Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT)
Nikola Tesla was the first modern individual to be recognized for manipulating electromagnetic fields for health purposes. His methods and patents in the early 1900s for the Tesla coil were also used for electromagnetic medical devices. 1
These devices were often large round solenoid coils of wire that would surround the patient while they would stand or lie on a bed.
They were energized directly from the 50 or 60 Hz sine wave electrical system. The patient would usually experience an immediate relief in pain.
Tesla’s methods for electro-therapy were originally embraced by electricians who wanted to commercialize electricity however electro-therapeutic devices eventually fell out of favor with doctors when educators in western medical schools chose to only educate medical students in the use of pharmaceuticals and surgery (a result of the infamous Flexner Report 1910).
In addition, a concerted effort by the pharmaceutical industry to discredit electromagnetic therapy caused it to be branded as “quackery” and electrical medical devices were only to be considered for diagnostic purposes such as X-ray. Tesla’s advances were quickly forgotten.
The same could be said of the work of Georges Lakhovsky and his multi-wave oscillator (MWO). By the 1920s, Lakhovsky had clinics all over Europe, delivering his electromagnetic therapy oscillatory, or “vibrational” therapy.
Lakhovsky’s method was so successful he 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.
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 (age 73). A car struck and killed him in a most mysterious manner. His equipment was removed from the hospital and patients were told that the therapy was no longer available.
The murderous hand of Maurice Fishbein (the AMA) and Big Pharma is all over this story. The pharmaceutical companies and doctors figured out they could make a lot of money “treating” people, not making them well, and then getting someone else to pay for it. They continue to ruthlessly discredit valuable therapies that threaten their profits.
However, in the countries not under the sway of Big Pharma, like the former Soviet Union, electromagnetic therapy did not die out, but was further developed and is still widely deployed throughout hospitals.
Their scientists learned that when magnetic fields are pulsed, their effect was considerably enhanced. It covered the innate vibration of a wider range of cells and tissues, Lakhovsky would probably have said.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) was thus born.
Lower frequencies, that is frequencies below the commercial supply of 50 Hz (60 Hz in the USA) were found to be more biologically effective.
I have already pointed out the work of others (including Robert Becker) in my book “Virtual Medicine”, showing that these extremely low frequencies, or ELFs for short, have higher biological impact and that in the same way less intense fields are more effective biologically (not a case of “more is better”).
With the fall of the Soviet Union, commercial enterprise was now possible with the West, allowing government controlled medical device manufacturers the authority to license their PEMF technology to neighboring countries such as Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria who eventually miniaturized and commercialized their products for hospital and home consumer use.
Although electromagnetic therapy has become widely adopted in Western Europe, its use was restricted to animals in North America. Veterinarians became the first health professionals to use PEMF therapy, for healing things like broken legs in race horses.
Professional sports doctors then decided to experiment with veterinarian devices off label on professional athletes which ultimately led to legally licensed devices for human use in the United States – but under strict stipulations that it was not to be used for non-union bone fractures, except under a medical prescription from a licensed doctor.
Based on a 2007 clinical trial, Thomas et al. conclude, “PEMF may be a novel, safe and effective therapeutic tool.” 2
General Health Benefits For Us All
The whole of my book “Virtual Medicine” is about the existence of thrilling life energies, which inform and empower our cells and tissues. Atoms, molecules, cells and organs, all have different and unique characteristic oscillatory rates.
Indeed, that is why cyclotron resonance devices (and dowsers) can detect specific tissues and disease processes.
Lakhovsky tells us that not only do all living cells produce and radiate their own oscillations, but they also receive and respond to oscillations imposed upon them from outside sources. Indeed, that’s why cell phones, microwave radiation and so forth, is so inherently dangerous.
But why not give the cells a dose of healthy, “juicing up” vibrations, the sort that living organisms like? Typically these are low frequency oscillations of ELFs, as they are called (extremely low frequencies).
It is possible to enliven body tissues and healthy physiological mechanisms and structures by using pulsed electromagnetic therapy.
A lot of people have caught onto this idea and it’s working out just fine in practice, with or without the approval of regulatory bodies. As usual, where in one territory you are told it’s illegal and maybe even dangerous, in other parts of the world it’s everyday medicine from properly trained, certified and competent MDs and practitioners.
Wherever you live, you need to know about this up-and-coming therapy.
PEMF To The Rescue
This very week, my friend Marcus Freudenmann shared with me some research work done on the Continent. He and I just ran a cancer education conference together in London, with Colin Tipping and Dr. Med. Henning Saupe also contributing (2013).
Back at Dr. Saupe’s clinic, in Kassel, Germany, a cancer patient was driven through the PEMF protocol, while Marcus and his sons watched and documented it all on film. What took place was remarkable, not just as a treatment for a cancer patient but for anyone, in any state of health.
Especially, I would laud it as a treatment against any sort of aging, decay, metabolic slowdown or vascular insufficiency (the last covers most things due to aging!)
A sample of blood was taken and examined under dark field microscopy (which allows you to see living blood, instead of dead and stained specimens). What you see (image 1) is lots of red blood cells, stuck and jammed together in strings called “rouleaux” (like a pile of coins on its side).
This is a bad formation that signifies sickness and means that red blood cells cannot flow freely through tiny capillaries and so deliver their “load” of oxygen efficiently.
The blood is sludged, to use an everyday word.
Also, (arrowed) you will see a slightly different cell; that’s a white blood cell. But it’s quite as small as the red blood cells (it should be much larger, double or treble the size) and it is also very hemmed in and can’t function.
Finally, pathology number three, if you look closely you will see the blood plasma, the background fluid, is filled with fibers, rather like carpet shedding its pile. That’s very bad; those are fibrinogen threads and when present in large quantities like this acts like a buried mine that will explode at the least thing and cause instant clotting.
The more fibrinogen is present in the blood, the more likely a coronary thrombosis (myocardial infarction) or a stroke. Meantime, the fibers too add to the bloods overall viscosity or sludging. The rule is: the less viscosity, the better (providing the clotting mechanism is intact).
This sluggish blood was reflected in the patient, who said she was tired and had no energy.
It’s important to remember that no chemical substance (vitamin C, DCA, laetrile, or Artemisin) which which have all been advocated for the treatment of cancer would have any effect in such a state. Not even Otto Warburg’s oxygen in high concentration could bind to these cells and mobilize the blood!
What followed was 15 minutes of PEMF therapy, directed towards her pelvis, chest, thyroid, pancreas and liver. And then another blood sample was taken (as seen below). The changes that are evident are just amazing.
In such a short time the red cells have separated and are flowing smoothly and sweetly. When they bump into each other, they soon separate; in other words they do not stick together.
Also, the white cell is no longer trapped but disengaged and, most remarkable of all, it’s more than doubled in size! Plus you can’t see the fibers any more; the blood plasma is swept “clean”.
This is of enormous importance to cancer patients, those fighting virtually any disease and those who resist aging. As Georges Lakhovsky taught us, our life is the energy in our cells. They vibrate and if that oscillatory rate drops to the levels shown by this lady, then blood perfusion drops and cancer is almost inevitable.
Conversely, if we energize our cells with this kind of energy medicine treatment, the cells regain their gusto, move around and function as they should. Wow!
This is not to call it a cancer “cure”. Indeed, it is different from many alternative therapies in that it is not aimed at the cancer at all; it’s aimed at the blood support system and general cellular energies.
Nevertheless, if you have fully understood what I have written here, you will likely judge this to be a must-have approach, in addition to anything else you may be employing against your cancer (and, yes, even in conjunction with chemotherapy and radiotherapy).
Personally, I relish this against aging. As a confirmed “Boomer”, I want to live a lot longer; the party we’ve always promised ourselves has only just begun! With PEMF to jolly up my tissues and keep them clean and refreshed, I expect to go on dancing a lot longer yet. Care to join me?
1. Markov, Marko S. “Expanding Use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapies.” Electromagnetic Biology & Medicine 26.3 (2007): 257–274. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 10 June 2010.
2. Thomas, AW; Graham, K; Prato, FS; McKay, J; Forster, PM; Moulin, DE; Chari, S (2007). “A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial using a low-frequency magnetic field in the treatment of musculoskeletal chronic pain”. Pain research & management : the journal of the Canadian Pain Society = journal de la societe canadienne pour le traitement de la douleur 12 (4): 249–58.