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Interviews

A series of interviews with a wide variety of people in the field of Subtle energy and science, including homeopathic and radionics practitioners and others who have an interesting perspective on the field.

Angelica Lemke interviews Michael Leger

In mid-February 2022, Dr. Angelica Lemke ND interviewed aetherea founder Michael Leger. A wide variety of topics were covered including Michael's evolution in the subtle science field, the relationship between homeopathy, radionics and aetherea's processes, Hahnemann's (Founder of Homeopathy) interest in what would be called reiki or radionics today and ideas on formulations for the 21st century.

Misha Norland

Michael interviewed homeopath extraordinaire Misha Norland. The interview was conducted on 29 July 2021.

The loose agenda we had was to talk about one of Misha's mentors - John DaMonte. Mr. DaMonte was one of the leading radionics practitioners, as well as a homeopath, in the UK in the 1950s-1970s.

As well as having some wonderful stories about John and the homeopathy scene in the UK in the later 60s and 70s, Misha shared some very touching and personal stories of his evolution as a healer, his perspective on case-taking, which for Misha is the establishment of a sacred space between practitioner and client, noetic remedies, layers in homeopathy and much more.

[I must apologize a bit. I was exhausted when I did this interview. I had many many things going on professionally at the time, but I felt a certain urgency to do the interview. I am very grateful to have done so. Misha passed a few months after it.] -ml

Nick Franks

Michael and Nick Franks, Etheric engineer and colleague, discuss a wide range of topics related to radionics, the science behind radionics and some of the luminaries in UK-based radionics of the late 20th century. The interview was conducted in early 2020.

"Radionics is involved with the evolution of human consciousness. It is the complete antithesis of modern-day science."

[There are some significant audio quality issues, but I believe the quality of the content outweighs the audio annoyances -ml ]