The CopenLabs Multi Wave Oscillator

The original Multiple Wave Oscillator goes back to 1934. Engineer Georges Lakhovsky, born in Russia and living mainly in France, created the foundations for this instrument by virtue of his work on the cell as an electrical oscillating circuit. In common with the founder of radionics, A. Abrams, Lakhovsky assumed that diseases were primarily an electrical phenomenon. Disease can only arise if the cell has changed with regard to its electrical characteristics. Abrams, with his oscilloclast, was trying to irradiate the patient with electromagnetic waves to compensate for these variations in cellular electric characteristics.

The MWO from which the original design in all probability came from Nikola Tesla. George Lakhovsky has in turn elaborated on this design and has done many experiments on plants, animals and people with stunning results. He has furthermore in his book “The secret of Live, Electricity, Radiation and your Body” (ISBN 0-939482-08-8) stated that cells from living organism behave themselves as small radio transmitters and receivers.

When cells are irradiated with a correct polarized electromagnetic field(which has a broad range of frequencies) , each cell will pick up on a frequency and assimilate the energy out of that field. This has a tremendous stimulating and harmonizing action on the cells and thus interacts with surrounding tissues and organs.

He viewed disease or illness as a battle of vibrations between the cells of the body versus viruses and bacteria. If the pathogenic organisms won this vibrational contest, the cells would become energetically weakened and more susceptible to disease.

According to Lakhovsky, the way to counter this vibrational attack was to introduce a broad spectrum of RF (radio frequency) harmonic energies into the system and then, through the principle of sympathetic resonance,

Lakhovsky also designed an instrument which generated an electromagnetic alternating field between a generator and a resonator. But, unlike Abrams, he generated several sinusoidal signals of varying frequencies and overlaid them (hence the name Multiple Wave Oscillator). It was then possible for the patient to be exposed to this alternating field for therapeutic purposes. Lakhovsky MWO was an instrument with extensive indications. In Bruce Copen book Radiobiology Therapy, you can find further information about MWO principles. The MWO developed in our laboratories uses the principles developed by G Lakhovsky and combines them with knowledge from radionics.

In common with the Lakhovsky MWO, the Copen MWO consists of two units: a generator (shown here on the left) and a resonator. On the reverse of the generator, it is possible to set radionic rates on 15 rotary controllers. This means that specific information can be transferred and specific balancing of more than 6500 different parameters.

The resonator is connected by a cable to the generator and is set up opposite the generator such that the two antennae are opposite each other. (50 cm to 2m distance depending on the application). The field which arises between the two antennae penetrates any living tissue and reactivates the cell structure.

The intensity of the field can be precisely set with a rotary controller. In common with our radionic instruments, the MWO has a 6-level system in order to enable fine balancing. Via the AUX interface (Copen 7-pole), the MWO can be connected with one of our radionic instruments (e.g. MK12) or potentisers. Thus it is also possible for homoeopathic remedies, EECS programmes, etc. to be incorporated into the operation of the MWO. For treatment, either the entire body of the patient or areas or parts of his body are placed between the resonator and the generator. You will find further information in Dr Bruce Copen’s book Radiobiology Therapy. In conjunction with the MWO Broadcast Unit, it is also possible to perform radionic balancing on the basis of a patient specimen.
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