Super Simple Wishing Machine

Super Simple Wishing Machine

It’s been a while since I last posted any schematics, so I thought I’d put together a schematic in my new simple style. The aim of these styles is that they are straightforward to follow, and fairly easy for anyone with no electronics background to get to grips with.

This is a simple wishing machine that uses a low power pre amplifier. I intend to do another drawing with a second stage amplifier for even more aetheric juice, but for now this is keeping it simple.

The input plate is where the written intention or wish is placed – I like to use sigils. The plate can be made of anything, but copper, brass and stainless steel work best. You could use a well instead, if you are really on a tight budget and want to experiment in true psionic style you could use a bean or coffee can, etc as your well. The only limit to what you can use, is that it has to be conductive.

Radionics Machine – Wickenden Device V.02

Radionics Machine – Wickenden Device V.02

I have decided to commercially launch Berkana Labs. This is to provide individuals with the opportunity to purchase high quality radionic and aethertronic instruments.

To kick off this commercial venture I have developed the Wickenden Device V.02. The plan was to develop an entry model which packs a punch. I have based the aesthetic design off of the classic wickenden device, but the core of the instrument has had a complete overhaul. The amplifier has been re-imagined, and re-engineered to provide even more power. I wanted to be able to include a few other functions so after a fair amount of research and development I was able to include the following functions:

  • Stochastic resonance subtle signal transfer and amplifier.
  • Automated remedy maker.
  • A vibro potentiser.
  • A proprietary system clearing function.
  • Universal mains voltage power supply.

The Rife Crane Pad System

Rife Crane 1a

This electrode style Rife device know in Rife circles as a PAD system was developed as a commission. It is essentially a modification of a highly effective electronic circuit designed to “Zap” warts, known as the Wart Zapper, and created by Thomas Scarborough which can be found at this link: Wart Zapper

The modification allows for the injection of certain Rife frequencies at the power stage. On a decent oscilloscope the frequency harmonics can be readily observed. Wearing the electrodes the tingling sensation is clearly felt even at the lowest power setting. The power can be adjusted by turning the small Bakelite dial. The setup is full clockwise the the maximum power position which gives a peak voltage of 24-25V depending on the battery voltage levels.

I wont make any health claims here or I’ll end up with a bunch of heavies in suits coming round to my lab and stomping on my toys!

I originally wanted to work with Ken Uzzell’s Frex amp, but found the power using the signal generator was simply too low. His amp works well for the Frex software running through a sound card as you would expect, but it’s simply not good enough for a low power, low voltage signal generator. I managed to amp the power from the signal gen with a power IC, but the breakdown frequency was about 200KHz. What I really need is a full spectrum power amp, if anyone knows where I can source one I’d appreciate an email.

Orgone Project

Based on my previous experiment with the Vril Engine, and further personal developments with orgone, eloptic and chi research, I decided to make my own orgone matrix material and orgone stack combination. The stack is the rings of wood and zinc plated steel held on a brass rod.



orgone stack


How to Wind Toroidal Mobius Coils

This was an original post from Wizzers workshop before John Logan and his site disappeared. A couple of years ago I ask Mr.Logan if I could publish this particular info of his as I found it really useful when I first started making these coils. He gave me permission, so for all my readers here is the article.


an original coil design developed at Wizzers Workshop and the first such online tutorial anywhere on the web…

updated Sep. 2006

This coil is composed of a series quadrifilar cable with a 45 degree helical twist; the cable is then wound with a toroidal winding pattern. The first wrap of the cable serves as the core around which to wind the toroid. Realistically, it will seldom be a perfect 45 degrees if wound by hand. Angles between say 38 and 45 seem to work well enough but the closer to 45 the better.