If you are considering to buy a replica (accurate copy) of the original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator, you must have noticed there are various “Multi-Wave Oscillator” devices advertised on the internet for sale. Some of them are well built, and many have very little in common with the original devices produced by Dr Georges Lakhovsky’s former company Laboratoires COLYSA between 1931 and 1940.
In 2009, three original and still functional Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillators have been discovered in Dr Vassileff’s former offices in Italy. Through the efforts of MultiWaveResearch team that includes Bruno Sacco, Jean Claude Dupuy and Tony Kerselaers, those devices were meticulously analysed and reverse engineered. Bruno Sacco and Tony Kerselaers published their findings in the e-book “The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Secrets Revealed”. (visit their website). It is practically the only reliable source of available historical and technical data on the original Multiple Wave Oscillator devices.
According to their technical analysis, we made the list of 9 essential features to look into when buying a replica of the Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator, that are critical for achieving the effects of the original devices.
1) The main resonant frequency of high voltage resonator coils should be within the frequency range of the original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator devices.
The high voltage resonator coils should be made in such a way to prevent the formation of electrical corona and the resulting damage to the wire insulation. All of the high voltage cables should be heavily insulated (in the modernised version it is replaced with the coaxial cable with its shielding grounded for safety reasons).
2) Twelve split-ring resonators that make up each Lakhovsky MWO antenna should be made of metal pipes suspended in space to shape and direct the signal radiation lobe towards the opposite antenna.
Although planar antennae would work to some extent, their behaviour is different from the tube split-ring resonators. The antennae should be able to be easily rotated into the upper or lower vertical position.
3) Transmitted and reflected signals should be reversed in phase by 180°, thus cancelling each other between the antennae.
It is crucial for the transmitted and reflected signals to cancel each other thus forming the point of the high scalar potential. The cancellation of signals seems to be one of the fundamental principles of how the Lakhovsky Multi-Wave Oscillators work. If the transmitted and the reflected signals would not cancel each other, the effects of the device would be significantly different from the original MWO.
4) The output voltage potential should be adjustable, and the input voltage and current monitorable.
The operator of the device should be able to precisely set the desired operating conditions and monitor the input parameters.
5) The discharge pulse rate of the V-type quenched spark-gap should be precisely adjustable and repeatable.
The operator should be able to adjust and set the pulse rate precisely while monitoring the spark gap operation through a UV protected control window. The spark gap must be capable of fast spark quenching action and repeatability of the adjustment.
6) Cabling is done properly
The cables have to be ozone resistant and also provide an extra element of safety. Internal cabling of electrical mains and HV transformer output sections should be protected from ozone-induced decay. External high voltage cabling is functionally a part of the primary tank circuit, which means that in case of failure of the cable insulation there is an increased risk of accidental electrical shock that could be very dangerous due to a significant amount of energy stored in high voltage capacitors. The quality of grounding and the length of cables determine the shape of the signal envelope, which appears to be a crucial factor in the proper operation of the device.
7) The device enclosure should be made of metal and electrically grounded.
Grounded metallic enclosure reduces substantial radio-frequency interference and provides safety from any possible electrical shock to the operator. The most suitable way to shield the environment from RF interferences is to use the entirely grounded metallic enclosure.
8) Crucial components should be robust and durable.
All of the critical parts/components should be adequately robust and capable of withstanding any possible electrical extremes to operate reliably for many years, i.e. high voltage capacitors, primary tank wires, spark gap, safety spark gap, high voltage transformer and high voltage resonators.
9) The replica set should contain historically used accessories including a capacitively coupled footplate and a pair of hand-held spiral applicators.
The original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillators were each equipped with a capacitively coupled footplate and hand-held spiral applicators for focusing high-frequency displacement currents to specific treatment areas. They are described in the historical notes as an essential part of the procedures used by Dr Lakhovsky and Dr Vassileff.
Please use this list of essential features as a guideline when evaluating different offers on the market.