Georges Lakhovsky, Bioelectric Pioneer

What is frequency technology?
To understand frequency and the use of frequencies for health, it is first necessary to recognize that everything, absolutely everything, is vibrating … even seemingly solid materials are made up of atoms that are vibrating. Ever more sophisticated instruments are able to detect and measure these vibrations. Materials or substances, whether they are animate or inanimate, are different because of their vibrations. The difference in vibrations is measured by the rate or frequency of vibration. This is measured in cycles per second. The unit for expressing the frequency of vibration is the Hertz. Vibration produces both sound and light. Very slowly vibrating substances produce very long wavelengths or low frequencies. Frequencies that we can actually hear the sound produced range from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. (Dolphins, by comparison, hear frequencies up to 180,000 Hz.) Very rapidly vibrating substances produce very short wavelengths or high frequencies. Frequencies that we can actually see the light produced range from 4x1014 to 7.12x1014 Hz. These frequencies are in the GigaHertz range. Obviously there are many frequencies produced by substances that are either below or above the range detectable by the human ear or eye.

Vibrations are the secret to bird migration, animal instinct and the reason insects avoid healthy crops but destroy weaker plants.

With regards to health, the vibration of our cells slow down when they are subjected to disease-causing conditions. These conditions, of course, include faulty nutrition, environmental toxins and stressful or negative thoughts. These disease-causing conditions also provide a vibrational breeding ground for pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and molds. Royal Raymond Rife, one of the better-known pioneers of frequency therapy, put it eloquently when he said, "We also believe if the metabolism of the human body is perfectly balanced or poised, it is susceptible to no disease." A tall order in today’s world.

Despite a successful trial showing Rife’s use of frequencies reversed cancer in 16 terminally ill patients in the 1930’s, his work was buried for several decades. A contemporary of Rife’s, Georges Lakhovsky is another researcher who pioneered the use of frequencies for health. Lakhovsky even enjoyed the cooperation of a hospital in the eastern US for his work. Lakhovsky wrote: "The amplitude of cell oscillations must reach a certain value, in order that the organism be strong enough to repulse the destructive vibrations from certain microbes. … For instance, let us suppose a cell vibrates at a certain frequency and a microbe vibrates at a different frequency; the microbe begins to fight the cell, and sickness is started." Lakhovsky based his work on giving the living cells the frequencies they needed to restore their healthy oscillations. The cell is then able to repel disease-producing microbes. In order for the cells to find their healthy oscillation or vibration, Lakhovsky built his Multiple Wave Oscillator. "The main thing," Lakhovsky reported, "is to produce the greatest number of harmonics possible."

Other researchers have discovered the same thing. Theresa Dale, founder of a Naturopathic College says: "The healing vibrations occur because of the harmonic overtones. The harmonics carry the information, the healing frequency, into the body and thus the cell." Harmonic frequencies are created when specific frequencies meet to produce ever more frequencies.

Enter Ed Skilling. After studying the work of both Rife and Lakhovksy, Ed felt his frequencies were successful not so much for killing the pathogens but more because of the harmonics that were created to strengthen the cells. Ed became convinced after studying Rife’s work and equipment that his research was effective not so much for the fact pathogens were killed but more from the harmonics created to build healthy cells. Ed felt Rife equipment worked in much the same way as Lakhovsky’s. Ed Skilling became known for his Photon Sound Beam—a unit that gained the attention of natural health practitioners. The use of both light and sound frequencies and the harmonics produced were proving to stimulate both blood and lymph circulation—two crucial processes for the body to regain health. These two processes increase oxygenation of tissues and stimulate the detoxification process.



Lakhovsky believed that living cells are batteries; the nucleus holds the positive charge and the cytoplasm carries the negative. If cells were irradiated with a range of electromagnetic oscillations, they could be "recharged" and thus rejuvenated. A range of frequencies is necessary because the cell and its parts respond to different frequencies