Tesla’s Violet Ray Wand and MWO

updated 2016-12-21


Tesla’s Violet Ray Wand

Tesla’s Multiple-Wave Oscillator

In 1872, Dr. Alphonse Rockwell asked to read a paper before the New York Medical Society, but was turned down because “electricity was the domain of crooks.” [However] By 1890, five medical schools in New York were teaching courses in electricity. There was a great wave of interest in using electricity for medical treatment, which lasted until about 1910.

Tesla gave a lecture on Sept. 13 to 15, 1898 titled “High Frequency Oscillators for Electro-Therapeutic and Other Purposes.” at the 8th annual meeting of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in Buffalo, New York.   High Frequency Oscillators For Electro-Therapeutic and Other Purposes – by Nikola Tesla
in it Tesla refers to his Feb. 1891 paper “Phenomena of Alternating Currents of Very High Frequency”

Tesla’s knowledge shared with the rest of the world in this presentation and preceding paper, including notes and diagrams, resulted in his Multi-Wave Oscillator and Violet Ray Wand.



The Violet Ray Wand

An allied mode of Tesla’s MWO-style electrotherapy in which one does not rely upon the sophisticated MWO concentric-ring antenna is the Violet Ray. The Violet Ray Wand is another convenient means of translating electric energy into the body, but in a more focused, localized mode.

In 1892, Tesla traveled through Europe, lecturing. He met with Paul Oudin [and Arsene D’Arsonval] in Paris where they discussed ways of building electrotherapeutic devices. Paul Oudin built the first “violet ray” and wrote an article on using it to cure skin disorders the next year.
Tesla and Paul Oudin designed the first device together and   it was presented at the Worlds Fair in 1893 among Tesla’s inventions on display.

… “invented by Nikola Tesla and the prototype made its debut at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893.”

museum: early Violet Ray Wand


Tesla’s electrotherapy idea was taken up as well by Arsene D’Arsonval and Paul Ouden. One finds in the Tesla coil literature many mentions of an “Ouden coil,” when a Tesla coil is obviously meant. This has perplexed some researchers who conclude Ouden’s coil had to be special . . . Perhaps, as Tesla’s name became taboo in the media, writers and editors chose to call the device by Dr. Ouden’s name to play it safe.

The early electrical healing devices were called by several names, but were generally known as “high-frequency oscillators.” The Dental Brief first used the term “violet ray” in 1913. In 1916, the first inexpensive hand-held devices appeared in drug stores. The public accepted the violet ray and hundreds of thousands of units were sold.
Twelve companies made the devices in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and England. Drugstores had front window displays of violet rays.

Arsene D’Arsonval’s name is on many Violet Rays for sale today.

“A low-pressure inert noble gas, such as argon, contained in a glass bulb or tube is electrified by high-potential, high-frequency Tesla currents generated by a spark-type Tesla coil. The wand emits, when brought into contact with the body, an electric ray, seen as a orange, reddish or violet beam” …

Tesla himself used such a revivifying ray daily. While the MWO was never mass-produced, the violet-ray machine was actually commercially manufactured, and it became a fixture in many a doctor’s office and in many homes. Made available to the general public by a number of manufacturers in the 1920s and ’30s, one could mail-order the device from a Sears catalog.

D’arsonval High Frequency Violet Ray
ARGON electrodes – violet
10 watt 110-220 Volts AC
extremely wide range of application

. . . Eventually medicine organized to suppress this threatening alternative to its official line, which it falsely labeled “quack,” but for a time both the MWO and the violet-ray flourished, and to such a degree that it still can’t be stamped out.

Like Tesla technology generally, this high-frequency electric healing technology still persists today world-wide and underground. Borderland Sciences [Thomas J. Brown, Director] made a big contribution to the perpetuation of the technology with the publication of Tom Brown’s MWO Handbook in 1986, which is now in its fourth edition. The violet-ray machines employed compact spark-gap oscillators or Tesla coils to generate the currents.



Health is your most priceless asset.”The Violet Rays High Frequency generator has been clinically tested and approved by Dr.Noble M. Eberhart M.D, Ph D, D.C.L, formerly head of Department of Physiologic Therapeutics, Medical Department of Loyola University. … formerly head of Electrotherapy, Chicago of Medicine and Surgery … author of Eberhart’s High Frequency Manual.

… Paul Oudin began to experiment with skin disorders and found that acne, eczema and psoriasis were easily treated with the new device. After a few treatments the skin patches would begin to break up and disappear completely in two to three months. When the devices were used to [cure] warts or skin cancer, the anomalies often were removed [disappeared] within weeks. The violet ray often took away pain, and many times it was almost considered a miracle.


from an advertisement

“Most professional high frequency machines used in spas, salons and medical offices operate at a frequency of 100,000 – 2,500,000+ Hertz (cycles per second).”

“[Our] best-selling professional-grade . . . Machine which operates at an oscillating electrical current of up to 250,000 Hertz (cycles per second), is compact enough to use at home or in the treatment room where space may be limited.

“The . . . entry level devices that operate at an oscillating current of up to 100,000 Hz and are designed for those who are new to high frequency treatment. Also ideal for frequent travelers, these devices are lightweight and easy to use. They offer the convenience of portability for use at home and can be very effective when used in between spa visits or as part of one’s regular skin care routine.

*”Important Treatment Guidelines: We do not recommend using any portable home high frequency system for more than 5-10 continuous minutes per treatment, per day. Using the system for extended periods of time, could lead to early coil burnout which could void the system’s warranty. Limiting the use of the system to once per day is also a safe, recommended frequency of treatment as it allows your skin to properly process and benefit from the high frequency stimulus. Using the system more frequently, will not provide any incremental benefit. Spa and salon professionals should ensure that the portable high frequency machine is turned off for a minimum of 20-30 minutes in between individual client treatments.”



“Why does your Violet Ray cost more than some other models sold online?
“I have been offering the Violet Ray in my Online Natural Beauty Store since 2007 and this product together with our customer service both have an excellent track record. We deal directly with the manufacturer to obtain the specifications and the high quality and durability which allows for extended usage several times a day unlike other units of less durable construction which may burn out after a few weeks, sometimes just several days of use. This is why, unlike the grand majority of online sellers, I am able to offer a 3-year FULL warranty on our Violet Ray.”


www.topbeautybuy.com/ advertised an oscillation rate up to 250,000 Hertz (cycles per second)
www.beautifulonraw.com/ advertised an oscillation rate of 10,000 Hertz


“When appropriate inexpensive violet-ray electrodes were difficult to come by, experimenters found an alternative in an off-beat argon UV night-light bulb called the AR-1. I used one of these for many years.”

The seer and healer Edgar Cayce recommended violet-ray electrotherapy for his patients in some 900 readings and for a tremendous variety of conditions, including arthritis, baldness, circulation problems, nerve, spinal and debilitation problems, sprains, eye disorders, and even possession.

Violet Ray wands are available at Amazon for about $35 but my experience was that my first one died in about 3 days. I was able to exchange it for a slightly different model but it malfunctioned after about 2.5 months. I was able to see improvements in different skin conditions but because I am only guessing at time and frequency recommendations I needed more time. Now, I am willing to pay more for a more reliable model:

“We deal directly with the manufacturer to obtain the specifications and the high quality and durability which allows for extended usage several times a day unlike other units of less durable construction which may burn out after a few weeks, sometimes just several days of use. This is why, unlike the grand majority of online sellers, I am able to offer a 3-year FULL warranty on our Violet Ray.” – www.beautifulonraw.com/FAQs.html#10E


How To Use The Violet Ray Wand

Edgar Cayce

mentioned using the violet ray in more than 900 readings.
900+ readings: Edgar Cayce, Electrotherapy:Violet Ray, by category

The violet ray in healing would have been almost totally forgotten, except for one man. Around 1900, Edgar Cayce lost his voice for months and doctors were unable to help him. After he learned how to do self-hypnosis and diagnosed his own medical condition, he quickly regained his voice. Then he went into hypnosis and began to help a few friends with their health problems. Floods of desperate people flocked through his door seeking help for difficult medical conditions. In his lifetime as a “psychic diagnostician,” he gave 14,000 readings in which he mentioned using the violet ray in more than 900 readings.

The violet ray was recommended in the readings for a host of disorders– poor circulation, nervous disorders, arthritis and rheumatism, hair and skin disorders, problems with digestion and elimination, female reproductive disorders, prostate disease, cataracts-even possession and schizophrenia. One of the most frequent recommendations concerned problems related to poor circulation. When the violet ray is applied, the resultant surge of blood to oxygen-starved tissues stimulates lymphatic and capillary circulation, clearing cellular toxins and strengthening body organs. Duration of treatment ranges from one to thirty minutes.

A Cayce reading for a man with poor circulation recommended that he use the violet ray over the lower limbs every evening: “In five to six weeks, we will find the body more active mentally and physically and better fitted for physical activities.” (137-1)

When recommended for someone with arthritis, it was said to relax the body, energize the nerves, and supply additional oxygen to cells and tissues. Generally the individual was advised to apply the bulb over the area where arthritic pain was felt, and along the spine.

The Violet Ray was recommended as a tonic for exhaustion and lethargy: This will give the ‘pick up’ or the stimulation that is needed for what might be called the recharging of the centers along the cerebrospinal system…” (1196-17) … This would strengthen and revitalize the entire body, giving “incentives to the nerve centers to become rejuvenated again …” (269-1)

According to Dr. McGarey, the violet ray was very common in the early 19OOs – and easily obtained from electrical and drug-supply houses nationwide . . .
Dr. McGarey says, “it was once a favorite among osteopathic physicians to control infection without the use of antibiotics. Interestingly enough, scientists are only now beginning to recognize the profound power of light introduced into tissues to dissipate infection.”

Due to its ability to heal skin tissue, skin specialists across the county still use the violet ray on clients with acne. Beauticians use it to increase the circulation in the scalp and stimulate hair growth in clients with “falling hair” or baldness.


Cayce Health Database

some guidelines for using the violet ray appliance

Typically, the violet ray was recommended in conjunction with other
therapies such as spinal adjustments. Spinal manipulation was often
recommended before beginning the violet ray sessions.

  • Obtain a series of four to six spinal adjustments prior to using the violet ray appliance.
  • Begin with short sessions (two or three minutes) and gradually increase to four or five minutes total session time. [per day]
  • Use the appliance as directed for your condition.
  • Abstain from alcoholic beverages on days when you use the violet ray appliance.




Gladys Davis suffered from dull headaches while transcribing the first readings. She finally asked for a Cayce reading, and it attributed the headaches to eye strain resulting from bad posture. It told her to do neck stretching exercises, discard the glasses and use the violet ray three times a week. She did so, resulting in no more headaches. [thereafter] She didn’t need glasses until the age of 50 when her eyes began to change.

A woman with menopausal problems was told:by Edgar Cayce “After at least four or five of the complete adjustments osteopathically are made, we could use the violet ray in the evening before retiring to soothe the nerve forces of the body. Begin at the base of the brain, a circular motion along either side of the cerebrospinal system, extending all the way to the lower portion of the spine; then down the sciatic nerve [back of the leg] to the bottoms of the feet. Do this for periods of a week to two weeks, rest from the same a few days, and then begin again.”

Edgar Cayce mentions the use of the violet ray in eye conditions. He advised treating the third, fourth, and fifth cervicals and the first and second dorsals on the back first. He recommended treating the eyes no longer than one minute. He suggested the eye applicator to clear cataracts.

Electrical Healing and the Violet Ray; an unpublished book by Gary J. Lockhart
can be found at www.altered-states.net/barry/newsletter510/Violet.pdf



How to use the Violet Ray


Tesla Violet Ray Machine Demo   [5:33 min]   (Ignore/skip the first 25 sec. of noise)

notes: 3-4 min on face   (time limit on use of device at full power – to avoid over-heating)


(Violet Ray) Lift Wand High Frequency Machine Instructional Video   [2:43 min]


Tonya Zavasta, dealer and user   [6:50 min]

“The Violet Ray is an effective beauty tool for reducing wrinkles, eliminating acne, and treating sun damaged skin. It is also great for fighting hair loss and preventing gray hair.”
notes: 5 min on face, 5 min on hair; gray hair gone in 6 weeks


(Violet Ray) Lift Wand Review and Demo   [9:06 min]


Advanced Techniques With The High Frequency Machine Lift Wand   [4:30 min]


“High Frequency Facial Machine Skin Spot Remover Beauty Infrared Device”

The violet ray is a grandfathered device, meaning that it was produced before 1976 and is generally presumed to be safe and not subject to federal regulation. In spite of this, the FDA threatened legal action against the companies that produce them and the people who use them. The climate of official intimidation has been so strong that only one journal (Chinese Medical Journal) has published studies in the last 70 years.

Dr. Lawrence Webster Fox found only one failure in treating 100 cases of eye inflammation. There was relief in iritis but not a cure; however, the treatment’s effect on pain was magical. He treated three cases of toxic amblyopia resulting from alcohol and tobacco use. The degeneration may result in blindness. He found that about 20 treatments restored the patients’ sight.

I experienced this after months of enduring a shooting pain in the foot. I used the violet ray around the area for a minute each night, and the pain did not return. A friend had such pain in his shoulder that he was considering quitting work. The violet ray relieved much of the pain. His girlfriend had severe pain in her knees, which resulted from gymnastics when she was younger. The device relieved most of her knee pain. The device was valuable in dealing with arthritis and was often considered a miracle in rheumatoid arthritis. I lent my violet ray to a friend to help with his arthritis. In a few weeks his enlarged joints shrank to normal size.
Gary J. Lockhart



A Chinese peasant was buried in earth by a shell explosion and was unconscious when dug out. Emergency treatment restored him to life, but he lost his sight. Both eyes had no light perception, but light reflexes were present. He suffered from headaches and blindness for 18 years. After his first violet ray treatment, his headache was less severe. After the second treatment his headache disappeared, and his perception of light returned. By the fifth treatment, he was able to recognize people. After nine treatments, he was able to read numbers and words. [5 min./day?]

A woman was treated in a hospital for optical nerve atrophy. She completely lost her color vision and could only count fingers at six inches away. Doctors couldn’t help her, so she used the violet ray. After four months of treatment, she was able to read and write.

Glaucoma is one of the most trying disorders to treat. People fear eye operations, and if they wait too long their sight may be gone. A study on the violet ray for glaucoma was done in 1911. A woman had no vision in the right eye and very little in the left. She said that she was able to read and thread a needle two weeks before. Before telling her that her condition was hopeless, Dr. Samuel Risley decided to try the violet ray. She was given 10-minute applications over her closed eyelids. She then had a steady improvement in vision in her left eye.

A man had cataracts removed from his eyes. The pressure rose to 90 in both eyes, with a diagnosis of glaucoma. An operation gave him some relief for weeks, but he had pain and an inability to see. Eye drugs didn’t help him. After nothing else worked, he was given violet ray treatments. The ocular tension dropped to 50 after a month’s treatments. Most of his vision was [had already been] destroyed, but he could see a little.

A 78-year-old woman complained of excruciating pain in her left eye. The tension was 90. She was given myotics and violet ray treatments. In three weeks, the tension dropped to 50, and she felt comfortable. Then the eye tension dropped to normal and stayed there.

When the violet ray is used to treat cataracts, there is a “mackerel sky” appearance after treatment because of disintegration of the cataract. The vision is poorer for a few days, and then it becomes much better. The edge of the lens is the first to clear, where the opacity is thinnest. As the eye recovers, the ability to see green returns, followed by blue, red and yellow colors.

A 70-year-old woman had been blind in her left eye because of a childhood injury. She had a cataract on her right eye. She started violet ray treatments, and in two days, she was able to count the number of fingers a foot away and see the green leaves of the shrub in the pot beside her bed. A week later she could tell onions by sight and see the difference between peas and beans on her plate. After two months of treatment, she was able to read fine print and function normally.

A 62-year-old woman had a cataract in her right eye for four years and a cataract in the left eye for 15 years. After a week of violet ray treatments, the woman wasn’t bumping into objects so often. After six weeks of treatment, she could see bumps in the sidewalk, instead of having to feel for them. She could now distinguish faces. After three months of treatment, she was able to write and could see her sister’s face. The treatments were taken occasionally, and improvement was slow. Soon she was able to read magazines. A year after her first treatment, she could see the eye of a sewing needle and thread it.


“I have found the violet ray good for something other than the cataract protocol. I am 78 and have joined other seniors in having trouble with bruises on my hands and forearms…resulting from very slight knocks. The doctors seem to feel nothing can be done about it. They say I should have used more sun lotion in the past. The Violet Ray will break up these bruises and they will start diminishing in a day or two. It used to take a week to 10 days for them to diminish. I assume the Violet Ray stimulates the circulation and that is what begins reducing the bruise.” J.C., Dallas, TX

museum piece: Marvel violet-ray wand

The companies that made violet rays had testimonials from their customers. One wrote: “I purchased one of your Marvel Violet Rays and with it I cured my eyes that three doctors, two of them noted specialists, gave up as a hopeless case. I got results in the first treatment and could read without glasses – something I could not do before, and now I am practically cured.

Another customer wrote: “I wish to say a word in regard to your Marvel Violet Ray outfit. I have been using it on my eye for a pronounced cataract; it has nearly cured it. I have been loaning my outfit to a friend for the same trouble. He is benefited and is ordering one.” No treatment is a panacea for eye conditions, but many more cases where electricity made a major change could be cited.


May 17th, 2015
Man and his Aunt uses an old Master violet ray for wrist and shoulder and other
pains and hair restoration [6:44 min]

you may ignore his final comment about electron alignment [the cells are energized]


Vintage Energex violet ray wand kit by Sears and Roebock Co.   [0:48 min]



Literature contains a number of cases in which lightning provided a healing impetus. In 1776, Mrs. Wynne went to Dublin to consult with several surgeons because she had a large tumor in the left breast. The surgeons didn’t want to operate, so she returned home. She was looking out of the window of her home when lightning struck it and set fire to the roof. The stroke passed through her left shoulder and down her back. She tumbled to the floor and was found later that evening. Dr. Georgius Hicks visited her two days later and found that her breast tumor was smaller and softer. In a few weeks, it was completely gone. Thereafter, he decided to try electric shock to treat breast cancer. With electrical shocks, he was able to reduce the cancerous tumors and pain in two women.

Thomas Young was a farmer near Dukedom, Tennessee. Cancer began on his face, so the surgeon removed part of his lower jaw. The cancer continued to spread, and by June of 1932, he was nearly dead. He chose to spend his last days lying in bed or on a hammock under the trees. One day a sudden storm came and struck one of the trees to which his hammock was attached to. The bolt stunned him and ripped the soles from his shoes. In a few days, he began to feel better. The cancerous sores started to heal, and soon he was back to normal.

from altered-states.net/barry/newsletter510/

“Violet-ray devices should always be adjustable for intensity, the output being reduced when the diathermic effect is felt to be too hot.” – teslapress.com/electrotherapy.html


Anti-Aging Facial, professional   [1:26 min]


pacemakers, other implants
Tesla-coil devices, including the violet-ray, can disturb or destroy the operation of any sensitive solid-state device, including the cardiac pacemaker, so avoid Tesla currents if you have such an implant. By the same token, if I found myself implanted with an unwanted RFID chip or other electronic device, I would first try the violet ray in my effort to destroy it. Particularly vulnerable within integrated-circuit chips are the tiny capacitors whose dielectrics can be punctured by excessive voltages. The Tesla coil powers the violet-ray with voltages in the many thousands, safe for you at the high frequencies employed, but possibly fatal to any implanted mini-electronics. Tesla coils are inimical/[damaging] to computers and other solid-state electronics. My violet-ray apparatus often creates a little nuisance by erasing the recorded greeting in the solid-state answering machine across the room.
The wand must be held firmly to the skin or sparks will arc from its corona, producing an irritating tickle.
The ozone produced is one of the touted benefits, says electrotherapy inventor H.G. O’Neill in a patent of 1899 (No. 628,352): “Ozone in this nascent form is very much more energetic than in a free state and produces instant oxidation of all diseased matter. This form of asepsis [removal of bacteria and other microorganisms] is applicable to the entire tract of a wound or diseased surface at any depth. It is fatal to germ life and affords a means of internal asepsis.” Others have touted the release of heat in the tissues (diathermy), as well as an increase in the local blood supply and an increase in metabolic rate.

“…either violet(Argon) or orange(Neon) glowing electrodes (or a combination of both). The inert gas (either Argon or Neon) inside the electrodes which causes the glow is there only to notify you that the unit is working properly and the choice of gas has no bearing on the effectiveness of the unit.”



“High Frequency Facial Machine Skin Spot Remover Beauty Infrared Device”
“Hand holding High Frequency Instrument”

Violet Ray: A Handy Healing Device
by Elaine Hruska

One of several electrical appliances recommended in the Edgar Cayce readings, the violet ray is a rather unique instrument; during Cayce’s day it was available for use by physicians and laypeople from pharmacies or electrical appliance stores. Today, because of its positive effect on the skin, cosmetologists, beauticians, and aestheticians use it for psoriasis, acne, and hair growth.

The violet ray is a user-friendly, hand-held device that can be purchased along with a variety of glass applicators, such as a bulb, a comb-rake, or a rod, each with a specific purpose. The glass is inserted into the tip of the hand-held section. After being plugged in and turned on, the appliance becomes a high-voltage, low amperage (current) source of static electricity, whose discharge creates a violet color (hence, its name), a pleasant ozone smell—and a sizzling noise!

Special Effects of the Violet Ray

Mentioned in nearly 900 Cayce readings, the violet ray was recommended for a wide variety of conditions, . . .

Indications for Use

Ozone, a form of oxygen (O3), is produced from the combination of static electricity and the oxygen in the air. Found in the atmosphere in minute quantities, it is the familiar odor detected after a thunderstorm. In some areas it is tilized as an alternative to chlorine in destroying bacteria in the water supply. Cayce in several readings encouraged people to inhale this distinct odor of ozone, stating that it would be beneficial.

The high number of occurrences in the readings is also indicative of the wide range of health conditions for which the violet ray is recommended. (The device should not, however, be confused with the ultraviolet ray or lamp, which is also mentioned in the readings.) One of the major benefits of the device, as noted earlier, includes stimulating superficial circulation. It also has a rejuvenating effect on the nervous system, alleviates skin and hair disorders, is useful for digestive and elimination problems, promotes relaxation, helps relieve various reproductive disorders, as well as aids eye problems, arthritis and rheumatism, . . .

How to Utilize the Device

Instructions accompany the appliance when purchased. After the proper applicator has been inserted and the machine plugged in, the glass bulb should be placed in contact with the skin before the dial is turned on. This action prevents the mild static electric shock that would otherwise occur. Contact with the skin should be maintained throughout the short session (usually lasting from thirty seconds to several minutes). Turn the machine off, then remove the device
from the body to prevent another possible shock.

A common body placement of the bulb is along both sides of the spine; often a downward motion—from the cervical’s (neck) to the sacrum—was suggested. For eye problems the bulb would be placed directly over the closed eyelids; for scalp and hair problems the comb-rake applicator would be used on and around the head. Other body areas from the readings include the abdomen, chest, vaginal area, and neck, depending upon the ailment.

Many individuals were advised to take these treatments in the evening just before retiring, “…for [it] would make the body rest much better.” (1563-2)

One fifty-seven-year-old man with poor circulation and suffering from a cold was told: “We would add a very little of the electrical forces for the body, though, in the present. To do this will prevent the central nervous system batteries from running down. This should be used in the form of the violet ray—hand machine, bulb applicator…this not more than half to three-quarters of a minute just before retiring. It’ll pick the body up!” (2528-4)

Duration of application varied widely; for the majority of cases, as mentioned earlier, from thirty seconds to several minutes. Because the devices sold today can overheat due to high resistance, avoid overuse and turn off the device before ten minutes. It is advised that one begin with a short session, then gradually increase with each use, if that seems necessary and beneficial.

Frequency also varied, suggesting a wide range from daily treatments, then leveling off to several days a week, to several times a month. One woman, who was to use the appliance alongside her spine, was told: “This should be applied until there is the feeling of the whole internal forces being electrified.” (264-11) Another woman, after her second series of adjustments, was to use the violet ray “any time after that when there is the feeling of tiredness or languidness.” (1584-1)


Contrary to some written instructions, no mention is made in the readings of any oil or lubricant that is necessary to be put on the skin prior to using the violet ray. The one exception was a reading for an asthmatic, arthritic sixty-three-year-old woman who was treated several years later at the Cayce Hospital. In her second reading the following exchange took place:
“(Q) Has the Violet Ray caused any burn? (A) No. Only the body should not allow same to be used when there’s too much moisture, or too long in one place. The body may use talc powder over the portions where the appliance is applied, and we will not have burns.” (5556-2)

Since sometimes a massage was given just before the violet ray, implying that the skin would be moist, Cayce in one instance gave this instruction:

“…we would massage the body thoroughly with an equal combination of Mutton Suet, Spirits of Turpentine and Spirits of Camphor. Massage what the body will absorb, but do not have the body too damp from the properties when the violet ray (bulb applicator) is applied. Rub off the body rather dry, but let the properties be massaged into the body, or be in the skin when the violet ray is applied; for it will drive same more into those areas where there have been
the inclination for congestion.” (389-10) Another woman, advised to get a fume steam bath, followed by a hot and cold shower, then a massage followed by an alcohol rub, was told: “…(after the body is thoroughly dried from the hydrotherapy measures and the masseur’s treatment) use the Violet Ray…” (1678-1)

A number of other precautionary measures are mentioned throughout the readings, such as not using the violet ray on the same day that one is taking Atomidine or “during the times [when] the [spinal] adjustments are being taken!” (1584-1) One individual asked if “the yoga practice of Kriya [is] causing any ill effects”; she was told that “this is very well…for these exercises have a stimulating effect. However, do not use these during the period the Violet Ray is used, for that week!” (813-2)

Medicines and drugs were noted in this excerpt: “Do not take medicinal properties while these [vibrations] are being applied, see? either the osteopathic forces or the electrical treatments! Take no drugs.” (4843-1) Alcohol is also to be avoided. “Do not use in the system during the treatments…with the violet ray—for these are detrimental, and would burn tissue, with this in system.” (5525-1) even inhaling the brandy fumes from a charred oak keg might cause irritations to the body if used in conjunction with the violet ray.

Some individuals were told not to use the violet ray until they had established a better cleansing and elimination process in their systems. One woman was told “not [to] use the violet ray through the hot weather.” (3450-2) another reading explained: “When the body gets the sunshine it is not necessary for so much of the violet ray.” (325-58) also, “…if the X-ray flashes are used we would not use the violet ray…leave off the machine while the X-ray treatments are being given!” (325-64)

Though not mentioned in the readings because of modern medical procedures, persons with pacemakers should not operate the device or receive a treatment, and those with lens implants are advised not to use the eye applicator on their eyelids.

Concluding Remarks from the Readings

Several aspects of the violet ray noted in the readings include its strengthening effect on the body, enlivening the nervous system, “cleansing the blood stream itself” (2193-1), and consequently bringing the body into better balance. This balance was noted in a comment inserted in one reading: after regular use of the violet ray, Mrs. [2790]’s “glandular swelling was reduced and [a] goiter did not develop.” (2790-5)

In another reading cayce seemed to equate electricity with the life force itself: “Then…have a stimuli of the very low form of electrical forces, or added life as it were.” (1678-1) These comments, almost inserted as an afterthought, have profound meaning, inviting further contemplation.

A final comment, referring to use of the violet ray, could well apply to any treatment: “Do not make the application in a way, however, that it is just something to be gotten through with, or rid of, but do it with the intent and the expectation that it is to be a helpful experience for the body; and it will!” (2415-2)

from www.cayce.com/violet_ray_true_health.html



Tesla’s Violet Ray Wand reviews-testimonials

From those who purchased a Violet Ray Wand

D’arsonval High Frequency Violet Ray
from Darsonval and Fulfilled by Amazon Price: $31.90 + $7.49 shipping

1. ARGON electrodes – violet/blue. Power – 10 Watt. Voltage used 110-220 Volt AC. US plug.
2. oxygenates tissue producing ozone to kill bacteria and infection
3. performs cellular massage to rehabilitate cellular metabolism
4. unique treatment for heallth issues, skin problems , anti-aging
5. extremely wide range of application

This has done wonders for varicose veins. Trying it for thicker hair and also wrinkles. Too early to tell yet. But works well, and arrived quickly. Lights up with the violet color. At the price, well worth a shot. Do treat carefully though. It is glass after all!

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I researched this product before I purchased it. It has lived up to all of my expectations. My skin is softer and it has helped with darkness around my eyes.

I’m one of the people for whom this thing is practically working miracles.
I’ve used this unit only four times thus far, but I’ve used the Dermawand four times too, so that’s eight treatments. Here’s what I’ve noticed so far. I’ve noticed a quite remarkable firmness in my neck. That started happening with my first Dermawand treatment and it is still looking quite nice! My entire face is notably firmer. I can see it and feel it. The slight hollows under my eyes are improving! That I did not expect. I don’t know if that will continue to improve, but I’ll take what I got and be grateful for it. Some stubborn forehead lines seem to be slowly fading. I can’t say with certainty more than that about the forehead lines, but I do think they are looking better so I’m going to keep zapping those suckers and see what happens. They aren’t that bad and don’t bother me too much, but hey, if they can look better, why not treat them? My face is GLOWING.
Nothing has given me this much improvement in such a short time, not professional grade home peels, retinols, vitamin C serum, at home LED lights. Along with sunscreen, ALL of those things have been beneficial to some degree or another and I’ll probably continue using most of them, but this thing blows them all out of the water.

I have used this device morning and night for over 6 weeks. I had hoped that it would help with my acne, minimize pores, help with stretch marks and beautify my skin overall. Nothing happened. I used this product properly and for enough time each session. Not only was it ineffective, but one the glass attachments came out of the wand, leaving the metal connector stuck inside, so now it is broken. I have no motivation to fix it, however, because the violet ray did nothing at all for my skin. . . . I thought good things were happening the first few days too.

Works great. Item does have a smell when turned on and in use, but is completely normal due to the static charge produced. As good as the higher priced equivalent brands, but at a much better price!!

it refreshes my skin relaxes leaves my skin soft and illuminating it’s comfortable and easy to use leaves face clear takes away the looks of tirenness

It’s the best thing I ever bought for my skin care.

Love this product have used it on my face

High Frequency D’arsonval Professional Grade Device with Argon Electrodes
by NEW SPA High Frequency Facials. and Fulfilled by Amazon Price:$139.00 + $15.55 shipping

Love it! The only thing missing is instructions how to use it had to watch you tube videos

I work at a medical spa with any type of professional laser you can think of. I’m used to all of the professional machines such as cool sculpting and ultra shape, the medi pen, laser hair, Venus freeze, etc. I bought this because it’s hard to get treatments on our crazy schedules and I love it. I have only had it maybe a month but as of now it’s working great. It really works like a machine we have at the spa.

I love my device!! It really works to tighten my skin, reduce my pore size and puffiness under my eyes and wrinkles.. All over face improvement for me:)
I’m working on my neck and we will see how that goes. So far slight improvement as my face was instant.
Mary at customer service was awesome and sent me a link to a video to demonstrate how to use exactly.
Don’t plug the device in the bathroom socket or kitchen due to to much current in those areas. I blew my device out doing that but Mary replaced it right away , hassle free.
I totally recommend !!!

This Item is awesome works wonders comes packed with great care

give it three stars but I stopped using it. I didn’t see any new hair growth. might try again

Great product, it has worked like a charm since purchased (3 months or so ago), everyone can see the difference.

Love the unit works great and I can already see improvements using it.

Love it. As a Cosmetologist this equipment works well. I would recommend this to anyone that is considering one. The levels of intensity are more that sufficient. I use this all over my body, especially for my hair, insects bites(works well), my sinus, my gums. Don’t be afraid to purchase this equipment.

I used this on my combination, oily, acne prone skin. I had a large cystic pimple on my cheek and an emerging pimple on my forehead when I used this. My pores were also quite large. I used the facial attachment to give me an overall facial, and felt my skin tingling . The electrons felt and smelled like the treatment I received last time I went to the spa. I also used the rod attachment on my pimples/problem areas. After using it (and yes it does zap), I saw an instant decrease in inflammation in my cystic pimple and emerging pimple. I saw my entire face have a decrease in pore size and oiliness less than half an hour later. The next morning, my skin looks great! My pores have shrunk and feels smooth. Also, I put on a clay mask, and felt the chemicals go deep into my skin. This was a great investment!!

Update: My skin looks amazing. My pores have shrunk and oil is reduced. I still have acne, but it was due to stress and hormonal imbalance. The device clears it up much faster than before I used it. I’ve only been using it less than two months on my skin and scalp. My hair is growing faster too. One inch in a month compared to its usual half an inch.

I’ve had it for 5 months and it’s still working :) Don’t use it daily cause it dries skin.

We’ve gone thru three similar devices and this one is the best quality though more expensive. But it’s worth it. It’s more powerful and built better than its cheaper counterparts.

I have drawers full of products that have not come close to performing in months and years as well as the High Frequency D’arsonval Professional Grade Device has after the first time I used it for acne. Great product!

Really easy to use. I did see results. I have acne. I treated my acne with this product. Initially i seams that nothing is happening but by the third day of use i can see the healing process and my redness going away. My skin starts to feel really good. I will definitely recommend this product.

LCL Beauty 5 Electrode Compact Professional Grade Portable Handheld High Frequency Facial Machine
from LCL Beauty and Fulfilled by Amazon Price: $34.88

Shipping was supper fast…got the wand and began using it that day….I’m shocked at how fast it works..seeing results already…HAPPY!!!

This is my third time purchasing this product. I bought one for my mom and one for myself a year ago from the company directly. I dropped mine and broke one of the attachments. I am currently out of the country and tried to order another one but the company does not ship to APO addresses which is why I bought it off Amazon. I use it for my hair to stimulate my hair line which is thin due to tight braids. I also use it on my daughter’s scalp for her Alopecia and it definitely helps stimulate her hair growth. My mother uses her machine on her faces and really likes it. Oh, I forgot I also bought one for my mother-in-law and she has told me she uses it everyday.


High Frequency D’arsonval Home Use Device
by NEW SPA High Frequency Facials and Fulfilled by Amazon

Works great! Helps with acne a ton!!

I stumbled upon a recommendation for this product on a website I frequent. When I came to Amazon and saw what it was, I was excited! When I was in cosmetology school in the 80’s, we learned about this device, then called an electrode ray device. They were larger and more awkward back then, but we were taught about them because they work. I purchased one as soon as I could, because I have a few skin and scalp needs for one. Easy to use and lightweight. Follow the instructions, and you will not be disappointed. It does take a few treatments to see results, so have patience.

Take into account that I am the world’s worst when it comes to tolerating shocks from static electricity. I really wanted to try this product for skin rejuvenation and reduction in under-eye puffiness, but was worried about the static shock. Well, I had no reason to worry! It took me 3 days to get up the nerve to try it out, and I was very pleasantly surprised. First, the packaging is great — very protective of the multiple glass tubes but easy to open and utilize. Be aware that the on/off switch is on the bottom of the handheld unit, so it is almost impossible to try it on your hand if you are going to keep the tube against your skin before you turn it on. I had no issues with shock or sting, and found the whole experience pleasant. The biggest drawback is the printed instructions that come with it. They are rather vague and misleading. For example, they direct you to keep the tube in contact with the skin but show pictures of one-directional massage. You either have to go in circles or remove the unit from the skin to achieve this. Fortunately, if you look online for similar products, there are numerous reviews and videos that give better instructions. Also, you need to put some sort of serum on the face to achieve a glide across the skin. After washing and drying your skin, apply a small amount of your favorite skin product. The tube will glide smoothly and will assist in absorption of the serum. I used the mushroom tube for my first try. After my first use, I did not notice any real effect; however, 12 hours later, I realized there was a noticeable decrease in under-eye puffiness, apparently from stimulation of the lymphatic system below the eyes. I will update periodically on any visible skin changes as they occur.

So,I like it! I use it 2 times a day..quickly. I have definitely noticed a difference that my pores are smaller; skin is firmer. I have occasional acne and it also helps that go away much faster. I had this for about 4 months when the hand held device stopped working correctly. It has a 6 month warranty on it. I contacted New Spa customer service; they responded quickly, sent a new unit and prepaid package to return the old one. I am very happy with this purchase.

Didn’t do anything got this for my hair and have been using for a year now and hasn’t helped

The high frequency tool has been amazing. The treatments feel great. My pores are clearer. My skin feels cleaner. I use it most everyday. Great purchase.

I ordered mine in October 2011 and it is still working just like new. It has a circular knob on the bottom that as it is turned 360 degrees it increases gradually. This still works on mine 2+ years later. You can hear and feel the different intensity levels. By hear I mean that it makes a buzzing noise that gets louder as the intensity level is increased.

I use this for everything 5 minutes a day after my shower I apply lotion and use the mushroom head. It helps tightens aged skin and charges the air with ozone that smells amazing. I use to comb to help my hair grow and stimulate my scalp. I also use the mushroom on my hands and feet for diabetic nueropathy and it has help to restore my feeling somewhat but you have to stick with it. The results depend on how much time you decide to put into maintenance. Only use 20 minutes and then you have to unplug and rest. New Spa is a great company company to deal with and I have bought many of their products and have never been dissatisfied.

Bought both red and violet units for our family. Daughter has cleared up cystic acne using this device. Myself….use it twice a week and people are complimenting my skin. Noticeable difference in eyes, crow’s feet gone, and area around my lips…no more lipstick bleed. Husband has fought some weird skin condition all his life from too much keratin…..which has almost gone away completely now that he uses this unit. People have ask if I have finally used botox or other injectables but all I have done to my face was Strivectin and this wonderful machine. Downside…fragile unit. Very little instructions. Must use regularly. Upside…no surgery or injectables….and much cheaper than surgery.

I ordered this because my facialist used these wands all the time to kill bacteria under my skin and seal off any wounds from extractions. Its a really useful tool if you get the right one. However, the tool that does this is the Argon gas cathodes. These have a purple light, and provide all the antiseptic functions. This kit is not argon gas, because it is orange. I believe there is neon gas inside. Because of this, it had no effect on my acne so I ended up returning it.

This beautifully packaged D’arsonval high frequency machine arrived just two days after I placed my order. Not only does this smell, sound, and feel like my esthetician’s, but I’m also seeing the same results with only three uses of this product. Thank you for saving me a fortune and for helping me have the best skin possible.

I did a lot of research on all the models here on Amazon before chosing the New Spa High Frequency Home Use Device. You can find cheaper models here on Amazon, and even way more expensive ones. I chose this one because I liked the look of the device, and packaging way better than some other models. And $65 still isn’t a bad price to have a spa quality skin device for you own use. Have you ever had a spa facial? They can cost just about as much as that if not more if you’re getting a facial specifically for acne… An Aveda Acne Facial is $100+ for a one time treatment.. no thanks. I’m not made of money.

Now, to the use of the device. I think this device puts out more current than the one we had a the Spa, and I am totally okay with that. I like to feel the machine working its magic and killing all the bacteria under my skin and doing wonders. I love the mushroom attachment for an all over the face, neck, chest, back and shoulders. I use the rod to spot treat. I haven’t used the comb much on myself, but it feels great on the scalp. I dont use the spoon attachment much, but I’m sure I will use it more eventially. The different attachment have different stregnths. Of course the rod being the strongest because all the current is concentrated.

This is a very worthy skin care investment. I’m only 25, but I wish I had one of these in high school. They’re awesome. They work! It’s worth it.

My one and only complant with NEW SPA is that I wish that I could have gotten rods that glowed blue/violet, not orange like i have because from what I’ve read about High Frequency that’s better for acne prone skin, BUT the product is still clearing up my skin very well, I’m getting my smooth blemish free skin back. I wrote this review as someone with acne issues, but this product is a multitasker. Its good for hair growth stimulation on the scalp. skin cell renewal for wrinkles. Increases blood circulation to make what products you are using on the skin work better. Its really an awesome machine.

Also, this product ships from Flordia, and I live in Ohio so it came in the mail super fast.
If you’re thinking about High Frequency. Stop Thinking, and do it! It’s worth it.

In short, I purchased one of these models and it lasted approximately a week’s worth of use. I was able to get a replacement via warranty and had the same problem. I am currently avoiding New Spa products.

After the first few uses my acne was worse but then it cleared up and in the last six weeks I have had only one new blemish. That was about three days ago, I could see a zit starting on my nose so I zapped it like D showed me and it was gone the next day!!
I have had no issues with the product itself, but I have been very careful to follow the directions.

For 3 years i’ve been suffered from furuncles and other non stop acne on my face. It was an effect after some kind of infection (aurococcus).
I spent hundreds on different kind of make up to hide it and hundreds on treatments. But nothing was helpful. And in December, 2011 i found this device. It wasn’t expensive and i decided to try. After the first week there were no results but i didn’t stop. I did it for 2 weeks as it says in manual, stopped for 2 next weeks and after made it again for 2 weeks. It doesn’t take a lot of time but it works perfect! It’s worth every penny i spent on this devise. And it’s still in awesome condition. You should just follow instruction.


Professional Grade 7 electrodes Portable High Frequency D’arsonval Facial Device (electrodes D 12mm Neon)
from Project E Beauty and Fulfilled by Amazon Price: $89.99 & FREE Shipping

Recieved my high frequency machine from Project A Beauty and love it! Unfortunately the comb electrode was broken. I e mailed the people at Project A Beauty and they were very apologetic and made a very quick response and assured me another comb would be sent out immediately. I recieved the package much quicker than anticipated. It only took a week from overseas. Very happy with the service!

Great device! Amazing difference in skin tone. Well worth the money. Spend the extra and get this double kit because there are more device options. Great for circulation problems. Not only is it for your face and neck but use it on your toes, fingers, arms and legs too!
When my package arrived the comb was broken; I emailed the company and I had a replacement within 2 weeks. Don’t be alarmed because even though these devices are sturdy, they are fragile too. Each device is a hollow glass tube filled with gas. And because the devices are somewhat difficult to remove from the unit, pick up one of those flat, rubber grips used for opening kitchen jars you find in the grocery store. This seems to be the common complaint I read about.

I have only used this device twice so far, but I notice improvement already. I look forward to using it more. The only negative was that it comes without a user guide. I had to go onlinel and research how to use it.

I am 45 years old and I am very happy with the results. Fine lines started to disappear after the first use.

I am healing acne bumbs at lightning speed. The ugly scar on my wrist is starting to flatten and fade. My face is tighter and my neck is shrinking up into its former good looks…. how long have I used this machine…..1 DAY!!!! WOW

I love this product. I have been using it only 4 days and have seen a major improvement to my skin. The redness has gone down and the white bumps have disappeared.

Very easy to use. Clears your skin as you use it frecuently. Takes away dead cells and marks. Leaves a whiter skin. I live in Colombia and had no voltage problems

I am very pleased with my Professional Grade 7 electrodes Portable unit. After using it for a couple of weeks, I can see excellent results.
I would recommend it to everyone!

I have only used this device twice so far, but I notice improvement already.

After using this for a few weeks I have noticed an improvment in my skin. My face is less red and also my fine lines have been reduced. I also have noticed that any acne I get goes away pretty quickly. I feel that my pores look smaller. I usually have very oily skin and that has improved a moderate amount. I feel my face overall looks younger. I’m also using this on the top of my head because I have moderate hair loss. One major improvment I have noticed is that my head doesn’t get as oily. It’s still too soon to see if it will help grow my hair back but if it does I will update this review. I haven’t had to turn this device all the way up yet. I usually turn it up about 3/4th of the way. I can feel the tingle at that level. I wish I would have known about this when I was a teenager with really oily skin.




Tesla’s multiple-wave oscillator


The 19th century saw tremendous strides in the advancement of electrical knowledge. Almost all of the systems we use today for electrical production and transmission of power were developed then – [various AC motors, generators,] condensers, transformers, 3-phase power, and the rest. Nikola Tesla either invented or discovered most of these systems.

Tesla invented not just one but many things which revolutionized the world, not the least of his inventions is the ac electric motor and generator, which was declared impossible at the time, and which has changed the world. He also invented radio (not Marconi) and radar, fluorescent and neon lights. He invented a precursor to the loudspeaker. He never bothered to get a patent on it. His Tesla Coil is used in every TV set and radio. He instituted lead shielding to keep people safe around x-ray machines. A whole branch of medicine, electrotherapy, was founded on the healing effects of certain Tesla coil frequencies. He never patented in the area but did announce his findings to the medical community, and a number of devices were patented and marketed by others. He gave us the knowledge needed to produce the Electron-Microscope. He lighted 200 50-watt lamps wirelessly from a distance of 25 miles. (200×50=10,000 watts)

Tesla was able to fully construct, develop and perfect his inventions completely in his mind before committing them to paper. There are things he invented which we, today, do not know how he did it.

From his ac motor royalties alone, Tesla would have become, the world’s first billionaire had he not voluntarily given up his royalties being paid to him by Westinghouse. [Edison and J.P.Morgan were ruthlessly trying to put Westinghouse and Tesla out of business.]

from Tesla Biography

A Russian emigrant living in Paris in the 1920s, Georges Lakhovsky compiled his observations about the effect of electricity and radio waves on living organisms in a book, which he first published in 1925.

Lakhovsky also built a device he called a Multiple Wave Oscillator. The purpose of this device, a very short-range high voltage transmitter that broadcast a multiplicity of frequencies at once, was to induce currents and voltages of very high frequency into living organisms for the treatment of disease. At least, that’s what it was supposed to do. Lakhovsky’s first units simply didn’t work.

In 1931 a thoroughly frustrated Lakhovsky asked Nikola Tesla for help. Tesla journeyed to Paris that year and appeared to rework all the circuitry in Lakhovsky’s oscillator. [Tesla turned it into a Tesla Multi-Wave Oscillator:]

Shortly before his death in 1942, Tesla showed a young OSS officer how to make what he, Tesla, called the Lakhovsky oscillator. This same OSS officer, now retired, showed one other person how to build the Lakhovsky oscillator-who in turn showed an electrical engineer.

Once the electrical engineer got a hold of the prints and a huge set of books titled Nikola Tesla: Lectures, Patents, Articles, evidence began to surface that the Lakhovsky oscillator was, in fact, the creation of Nikola Tesla. “the circuits described, including the illustrations, [in Tesla’s lecture on Sept. 13 to 15, 1898] were identical to those [Tesla described as a “Lakhovsky device”] – [built] with Tesla’s help, in 1931.”



Tesla health multi wave oscillator

by George Trinkaus

Tesla had a hunch that, since his high-potential, high-frequency currents could be passed into the body harmlessly, “these currents might lend themselves to electrotherapeutic uses.” Tesla experimented upon himself. When he was struck down in the streets by a New York taxi, he didn’t deliver himself over to the medicals but dragged himself up to his hotel room where, in seclusion and with the help of his own electrotherapy, he recovered from his fractures and contusions. Tesla never patented in electrotherapy, but in 1891 he began publishing his observations in technical journals, and seven years later we find Tesla giving a speech to the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in which he details with drawings the high-frequency apparatus he invented for this purpose, which included a Tesla coil.

Tesla’s suggestions were taken up in earnest by George Lakhovsky, who perceived that the twisted-filament, coil-like structures within all living cells constitute ultramicroscopic circuits “capable of oscillating electrically over a wide scale of very short wavelengths.”

Tesla health Multi Wave Oscillator

Lakhovsky’s apparatus evolved from Tesla’s. “These circuits,” Lakhovsky wrote, “are stimulated by damped high-frequency currents from a spark gap. Thus each circuit of the transmitter vibrates not only on its natural frequency, but also on numerous MWO harmonics.” Here we must sing praises to the old spark gap because Lakhovsky observes that the frequency of his spark-gap oscillator’s basic vibrations ranged from 750 kilocycles all the way up to 3 gigacycles! And he adds that “each circuit also emits many harmonics, which, with their basic waves, their interferences and their effluvia can reach the scale of infra-red and even that of visible light.”

Lakhovsky employed spark-gap oscillators, Tesla coils, and even vacuum-tube oscillators, and he put some of these devices into patent. The Lakhovsky multiple-wave oscillator (MWO) terminates in a distinctive frequency-independent antenna consisting of a number of concentric open rings of different diameters. The MWO antenna provides full-body stimulation to the patient, who is situated a few feet distant from an antenna or between a matching pair.

. . .

Tesla health multi wave oscillator

According to Lakhovsky, treatment with the multiple-wave oscillator mobilizes the body’s own self-healing reserves. Thus the range of diseases that can be treated is infinite.

Degenerative conditions develop when the body’s self-healing reserves lose their power. Infections, cancers, inflammations, skeletal degeneration and organ dysfunctions then develop, but often such conditions can be reversed if these reserves are revived. Even fractures and cuts can be healed in a fraction of the normal time. Neural dysfunctions, from headaches to deafness to paralysis, can be normalized. The MWO has been used successfully to treat arthritis. Can any such a cure-all really exist? If there is a generalized life-force enhancer, then the answer is yes, and this may be it.

from teslapress.com/electrotherapy.html



Not only was his MWO able to return sick cells (and people) to health, but also those who used it regularly noticed that they never got sick anymore.
from www.pnf.org/mwo_review.pdf

Lakhovsky was 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.
. . . “Georges Lakhovsky had a 98% success rate in treating fatal cancers over an 11-year period.”
from altered-states.net/barry/newsletter174/

The death of George Lakhovsky

Lakhovsky traveled to New York City to visit his friend Tesla. Lakhovsky was mysteriously hit by a limousine and knocked high into the air. The three men in the limousine took Lakhovsky to a hospital against his demands to be left alone. Three days later he died in the hospital.

“George Lakhovsky was killed in freak accident just as his invention was to be proven effective by the FDA and all the machines disappeared!

“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. . . . Even the spectacular success of the New York cases were quickly forgotten;


original Lakhovsky Multi Wave Oscillators have been discovered and are being back engineered. … A “website is dedicated to reveal unknown secrets of the once famous George Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator.”
There is “an old newsreel showing a real Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator in use at a Manhattan beauty clinic, circa 1940s. This is important footage showing this legendary suppressed device in operation. It clearly shows that the “Beck” design is in error,”



In a recent Business Week cover story on cancer, oncologists and pharmaceutical company representatives stated that within 5 years, they were hoping to treat cancer like aids. With a cocktail of drugs you take for the rest of your life.

Forbidden Cures

Introduction & Overview

Organized Medicine (1), the Food & Drug Administration (2), and the Pharmaceutical Industry (3) (“The Big Three”) have collectively engaged in a medical conspiracy for the better part of 70 years to influence legislative bodies on both the state and federal level to create regulations that promote the use of drug medicine while simultaneously creating restrictive, controlling mechanisms (licencing, government approval, etc) designed to limit and stifle the availability of non-drug, alternative modalities. The conspiracy to limit and eliminate competition from non-drug therapies began with the Flexner Report of 1910.

Abraham Flexner was engaged by John D. Rockefeller to run around the country and ‘evaluate’ the effectiveness of therapies taught in medical schools and other institutions of the healing arts. Rockefeller wanted to dominate control over petrolem, petrochemicals, and pharmaceuticals (which are derived from ‘coal tars’ or crude oil). He arranged for his company, Standard Oil of New Jersey to obtain a controlling interest in a huge German drug cartel called I. G. Farben. He pulled in his stronger competitors like Andrew Carnegie and JP Morgan as partners, while making other, less powerful players, stockholders in Standard Oil. Those who would not come into the fold “were crushed” according to a Rockefeller biographer (W. Hoffman, David: Report on a Rockefeller {New York:Lyle Stuart, Inc., 1971}page 24.)

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Not surprisingly, Flexner ‘found’ that any discipline that didn’t use drugs to help cure the patient was tantamount to quackery and charlatanism. Medical schools that offered courses in bioelectric Medicine, Homeopathy or Eastern Medicine, for example, were told to either drop these courses from their curriculum or lose their accreditation and underwriting support. A few schools resisted for a time, but eventually most schools cooperated (or were closed down). A similar scenario was played out in Canada. It was attempted in England against Homeopathy, but it failed due to the personal intervention of the Royal Family who had received much relief and healing at the hands of Homeopathic healers in the 19th century. By the way, the AMA was found guilty of conspiracy against chiropractors in 1987 by a federal judge and fined a couple of million dollars. Here in America, a relentless campaign of misinformation, fraud, deception, and suppression of alternative therapies and healers has been in place for the better part of this century in order to keep highly effective alternative therapies from reaching any significant plateau of public awareness. Control is exerted through “news items” and propaganda from pro-establishment organizations like The American Medical Association, The American Cancer Society, The Diabetes Foundation, etc.; local medical boards; and government agencies like the FDA, The National Institute of Health (NIH), and The National Cancer Institute (NCI), The National Academy of Science, etc. with the full cooperation of main-stream media of course .

Over the past decades, hundreds of caring, concerned, and conscientious alternative healers have been jailed and abused like common criminals for the “crime” of curing people of life-threatening diseases in an “unapproved” manner by heavy-handed government agents who swoop down on clinics with drawn guns, flax jackets, and Gestapo manners. All the while, these same agents and agencies posture themselves before TV cameras and the public under the ludicrous pretense of being servants of the people and protectors of the common good.

The medico-drug cartel was summed up by J.W Hodge, M.D., of Niagara Falls, N.Y., in these words: ‘The medical monopoly or medical trust, euphemistically called the American Medical Association, is not merely the meanest monopoly ever organized, but the most arrogant, dangerous and despotic organization which ever managed a free people in this or any other age. Any and all methods of healing the sick by means of safe, simple and natural remedies are sure to be assailed and denounced by the arrogant leaders of the AMA doctors’ trust as fakes, frauds and humbugs Every practioner of the healing art who does not ally himself with the medical trust is denounced as a ‘dangerous quack’ and impostor by the predatory trust doctors. Every sanitarian who attempts to restore the sick to a state of health by natural means without resort to the knife or poisonous drugs, disease imparting serums, deadly toxins or vaccines, is at once pounced upon by these medical tyrants and fanatics, bitterly denounced, vilified and persecuted to the fullest extent.’


I. G. Farben was the largest chemical concern in Germany during the 1930s, when it engaged in an active cartel agreement with Standard Oil of New Jersey.
The world’s No. 1 drug firm, Merck, $4.2 billion in sales in 1987, began in Darmstadt, Germany, in 1668. Its president, John J. Horan, is a partner of J. P. Morgan Company, and the Morgan Guaranty Trust.
Each of the major drug firms in the United States has at least one director with close Rockefeller connections, or with a Rothschild bank. A director of Merck is John K. McKinley, chief operating officer of Texaco; he is also a director of Manufacturers Hanover Bank, which Congressional records identify as a major Rothschild bank. Another director of Merck is John K. McKinley, chief operating officer of Texaco; he is also a director of Manufacturers Hanover Bank, which Congressional records identify as a major Rothschild bank.





  1. In the paragraph it says “Ozone, a form of oxygen (O3), is produced from the combination of static electricity and the oxygen in the air. Found in the atmosphere in minute quantities, it is the familiar odor detected after a thunderstorm. In some areas it is utilized as an alternative to chlorine in destroying bacteria in the water supply. Cayce in several readings encouraged people to inhale this distinct odor of ozone, stating that it would be beneficial” is this safe to inhale? I’m seeing a dr. now that is performing this but a few people are telling me it damages the lungs. Is this true?

    Since your friends don’t have medical degrees, trust your Dr.
    We trust Cayce who healed people Dr’s couldn’t, and he recommended it sometimes. For more information you might do a google search on “ozone as a medical treatment” and/or “how Edgar Cayce used ozone”.

    • Bartholomeus Lakeman (Dr)

      There is medical literature: stating that Ozon can induce Asthma. I have used the nasal electrode, so inhaling ozone and every time I get severe Asthma.

  2. Just diagnosed with early onset anal cancer and am hoping to get a protocol on using the Violet Ray . I have the probe that can be inserted into the rectum but would love to know the duration of each treatment and how many a day are safe.

    Have you read this page, especially the section “How To Use The Violet Ray Wand”?
    After this, perhaps do a google search on “anal cancer and the violet ray” as what we have found is more general cancer-violet ray information.

  3. Does anyone presently manufacture reliable Tesla devices e.g. the Violet Ray Device or the MWO?

    Read this page. Several Violet Rays are mentioned and some reviewed. There has been at least 1 MWO maker. Do a google search. Good luck.

  4. I’m from China. I also produced violet ray in China. It’s used for beauty. I don’t know if it’s the same. Can any violet ray sold on Amazon have the same effect???

    Test it. If it is in the frequency range mentioned here, it should. Yes. -editor

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