Radionics works on the so-called “pre-physical level” or, as some authors like to say, “even on the pre-pre-physical level”. In the vocabulary of many people who are familiar with alternative medicine, there are words such as “subtle”. The “unword” quantum level (that is, unword because it is misused so often without knowing exactly what it means) is used as often as “scalar waves” (whatever that should be).
You only really become aware of what pre-physical means when you have seen radionics in action, when you have carried out a long series of experiments to explore the limits of reality.
For example there are the rate lists that are used in digital radionics for analysis. I personally like to use John Henry Clarke’s list of homeopathic remedies (see http://homeoint.org/clarke/index.htm). I used it to do an “area scan” of my surroundings, wanted to know what the predominant energy was in certain areas. An area where you can go for a nice walk today made me curious. There are a lot of nettles growing there, much, much more than in the entire area. The result of the analysis showed a very high hit for Kreosotum, which is tar oil. Tar oil is mainly used to preserve wood. Especially the wood for railroad tracks was impregnated in tar oil to make it durable for the weather.
And the fact is, the place I scanned with the radionics analysis had a railroad track 30 years ago where trains transported goods and materials to the local industry. The area where nettles grow today was a railroad track. As a clinical symptom, Kreosotum only has “urine, incontinence of”, but that does not explain the growth of so many nettles at first. Creosotum is symbolic of the railway.
Radionics works in exactly the same way, it enables insight into the symbolism that comes from pre-physical space. However, it is not able to precisely analyze physical space itself or a pure physical substance. It always provides symbolic answers, not abstract information.
I’ll try to illustrate this with another example: When you dream you see symbolic information. These act like pointers to a meaning. If you wake up, then the person begins to forget the dream again. The symbolism slowly loses its meaning within the abstract “real” waking state.
With radionics, or with the technology of encrypting information in random numbers (TRNGs, hotbits), I have only been able to have success with symbolic meanings so far. In a long series of experiments I tried to “teleport” abstract information and, with a few exceptions, failed.
I suspect that abstract information needs far more energy to “keep it alive” and that teleportation of this abstract information also requires much more effort than that of a simple symbol. Although a symbol can have a deeper meaning, abstract information is more difficult to communicate.