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radionics

/ (ˌreɪdɪˈɒnɪks) /
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noun
(functioning as singular) a dowsing technique using a pendulum to detect the energy fields that are emitted by all forms of matter
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How to use radionics in a sentence

  • Gangs of air conditioners were dressed blue, electricians white, black-light specialists in purple, radionics men in orange.

    The Brain|Alexander Blade
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