Nikola Tesla’s Amazing Violet Ray

Tesla-Violet-Ray-WandThe Violet Ray was originally developed by the famous genius Nikola Tesla. Tesla was successfully experimenting on disease and rejuvenation with ozone in the late 1800s and early 1900s. In the 20s and 30s, Oxygen-Zone Therapy was used in hospitals, clinics and sanitariums. In the second half of the 20th century, pharmaceutical companies started disparaging all electro-therapies as drug-oriented medicine was taking off.

A Violet Ray is simply a small Tesla coil with a glass electrode at one end. It puts out high-frequency electricity, which, according to Tesla, can penetrate under the layer of fat cells in the skin. This electricity apparently stimulates the immune system in many cases. It also has proven effective in some cases of tendon or muscle strain, imparting relief to the affected areas. – Michael Riversong

Tesla had a hunch that, since his high-potential, high-frequency currents could be passed into the Violet-Ray-Therapybody harmlessly, “these currents might lend themselves to electro-therapeutic uses.” He experimented upon himself. When Tesla was struck down in the streets by a New York taxi, he didn’t deliver himself over to the medicals but dragged himself up to his hotel room where, in seclusion and with the help of his own electrotherapy, he recovered from his fractures and contusions. He never patented electrotherapy but in 1891 began publishing his observations in technical journals, and seven years later we find Tesla giving a speech to the American Electro-Therapeutic Association in which he details with drawings the high-frequency apparatus he has invented for this purpose, which included a Tesla coil.

When the Violet Ray became popular with the public, doctors and the FDA started to disparage them. At first the Journal of the American Medical Association published promising therapeutic results in articles. Then it printed an article about a man who deliberately short-Violet-Ray-Adcircuited his violet ray and electrocuted himself. This unfairly implied that the device was dangerous and should be outlawed.

During the 1940s and 1950s, makers of violet ray devices were subjected to numerous lawsuits and multiple actions by the US government including recalls, seizures, forfeitures and orders to have them destroyed. The last manufacturer of violet ray devices in the US was Master Electric. The company was subjected to a 1951 lawsuit in Marion, Indiana, and the devices were seized by the FDA.

The violet ray in healing would have been almost totally forgotten, except for one man. Around 1900, Edgar Cayce lost his voice for months and doctors were unable to help him. After he learned how to do self-hypnosis and diagnosed his own medical condition, he quickly regained his voice. Then he went into hypnosis and began to help a few friends with their health problems. Floods of desperate people flocked through his door seeking help for difficult medical conditions. In his lifetime as a “psychic diagnostician,” he gave 14,000 readings in which he mentioned using the violet ray in more than 900 readings.

However, the climate of official intimidation has been so strong that only one journal (Chinese Medical Journal) has published studies in the last 70 years. The Violet Ray remains FDA-certified for Violet-Ray-Healingonly treating signs of aging and skin conditions as well as hair loss. In a time when drug therapies are king and older remedies disparaged, that this continuing FDA approval stands is an important recognition of the significance of high frequency devices’ value.

High-Frequency (HF) Violet Ray uses inert argon gas, which is what makes the violet color in the electrode. It is a high-voltage, low-current source of high frequency waves in the violet region of the spectrum. High-voltage is what makes the device work. Low current (low amperage) is what makes it safe. Light, heat, electric energy and ozone are produced in each glass vacuum applicator/electrode. When an electrode is applied, especially to infected areas, it promotes healing, and the sterilizing properties help fight infection.

In applying the Violet Ray in skin care, the current produces an agreeable tingling on the skin’s surface as it increases oxygenation in the form of Ozone (O3). Because of the active oxygen’s negative charge it combines with the filth in the body, oxidizing it, then to be flushed out in the bloodstream.

All the waste your body excretes – whether through urination, bowel movements, sweating, spitting, shedding skin – are composed mainly of four basic elements – hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen and sulfur. If combined with oxygen, natural oxidation processes will turn these into H2O, CO2, NO2 and SO2. These are, respectively, just the chemical names for water, gaseous carbon dioxide, the toxic gas nitrogen dioxide, and the acidic gas sulphur dioxide. In this way additional toxins leave the body. Applying the HF Violet Ray stimulates this vital “detoxification” process and kills p-bac acne causing bacteria.

It remains for the future whether the full implications of the Violet Ray will be realized in other applications of health and healing other then skin care. The benefits of the Violet Ray machine remain promising. We are sure Nikola Tesla was correct when he said, “these currents might lend themselves to electro-therapeutic uses.”

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  • Rev. Dove says:

    Wow, I love what you did with my doctored up spiral electrode image and what a nice job you did with the article. Thank you. If people would like more information or would like to purchase this device or get a session with me, please go to my website at where I sell these satisfaction guaranteed with 6 electrodes and a 1 year warranty and all the advice and recommendation for its use that you will need to have a positive and safe experience with this device.

  • Swathy says:

    Really it’s awesome. To know all of these things – not enough time. Very precious. 😉

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