Remote Viewing Photography


Temporal Novice
Remote Viewing Photography

An original paradigm in radionic photography… my development of these methods are geared towards ancient sites and archaeological applications. A radionic camera is a device which is able to take color or black & white photos by similar light emulsion exposure means as a normal camera. The difference is there is no scene or object which the camera is aimed at in order to photograph it. With a radionic camera, the "lens" is aimed at a plate, usually magnetic in nature. Structured as a radionic device, the location or object in desire is "tuned" into the device via a witness sample and "projected" onto the plate (or in between two plates) as an electromagnetic field. The film emulsion is exposed to this field to produce the image. The vibratory nature of radionics allows the remote broadcasting/receiving of the intended location. This means that with a radionic camera one can photograph a location in India, yet the camera apparatus is located in London. Therefore, we are dealing with a remote viewing technology of sorts.

The radionic device is a mind/sub-space system. One can use the machine to tune to any location on or off the planet, and in any time period. Tuning is achieved with various plugins to the device, depending upon the desired photographic needed. This can be considered a "sub-space camera" or "remote viewing camera". Many people are already familiar with the concept of remote viewing. The difference with my system is that now one can take physical photographs of the person, place, event in any time slice.

Radionic photography is not a new science, but has been around for over a century. The Drown and De La Warr radionic cameras of the early 1900's were used mostly for medical purposes (diagnosis and treatment). Dr. Ruth Drown of California should rightfully be considered one of the pioneers in the field of medical radionic photography. Her unique RadioVision device was highly accurate and produced remarkable photographs. In her patent documents for this device (British Patent Office - Patent # 515,866 - July 1, 1938), section 1 of her declaration states: "Method of obtaining photographic records of portions of the human bodies or other objects consisting in forming a magnetic field across a sensitized plate or film by means of an electrical circuit and producing changes in the electromotive force in the circuit by means of a light-sensitive cell or photo-electric cell exposed to the influence of the radiant energy of the object to be photographed." Her complete patent is available and is published by Borderland Sciences.

It should be made clear here that radionic photography, especially for medical purposes, is NOT Kirlian photography. Kirlian photography (also known as 'aura photography') is a process that uses pulsed high voltage frequencies & electron cascades to take pictures of usually invisible, radiating energy fields that surround an object. These images are similar to seeing something glowing in the dark. Radionic photography produces images of the actual object itself by using the object's energy as a witness sample (the object does not need to be present). Radionic devices are sub-space, some say interdimensional, technologies. A photo of any internal part of the human body (i.e. for medical usage) can be achieved by means of a witness sample of that body. For example, a single small drop of blood from the person can produce a photograph of their arm fracture, even if the patient is hundreds of miles away. It is simply achieved with various tuning techniques/methods which the radionic camera offers. The Kirlian camera photographs only the energy field around a body or object, and requires the object to be present in front of the camera. Kirlian photos can be described as being dark in general color, showing the dim object with a glowing colorful 'electricity-like' field around it. A radionic photo is just like taking a normal camera and going somewhere and taking pictures. It is not 'aura' or energy photography. Many people get Kirlian and radionic photography confused, in the same way that some people do not know the difference between astronomy and astrology.

Radionic photography works in a 'multidimensional' manner. A drop of blood (in the case of medical radionic photography) acts like a holographic slice of the entire human body from where that drop came from. You can access the entire picture from the single drop, in the same way the complete holographic image can be projected via laser from a small slice of the original holographic plate. However, radionics as a technology can do so much more as we are dealing with a sub-space psychotronic technology. For example, with appropriate tuning by the radionic camera machinery, a drop of blood from an adult male can produce a photograph of their internal organs at a time period of when that person was 5 years old! Thus a time travelling camera, of sorts.

Radionic Photography and Archaeological Applications

My research into this kind of photography has pushed me into a previously unknown usage for this technology; an area of research with remarkable potentials. It allows one to take real photographs of an ancient site at any time period the photographer wishes to capture on film. Any person, place or event can be photographed from any time period. This offers interesting and perhaps mind-boggling potentials in the area of archaeology. However, radionic photography itself will never be an accepted component of mainstream sciences. And a 'remote viewing camera' might even be too strange for alternative researchers to appreciate.

Here are a few examples of the usage of this unique technology.

Example 1: A series of color or black & white photos can be taken of the chamber under the Church of the Anointed in Assyut, Egypt; a location in Egypt where the Holy Family hid for one month (or for those fascinated only with Giza, the King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid can be used as an example). Radionic tuning allows specific goal protocols to be introduced. So any time period of the chamber can be photographed. Therefore, the radionic camera can produce a photograph of what the chamber looked like 10 years after its original construction. Or perhaps a photo of the chamber during its construction. Even if the known original construction date varies by a few hundred years or more, this does not matter. Radionics is accessing the larger sub-space field and the equipment can tune into a chosen time based on an event which occurred (completion of chamber) and not by a numbered date (numbers which vary according to the calendar system used). For example, you can obtain a photograph of a banana at the time period it was removed from the tree. You do not need to know the actual date and time it was removed, but the event itself of removal can be accessed via the sub-space. Once developed, the photograph you are looking at will look exactly like any ordinary photograph of the chamber. Except in this difference, what you are seeing in the photo is that chamber in the actual period in time you have programmed into the camera system.

Example 2: The radionic camera can be used to photograph hidden and undiscovered chambers. For this to occur, you need to dowse first to find the location of this chamber. This is where various plugins to the camera system come into play. You just cannot photograph a hidden chamber based only on the belief that one is there. Obviously there needs to be one there. Proper radionic testing needs to establish the location first, then you can work on getting it photographed. Using radionics to find hidden chambers branches of into a whole other area of radionic research. Effective location searches involve the of various radionic applications and custom devices. The old Islamic geomancy devices (see photo at site) are wonderful tools for finding hidden locations (if you can get your hands on one of these devices).

Example 3: Really just another variation (a different location) from example one. The Sphinx can be photographed in its original time period, or any date before or after. Naturally, before the construction of the Sphinx, a photograph would offer what the area looked like prior to carving from the bedrock. Post construction images can be produced, showing the Sphinx at any time period tuned by the radionic camera. The camera is day-specific…. meaning you can tune literally to a certain day in any year in the past. What is going on at that day will be present in the photo (i.e. people, the weather, Napoleon eating a sandwich, etc).

Example 4: A DNA sample from a mummy can be a suitable witness sample for a radionic camera. With specific tuning, a photograph can be taken of that person during a period when they were still alive. Even a single hair from an ancient queen is suitable enough to enable photos of her at any time period in her life. Applying the methods developed by Dr. Ruth Drown and her RadioVision camera…. one can take photographs of the living organs or internal structure of that person; their living system during any time period of their life. Thus if King Tutankhamun had a broken foot, a radionic camera could produce a photograph of that bone at the actual time of fracture (like an X-ray photo). Or the camera can 'back up' out of the body and photograph the situation which caused that foot to be broken.

Radionic photography can be applied towards any ancient site around the planet and is quite useful for non-archaeological applications. I find the technology very interesting for finding and photographing underground caves and cavities, such as what can be found in the Western Deserts of Egypt. Because radionics is a symbolic component technology, we do not need actual witness samples of the location or object we are trying to photography. The hieroglyphic name of Khufu would be suffice to produce a photo of this person. Date and time tuning is accomplished by means of an astronomy software plugin, whereby the stellar alignments for a particular date in the past act as a witness sample for that day; the positioning of the stars and planets on that particular day. Electricity is not needed to power the radionic camera system I have developed. However, when getting into the area of radionic audio recording (perhaps recording the voice of an ancient Sumerian King), then an electrical charge must be introduced into the field where the recorder is present. Electricity should not be derived from common power sources such as batteries or a wall socket, but rather from a Leyden's Jar effect system added into the radionic circuit. Electricity extracted from the atmosphere is much more harmonic to such hyperdimensional type of photography. It also becomes apparent that one might want to view a location or object first from that time period (see what and where you want to photograph first). The reason for this usually stems from the costs of photo development. Pre-photographic viewing should best be accomplished with radionic remote viewing methods. Radionic remote viewing is a much different process than commonly known remote viewing (i.e. technical or scientific remote viewing). With the radionic remote viewing (RRV), you are using a radio device to assist in the process of sub-space viewing.

One should be able to develop their own film in a darkroom in order to best use this technology. Computerized film developing systems, such as found at high-tech photo developing labs, can harm the quality of the final radionic produced image. Simple chemical baths and basic darkroom development is more gentle on the photo negative. Radionic photography can be a costly research venture, especially if one chooses to build their own camera (allowing for a more customized system). Considering testing of the machines and development of film, a good research budget is needed. Radionics is a 'user friendly' technology. This means that anybody can build their own systems in their own style/approach. However, 'store bought' radionic devices can be used in conjunction with the radionic camera. I prefer custom manufacturing a self contained system, such as similar to the one Dr. Drown developed for medical photography (camera and radionic unit all in one unit). But a good radionic tuner/broadcaster such as the MK2 Analytical Computer from Bruce Copen Laboratories (see photo at site) can be suitably connected and used with a radionic camera.

Amargi Hillier
There are some on the link provided, but what I would like to know, is if the person ,AKA (earthgrid) has ever used any of this equipment, or has any personal remote images to share with us?