The psionic robot is truly a construct and servitor nested in a surrounding shell of radionics or psychotronic apparatus. It began quite simply as an occult related object, and various components were added. Then, as the usual method is commonly applied, an initial charge is given to the object.
Essentially, there are two kinds of psionic robots. One is a dock for an entity type construct. The entity is imagined as flying from the vessel to the area, or simply appears in the target area. The second kind of robot sits where it is and processes the patterns that are put into it. The latter kind of robot, for example, can feed on disruption patterns, and direct these much like an ordinary radionics box, but with the added character of the entity being worked with. The intrinsic design of the robot may also have something to do with it.
Later developments on the concept unfolded into true radionics devices. This includes the Vrilock Variable Machine (image below) which holds a series of occurrences inside foam spheres, and these variables are toggled on/off by a series of interconnected switchboards.
Ever since the initial building of my Klytus box (the name borrowed from the once popular comic book Flash Gordon) the idea of physically representing thought-forms has become rather popular. (Klytus, image below, is the infamous lightning box from our comics).
Now, the idea of crystallizing thought-forms inside a psionic machine started with the Klytus, which is based on the psionic scrying machine designed by Charles W. Cosimano. What is important about my own machine is the core crystal, and the training prior to building the machine. We take this concept from comic books like The Green Lantern and Flash Gordon. And, of course, the very real application of this central core as a power source goes back to the concept of anthropomorphic creatures, such as golems and spirit containers.
As the Klytus was the first psionic robot I created, I believe it deserves some words about it here.
Initially the core was a gazing crystal, and was later used to hold a charge during thunderstorms (I spent several years charging this crystal while living in the mainland of Japan). The core was given enough attention to work in other ways I had not anticipated. Over a period of two months I learned to focus my concentration enough to influence things like the onscreen keyboard on a tablet pc, an Android tablet, and an iPad. I could also determine which colored squares a computer program/ app preselected without any indication from the application screen.
Taking this a step further, I reflected back to a time when I had discovered something I would later define as the telepathy rod or psi node. It was a concept based on the idea of stepping up two-dimensional patterns into the third-dimensional aspect (which was later tested by Charles Cosimano in 1992, and proven to work quite well.).
So, the idea of psionic robots sort of evolved out of years of experimentation with a variety of arrangements, as well as magical training and meditation.
In essence, the Klytus was the first psionic robot created to direct lightning bolts, influence minds, and crystallize thought-forms (that is, the thought-form is not visualized, but rather programmed into the crystal orb, and retained there. The radionics unit manifests the rate, which is the necessary bridge of frequency for moving the thought-form to the subject/ target.
We have a full length manual which will be released to the web soon, featuring in-depth assembly and crafting of psionic robots. As well, the secrets for how to make these entities work is going to be unveiled in the books to come.
I am Vrilock!