Radio Vision - Scientific Milestone
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Radio Vision – Scientific Milestone


© Dr. Ruth B. Drown, 1960


These pictures were taken in total darkness with no visible light on the lense.


The Drown Radio-Vision instrument was invented in 1935 by Dr. Ruth B. Drown of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Radio-Vision is the only known method by which pathological and histological cross sectional photographs of the soft tissue and hard tissue of the human body may be obtained. Radio-Vision photographs are made regardless of the geographical separation between the Instrument and the patient.

The Radio-Vision instrument provides access to areas and organs of the human body inaccessible for examination other than by surgery. Radio-Vision photographs enable the trained physician to make careful studies of the pathological conditions prevailing in the organs, glands and tissues of the human body. The photographs are made from the blood crystal of the patient, held in a chip of blotting paper. The energy pattern of the human body passes through this blood crystal as long as the patient lives. This energy is used to make the photographs.

The theory on which Radio-Vision is based is extremely simple. It may be considered so simple that it has been overlooked and ignored in the pursuit of more ramified techniques, none of which has yet yielded the vivid results provided by Radio-Vision.

Ruth Drown & Radio Vision photograph

Dr. Ruth Drown studying a Radio-Vision photograph taken in New York of a patient in Wisconsin, using his blood crystallized as a tuner, diagnosis: abscessed tooth.

Fundamentally, the theory is based on the fact that everything having form in the physical world is made up of molecules. The molecular arrangement establishes the outer form of the substance. Because the molecular arrangements producing liver tissue for example, are different to the molecular arrangements producing lung tissue, liver tissue and lung tissue differ from each other in their outer form.

The molecules consist of whirling particles of electricity. This motion produces a definite emanation from all physical substances, which may be brought under direct observation through the specialized use of pinacyanole bromide filters and screens.

Differing molecular arrangements producing differing forms, must also produce differing characteristic emanations in each case. In general terms, they produce differing frequencies or vibrations.

These emanations may be detected and numerically classified on the Drown Diagnostic Instrument, also invented by Dr. Ruth Drown. The Drown Diagnostic instrument is a very simple impedance rheostat, consisting of nine dials, each of which can select ten tuning stubs by its rotation. Each dial is numbered from 1 to 10, each dial position making contact with a stub. The possible combinations permitted by this arrangement exceed two billion.

Systematic use of the Drown Diagnostic Instrument through the past thirty years has established that healthy human tissues and organs have definite “Rates” of vibration, or molecularbroadcast frequencies, which the diagnostic instrument can detect. The entire human body has been assigned “rates” as they are termed, for all organs, glands and tissues.

Diseases have also been found to have characteristic rates. Pathological tissue, for example, no longer has its original form. The changes in form produce changes in the emanations of the molecules. All the major diseases and many minor ones have been systematically assigned their rates and these have been found to be the same throughout the entire human family,

These processes amount to the expression of healthy tissues or organs as numbers and diseases as numbers. This has permitted the development of a very exact and remarkable system of diagnosis. In the hands of a competent and knowledgeable physician, trained in its use, the Drown Diagnostic instrument offers the possibility of unerring diagnosis. The findings of the Instrument verify that the foundations of the Universe are mathematical.

In the course of the development of this system of diagnosis and therapy, it has been established firmly that a blood crystal from a human being, held in a piece of blotting paper, carries the complete energy pattern of the owner’s body. The blood crystal is perpetually resonant to the owner, no matter where on earth the owner may be. From the blood crystal the same diagnosis may be made as when the patient is present in the doctor’s office. The Radio-Vision photographs are made the same way.

The blood crystal is the visible end of an invisible line connected to the owner as long as he lives, and for a short time afterwards.

Radio-Vision is used in conjunction with the Drown diagnosis. The diagnosis establishes the presence of certain conditions of disease or malfunction in the patient. The tuning section of the Radio-Vision Instrument is set to the rate of the condition it is desired to photograph. The film, ordinary panchromatic material size 8X10, is inserted in the slot, removed a few seconds later, and processed in ordinary chemicals.

The photograph that appears is a histological or pathological cross section of the area into which the Radio-Vision Instrument has been TUNED. The conditions existing in the patient must have been established by diagnosis, the rates of those conditions found before the Radio-Vision Instrument can be used. The Radio-Vision Instrument is therefore not a machine that can be operated by push-buttons, or by incompetent and ignorant persons. It is an instrumentof superlative sensitivity intended for use by a thoroughly trained, competent and wise physician.

If at times the structures do not appear exactly as the physician might expect, this may be due to uneven response of the film to these subtle energies. Much work has yet to be done on the photographic materials involved, and their relationship to the energy they are recording.

The photographs have been made through the blood crystals of the patients involved, except for two of the human brain, which are appropriately captioned. Distances separating patients from the Instrument varied from one floorof a building to eleven thousand miles. The Atlantic Ocean or a continent is spanned as easily as a city block by this new mutation of energy, connected with the life of human beings, and manipulated by the Drown Instruments.

A basic interpretation of each photograph has been given, and arrows placed on the photographs to orient the reader. The physician will have no trouble in following the amazing record herein set forth, and nor will the intelligent layman.

What the physician will surely recognize is that in these photographs, some of them made before panels of eminent medical men, one of the great dreams of medical science has come to fruition. Soft tissue cross-sectional photographs are a reality, and have been for twentyfive years. The responsibility rests with the medical profession to see that this work is taken up on the broadest possible basis, so that its benefits may flow out to humanity.

Through the years, many of the Radio-Vision pictures have been verified by post-mortem surgery. In what they show, in what they tell the learned medical man, they are their own proof of the efficacy of the technology that produced them.

Scientists outside the medical field must recognize the vast potential that this technology holds. In the fields of mineral prospecting, space technology, agriculture, nuclear physics, special applications glitter before mankind. And they are just a few.

New research is carrying this work to a still higher plane of achievement, with no end in sight to what may be recorded by these methods. New designs in the instruments, moving constantly towards even simplerarrangements are revealing ways to tap into cosmic laws and secrets never hitherto accessible to man. Special sensitized materials and devices open incredible new vistas for the human race.

The lesson of these photographs, and of the work of Dr. Ruth B. Drown, inventor of the Radio-Vision Instrument and of Drown diagnosis and therapy, is this;

“Everything is here, now. All we have to do is tune in on it.”

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