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Why do tunings look different? Do different systems serve different purposes?

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An Explanation of

IDF TUNING SYSTEMS
In the early days of radionic research instruments evolved differently. Before the computer, tunings had to be set on dials. These dials used a range of numerical settings, usually from 0 to 10. For a single tuning there was a bank of dials. The bank setup and dials determine the style or format the tunings will be. In the US almost all the currently used dial set instrument evolve from the early instrument developed in the 50s called the “Pathoclast”. T Galen Hieronymus developed with John W. Campbell. The 1940s through 1950s were interesting controversial years for radionics in this country. The two bank, two dial instrument became the standard for most of the research done in the United States. The tuning format was designated by the setting on the first dial separated with a “-” and the second, or right hand, dial setting. Thus an example of a US tuning would be 53-46. With the two dial setting researchers went further and developed a technique where the left dial setting was designated as the “condition” tuning and the right dial setting was the “location”. This way a researcher could set a known condition, like acidity, and then scan for specific locations it might exist. In Europe instruments followed the Ruth Drown RadioVision style. These instruments had many dial in a single bank. Usually the first dial was calibrated 0-100 in increments of 10. Tunings that included a setting for this dial were usually linked to a “condition”. i.e. 90.672. the dials following the first were calibrated for setting 0-10. There were up to 12 dials in a single bank so a tuning could be

quite long, i.e. 0.89145672. The tunings without a first dial setting were called “recognition” rates or tunings. This system has a number of techniques that allow effective evaluation and support of the subtle fields. Each system has pros and cons. Each is unique in its use. Luckily with the advent of computer driven instruments researchers today can use any formatting. I have grown to appreciate the value of each of these systems and use them as appropriate with all my projects. In closing I want to remind the reader that a tuning, when set on a radionic instrument, creates a link to specific information in the subtle field of the subject you are working with. Subtle field data is responsible for maintaining (manifesting) the physical form. The link a specific tuning makes is with a select part of this subtle field and allows a researcher to both evaluate and balance that data. For example: I have cut salad (leaves) from my lettuce and now I want to balance the plant (and support the growth of more leaves). I will set 0.2123 on my instrument. When I do this I am linking to the IDF (the part of the subtle field) that manifests/maintains the physical form, the leaf, and I can restore it’s pattern by balancing it with this frequency. If I am successful in restoring the integrity of the field then the plant grows leaves, quite quickly in fact. It is easy to see for yourself. Remember: What happens on a physical level is a response to the subtle balancing. tle Far m The Lit site is now h web Researc we will be nd his active a he store later t t opening com month. far mresearch. tle www.lit

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How often should I balance my plants? Can I over-balance? Is that harmful?

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An Explanation of

BALANCING TECHNIQUES
Questions are one of the very best ways to learn (and teach). They are often questions than many other people have had before. When a question is asked usually they are listening, I have their attention and this too is important for learning to take place. Questions are also pertinent. They are “in your face” and so an answer is going to be helpful. I realize that my answers are coming out of my experience (and you should too). There are many opinions in this subtle energy field and that is good. FREQUENCY OF BROADCASTS Question #1. Can we broadcast the various agricultural tunings for the plants and the soil every day? or as frequently as possible? LL answers: Yes you can broad cast a single (or series of) tuning(s) everyday and at first that might be necessary but after this initial period I think it is best to ask (dowse) if running the tuning is "appropriate". Appropriate means different things to different people. To me I am asking not only is it necessary but is it in the best interests of the life form and the Creator. Most people either broadcast too much at first, in my opinion. They do not have the patience to wait for a response from the plant or soil. They try to force the response by running the tuning more. OVER BALANCING, OVERSTIMULATION Is there any thing called over dose of broadcasting energy?

L.L.answers: Most certainly, I feel there is such a condition and the harm is mostly that the plant either shuts down or becomes dependent. We have two settings we can use in long radionic programs. They are in the Subtle Balance Program and in the Agriculture Program. The tunings are 158 5455 and 158 5182 They are to help to clear overstimulation of any of the tunings in the program. Is the over dose (if there is some thing like this) harmful for the plants and soil?     Or is it helpful?  Or it does not matter at all? L.L.answers: It does matter, in my opinion, especially if it creates a dependancy. Most of us fail to recognize a dependency because we want to be needed, we want the radionic broadcasts to be needed, to justify the equipment. So in our efforts to meet these needs we over do it and wonder why 1) it “doesn’t work” or 2) we seem to be babysitting our crops, spending hours “balancing”. At Little Farm I have found that if I do a good job in the beginning of the season, monitoring and balancing soil, balancing the seed and setting up germination support and then weekly monitoring, I then have less and less balancing as the growing season progresses. I like my plants and soil to “stretch”. It builds strength and integrity of form when I do that. My goal is to develop nutrient density and high quality nutrition in my produce and this is the way I do it.
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What are gmos? Do we have a way to measure their presence in the subtle fields?

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An Explanation of

ALTERED/MODIFIED FOOD
I have found that the food most people eat (that is available to buy in markets) measures low in energetic balance and vitality and often carries negative energy. T think that is the real problem. But as long as we think we can fix it up by balancing out the negatives we will not have the motivation to get to correcting the real problem. Radionics does a good job of clearing negative energies in food. I have done that for years. I do think knowing how to find the food that one needs specifically for better health is great too. Checking the energetic compatibility of specific foods has great value. The consumer has great power (and we/they can change our world with that power). But we must be able to make educated choices about our diet, etc. we must know for ourselves that all "food" is not the same. And when we know, we will care more. Have you done some experimenting around GMOs. Have you been able to correct the food with the SE-5? The technology of genetically altering various food crops were created to possess certain desirable traits, such as resistance to pests, herbicides, or harsh environmental conditions, improved product shelf life, and to increased nutritional value. Since the first commercial cultivation of genetically modified plants in 1996, these new crops have been modified to be tolerant to specific herbicides. There have been questions as to their affects on human and animal health. In Europe the acceptance of these new crops has been limited but here in the US they have been been permitted freely and now we are seeing widespread contamination in many food crops. Studies are now

coming forth that show serious effects of GM foods on health and wellbeing. Many of the companies in the US have invested in this new technology and so there is a fierce battle going on concerning the labeling of genetically modified ingredients. This I do know for myself, the GM foods are not compatible with my subtle fields energetically. They create distortion in many of my critical IDF systems. Particularly affected for me, are my digestive system, immune system, neurological sand lymphatic systems. So for me there was a problem. The last year I have worked with tunings to identify genetically altered material, both “active” and inactive. I have realized it is more of a contamination problem with most of the foods we eat. Studies are showing contamination in oils and certain grain and corn crops are well over 80%. This next year will be interesting for us because we, the consumer, will need to take a stand. In answer to your question about the SE-5 energetically cleaning up the altered plant material, yes, I do feel you can neutralize the "activity" of the altering material with a tuning, but the debris from the genetic engineering, which is man made, is difficult to detox and can re activate in abnormal ways. Better to know how contaminated the food is and to decide for yourself if you want to do the detox. There are many choices but our world is changed and we must be aware of that and make necessary changes too. Remember: What happens on a physical level is only a response to the subtle balancing.
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Questions and Answers
FROST-PROOF YOUR ORCHARD

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How do perennials stay alive in areas of the world where winter temperatures are far below freezing? How do perennial plants store water?

The simple answer is hydrogen bonds. Hydrogen and hydroxyl ions are what give us the pH index, which in turn governs the availability of minerals and the activity of microbes in our soil. Now we are learning that hydrogen bonds are also responsible for frost proofing our perennial crops. In the northwest we get these arctic air freezes that do a lot of damage to orchards and vineyards. I worked with just such a situation with an old Orange/Avocado grove in Ojai, CA. That fall I had balanced the orchard and worked with it radionically to see that it was well hydrated. It was not so much that it was watered but that the trees had absorbed the available moisture. An excellent rate to monitor this is 40.35 (moisture). I had researched ways to frost proof plants and perennial plantings and was a watching for input on the “physiology of freezing” when I came across an article on bound water and hydrogen. It all started making sense. As a result I have developed rates that support hydrogen bonding, 11.25-10.25 (Delawarr Condition rate or tuning, 40.314) and the formation of bound water, 12-22.4 (DW recognition 0.47527) in perennial plants. Perennial plants contain cellulose. Cellulose is made up mostly of glucose units bonded in ways that cause the units to twist as a rope does. Water plays an important role here, but the details go far beyond what we want to discuss here. Suffice it to say, the removal of a water molecule between two glucose units results in the cellulose pattern. The twisting takes place because the glucose units must be in a very precise position to enable the water molecule's removal. The important point here is that water plays a major role in the formation of cellulose.

The free water becomes available then to the perennial plant. When water is bonded to the cellulose, the water is called bound water. Because it is bonded to the cellulose, it does not freeze as liquid water does. Remember, the bonding power of the hydrogen bond is very weak. It takes little to pull it apart. The bound water not only prevents freezing and acts to prevent pathogens from invading; the bound water also is a unique way for perennial plants to store water for overwintering. Perennial plants store water as bound water and energy in starch and oils. When the flush for new growth starts, some of the stored starch in living parenchyma cells in wood and behind buds is converted back to glucose. Water plays a role here also, because to go from insoluble starch to glucose, a molecule of water must be chemically inserted back into each starch unit. As this process goes on, the glucose dissolves back into the free water. The glucose in the free water brings on a pull force that easily dislodges more stored bound water.  In fact, this process triggers the entire process of liquid transport in perennial plants, vines and trees. It starts the pumps. from “Tips and Techniques for Farmers”
by Lutie Larsen, LFR 2008, Chapter 12 p. 179

And we have all seen spring arrive almost overnight as blossoms and leaves burst forth. Here are some other tunings you might use for monitoring and frost proofing your orchards and vineyards. The great thing about radionic support is that ideally you are supporting a natural process and not forcing anything. So you are not apt to make mistakes or set in motion a harmful process. Freezing ! ! 25.75-12.5 Frost damage! 5-36.25 Fruit! ! ! DW 0.0216! US 42.25-44.5 Blossom! ! DW 0.6582 Cambium tissues ! DW 0.64.10.7, US 3.5-31.25 Meristem, fruiting! ! 74.3-23.3 Meristem, vegetative ! 80-42.25