Archivist, Librarian, and Museum Curator: Dr. John Reed
One of the biggest benefits to membership in the USPA is free access to the library of articles, periodicals, and books, as well as key audio tapes, videos, and other materials on psychotronic subjects, useful to your research.
Click here to download the August 2017 USPA newsletter. Table of contents for this issue includes:
News, Events, and Columns
USPA Begins Program to Offer Digital Copies of All USPA Conference
Presentations, 1978-2017: p. 1
2017 USPA Conference DVD Order Form: p. 2
2016 USPA Conference DVD Order Form: p. 3
Dr. Margaret M. Moga Obtains Copy of Missing Book Found in Only One Library
in the World: p. 4
Newly Discovered Psychotronics Related Organizations and Periodicals: p. 5
Short Psychotronics News, Notes, and Queries, plus Updates: p. 7
Annual Radionics Symposium, October 24-28, 2017, Rapid City, SD: p. 10
KRT Radionics Workshops, October 24-25, 2017, Rapid City, SD, at the Annual
Radionics Symposium: p. 18
British Society of Dowsers Annual Conference, Sept. 15-17, 2017: p. 20
Raymon Grace Dowsing Seminar Announcement, Blue Earth, Minnesota,
September 28-30, 2017: p. 21
“Among the Missing” (and Updates): Missing People, Books, Collections,
Artifacts, Manuscripts, Periodicals, and Organizations, by John Reed, MD: p. 24
The Structure of Water and How Psyche Enters Water - Part 8, The Holographic
Brain, Part 1, by Dr. Richard Alan Miller, p. 31
The Russian Lakhovsky Rejuvenation Machine, by Robert Beck, p. 38
Rediscovering the Art and Science of Sound Therapy, by John Stuart Reid and
Analiese Reid, p. 44
Abstracts of Important Articles
Pitkanen, Matti. Can Quantum Biology Really Do without New Physics? DNA
Decipher Journal. Vol. 6, No. 3 (2016); p. 51
Sannino A., Zeni O., Romeo S., Massa R., Scarfi M.R. “Adverse and Beneficial
Effects in Chinese Hamster Lung Fibroblast Cells Following Radiofrequency
Exposure” Bioelectromagnetics. 2017. 38:245–254; p. 52
Halgamuge M.N. “Review: Weak Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure from Mobile
Phone Radiation on Plants.” Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine. Vol. 36, No. 2
(2017), pp. 213-235; p. 52
Books of Interest
Radatti, Peter V. How to Build An Electronic Witness Well for Radionics p. 54
Gerber, Richard, M.D., Vibrational Medicine, p. 56
USPA Generous Donor Recognition Page: p. 57
USPA Library and Psychotronics Periodicals Update: p. 58
USPA Local Groups and Affiliates Update: p. 65
Exchange Corner and Classified Advertisements: p. 66
United States Psychotronic Association Officers & Board Members: p. 68
What Is Psychotronics? p. 69
Ten USPA Membership Benefits and Membership Information: p. 70
USPA Membership Application and Link to Online Application: p. 71
USPA Catalog of Conference Lectures, 1978-1994, Available for Sale: p. 72
J.G. Gallimore’s Five Rare Books Now Available for Sale: p. 73
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The USPA began making audio recordings of conference speakers and presentations in 1978, followed by video capture in 1982. At this point the entire catalog of programs has been digitized into the mp3 audio format for the years 1978 to 1993, with DVD videos available from 1994 to the present. Plans are currently underway to make these programs available through this website. Check back for more information!
One of the major goals and activities of the USPA is to build up its library of books, periodicals, articles, and other materials on the subjects of psychotronics, radionics, subtle energies, and related subjects. We eventually want to make these items, as much as possible, available to all USPA members to help them in their research.
We are collecting and preserving all items on these subjects for the USPA library and archives, so if have any articles, periodicals, books, or other materials that you would like to donate to the USPA library, or that you would like us to preserve for you, please let us know. Almost everyone has numerous PDFs of articles, periodicals, and books on their computers or discs, and if you do, you can just send them by email or via a file sharing service to the email below. If you have physical items, then you can send them to us, or we will arrange to pick them up.
We are also digitizing all known periodicals on psychotronics, radionics, and related subjects, of which there are at least 25 different periodical titles. We are also digitizing all of the old tapes of prior USPA conferences, and hope to make these available to USPA members in some way as well. Among the periodicals and journals we have collections of, or are attempting to acquire back issues of, are:
Mind and Matter: published by George De La Warr of the DeLawarr Laboratories in Oxford, England from 1957-1967. We have a complete set of these very rare journals;
DeLaWarr Laboratories Newsletter: published by George and Marjorie De La Warr, and later their daughter Diana Di Pinto, from 1964-1986. We have most of these, but if you have any, please let us know what issues you have so we can see if there are any issues missing.
Radionics Journal: Published by the Radionics Association in England from 1943 through the present; We have a complete set of these from Vol. 1, no. 1 (1954), through 1995, but none after that.
Subtle Energies: Published by the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (SSSEEM) from 1990 through the present, with some interruptions. We have some but not all of these.
Physico-Clinical Medicine: This journal was started in 1916 by the father of radionics, Dr. Albert Abrams, and continued to be published up through 1938, by Fred J. Hart, who took over the College of Electronic Medicine after Abrams died in 1924. We have all issues from 1916-1923, but none after that;
Journal of Electronic Medicine: This was a continuation of Physico-Clinical Medicine, and ran 1939-1945, published by Fred J. Hart; We need all issues;
Electronic Medical Digest: published 1946 to about 1955, also by Fred J. Hart; We need all issues.
These are just a few of the many periodicals that have been published over the years focusing on psychotronics, radionics, subtle energies, and related subjects. So if you happen to have any periodicals that you could help us with to fill out the USPA collection, please let us know. If you want to keep certain items, but would be willing to lend them to us, we will make a copy and return them to you. Also, please check your computer hard drives, external hard drives, thumb discs, CDs, DVDs, and other digital storage devices to see if you have any periodicals, books, or articles that have already been digitized that you could contribute. Digitizing takes a lot of time and is quite costly, so you could help us save a lot of time and money by contributing items that you have that are already digitized. If we all work together, we can create a large USPA library that will greatly benefit all USPA members in their research and practices.
Please contact Dr. John Reed, our librarian, archivist, and museum curator, if you have questions about the archive or something to contribute. You can reach him by phone at 443-858-0757 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org