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Electroculture systems, Antennas and Measurement DevicesI’m still working on this page to fill it with all the different kinds of systems.
There are different systems you can use
- Magnetic cylindrical beeswax antennes to connect to galvanised steel wire
- Magnetic Beeswax Capacitors and Antennas
- Soil Diagnostics. High Paramagnetic Volcanic Rock Dust.
- Paramagnetic Round Tower electromagnetic earth and cosmic fertilizer.
- Lakhovsky Coil Antennas
- Copper Pyramids for fertility and increased vitality
- Magnets and copper for protecting bee hives
- Scalarbeamer experiment
- Electrodynamiser Van Doorne
- Beeswax Water energizer made from Marcel Violet
1. Magnetic Beewax Antennas
The objectif of the magnetoculture installation is to increase health and welbeing of the field and so of all crops growing on the filed to give better yields with higher vitality and nutritional value.
Those Magnetic Beewax Antenna Capacitors are new system developed in 2009 from the synthesis of my personal experiments from the last ten years and the study of the discoveries and practices of Don Jose Carmen, Justin Christofleau, Philip Callahan, Marcel Violet and Georges Lakhovsky.
In 2009 I made the first magnetic beeswax antennas and installed them in a field with cabbages. The farmer had the problem of having always little cabbages of only 2 to three kilos each, after the installation, the cabbages begun to grow rapidly and healthy. They had almost 2 to 4 weeks advance on their time. When the yield was done, we measured cabbages of 6 to 9 kilos ! This without any chemical fertiliser or pesticide.
How to Use the Beewax Magnetic Antennas?
The objectif of the magnetoculture installation is to increase health and welbeing of the field and so of all crops growing on the filed to give better yields with higher vitality and nutritional value.
The capacitors are put into holes of 30 to 100 cm (76 to 254 inches deep) all around the treated field.
The holes are digged at specific places all around the field, dependend on the water veins, the energy lines, the Ley lines and solar and maximus energetic lines.
There are approximately 16 to 41 capacitors for 2,5 Acres, this depends on the magnetic energy concentration you would like to have the best results.
Or 32 to 82 capacitors for 10 Acres.
You best ask advice for a proposal to us.
For a Garden
You need minimum 5 capacitors whatever the size of the garden, one in each corner and one in the middle is the minimum to make the energy field circuit. I advice one at each 10 to 12 meters or 30 to 40 feet all around the garden and one in the middle.
The capacitors putted around the field are put in place vertically with the antenna pointing to the south. They are put in harmony with the local earth magnetic field to increase the power of it locally for the benefit of the wellbeing of all live on the field.
There is one that is also putted at the center of the field with the antenna pointing to the sky, this is to connect the energies and radiation of the universe to the field. It makes like a connection.
To detect the specefic places of your field, we come to do the installation.
We make also a report and a map or cartography of your field with some of the important energetic lines usefull for this application and with the indication where the capacitors are placed.
Magnetic Beewax Capacitors as Electrets. Free Energy for the SoilThe capacitors generates a permanent magnetic field because of the huge magnet inside.
What is more amasing is that these capacitors also generate a permanent electric field, this is probably because of the electret phenomenon.
These capacitors are real free energy generators. They generate permanent electric and magnetic energy.Photo : Electric Voltage measured on the beewax Capacitors.What is an Electret ?
In 1922 a Japanese scientist, Mr. M. Eguchi discovered in plant waxes a phenomenon he termed the ELECTRET effect. Electrets are formed in wax by the combination of heat, electricity and light. This is not a treatise on physics but in simple terms wax formed by light, with heat and electricity, into an electret is in
essence an “electrical field” magnet, that has a plus field (+) on one surface and minus (-) on the
opposite. Plant leaves are weak electrets because they are coated with wax. The charges, as in a magnet, are permanent.
2. Round Tower electromagnetic fertility enhancer.
& High Paramagnetic Rock dust to increase soil fertility.
& PCSM measurement device to make diagnostics of paramagnetism of your soil.From the discoveries and work of Phil Callahan it is known that high paramagnetic values of your soil coincide with high fertility of the soil.
We can advice you which fertilisers to use and techniques to increase this in your soil.
We propose the service to make diagnostics of your soil or fertilisers you use, about the electro physical values and paramagnetic values of it.Round Tower electromagnetic earth and cosmic fertilizerPhoto : Tower made as home for a bee Hive. The same tower in paramagnetic rock concrete can be tuned and made to put in the field and increase a lot the growth and development of the crops. You can read more about this in the Book “The Magnetic Life of Agriculture” from Philip Callahan.Such towers can also be made to enhance the fertility of the fields.
One tower made of paramagnetic rock of 6 foot high and 1 foot diameter can fertilize up to 100 acres.
The tower has to be well constructed and placed on certain energy spot where positive energetic lines crosses. The action radius would spread all over the north side of the tower in a clover like shape, this is taken into account when we decide for the spot where to place it in the field.
PCSM Phil Callahan Soil Meter
For this we use a PCSM (Phil Callahan Soil Meter) and bioelectronic meters to test oxidation, acidity, conductivity, resistivity and redox of your soil.
This gives you a good idea of the health of your soil.
You just have to send us the samples, 100 grammes of each sample, so we can make you the diagnostic and make you a report.
To increase the paramagnetic values we can advice your the best techniques and fertilisers to use. We are not selling fertilisers, we just advice you what are the best methods in our eyes to increase the wellbeing and fertility of your soil.
The paramagnetic aspect is very important, this gives the sensibility of your soil to the earths magnetic field. the earths magnetic field works like a resonator that communicates a lot of information in electromagnetic waveforms important for the health of the plants and the soil. The more the soil is paramagnetic, the more the soil is like an antenna capable to communicate and amplify these magnetic fields and electromagnetic information.
Paramagnetic Values in CGS units to measure the paramagnetic fertility value or potential of the soil.
Between 0 – 100 : Poor Soil
Between 100 – 300 : Good Soil
Between 300 – 700 : Very Good Soil
Between 700 – 1200 : Superior Soil
Between 1200 – 3000 : Good Rock Dust
You can contact me with your soil samples, so i can propose you to make the diagnostic. For this just send me the soil samples, and i write you back with the result of the paramgnetic measurements. For the price, contact me to ask.
Pyramid for the GardenA Pyramid can be a very usefull tool in the garden.
It can help to heal plants, increase growth rate, increase the vitality of seeds or increase their storage.
You can build a pyramid of any size.Here some guidelines to build a pyramid.
Use copper wire, rods or tubes for the edges. For bigger pyramid size you can make the edges also in wood but then put a copper wire on the wood to follow the edge.
Dimensions :The Height is 1,618 times the length of the Basis or Side.
1,618 is the golden mean that you use to calculate the right proportion of Height, Side and Edges.
The Edge is close to the Basis divide by 1,051.
The angle is around 51 degrees 51 minutes or in decimals 51,85Below you find the book of Les Brown, where it is described how to build a pyramid and how to work with in the garden.
Lakhovsky coilThe Lakhovsky coil is interesting to treat individual plants.
It can help to increase their energy and help them heal or grow better in stressed conditions.The opening has to be to the north, the wire of copper, the diameter is adviced to be around 30 cm. The coil is put in an angle and the ends doesn’t touch each other, it is an open coil. The wire doesn’t have to touch the plant. You can hold or fix the wire with a little wooden stem.
History of Electroculture & Magnetoculture
First, there is a large body of research in the area known as “electroculture”. Magnetoculture is a new development based on a large part of electroculture techniques and discoveries.
Who discovered electroculture?
There are some facts that proofs that it was already known by the egyptians, maybe it was already used in Babylon.
I can name some of the known past researchers, but it is quite impossible to name them all, also to include all their friends and secret collegue researchers we would never know about.
The biggest contributors of know how to the field of electroculture and magnetoculture, with their direct and indirect research, that we know about are :
Karl Lemström, Georges Lakhovsky, Marcel Violet, Nikola Tesla, Arsène Arsonval, Bob Beck, Hulda Clark, Goldsworthy, Justin Christofleau, Couillaud, Philip Forrer, Oswald Boudie, Duchatel, Hangarter, Phil Callahan, Vernon Blackman, … and many many others.
Where did appear the term “Magnetoculture”, Electroculture, Magneto agriculture?
The US patent office has a subclass 1.3 of patents named by “electroculture, magnetoculture” that is found in the class 47 “plant husbandry”. We don’t know at which date they decided to use the term magnetoculture with electroculture.
We don’t know exactly when this term appeared for the first time. We use this term because it is the most appropriate to the field of what the beewax magnetic capacitors do by using magnetic forces to increase plant growth and development.
Artificial electricity versus natural electricity
There is a huge difference on the effects on plants and life with electroculture techniques using artificial or natural electricity.
Most cases when they use artificial electricity the experiments show negative results or sometimes positive but rarely more then 30%. With natural electricity systems on the contrary, the results can be amasing up to threefold or fivefold previous yields.
Artificial electricity create negative torsion fields and certain electromagnetic frequencies that are mostly bad for living organisms.
Passiv antennas receiving, amplifiing and emitting natural electricity gave far better results. The results are mostly positive and can be record yields with also much higher quality of the food and vegetables then before. At the same time, this is no surprise. This is also very interesting int he way that natural electricity is everywhere around us and free to use.
Consciousness and electroculture
Electricity is touching the invisible. When we say invisible we are also close to the spiritual world. Our brain and our hearts also develop “invisible” electromagnetic fields that reach meters or even kilometers around us. This can be detected with special sensitive measurement devices. Our thoughts and emotions can change those fields and it interacts with all life around. Positive feelings and thoughts gives far more positive results then negative ones. This seems very logic and it is confirmed my multiple scientific evidence, also on plant growth and health.
Electroculture antennas are acting like antennas of those invisible forces, this helps to explain why certain people have less resultst then others. In most cases their own consciousness seems to play a major rule.
Video below : John Burke speaks about ancient stone structure with electromagnetic fluctuations, that can be used for seed energizing and give better yields. Like also pyramids. There is a stratification of the air electrically. High electromagnetic charges in certain ancient stone chambers.
Researchers and their work,
close to the field of electroculture :Karl Selim Lemström
One of the pioneers from Sweden, Karl Selim Lemström, a physicist from the University of Helsinki, published an English translation of his results as long ago as 1904. Lemström carried out several field experiments in which he exposed growing plants to electric fields from overhead wires, creating a voltage gradient of about 10 kilovolts per metre. The wires weren’t directly connected to the plants, but small currents could reach the plants via ions in the air. The plants flourished under these conditions, producing a harvest almost one-and-a-half times that expected.
In Britain, Vernon Blackman—a plant physiologist based, like Goldsworthy, at Imperial College—set about staging similar experiments. Between 1915 and 1920, he ran field trials on oats, barley, winter-sown wheat and clover-hay mixtures in three different areas of the country. He charged wires above his test plots to between 40 and 80 kilovolts for six hours each day.
Blackman was convinced that the electricity was having an effect. Of his 18 field trials, 14 showed increased yield. Nine had yields over 30 per cent higher than expected. Oats and barley were up 22 per cent compared with the control plots. Tests on plants in pots seemed to confirm this, with maize and barley plants flourishing under the wires. When Blackman made the wires negative instead of positive, the effect persisted, just as it did when he substituted alternating currents for direct currents. He recorded successes with currents as low as 10 picoamps (10 x 10-12 amps) flowing through the plants, but currents above 10 nanoamps (10 x 10-9 amps) reduced growth.
Although the tests now sound rather eccentric, they were taken seriously at the time. Blackman was a distinguished professor and a Fellow of the Royal Society, who was known for his meticulous eye for detail. His work also had official approval and interest from the electroculture committee of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries.
So why aren’t we eating electrified crops today? The trouble with electroculture was that it didn’t always work. When botanists in the US tried similar tests they drew a blank. “There was a huge controversy about this and people were at one another’s throats virtually,” says Goldsworthy. “The subject died a natural death just before the war.”
And here the matter rests. On the one hand, the positive results could have been caused by something other than electricity. Equally, the failures don’t necessarily mean that electricity has no effect. In fact, if Goldsworthy is right then mixed results are predictable. Electrified plants that have geared themselves up for a soaking might well respond poorly if that soaking doesn’t come, as must often have happened in the field trials with artificial currents. The failure of the American experiments may also have been due to high background voltage gradients from sandstorms, says Goldsworthy. These could have stimulated the control plots and obscured any effect of the treatment.
If the effect was real, I ask, then surely we’d expect to find plants growing particularly well near power lines. “People have occasionally reported greener areas under power lines,” says Goldsworthy, with a mischievous grin, “but you can’t be certain that it’s an effect of the electricity, because birds sit on power lines and what do birds do when they’re sitting around?”
There is no doubt that plants respond to fertilisation by bird droppings, but can they detect and respond to environmental electricity? There is evidence that they can, says Goldsworthy, and this further supports his idea. For a start, small electrical currents—carried by ions such as hydrogen, calcium and potassium—flow through certain plant cells. These currents, which measure around 0.1 microamps per square centimetre, appear to play a key role in plant development.
In developing seaweed eggs of the genus Fucus, for instance, an electrical current defines the eventual axis of the growing plant. Calcium ions flood into the cell at one particular site—and this region eventually becomes an anchoring structure, called the rhizoid. In other plants, too, including oat seedlings, cell currents seem to define the direction in which growth occurs, with growth taking place parallel to the current.
“Electricity was first harnessed in evolution as a means of controlling growth,” says Goldsworthy. “It’s more fundamental than the use of electricity by animals in nerve impulses.” Electricity is important for cell growth in both plants and animals and, in an intriguing series of experiments, Goldsworthy and his colleague Minas Mina believe they have discovered how it might work.
They studied the currents flowing into and out of tobacco cells growing in tissue culture using a device called a vibrating probe. This has a vibrating head which picks up tiny voltage differences between two points in space. With enormous ingenuity, the researchers modified an existing apparatus, using a loudspeaker to produce the vibrations and a wooden kebab skewer to carry those vibrations to the voltage sensor.
In this way they could make long-term measurements around individual cells, monitoring currents of around 0.1 microamps per square centimetre. They then exposed individual cells for a few hours to “artificial” currents an order of magnitude bigger than the natural currents. After switching off the artificial current, they tested the cell again. The current pattern had changed, with the cell tending to become repolarised in line with the applied current. This could explain the observation that plant cells apparently alter their own currents and bring them into line with those of nearby cells, says Goldsworthy.
Further tests showed that cells only respond to an artificial current if their environment contains calcium ions. One interpretation is that the response is the work of voltage-gated calcium channels—special proteins that sit in cell membranes and act as doorways for calcium. When they sense a change in voltage across the membrane, they flip open and let calcium ions stream into cells.
Goldsworthy’s point is that this mechanism could also be used to sense atmospheric electricity, provided the currents induced by a thunderstorm were similar in magnitude to those that cells can detect. “Having got an electrosensing mechanism in the plant, it would be very surprising if evolution hadn’t made use of it for other purposes,” says Goldsworthy. “It’s done it in animals—you get all sorts of electroreceptors in fish—so why not in plants?”
The fact that the mechanism depends on calcium could be highly significant. Calcium is a ubiquitous cellular messenger that switches on enzymes within cells, an effect that could underpin the increased growth that sometimes seems to follow electrical stimulation. And the calcium connection may also explain why electroculture experiments aren’t always successful. “Calcium stimulates the cell to do whatever it’s programmed to do,” explains Goldsworthy. “I like to think of it as being the `accelerator’ of the cell. And the response you get will depend on what gear it’s in—forward or reverse.”
Goldsworthy has also tested the powers of electrical stimulation in his lab by applying a current directly to cultured plant tissues. His aim was to induce polarisation in groups of cells to increase the level of collaboration in building structures such as shoots. Working with his colleague Keerti Singh Rathore, he used tiny electrodes to deliver between 1 and 2 microamps, for long periods, to collections of undifferentiated cells from tobacco plants. The effect was extraordinary. Growth rates increased by around 70 per cent and the cultures developed up to five times as many shoots.
The method was patented, but it hasn’t made Goldsworthy a rich man. Applying the current directly using electrodes made the technique labour-intensive. And when the researchers tried to achieve the same result using alternating currents in metal grids above and below the cultures, the only result was a greening of tissue.
What about other practical applications? If there were a revival of interest in crop electroculture, for instance, might we end up sitting down to a meal of supercharged salads and galvanised courgettes? Goldsworthy says it might be possible, but could well be uneconomic because of the large capital investment involved. And it might not always work.
“Where I think it might work,” he says tentatively, “is in seed treatment.” Tests carried out in Russia, he explains, have shown that electric currents may trigger germination of seeds such as cherry and barley. This could reflect a natural mechanism by which seeds germinate after thunderstorms, when conditions are right for growth. If seeds could be persuaded to germinate more uniformly by treating them with electricity, there would be benefits for growers.
After our interview, I talked to half-a-dozen plant scientists about Goldsworthy’s hypothesis. Some think it’s a neat idea, but—as you would expect with any speculative notion—the general feeling is that more evidence would be welcome. “There is something there,” says Paul Lynch of the University of Derby, “we’re constantly surprised by what plants can do.”
Another reaction comes from Mark Tester of Cambridge University: “Plant growth certainly appears to be affected by experimentally applied currents passing through their tissues, and these currents may well be similar in magnitude to those beneath thunderclouds. But this would be a highly sophisticated response to what would be a very rare event for many
Sources : Internet articles and books
Photo below : Lakhovsky coil put on a little tree. Experiment in 2005 by Yannick VD in France.
Georges Lakhovsky, Bioelectric Pioneer (1869-1942)
Photo above : You see a Lakhovsky antenna placed round this plant. This plant was sick and became again healthy by the use of this antenna. Experiment done by Yannick Van Doorne, 2003. In the page links you can download a document how to make your own Lakhovsky coil to use in your experiments.
Photo : One of the first experiments of Lakhovsky with his antenna coils. Germanium plants with one plant treated with a Lakhovsky antenna coil. All the plants were inoculated with cancer and only the one with the coil healed and survived.
Exerpts taken from article by Ken Adachi, http://educate-yourself.org/be/lakhovskyindex.shtml
Georges Lakhovsky, a Russian engineer who had emigrated to France before World War I. In 1929, Lakhovsky published a book in French called The Secret of Life. A few years later it was translated into Spanish, German, and Italian, but it was not until September, 1939 that it was finally published in London in English; precisely the month when Hitler attacked Poland and kicked off World War II. The book received almost no attention in the English press or from the North American medical establishment.
What Lakhovsky discovered was simply mind boggling: He postulated that all living cells (plants, people, bacteria, parasites, etc.) possess attributes which normally are associated with electronic circuits.
Lakhovsky compared a living cell with and electronic circuit that can receive and emit electromagnetic waves or energy.
These cellular attributes include resistance, capacitance, and inductance. These 3 electrical properties, when properly configured, will cause the recurrent generation or oscillation of high frequency sine waves when sustained by a small, steady supply of outside energy of the right frequency. This effect is known as resonance. It’s easiest to compare it with a child swinging on a playground swing. As long as the parent pushes the swing a little at the right moment (the correct ‘frequency’), the child will continue to swing high and continuously. In electronics, circuits which generate these recurrent sine waves can be called electromagnetic resonators, but more commonly they are referred to as oscillators. Lakhovsky tells us that not only do all living cells produce and radiate oscillations of very high frequencies, but they also receive and respond to oscillations imposed upon them from outside sources. This outside source of radiation or oscillations are due to cosmic rays which bombard the earth continuously. This stupendous realization, achieved during the golden years of radio, not only led to a new method of healing by the application of high frequency waves, but broadened appreciation for the newly emerging field of hidden science known as Radionics or Radiathesia.
When these outside sources of oscillations are in sympathy, that is they are exactly the same frequency as that produced by the cell, the strength and vigor of that cell will be reinforced and become stronger. If, on the other hand, these outside frequencies are of a slightly different frequency, rather than reinforce the cell’s native oscillations, they might dampen or weaken them, resulting in a loss of vigor and vitality for that cell. The cells of disease causing organisms within an infected person, produce different frequencies than that of normal, healthy cells. For people or plants suffering from disease conditions, Lakhovsky found that if he could increase the amplitude (but not the frequency) of the oscillations of healthy cells, this increase would overwhelm and dampen the oscillations produced by the disease causing cells, thus bringing about the demise of the disease causing cells trying to set up shop in the body. If he pumped up the amplitude of the disease causing cells, their oscillations would gain the upper hand and cause the person or plant to become weaker and more ill. Lakhovsky viewed the progression of disease as essentially a battle between the resonant oscillations of host cells versus the oscillations emanating from pathogenic organisms.
He initially proved his theory using plants.
In December, 1924, he inoculated 10 germanium plants with a plant cancer that produced tumors. After 30 days, tumors had developed in all of the plants. He took one of the 10 infected plants and simply fashioned a heavy copper wire in a one loop, open-ended coil about 30 cm (12″) in diameter around the center of the plant. and held it in place with an ebonite stake . The copper coil acted as an antennae or a tuning coil, collecting and concentrating oscillation energy from extremely high frequency cosmic rays. The diameter of the cooper loop determined which range of frequencies would be captured. He found that the 30 cm loop captured frequencies that fell within the resonant frequency range of the plant’s cells. This captured energy reinforced the resonant oscillations naturally produced by the nucleus of the germanium’s cells. This allowed the plant to overwhelm the oscillations of the cancer cells and destroy the cancer. The tumors fell off in less than 3 weeks and by 2 months, the plant was thriving. All of the other cancer-inoculated plants-without the antennae coil- died within 30 days. In his book, Lakhovsky shows pictures of the recovered plant after 2 months, 6 months, and 1 year. Three years later, with the original coil left in place, the plant grew into a very robust specimen.
Taking his cue from the germanium experiments, Lakhovsky then fashioned loops of copper wire that could be worn around the waist, neck, elbows, wrists, knees, or ankles of people (or animals) and found that (given enough time) much relief of painful symptoms were obtained. These simple coils, worn continuously around certain parts of the body, would invigorate the the strength of the human cells and increased the immune response which in turn took care of the offending pathogens. At the time, when news spread of the success achieved with these “Lakhovsky Coils“, many Europeans were clamoring to get their own and often had to wait for months due to the backlog. One of the main reasons why so many people find copper wrist bracelets effective and beneficial is because the bracelet is functioning as a Lakhovsky Coil (it’s also providing minute trace amounts of copper to the body, which helps too). To achieve the Lakhovsky effect, it’s important that the coil (or bracelet) is “open” and made of copper. Closed rings simply don’t work.
Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO)
Geroges Lakhovsky publication of the English version of The Secret of Life at the very outbreak of World War II went unnoticed and little reviewed, but Lakhovsky’s reputation for obtaining dramatic results with his amazing Multi-Wave Oscillator gained world wide attention nevertheless. By 1941, he had made his way to New York, escaping the Nazi occupation of France. Mark Clement, in The Waves that Heal, describes how Lakhovsky was approached by many people and organizations hoping to capitalize on his MWO therapy. A film was made by an ” enterprising beautician” which featured several cases following treatment with the MWO that “proved to be both interesting and convincing” . Lakhovsky was also approached by several hospitals in New York hoping to test his apparatus experimentally. Remarkable results were obtained from a seven week clinical trial performed at a major New York City hospital and that of a prominent Brooklyn urologist in the summer of 1941. Later editions of The Secret of Life detailed many of these cases. What seemed like a promising development in the use of the MWO in America quickly faded after Lakhovsky unexpectedly died in New York in 1942 at the age of 73. His equipment was removed from the hospital and patients were told that the therapy was no longer available. Except for this brief trial in New York, Lakhovsky’s work remained completely unknown to the American public. Even the spectacular success of the New York cases were quickly forgotten; an unlikely lapse of memory in the natural scheme of things. It seems that hidden hands were at work when it came to obliterating the memory of Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave Oscillator in America.
The Bob Beck Rescue
Lakhovsky’s name and achievements probably would have continued to remain unknown in America had it not been for the efforts of Dr. Bob Beck, D. Sc.. In1963, Bob found an original Lakhovsky MWO stored in the basement of a well known hospital in southern California. He managed to gain access to the machine and opened it up to see what was inside. He undoubtedly examined Lakhovsky’s US patent of the Multi-Wave Oscillator as well (US patent # 1,962,565). He then wrote a series of articles which were published in the Borderlands Journal that explained how the MWO worked. A number of people began building their own MWO’s based on Beck’s articles in Borderlands. Later, in 1986, Borderlands put together a big manual called The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Handbook which was updated and revised again in 1988, ’92, and ’94. The Handbook includes a compilation of informative articles by many authoritative researchers on the MWO, including translated articles by Lakhovsky himself.
MWO in Operation
The MWO works by producing a broad range of high frequency pulsed signals that radiate energy into the patient via two round resonators: one resonator acting as a transmitter and the other as a receiver. The resonator is constructed from a series of open ended circular copper tubes terminated with ball shaped knobs. The copper tube rings nest one inside the other, but none touch each other. The ring assembly is held in place with silk thread in Lakhovsky’s original design. Each ring has its open ended termination placed 180 degrees opposite from its adjacent ring. The machine generates a very wide spectrum of high frequencies coupled with static high voltage charges applied to the resonators using spark gaps.. These high voltages cause a corona discharge around the perimeter of the outside resonator ring that Nikola Tesla referred to as an “electric brush”, but Lakhovsky used the French word, “effluvia” or “effluve”. The patient sat on a wooden stool in between the two resonators and was exposed to these energies for about 15 minutes. These amplified, artificially produced multiple frequency waves sped up the recovery process by stimulating the resonance of healthy cells in the patient and in doing so, increased the immune response to the disease organisms. Lakhovsky early experiments with radio frequency generators used a device he called the Radio Cellular Oscillator, but later switched to an older 19th century design static generator called a Rhumkorff Coil which was able to sufficiently excite the resonator coils while avoiding the potential for thermal damage to the patient, which greatly concerned Lakhovsky. The MWO produced fundamental waves from 750,000 cycles per second up to 3 billion cycles per second with the harmonics of these fundamental frequencies extending the covered range much higher yet.
The circuit design and materials used by Dr. Beck are not exactly the same that Lakhovsky used, but Beck’s design reportedly achieved good results. The design of Beck’s resonators vary in a number of ways from Lakhovsky’s. Bob mounted his nesting rings as flat copper foils on a PC laminate board, rather then using open suspended copper tube rings as Lakhovsky did. Bob was looking for a strong enough discharge energy to cause corona flashing between each of the copper foil rings while Lakhovsky’s corona was only seen on the outer ring of the assembly. Lakhovsky’s tubing coils hung suspended in space by the silk thread, allowing them to physically and electrically vibrate at their natural resonant frequency, a significant point of design.
Philip S. Callahan
He made known the importance of paramagnetism for the health of the soils and developed specially for this a measurement device useful for farmers and agriculture researchers.
Definition of paramagnetism: The atoms or molecules of a paramagnetic substance have a net magnetic spin such that the spins are capable of being temporarily aligned in the direction of an applied electromagnetic field when they are placed in that field. This produces an internal magnetic field (magnetic moment). They differ from magnetic substances (such as iron, nickel, & cobalt) where such spins remain aligned even when they are out of the applied field, e.g. are permanent. Magnetic susceptibility is measured, according to the physics handbook, in millionths of a CGS unit (Centimeters Grams Second), 1 × 10-6 CGS, or µCGS.
What does this mean for agriculture? All volcanic soil & rock is paramagnetic, (from 200 to 2,000 µCGS). According to Dr. Callahan’s research, a soil magnetic susceptibility reading of 0 – 100 µCGS would be poor; 100 – 300 µCGS good; 300 – 800 µCGS very good; & 800 -1200 µCGS above excellent. This force can be added to soil, where it has eroded away, by spreading ground-up paramagnetic rock (basalt, granite, etc.) into the soil.
Dr. Callahan estimates that 60 to 70% of this volcanic paramagnetic force has been eroded away worldwide. Soil should be “alive” with living organisms e.g. bacteria and earth worms, plant material (compost) & the rich soil paramagnetic force. Mineralization of the soil by adding separate minerals does not necessarily mean that the paramagnetic force has been added. For more information about paramagnetism, we recommend Dr. Callahan’s book, ”Paramagnetism – Rediscovering Nature’s Secret Force of Growth”
Philip S. Callahan and his discoveries
Philip S. Callahan, Ph. D., schooled as an entomologist, was stationed in Ireland as a radio technician during World War II. He has written two books dealing specifically with his discoveries there of the seemingly magical properties of the ancient Irish round towers and of certain rocks and rock powders.
Titled Natures Silent Music and Paramagnetism, these books are available from his
publisher, Acres U.S.A. (P. O. Box 91299, Austin, TX, 78709, telephone 800-355-5313, website
In an epilogue, Dr. Callahan says (page 194) that the most important principle he wants to impart is that we must “treat rocks, stone and even the soil as antenna collectors of magnetic energy waves.” He points out that, in his opinion, the ancient Celtic round towers of Ireland are conical antennas, that rocks are
antennas, and that even soil is a flat ground antenna if it contains enough volcanic, paramagnetic rock.
The other side is the diamagnetic force of the organic matter, which, he assures us, is just as important.
It stores the water, but the paramagnetic forces control its evaporation.
Much of this same information is repeated or summarized in his second book, Paramagnetism, but Dr.
Callahan introduces an additional aspect when he describes (pages 80 and 81) the need for an
inexpensive, hand-held meter for measuring the paramagnetism of soil samples. It turns out that he, working with others, has developed just such a device.
Dr. Callahan’s meter is named the P. C. Soil Meter (PCSM), which, he explains, can be interpreted as
either the “Paramagnetic Count Soil Meter” or the “Phil Callahan Soil Meter,” whichever you choose. The
wonderful thing, he says, is that this meter can be bought for only $500 to $1,000 instead of the $4,000 to $5,000 cost of other meters of this type.
Dr. Callahan also postulates that paramagnetic soils are essential to the health of plants. He has demonstrated that paramagnetic soils transmit electromagnetic energy from the atmosphere to plants and that this transmission of energy can be enhanced by the presence of certain structures in close proximity to the plants.
Exerpts from the book “Paramagnetism” from Philip Callahan :
FLOWER POT FARM EXPERIMENT
Take two plastic flower pots. Fill both with potting veilfrom the same bag. One pot should be left plein. In the otherpot, place a paramagnetic stone or sandpaper model of a roundtower (15 to 60, proportion of diameter to height) end place itin the middle of a plastic (non-paramagnetic) flower pot. Takea pack of garden radish seeds end plant them 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep, about 3 or 4 seeds per hole, around the pots. Water each day with the exact same measured amount of water. Aftereight days of 70-80_ growing temperature, puil them up endweigh the root’s “held in place” soil. The astonishing results demonstrate plant control by the paramagnetic force. Notehow the roots end veil mimics the energy force pattern of a man-made radio station (based on weight).
Please note, I do not ask my reader to believe what I say, but I do ask them to see for themselves.
Belleek radio range. Patterns secured due to presenee of course-bending antennae.
The ELF growth pattern force of energy focused into theground by the paramagnetic soil, round towers, or rock cen beeasily plotted by planting radish seeds around the rock, roundtower, or in veil mixed with ground up rock.
In this red sandstone tower example it will be noted thatthe tower is oriented with th door facing east toward the rising sun in mid- September in Gainesville, Florida . In such system, the least energy is to the east resulting in slow growth end small plant size and the greatest energy is to the west producing fast growth end large plant size . Side growth is intermediate. Such a plot based on plant size end root-dirt weight at an eight day harvest, is very similar to plots of energy from my World War II radio range station in Belleek.
The largest root growth, with the most fine rootlets, is at top left to the west of the round tower. The smallest is at east at the lower right. The north growth at the top right is slightly smaller than the south growth at bottom left.
The higher growth rate and root complex is always off the sharp corner of such highly paramagnetic rocks. I first noticed this growth effect while climbing cliffs and searching rock canyons for eagle and falcon nests as a youth.
Note energy is weak at front entrance and strong along the sides end rear. This model is of a Vermont megalithic stone structure. Constructed of diamagnetic wood interior and paramagnetic pink granite exterior.
It appears that most healing/religious structures such as gothic cathedrals, round towers, and megalithic tombs are facing east so that the week energy is at the entrance and the strong energy is at the back where the altar of hearing chamber is located. There is also stronger energy at the sides, where the arms of the tomb cross the main tuinnel as seen in gothic cathedrals.
PICRAM, Photonic Ionic Cloth Radio Amplifier Maser,is my name for the patent (No. 5,247,933) I obtained for myELF (extremely low frequency) antenne detector. It is mounted directly on the Tekmeter oscilloscope input with no leed. On the 5 mV range, it accurately measures ELF atmospheric waves generated bylightning which are detectable even underground in soil. These waves stimulate plant root growth.
The PICRAM is constructed by soaking wool-linen clothor burlap in seawater. The doth is connected to a simple banana plug at the corner end wrapped around the plastic of the plug where it is held in place by two rubber bands.
Harry Kornburg, my patent co-author, translated the Hebrew which describes such a piece of cloth worn by the Jewish High Priest. It enhanced his immune system in order that he could safely examine lepers like those sent to him by Christ. The bible is by far the best science book for low energy systems ever written. The Hebrew name for my PICRAM ELF detector is Shatnez. It was worn as a long ribbon strap wrapped around the high priest’s body. Dielectric : A nonconductor of electric charges that undercertain conditions cen be a semiconductor, insulative substance.
Marcel Violet 1886-1973, Stanislas BignandMarcel Violet was a French scientist, engeneer and inventor. He continued to do research on the work of the effects of high frequencies on water treatment.
He inspired him from the work of Bignand and Lakhovsky.
In this field he developed a electric device to treat the water with specific electrical discharges generated by a bee wax capacitor. He talks also about cosmic rays and grass effect in the frequencies of the electricity discharge. The discharges were sended directly to the water. The effects on plant growth, development, seed germination and health were profound.Photo : Carrots, the two left are untreated carrots, the right one is from a treated seeds of carrots. The seeds were soaked 8 hours in treated water.
He wrote a very interesting book, that you can only find in french.
Photo below : left photo : potatoes untreated, right photo : Potatoes were sprayed with treated water. Potatoes germination is much faster and with more germs.
Photo below : Big Antenna to increase the fertility of agriculture fields with the use of the electricity collected from the air.A selection of very interesting books to discover,
related to the pionneers of electroculture,
from before 1990 or some even before 1930 :
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