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Welcome to our "Video's" page. This is the place where you can find video's of original Georges Lakhovsky equipment. The video's can also be found on YouTube. This page will be updated when new video's are finished.

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 Original Multiple Wave Oscillator in action

 

The multiple wave oscillator shown here is one of the machines we discovered in Italy. This multiple wave oscillator was owned and used for many years by Dr. Boris H. Vassileff and he published the medical results obtained with this machine. The multiple wave oscillator is reverse engineered and analyzed by qualified radio engineers. All our results are reported in " The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Secrets Revealed". For this analysis we have used high level measuring equipment. The eBook is very technical, however it contains also much practical information about results of experiments, the original "Mode of use" and others. An in dept technical description for a compliant Lakhovsky multiple wave oscillator is given.

 

 

Part 1: Introduction to the Multiple Wave oscillator

 

 

Part 2:  Multiple Wave oscillator in operation

In this video a copper bar is used to measure the voltage at the antennas. The copper bar is approached to the antenna rings until a spark is drawn. The distance between the bar and the antennas can then be used to calculate the voltage. The voltage at the receiver antenna is 180 degrees out of phase with the transmitter antenna. However, please note that the length of the sparks also depends on the front panel controls and the antennas spacing. In this way the electrostatic field between the antennas can be calculated. Another purpose of this video is to show what kind of sparks the original multiple wave oscillator can produce. If you carefully look you can see that the intensity is not equal along the spark.

 

 

 

 

  Influence of the quality of the ground

This video shows the influence of the quality of the ground connection on the energy transfer. You will see a short video where the electrostatic field can be seen in the time domain. The energy which reflects several times between both receiving and transmitting antenna will be damped and reduced in amount of reflections if the ground impedance is too high.

 

 

 

Original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator in action

The multiple wave oscillator shown here is one of the oldest machines we discovered in Italy. This multiple wave oscillator was owned and used for many years by Dr. Boris H. Vassileff. The unit is recovered and restored. This video shows an original Lakhovsky Multiple wave Oscillator put in action. This video shows also the measurement tool used to measure the static voltage at the antenna and shows how to use the spiral electrode in the appropriate way.

 

 

 

Original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator in high power mode

This is an historical video, never been taped before. The original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator is put into the power mode that creates "Effluvia" from the antennas. Pictures exists of this power mode taken in the period 1930-1940 but never a video is generated. The original Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator that is used for this video was once used by Doctor Boris Vassileff.

 

 

 

                  

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