I read the whole thing, don't worry, it just seems that you don't believe that the doctor here knows anything about the body or how it works and is
only out to make money and has no innate intelligence. If that's not how it was meant then I appologise... Tis one of the downfalls of this type of
communication unfortunately, but hey ho. Aaaanyway...
So he ionises gas to create the spark and produce EM waves, fair enough.
When you listen to music does it not make you feel happy or sad depending on what it is you are listening too????
quote: Why would sound vibrations help us in this way if it's got nothing to do with this form of vibrations?
Without music you would be most depressed and probly not very sociable music goes back thousands and thousands of years BC so don't give me that
music don't a make a difference crap.
Lol, Oh I love music, it's one of the things that keeps me going and I won't dispute the effect it has on the state of mind, but is this really the
same effect as that which destroys cancer cells? I think we've wondered off the subject here somewhat.
Its not one magical frequncy you fool, if you had read he found over 500 frequncies that killed all different illnesses not just cancer.
I don't appreciate insults. In anycase, does this mean that he didn't find ones that kill human cells too? To remove cateracts etc he must have had
live tests, do we know of any fatalities or injuries he caused in this process?
You are obviously ignorant to the fact that something might be beyond you reasoning of thought and education. I'm not going to even attempt to
argue with you on the vibrational energies that is what makes up our ENTIRE DNA gene poole and the universe. I take it you know what a Chakra/Aura is
don't you??? We have proven this exist but still nothing really gets mentioned about them so could you please tell me in your opinion what these
electro/biological anomolies are???
I'm not ignorant to the fact it might beyond me, I'm here to learn as well as input the knowledge I've gained over the years. I'm not here to
argue, you just haven't stated what the vibrational evergies are, how they are formed or wether you've got any evidence for this theory being proved
as you've stated earlier. I'm happy to listen to all the information if you're willing to inform me.
The Aura I have no problem with, I know a number of experiments that have been done to prove this, which I guess I'll bring up the information for as
you don't seem to want to... You should read a book by Lyall Watson called "SUPERNATURE" (Coronet Books/Hodder Paperbacks Ltd. 1974) It really is
amazingly interesting reading, I'll do a few extracts from it including the references so you can look it up yourself(s).
The idea that an energy cloud, or "aura," surrounding the body goes back many centuries. Old pictures of holy men show them standing in a
luminous surround long before Christians invented the Halo. This haze with the mythical properties was first investigated by Walter Kilner of St.
Thomas' Hospital in London, who found in 1911 that, by looking through a coloured glass screens, he could see a radiant fringe about six inches wide
around most bodies *1. He claimed that this aura changed shape and colour according to the well-being of the person wearing it, and he used it as an
aid to medical diagnosis.
*1 KILNER, W. J. The human atmosphere. London: Rebman, 1911.
The fact that man's body sends out electromagnetic waves just too long for most people to see has been vividly demonstrated by the new
"thermographic" technique, which translates heat radiation into wonderful colour pictures *2 Atoms generate infrared rays by their constant motion,
and the warmer they are the more active they become.
*2 SOCHUREK, H. "Hot Stuff," Observer Magazine, 5 December 1971
Following up Kilner's work, the Cambridge biologist oscar Bagnall has tried to describe the aura in physical terms. He claims that it can
most easily be seen after "sensitizing" the eyes by looking for sometime through a solution of the coaltar dye dicyanide or pinacyanol *3
Bagnall reports that the aura cannot be dispersed by a current of air but that it is attracted to a magnet held close to the skin and that, like the
electrical field around a charged conductor, it extends farthest from a projection such as a finger or the tip of the nose.
*3 "The origin and properties of the human Aura". New York: University Books, 1970
In 1939 the electrician Seymon Kirlian was called to a university laboratory to repair an instrument used in electrotherapy. He noticed that
when a patient recieved treatment with the machine, there was a tiny flash of light between the electrodes. He tried to take photographs with this
light and discovered that it was possible to do this without a camera by inserting a plate directly between the high frequency spark and his hand. On
being developed, the photographic plate produced a glowing image of his outstretched fingers. Other living objects produced pictures studded with dits
and flares, but with inert objects there was no image at all. Kirlian built his own machine to generate high-frequency electrical fields with an
oscillation of two hundred thousand sparks per second between electrodes. He also designed an optical viewer. *3
*3 LEONIDOV, I. "Signals of What?" Soviet Union 145: 1962
At the Kirov State University, in Alma-Ata, a group of Biophysicist and biochemists are trying to study this energy body with the aid of an
electron microscope *4 They claim that it is "some sort of elementary plasma like constellation made of ionized particles. It is not a chaotic
system, but a whole unified organism in itself."
*4 OSTRANDER, S. & SCHROEDER, L. "Psychic discoveries behind the iron Curtain." Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1971.
Interesting that the body seems to surround itself by a low density plasma, whcih can be picked up by high frequency photographs. However, I maintain
that these are created by the body, which incidentally creates a magnetic field due to the electrical activity within it... which is the only thing
that can contain a plasma effectively.
Reading this makes Rife's machine a little more plausable. It's quote possible that this "Aura" could be present and be able to be imaged and from
this the health of the inside be pertained. However, I don't think that directing high frequency waves at the body at specific frequencies could cure
cancer or destroy specific bacteria. Theoretically I could believe that using a directed magnetic field it would be possible to effect this Aura,
perhaps even help defects within the body. I think it's unlikely, but I have an open mind and realise we don't know anything, unlike how you seem to
It's an interesting subject but so far it seems that there haven't been any major break throughs in this area. The aura could well be just the
electromagnetc signal surounding the body created by various electrical activity from the brain/muscles/etc.
In anycase, I still don't think that the microscope exists with such properties and that his machine failed to do what it did from your
Any detailed diagrams/explanations would be helpful. You keep asking us to prove that it doesn't work, yet you won't tell us how it works, so how
Back up your arguments please.
Ionised gas is not exposed to the patient only the frequencies in which the 1750 volt machine generates using the ionised gas to change the
frequency from audible to ultra sonic waves.
From audible to ultrasonic? So he's using soundwaves now and merely altering the frequency? You're contradicting yourself.
Please do not turn this into a political issue there is obviously something at hand that cannot be explained and Dr Royal Rife comes across as
an extremly intelligent man who spent most of his life wanting to help others just like you or I. So move to a different country thus suing is not a
I'M making this a political issue!? You've been consitently telling us how the Governments are covering up the existance of it, along with all the
major medical establishments... That they hide the technology for their own monetary gain. How is that not political?
quote: Oh, and can we have some proof of his curing of 16 people from cancer please?
Well prove it didn't
Excuse me? That's an immature statement, please, back up your arguments.
Crap, sorry that was so long... I'll shut up