I previously posted this as a response comment in the 'About Flat Tesla Bifilar Coils,' post, and upon reviewing the comment realized it worthy of its own posting discussion thread. Here it is with some revisions to the original comments:
From my studies and what I understand about bifilar coil plats, depending on how they are made they can possess a proximity effect to picking up hertz energy and converting it to a more cohesive longitudinal scalar-type energy, thus better targeting the subtle energy effects such as the ‘strange attractor’ aspect spoken of in theoretical physics for instance, also known in radionics as the ‘operator’ principle.
In my work with various bifilar coil plates of different manufacture, that includes Aplicum bifilar coil plates, that I use with my Heironymous type radionic instruments and array of antennas, both in serial configuration powered by Aplicum amplifiers and singly in-proximity energized (i.e. not directly powered or ‘plugged in’), there is a noted effect upon my radionic instruments performance, such as the assessment stick or pendulum effect being more sharp and clear, as well as more effective transmission/broadcasting in shorter time frames
I don’t recall the source, but a few years ago I read some novel r&d based research that bifilar coil plates made a certain way, if in proximity to an energy field, such as that produced by electrical flow/field, can pick up on it, give it more coherence and longitudinal quality and in turn transmit it accordingly, theoretically as a scalar wave broadcast. I’ve used bifilar coil plates on an in-proximity basis, with noted discernible results. So, even though a bifilar coil plate doesn’t generate aetheric energy in and of itself, it can appear to do so when the in-proximity effect takes place, which is still electrical sourced ’field’ of electromagnetic energy feeding the in-proximity effect.
Has anyone else out there dealing with bifilar coil plates regarding radionics work observed or experienced the same?
(Filip, on another note. I recently acquired your SWCC 2.0 instrument. Very intriguing, especially the digital aspect you have built into the devices. The quality is very good for the affordable price. It appears to be a very forward thought out approach, and one that I understand quite well. I’m very satisfied with the instrument. Thank you and take care.)