top of page

Agrionics

Agrionics is the energetically driven method of farming that harnesses radionics to drive yield, decrease impact from pests, enhance agricultural inputs, and increase the overall health of the soil, livestock, and land.

Radionics utilises a radionic instrument, an electronically based device that can ‘tune’ into vibrations and frequency patterns that can remotely change subtle energies and imprint energy, vibrations, and frequencies into animals, crops, and places.

 

In the 20th century, Western science made significant strides in understanding the fundamental nature of our world. It began to observe and comprehend that everything, from the smallest particle to the grandest galaxy, is made of and from energy and vibrates at different frequencies. This scientific basis underpins the efficacy of radionics. 

 

In the past few years, radionics has become more widely spoken about, and its effects are becoming more widely recognised and utilised in many disciplines. 

From farmers to alternative practitioners, businesses and individuals can benefit from radionics and its application.

 

I have personally used radionics to deter pests that are damaging crops on farms or to treat a disease that has infected crops. 

 

Radionics can be the gateway through which you use less harmful chemicals that can adversely affect you, your family, your farm and your surroundings. 

 

Rather than targeting an issue with physical things such as fertilisers, radionics can be harnessed to lift general vitality, reduce fertiliser costs, increase stock and yield and target specific problems by tuning into and changing subtle energies.

 

You can learn to use radionics to improve your life and environment. With the right tools, application, and understanding of the basic practice of radionic usage, you can see positive and encouraging results.

Want to learn to do Radionics yourself or want to equip yourself with Radionic Analysers and Accessories?

ce878f_a930e3c2b5a148598d2b69c254d30563~mv2.jpg.webp
20211111_081230_resized.jpg
bottom of page