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Dr. Royal Raymond Rife and the Rife Machine
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Dr. Royal Raymond Rife
Born in 1888 in Elkhorn , Nebraska, Royal Raymond Rife was a gifted scientist, studying bacteriology at John Hopkins University, at the University of Heidelberg and at his own laboratory. He received an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Heidelberg. Dr. Rife master several different scientific disciplines. If he needed an instrument to perform a new task, he simply invented it. It is reported that some of his technologies are still used.
Well Equipped Laboratories
It is reported that his laboratories were among best equipped at the time he was working and included a room where he performed surgery on animals along with a pathology room equipped with all types of microscopes. These microscopes reportedly included ones he built himself, capable of seeing and observing viruses.
Invisible Microbes Could Now Be Seen
It is widely accepted that, in 1920, Royal R Rife began his experiments using electronic frequencies on viruses and bacteria. Previous to that time, microbes were invisible, but using his own powerful microscopes, he was able to see them.
By 1933, he had built what was called the Universal Microscope. This microscope was amazingly powerful and complex with its 6,000 parts. Dr. Rife claimed that his microscope could magnify an object to 60,000 its size.
Royal Rife explained what was so useful about this microscope. It could observe the microbes while they were still alive. This was different from the electron microscopes which destroyed the viruses and bacteria.
Virus and Bacteria Could Be Killed
What Dr Rife claimed is that each microbe has its own resonance frequency. With the Rife technology, he bombarded the microbes with light frequency which matched that of the microbe at an intense level. He called his machine the Beam Ray machine. What he said happened was that the microbes would explode or shrivel up and die. Some researchers today are reported to be corroborating Royal Rife's discoveries.
Healthy Cells Are Not Affected
Since the frequency is different for any other healthy cells near the unhealthy ones, those cells are not damaged no matter how intense the frequency is.
The Wine Glass Analogy
The results Dr. Rife reported are not unlike the wine glass which will shatter when an opera singer sings the right note at a high enough frequency.
The End to All Diseases
The work of Dr Royal Rife was not going unnoticed. In November of 1931, The San Diego Evening Trubune reported that Dr. Milbank Johnson, Director of the Southern California American Medical Association, honored Dr. Rife at a banquet held at his own estate in Pasadena, California. Forty-four of the US's most respected doctors from around the country attended. The banquet was fittingly called "The End to All Diseases."
Can the Rife Machine Cure Cancer?
In 1934, an experiment was reportedly conducted that did show the Rife machine cured cancer. It is commonly reported that a Special Medical Research Committee was formed at the University of Southern California. The committee consisted of medical doctors and pathologists. It is reported that they brought sixteen terminally ill cancer patients who were near death form the Pasadena County Hospital to the laboratory of Dr Rife to be treated with the Rife frequency generator. The plan was for the patients to be examined in 90 days if they were still alive.
Reports are that after the 90 days, the patients were examined and fourteen of them were declared cured. The other two stayed at the laboratory. Their treatments were intensified. Four weeks later, those two were also declared cured.
If all this is true, why aren't doctors today using the Rife machine for cancer and other diseases? What you are about to read may seem unbelievable, but books by Barry Lynes and numerous websites have reported this information. We are repeating it here for you.
According to reports, by 1939, almost all of the forty-four doctors attending the banquet to honor Raymond Rife were denying they had ever met him. Allegations are that drug companies, bent on stifling the Rife technologies, waged war and won.
Dr. Milbank Johnson
Dr. Milbank Johnson, who held the banquet in Dr. Rife's honor, was about to announce the results of the 1934 study of the sixteen cancer patients who were reportedly cured. However, he never got to make that announcement. It is reported that just hours before making the announcement, he was fatally poisoned and his papers were "lost."
Dr. Rife's Work and Laboratory
It is reported that Morris Fishbein, sole stockholder of the American Medical Association, tried unsuccessfully to buy the rights to the Rife machines. Soon afterwards, written records, stop motion photographs, film and other evidence of Rife's work began disappearing. Part of his Universal Microscope's nearly 6,000 pieces went missing. It is reported that the police then entered his laboratory, ransacked it and took the rest of his research records.
Dr. Nemes, who had duplicated some of Rife's experiments, was killed in a suspicious fire. His records were also destroyed in the fire.
The Burnett Laboratory
Just as scientists at the multi-million dollar Burnett Laboratory located in New Jersey were about to announce they had validated the Rife technology, the laboratory was also destroyed by a suspicious fire.
Reports are that doctors who defended Dr. Rife and his work lost their hospital privileges and foundation grants.
The Beam Ray Corporation
The Beam Ray Corporation was the only company manufacturing the Rife Beam Ray machine. Royal Rife was not a partner of the Beam Ray Corporation. It is reported that, in 1939, agents of a family controlling the drug industry brought a law suit against the corporation. The law suit brought an end to commercial manufacture of the Rife generators.
It is reported that medical journals, which were almost entirely supported by revenue from drug companies and controlled by the American Medical Association, refused to publish any paper supporting the Rife technology.
Arthur Kendall, director of the Northwestern School of Medicine,worked with Dr. Rife in his research on the cancer virus. It is reported that he accepted almost $250,000 and retired to Mexico. Remember, this was during the depression. $250,000 was an exorbitant amount then.
Dr. George Dock
Dr. George Dock collaborated Dr. Rife's work. Reports are that he accepted an enormous grant from the American Medical Association which also bestowed on him their highest honors. He also became silent.
The 1950s and 1960s
In the 1950s, Royal R Rife and his engineer, John Crane, worked to develop a new technology using frequency therapy generated by a device using electrodes. These electrodes were placed on the body and administered resonance waves to it.
By 1960, John Crane had written and copyrighted his manual in which he detailed how the frequency generator should be used to treat diseases on different parts of the body experimentally. He had notarized contracts and distributed ninety of the Rife devices for testing.
Royal Rife tried unsuccessfully to get government agencies to test and verify his Rife frequency generator. The National Research Council Committee; the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the International Cancer Clinic all declined. The American Cancer Society agreed to test it until they learned that Rife and Crane were not medical doctors.
Arrest and Trial
It is reported that in 1960, John Crane's laboratories were raided. Although there was no search warrant, $40,000 worth of equipment and a large Rife ray tube machine were confiscated. Along with the equipment, also taken were records, reports, engineering data, tape recordings, pictures off the wall, invoices and private letters.
Rife and Crane were arrested and released on bail. Rife, who was then 72 years old, escaped to Mexico and went into hiding. John Crane was put on trial in the spring of 1961. None of the large amount of scientific evidence which supported the effectiveness of their technology was allow to be presented. Crane's lawyers went to Mexico and interviewed Royal Rife. They asked him 137 questions, however, the deposition was not allowed as evidence.
John Crane was sentenced to ten years in prison. He served three years and one month. Two of the three convictions were overturned by the California State Supreme Court on appeal.
Raymond Rife Dies
Dr. Rife died in 1971 at the age of 83. He had been hospitalized for alcoholism and was given valium. A mixture of valium and alcohol is lethal.
The AMA is Guilty
It has been reported that in 1980, the American Medical Association was found guilty by a US Court of Appeals of "conspiracy to restrain competition. . . New methods of health care have been discouraged, restricted and in some instances eliminated."
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Rife Frequency Generators have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Rife technology is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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