In the world of fringe area alternative medicine you will often hear of the Multi-wave Oscillator of Georges Lakhovsky. Georges Lakhovsky worked with oscillating electromagnetic fields in the higher radio frequency range by attempting to create a healing electromagnetic field using a radial coil in order to help the body heal itself. There has been little direct evidence that his method was effective. However, the use of oscillating weak electromagnetic fields, that have a physiological affect on the body, is the focus of my research. I believe the key to using electromagnetic fields that are helpful to biological systems lies in the form of designer compound lower frequencies.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
I find Georges Lakhavosky’s work to be somewhat complementary to my own. The problem with his approach, however, is that he did not realize that the body responds/reacts to electromagnetic fields produced by an electrical audio signal moving through an electrical coil in the audible frequency range. That is, Nature appears to respond best to the lower electromagnetic frequencies. The other aspect missing from Lakhovsky’s research is the insight that making the correct frequency match generally involves either two or three compound frequencies. There has to be this correct match and not a wide frequency spectrum. Once those key frequencies are determined, the electromagnetic field generated is a very good approximation of the molecular magnetic field of an element or molecule.
Another aspect of my work is the insight that areas in nature have their own unique molecular magnetic field. They can be matched as designer electromagnetic frequencies if one is sensitive to weak fields like I am. The weak magnetic field at a specific location can be replicated from audio recordings of that area. See Extracting Molecular Magnetic Fields from Audio for more information.
What Georges Lakhovsky did not know, but others associated with Nikola Tesla seem to have understood, is that a designer electromagnetic field can be imprinted or tuned into a host material. I use the word tune as the term magnetize does not exactly fit for materials that are not thought to be magnetic such as aluminum, glass or silicone wristbands. The tuning, in my opinion, is enhancing the molecular magnetic weak field of the material and this field is also taking on the characteristics of the matched electromagnetic field applied from the electrical audio coil. See the “Sample Frequencies” page for more information.
What I find impressive with Georges Lakhovsky is his insight that electromagnetic fields can have a positive affect on biological systems. No doubt his wide frequency spectrum application stimulated the body in helpful ways at times. However, the key to this process lies in designer compound lower frequencies. A correctly matched electromagnetic field does not require much power, as little as six watts to have a positive outcome when tuning or replicating an area-specific weak field.
So let’s update Georges Lakhovsky’s design and bring it into the 21st century. We will substitute a smart phone playing a designer mp3 or video for his oscillator and plug it into a docking station for more wattage, though we do not need much power.