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The Work of Dr Ruth Drown

The Work of Dr Ruth Drown

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 An Outline on a Thumbnail by Trevor James ConstableJournal of Borderland Research, 1961
 The key to understanding the work and instruments of Dr Ruth Drown lies in a firm grasp of the twofundamental energy manifestations connected with the human body. These are, first, the electrostatic energyof the physical-mineral tissues, and second, the vital energy which passes into and through those tissuesenabling them to hold their form. Electrostatic energy remains with the physical body after death. It is thedeparture of vital energy from the physical body that constitutes death.A century ago, doctors engaged with greater freedom in discussion writing concerning life force and/or vitalenergy than they do today. The rise of the materialistic era to its ultimate development resulted in the study of the physical body of man being deemed all-sufficient.The most elementary manner in which we bring the effect of vital energy to the experience of the reader is bydrawing the following simple comparison. Place a human corpse in a grave; such a corpse has no other innate property than inertia. When, however, we seek to bury a man alive, i.e., a corpse with its vital energystill passing th rough it, then we encounter the definite application of force, through the energetic resistance toburial that the living man will set up.Using pinacyanole bromide screens or goggles and a method developed by the writer (see The CosmicPulses of Life), it may be seen by anyone that there is a definite emanation from any substance viewed bythis method. Any physical object, made of any substance will be seen to be surrounded by a pale, fine,luminous radiance that is distinctly fluidic in appearance and behaviour. The method of bringing such thingsunder observation cannot be fully explained within these space limitations; yet it must be stressed that themeans of observing this strange, ghostly emanation is physical and repeatable and requires not the slightestmetaphysical knowledge.Just as there is a difference between the corpse and the living human, so is there a difference observable bythese means between living things and mineral substances. Everything living has an etheric double, aduplicate of itself extending approximately 1/32 of an inch from the physical structure, and being pale grey inappearance. The "double" is not normally perceived by the unaided eye. Nor are bacteria. Bacteria have beenbrought into scientific ken by the microscope's ability to remove man's optical limitations. Pinacyanolebromide, like the microscope, also removes an optical limitation.Top of FormTop of FormTHE ETHERIC DOUBLE IS REALNo credence whatever can be given to any statement from any scientists, physician or physicist who says hedoes not believe there is an etheric double. Such beliefs are simply out of date, and cannot in the scientificorder of things be accorded equal standing with what may be observed, repeatably and at will, through theproper method.In the past it has been argued endlessly as to whether or not living substances, or physical-mineralsubstances give off an emanation. Since the fact that they do is vital to a grasp of Drown therapy and how itworks, the point has been dwelt upon in detail. Everything has an emanation, and the etheric double is ascientific fact.The origin of the emanations is the next point to deal with, since this too impinges directly upon anunderstanding of the Drown instruments. There can be no doubt that these emanations derive from themolecular activity going on continuously in everything having physical form. The molecule is the unit of massform. The different arrangements of molecules produce different substances. The molecular arrangement thatproduces steel is different to that producing lead, and the molecular arrangement producing lung tissue isdifferent to that producing liver tissue.
Any physicist will tell you that the molecules are whirling particles of electricity. These whirlings never cease.It is this activity of these particles that produces the radiance we can see all around all substances in themanner described above. Except in terms of the amount of radiance observed, the eye does not perceive anyessential difference between emanations. Yet, since they are in each case the result of a specific type of activity individual to each substance, these emanations must be characteristic in some way of their source.It is these very emanations that are drawn into the Drown Instrument when any substance is being examined.In diagnosis and in "setting a rate" it is therefore the electrostatic energy that is involved. This operation of setting a rate concerns itself with expressing the emanations drawn into the instrument as a number.A TUBELESS RECEIVERThe Drown Instrument is analogous to any other instrument used for the reception and detection of abroadcast. It must have an antenna. In fact, the whole Drown Instrument is nothing but a tunable antenna, sosimple in layout that electronics experts have been deceived into thinking that it is nothing but a straight wire,electrically speaking.The Drown Instrument consists of nine dials, each of which is made up of ten small brass studs. Each dialtherefore has ten positions that may be selected by the operator, just like any other radio dial.Just as when you turn your TV set from channel to channel you alter the electrical characteristics of the set tofit the station you wish to receive so are the dials of the Drown instrument moved for tuning. Whereas in TVwe deal with the known electromagnetic spectrum, with the Drown Instrument we are dealing with the verysubtle, fluidic emanations from the molecules described earlier.Since these "molecular broadcasts" are of a totally different order to the recognized and accepted spectrum,we must expect that the means by which these broadcasts are tuned and handled will be different. Throughthe years, more than one blundering fool with too much formal education in electronics and too little grasp of the laws of life, has said that it is impossible for Dr. Drown's instruments to do anything she claims. Onlyrecently, the writer, who has held a professional radio operator's license for fifteen years, was discussingthese instruments with an electronic expert. The expert delivered himself of his weighty opinions. Then hewas shown the emanations from a pencil, his checkbook and his own hands. Asked about these radiationsand how to tune them the man simply folded up like an undertaker's chair. It is very easy in this world to bedown on things before you are up on them.The arrangement of nine dials with then studs each permits combinations of these tiny impedances going intobillions. The sensitivity of the instrument is absolutely remarkable, when we consider that with it we may pickup from the human body, with its jumble of molecular broadcasts, those of each individual organ and gland.To establish a "rate" for a substance, i.e., to express it as a number, in terms of dial readings, that substanceis placed on the foot plates of the instrument. The footplates are actually the end of the antenna. The operator then begins to stroke the detecting pad which is connected between the instrument and ground. The dials,beginning with the first of "disease" dial (impingement of function produces the base rate of vibration or disease vibration) are slowly rotated as the detector pad moves these minute molecular broadcasts throughthe instrument when the arrangement of the dials is such that resonance exits between the instrument andthe sample being examined. This subtle energy flow manifests as a stickiness of the pad. With an expertoperator such as Dr Drown, the fingers adhere strongly to the rubber pad, and a distinct and quite loudsnapping sound is produced. The detection is therefore both tactile and audible, and very positive with theproperly trained operator.One at a time the various vibratory components from the sample are extracted. The dials are arranged likethe octaves on a piano. When, say, 8 has been recorded on one dial, the operator then begins from zero onthe next, and so on until no more vibratory components come in from the sample. For the physicist or student,it may be stated that this process of setting a rate is equivalent to a practical application of Fourier's Theorem.The periodic partial vibrations are extracted one at a time. Their sum, expressed as a number, is the total
vibration.NO MEDIUMSHIP INVOLVEDNo pains must be spared at this point to lay down with force and clarity that these reactions are gainedwithout the psychic participation of the operator, efforts to use extrasensory perception, or the conscious effortto generate specific thought forms. This type of activity leads into a separate and bewildering realm that thephysician especially at all costs must avoid if he is to get accurate diagnosis. Let there be no doubt in themind of anyone that these instruments which are sensitive enough to pick up the molecular emanations of physical substances, will react to the operator's thought forms, or to those of others. The operator must sethimself aside from the instrument. Having diagnosis dependent upon the doctor's state of mind, or ESP, or psychic powers, is at this stage of human evolution a cumbrous and unwelcome humbug. The Drown system,and physicians trained in its use, aim at avoiding this.Pathological and histological specimens, mineral samples, photographs or any other articles may be placedon the input of the instrument and "rates" established. Systematic work, over the period of almost forty yearswith which Dr Drown has been involved in this work, including thirty years with her own instruments, has ledto the recording of sufficient rates to permit the detection of virtually every major disease and most minor ones. These are all classified in an Atlas, to which new rates are constantly being added.TECHNIQUEAs far as pathological specimens are concerned, it is obvious that when tissue is diseased, it changes.Consequently, the molecular broadcast changes. If the correct broadcast is missing, the patient's symptomsand case history send the doctor looking for other likely broadcasts. Through the years and years f work thatshe has put in with the instruments, Dr Drown has become a diagnostician of formidable proficiency; she isaccurate and phenomenally fast.As far as any tests of these methods are concerned, it is to be expected that in more than thirty years inpractice, Dr Drown's diagnosis would have been verified many times against the slower, orthodox method.This has been the case. There have been very minor differences between her results and those obtained bythe longer processes of the hospital laboratory. By numerical methods she has painstakingly worked out, Dr Drown is able to make a blood chemistry, urinalysis and blood count while the patient sits there with his feeton the plates. All these analyses and checks are made in the body, not with the fluids removed from the body.Hence the minor differences between Dr Drown's results and those of the regular laboratory.The checking of all organic functions is also carried out in this method of diagnosis. The writer knew, for example, as the result of a regular examination, that his eyesight was 20/20. During the diagnosis Dr Drownasked the writer if he knew what his eyesight was. He replied in the affirmative without giving the figures. Amoment later her assistant held up the diagnostic sheet, on which the version had been recorded by theInstrument as 20/20. This is but one of the flabbergasting proofs the writer has had concerning the accuracyand efficacy of Drown diagnosis.The cornerstone of the diagnosis is the case history. This is made as complete as possible. Then the patientsits with his feet on the plates, a few feet to Dr Drown's right. Her assistant sits on her left with the diagnosticchart. Dr Drown can in this position read the dials, talk to the patient, or her assistant, as she chooses. Thisshe does, all the while getting reactions from the instrument. In connection with the comments concerningpsychic participation made earlier to see Dr Drown at work is to develop the conviction that it is the instrumentthat is telling the story, as read directly from the patient. There is no "holding a thought", merely the confidentmovements of a lady who knows what she is doing.THE DIAGNOSISOn the diagnosis chart are more than a hundred separate entries. As Dr Drown tunes the instrument throughall the various parts of the body, the process is something like a frequency check run by the FCC, to ensurethat a radio station is broadcasting on its assigned wavelength. The broadcast rates of all the organs andglands are known, function can be measured, diseased conditions detected and verified. After about fortyminutes, a complete blueprint of the patient's body has been made.

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