Multiwave Oscillator in detail
The use of high frequency/voltages at low current (in amperes) in living organisms such as plants, humans and animals has been the subject of medical interest for almost 100 years. The technique was invented around 1890 by Dr. Nikola Tesla, a brilliant scientist, who also discovered alternating current. Thanks to him, we can make use of electricity in the house, street lighting, etc. Since then, a lot of equipment using this technique has been put on the market.
The original device, the basis for the MWO therapy, came from the French scientist George Lakhovsky, who worked in Paris around 1920. He developed the vision that genes and chromosomes in all living cells are constantly in motion. He further argued that they function as small radio transmitters and receivers. In addition, they would have a resonant frequency due to their size, shape and capacity.
When cells are exposed to a wide range of electro magnetic waves from the lower part of the electromagnetic spectrum, they absorb energy that suits their resonance frequency when exposed to that energy, provided the strength of the magnetic waves is not too strong or too weak.
Lakhovsky has done a lot of research on the impact of this theory. However, the established order was not charmed by the fact that he had developed a successful method.
Experiments with very high voltages have shown, with expert use, that physical pains can be treated very quickly and effectively. It also appeared that infections and wounds heal very quickly. These high frequencies and voltages cannot be applied directly to the body.
The energy is led through a gas-filled lamp (argon or neon) or through an antenna system.
After a period of about fifteen to twenty minutes, the cells no longer absorb energy. If the exposure to magnetic waves lasts longer, the energy is rejected by the cells and no longer used. The energy of this device cannot damage or destroy a living cell.
Lakhovsky’s Multiwave Oscillator was successfully used in Europe in the 1920s and 1930s, especially in England, Germany, France and Italy. The equipment was large, heavy and expensive (relatively speaking). It was therefore only used in hospitals.
The ‘Multiwave Oscillator Therapy’ has been further developed over many years through repeated experiments, improvements and optimization of the equipment. Especially through the reactions, advice and experiences (and also research) of people who use the equipment, the current device has come into being.
The electrical and chemical aspects of the human body, and the relationship between these elements, have been increasingly recognised in recent years. There is growing attention for these subjects. The phenomenon of electrostress and polarisation is also becoming much clearer and can be discussed. In conclusion, from experience in practice, more than 80% of all disorders are caused by mental and physical overload due to electrostress. We now know that a negative electrical charge depolarises the cell membranes. Electricity can be used, just like chemicals, in many different ways for medical purposes. Some chemicals are dangerous and harmful, others are useful because of their healing properties.
A current study shows that the immune system is activated by using the MWO for 15 minutes every day. We know that imbalance in the immune system is the source of many diseases. It now also seems to have been demonstrated that the MWO activates the detoxification process. Initial conclusions from the research now underway indicate that 15 minutes of MWO use daily provides up to 300% of the detoxification that our body provides during the night.
CAUTION: Not all electrical energy or current can work this way. If the quality, frequency, flow quantity and other factors are unbalanced, major damage can occur to the cells and nerves of the body, with the associated serious consequences.
Required Voltage: 220/240 Volt
Voltage output: to second ring of antenna plus minus 30 to 120,000 volts
Current output: current less than 200 microamperes.
Argon lamp: 30,000 volts, lamp is conductor of energy (argon gas).
Frequency response of antenna radiation is 750,000 to three billion per second. The frequency response is calculated and related to the inside and outside diameters of each of the 18 copper rings, as well as aperture space. These rings are 0.5 resonant wavelength antennas. Power consumption is on average less than 100 Watt, the MWO is fused with a 5 Amp fuse.
Setting time: Timer up to 60 minutes.
Variable 'Fine Tuning' (focusing) and variable 'Pulse Strenght' (pulse strength).
Wavelengths: 10 cm to 400 metres.
Frequencies: 300 Hz - 12.300 Mhz.
Specified values are subject to change.
Never turn MWO on near anyone with a pacemaker. Treatment of persons with a pacemaker is also prohibited. People or animals with metal parts in the body may not be treated with MWO. Or the treatment should be carried out under the supervision of an expert. If the person or animal to be treated is taking medication, the treatment must be built up slowly. Do this in consultation with the attending doctor or therapist.
Do not use the MWO in the vicinity of vulnerable electronic equipment such as computers etc.
The use of the MWO is entirely at your own risk.
When you have received the Multiwave Oscillator, it is important that you unpack it carefully.
When you have connected it, you can activate it by pulling out the “On/Off button”. Do this in a quiet way, without putting too much force on it.
The knob with which the pulse is set (Pulse Strenght) may under no circumstances be turned counter-clockwise. Always turn them clockwise.
Never turn the knobs unnecessarily hard or roughly. Handle with care.
Use of Argon lamp
Connect the cushion to the red connector on the MWO and connect the lamp to the black connector. This is because there must be a transmitter and a receiver. The lamp is the transmitter and the pillow is the receiver.
Sit on the cushion and place a finger against the lamp or place the lamp in the area or point to be treated.
Turn on the timer and immediately set the ‘Fine Tuning’ controller to two hours. Then slowly turn up the Pulse Strenght knob until the lamp lights up clearly. Play with ‘Fine Tuning’ until you have a nice stable light. With the ‘Pulse Strenght’ you can adjust the power. The lamp may become warm, this is important, but never too warm.
You will now be charged and treated.
Clean the lamp with a disinfectant. When cleaning with alcohol, remove the lamp from the fitting.
The timer automatically switches off the MWO. You can also turn back the timer yourself.
Set everything to zero (be careful not to turn the Pulse Strength counterclockwise).
No matter which output or return you use, both have the same function.
Use single printplate antenna
Slide the antenna on the pole and place the connectors in the MWO. Connect the cords to both terminals of the MWO and to both terminals of the circuit board antenna.
Turn on the main switch. Set the timer. Now set the ‘Fine Tuning’ dial to two o’clock and slowly turn the ‘Pulse Strenght’ dial to the right until you see the sparks jump to the PCB antenna.
The spark should be visible on the outer edge. Make sure you have a nice stable sound. That is all you need. Over time, you will notice that there are carbon tracks on the board, this is normal and does not affect the result.
Check again after 3-5 minutes. The timer automatically switches off the MWO.
Reset everything to zero.
N.B. Clean the printplate antenna regularly with alcohol.
Use of the Lakhovsky antennas
Connect the Lakhovsky antennas via the cables. You will find a connection in the button on the outer ring. Plug in the connector of the cable and the other one into the MWO. Make sure the wires are hanging freely. It is no problem if the wire touches the outer ring.
Take a seat between the Lakhovsky antennas. The best place for the antennas is on the sides of the body. This will treat the entire body.
Turn on the main switch and set the timer. Set the “Fine Tuning” button to two o’clock and slowly turn the “Pulse Strenght” button until you hear the ticking. Adjust both buttons so that you hear a nice, stable sound. Again, the strength of the sound does not determine the result. It does if it makes you feel good. See the demo online.
Do not touch any cables that lead to the antenna. It can have an unpleasant effect, but it is not harmful.
After about 3-5 minutes, check the setting again.
The timer automatically turns off the MWO.
Now set everything to zero!
Connecting the Rife Tube
When everything on the MWO is at zero, connect both cords to the Rife Tube and the MWO.
Set the timer. Now turn the “Fine Tuning” to the right and set it to two o’clock. Now slowly turn the ‘Pulse Strenght’ knob to the right.
The Rife tube will now give a nice light and emit broad spectrum frequencies. Set the tube so that you see a nice tight light. You should not set the power high because the tube needs very little energy. The lamp should burn in a calm and relaxed way.
Combination Rife tube and printplate antennas
When everything is set to zero, connect the cords to the plug in the middle of the printplate antenna and to the MWO connectors. The other set of cords from the outer jack should be connected from the printplate antenna to the Rife tube.
Adjust the MWO so that the Rife tube burns calm and relaxed. You will notice that on both printplate antennas sparks can be seen. This is how it should be. This is a powerful setup and it is recommended to do this after a number of standard sessions.
Combination Rife tube and Lakhovsky antennas
When everything is at zero, connect the cords to the third ring of the Lakhovsky antennas and to the connections of the MWO. The other set of cords connect to the outer ring of the Lakhovsky antennas and to the Rife tube. If you find it easier to place the Lakhovsky antennas inside out (connections on the inside), this is no problem.
Again, the same principle applies, quietly set for a nice relaxed sound and a stable light in the Rife tube. This combination is very powerful and recommended if you have had a number of standard treatments.
Use of cushions
Place the therapy cushion on a wooden or plastic chair and insert the connector into the connection point on the MWO.
Plug the connector of the other cushion into the other connector on the MWO. It can be placed under the feet. Both outputs on the MWO are the same, color does not matter. There is no plus or minus. It is a bipolar system.
Take a seat on the cushion.
Turn on the main switch and set the timer. Set the ‘Fine Tuning’ dial to two o’clock. Slowly turn the Pulse Strenght knob to the right until you hear the ticking of the MWO. Attention: Doesn’t the ‘Pulse Strenght’ button turn back? Don’t force it! Switch off the MWO for a moment and then turn the knob clockwise until it is back to zero. Now you can turn the device on again and continue the normal procedure.
You will now be charged with energy; with the ‘Fine Tuning’ controller you can control the speed of the number of pulses. You can play with both controls. It is important that the sound is stable. The force does not determine the result.
On the website of the MWO is a demo and shows you how to get started. Go to downloads on the site and create your account and login. Here you will find the demo and more information: www.multiwaveoscillator.nl.
The timer switches off the MWO automatically. You can also reverse it. Set everything to zero. Leave the main switch on if you continue treatment.
So you can just sit on the cushion and the other cushion for example under your feet do. Another possibility is that you place one cushion behind the back and the other under your feet.
Violet Ray Glass Electrodes
Meditech Europe has an extensive range of glass electrodes that can be used in combination with the Multiwave Oscillator.
To work with the glass electrodes it is important to know how to use them.
To work with the glass electrodes, you need a hand unit to which the glass electrodes are connected.
When connecting the glass electrodes, make sure that this is done accurately and carefully due to the vulnerability of the glass electrodes.
When you connect the cable of the hand unit to the Multiwave Oscillator, in the black input. Also make sure that the cushion is connected to the red input and that the user actually sits on the cushion. This is because of the grounding. If you do not do this, the electrode cannot do its job.
When you are ready to use the electrode, switch on the Multiwave. Make sure that the pulse and spark buttons are still closed. You have the hand unit with the glass electrode in your hand and turn the buttons very slowly and quietly until you hear a very soft sparking sound. When you hold your hand against the glass electrode, you will see a light glow in the electrode and you will feel a slight irritation. This should be a pleasant stimulation and should under no circumstances be an unpleasant experience. If an annoying feeling occurs, adjust the pulse and spark buttons to a pleasant position.