Definition of Radionics

1. Noun. (pseudoscience) Any of several pseudoscientific techniques supposed to detect and modulate "life forces" and to provide healing using various electric black boxes. (defdate from 20th c.) ¹



2. Noun. (context: US rare now historical) Electronics, especially in radio technology. (defdate from 20th c.) ¹

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Definition of Radionics

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radionics

radiomicrometers
radiomimetic
radiomolybdenum
radiomuscular
radiomutation
radiomutations
radion
radionebula
radionecroses
radionecrosis
radionecrotic
radioneon
radioneuritis
radionic
radionickel
radionics (current term)
radioniobium
radionitrogen
radionovela
radionovelas
radionucleotide
radionucleotides
radionuclide
radionuclide angiocardiography
radionuclide angiography
radionuclide cisternography
radionuclide generator
radionuclide generators
radionuclide imaging
radionuclide scan

Literary usage of Radionics

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1. The Mars Records Book 2: Clearing Sessions with A Biofeedback Meter Where a by Stephanie Relfe (2002)
"In the name of the lord Jesus Christ I break every soul tie, communication link, insertion point, communication line, surveillance line, hook, radionics ..."

2. Source Book of Sustainable Agriculture for Educators, Producers and Other edited by Valerie Berton (1998)
"Agricultural radionics Medium: Booklet Author: Diver, Steve and George Kuepper Date published: Cost: Free Available in quantities? ..."

3. Sustainable Agriculture Directory of Expertiseby Cynthia Arnold, Betty Blomberg, Ellen Clough, Jim Lukens by Cynthia Arnold, Betty Blomberg, Ellen Clough, Jim Lukens (1997)
"... expertise: radionics/homeopathy, information transfer/education Primary crop and livestock enterprises: sorghum for syrup, small fruits, ..."

4. Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Whether they operate on the basis of BEM principles is unknown. Among these devices are the following: radionics devices, Lakhovsky multiple-wave oscillator ..."

5. Outlines of Oryctology: An Introduction to the Study of Fossil Organic by James Parkinson (1822)
"... neither the hinge, the ligament of the valves, nor the muscle of attachment, is discoverable : these he places under six genera—Spherulites, radionics, ..."

6. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"He started Sinclair radionics to produce electronic kits for amplifiers, radios and other products in July 1961. In the 1970's the company developed and ..."

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