EM7V

( I ) BNC jack is the input from a Frequency Generator or some pre-recorded frequencies on a CD or other audio device. These frequencies modulate the "Base" of the 2N6059 transistors.

http://www.royalrife.com/em7v.html ( Original source)

EM7V Construction

CAUTION: Very high voltages are involved. Do not attempt construction unless you have adequate understanding of electronics.

I have modified Paul Chubbuck's notes and diagram to include the latest EM7V technololgy. The EM7V uses coils wired in anti-parallel which increases both the magnetic and electrical fields. The unit can also be run with one of the bulb wires disconnected for even greater magnetic and electrical fields. This version of the EM7V leaves out the internal 555 timer circuit, the 6 associated potentiometers, the internal/external switch, the set/run switch, the frequency counter, and the pin jacks to plug in the frequency counter. Instead, it uses a programmable frequency source such at the F105.

The EM7V may also be used as a contact device. Just disconnect one phanotron wire and cap that wire with plastic tubing. Add a grounding contact pad that is plugged into the ground jack. Also illustrated is a violet ray bulb that can be used as a contact device in place of the Phanotron tube. An Enhancer bulb can also be used.

CAUTION: Using either the Phanotron, Enhancer, or the Violet Ray bulb as contact devices with a grounding pad may theoretically increase effectiveness by bringing the frequencies into direct contact with particular areas of the body, but there is also a risk of very unpleasant, high-voltage shock. VERY IMPORTANT precautions are ESSENTIAL to avoid this. First, the Phanotron and/or Violet Ray bulb must be mounted and insulated in such a way that the person handling the bulb will not inadvertantly be shocked by accidentally touching any contact points. Secondly, the following sequence should be followed to avoid shocks.

  1. Turn the unit off.
  2. Turn the illustrated 50 k Ohm potentiometer (R) to maximum resistance/low amplitude.
  3. Touch the bare feet or other bare skin to the grounding pad.
  4. Touch the bulb to another area of bare skin.
  5. Turn the unit on.
  6. Slowly turn up the amplitude on the potentiometer until a slight tingling is felt. This may need to be adjusted differently for different frequencies.

When dis-engaging, the reverse sequence should be used to avoid shocks. In other words, turn down the amplitude to minumum and shut the unit off before removing the bulb from skin contact.

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