Electrical Trivia from TJGS

Here is a little trivia for those who might need to know in the future.

There are many battery operated electrical gadgets out there (example: electric fly-swatter ) that can provide as much pain as a violet wand due to their higher amperage.

Mylar which is normally an insulator, can become a conductor if it is coated with a metallic film.

When using a body contact probe, bear in mind that the longer it is, (air-gapped cable) the weaker your output will be on the other end since electricity dissipates (into the air) as it travels.

Violet wands still produce an electromagnetic field even if the knob is turned down and it’s not “buzzing”  This will heat the coils and degrade them and possibly burn out your wand.

Violet ray devices can still be sold and bought in the U.S. because they are considered a quack medical device which is collectable.

A set of contacts vibrate back and forth and this causes the familiar buzzing sound you hear while operating a wand.

The ETP BD-10 leak detector is a close tesla coil cousin to the violet wand and can be used as a violet wand if you change the capacitor in it.

Back in the 1930’s, all but two companies had stopped producing Violet rays due the economic crisis and in the 1940’s due to World War II.

The Guild does have a secret symbol if you ever have a need to use it.  It is the same as the electrical symbol for a signal generator.

A lot of articles refer to the wand as a high – frequency device when in reality it is classified as a medium frequency according to the standard electromagnetic frequency spectrum tables.

 

 

Author: IVWG

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