The United States Psychotronics Association (USPA), a non-profit organization for researchers, scientists and individuals interested in the interactions of matter, energy and consciousness, will host its 40th Annual Conference on July 20-22, in Deerfield, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. This year’s theme will be “Mind, Matter, and Aether: Applications to Radionics.”

The conference will feature 20 presentations from authors and experts who are forerunners in the areas of science, radionics, dowsing, energy healing and subtle energies. A few distinguished speakers include current USPA president Dr. Beverly Rubik (Overview on Psychotronics: Intention Meets Technology) Drs. J.J. and Desiree Hurtak (The Power of Music and Sound for Mental Consciousness Upliftment), and Dr. James Oschman (Structure and Properties of the Quantum Information Field: Implications for Homeopathy and Morphic Resonance).

USPA’s 40th Annual Conference will feature an exhibition of vendors offering products, books and services. USPA’s pre-conference workshop on Radionics 101: Dowsing, Radionics, & Subtle Energy will take place July 19-20.

Dr. Rubik is the founder and director of the United States Psychotronics Association. She is the author of over a hundred scientific papers on: subtle energy, the mysterious properties of water electromagnetic fields and life; energy medicine; mind-body medicine; and the biofield.

The USPA was created to serve as a focal point for the science of mind-body-environment relationships. Psychotronics is defined as the “study, research, and applications of the physics and technology of the mind, brain, spirit, consciousness, and the underlying forces of life and nature.”

For more information on the USPA, conferences and membership, visit psychotronics.org.

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