Time for Din Din!

There is nothing like a natural disaster in another part of the world to liven up the day. And there is nothing like the reaction to it by sentimental fools to give us some free psychic energy to use for our own purposes.

Witness the latest event, Japan shaking. Oh did it shake. I’ve had martinis that were not as well shaken! (Oh to be young again!) But aside from the sheer joy that can only come from witnessing mass destruction in foreign lands, there is a real benefit and here is how you use it.

First, you have to create a thoughtform. Do the usual procedure, create the thoughtform to grab all the incoming energy being sent by well meaning but impotent folk to try to help the target area. After all, why have it wasted there? Then once you have done that give it a name. The name is the contact point for your thoughtform.

Got that?

Ok, the rest is simple. You can simply write the name of the thoughtform on a piece of paper and put it on the input side of any radionic device and your own witness on the output side. Then, when you need a boost, simply set the machine and draw the energy that the thoughtform has stolen into yourself where it will actually do some good.


5 Responses to “Time for Din Din!”

  1. Les Says:

    And now the plant goes boom. Meltdown or no meltdown, the fear generated from this is going to be massive. Massive, I tell you!

  2. Michael Says:

    Can more than one psionicist do this, Uncle Chuckie? Does the first person to do it gather up all the energy that exists as of a given time into his thoughtform? Thank you.

  3. drpsionic Says:

    There are no limits as to the number who can do this. Frankly there is so much free energy out there that it is impossible to grab it all.

  4. hex Says:

    Now, will setting your psionic box to historical events that released a lot of energy and collecting the energy from those be worth the effort?

    • drpsionic Says:

      Absolutely. I once did something amazing using the energy from the battle of Verdun.

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