Dr. Raymond Royal Rife

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The inventor of frequency therapy 

The physician and scientist Dr. Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971) is one of the great geniuses of the last century. Already in the 1920ies he developed a microscope (up to 30.000x magnification) and a highly effective frequency therapy. 

Rife used his special microscopes to study the pathogens typical of each disease. He found that each pathogen oscillates in its own frequency pattern. And he discovered that diseases can be cured by frequencies based on their individual electromagnetic signature. 

With the universal microscope he developed, he was the first person to see a living virus. After countless failures, Rife finally isolated and identified a "cancer virus", which he considered to be the main cause of cancer. He introduced the so-called BX virus into 400 laboratory animals, created 400 tumours and eliminated them. Similarly, he produced and cured many other diseases. 

He then exposed the pathogens to a resonance which was destructive only for them and which he derived from their own unmistakable oscillation pattern. Just as the resonance frequency that a wine glass breaks can only burst this type of glass, frequencies only destroy pathogens with exactly the same oscillation pattern. 

If a required technology did not exist in his experiments, Rife simply invented it: the first microdissectors, micromanipulators and ultraviolet superimposition microscopes. Rife was awarded an honorary doctorate in medicine by the University of Heidelberg. 

The possible side effects of the rife therapy are mainly caused by the killing of the pathogens (e.g. Herxheimer reaction by bacterial endotoxins). The body must detoxify and discharge the parasite corpses and the toxins released.

Without knowing Enderlein and Bechamp, Rife also discovered and described the phenomenon of pleomorphism. According to Rife, pathogens change their form depending on the body environment and can change from harmless to aggressive stages. Researcher Gaston Naessens has confirmed many of Rife's discoveries.  

The study

In 1934, the University of Southern California commissioned a medical research committee to bring sixteen end-stage cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital in Rife's San Diego clinic laboratory for treatment. The team consisted of doctors and pathologists who were to examine the patients after 90 days if they were still alive. 

After three months of treatment, the committee noted in its report that fourteen patients had fully recovered. The treatment was now slightly changed and the remaining two patients recovered during the following four weeks. 

The destruction of Rife's life's work

Not everyone was enthusiastic about this new, inexpensive cure for cancer. Morris Fishbein, president of the American Medical Association and lobbyist for the pharmaceutical industry, wanted to buy Rife's discovery, but Rife refused. 

This resulted in a series of tragic events: On the eve of a press conference on the results of the 1934 study, Dr. Milbank Johnson, who had ten years of experience in Rife therapy, was severely poisoned and his documents were "lost". 

Rife's laboratory fell victim to arson and sabotage. A similar fire also destroyed the Burnett Lab, which confirmed this therapy. Dr. Nemes, who had published some excerpts from Rife's work, died in a mysterious fire. Rife himself was tried under dubious accusations. 

The doctors who treated according to his method, were forbidden this form of treatment under threat of loss of license. In 1939, almost all members of the committee denied ever having met Rife. 

Royal Raymond Rife originally developed a device using a plasma tube. In the fifties he developed with the technician John Grane a new kind of frequency therapy device, which sends electromagnetic resonance waves into the body by means of electrodes attached to the body. 

Only 10 years later, the American Medical Association also put an end to this form of therapy. In 1960, John Grane's laboratory was searched without a house search warrant, years of work were confiscated or destroyed. Although there was ample evidence of the efficacy of the Rife-Grane-Therapy, it was not admitted to trial. 

John Grane was sentenced to 10 years in prison, of which he actually spent 3 years and 1 month behind bars. Royal Rife himself was killed in 1971 by an overdose of Valium and alcohol at Grossmont Hospital. All clinical records of his work have been removed from the scientific archives. The tragic story of Rife's frequency therapy can be read in Barry Lyne's well-known book The Rife Report - The Cancer Cure that worked.

The most important Rife frequencies 

Rife frequencies can be found today for an efficient frequency therapy in Rife machine Diamond Shield and on frequency chipcards.

A number of frequencies are used by users of the rife therapy for various diseases. The Rife frequencies are generally well tolerated.

Rife's research (see Pleomorphismology) explains that a few universal frequencies can bring relief or healing in many degenerative, chronic and acute inflammatory diseases.