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Historically, the use of the Lecher antenna falls under radiesthesia: the human ability to perceive rays.

Read more about the history of radiesthesia and the Lecher antenna here.

The Lecher Antenna is a measuring instrument with which, among other things, the vitality of tissues and organs can be measured. This allows the exact degree of health or pathology of an organ or tissue to be determined.

Illness is a disruption of information. If this disturbance lasts long enough, it will cause physical, visible complaints. These information disturbances can be measured with the Lecher antenna. We will try to explain how this works.

Lecher Antenna

Quantum information

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As the quantum physicists say, not matter, but quantum information is the building block of everything.

It’s all about wave movements, vibrations and frequencies. This is where quantum information is stored, that is the information.

In the early 20’s e century, both Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein were already aware of this. ‘All matter is energy; the frequency of matter is so slowed that we can perceive the condensed energy as matter with our senses, ”says Einstein.

More than a century later, the time seems ripe to realize a paradigm shift in the Western vision of medicine on the basis of recent (re) discoveries in quantum physics.

'The medicine of the future will be aimed at regulating energy frequencies in the body'

With the current developments in quantum physics, more and more is becoming known and things – until recently misunderstood and inexplicable – can now be explained. This is also how the Lecher antenna works.

Unique vibration frequency

Every body cell, every bacterium, every virus, every fungus, every group of cells and every ‘body’ vibrates, and has its unique vibration frequency. Whether it concerns a human body or, for example, the earth, it all vibrates at a different frequency.

For example, the vibration frequency of the earth is the Schumann frequency: 7.83 Hz, or slightly higher. Every part of the body has its own frequency. This is going pretty far. So you not only have a frequency of the liver itself, but also for all parts of the liver such as Kupferse cells, bile capillary, hormones involved, et cetera. Besides the physical body, energy flows, meridians, emotions, chakras, etc. also have their own frequency.

These frequencies, in the form of electromagnetic radiation, can be measured with the Lecher antenna. Over the past 30 years, many frequencies have been mapped with the help of a whole team of veterinarians, therapists and residential biologists.

Measurement of electromagnetic radiation

The ruler of the Lecher antenna can be compared to the neck of a guitar. By placing your finger on a certain string and at a certain height on this string, you determine the tone. This is comparable to setting the slide on the ruler: by setting the slide to a certain height on the ruler, you determine the wavelength – the specific frequency – that you want to measure. Our body functions as the sound box or resonance box of the guitar.

Just as with guitar playing you have to move your fingers to make music, just holding the Lecher antenna will not cause anything to happen. A voltage difference is required to measure the energy value. To generate this voltage difference, we will have to move the Lecher antenna. This can be compared to the operation of a dynamo.

One of the hollow handles of the Lecher antenna contains a magnetic bar with a positive (red, short side) and negative pole (blue, long side).

When tensioning the Lecher antenna (your fingers close around the handles with a slight tension) you create a closed circuit between your two hands with your body. By moving the Lecher antenna in an energy field, you generate a small current when the Lecher antenna recognizes the wavelength. This will cause the forearm muscles to receive a tiny current and to contract. By training your powers of observation, you can condition your nervous system – through unconscious contractions of your forearm muscles – in response to the weak signals from the handles of the Lecher antenna.

Your own body is the benchmark for the energy that you are going to measure. You will calibrate and compare, as it were. That is why it is very important to ‘set up’ outside the energy field of your measurement object and then move through the energy field. By continuing to move, a current will continue to be generated until our sound box is filled with that particular frequency, after which the Lecher antenna folds over and can no longer be placed upright without re-tensioning. The stronger the energy, the sooner the sound box will be filled and the Lecher antenna will flip over.

This is similar to an empty cup moving through the jet of a running tap: if the tap is wide open, your cup is full after 1, 2 or 3 times through it. If the tap is not wide open, you have to move through it much more often to fill your cup. You count the number of times you had to move through the energy field (the number of ‘strokes’) before your Lecher antenna falls and this number represents the strength of that specific wavelength

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Ideal balance

Opposite poles attract each other. If we have the + (positive) pole = south pole of the magnetic bar on the inside of the handle then we attract the – (negative) energy with the measuring pin. If we turn the magnetic bar over with the – (negative) pole on the inside, then we attract the + (positive) energy. First you measure the negative energy with the + pole of the magnetic rod on the inside, then you turn the magnetic rod so that the – pole is on the inside and you measure positive energy. So you measure twice, while the slider remains adjusted to the same frequency and you count the number of strokes. Then you compare the number of strokes, or the strength of the positive and negative energy. The number of strokes + and – must meet a certain ratio to be in balance. This ratio is based on the Phi ratio and the number of the Golden Ratio: 1.618 . For the ideal balance, the positively charged energy should be ≈ 1.6 times stronger than the negatively charged energy.

The ideal ratio for measurement with the Lecher antenna is 19 beats for the negative left energy and 12 beats for the positive right energy (19:12 ≈ 1.6). Basically a relatively weak energy. A body or energy system always strives for balance. When an organ is out of balance, the energy intensifies to try to get things back into balance, the organ does its best. Then you measure, for example, 1, 2 or 3 beats.

In other words, the Lecher antenna, with its magnetic poles, when tuned to the correct wavelength of a particular organ, can determine the energy strength of that organ. The degree to which the energy strength deviates from the standard is indicative of the imbalance of the organ.

Why does our body work so well as a sound box?

First, as an illustration, a simple test that you can do yourself with, for example, your car key. Test the distance the key works to unlock the car. If you then repeat this test with the key against your head, you will notice that you can increase the distance a lot. Or if you grab the antenna of a radio or old television, you will have better reception.

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Humans, animals and plants are all electromagnetic beings, consisting mainly of water, bacteria and quantum information. Our body weight consists of ≈ 70% water, but from a molecular point of view we consist of 99% water. Water determines all biological processes that take place in our body and water plays a key role in the internal communication network in our body. Water is a broadband absorber, the radio receiver and transmitter of electromagnetic radiation and quantum information.

The atmosphere or atmosphere around the earth is considered to be the largest carrier of electromagnetic radiation. We can live on Earth because the water in the atmosphere absorbs 70% of all cosmic rays, including harmful ultraviolet rays. If you were to compress the water vapor in the atmosphere into liquid water, only a layer of 3 cm would remain of the atmosphere! Most of the Electromagnetic spectrum is absorbed by the water in the atmosphere (such as UV light, Infrared and microwaves), except for the light spectrum visible to us. The light visible to us is hardly absorbed by the atmosphere.


Water and light are essential to life on Earth. The electromagnetic radiation spectrum (= light) is the source of the quantum information and this information is materialized and formed through the water. Understanding how water can structure itself and how information is carried within it may well be the most important link in modern medicine. We believe that communication in the body takes place in the Ultraviolet (yang) and Infrared (yin) spectrum. Water can act as a crystal, as a receiver and transmitter of information. Your body, which consists of 99% water molecularly, is therefore an ideal resonance box.

Brief explanation of the Electromagnetic spectrum

We do this on the basis of the Full spectrum poster from Unihedron. This can be found on the Internet at the website

The electromagnetic spectrum ranges from long waves to short waves in so-called bandwidths or octaves; from very long wavelengths (thousands of kilometers) to ultra-short wavelengths. This goes through various stages including radio waves, microwaves, terahertz radiation, infrared, visible light, UV, X-rays and gamma rays. The wavelength is halved and the frequency doubled per octave. Interference on a certain bandwidth affects the bandwidths above. This is called the ‘overtone effect’.

Overtone effect

We also know the overtone effect in music. The same notes of upper octaves vibrate with the root. You can hear the difference very well when you hear 1 tone (1 frequency, the fundamental), or if there are overtones. In digital music, the root note is the only note you hear. It’s just that one frequency. This is often experienced as a piercing, unnatural and unpleasant sound. With a tuning fork, for example, the overtones can also be heard well in addition to the fundamental. It is not one tone that you hear, but you hear the same tone in different octaves. Natural sounds always have one fundamental tone with eight overtones. We call this a harmonic tone (a pleasant and natural sound).

This principle of octave and overtones works exactly like this in the Electromagnetic spectrum. We call the basic vibration with 8 octaves a Harmonic. If something changes somewhere in the EM spectrum, this immediately affects the rest of the spectrum, mainly upwards (from the long to the short waves). For example, if one harmonic disappears, another sequence is created immediately. Electromagnetic waves sometimes contain as many as 50 to 60 harmonics. Different frequencies can also interfere with each other and create a new series.

There is still insufficient knowledge of interferences and their possible effects on our body. Radiation studies mainly focus on the thermal effects and leave this out of consideration. Our entire system is used to a particular Electromagnetic spectrum that has existed for hundreds of thousands of years. In the last 10, 20 years, an awful lot has changed in this regard at high speed, without realizing what negative influences this can have on the water structures in our body, in our living environment and worldwide on all water on earth.

Why do you need your body and measurement cannot be replaced by a computer?

Octave is crucial to be able to measure the correct frequencies. A computer is not (yet) able to octave.

Our body – which is 99% percent water – is one of the few media that is able to bridge the octaves of the Lecher antenna (around 2 – 16 MHerz, radio waves) to the frequencies on which the body communicates (teraherz infrared and ultraviolet spectrum).

Explanation with a calculation example:

  • The frequencies that we can measure with the Lecher antenna are around the radio waves.
  • Wavelength = propagation speed / frequency or

Frequency = propagation speed / wavelength

  • Speed of propagation = speed of light = 300,000,000 meters per second.
  • If you set the ruler of the Lecher antenna to 10 = 10 cm – then this represents a wavelength of 10 cm
  • With the given wavelength (10 cm) and the propagation speed (300,000,000 m / s) you can calculate the frequency: 300,000,000 / 0.10 m = 3,000,000 Hz = 3 MHz.
  • 3 MHz is in the range of the radio waves (2-16 MHz). The Lecher antenna is thus able to receive radio waves.
Featured from the EM poster: (radio waves)

As mentioned, we think that communication in the body takes place in the infrared and Ultraviolet spectrum (teraherz area). In order to be able to measure these higher frequencies, we need our body as an intermediary.

If you look at the EM poster you will see that 3MHz is about 28 octaves from visible light. Just above the visible light spectrum, the Yang communication takes place in the Ultraviolet spectrum. Just below the visible light spectrum, the Yin communication takes place in the infrared spectrum. So we have to somehow bridge 26-30 octaves. Water is the broadband absorber, radio receiver and transmitter of electromagnetic radiation and quantum information. Water is therefore an extremely suitable medium for this. And the fact that we consist of 99% water, hopefully clarifies why our body – unlike a computer – is so suitable for measuring this quantum information with the help of the Lecher antenna.

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