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The MWO: Modern Developments

Over the years, the lack of any authentic circuit schematics of Lakhovsky's MWO created an environment of speculation. The evidence was clear from the many case histories published by both Lakhovsky and Clement, that the machine was a marvel, IF it was constructed correctly. The problem was that no one actually knew how to do it.

In the early 1990's, I wrote a number of articles for the Journal of Borderland Research on the subject of the MWO. Four of these articles were included in the last edition of the MWO Handbook, published in August of 1994. My last article was titled Lakhovsky's Multiple Wave Oscillator: The Final Approach. These articles reviewed most of what we knew at the time concerning the circuits and functions of the machine.

In July of 1993, Dutch researcher Hessel Hoornveld visited Georges Lakhovsky's son, Serge Lakhovsky in Paris. This was the first time anyone associated with the Borderlands group had actually seen a real MWO. Unfortunately, Serge was very suspicious of Hessel's motives and refused to allow him to see the inside of the machine. So Hessel's report was limited to what he could see, namely, the construction details of the MWO ring antenna/resonators. The other thing that Hessel saw was that the machine operated on much more power than we had suspected. In spite of these revelations, it was still a great "missed opportunity" to disclose the authentic circuit and method of use for this marvelous machine.

In spite of my enthusiasm about the "Final Approach" article and the schematic published in 1993, field trials of that machine were disappointing. The machines were extremely effective at producing "cell resonance" and accelerating tissue reconstruction after injury or surgery, however, these machines had "no effect" on conditions which involved infectious diseases. When these field reports started filtering back, and it became clear that the machine was only doing about HALF of what it was supposed to do, production stopped and the unit became unavailable. Only 23 were built.

Clearly, there was something still missing from my understanding of the machine, and I did not know what it was. In my attempt to find out what I did not know, I had to follow a different path of discovery.

For the next few years, I researched a great many documents concerning the field of electro-medicine in general, as well as the specific methods of using electricity and magnetism with regard to treating infectious diseases. At the end of all of this study, a simple principle emerged that was quite remarkable. In 1998, I published this research as a book titled: A Case for Electro-Therapy - Selected US Patents.

In this book, I presented information to address the following questions:
1. Can electricity be used to neutralize disease causing micro-organisms?
2. Can magnetic pulses be used to neutralize disease causing micro-organisms?
3. Do these modalities have any practical application in the treatment of cancer?
4. Is it safe to expose the tissues of the body to these conditions?

While there are dozens of patents that claim efficacy in this general field, the most important ones were granted to Dr. Steven Kaali and his associates at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. Here is an excerpt from the Summary of Invention section of US Patent #5,139,684:

"The present invention provides a new method ... for direct electric treatment of blood ... with electric field forces of appropriate strength to attenuate such contaminants to the extent that bacteria, virus, fungus, or parasites contained in the blood ... are rendered ineffective to infect or affect normally healthy human cells. The treatment, however, does not render the blood unfit for use in humans ... after the treatment."

In short, what Dr. Kaali found was that there was a narrow window where small amounts of electricity could be passed directly through the blood that would neutralize a broad spectrum of micro-organisms and at the same time, not hurt the blood at all. They discovered this process while searching for a treatment for Aids infected blood that was being donated to the Blood Banks in 1990. The method worked extremely well against the Aids virus, as well as on all other infectious agents they tested!

The first patent describes a process where extremely small amounts of direct current electricity (DC), on the order of 100 micro-amperes, is sufficient to immobilize most agents responsible for causing infectious disease. Dr. Kaali was also granted a second US Patent #5,188,738, which duplicated the results using small amounts of alternating current electricity (AC).

While dozens of patents had issued in the past showing that electricity could be used to purify water and other fluids, the Kaali patents were the first to identify the "electro-attenuation" process, which not only described why it worked, but also its extremely broad effectiveness. In spite of the fact that all of Dr. Kaali's tests were performed "in-vitro", these discoveries were adapted by others and are the basis for the class of devices that provide "in-vivo" blood purification using electric micro-currents, such as The GEM.

But devices that provide "blood electrification" can only attenuate micro-organisms in the blood. They cannot attenuate micro-organisms in other tissues, such as inside bones, joints, lymph nodes, nerves or organs. For this larger action, a different method was required to apply the micro-currents where they were needed. That method was to actually generate the necessary micro-currents directly inside those tissues by the application of electro-magnetic pulses.

That this method works is best illustrated by the following. In 1985, US Patent #4,524,079 was issued to Gunter A. Hofmann, and assigned to Maxwell Laboratories in San Diego, California. The patent is titled "Deactivation of Micro-organisms by an Oscillating Magnetic Field". This patent describes a machine that was designed to sterilize food products AFTER they had been sealed in their container. The abstract from this patent states:

"Material ... such as food products ... are disposed within a magnetic coil and subject to one or more pulses of oscillating magnetic field having an intensity of between 2 and 100 Tesla and a frequency of between 5 and 500 kHz. A single pulse of the magnetic field generally decreases the microorganism population by at least two orders of magnitude, and substantially complete sterility is more closely approached by subjecting the material to additional pulses."

What this says is that a single pulse of a strong magnetic field, under the right circumstances, can 'de-activate" over 99% (two orders of magnitude) of micro-organisms, and nearly complete sterility can be accomplished by this method with the addition of a few more pulses. When you remember what Lakhovsky said of his MWO, that "In all pathogenic cases this treatment gives very good results", it becomes even more important to understand this process.

Finally, a picture is starting to come into focus. Small amounts of electric current can attenuate (weaken) all sorts of micro-organisms, and this weakening process can be continued until the micro-organisms become unable to cause infection or even continue replicating. Since this "electro-attenuation" process even works with Direct Current, it is NOT dependent on the equipment producing a specific frequency to be effective. This process is equally effective if the electric currents are applied directly to the tissues, or if these electric currents are generated inside the tissues by electromagnetic induction.

Lakhovsky was most interested in the treatment of Cancer, as both his RCO and MWO were reported to be effective in these cases. So, how does the process of "electro-attenuation" relate to the treatment of Cancer?

To answer that, we need look no further than US Patent #4,665,898, issued to Jonathan L. Costa and Gunter A. Hofmann and assigned to Maxwell Laboratories of San Diego, California. This patent is titled "Malignancy Treatment". The abstract of this patent states:

"A body part or an animal afflicted with malignant cells is disposed within a magnetic coil and subjected to a plurality of magnetic field pulses, the pulses having intensities of between 1 and 100 Tesla and characteristic frequencies between 5 and 1000 kHz. The pulsed magnetic field selectively inactivates and/or destroys malignant cells with relatively little damage to normal tissue as compared to conventional radiation therapy procedures."

So here is the final piece of the puzzle. Cancer is susceptible to nearly the identical process that is effective for sterilizing food from all types of micro-organisms. It just takes a little longer (more pulses of magnetic field energy) to produce the desired result. This patent developed directly out of the previous one, and is assigned to the same company.

So, at this point, I believed that "electro-attenuation" might be a prime candidate for the real reason that Lakhovsky's MWO was effective against a broad spectrum of infectious diseases and cancer. The patents cited clearly claim that the process is effective against all types of bacteria, viruses, and fungi, as well as against cancer cells.

The problem was that Lakhovsky believed that "cell resonance" was solely responsible for all of the benefits that his equipment produced. In the end, it boiled down to the total power of the machine. In machines that operated at power levels below 50 watts, only the experimental models that produced a magnetic field between the antennas were the ones that produced the full spectrum of desired results.

As an example, in 1993, the MWO I built based on my "Final Approach" design did not deliver any magnetic fields to the zone between the antennas, operated at about 24 watts, and did not work in the case of infectious diseases. With this in mind, I have assumed that all of the MWOs that only have an electrostatic field in-between the antennas, such as the designs by Bob Beck and the many manufacturers that followed that model, will have similar limitations.

Lakhovsky's original RCO had an oscillating magnetic field, and it produced effective "cell resonance" and was reported to be effective against cancer. So, our "electro-attenuation" thesis concerning these earlier machines still has merit. His research simply made him believe he could get better results with higher frequencies.

The problem was that these higher frequencies were in what we now call the "micro-wave" bands, between "radio" and "infrared". These are the frequencies that could heat the cells of the body if the power levels were too high. The application of these frequencies with electrostatics, instead of electromagnetics, was Lakhovsky's answer to this problem. What we know now, is that Lakhovsky's clinical units actually operated at power levels between 100 and 400 watts. So his statements about the fact that his machines did not cause any thermal effects in the cells was probably more related to the periodic impulse nature of the signal than anything else.

We also know now that low level electromagnetic signals in the Giga-hertz range do not cause thermal effects. Both cell phones and Wifi systems operate in this range, and for the most part, do not cause significant cell heating.

All of this research leads to an understanding that there are two, viable processes for machines of this type. For high power machines, Lakhovsky's electrostatic method can be used to produce a huge, "oscillatory shock" to the cells that can induce the body to normalize a wide range of conditions through "cell resonance" alone. This method produced a very strong burst of energy to the body. Treatments lasting between 5 and 15 minutes were typical. This was repeated every 2 to 14 days, depending on the situation. Exposures were short and far apart to give the body time to de-toxify in-between sessions.

For low power machines, the best arrangement is a machine that has a basic MWO power supply and a magnetic antenna system. Machines of this type produce high-voltage capacitor discharges through a spark-gap and deliver this broad-spectrum, high frequency signal as an electromagnetic field between the antennas. This machine can produce broad spectrum "cell resonance" at lower levels, but also can produce "electro-attenuation" effects throughout the body. Power output levels should not exceed 50 watts. Exposure times are typically 10 to 30 minutes, repeating every 1 to 7 days as needed.

Both of these effects are generalized and do not target any particular condition or disease. The energy field stimulation of the MWO simply reduces stress, enhances immune functions, and promotes the natural repair processes of the body.

[written by Peter Lindemann, D.Sc., Copyright © 2010]

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any disease. The information contained here is for historic and educational purposes only.

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