Insect Control through Radionics


Radionics as defined by The Oxford Dictionary is “the study and interpretation of radiation believed to be emitted from substances.” Initially it was developed by Dr. Albert Abrams at the turn of the twentieth century and later in England by George and Marjorie De La Warr. Since then much research has been conducted into the working of these “unexplained” infinitesimal moving particles of radiation emanating from all things.

Radionic treatments were tested in several cornfields in the U.S. in 1952 and produced a 92% success rate in controlling the Japanese beetle and 58% success with corn borers. So much attention was drawn to these results that insecticide representatives along with the U.S. Department of Agriculture discredited this early research as fraudulent. Nevertheless, T. Galen Hieronymus, Dr. Ruth Drown, Frances Farrelly, William Tiller, and many others have continued to work with energy patterns which produce consistently successful results only with an essential added human element—thoughtful love. While much is left to explain working with energy radiations, the answers most assuredly lie within the realm of the Divine Mind.

I met Fran Farrelly in 1989 in Atlanta. She was a dear friend of late husband Christopher Bird and our friend and mentor, Arthur Middleton Young.