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RT17 Lakhovsky Multiwave Oscillator

RT17 Lkahovsky MWO
RT17 Lkahovsky MWO

Our friend in Seattle brought over the European RT17 Lakhovsky Multiwave Oscillator (MWO) to our shop in Spokane for examination. It stopped working so we were troubleshooting it. Thankfully, it was only a fuse.

By the time our friend received this RT17 system at his home in Seattle, it cost nearly $25,000! It’s definitely a work of art, but ours is a fraction of the cost and has many more benefits.

This video shows you a walk through on this unit and a brief demo. The pulse modulator alone is about 300-350 pounds as it is in a very large and heavy case, which is emblematic of the original Lakhovsky unit from the early 1900’s.

Our Vril Science pulse modulators is about 35 pounds so about 1/10th the weight and is obviously more compact but also more efficient. The output of our unit is substantially stronger.

For more info on the Vril Science MWO, go here: http://vril.io/products/lakhovsky-multiwave-oscillator-mwo/

Check out the RT17 Lakhovsky MWO unit here:

NEW RELEASE – Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard

Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard
Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard

Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard – This is the sequel to The Extraluminal Transmission Systems of Tesla and Alexanderson. This is the deepest Eric Dollard has ever gone to develop the theoretical basis for longitudinal propagation, which is not subject to the inverse square law. There is also no velocity to its propagation and therefore no association to light speed. If you ever saw the classic Borderland videos on Tesla’s Longitudinal Waves, this presents diagrams, math and more information that you can ever hope for if you want to experiment with the analog Longitudinal networks on your own! Release date – August 15, 2016. Learn more: Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems