Hieronymus Monitors Astronauts In Orbit Around Moon

During the Apollo 8 flight in December 1968, T. Galen Hieronymus using his radionic instrument, and photos of the three astronauts,  was able to track and monitor all the physiological functions of the three astronauts in their space craft as they orbited the moon.


This Hieronymus experiment was an adventure into uncharted territory. In the words of T. Galen Hieronymus about the experiment:

“Little did we realize when we started the project of monitoring the flight of Apollo 8, by using Eloptic energy signals, that we would be able to follow the astronauts to the side of the moon, then, with in a few seconds would lose the signals.

We were astounded when a short time later, the signals were again as strong as they were during the flight. At that time we were surprised at the turn of events. Now we are confident that we know the answer, as to why the signals stopped abruptly when the capsule went into darkness ( Moon Shade), yet Radio signals continued strong.

The high frequency radio signals follow the “line of sight law”. Our Eloptic signals do not follow this law. Eloptic signals follow the curvature of the Earth and work the same regardless of darkness or daylight. The Earth’s magnetic field, gravity, the atmosphere and so forth, all or some of these influences may be the reason. Eloptic signals came through strong when the capsule was on the far side of the moon, but in darkness (Moon Shade).

This paper will attempt to give some salient features of the operation of these Eloptic energy signals, and their utilization in obtaining the data we used and analyzed in order to show how the Astronauts were physiologically affected by their trip, to and around the moon.

Our reasons for the project were:

1 To determine whether Eloptic signals would be shielded by the metal of the capsule.

2 To find to what distance away from the Planet Earth, we could track the astronauts.

3 To measure the effect og the high “G” stress on the astronauts.

4 To measure any undesirable effects that radiation might have on them.

5 To measure the effects of living in a weightless environment (zero gravity), for an extended period , away from the Earth’s magnetic field, atmosphere, gravity, and so forth.

6 To learn as much as possible from the data we hoped to obtain.

Enough data was obtained to keep someone busy for a long time analyzing it. The effect of “G”stress in our charts is quite evident. Over 1600 tests were made, and recorded. Much information was obtained that will not be included in this paper , but may be included in a follow-up report.

Much credit goes to my wife, Louise, who operated the analyzer during the experiment. Without the help of Rolf Schaffranke and some of his associates, the project could not have been started. To all of them my heart-felt thanks.


T.G. Hieronymus

December 30, 1968 ”

The above letter was written by T. Galen Hieronymus, on December 30, 1968. What he called “Eloptic energy” was his term for the unseen but power-full energy we use in radionic work, some call it “Chi” , “Ether” “Life-Force”, etc.

These next paragraphs continue on with the above experiment, again the report below is in Dr. Hieronymus words:

“I have chosen to look at it (the experiment) from the viewpoint of the layman, rather than a medical doctor. The complexities of the TV coverage of the flight of Apollo 8 makes the man in the street an expert on almost every phase of the flight. I have talked to several people and will follow their suggestions as to what will be covered in the analysis. The old saying that “one picture is worth a thousand words”, is quite valid, so I am going farther and using colors so comparisons can be easily made.

For obvious reasons no names are mentioned in this paper. The three astronauts have been given letters for designation. We started by typing the salient data from the test sheets and then, the suggestion was made we use photo-copies of the original test data sheets instead of the typed sheets.

3 bank

Dr. Hieronymus likely used this instrument of his own design, or one similar to track   the astronauts

A quantive measurement was made of the functional activity of approximately thirty different tissues or organs of the body and certain other activities of the body of each astronaut, starting two days before lift-off, and then at times we believed to be important. The  “two days before” tests were made in order to obtain what we thought were “normal” conditions of the men. The first really significant tests were made approximately two hours before lift-off when we found that Eloptic signals would “come through” the metal shell of the capsule.

The Vitality  value shown at the top of all lists of body locations, indicates the overall quantitive indication of well-being. The other values shown opposite an organ indicates the degree of functional activity of that organ at that particular moment. At the head of the columns on figures 1, 2 and 3 is shown the time we started the tests shown in that particular column. In most cases the time the tests of that column were finished are also shown. It took from eight to twelve minutes to run tests  on each man. For example we started the moment of lift-off and didn’t  finish the three men untill twenty-two minutes later. We ran tests on all three men when it seemed important, and due to the time element involved, and the amount of work entailed, we followed astronaut “B” throughout the flight, and only ran tests on the other two men as conditions indicated the need to do so.

Looking at figure “4”, we note that astronaut “A” was under almost as much strain an hour before lift off as he was fifteen minutes after lift off. Note that he has leveled off seven hours later. It should be noted that if a person could be absolutely perfectly healthy , all of the values of functional activity would be the same. In other words his values would be a straight line across the graph. This condition is rarely found except in the case of a very young baby or an athlete.

As might be expected people react differently to different stimulus. The reactions of  astronaut A, and of astronaut C, are quite similar, while astronaut B reacted differently in many respects. These three figures show the men as they reacted to the high “G” stress, and as they recovered from the effects.

In the FORWARD, I mentioned that the Eloptic signals shut down very suddenly as the capsule approached the side of the moon.  This happened as the capsule went into darkness, as  the Moon was between the Sun and the capsule. It was at this moment our signals stopped, yet Radio signals continued strong. As soon as the capsule emerged from the darkness to the light of the Sun our signals were strong again. We charted this phenomena for four orbits of the Moon and were able to tell within a minute when signals would either stop or resume.”

As Dr. Hieronymus stated in the above report, the distance from the Earth to the Moon, was no hinderance for “Eloptic Signals” to be picked up, but “Eloptic signals shut down” “as the capsule went into darkness, as  the Moon was between the Sun and the capsule” which is interesting, and “As soon as the capsule emerged from the darkness to the light of the Sun our signals were strong again”. Below are the analysis sheets that Dr. Hieronymus used for the experiment on the three astronauts.

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two 2

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