George Lakhovsky
George Lakhovsky (1869 – 1942)

For the first time the name of George Lakhovsky (1869 – 1942) has been included into the Belarusian scientific and public context thanks to the articles of Liubou Uladykouskaja and Valery Shalatonin, devoted to his biography and scientific achievements. The articles were published in magazines “Belarusian Historical Magazine” (№12, 2014, see below) and “Science and Innovations” (№1, 2015, see below), as well as in the newspaper Minsk Today (“Voice of Motherland”), №43 November, 2014, and available in Belarusian at http://golas.sb.by/gistoryya/article/navuka-shchastsya-ad-georg-ya-lakhoskaga.html.

The authors have described a short biography, the original concept of health and disease as well as creative work of world-renowned scientist, inventor, radio engineer, physician, and a philosopher George Lakhovsky – in Belarus, Ukraine, France, Italy, and the USA.

The authors have also showed that the natural science ideas of G. Lakhovsky and his special devices for therapy of malignant tumors remained as relevant and popular nowadays. The recent information about a new method of electromagnetic cancer therapy confirms the basic notions of the G. Lakhovsky’s theory. Researchers from the University of Alabama in the USA have discovered that cancer cell proliferation is inhibited by the electromagnetic radiation having tumor-specific modulation frequencies.

Born near Minsk (Belarus) in 1869 Georges Lakhovsky began an investigation into the field of electronic medicine in the 1920s in France. In 1925, Lakhovsky wrote an article for the Radio News magazine in the USA entitled “Curing Cancer with Ultra Radio Frequencies.” In the article, he described his experimental work and presented his theories. Lakhovsky’s  research led him to believe that not only do all living cells produce and radiate oscillations of very high frequencies, but they also receive and respond to oscillations imposed upon them from outside sources. If these outside oscillations are in harmony (same frequency) with that of the cell, the strength and vigour of that cell will be reinforced and become stronger. If, on the other hand, these outside frequencies are dissimilar, the oscillations produced by the cell will be weakened and dampened, resulting in a loss of vigour for that cell. The cells of disease-causing organisms produce different frequencies than that of normal, healthy cells in plants, animals, and people. For people or plants suffering from disease conditions, Lakhovsky found that if he increased the amplitude (not the frequency) of the oscillations of healthy cells, this increase would overwhelm and dampen the oscillations produced by the disease-causing cells, thus bringing about the demise of the disease-causing cells. In according with this theory Lakhovsky’s goal was to produce and transmit a full spectrum of harmonic frequencies within the body, allowing each cell to resonate with the appropriate frequency.

In 1931 Lakhovsky built a device called the Multiple Wave Oscillator (MWO) which has been used to treat various disease conditions. Treatment using MWO’s have been documented to be of value in treating cancer, arthritis, and other illnesses. The device emits a broad range of high frequency electromagnetic signals which are directed at a subject requiring treatment. It has been shown that the human body is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation and may be healed or harmed upon exposure to them. In 1931, MWO devices started to be used in various hospitals in Paris. Also in 1931, Lakhovsky applied for a US patent for his MWO (No.1962565) and this was granted in 1934.

It became indisputable fact that Lakhovsky was the first serious, scientific investigator on the use of high-frequency electromagnetic waves in biology. The first international Congress of Radiobiology was held in Venice in 1934. A leading authority on electrotherapy, Dr. E.P. Cumberbatch wrote: although it had frequently been observed that the short Hertzian waves could produce heat at a distance from the transmitter, the first scientific investigation from a biological point of view was made by Lakhovsky and his colleagues who published a paper in 1924 on the effects of very short waves on cancer in plants. His first book, “The Secret of Life” was first published in French in 1935. The book appeared later in Spanish, French, Italian, and finally in English in 1939.

Lakhovsky identified the existence of an impalpable substance, which penetrates all objects and living beings, extending into the universe and into interstellar space. He called this substance Universion (Universe + Ion). According to Lakhovsky, it is the basic substance from which all physical matter and living beings are derived by way of condensation.

During his lifetime, Lakhovsky was granted numerous patents involving railway construction, loudspeakers, oscillator tubes for multiple wavelengths, microphones, and multiple wave oscillators.

George Lakhovsky died under suspicious circumstances. He was hit by a car during a stay in America in 1942 and, despite his protests, was taken to a hospital from which he never returned alive. The death of G. Lakhovsky and the Second World War meant that his discoveries and developments subsequently fell into neglect. The discoveries of G. Lakhovsky, and an indispensable instrument in the fight against cancer and other degenerative diseases, had been temporarily eliminated from the scene. Fortunately, information is now coming to light that allows us to benefit from these techniques of yester-years.

It seems that the main Lakhovsky’s ideas had been confirmed recently. In 2009 and later Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research and British Journal of Cancer published papers detailing some extraordinary results: very specific types of weak electromagnetic (EM) fields were able to stabilize and shrink liver tumors in advanced cancer patients who had exhausted other treatment options. A press release was issued describing how the EM treatment was far more effective than the only available FDA-approved drug. The research team from the University of Alabama at Birmingham concedes that there is no known biophysical mechanism to explain what they are seeing.

The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator with Thomas Joseph Brown, available at //http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIYZXg-JmCE
Secret Cures and Anti Aging, Tesla, Lakhovsky & Beck, available at //http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKZvalIstbs
Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Original Device (part 1) available at //http://ref.topictimes.com/videos/tech/lakhovsky-multiple-wave-oscillator-original-device-(part-1)-full-LAueb8yFT5U.html
Multi Wave Research, available at //http://users.skynet.be/Lakhovsky/
Georges Lakhovsky, available at //http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lakhovsky
Lakhovsky’s Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO), available at // http://www.lakhovsky.com/
Radiations and waves sources of our life by Georges Lakhovsky, available at //https://keychests.com/item.php?v=bgsbrcobpsk
Barbault A et al. (2009): Amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields for the treatment of cancer: Discovery of tumor-specific frequencies and assessment of a novel therapeutic approach. J Exp Clin Cancer Res. 2009, 28(1), 51.
Zimmermann JW, et al. (2012): Cancer cell proliferation is inhibited by specific modulation frequencies. Br J  Cancer (2012) 106, 307-313.
Blackman CF. (2012): Treating cancer with amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields: a potential paradigm shift, again? Br J Cancer (2012) 106, 241–242.
Zimmerman JW, et al. (2013): Targeted treatment of cancer with radiofrequency electromagnetic fields amplitude-modulated at tumor-specific frequencies. Chin J Cancer (2013) 32(11), 573-581.

Uladykouskaja, L. and Shalatonin, V. (2015). Electromagnetic Waves In Oncology: Has G. Lakhovski’s Theory Been Verified? Science And Innovations, (1), pp.59-62. (In Belarusian).
Uladykouskaja, L. and Shalatonin, V. (2014). Belarusian, Man Of Universe: George Lakhovski. Belarusian Historical Journal, (12), pp. 5-11. (In Belarusian).