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Functional Thinking, an Interview with Eric Dollard by Tom Brown

From the March-April 1987 Journal of Borderland Research

Eric P. Dollard, Wireless Engineer is a scientist who bases his work on observation of phenomenon and practical experimentation. He is the Vice-President of BSRF and the author of five published papers on electrical phenomena: CONDENSED INTRO TO TESLA TRANSFORMERS, DIELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC DISCHARGES IN ELECTRICAL WINDINGS, SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF ALTERNATING WAVES, SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF THE GENERALIZED ELECTRIC WAVE (IN TIME), and THE THEORY OF WIRELESS POWER. In the course of Eric’s research he has investigated the works of Nikola Tesla, Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Philo Taylor Farnsworth II, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wilhelm Reich and other true Scientists of our era. I have personally witnessed the propagation of electricity without wires, the phenomenon of drawing several inch sparks off insulators and mysterious living forms in plasma gas bulbs connected to Eric’s Tesla apparatus. Eric speaks a knowledge gained by hands on experience. This interview will certainly change your point of view about the Borderlands of Science and will certainly shatter any preconceived notions you once had about Tesla, Free Energy, ELF, The American Dream, etc…..

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Eric Dollard, Tom Brown & Bob Beck 1986 – US Psychotronics Association

A presentation by Thomas Brown and Eric Dollard at the 1986 U.S. Psychotronics Association conference in Chicago. The legendary Bob Beck was in the audience and joined in to present his ideas and his relationship to the post-Lakhovsky history of the MWO. Amazing science from the golden days of borderland research!

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The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator with Thomas Joseph Brown

This video covers the research and healing modalities developed by Georges Lakhovsky with development of his Multiple Wave Oscillator, or MWO, technology. Lakhovsky’s invention created a wide band of electro-magnetic waves that resonated sympathetically with living material, and he used it to bring cells back into their healthy state. Based on a concept very similar to radionics, Lahkovsky believed that each cell in the body had its own rate of vibration, and his instrument was tuned to stimulate a wide spectrum of beneficial living frequencies.

A great natural scientist and healer, Lakhovsky believed cancer and other illnesses were brought about by imbalances between the body and pathogenic organisms. These imbalances could be caused by external cosmic forces, or by an invading virus or bacteria, weakening the body’s ability to heal itself, and ultimately leading to disease. By using a wide spectrum of radio frequency energy broadcast through a special antenna, he would bring the bodily systems back into harmony, allowing the body to heal itself. This is very similar to the concepts proposed by Ruth Drown, who used homeopathic samples of healthy tissue to very precisely target a bodily system that had been diagnosed as unhealthy. While Ruth Drown’s system was both subtle and precise, Lakhovsky’s methods were harsh and scattered, employing a brute force approach, however when it comes to healing, results are what counts.

In this video, Tom Brown demonstrates several different forms of the MWO, built in an attempt to reproduce Lakhovsky’s original results with the reduction of cancerous conditions in living bodies. More information can be found at Tom Brown’s website, multiplewaveoscillator.com.