Radionics Software or Radionics Machine?
Digital Radionics or radionics machine, what do you buy first? In an ideal world, we would all have radionics software like Radionics Manifestor Pro and a traditional radionics machine to work with, but as we all know this is far from an ideal world, the main factor is not having both for many is cost.
A basic radionics machine will cost around $400+ and an intermediate to an advanced machine will cost around $1200+ and for many neither of these prices are really an option. The people in the world who really need these machines are very often the ones who simply can not afford them.
This is where radionics software comes in, and the reason why I started to write radionics software in the first place. I simply wanted to give everyone access to this technology at a price everyone can afford, (yes there is even a free one) and that you didn’t need a degree to use it.
The advantage of digital radionic software over a traditional machine is that now laptop computers are relatively cheap and in everyday use, they can be used anywhere at any time. The other big advantage is you do not have to print out the pictures you want to use for the target or trends, just download them from the internet or your digital camera, make any alterations in a paint package you want, and use them.
Using radionics software on its own can and has produced some very good end results by its users, and is defiantly on par with a traditional radionics machine and at a fraction of the cost.
Once you have one of our radionics software products it can be used with any brand of radionics machine if you wanted to purchase one at a later date.
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