How Does A Succor Punch Work?

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The following is my own P.Y. question:

After a week vacation in the summer of 2008, we came home to find all our radionic tools disabled. That is, the second hand 12 Volt motorbike accumulators we used as power source were dangerously swollen (shortcircuited?) and the leds didn't work either of our powerwand and succor punch power circuit. Apparently feds don't have time off for holidays.....

I had one functional 15 Hz circuit left. So for the time being, I changed to using normal 9 Volt batteries for my succor punch and stored the powerwand away untill my man would have time to repair it. When he brought home another motorbike accumulator - a Harley  Cool - the leds of the powerwand still didn't work. So we assumed the build-in 15 Hertz circuitry was definitely broken and decided to buy another zapper with outlet. Using the Harley for our SP indoors.

Since it's hard to check if a SP or powerwand is working (when you can't see orgone energy), we use a different method. When you set a portable transistor radio in between senders - where you hear a wobble - and turn up the volume, it gives off a pulsing sound (much similar like the noise of a helicopter) near the radionic tools. Actually, it pulses both near the circuitry of an external zapper and also in front of a (working) succor punch or powerwand. That is how we found out our powerwand didn't work anymore. Before, the transistor radio would pick up sound at one meter distance (less for the SP's mobius coil). Now it had died out completely.

Over time I forgot about the stored away powerwand. I sort of grew out of the habit of using radionic tools anyway, merely because I had found my own boosting by heart to be more effective against etheric attacks. Perhaps the three years of boosting practice in chat contributed to that. We only take our SP with us on gifting trips or in our car, to hopefully create some "invisible" privacy (didn't work well so far either, if I go by the choppers and cars following - only if I make a continuous mental effort too).

Recently Don sent a small trial zapper, of which my man used the circuitry to repair our powerwand. Only after applying a simple condensor with wires, it worked again! Something to do with the "impedantie current" (= dutch), he said. Though the led is still down, our transistor radio now gives off a healthy chopper sound - at nearly three meters of the powerwand! Coincidentally, I don't receive as much email anymore by strangers, on topics that my man and I talked about in our livingroom. So the bugs in our home must be silenced more by the working powerwand now  Razz (the next day our phone was cutt off).

If I understand the explanation of my man correctly, the powerwand now takes more current. My point is: how do I know for sure if the powerwand is indeed working better? For if the power is a quotient of voltage and current - and according to our transistor test it is really working stronger - did my tools work to begin with when they took less current (which supports my impression I am better off boosting)? Or is their radionic function something different altogether?

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I received this reply today by email from a reader.  Thanks, J.!! It's a good explanation how you can test a succor punch, if you're not psychic. A multimeter is what my man used also, besides the transistor radio. I feel a little "lost in translation" regarding the technical details to correctly state my question. For the point with alternating current is, that the resistance of the external radionic device (SP) should be the same as the resistance of the frequency unit (zapper) to create any current at all going from the zapper to the SP. According to my man, this is how AC-resistance (Dutch: impedantie) works with alternating current like is used here. And the reason why he attached a condensor (or do you call it capacitor in English?) for more resistance to the external device.

Still I wonder: is there more to testing if an SP works radionically? We're talking scalar waves here - not radio functions or electronics only. I wonder if the weak link can be the telepathic capacities (heartfelt focus) of the user too, for example. Scalar waves are just the carrier, on which the "package" of information is sent. Surely you can test that psychically, but is there a technical way too?

This is in reply to your posting “How Does A Succor Punch Work? “

I too am not sensitive to picking up the energy of the active device. The way I would test the operation is with an inexpensive multimeter that has a frequency function. For this example I am using a Sears Craftsman model that I bought for US $25. I have seen multimeters on the internet for as low as US $18 that has a frequency function.

To verify the zapper I would measure output voltage using the voltage scale, then select the frequency scale to read the output frequency. If you get a reading on both then the zapper works. To test the coil I would use the ohm scale on the leads of the SP. Any low reading means that there is no breaks in the wire so you should be good to go.

I am attaching a few pictures. Picture 499 shows frequency reading of zapper; picture 500 shows ohm reading for coil.
Picture 504 shows same reading for zapper using a graphical multimeter (US $1400 – I use at work). Picture 506 show interaction of zapper and SP.

The basis of this type of test is that if the components work then the system should work even if I am not sensitive enough to verify it.