a high resolution copy of the diagram above..
Hieronymus Machine image can be downloaded
and printed out, and should fit nicely on a standard sheet of
Print out the Hieronymus diagram and the knob.
Mount the diagram and knob on a suitable backing.
glossy)surface material is the best type from which to get stick
from the sensor pad. Also have the knob laminated, and cut out
the printout to a stiff backing such as a piece of 1/4″
thick cardboard and attach the knob with a simple thumbtack.
For a high quality version, glue the laminated diagram to a piece
of stiff plastic, bakelite or thin plywood (silicon “goop” is
good for this.) Then mount rubber feet underneath at the corners.
This give you a solid device that can sit on a tabletop.
Cut a small hole through the center of the knob, and another hole
through the center of the dial on the diagram. Use a suitable
length and diameter screw, washers and bolt to fasten the dial to
the diagram, so it rotates freely.
are the particular instructions for using the controls of the
Place a power object, such as a crystal, or a watch battery on top
of the “POWER” section.
(Optional) Prepare the machine for work by exposing to bright
sunlight or by waving a strong magnet over it for at least ten
seconds, a few inches above the surface in a random pattern.
Place the witness sample on top of the round spiral (leaf
clipping, hair, fur, photograph or other witness that represents
4. Stroke the stick pad while concentrating on the purpose of the
work. Starting with the pointer on “0″, turn the tuning dial until
a stick reaction is felt on the fingers stroking the pad. If you
dial all the way to the “100″ without a reaction, turn it
back-and-forth and keep scanning until you get a reaction.
Alternatively, you can use a pendulum suspended over the
Sensor Pad instead of
using your fingertips. Tune the dial until you get a pendulum reaction.
Release your fingers from the stick pad and the Machine will
continuously broadcast the tuned intention to the target.