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Note: This article was written about cancer, but the Rife Machine is effective against a wide range of different diseases. In fact, it can be used to treat so many diseases that the list is too long to include here.

Quick Summary

Rife Therapy is a vibrational treatment that uses electromagnetic energy to treat cancer via a special machine that was developed in the 1930’s by Royal Rife. His machine and its effects was tested and verified at the University of Southern California. Today, Rife Machines can be purchased online and used at home.

Detailed Information

 

Rife Therapy involves the use of specialized frequencies of electromagnetic energy to treat cancer. It’s a non-invasive treatment that was developed in the 1930’s by a man named Royal Rife, an optical engineer and technician. Using a special tool called the Rife Universal Microscope, Rife was able to observe the microorganism that causes cancer while the microorganism was still alive. As a result, he was then able to build and tune a machine, the Rife Beam Ray to the microorganism’s Mortal Oscillatory Rate (MOR). Patients who were treated with the Rife Beam Ray tuned to a MOR specific to the invading pathogen for just a few minutes were often miraculously cured. In fact, the Rife Beam Ray had a success rate of higher than 90% at treating cancer [1][5].

 

In 1934, Royal Rife worked as part of an investigational cancer research team at the University of Southern California where he exposed 16 patients with different type of terminal cancer to daily doses of Rife Therapy for 3 minute intervals. After three months of daily treatments, 14 of the 16 patients were pronounced cured of their cancer by a staff of five medical doctors [1][5].

Politics

The high success rate of Rife Therapy for cancer treatment was covered up by orthodox medicine. Morris Fishbein, an editor at the Journal of the American Medical Association sought to buy into Rife’s therapy so that he could control the Rife Beam Ray. Fishbein, who was later convicted of racketeering was turned away by Royal Rife. So Fishbein decided that if he couldn’t control the Rife Beam Ray, he’d cover it up and suppress it. One of Rife’s laboratories mysteriously burned to the ground and Rife was dragged through the court system on trumped-up charges. At that time, doctors who had been using the Rife Beam Ray to cure cancer were forced to abandon it or be blacklisted by major medical organizations such as the American Medical Association  [1][2][6].

 

A number of people have built frequency generators to duplicate Rife’s system and people have reported success at curing cancer, but the FDA confiscates these machines to keep this cancer cure under wraps. Some experts believe that Rife Therapy is one of the most important but suppressed medical approaches of all time [1][3].

Safety and Effectiveness

The Rife Beam Ray is safe and effective. It is an ultrasonic device used to kill pathogens. There are no apparent side effects from using a Rife Machine because germs and pathogens with their weak outer cell walls, each have their own resonant frequencies at which they’ll vibrate until their structure is disrupted (like how an opera singer can shatter a wine glass). Mammalian cell membranes and the cell membranes of organelles don’t have membranes that are disrupted by Rife frequencies [3].

 

The ultrasonic waves used in a Rife Machine is thousands of times less powerful than the ultrasonic waves used to view babies before they’re born. Rife Therapy is non-toxic and non-invasive and it does not damage normal, healthy human cells. It is safe to do Rife Therapy in tandem with most other treatment modalities [3].

How Rife Therapy Is Administered

Rife Therapy can be aimed at a particular location on the body, or it can be administered as ultrasound waves through the feet and hands [3]

Possible Negative Effects

Some sources suggest that it is less toxic to do short treatment cycles every day, or every two to three days to avoid the development of toxemia from killing cancer cells too quickly [7].

Other Important Information

By 1939, Dr. Rife had identified the lethal ultrasound frequencies for 52 disease-causing microbes. All of this work was verified in clinical trials that were undertaken in 1934, 1935, and 1937 by the Special Medical Research Committee at the University of Southern California [4]. Using the Rife Universal Microscope, Rife and other researchers have been able to identify the MOR for thousands of diseases [8].

 

There are a variety of places where you can buy Rife Machines online. Prices vary depending on which machine/package you buy ranging from about $300 to $1000. It is also possible to buy a Rife Beam Ray.

 

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Resources

 

[1] Gerber, R. (2001). Vibrational Medicine: The #1 Handbook of Subtle-Energy Therapies. Bear & Company: Rochester, VT.

 

[2] Pilkington M. (2003). Dr. Rife’s oscillating beam ray. Retrieved March 20, 2018 from https://www.theguardian.com/science/2003/apr/03/research.science1

[3] Alternative Medicine Truth (2007). Rife Therapy and Treatment Explained. Retrieved March 20, 2018 from http://alternativemedicinetruth.blogspot.mx/2007/03/rife-therapy-and-treatment-explained.html

 

[4] Wade, G. (2000). Alternative Medicine Therapies, Cures, and Treatments: Vibratory Energy Medicine. Retrieved March 20, 2018 from http://www.rifeenergymedicine.com/vema.html

 

[5] Lynes, B. (1987). The Cancer Cure That Worked: 50 Years of Suppression. Compcare Publications: Minneapolis.

 

[6] Haley, D. (2000). Politics in Healing: The Suppression and Manipulation of American Medicine. Jerrys Tools, Inc.

 

[7] Wade, G. (1999). Rife Frequencies: Finding the Actual Ultrasound Frequencies to Kill a Microbe. Retrieved March 20, 2018 from http://www.rifeenergymedicine.com/Alberta1.html

 

[8] ETDFL Association (2017-2018). The ETDFL: Electrotherapy Device Frequency List v 2017 – 2018. Retrieved March 21, 2018 from file:///Users/jennifershipp/Downloads/ENGLISH-ETDFL_2017-2018.pdf