hieronymus described this phenomenon of scalar energy by stating:
"Radiation (scalar energy refractions) from hydrogen passes through the prism at the sharpest angle or at the lowest degree measured from the face of the prism. Radiations (scalar energy refractions) from other elements and their isotopes pass through the prism at greater angles but in the same order as their atomic weights - the heavier the element or its isotope, the wider the angle."
Hieronymus went on to analyze ore samples by way of scalar energy with a high degree of accuracy in order to ascertain the elements contained therein.
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Hieronymus also observed that each organ or tissue in the human body possessed a unique scalar energy harmonic and that the level of vitality of an organ or tissue could likewise be ascertained by way of scalar energy analysis. Furthermore, when an organ or tissue was diseased, that disease condition also possessed a unique, scalar energy harmonic that could be diagnosed by Hieronymus' scalar energy instruments.
Hieronymus was able to utilize a photograph of a person as well as their blood, urine or hair sample in order to diagnose a disease condition without that person being physically present.
In many instances, Hieronymus was also able to utilize a photograph of a person or their biological sample in order to broadcast the reverse-phase angle scalar energy harmonic of the disease condition back into a person, thereby negating the condition. Thus, Hieronymus' scalar energy instruments were utilized in order to diagnose and to subsequently palliate or cure disease.
Throughout his lifetime Hieronymus conducted an extensive number of scalar energy experiments that served to demonstrate the profound nature of this primal force that emanated from the Sun of our solar system as well as the stars of the universe. These experiments and their subsequent discoveries were made possible by the scalar energy instruments that he invented and perfected over the course of a lifetime of engineering excellence. Some of Hieronymus' experiments are listed below.
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The accomplishments of Thomas Galen Hieronymus are astounding and have served as an impetus to advance scalar energy research and development.
Hieronymus was one of the geniuses appointed by God to introduce the Divine Light, scalar energy to mankind.
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Dear Tom, My father and Hieronymus were peers and pioneers in radio, radar development etc. In the late 60s I located a small book written by Hieronymus. It was way before the time when I could understand energy but I have never forgot ten that book. In the book there was a way that he could place a large picture of a cottonfield and with his scalar energy he eradicated all the boll weevils. When I read his book, I felt it was fantastic but used in the wrong hands this could be lifethreatening. Now I believe the time has come when we can be good stewards of this energy and it should be used for all, not exclusive.Best regards Tom, Maureen O'Connell
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