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Documented results by European hospitals and earlier studies show reversals of the “incurables” with Lakhovsky’s device.

Georges Lakhovsky was a Russian born French electrical engineer who used technology originally developed by Nikola Tesla in 1898 to develop a Multiwave Oscillator in the early 1920’s. This machine was built based on his views that all living cells behaved like little batteries and all cells resonated at their own optimal frequencies. In the body, a group of cells for each organ function at separate frequencies. The different cells of the immune system, etc. also vibrate at their own ideal rate.

Lakhovsky’s pioneering work was published in 1935 in his book “The Secret of Life.” This ground-breaking book revealed aspects of living organisms that were scientifically proven decades later. Lakhovsky wrote that not only did cells behave like little batteries, but also they were capable of sending and receiving electrical communication. He also documented that each cell possessed a spiral helix (RNA-DNA). He noted that healthy cells could lose their equilibrium and thus vibrate at a more sluggish rate when continuously attacked by foreign microbes. He theorized that the host cells could regain their equilibrium when exposed to electromagnetic oscillations with a wide range of frequencies and their harmonics at increased amplitudes.

In 1925, Lakhovsky published a paper in Radio News called “Curing Cancer with Ultra Radio Frequencies”, based on his observations from using his Multiwave Oscillator. He stated, “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 radio activity of the blood or in producing on the cells a direct action by means of the proper rays.” He later stated “the cells with very weak vibrations, when placed in the field of multiple vibrations, finds its own frequency and starts again to oscillate normally through the phenomenon of resonance.”

Lakhovsky’s breakthrough work was tested on plants, animals and humans with successful results (for all kinds of diseases) in rebuilding cellular health- enabling the plant, animal or person to fend off the harmful microbes, regain equilibrium and live healthy lives.

Lakhovsky’s work was already used in some European countries before he moved to New York at the beginning of World War Two. In 1941, he was approached by several hospitals that wanted to clinically test his equipment. In the summer of 1941 a major New York hospital with a prominent Brooklyn urologist documented remarkable results from a seven-week clinical trial.

In 1942, Lakhovsky was “accidentally” hit by a car and was taken to a hospital although not seriously injured he mysteriously died. His device was removed from the hospital, documents destroyed and the technology was quickly forgotten in the United States. It wasn’t until the last two decades of the 1900’s that his technology began resurfacing and being used by the people of this country.

This quote by Mohandes Gandhi sums it up.

“When I despair, I remember that all through history, the way of truth and love has always won. There have been murderers and tyrants, and for a time they can seem invincible. But in the end they always fall. Think of it, always.”

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