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Nikola Tesla
A man of Vision

 

Decades after he died penniless, Nikola Tesla is elbowing aside his old adversary Thomas Edison in the pantheon of geek gods.

When California engineers wanted to brand their new $100,000 electric sports car, one name stood out: Tesla. When circuit designers at microchip producer Nvidia Corp. in 2007 launched a new line of advanced processors, they called them Tesla. And when videogame writers at Capcom Entertainment in Silicon Valley needed a character who could understand alien spaceships for their new Dark Void saga, they found him in Nikola Tesla.

The high tension current being passed through the body before it excites the lamps to incandescence. The loop is held over the resonating coil by Mr. Clemens (Mark Twain) From the April 1895 Century Magazine.

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Nikola Tesla
The Forgotten Wizard

Tesla was a scientist and inventor who achieved fame and fortune in the 1880s for figuring out how to make alternating current work on a grand scale, electrifying the world. He created the first major hydroelectric dam, at Niagara Falls. He thrilled packed theaters with presentations in which he ran high voltage through his body to illuminate a fluorescent light in his hand. His inventions helped Guglielmo Marconi develop radio.

Nikola Tesla sending 500,000 volts through his body to illuminate a vacuum lamp in a multiple exposure photograph [circa, 1898].

And his rivalry with Edison—called the Battle of the Currents because Edison had bet on direct current—was legendary. Tesla won the contest, when his AC equipment powered an unprecedented display of electric light at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.

Fifty years later, the 86-year-old Serbian emigré died in obscurity at a New York hotel, unmarried, childless and bereft of friends. Meanwhile, Edison was lionized for generations as one of America's greatest inventors.

Tesla appears to be sitting calmly by his 12-million volt coil in Colorado Springs... actually this is a double exposure (a technique Tesla used extensively in his research).

But Tesla has been rediscovered by technophiles, including Google Inc. co-founder Larry Page, who frequently cites him as an early inspiration. And Teslamania is going increasingly mainstream.
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Called a madman by some, a genius by others, and an enigma by nearly everyone, Nikola Tesla was possibly the greatest inventor the world has ever known. He was, without doubt, a trail blazer who created astonishing, sometimes world-transforming, devices that often were virtually without theoretical precedent. It was Tesla who introduced us to the fundamentals of robotry, computers, and missile science and helped pave the way for such space-age technologies as satellites, microwaves, beam weapons, and nuclear fusion. Yet, Tesla still remains one of the least recognized scientific pioneers in history.

Certainly he was one of the strangest of scientists -- almost supernaturally gifted, erratic, flamboyant, and neurotic nearly to the point of madness. A dandy and popular man-about-town, he was admired by man as diverse as George Westinghouse and Mark Twain and adored by scores of society beauties. Yet his bewildering of compulsions and phobias extended from such mundane subject as food and clean linen to pearls and women's ears. He was fond of creating neighborhood-threatening electrical storms in his apartment laboratory and once nearly knocked down a tall building by attaching a mysterious "black box" to its side. (He claimed he could have destroyed the entire planet with a similar device.) And because he kept so few notes, to this day we can only guess at the details of many of the fantastic scientific projects that occupied his fevered intellect

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The Genius Who Lit
the World

Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was a Serbian-American inventor and researcher who discovered the rotating magnetic field, the basis of most alternating-current machinery. He was born in Yugoslavia and worked as a telephone engineer in Prague and Paris, where he conceived a new type of electric motor which had no commutator, as direct current (DC) motors have, but instead worked on the principle of a rotating magnetic field produced by polyphase alternating currents (AC). He produced a prototype, and finding no interest in Europe, emigrated to the United States in 1884. He worked briefly and unhappily with Thomas Edison, the champion of DC, then established his own lab and continued his prodigious output of inventions. He obtained patents on polyphase motors, dynamos, and transformers for a complete AC power system.

“If Edison had a needle to find in a haystack, he would proceed at once with the diligence of the bee to examine straw after straw until he found the object of his search.
I was a sorry witness of such doings, knowing that a little theory and calculation would have saved him ninety per cent of his labor.”
Nikola Tesla quote

He formed an alliance with George Westinghouse, who bought polyphase patents for $1 million plus royalty. With Westinghouse, he engaged in a struggle against Edison to convince the public of the efficiency and safety of AC over DC. They succeeded in getting AC accepted as the electric power system worldwide. Also with Westinghouse, he lit the Chicago World's Fair, built the Niagara Falls hydro-power plant, and installed AC systems at Colorado silver mines and in other industries. By the turn of the century, he was lifted to celebrity status comparable to Edison's as the media promoted him along with the expanding electric power industry.

Experimenting independently in his Manhattan lab, he developed and patented electric devices based on the superior capabilities of high-potential, high-frequency currents: the tesla coil, the radio, high-frequency lighting, x-rays, electrotherapy. When his lab burned to the ground, he rebuilt and continued. He moved his lab to Colorado Springs in 1899, where he built a huge magnifying transmitter. There, he experimented with wireless power, radio and earth resonance and studied lightning. One of the most famous photographs of Tesla shows him in his large lab surrounded by giant bolts of lightning.

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The Missing Secrets
Of Nikola Tesla

After that, he returned to New York where, with the encouragement of financier J.P. Morgan, promoted a World System of radio broadcasting utilizing magnifying transmitters. He built a huge tower for a magnifying transmitter at Wardencliff, Long Island as the first station in the World System. He received enough from Morgan to bring the station within sight of completion, then funds were cut off and the project collapsed. He continued to invent into the 1920s, but the flow of patents was meager compared to earlier torrents which amounted to some 700 patents worldwide. His high-frequency inventions were ignored by established technology, as were the disk turbine, the free-energy receiver, and others. The media ignored him except for his birthday press conferences. At these events he predicted microwaves, the TV, beam technologies, the cosmic-ray motor, interplanetary communications, and wave-interference devices that have since been named the "Tesla howizer" and the "Tesla shield." In the 1930s, he was involved in wireless power projects in Quebec. His last birthday media appearance was in 1940.

He died privately and peacefully at the age of 87 in a New York hotel room. His personal papers, including copious lab notes, were impounded by the US government, and surfaced many years later at a Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Of these notes, only a fragment, "Colorado Springs Notes", has been published by the Museum.

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The Lost Inventions of Nikola Tesla

Tesla Coil

Tesla's best-known invention takes the spark-gap oscillator and uses it to vibrate vigorously a coil consisting of few turns of heavy conductor. Inside of this primary coil sits another secondary coil with hundreds of turns of slender wire. In the Tesla coil there is no iron core as in the conventional step-up transformer, and this air-core transformer differs radically in other ways. Recounting the birth of this invention, Tesla wrote, Each time the condenser was discharged the current would quiver in the primary wire and induce corresponding oscillations in the secondary. Thus, a transformer or induction coil on new principles was evolved Electrical effects of any desired character and of intensities undreamed of before are now easily producible by perfected apparatus of this kind. Elsewhere Tesla wrote, There is practically no limit to the power of an oscillator.

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Teslas egg rotating in magnetic field

The conventional step-up transformer (short primary winding, long secondary on an iron core) boosts voltage at the expense of amperage. This is not true of Tesla's transformer. There is a real gain in power. Writing of the powerful coils he experimented with at his Colorado Springs lab, coils with outputs in excess of 12 million volts, Tesla wrote, It was a revelation to myself to find out that ... a single powerful streamer breaking out from a well insulated terminal may easily convey a current of several hundred amperes! The general impression is that the current in such a streamer is small.

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How it works

A Tesla coil secondary has its own particular electrical character determined in part by the length of that slender coiled wire. Like a guitar string of a particular length, it wants to vibrate at a particular frequency. The secondary is inductively plucked by the primary coil. The primary circuit consists of a pulsating high-voltage source (a generator or conventional step-up transformer), a capacitor, a spark gap, and the primary coil itself. This circuit must be designed so that it vibrates at a frequency compatible with the frequency at which the secondary wants to vibrate

“My method is different. I do not rush into actual work. When I get a new idea, I start at once building it up in my imagination, and make improvements and operate the device in my mind. When I have gone so far as to embody everything in my invention, every possible improvement I can think of, and when I see no fault anywhere, I put into concrete form the final product of my brain.”
Nikola Tesla quote

The primary circuit's frequency is determined by the frequency and voltage of the source, the capacity of the capacitor, the setting of the spark gap, and the character of the primary coil, determined in part by the length of its winding. Now when all these primary-circuit components are tuned to work in harmony with each other, and the circuit's resulting frequency is right for plucking the secondary in a compatible rhythmic manner, the secondary becomes at its terminal end maximally excited and develops huge electrical potentials, which if not put to work, boil off as a corona of bluish light or as sparks and streamers that jump to nearby conductors with crackling reports.

Unlike the conventional iron-core step-up transformer, whose core has the effect of damping vibrations, the secondary of the Tesla transformer is relatively free to swing unchecked. The pulsing from the primary coil has the effect of pushing a child in a swing. If it's done in a rhythmic manner at just the right moment at the end of a cycle, the swing will oscillate up to great heights. Similarly, with the right timing, the electrical vibration of the secondary can be made to swing up to tremendous amplitudes, voltages in the millions. This is the power of resonance.


Re Violet Ray is simply a small Tesla coil with a glass electrode at one end. It puts out high-frequency electricity, which, according to Tesla, can penetrate under the layer of fat cells in the skin. This electricity apparently stimulates the immune system in many cases. It also has proven effective in some cases of tendon or muscle strain, imparting relief to the affected areas.

We have been using one around our house for about three years now. We use it occasionally on ourselves, often just to feel a little more energetic. Whenever there is a muscle or tendon strain present, we use it, and we've noted that the problems seem to clear up faster for us than for people who don't use the device. Sometimes, we have used it on guests at our house who were suffering from a variety of aches and pains, and they generally report noticeable improvement the next day.

The most dramatic instances of effectiveness have been with our dog. Once, a cyst under his skin disappeared after three treatments spread over five days. Often, when our 11-year old dog has spent a day playing too hard, he will be obviously stiff the next day. We then apply the electrode to his back for less than thirty seconds, and within an hour the stiffness always disappears.

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Electrotherapy

A a whole branch of medicine was founded on the healing effects of certain Tesla coil frequencies. Tesla understood the therapeutic value of high-frequency vibrations. He never patented in the area but did announce his findings to the medical community, and a number of devices were patented and marketed by others.

Dr. Kyochi Nakagawa of Japan. The Earth's magnetic field is not fixed in position or strength. In the last hundred years, it has weakened on the average by about 6 percent. In the last thousand years, it has fallen nearly 30 percent. Dr. Nakagawa argues that since humans evolved in a magnetic field, it is necessary for proper health. A falling magnetic field puts us at risk and magnetic Resonators makes up the deficit.
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The violet ray in healing would have been almost totally forgotten, except for one man. Around 1900, Edgar Cayce lost his voice for months and doctors were unable to help him. After he learned how to do self-hypnosis and diagnosed his own medical condition, he quickly regained his voice. Then he went into hypnosis and began to help a few friends with their health problems.Floods of desperate people flocked through his door seeking help for difficult medical conditions. In his lifetime as a “psychic diagnostician,” he gave 14,000 readings in which he mentioned using the violet ray in more than 900 readings

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Tesla had a hunch that, since his high-potential, high-frequency currents could be passed into the body harmlessly, "these currents might lend themselves to electrotherapeutic uses." He experimented upon himself. When Tesla was struck down in the streets by a New York taxi, he didn’t deliver himself over to the medicals but dragged himself up to his hotel room where, in seclusion and with the help of his own electrotherapy, he recovered from his fractures and contusions. He never patented in electrotherapy but in 1891 began publishing his observations in technical journals, and seven years later we find Tesla giving a speech to the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in which he details with drawings the high-frequency apparatus he has invented for this purpose, which included a Tesla coil.

Zero Point Energy Wand

Zero point energy wand

Tesla, a brilliant inventor and visionary, is considered the father of scalar, zero-point technology, and the Tesla Coil, the technology used in The Violet Ray, a high frequency, low amperage source of static electricity.. Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) a contemporary of Nikolas Tesla, advocated the use of the violet ray in almost 900 of his readings. Original violet ray devices were indicated and recommended in many Cayce readings

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Patients, by focusing certain frequencies on afflicted areas, or, in some cases, just sitting in the vicinity of vibrations from a device like the Lakhovsky Multi wave Oscillator, which produced a blend of specific frequencies, were said to have experienced relief from rheumatism and other painful conditions. It was even considered a cure for certain types of paralysis. Such radiation's increase the supply of blood to the area with a warming effect (diathermy). They enhance the oxygenation and nutritive value of the blood, increase various secretions, and accelerate the elimination of waste products in the blood. All this promotes healing. Electrotherapists even spoke of broadcasting vitamins to the body. Reversals of cancer tumor growths have been documented. Lakhovsky predicated science will discover, some day, not only the nature of microbes by the radiation they produce, but also a method of killing disease within the body by radiation.

LARGE TESLA COILS

Some of the experimenters who build and consistently work with demonstration coils have reported that, the more they are around the active units, the less sleep they need. Often, a generally high level of personal energy is reported, compared to times in the lives of the technicians when these coils were not being used in their presence. In this context, the extraordinary longevity and personal health of Nikola Tesla himself should be noted. He lived into his 80's, and Ralph Berkstresser has reported that the man was in perfect health right up to the last day of his life.

On two occasions, I have taken a 60-hz filtered gaussmeter to the Tesla Museum and measured fields around the Tesla coil when it is operating. Both times, a consistent fluctuation of readings was noted. This is significant, because it indicates there are several unseen phenomena occurring while the coil is operating. The gaussmeter used is a highly filtered model made by Integrity Electronics of Buffalo, NY. It is designed to detect only magnetic fields emanating from 60-hz AC lines, and to reject all other fields. Normally, the meter is used to map powerline and equipment magnetic fields that may cause health problems in homes and offices. All readings are in milligauss units (mg). Many European researchers have agreed that any level above 2.5 mg is probably bioactive.

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On both occasions, the baseline reading was normal for the room where the coil resides, with ackground fields at about .01 .03 mg. When the coil was on, fields fluctuated in a regular pattern from 1.0 - 43 mg. This pattern seemed to be precisely timed in its rise and fall, although specific time measurements have not yet been made. Most startling was the fact that, after the coil was turned off, a field reading of 22 mg was detected around a jar of salt water used in another demonstration, when no current was connected! A jar of plain salt water holding an AC magnetic field under these conditions is an unexpected phenomenon, and deserves more study.

Currently, my own hypothesis is that the magnetic fields emanating from operating Tesla coils are forming some kind of spiral or helical pattern in time and space. The patterns, because of their geometric shape, could be part of what causes bioactivity associated with these devices. Of course, this all will be looked at more closely. We plan to use a "geomagnetic" gaussmeter, which is essentially unfiltered in terms of frequency, and make further measurements under the same conditions.

Electrotherapy devices were sold directly to the public via ads in popular magazines and in the Sears catalogs. Self-treatment was widespread. This easy access to treatment of all sorts of conditions led to the eventual suppression of the technology by the medical establishment. Electrotherapy, however, is making a big comeback. In chiropractic and sports medicine, low-frequency AC and DC pulses are being used to kill pain and exercise muscles. High-frequency electrotherapy is coming back in alternative healing practices. There is an increasing appreciation of the electrical nature of biological functioning and that some electric vibrations in the environment are harmful while others are healing. Reprints of Lakhovsky's works are widely read. There is a growing conviction that cancer can be effectively treated with high-frequency therapies.

“Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality.”
Nikola Tesla quote

In his experimenting over an eight-year period, Tesla made no fewer than 50 types of oscillating coils. He experimented with lighting and other vacuum effects, including x-rays. He also experimented with novel shapes for the normally cylindrical coils, getting satisfying results from cone shapes and flat spirals. At Colorado Springs Tesla achieved phenomenally increased outputs by using a third coil resonantly tuned to the secondary. Observing the tremendous magnification this achieved, he gave much of his attention to integrating this extra coil, as he called it, into an evolved outsize tesla coil called the magnifying transmitter.

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" Were we," remarks B. A. Behrend, distinguished author and engineer, "to seize and to
eliminate the results of Mr. Tesla's work, the wheels of industry would cease to turn, our
electric cars and trains would stop, our towns would be dark, and our mills would be
dead and idle."

History of Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy
In 1898, Tesla published a paper that he read at the eighth annual meeting of the American Electro- Therapeutic Association in Buffalo, NY. He states that one of the early observed and remarkable features of pulsed magnetism was their apparent harmlessness, which made it possible to pass relatively great amounts of electrical energy through the body of a person. Coils up to three feet in diameter were used for magnetically treating the body without contact,
How cosmic forces shape our Destinies Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only
by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance.
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Does not the whole of human life attest to it? Birth, growth, old age, and death of an individual, family, race, or nation, what is it all but a rhythm? All life-manifestation, then, even in its most intricate form, as exemplified in man, however involved and inscrutable, is only a movement, to which the same general laws of movement which govern throughout the physical universe must be applicable.
Lakhovsky cancer
The amplitude of cell oscillations must reach a certain value, in order that the organism be strong enough to repulse the destructive vibrations from certain microbes.
The remedy in my opinion, is not to kill the microbes in contact with the healthy cells, but to reinforce the oscillations of the cell either directly by reinforcing the radio activity of the blood or in producing on the cells a direct action by means
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Nikola Tesla Writes About His Experiments in Electrical Healing
They affect powerfully the condition of the stomach, undoubtedly promoting the process of digestion and relieving the feeling of distress, often experienced in consequence of the imperfect function of the organs concerned in the process. They have a strong influence upon the liver, causing it to discharge freely, similarly to an application of a catharic. They also seem to affect the glandular system, noteably in the limbs; also the kidneys and bladder, and more or less influence the whole body. When applied for a longer period they produce a feeling of immense fatigue, so that a profound sleep is induced.
Source of energy of the universe
I pondered over this oldest and greatest of all riddles of physical science a long time in vain, despairingly remind of the words of the poet: .
Where, boundless nature, can I hold you fast?
And where you breasts?
Wells that sustain All life--the heaven and the earth are nursed.
Goethe. Faust
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Nikola Tesla Writes About His Experiments in Electrical Healing Some weeks ago this journal published an interesting article concerning electrical oscillations as observed by the eminent scientist, Ni(c)ola Tesla. So much interest was shown in the subject that Mr. Tesla was appealed to directly and in response to that appeal he sends to The Detroit Free Press this open letter: Nos. 46 & 48 E. Houston Street

New York, February 10, 1896

During the past few weeks I have received so many letters concerning the same subject that it was entirely beyond my power to answer all of them individually. In view of this I hope that I shall be excused for the delay, which I must regret, in acknowledging the receipt, and also for addressing this general communication in answer to all inquiries. The many pressing demands which have been made upon me in consequence of exaggerated statements of the journals have painfully impressed me with the fact that there are a great many sufferers, and furthermore that nothing finds a more powerful echo than a promise held out to improve the condition of the unfortunate ones. The members of the medical fraternity are naturally more deeply interested in the task of relieving the suffering from their pain, and, as might be expected, a great many communications have been addressed to me by physicians.

To these chiefly this brief statement of the actual facts is addressed. Some journals have confounded the physiological effects of electrical oscillations with those of mechanical vibrations, this being probably due to the circumstance that a few years ago I brought to the attention of the scientific men some novel methods and apparatus for the production of electrical oscillations which, I learn, are now largely used in some modification or other in electro-therapeutic treatment and otherwise. To dispel this erroneous idea I wish to state that the effects of purely mechanical vibrations which I have more recently observed, have nothing to do with the former. Mechanical vibrations have often been employed locally with pronounced results in the treatment of diseases, but it seems that the effects I refer to have either not been noted at all, or if so, only to a small degree, evidently because of the insufficiency of the means which have eventually been employed in the investigations.

While experimenting with a novel contrivance, constituting in its simplest form a vibrating mechanical system, in which from the nature of the construction the applied force is always in resonance with the natural period, I frequently exposed my body to continued mechanical vibrations. As the elastic force can be made as large as desired, and the applied force used be very small, great weights, half a dozen persons, for instance, may be vibrated with great rapidity by a comparatively small apparatus. I observed that such intense mechanical vibrations produce remarkable physiological effects. They affect powerfully the condition of the stomach, undoubtedly promoting the process of digestion and relieving the feeling of distress, often experienced in consequence of the imperfect function of the organs concerned in the process. They have a strong influence upon the liver, causing it to discharge freely, similarly to an application of a catharic. They also seem to affect the glandular system, noteably in the limbs; also the kidneys and bladder, and more or less influence the whole body. When applied for a longer period they produce a feeling of immense fatigue, so that a profound sleep is induced.

The excessive tiring of the body is generally accompanied by nervous relaxation, butthere seems to be besides a specific action on the nerves. These observations, though incomplete, are, in my own limited judgment, nevertheless positive and unmistakable, and in view of this and of the importance of further investigation of the subject by competent men I prepared about a year ago a machine with suitable adjustments for varying the frequency and amplitude of the vibrations, intending to give it to some medical faculty for investigation. This machine, together with other apparatus, was unfortunately destroyed by fire a year ago, but will be reconstructed as soon as possible. In making the above statements I wish to disconnect myself with the extraordinary opinions expressed in some journals which I have never authorized and which, though they may have been made with good intent, cannot fail to be hurtful by giving rise to visionary expectations.

Yours very truly, N. Tesla
The Detroit Free Press — Feb. 16, 1896, p. 16.

MWO Theory of Operation

Lakhovsky pointed out that all cells capable of reproduction contain in their nuclei "filaments" of highly conductive material surrounded by insulating media. This filament, which may be the RNA-DNA complex, is always in the form of a spiral or helix, in other words, a coil. Therefore, each will react as a tuned circuit if its resonant frequency can be approximated by an external oscillating coil.

Lakhovsky did not carry this to its conclusion; however, I postulate that by exciting the nuclei with electromagnetic energy a "charge" can be induced by the long established principle of electromagnetic induction. This demonstrably raises the energy level and perhaps the vitality of every call in the field simultaneously. Since each cell is an individual, and of slightly different physical dimensions, the exciting wavelengths must be multiple, and must span a broad frequency spectrum. Diathermy machines, limited to crystal-controlled single frequences in the 27.255 MC region, can do nothing but heat the tissue; and yet this approach, abandoned by Lakhovsky in the 1930s, can still be found in "modern" doctors offices!

The electromotive force (emf) produced by the MWO and induced in the cell nucleus, can raise the cell's metabolic rate by electrolysis, and perhaps jog the RNA-DNA "memory" and reproductive capabilities to their level at an earlier, younger age, thus the rejuvenation. Even more subtle changes might be postulated, such as a magnetic "progression" of effects as evidenced by heavy water in magnetic fields.

Perhaps, in cancer, the emf induced by the MWO raises the vitality and memory of marginal cells to normal reproduction levels. In the case of other diseases, perhaps cells given higher energy levels can more readily throw off affliction.

The MWO described here radiates a bandwith of radio frequency energy from the audio frequencies up beyond microwave frequencies. By actual measurement with standard field strength meters, this vast bandwidth of frequencies and harmonics can be shown. In fact, a bluish glow of "brush discharge" surrounds the antenna when operating. A fluorescent lamp held anywhere within several feet of the subject glows brilliantly. Within this multiple-wave range of frequencies, every cell in the body can find its ONE resonant frequency and absorb energy at its own natural wavelength.

Obviously the electrostatic energy cannot penetrate the body. This is known as the "skin effect". However, the electromagnetic component of the energy can and does permeate and will induce an emf in each cell. It is precisely this energy to which Lakhovsky attributes his almost miraculous "cures".

CURING CANCER WITH ULTRA RADIO FREQUENCIES
By George Lakhovsky

A whole branch of medicine was founded on the healing effects of certain Tesla coil frequencies. Tesla understood the therapeutic value of high-frequency vibrations. He never patented in the area but did announce his findings to the medical community, and a number of devices were patented and marketed by others.

Patients, by focusing certain frequencies on afflicted areas, or, in some cases, just sitting in the vicinity of vibrations from a device like the Lakhovsky Multi wave Oscillator, which produced a blend of specific frequencies, were said to have experienced relief from rheumatism and other painful conditions. It was even considered a cure for certain types of paralysis. Such radiation's increase the supply of blood to the area with a warming effect (diathermy). They enhance the oxygenation and nutritive value of the blood, increase various secretions, and accelerate the elimination of waste products n the blood.

All this promotes healing. Electrotherapists even spoke of broadcasting vitamins to the body. Reversals of cancer tumor growths have been documented. Lakhovsky predicated science will discover, some day, not only the nature of microbes by the radiation they produce, but also a method of killing disease within the body by radiation.

Electrotherapy devices were sold directly to the public via ads in popular magazines and in the Sears catalogs. Self-treatment was widespread. This easy access to treatment of all sorts of conditions led to the eventual suppression of the technology by the medical establishment. Electrotherapy, however, is making a big comeback. In chiropractic and sports medicine, low-frequency AC and DC pulses are being used to kill pain and exercise muscles. High-frequency electrotherapy is coming back in alternative healing practices. There is an increasing appreciation of the electrical nature of biological functioning and that some electric vibrations in the environment are harmful while others are healing. Reprints of Lakhovsky's works are widely read. There is a growing conviction that cancer can be effectively treated with high-frequency therapies. In his experimenting over an eight-year period, Tesla made no fewer than 50 types of oscillating coils. He experimented with lighting and other vacuum effects, including x-rays. He also experimented with novel shapes for the normally cylindrical coils, getting satisfying results from cone shapes and flat spirals. At Colorado Springs Tesla achieved phenomenally increased outputs by using a third coil resonantly tuned to the secondary. Observing the tremendous magnification this achieved, he gave much of his attention to integrating this extra coil, as he called it, into an evolved outsize tesla coil called the magnifying transmitter.


MWO's provide a full musical octave of resonating rejuvenation electromagnetic energy to every part of your body's cellular structure.

If you have never experienced the total excitement of a full body therapeutical electromagnetic charge that completely saturates you, then I strongly suggest you do so. Its electromagnetic rejuvenation energy resonates at many different cellular frequencies that tune (by the process of resonation) each cell in your body back to its original youthful cellular frequency.

In case you are wondering why you have never heard of the MWO before now allow me to share with you my observation. They were introduced to the public in the late 1930's. MWO helps the body automatically return back to a state of health and, at the same time, assist the body is overcoming its sicknesses and diseases.

What does it feel like to be sitting in-between the antennas of a MWO? If you have ever imagined how a battery might feel while being charged - it feels similar. Your skin can actually feel the electrical charging effects from the antennas. It is an exciting new experience to be charged by an MWO.

The idea of "Resonance" is the key to understanding the function of Lakhovsky's Multi-Wave Oscillator. The resonant frequency of cells and organs happens to be the natural frequency of health for that individual cell.

Exposure to the MWO field induces an detoxification effect/ experience as the body attempts to shed itself of accumulated toxins. An example would be the case of a cigarette smoker starting to cough more as the lungs begin a process of self cleansing in response to repeated exposure to the MWO field.

An additional effect occurs when there is a pure Etheric component of the Tesla Coil output independent of any frequencies. This Etheric or Radiant Energy component was noted by Nikola Tesla himself as being therapeutic and rejuvenating. For the special Ætheric or Radiant Energy effect to occur, the Tesla Coil must be tuned so that it becomes a series "impulse" device rather than an alternating current device.

 

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