Remedy Making instruments have been available for the past 45 years, starting with the first commercial model produced by Malcolm Rae (an engineer and Radionic Practitioner) in the seventies . Such instruments have been used by thousands of Homeopaths all over the world.
The principle underlying Remedy Making is based on the understanding that all physical substances have a unique energy pattern. This also applies to Homeopathic Remedies produced pharmaceutically by trituration and succussion. (Avagadro’s Law states that beyond a 6C dilution there isn’t a molecule of the original substance left).
The energy patterns are represented by a unique set of numbers or ‘rate’. When using a Remedy Maker this rate is keyed into the instrument which then embeds the corresponding energy pattern into the carrier. (e.g. sac lac, water).
The ‘rates’ used in the Sulis Remedy Maker are Base 10. The list provided with a Sulis instrument is updated as new remedies become available. ‘Rates’ have also been developed for the common flower essences, physical anatomy, colours, elements, gems, vitamins and minerals and some allopathic medicines.
By using digital technology in the embedding process the Sulis Instruments ensure that the carrier will contain only the pure energy pattern and none of the background ‘white noise’ present with analogue technology. A good analogy is the difference between analogue (older TV technology) and digital TV's. The picture is considerably clearer!
How it Works
Sulis Instruments are the result of combining earlier radionic technologies with modern digital technologies. The energetic remedy patterns which simulate a homeopathic remedy are embedded in the carrier using electronic components. A computer chip controls the input which is directed to carrier through special electronic circuitary. The integrity of the instrument is maintained by regular use of the 'Clear' switch which allows users both to clear any stray energetic energy in the carrier, or within the instrument. Under normal use a Sulis Remedy Maker should not need servicing.
What is Base 10
Early Radionic instruments were made to use number ‘rates’ for the unique vibration of a substance which became known as Base 10. Base 10 refers to the numbering system. Taking a rate like 475, the 4 is in the first position, the 7 is in the second position and the 5 is in the third position. (The ‘rates’ are not numerical values where any one number position is any more important than any other, simply a numerical representation of a unique vibration). Later a scale was introduced which included the numbers 1-44 as whole numbers, so a rate could contain any two digit number up to 44 in any one position. These are known as Base 44. The Sulis instruments, being digital, use the Base 10 rates.