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Nikola Tesla Super-Secret Vibrational Medicine Machine

A Sound & Vibrational Medicine Machine

One lazy afternoon in the 1890s, legendary inventor Nikola Tesla was lounging around his laboratory with his good friend Samuel Clemens, also known as the famed writer Mark Twain. The two had a longstanding relationship, and Twain, who was notoriously fascinated with science and technology, was a regular visitor at Tesla’s laboratory.

By this point in his life, Twain was, as Tesla described,

“…in the worst shape, suffering from a variety of distressing and dangerous ailments.” Thus, on this particular afternoon, Tesla suggested that Twain try out a new invention he’d been working on, a vibrational medicine machine that sent vibrations through the body at various frequencies. Twain agreed and stepped onto Tesla’s vibrational medicine machine. At the end of the process, Twain suddenly leaped up and rushed to the toilet with terrible diarrhea.

Despite this, Twain would continue to use the vibrational medicine machine daily for almost two months, at the end of which he had, in the words of Tesla, “regained his old vigor and ability to enjoy life to the fullest extent.” This was precisely what Tesla had expected, the same results Tesla and his assistants had achieved during their experimentation with the invention. As Tesla described in his records:

“I stepped on the platform and the vibrations imparted to it by the vibrational medicine machine were transmitted to my body. The sensation experienced was as strange as agreeable, and I asked my assistants to try. They did so and were mystified and pleased like myself. But a few minutes later some of us, who had stayed longer on the vibrational medicine machine, felt an unspeakable and pressing necessity which had to be promptly satisfied, and then the stupendous truth dawned upon me”.

“When I began to practice with my assistants mechanical therapy, we used to finish our meals quickly and rush back to the laboratory. We suffered from dyspepsia and various stomach troubles, biliousness, constipation, flatulence and other disturbances, all natural results of such irregular habit. But only after a week of application, during which I improved the technique and my assistants learned how to take the treatment to their best advantage, all these forms of sickness disappeared as by enchantment and for nearly four years, while the vibrational medicine machine was in use, we were all in excellent health.”

Tesla described this discovery and invention of the vibrational medicine machine as his greatest contribution to human well-being, a bold statement for an inventor on the level of Nikola Tesla. Throughout the rest of his life, he would use his vibrational medicine machine to treat people with a wide variety of health problems – from constipation to cardiovascular disease, injuries and infections, sleep disorders, and hormonal imbalances.

But exactly what was it that he had discovered?

tesla vibrational medicine

Nikola Tesla vibrational medicine was his idea of using mechanical vibrations and resonance to treat various health problems and improve well-being. He believed that everything in the universe had a natural frequency and that by matching the frequency of the body or its organs, he could stimulate healing and restore balance.

Tesla experimented with his oscillation machine, a steam-powered electric generator that produced high-frequency currents and vibrations. He claimed that by applying these vibrations to different parts of the body, he could relieve pain, increase circulation, enhance digestion, stimulate metabolism, and boost immunity.

Tesla also used his oscillation machine to produce ozone, a form of oxygen with powerful antiseptic and antibacterial properties. He designed an ozone generator that could purify water and air, and also applied ozone to wounds and infections.

Tesla also explored the effects of sound and music on water and living organisms. He claimed that water could retain a memory of the vibrations it was exposed to, and that positive or negative sounds could influence its quality and structure. He also claimed that different types of music could affect the mood and health of people and animals.

Tesla vibrational medicine was based on his understanding of energy, frequency, and vibration as the secrets of the universe. He saw himself as a pioneer of a new science that could revolutionize medicine and human potential. However, his ideas were not widely accepted or supported by the mainstream medical community, and his experiments were not rigorously tested or verified by independent sources.

Tesla vibrational medicine remains a controversial and fascinating topic that has inspired many alternative medicine practitioners and enthusiasts. Some of his inventions and methods are still used or replicated today by some people who believe in their benefits. However, there is no conclusive scientific evidence or mechanism to prove that Tesla vibrational medicine works as he claimed or that it is safe and effective for any health condition.

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