Geometry was developed by Malcolm Rae, one of a group of pioneering Doctors, Homoeopaths
and Radionic researchers working in Britain from the 1940s through to the 1980s. This
group included Dr. George Laurence, founder of the Psionic Medical Association; George de
la Warr; Dr Aubrey Westlake; Dr Guyon Richards; John Da Monte; David Tansley, and other
Rae himself had a
distinguished career in the Royal Navy, where he rose to the rank of Commander during
World War II. While in the Navy he was introduced to the ideas of Radionics by a Captain
Atkinson. Although he rejected Radionics at the time, he later became interested in it
during the 1950s and carried on to develop remarkable new techniques and instruments. Some
of this work is described in detail in the book DIMENSIONS OF RADIONICS by
Tansley, Rae and Westlake (ISBN 0-914732-29-3).
At first Rae worked with 'conventional'
Radionic instruments, derived from the work of Abrams and Drown. These instruments coded
the vibrational quality of a selected substance in terms of a chain of numbers - Diamond,
for example, is 442337. By dowsing round a circle Rae discovered that distinct pendulum
reactions are obtained at certain angular relations to the earth's magnetic field. These
are marked within the circle (see below) as radial lines. The resolution of each line is
to one degree of arc. The result is a system of cards, two of which are illustrated below.
There are currently more than 25,000 cards in the MGA system.
These cards are used in various
instruments. The ANALYSER is used to build up a picture of the human energy field and any
disturbances in it. The basic method is Location (e.g. Respiratory system) - Factor (e.g.
Infection) - and Correction (e.g. Homeopathic remedy).
The SIMULATOR may be used to either
prepare oral remedies or to give Radionic distant treatment using the appropriate cards.
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Malcolm Rae (1913 - 1979)
Tansley (c. 1934 - 1988)
Monte (1916 - 1975)