Evidence based psychotronics: Georges Lakhovsky

… Early Psychotronics Pioneer, Developed Devices That Rejuvenated Animals

Georges Lakhovsky, one of the greatest pioneers of early psychotronics, was born on September 17,1869, in Minsk, then in the Russian Empire, and now the capital of the nation of Belarus. He was an engineer, scientist, author, and inventor, and he used his controversial medical treatment invention, the Multiple Wave Oscillator (MWO), to rejuvenate animals, treat cancer, restore hair, and treat numerous other human and animal ailments. Lakhovsky later moved to New York City, and in 1942, at the age of 72, he was struck by a limousine and died three days later of his injuries. (1)

After graduating from the Engineering Institute of Odessa in the Ukraine, he went to France in 1894. There he attended lectures in physics at the Sorbonne University, and studied anatomy at the Medical Faculty of the University of Paris.

In 1911, when he was seriously ill, doctors predicted he would soon die. However, instead of falling into depression, Lakhovsky completely immersed himself in work, since he wanted to make use of every precious moment allotted to him of his remaining life. It was during this time that he developed his theory of cellular oscillation, and he began studying the effects of short electromagnetic waves on biological objects. (1)

As a result of these studies, and later, when his own health had improved, he created his own devices, and in 1923 he constructed a shortwave oscillator which allowed him to prove his theory of cellular oscillation. He applied for patents for his inventions, and received a French patent (patent number 601,155) on October 18, 1924, and a German patent (patent number 427,695) on May 26, 1925. (1)

In 1925, Lakhovsky wrote an article for Radio News Magazine, entitled “Curing Cancer With Ultra Radio Frequencies.” Also in 1925, while in France, he was the author of a book Le Secret de la Vie; les Ondes Cosmiques et la Radiation Vitale (The Secret of Life; Cosmic Rays and Radiations of Living Beings ). In this book and in later editions and revisions, translated by Mark Clement, Lakhovsky attempted to demonstrate that good or bad health was determined by the relative health of body cellular oscillations, and that bacteria, cancers, and other pathogens corrupted them, causing interference with those oscillations, and thereby, disease and debilitation. (1)

In the 1930’s, with assistance from Dr. Jacques-Arsene D’Arsonval, a French physician, Georges Lakhovsky invented the Multiple Wave Oscillator, which he claimed would revitalize and strengthen the health of cells. The device consisted of two broadband antennae (a sending and a receiving pair) composed of concentric sets of curved open-ended copper pieces suspended and held in place by silk threads, and two metal stands to hold the two antennae, Oudin coil(s), and an electromagnetic spark / pulse generator. In June 1934 he was awarded a U.S. for the Multiple Wave Oscillator (US patent number 1962565) for this device. (1)

He invented numerous other devices for which he received US and foreign patents. These patents and devices will be identified and described in subsequent articles about Lakhovsky‘s works.

In addition to the above cited book and periodical, Lakhovsky published numerous other books and articles in which he described his research showing that living cells emit and receive electromagnetic radiations at their own frequency rates. In the 1939 edition of his book, The Secret of Life, pages 203-208, Lakhovsky cited numerous cases of research on animals using his oscillating devices, in which animals were rejuvenated from extreme debilitation, cured of apparent infections, had their hair restored, and had other remarkable restorations of health. Those pages are quoted word for word below:


I. Pedigree Horses

“Impressed by the theories of cellular oscillation originated and fully set out by Lakhovsky in his work ” The Secret of Life,“ Mr. P. Foumier-Ormonde, Director of the Institut Physiologique de la Croix Blanche, Vaucresson (France), began to experiment by applying oscillating circuits on his own body with the result that he soon noticed an increase of vigour and general Wellbeing.

He then decided to experiment on pedigree horses. In the first experiment he fitted seven horses with oscillating circuits in the form of collars with a circumference ofc80-85 cms. This scientist describes his results as follows: ” The application of the circuits round the neck, shoulders, and pastems of the horses is followed, after a variable period of time, by some remarkable results. The eyes acquire a greater brilliancy, the coat becomes more glossy, the skin more supple, and the general appearance of the horses is strikingly improved. Moreover, the horses appear to be conscious of this increase of vigour which they manifest by spontaneous galloping and by signs of being ‘ full of beans.‘ ”

Mr. Fournier-Ormonde filrther remarks that all the vital organs are favourably affected by the application of oscillating circuits which, according to him, appear to act as a kind of “accelerator” of the “animal motor.“ Furthermore, the constant use of these oscillating circuits increases the vivacity and improves the general health of horses in an unmistakable manner.

This experimenter also observed the beneficial effects of oscillating circuits on certain mares which were found difficult to impregnate. He concludes his observations by stating that the application of oscillating circuits to young ailing animals surpasses all expectations.

Mr. Fournier-Ormonde checked his remarkable results on pedigree horses in a strictly scientific manner. Although evidence of beneficial effects was so strikingly apparent he insisted on obtaining further confirmation by making a thorough analysis of the blood of the treated horses including full blood-count, viscosity, haemolysis, percentage of anions and cations, supplemented by examination of the cerebro-spinal fluid and even spectroscopic analysis.

The effects of oscillating circuits on the horses‘ blood were most noticeable, the chief features being an increase of red corpuscles and a diminution of viscosity thus rendering the blood more fluid.

l. Form of Racing Filly restored by Oscillating Circuit

A famous pedigree filly named Ballerina had been first in seven races at Vincennnes and placed eight times at Enghien. Subsequently, for a whole year, she was found to be ailing and ran badly. Her trainer was persuaded to fit her with an oscillating circuit of current diameter.

After a few weeks the improvement in her general condition was so remarkable that her owner declared she looked magnificent. On being made to run again she was placed second in a field of twenty-one runners and would have been first had she not stumbled down the slope. She ran the kilometre (five-eighths of a mile) in 1 minute 26 seconds.

The owner expressed his satisfaction as follows: “What a wonderful improvement and what a pleasant surprise for my trainer and myself who had backed her chance! Under the circumstances I think it is of great importance to pay attention to oscillating circuits for the treatment of animals.”

2. Old Stallion Rejuvenated with Oscillating Circuit

Application of an oscillating circuit to a twenty-four year old stallion resulted in unmistakable signs of rejuvenation. According to Mr. Foumier-Ormonde this case is absolutely conclusive and furnishes an additional proof of the great usefulness of oscillating circuits in the treatment of horses.

In conclusion it should be carefully noted that the results obtained by Mr. Fournier-Ormonde have been confirmed by similar experiments carried out by trainers, breeders and veterinary surgeons.( 1)

II. Dogs

The application of oscillating circuits to dogs has been as successful as in the case of horses. A veterinary specialist, Mr. M. G. Mercurin of Cannes, reports the case of a fox-terrier which had been the victim of a motor-car accident. The dog sustained multiple injuries which left a great scar on its back, devoid of hair, and oozing like an eczematous lesion.

An oscillatory circuit, shaped like a figure eight, was fitted on to the dog’s neck and behind the shoulders. After a fortnight, there was a marked improvement. A few weeks later the owner brought the fox-terrier for the vet.’s inspection. To his surprise he fotmd the dog was completely cured; the hair had grown again on the site of the oozing scar of which there was now no trace.

Needless to say that the owner was delighted with the result of the treatment with the oscillating circuit.

1. Pedigree Dog Cured with Oscillating Circuit

A veterinary surgeon in Brisbane (Australia) reports (January, 1940) that he had been treating, unsuccessfully, a valuable pedigree dog which had badly injured its paws and tail owing to irritation due to eczema. The poor animal was in such a wretched state that it could not stand up, eat or even lap.

The vet. wanted to destroy it but could not do so without the permission of the owner who was absent at the time, having been informed of the satisfactory results obtained on human beings treated with oscillatory circuits, the vet. decided to experiment on this ailing pedigree dog and put an oscillating circuit, adequately insulated, round its neck. After three days there was decided improvement and after ten days the dog was restored to normal health.

This remarkable cure of a valuable pedigree dog constitutes yet another proof of the great value of oscillating circuits in the treatment of ailing animals which otherwise would have to be destroyed.


From a veterinary point of view the application of oscillating circuits has been as successful in animals as in human beings. Sick, injured and ageing animals have been reported much improved or cured, and the list of treated animals includes pedigree horses and dogs, cats, and even an old parrot. It would seem, therefore, that this eminently humane form of treatment should commend itself to all animal lovers.”

Lakhovsy Book References:

1. Reed

2. Original reports of experiments referred to are contained in “L‘Oscillation cellulaire”

3. Ensemble de recherches experimentales, Georges Lakhovsky, Paris, 1931.

Article References:

Wikipedia article on Georges Lakhovsky, accessed May 13, 2016: en.wikipedia.orq/wiki/Georqes Lakhovskv

Lakhovsky, Georges. “Curing Cancer With Ultra Radio Frequencies,” Radio News, February, 1925)

Lakovsky, Georges. Le secret de la vie; les ondes cosmiques et la radiation vitale. (The secret of life; cosmic rays and radiations of living beings), Paris, France: Gauthier Villars et cie [©1925]

US Psychotronic Association Newsletter, May 2016


By John H. Reed, M.D.

(Source:  psychotronics.org; May 2016; http://tinyurl.com/zkauaxb)

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