FDA Regulations

When the use of electricity first become popular in the big cities, the electricians voted for Tesla’s AC electricity over Edison’s DC direct current for several reasons. The main one was that AC electricity could be transmitted further, but it was Tesla’s use of frequencies – alternating frequencies measured in hertz Hz – or cycles per second – that provided for a utopian future where electricians could be handsomely employed as medical technicians and doctors.  Tesla’s patents in AC Alternating Current technology is the root of RF – the Radio Frequencies where all of our wireless technology originates from.

Although Tesla won the war of currents, his proponents were not so lucky in their war with medical doctors that were being taught by traditional American Medical Association’s (AMA) sponsored institutions. In 1910, the influential Carnegie Foundation created The Flexner Report for the AMA that provided a detailed overview of preferred medical education in North America. Eventually the AMA designated a list of authorized medical schools and forbid the teaching of electrotherapy and the use of Ozone. Anyone using Tesla’s magnetic coils for a medical therapy where considered to be “quacks.”

Unfortunately, to this very day, doctors are still taught that electromagnetic fields and ozone have no “health” effect on the human body.

In North America, the practice of magnetic field and ozone therapy and went deep underground; the schools that taught it were closed and electricians found jobs in traditional industries but the “war of medicine” continued. Many world-renowned doctors felt the AMA had wronged their practice of medicine. In 1932, at a seminar presented by the American Congress of Physical Therapy, Dr. Gustave Kolischer announced: “Tesla’s high-frequency electrical currents are bringing about highly beneficial results in dealing with cancer, surpassing anything that could be accomplished with ordinary surgery.”

In 1963, congressional hearings on “quack” devices forced companies that manufactured legitimate electrotherapy products into bankruptcy and the FDA put tight restrictions on electromagnetic medical devices. Medical “quack” doctors were barred from the AMA. Electricians that practiced frequency therapy were put in jail for practicing medicine without a license. The pharmaceutical industry was now the dominating force with Valium, discovered in 1960, becoming the most prescribed drug in history. The public has now seen where all this has let to: the drug companies make over trillions of dollars per year.