Georges Lakhovsky

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Multi-wave oscillator, illustration from a 1937 book by Lakhovsky

Georges Lakhovsky ( Russian Георгий Лаховский , also George Lakhovsky; born September 17, 1870 in Ilya near Minsk ; † August 31, 1942 in Brooklyn , New York ) was a Russian inventor . He was known by the scientifically accepted hypothesis of a wireless communication between cells via radio frequency , and the invention of devices that supposedly should be able cancers to cure. In 1934 he had a device for the simultaneous transmission of different wavelengths patented in the USA, the so-called multi- wave oscillator .

Works (selection)

  • L'origine de la vie, la radiation et les etres vivants, 1925, Gauthier-Villars et Cie, Paris
  • Le Secret de la Vie, 1929, Gauthier-Villars et Cie, Paris
  • La Terre et nous, 1933, Fasquelle
  • Radiations et ondes, source de notre vie, 1937, SACL, Paris
  • De Moscou a Madrid; Le paradoxe de la democratie, 1937, SACL, Paris
  • La civilization et la folie raciste, 1941, Editions de la Maison Francaise, New York

Individual evidence

  1. Cornelius Borck: Brain waves: A cultural history of electroencephalography, Wallstein Verlag, 2013, pp. 119 ff. [1]
  2. DR. GEORGE LAKHOVSKY; Colleague of Marconi Invented Apparatus to Guide Ships. In: New York Times, September 1, 1942. (obituary);