Dear Mr. Ronald Maes,
I am almost ready to place the ERR 6P.
So i understand mix ERR P6 with graphics is not necessary, more over, is not recommend, dont do that !! Maybe will be ??? a posibility ??
For other side, the Karl Hans Welz orgone plus radionics machine, from HSCTI usa, models RAD 100O, RAD 2000, RAD 2400......these devices works fine like any radionics brands
( brown, warm, copen, etcetera ) ? And what about compared with the ERR P6 ????
Maybe a little bit difficult question, maybe i am not compared apples with apples, maybe i am comparing apples with bananas, but i wanted to do that question.
In usa they call Passive devices when no main electricity, only a 9 volts battery or nothing..
like papers with diagrams, etcetera. And call Active devices when plug to the main electricity....110 or 220 volts. Really its important the volts or energy source ??
And finally, SERVRANX have two books about graphiques:
GRAPHIQUES SERVRANX - LIVRE
FAVORISER SES OBJECTIFS
the small and the big one ?? Where can i found all the radionics and radiesthesie graphiques ??
THANKS SO MUCH Dear Ronald Maes, i know it can be ingenous and low level questions, but i know you can ask to me.
REGARDS, Sincerely, J., Mexico.
In principle you can use any support or sample as a témoin;
so using ERR-6P with a graphique would be possible if you feel the need.
I can only comment and advise on equipment I know and use.
Radionics and electricity are two very different energy's -
I have never used the two together and cannot see where an electro-magnetic source can help or interfere with radionic actions.
It looks enticing but the energy levels on witch radionics work are different from electro-magnetics.
An radionics treatment could eventually be combined with and electro-magnetic treatment but you would need to use a specific device for each separate treatment that could complement each other.
"Graphiques Servranx - Livre"
explains presents and explains the Servranx graphiques - this is the basics.
in " Favoriser ses objectifs" the author explain his way of using the Servranx graphiques and an other 44 graphiques he created for his researches.