Dr. Georges Lakhovsky

Dr. Georges Lakhovsky

  • Position: Multi-wave oscillator (An alternative medical device)

Personal experience & biography

Although the use of electricity for therapeutic purposes began in the 18th century, systematic research into the effects of electrical signals on biological organisms only began at the beginning of the last century. The development of electrical engineering, as well as discoveries in molecular biology and medicine, have made it possible to understand the phenomena that occur in living tissues under the influence of electric and magnetic fields. Russian engineer Georges Lakhovsky, born near Minsk in 1870, moved to Paris in 1894 with the intention of continuing his education at the famous Sorbonne University. Together with medical student friends, he continues his education in the field of anatomy and physiology.

At the end of the First World War, Mr. Lakhovsky devoted himself entirely to scientific disciplines.

He collaborated with well-known names of the time, the physicist Oudin and Professor d'Arsonval, a pioneer at the time in the field of using high-frequency electromagnetic fields for medical purposes.

As early as 1893, Professor d'Arsonval designed and built an electronic device that generated high-frequency electromagnetic fields and was successfully used in medical and therapeutic practice.

Lakhovsky's theory amazes with its accuracy, because the theories practically confirmed today in the field of molecular biology almost completely coincide with the ideas that Lakhovsky described in his book.

Using his device, d'Arsonval treated a large number of patients in Paris health facilities suffering from a variety of diseases and came to conclusions that provided a significant basis for the theory that Mr. Lakhovsky presented and published in his book “Secret of the life”. .

According to Lakhovsky's theory, each living cell of a biological organism is a miniature electrical vibration system that has its own characteristic vibration frequency.

If this frequency changes for any reason, the cell loses its vitality and dies.The reasons for this can be chemical poisons, pathogenic microbes, parasites, but nowadays also strong electromagnetic fields emitted by various technical devices.It is interesting that somehow at the same time the Russian electrical engineer Semyon Kirlian discovered the possibility of recording electrical visual phenomena arising from the interaction of cells and a high-frequency electric field.

This property of the organism to create a kind of “diagnostic fingerprint” is now known as Kirlian photography.

The fundamental property of this device that makes it unique is the creation of an electric field in which a large number of frequencies are represented almost simultaneously.

If a station with a disturbed “frequency mode” is under the influence of this field, it finds “its typical” frequency and absorbs energy at this frequency.

Enriched by the discoveries and encouraged by the therapeutic results of his contemporaries, Mr. Lakhovsky continued his research and in 1924 built his first device, completely different from any known at the time, and called it the “multi-frequency oscillator.”

He will soon publish his second book, “The Origin of Life,” in which he further completes his “multifrequency theory of the living cell.” Doctors who used it to treat many diseases describe their therapeutic experiences using the Lakhovsky device in the clinics of Italy, Austria and France at the time.

In 1940 Mr. Lakhovsky went to America, where he lived with Dr. D. Kobak continued to treat numerous patients in New York hospitals with his multifrequency oscillator.

Mr. Lakhovsky dies in 1942 and Dr. Kobak continued to work with his devices until 1958.

The results were fascinating, so the Lakhovsky oscillator was also used in veterinary medicine in many countries such as Austria, Belgium, Canada, Italy, Germany, the Philippines, America, Russia and many others.

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