History / Science behind RIFE RESONANCE Therapy
Rife's Illumination and Elimination of microbes. In the 1930's, Dr. Royal Rife, a microbiologist in San Diego, California, invented an optical microscope powerful enough to see living bacteria, viruses and fungi (pathogens) that he suspected were causing various illnesses. To see them better, he illuminated them with a light frequency that matched their resonance frequency, causing them to “glow”. However, when he stepped up the intensification, he saw the microbes either bursting open or becoming inanimate.
This observation led Rife to design, develop and build some machines to generate precise frequencies, which could selectively kill bacteria, viruses and fungi , by subjecting them to their own resonant frequency (today called their “Mortal Oscillatory rate”), akin to how an opera singer can break a wine glass.
In his book: The Cancer Cure That Worked , Barry Lynes desribes how Rife was shut down and his technology suppressed by the FDA and certain people in the American Medical Association (AMA).
This video tells The Royal Rife Story and Royal Rife: In His Own Words
Others have since modified and expanded Rife's research to experiment with sets of frequencies to help fight various diseases, including different cancers. By targeting their associated/responsible microbes. The microbial theory of cancer ascribes the blame to a “cancer microbe” that has entered inside a normal cell, causing cellular energy production to switch from aerobic respiration to inefficient anaerobic fermentation. Eventually, the microbe alters the cell's DNA causing unregulated cellular division. The Rife technology is capable of killing microbes inside cells by utilizing a carrier frequency wave to transport the killer wave through cell membranes. By killing the cancer microbe, the invaded cell reverts to normal, and there is no “mess” for the immune system to "pick up". The microbe being INSIDE the cell explains why conventional antibiotic treatments have no affect against cancer.
Others have experienced the Rife Resonance effect on microbes
Summer 1934, a cancer clinic in La Jolla, California confirmed that the Rife Resonance Therapy could reverse cancer. Under the sponsorship of the University of Southern California, a group of leading American bacteriologists and physicians conducted the first successful cancer clinic. Their results showed that:
(a) Cancer was caused by a microorganism;
(b) The microorganism could be painlessly destroyed in terminally ill cancer patients;
(c) The effects of cancer could be reversed.
During the decade that followed, there was a “buzz” as the technology and the subsequent successful treatment of cancer patients was discussed at medical conferences, disseminated in a medical journal, cautiously but professionally reported in a major newspaper, and technically explained in an annual report published by the Smithsonian Institution:
“Disease organisms such as those of tuberculosis, cancer, sarcoma, typhoid and others may be observed to succumb when exposed to certain lethal frequencies peculiar to each individual organism, and directed upon them by rays conveying a wide range of waves.”
- Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report 1944
Physicists use frequency to shake viruses to death
“Physicists at Arizona State University say they have developed a method to calculate the exact frequency that it would take to shake a virus to death, according to an article published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
Researchers have discovered that when viruses are bombarded with laser pulses of the right frequency, they shake apart. This arises from an inherent characteristic of all objects called a 'resonant frequency,'which is the frequency at which an object naturally vibrates.”
- Natural News, August 31, 2008
Famous composer experimented with combinations of frequencies and shattered microorganisms
“I began to try different frequencies, and at first nothing happened. Then I tried putting more than one frequency into the organism simultaneously.”Then a light bulb went on for Dr. Holland. “If I added one additional frequency, in a special relationship to the first frequency, I'd be creating more power and have a better chance at landing on the frequency necessary to change the organism,”Dr. Holland says. “When I added the eleventh harmonic, I looked through the microscope and discovered that the microorganism had shattered. It reminded me of how a crystal glass shatters when a soprano hits just the right note.”
- Jefferson Surgical Solutions, Fall 2000
Haydn's concerto in C major (plus two other amplified frequencies) disintegrate several organisms on live video camera
"Many organisms were immobilized over the course of three hours ofexperiments, but most interesting were the total and dramatic 'devitalization' /destruction / disintegration / molecular reorganization of seven microorganisms,all caught on video tape.”
- Skidmore College
Cancer growth inhibited by frequencies
“The fields they use, with frequencies in the hundreds of kilohertz, were previously thought to do nothing significant to living cells other than heating them. But Palti and colleagues have conducted a small clinical trial showing that the fields have an effect in slowing the growth of tumors [brain tumors in cancer patients]."
- Physics Today, Aug. '07
“Low-intensity, intermediate-frequency (100-300 kHz), alternating electric fields, delivered by means of insulated electrodes, were found to have a profound inhibitory effect on the growth rate of a variety of human and rodent tumor cell lines and malignant tumors in animals.”
- Cancer Research 64, May 1, 2004,
Electric field and ultrasound kill cancer cells in vitro and in mice
“Scientists at a Northern Ireland biotech company have developed a new noninvasive technique that has been used to destroy cancer cells in mice. Instead of surgery, drugs or radiation treatment, researchers at Gendel used an electric field and ultrasound to kill cancerous cells in the laboratory and tumors in 50 mice, a science magazine said Wednesday)The technique relies on the application of an electric field to a tumor to make it susceptible to a follow-up blast of ultrasound),”[according to New Scientist].
-LONDON, Jan 29, 2003 (Reuters)
In vitro cancer cells destroyed by EM signals
“This study, despite its imperfection, demonstrates in an irrefutable way that it is possible to destroy almost totally in vitro cancerous human cells by appropriate electromagnetic signals.”
- Jean-Claude Mainguy, M.D., ex-director of Moanda Hospital (Gabon)
Experimental Research Protocol Utilizing a Function Generator to Reduce Pain and Symptoms in Cancer, Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. | December 1, 2010. Permission granted