Recently we were commissioned to produce a functional replica of the historical Multi Wave Oscillator, a device also refered to as Multiple Wave Oscillator or MWO of Dr. Georges Lakhovsky. The heavy duty Multi Wave Oscillator replica that we produced is in every significant aspect (frequency content, output power, signal envelope, phase reversal, concentric antenna etc.) virtually identical to the historical Multi Wave Oscillator Model 2 that was originally produced between 1933 and 1940. Technical specifications that we used as ... Continue Reading...
One possible alternative for afore mentioned problems, is the use of modern and innovative electrotherapeutic medical devices. When implemented properly, use of various types of electrical currents, magnetic, electric and electromagnetic fields, allows for direct modification of cellular metabolism of both prokaryotes and eukaryotic cells. Additionally, problems with varying rate of absorption into various tissues inherent in both modern and traditional pharmacopeia based therapies are largely, although not entirely, overcome by using tissue-penetrating EM fields. Surely, it is quite possible ... Continue Reading...
Over the past few decades, there have been numerous attempts to recreate the original MWO device. Some of the devices that were result of such attempts are quite inventive and imaginative. However regardless of rumours of their medicinal efficiency they were all just educated guesses as to exactly how the historical device really worked. It all changed when several original and several still functional original MWO devices were discovered in Italy. Through the efforts of two curious engineers Bruno Sacco ... Continue Reading...
Back in the period during 2000-2002 I experimented with few simple HF oscillators/plasma antenna exciters for Rife type of devices. It was a period that Dr. James Bare started to do more serious modifications on his CB based systems. During that period new historical documents surfaced and during our conversations Aubrey shared enough information to peak my curiosity regarding Beam Ray type of device. It was at that point that I realised a more versatile experimental type of device was ... Continue Reading...
Unfortunately, most information available on internet and in popular magazines is often outdated and sometimes even self-contradictory. Colloidal ionic silver dispersion (CISD) is often portrayed as some kind of panacea with no side effects which is simply not true in reality. As we will see later in article, CISD treatment might cause exacerbation of some medical conditions and it should be avoided in such cases.
A number of scientific studies have been performed on the topic of properties and effectiveness of ... Continue Reading...
I was curious to learn which parameters were important in determining effectiveness of the colloidal ionic silver dispersion and in which way production process methodology affected quality and consequent effectiveness of the end product. As starting point I had numerous internet resources at disposal. It fast became evident that a lot of presented data is contradictory and even self-conflicting.
In order to determine which statements are factual and which are just conjectures, I performed a number of experiments. My goal was ... Continue Reading...