The Radionic Association

Objectives

The Association, which was founded in 1943, exists to train, and serve as the professional body for, qualified radionic practitioners, and also to provide a forum for others who wish to learn more about this fascinating science. The Association aims to promote the practice of radionics as an honourable and skilled profession, to foster research into the science of radionics and to provide a centre for the collection and dissemination of information.

The Memoranda & Articles of Association can be accessed by clicking the link.

Memoranda & Articles of Association (PDF)

 

Activities

The Association publishes the Radionic Journal, supplied free of charge to all members, holds regular meetings in London and elsewhere, offers training courses through the School of Radionics, maintains a lending library of over 1000 titles, supplies lists of qualified practitioners, handles queries and requests for information about radionics, and maintains the Radionic Association web site.

The activities of the Association are directed by a Council which meets four times a year.  The Association Office is staffed by a Secretary and an Assistant Secretary who deal with day to day correspondence and implement directives from Council.

The Radionic Association is affiliated to the Confederation of Healing Organisations (CHO).  Members adhere to a strict code of conduct.

NOTE:

  • Please note that the Radionic Association does not have any connections with a company called Sistemas de LFBAT Mexico and does not work with them or sell them medicines.
  • Por favor notese que la Radionic Association no tiene conexion alguna con una compañia llamada Sistemas de LFBAT, Mexico y no trabaja con ellos ni le provee medicamentos.
  • Please note that the Radionic Association has made no official connection with Instituto Mexicano de Radionica, Mexico.
  • Por favor notese que la Radionic Association no tiene conexion alguna con Instituto Mexicano de Radionica, Mexico.