Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Multi-Wave Oscillator and Lakhovsky

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Here is the story of the Multi-Wave Oscillator. It is part Tesla coil, part Earth generator, pure genius. Lakhovsky's device was used in this country until 1942 and in Europe for about another 15 years. It was ordered removed from the US hospitals that were using it shortly after Lakhovsky died in 1942. He was hit by a car. Coincidence? You be the judge.

What Lakhovsky discovered was simply mind-boggling: Lakhovsky was the first to predict the existence of the double helix we now know as DNA. He postulated that all living cells (plants, people, bacteria, parasites, etc.) possess attributes that normally are associated with oscillating electrical circuits. These cellular attributes include resistance, capacitance, and inductance. These 3 electrical properties, when properly configured, will cause the oscillation of high frequency sine waves when sustained by a small, steady supply of outside energy of the right frequency. This effect is known as resonance. It's easiest to compare it with a child swinging on a playground swing. As long as the parent pushes the swing a little at the right moment (the correct 'frequency'), the child will continue to swing...

...Lakhovsky's central idea is this:

Each ring of his special antenna system radiated at a different wavelength and frequency dependent upon its diameter.

The different size rings would set up interference patterns between themselves, producing a plethora of harmonic frequencies at many different wavelengths. The patient would be then be exposed to a "Multi-Wave Oscillating Field".

[link to www.lakhovsky.com]


Then, another idea came and that was to use the Fibonacci Sequence as a means to ratio the ring's dimensions and gaps.

Here is a video done with Eric Dollard, the man that has come closest to replicating Nikola Tesla's work. More of Dollard's work can be found here: [link to www.borderlands.com] , [link to peswiki.com]

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