László Harasztosi

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László Harasztosi at breaking the Guinness record

László Harasztosi, also known as Lazlo Hypnotist, is a psychic, bioenergeticist, and alternative medicine practitioner. His speciality is attaching metal objects on human bodies. When breaking the Guinness record in 1998, he placed two disks weighing altogether 57,64 kg (127 lbs) on László Fekete’s chest (the strongest man of Hungary[1]).

His activity consists of healing, performances in shows, and preparation of sportspeople. Cosmos Church of Universal Love was founded with his leadership.[2][3][4] His book titled Cosmic energy – how autotherapy works and how to use the healing coin was published in 1996.[5]


Harasztosi László at healing

He was born on 28 June 1963, in the Eastern Hungarian village of Berettyóújfalu. As he stated, his ability was discovered at the age of seven, when they noticed that his touch stops pain and his presence calms down children who have gone wild.[6] Before the change of regime of 1989 in Hungary, he had to conceal his abilities for political reasons.


Improving athletes' achievement[edit]

He claims to regularly charge up chosen athletes with focused cosmic energy, which creates further resources for them, enabling them to achieve better results, increase endurance, make their muscles more flexible, shorten reaction time and recovery time.[7][8]

Psychic shows[edit]

László Harasztosi attaching objects
  • Attachment of tools: attaching cutlery or domestic appliances (e.g. an iron) on volunteers’ bare torsos.
  • Mass psychosis and hypnosis: with his "mental energy", he sticks chosen people to their seats or makes them stand up despite their will, or he makes them fall from a standing position even if they are not present in the room. On his command, the participants will imitate various sounds, they will sing, or speak about a topic specified by him.

He appeared in Hungary in the programme Esti Showder by RTL Klub, among other programmes.[9][10]


The “Magician”
  1. ^ László Fekete’s website (English version)
  2. ^ (in Hungarian) Cosmos Church of Universal Love
  3. ^ (in Hungarian) Tamás Szabó votive pastor on Cosmos Church of Universal Love
  4. ^ (in Hungarian) Alphabetical list of churches in Hungary Archived 26 June 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ László Harasztosi (1996). Kozmikus energia – az öngyógyítás folyamata és a gyógyító érme használata [‘Cosmic energy – how autotherapy works and how to use the healing coin’]. Budapest: Kornétás Kiadó. ISBN 963-7843-50-7.
  6. ^ László Harasztosi’s website: Beginning Archived 5 February 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ László Harasztosi’s website: Sport Archived 5 February 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  8. ^ A special kind of preparation Archived 4 October 2011 at the Wayback Machine. – article by Eurosport on László Harasztosi's way to recharge sportspeople (original Hungarian version)
  9. ^ (in Hungarian) Report about his appearance in Esti Showder Archived 21 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine. (showder.hu)
  10. ^ (in Hungarian) Video recording of Fábry Show Archived 11 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine., pictures of Fábry Show in the Gallery Archived 5 February 2011 at the Wayback Machine.

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