Tesla Technolgy by Guy Oblensky

A note from Shabari Bird.

Guy was a close personal friend for over twenty years. We lived 20 miles rom him in Orange County, NY. Guy was one of my late husband’ Christopher Bird’s best men in our wedding. He also traveled with Chris , myself and my son Gabriel Cymerman Bird to visit with Gastone Naessan in Canada.

HIGH ENERGY PULSED E.M.F TESLATRON
Amplifying the time wave for powerful restorative qualities for the body/mind/bio-field
AN EXPLANATION OF THE MECHANISM BY WHICH IT WORKS
© by Guy Oblensky
We live in an age that seems defined by electronics, with ever more
sophisticated uses of electricity and electronic devices in applications that
bring us enormous economic and lifestyle benefits. Yet, in that most vital
area of all for humanity, the field of health, the application of electricity has
been more limited than the potential identified for it by scientists at the very
dawn of modern electronics more than a century ago. To be sure, electronic
devices are widely used today in medicine, but almost solely for diagnosis. In
particular, mainstream physicians have yet to take up and build upon the
promise of electro-medicine as a powerful healing medium. That promise
was surfaced explicitly during the industrial revolution by an electronic wizard
of that age, Nicola Tesla. Despite Tesla’s work in this area and even earlier,
indeed ancient, successful uses of electronic and magnetic therapies,
conventional medicine still employs almost exclusively chemical,
biochemical, and mechanical remedies for injury and disease. Therapeutic
electro-medicine has been totally ignored except by a few maverick scientists
and physicians who have proposed, studied, and successfully practiced
electronic wave therapy and other electromagnetic treatments as healing
regimens.
Tesla’s contribution in the late 1890’s was profound.’ He hypothesized that
electronic waves produced by lightning discharges could have significant
benefits for human health. He developed the Tesla-coil and “magnifying
transmitter” to excite the atmosphere into producing the unique energy
structure of natural lightning; and, part showman, Tesla often engaged in
sensational personal demonstrations of electrical phenomena to illustrate his
ability to harness its energy safely. In a more advanced and important
refinement, Tesla constructed an impulse-stimulated magnifying coil system
with an elliptically shaped output terminal to selectively generate negative
ions, which he determined to be best suited for electrotherapy.
Unfortunately, as a private inventor who often had seen the benefits of his
earlier work, such as radio, co-opted by others, Tesla kept his negative-ion
device a closely guarded secret. However, he did clearly state two of its
effects in an early paper, High Frequency Oscillators for Electro-Therapeutic
and Other Purposes, presented at the 1898 annual meeting of the American
Electro-Therapeutic Association, in Buffalo, NY:
“When a person is subjected to the action of such a [magnifying] coil, the
proper adjustments being carefully observed, luminous [blue light] streams
are seen in the dark issuing from all parts of the body… Soon after the person
perspires freely.”
Tesla maintained that these blue light streams and radio frequency (RF)
electronic wave therapy in general could, in principle, make it possible to
minimize aging and disease.
A decade or so later Georges Lakhovsky, a Russian physicist living in
France, employed Tesla-coil electrotherapy in successful treatments of plants
and patients with cancers. With some assistance from Tesla’s publications,
Lakhovsky designed and manufactured his own multi-wave ‘Tesla coils” and,
by 1925, wrote one of the first books on this subject: The Secret of Life. Its
third edition cites numerous case studies in Italian, French, English and
American hospitals.
About this time, another important, though seemingly unrelated, advance was
the pioneering work in cell biology of the Russian histologist, Dr. Alexander
Gurwitsch. In the early 1920s, Gurwitsch discovered the “mitogenic” wave
communication of vital information exchanged between living- cells with
biophotons.2 Gurwitsch coined the term mitogenic, using as root-words
“mitos,” meaning thread, and “genic,” meaning caused by a gene, to identify
the vital nature of these inter-cell communications. His experiments showed
that ordinary (non-quartz) glass could prevent living cells from exchanging
such vital information, explaining the later remarkable success of Dr.
Raymond Rife’s tuned-light, biophoton approach to electro medicine,
described below.
In 1932, Tesla’s noninvasive electrotherapy was publicly acclaimed before
the American Congress of Physical Therapy. At a 1932 New York City
seminar, Dr. Gustave Kolischer announced:
“Tesla’s high-frequency electrical currents are bringing about highly beneficial
results in dealing with cancer, surpassing anything that could be
accomplished with ordinary surgery.
Foot note”3
Not long after this, Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, a research physician at the
University of California at Riverside in the 1930’s, took up the clinical torch.
Claims by Lakhovsky and others of astounding medical cures attributable to
Tesla’s noninvasive electrotherapy intrigued Rife. As a physician and
scientist, Rife reasoned that specific disease pathogens could be identified
by their unique resonant response to a variable-wavelength light source. To
test this thesis, he invented a device he called the “Universal Microscope,”
which itself provided insight as to the central role of the light spectrum of
electromagnetic energy in living tissues and disease. He used this device to
conduct microscopic studies of a patient’s living blood and or diseased tissue
cultures, before and after treatment. The 1944 Annual Report of the
Smithsonian Institution published a brief description of how Rife’s Universal
Microscope worked:
“Between the source of light and the specimen are subtended two circular,
wedge-shaped, block crystal quartz prisms for the purpose of polarizing the
light passing through the specimen, polarization being the practical
application of the theory that light waves vibrate in all planes perpendicular to
the direction in which they are propagated. …Now, when the portion of the
spectrum is reached in which both the organism and the color band vibrate in
exact accord, one with the other, a definite characteristic spectrum is emitted
by the organism. …The virus of the Bacillus thypous is always turquoise blue,
the Bacillus coil always mahogany colored, the Mycobacterium laprae always
a ruby shade, the filter-passing form or virus of tuberculosis is always
emerald green, the virus of cancer a purplish red, and so on.
Footnote ”4
Block-crystal quartz optics, pass wavelengths from infra-red to ultra-violet.
Shorter, blue wavelengths provided Rife’s Universal Microscope with
unprecedented 15,000x magnification, and with this instrument Rife was able
to study living blood and tissue samples (in vivo) to dynamically monitor a
patient’s diet, immune system health, and disease-response to noninvasive
electrotherapy. Once he proved his initial-thesis that disease pathogens
could be identified by their unique resonant—response to a specific
wavelength of visible light, Rife was lead to another critical insight. He knew
that Tesla’s RF wavelengths were too long to be visible, but the wave-shape
or energy form-factor exciting Rife’s blue (mercury-argon-plasma) lamp could
be made to visibly affect blood and tissue samples in vivo, given the
Universal Microscope’s phase-contrast and dark-field features using blue
plasma illumination. By simply modulating this blue-plasma lamp’s RF-wave
shape with an audio oscillator, Rife was able to study the plasma’s photonic
form-factor effect on living cells. Without dwelling here on the complex
technical details, we can summarize his results by saying that Rife found a
new way to study a diseased cell’s response to specific energy structures in
vivo, before prescribing the same RF energy form factor to excite similar
plasma lamps used for whole body irradiation in the clinical phase of his
work. The next step was described by the author, Barry Lines, as follows:
The first clinical work demonstrating the efficacy of Rife’s system in the
treatment of cancer was completed under the supervision of Milbank
Johnson, M.D., which was setup under a special Medical Research
Committee of the University of Southern California. 16 cases were treated at
the clinic for many types of malignancy. After 3 months, 14 of these so-called
hopeless cases were signed off as clinically cured by the staff of five medical
doctors and Dr. Alvin G. Foord M.D. Pathologist for the group.
Footnote 5
Unfortunately, the report issued by this committee, has gone missing.
Footnote 6
In the 1940s, a controversial biochemist and psychologist, Wilhelm Reich
found faint blue light around living blood cells in his microscope, and termed
it orgone energy.’ According to Reich, orgone is a form of life-energy at work
within living organisms, expressing itself as emotion and sexuality, but also
directly observable in the microscope as a bluish-glowing field around living
blood cells and other substances. This bluish-glowing energy was later
observed by Reich as a blue glowing aura-like phenomenon around
organisms, trees and even mountain ranges. He also asserted that blue
orgone exists in a free form within the atmosphere, and Reich wrote about an
“envelope” of blue-glowing energy surrounding the Earth long before the first
satellite photos confirmed it. Reich was pursued by the FDA for operating his
“orgone accelerators” without approval and spent the last year of his life in
prison.
Dr. Robert 0. Becker was another pioneer of more recent vintage. An
orthopedic surgeon with the Veteran’s Administration, Becker developed his
ideas largely on his own and compiled a compelling body of research under
government grants, including an electronic explanation of the efficacy of
acupuncture and theories about the likely importance of the Earth’s magnetic
resonance for human health. Becker was twice nominated for the Nobel
Prize. However, funding for his research dried up when it threatened
established norms, and Becker retired early in 1980. Also, for reasons that
are hard to explain beyond simple inertia, the opposition of conventional
wisdom, or perhaps even the influence of that formidable force, the drug
industry, Becker’s extensive body of work and publications in peer-reviewed
professional journals have been largely ignored among conventional
physicians and medical researchers.
Note 8
Despite such lost opportunities, there have been further remarkable
advances in recent years, some of which give important new clues as to
exactly how electrotherapy benefits the body. As described in the next
several paragraphs, discoveries involving electronic wave-particle (photonic)
multiplication through parametric amplification have made it possible now to
amplify, and so measure, the extremely weak biophoton wave-particles
emitted by all living cells.
Footnotes 9’10
By the 1950s the broader scientific world was experiencing a revolution.
Advances in quantum mechanics and the seemingly unrelated field of radio
astronomy began to remove some of the conceptual barriers that impeded
understanding and acceptance of earlier electrotherapeutic discoveries. In
one account of new insights from these advances it was declared that:
“Each human being is an emitter of radio waves, a living broadcasting station
of exceedingly low power. The stomach wall sends out not only infra-red heat
waves but the entire spectrum of light – ultraviolet rays, X-rays, radio waves
and so on. Of course, all these radiations are fantastically weak and the radio
waves are among the weakest. But the fifty-foot aerial of the Naval Research
Laboratory in Washington, the most accurately built aerial in existence, could
pick up radio signals coming from your stomach more than four miles away.”
By the early 1970’s, the esteemed biochemist Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp12 was
able to use this advance in parametric amplification from radio astronomy to
measure mitogenic waves eminating from the seedlings of various plants. His
study revealed that mitogenic plant communication appears in the red- togreen wavelengths and has illumination intensities as low as a few tens of
photons per second per square centimeter. Popp went on to show that given
the highly variable loss of its cells, the human body could only remain in
balance through mitogenic communication among its cells on the time scale
in which atomic electrons change orbit to emit an information carrying
photon. He found that, although our body appears to us to possess a welldefined material nature that changes very slowly, on the atomic level we are
changing every microsecond. The majority of our living cells are constantly
dying and being replaced. For example the pancreas will reproduce most of
its cells daily, and cells of the stomach lining are renewed every three days.
White blood cells are renewed every ten days and cells of the skin are
renewed every four weeks. In total, our bodies essentially renew themselves
completely every four years.
Dr. Popp’s published works support his thesis that mitogenic luminescence
(which he called biophoton emission) is an essential component of the life
process itself. He extended the theory that the body’s DNA code directs the
organization of living structures to include the body’s overall electromagnetic
field as a vehicle for instructions. This presupposes global communication
among all the atoms in all of the molecules that together govern the form,
function and growth of the whole being. Popp demonstrated the biophoton
nature of this mitogenic-wave communication with an ingenious experiment
using two quartz test tubes containing live pig blood:
An agent was added to one of the test tubes, and, as one would expect, the
blood reacted by producing antibodies. Meanwhile, although no agent was
added to the second quartz tube, the blood in it also produced antibodies,
and these were antibodies identical to those produced by the blood in the first
tube, showing that biophoton emissions from a living cell’s atomic electron’s
orbital-transition can initiate biochemical processes needed to preserve life.
To confirm the necessary role of biophotons, this experiment was repeated
with a lightproof bather inserted between the two quartz test tubes. The
interference of a mitogenic-wave barrier prevented antibody information from
being communicated to the second quartz tube.
In the late 1970’s, Alexis Guy Obolensky published a paper describing his
discovery of autoparametric force amplification by stimulated energy
resonance (FASER), as it applied to electronic plasma lighting.’ This was
followed in 1982 with a paper on the underlying technology for FASER
Footnote 14
and superluminal demonstrations of Tesla’s adiabatic-entropy discovery.
Footnotes 15.16.17
Subsequently, Obolensky received a grant to investigate superluminalenergy technology for use in electromedicine applications.
Through the work that followed, Obolensky found that Tesla’s magnifying
transmitter could be operated as an impulse modulated negative-ion
generator and as such its microwave near-field could make visible the
“luminous streams” of faint bluish light first described by Tesla in connection
with one of his later electrotherapeutic systems. Obolensky confirmed Tesla’s
finding that: “luminous streams are seen in the dark issuing from all parts of
the body.” Obolensky attributed this phenomenon to parametric interaction
between the transmitter waves and the body’s own electromagnetic field or
aura. He found that to achieve this result, the subject must be well insulated
from ground to achieve electrostatic equilibrium with the transmitter’s
elliptical-electrode dome, said dome being a critical element of Tesla’s
transmitter.
Obolensky observed that in a dark setting this faint bluish light issues only
from one the subject’s wounded or diseased tissue, if there is any, and two
the subject’s stimulated acupuncture points. Thus, one of the key potential
applications of the transmitter is diagnostic. Then, for troubled subjects, over
repeated periods of exposure the beams cease to appear from problem
areas as the subject’s tissue is returned to health by the electronic therapy.
He has conjectured that, unlike the robust ~430 nm plasma light employed by
Rife, Tesla’s “luminous streams” appear to arise from ‘force magnifying” of
the body’s own mitogenic biophotons.
We have a picture shows an atomic model of a portion of a cell membrane
with many thousands of tendrils that collectively vibrate in a torsional, Frolich
resonance, mode)8 The picture was constructed to illustrate the connection
between the action of these tendrils and Tesla’s luminous streams of bluish
light when Tesla’s superluminal, longitudinal mode spin-waves’9 interact with
and amplify the body’s unique cell water, torsional hydrogen-bond vibration,
thereby enhancing the influence of normal whole-body mitogenic biophotons.
In the terminology of modem quantum mechanics, disease and aging can be
described as a process of entropy, and electrotherapy based on biophoton
phase-conjugate amplification20 can be said to effectively reduce a subject’s
cellular entropy, creating a more or less adiabatic state.21 At a deeper level,
Obolensky believes that this class of electrotherapy may involve an activation
of atomic memory.22 Though there is no simple way to relate entropy
reversal to cellular atomic-memory, it makes sense that atomic memory, like
the molecular memory imbedded in an uncoiled spring, could provide a
model for entropy negation, and consequently, cellular regeneration. (We
have provided in an Appendix to this report a brief discussion of atomic
memory from a paper in Scientific American by Richard Brewer and Erwin
Hahn.)
To summarize what we have covered thus far: Results obtained by Tesla,
Lakhovsky, Rife, and Obolensky, among others, show that virulent cancer
and other diseases can be cured by electronic wave therapy, and without any
evidence of the slightest detriment to healthy cells. Studies published by
Gurwitsch, Popp, Frolich and many others support the Obolensky hypothesis
which suggests that the healing of disease is attributable to the reversal of
entropy in affected cells through biophotonics, and is achieved specifically by
autoparametric, phase-conjugate amplification of life-saving emissions of
mitogenic biophotons.
Further results from these studies show that when a wavelength is either
doubled or halved, with respect to frequency (i.e., the accelerated or
retarded light velocity) in the parametric medium, and the energy is changed
by even (as opposed to odd) harmonic intervals, entropy gain can be
canceled by phase conjugation in an energy-density dependent medium—a
result that can be called time-reversed light?
Note 23
So, at the most fundamental level, the process by which advanced
electromedicine works involves a jump past the speed of light to induce timereversal in the sense of reversing the direction of entropy flow. How can this
be? Time reversal seems- not only to contradict our rational perspective of
the world as we know it, such a concept flies in the face of the second law of
thermodynamics, not to mention Einstein’s special theory of relativity which
declares the speed of light to be both invariant and an insurmountable speed
barrier for virtually all phenomena. Our common-sense rejection of this
contradiction can be overcome easily, however, when we realize that our
reference to time-reversal does not mean a reversal of history, but a reversal
of the time-dependent process called entropy production?’ if we could
automatically put spilled milk back in its bottle, it would not erase the milk
having been spilled. It would just time-reverse the effects associated with that
event, like playing a motion picture of the event backwards. Given that atomic
memory exists, the effect of history, like a motion picture film, is reversible by
invoking that memory. The analogy applies to disease and aging.
With regard to Einstein’s special theory of relativity, there appears to be a
direct conflict because it is widely believed that established theory requires
an invariant light velocity, the constant “c,” and denies the possibility of a
disconnection between a wave’s length and its frequency—something
Obolensky and others routinely accomplish to effect time-reversed light
where the entropy flow becomes negative. Clearly though, Einstein’s theory
is truly special because it only applies to the conditions of empty space, and
by definition, empty space cannot be filled with an energy-density dependant,
parametric medium. Whereas, the atmosphere connecting the earth and
ionosphere is energy-density dependant, clearly negating a critical condition
for special relativity and equilibrium thermodynamics. Relatedly, Prigogine
showed, and won the 1977 Nobel Prize for chemistry for showing,
Note 25
that biological structures can overcome the so-called fatal second law of
thermodynamics by staying far from thermodynamic equilibrium to sustain
life, such a condition (far-from- thermodynamic-equilibrium) being the
dominant state of nature. Prigogine’s far-from-equilibrium, entropy-flow
equations treat time as a commuting-mathematical operator, not the
classical, mathematically commuting parameter, assumed so dogmatically in
accepted teaching. In summary, his recognition that true equations involving
duration must express time as a non-commuting operator, not a linear
parameter, provides quantum biology with the required theoretical foundation
for entropy- reduction through phase-conjugate amplification of the body’s
mitogenic biophotons.
This proposition that time-reversing, variant light speed is the key to
understanding advanced electromedicine is well supported by biophotonics.
Tesla himself provided an illuminating observation regarding the earthgrounded magnifying transmitter’s evanescent
Note 26
surface wave: “The wave starts with a theoretically infinite speed, slowing
down first very quickly and afterwards at a lesser rate.” An invariant light
speed would lock the frequency of light to its wavelength. The measured
speed of light is ~30 billion cm/sec at thermodynamic equilibrium, so in the
English system this so-called invariant velocity is ~one foot per nanosecond.
Einstein may have sensed that his perfect-vacuum, thermodynamicequilibrium caveat was critical and so named his hypothesis the special
theory of relativity, tacitly implying that the proposition is not universally
relevant. If so, the rest of the scientific community has totally missed the
point. 27 As a result of Einstein’s stature and the convenience of his
conclusions, the general applicability of the invariance of the speed of light
has held a prodigious grip on prevailing wisdom for many decades; it has
taken nearly eighty years after Tesla’s published findings for science to begin
to recognize the possibility of a faster-than-light paradigm.
Note 28
Given the formidable barriers of received doctrine, well entrenched vested
interests, and the subtleness of the mechanism by which electronic wave
therapy actually works, it may not be surprising that this approach remains a
tool still well outside the mainstream of medicine. Still, as described in this
report, progress has continued and some barriers have fallen. With the agedistribution of the world’s population advancing rapidly, rising medical costs
engulfing personal and national budgets, and the advances that have been
made in the understanding of quanta phenomena, the time may be at hand
soon for electromedicine to become less of a fringe area for research and to
enter into at least some conventional, if not widespread, use for both
diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

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