Gardening With Radionics

aphidsIn April I discovered aphids on a potted plant I kept on my front porch. I attempted to use some natural remedies (such as spraying the plant leaves with soapy water) to eradicate them, and because I was having trouble sending a photo of the aphids of the plant to my computer, I was unable to use my VoiceSync software to deal with the pests. Here is the article

The soapy water seemed to work until last week when I noticed the aphids were back. Now I have fixed the photo upload issue on my camera phone, and I am determined to try an experiment with VoiceSync digital radionics. Here are my case notes:notes

June 11th– noticed aphid infestation on plant

June 12th–  took photo of insects on plant and sent photo to computer

June 13th–  prepared to broadcast, using VoiceSync software;

subject: aphids on plant (photo)
blank square: decagon (could be any amplifier or any symbol of your choice)

received rate of 82447126 and pitch of 314.51

began broadcast using mute at 1:58 pm, June 13th

June 15th– examined plant to find the aphids on the top side of the top leaves were gone and found only about 5 aphids on the underside of a bottom leave. When I touched them, they were just dead aphid dust that brushed off.  No real aphids in sight. Still broadcasting.

June 18th– examined plant to find many more aphids had re appeared, both on the under sides of the bottom leaves and back up on the top leaves visible just looking down at the plant. This is not good.  What happened? Hmmmmmmm… I think I will change the ‘wish’ in my broadcast to KILL ALL APHIDS ON PLANT.  No wait, when I went to change the wish message, I found that I had disabled the digital radionics accidentally and it had been turned off for a least a day or 2.  I will turn it back on (with the original wish), and see what a couple of days brings.

June 18th later that day– just went to take a look at the plant, just to see if anything changed.  Wow, hard to imagine, the aphids on top were gone in just a few short hours. Looks to me as if the broadcast hit hard and fast, but once I accidentally stopped broadcasting, the pests came back. Then when I started to broadcast again, the aphids immediately responded by either leaving or dying, or both.  I will see what the next few days brings.

June 21st– just checked the plant.  We still have aphids except this time they are not in large clusters of 5 or 6 or more- they are lone aphids on a leaf.  There are a couple of stalks that still have 3 or 4 aphids feeding,  but I feel we have eliminated about 80% of them, but I can’t believe that , once again, my software was not on- the computer had  rebooted last night and knocked it off.  Ok- I will  start broadcast yet again, and will check plants in a few days to see if we can eliminate the last 20%. It is a few hours later and I do not see any aphids- not one.

June 22nd– no aphids. None. aphid2


It only took a matter of a few hours of broadcasting to completely rid my plant of aphids. When I carelessly disabled my broadcast, the aphids immediately returned.  When I re set my broadcast, the aphids vanished.  No cutting, no poison, no sprays.



9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anne Grace
    Oct 20, 2013 @ 23:31:57

    Hi Madeline, I would love to learn more about this method. Could you direct me to the best websites Thanks

  2. Tim H.
    Nov 23, 2013 @ 02:26:58

    Thank you Madeleine for this post.
    Love the way you documented this.
    Thank you!!

  3. Gloria
    Mar 19, 2014 @ 07:43:18

    Will this work for squirrels? Thanks.

    • The Pendulist
      Mar 19, 2014 @ 13:54:31

      I don’t see why not.
      when my daughter was living on the edge out there, I have used my digital radionics software to get her to to call me, and she always did!

  4. Stephen
    Oct 09, 2014 @ 03:55:06

    VoiceSynch seem to market lots of different packages. Which of their programs were you using? I would like to try this approach with mosquito control around the environs of my home.

    Many thanks,


    • The Pendulist
      Oct 09, 2014 @ 18:10:38

      we use ‘digital radionics’ and ‘multi radionics’ they came with some other stuff I do not know how to use and it is hard to get instructions or guidance from them- but I love the programs!!