Bony Structure of the Head

The Radio-Vision Instrument was tuned in on the bony structure of the head for this photograph. The actual structure of the bone will be readily recognized by physicians. Arrow 1 shows the auricular area (ear), Arrow 2 the cerebellum area, and Arrow 3 a blood vessel cross sectioned by the photograph. The patient would be looking towards the right hand edge of the photograph.

PLATE No. 10

Surgical Scar and Type 4 Cancer (Breast Area)

This patient was in Illinois, the photograph being made in Los Angeles via blood crystal. Arrow 1 shows the nipple to orient the reader. The black line (Arrows 2 and 3) shows the scar of previous surgery to remove the cancer. The white areas around the scar, Arrows 4, 5, and 6 show how the cancer has returned.

PLATE No. 11

Cancer of Portion of Colon

Drown diagnosis verified the presence of cancer in this patient’s colon. The arrow 1 shows the cancerous mass in the colon. Arrow 2 shows blood vessels extending from the cancerous area. Arrow 3 shows a large blood vessel cross sectioned by the Radio-Vision Instrument.

PLATE No. 12

Energy in the Brain (Awake)

This photograph, and plate 13 which follows, were among the first Radio-Vision photographs made. These were obtained by placing the patient’s head between 2 collector pads, a technique that became obsolete when the pattern-bearing properties of the blood became established. One of the first research steps in Radio-Vision, this photograph was made of a young woman in California when she was awake. The electrical activity of the brain is strongly indicated by the patterns recorded.

PLATE No. 13

Energy in the Sleeping Brain

When the young woman dropped off to sleep, Dr. Drown made this photograph, showing a distinct contrast from the waking brain in Plate No. 12. Certain of the forms repeat themselves many times. These photographs (Plates 12 and 13) were exhibited at the Iowa State Fair and published in “Look” magazine in 1937.

PLATE No. 14

Surgical Instruments Photographed Across the Atlantic

The patient, an old English friend of Dr. Brown’s, wrote her in 1950 that he was to have an operation for an ischio-rectal abscess. He asked Dr. Drown to take a Radio-Vision picture before the operation, due the day following Dr. Drown’s receipt of his letter. At 1 a.m. the following morning Dr. Drown tuned in on the man’s abscess and this picture resulted. Arrow 1 shows the surgeon’s retractors. Arrow 2 shows a pair of scissors or a hemostat, in the immediate region of the abscess. Subsequent comparison of times showed that the patient was under surgery at the time photographed.

PLATE No. 15

Human Foetus at Approximately Three Months

This Radio-Vision photograph was made from the blood crystal of the mother. The foetus, although physically very small at the time, has filled this picture with its head, an enormous magnification. Arrow 1 shows the chin and mouth area. Arrow 2 shows the nose, to the right of which the forming eye and forehead may be seen. Arrow 3 shows the forming ear of the child. Arrow 4 shows the energy entering the head of the embryo through the top of the head. Arrow 5 shows this vital energy in the region of the pineal gland, settling an ages-old controversy. Arrow 6 shows a portion of the yolk sac.

PLATE No. 16

Abcessed Tooth

This photograph was made by tuning in on the abscess. The outline of the root of the tooth is shown by the arrows A. Arrow B shows the pulp of the tooth, with the black and dark spots blood vessels within that pulp that have been cross sectioned by the Radio-Vision Instrument. Arrow C shows a sinus of infection from the lower part of the pulp area through the gum of the patient. Arrow D shows the gum boil as a bulge in the mouth of the patient.

PLATE No. 17

Coronary Occlusion of the Heart

This picture was made after death. The heart valves are indicated by Arrow A. The occlusion is shown by Arrow B, which points to the clot causing the heart failure. Other blood vessels in the heart are shown by Arrow C. The photograph may be compared with anatomical drawings of the heart which show the same areas and detail.

PLATE No. 18

Tumor of Eustachian Tube of Ear

This patient complained of increasing deafness. A Drown diagnosis showed a tumor to have formed in the region of the Eustachian tube or auditory canal. The Radio-Vision instrument was tuned in on this tumor. The line of the Eustachian tube is shown by Arrows 1. The base of the tumor is shown by Arrow 2. The upper portion of the tumor (3) has compressed the Eustachian tube, causing the deafness of which the patient complained.

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