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Re: [TCML] Violet ray machines. was: Tesla Digest, Vol 76, Issue 15

Quackery is quackery no matter where it's made.

Matt D

Hi Ed,

Those small Tesla coils used for testing neon, were initially used as high 
frequency healing devices and were called Violet Ray machines. It is believed 
that Tesla used one of these devices to heal himself after he got hit by a taxi 
cab. I own several vintage violet ray machines that I have purchased off of 
ebay. The secondary coil on these devices was traditionally wound around a wood 
bobbin. The induction coil in these devices does have an iron core and is part 
of the interrupter which produces the initial blast 1600V - 2000V of alternating 
current that is sent to the primary coil. There were basically two 
configurations in violet ray machines, all-in-one devices like the one you were 
referring to and also the box type design where the high frequency coil was 
located in a separate handheld enclosure and connect to the rest of the circuit 
by an electrical cord. The box type machine was more dangerous to operate, but 
because the tesla coil was located in its own compact wand,
  it was 
 less cumbersome, lighter in weight and easier to maneuver around the body.

The famous trance channel  Edgar Cayce had over 900 references to using the 
violet ray machine for personal wellness and healing. It is mainly because of 
Cayce, that there still remains tremendous interest in the underground use of 
violet ray machines for healing.

Of course by the time the 1940's rolled around, the modern medical establishment 
deemed the use of violet ray machines as quackery and shut down all of the 
companies in the UIS that were manufacturing them. Many of the violet ray 
manufacturers switched at that time to make electrical coils for the developing 
war effort. Master was the last company in the US to make the devices for health 
purposes. Violet ray machines are still made today in Europe and China to 
service the health an beauty industry.


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