Lecher Antenne

The Lecher antenna is named after a German physicist Ernst Lecher (1856 – 1926) who first researched the speed of electromagnetic waves, with the so-called ‘Lecher lines’. German physicist R. Schneider designed the antenna as we know it.

Scientists established that the cohesion and existence of all matter is due to energy, which is measurable as electromagnetic (EM-) radiation. Every organ, tissue or cell has its own specific vibrational frequency. The strength of all these different EM-frequencies is what can be measured with the Lecher antenna. Therefore, the exact level of health or pathology of an internal organ or tissue can be measured.

The Lecher antenna consists of an oblong epoxy glass fibre sheet with the parallel Lecher lines, a measurement scale, and a slide with a copper wire and two handlebars. This slide is used to adjust to different wavelengths (frequencies). Within one of the handlebars there is a polarised magnetic rod. This rod is used to measure the energy’s positive and negative polarisation, both always present in each organ, tissue or cell. The ratio of this positive and negative energy is important.

Every healthy organ, tissue or pathology has standard frequencies, which have been recorded after long-term study by Walter Kunnen, researcher and teacher. Thanks to the continuous efforts of holistic veterinarian, teacher and researcher Eric Laarakker, there are now about 3500 frequencies available to measure healthy organisms, pathogens and pathologies. This makes a very detailed examination possible. With the Lecher antenna with its magnetic rod, it is possible to measure the energy strength of different wavelengths/ frequencies, and therefore the energy strength of organs, pathogens or pathologies. When the energy strength deviates from the normal values, we know the organ is out of balance.

When adjusted to the frequency of a certain organ, the Lecher antenna with its magnetic rod measures the energy-strength of that organ. The extent to which the energy strength deviates from the standard, is indicative for the energy imbalance of this organ.The Lecher antenna makes it possible to gather a lot of information about organs, tissues, inflammatory processes, emotions, parasites, illnesses and much more, in a short space of time. It localises painful inflammatory foci and blockages accurately.

Because people and animals are increasingly suffering from a geo-pathogenic- as well as an electro-pathogenic-load, the Lecher antenna course extensively addresses Building Biology and its practical applications.

A few medically relevant examples:
Its use with acupuncture
Using the Lecher antenna, both blockages in the meridians as well as the amount of energy within the meridian, can be measured. Besides, you can find therapeutic points. The Lecher antenna is one of the few instruments that localises pain points exactly.

Its use with neural therapy
Neural therapy aims to find and block interference fields. When measuring the patient with the Lecher antenna, you gain information that could indicate such interference fields; then it is easy to find these and treat them effectively.

Its use with manual therapies
Using the Lecher antenna, pain points and blockages in the spine can be localised and diagnosed accurately. This way it is possible to find the cause of mobility problems and start the right treatment, with or without manual manipulation.

Its medicinal use in homeopathy and phytotherapy
The Lecher antenna assesses the appropriateness of chosen medication and predicts the level of its effect.

Besides our basic course, we offer several in-depth refresher courses for using the Lecher antenna in acupuncture, manual therapies, choice of medication, Building Biology and neural therapy.