Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, often called Dr. Todd by his associates, has had a passion for science from the time he was five. He was first in his class in high school, receiving the Bausch and Lomb Science Award and the Bucky Pioneer Award. At Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, he was first in his class of 1800 with a 4.0 grade point average.
After two years at Northwestern, he was accepted into an accelerated combined graduate/undergraduate program at Johns Hopkins University Medical School, which conferred both B.A. and M.D. degrees. Advanced training was at Georgetown University Hospital, with a Residency and Chief Residency in Internal Medicine followed by a Fellowship in Pulmonary and Intensive Care Medicine.
During his Pulmonary Fellowship, the specialty that concerns the lungs, Dr. Todd began his research with cells of the immune system. Many procedures were done on AIDS patients to diagnose their lung problems. Observing this dire disease firsthand and the toxic results of early medical treatments, Dr. Todd developed a passion for finding better solutions. Towards the end of his Fellowship, he became aware of the benefits of Holistic Medicine for improving the function of the immune system while building rather than impairing the function of other systems.
Inspired to learn more, he moved to Southern California to study with practitioners of Complementary Medicine. In the context of these studies, he had an experience so radical that the course of his life and work were forever transformed.
During a meditation class in the summer of 1989, Dr. Todd paired with another student for an exercise. The process was profound and they took turns, one in the process while the other scribed to record any breakthroughs of awareness. Much as in the Jodie Foster movie “Contact”, the usual anchor points dissolved with the feeling of instant transport to a different dimension of being. There was a doorway or portal to traverse, with a message of the responsibility taken on through the choice to go further.
Instantly upon walking through this doorway, a living form was seen that filled a room – and had the shape of a DNA strand enlarged millions of times. This form communicated that science only partly understood how DNA worked. The linear understanding of DNA as an enormous data string was correct but incomplete. In addition, DNA was a structure of coils within coils in an environment of moving charges that permitted DNA to send electromagnetic signals much as a radio transmitter. Further, DNA could receive and be conditioned by electromagnetic signals. Most significantly, if it were possible to determine and transmit the correct resonant signals, that it was possible to switch the activity of a sick cell to that of a healthy cell, an old cell to that of a young cell.
This experience brought with it a certainty that solutions were possible. After intensive review of the previous work showing the effects of electromagnetic energy patterns on cellular health and function, Dr. Todd located a colleague with the technical expertise to build the desired invention.
Quote from the South African Journal of Natural Medicine – April 2004:
“In March 2004, Dr. Todd Ovokaitys addressed the South African Natural Medicine Conference in Stellenbosch and received ovations for his work from doctors and professors of medicine who heralded his work as groundbreaking and worthy of a Nobel Prize.
[He] brought the whole audience, and perhaps even the event, to a single moment of wonder with an image of the AIDS virus being destroyed by a single blue light resonating at a frequency that shattered its membrane.
Dr. Ovokaitys also addressed other conferences in Cape Town and Johannesburg, attended not only by doctors and professors of medicine, but also by political leaders who are very concerned about the state of their people’s health. Included in the attendees was Mrs. Winnie Mandela, who thanked Dr. Todd for ‘coming to Africa to help my people.’ ”
Today, Dr. Todd heads up Gematria – a research and development firm in Carlsbad, California, implementing his intuition, and his inventions.