When I said worlds first major breakthrough I should of included of its kind. I mean learning to wash your hands to stop the spread of germs is an
impressive medical break through and I gotta say that I believe it predates the invention of Rifes' Machine. So yes first medical breakthrough of its
kind would of been the more proper way to state the Dr. Rife Pioneered radio frequency therapy.
So to answer your first question, I should of spoke in context. The First medical break through of its kind. Now as to "medical reports or
patient/doctor statement" in regards to that context;
A report from the Smithsonian Institution in 1944 validates Rife's work. Titled "The New Microscope" by Dr. R.E. Seidel (report #3781) it
states "Under the Universal Microscope disease organisms such as those of cancer ... and other disease may be observed to succumb when exposed to
certain lethal frequencies..." In layman's terms, that means they used the Universal Microscope to watch as they used a frequency generator to kill
certain virus cells, such as cancer. This report confirms... Rife's frequency therapy did work!
This virus death ray was applied to cancers in rats and it worked. The next step was humans. The results were astounding. "14 out of 16 terminal
Here is Dr. Royal Rife's report summary: "The first clinical work on cancer was completed under the supervision of Milbank Johnson, M.D., which was
setup under a special medical research committee of the University of Southern California. Sixteen cases were treated at the clinic for many types of
malignancy. After just 3 months, 14 of these so-called hopeless cases were signed off as clinically cured by a staff of medical doctors and Alvin G.
Ford, M. D., pathologist for the group."
(Note: At the time of the study's conclusion, the remaining 2 people were not cancer free; however, it is known that the other patients did
eventually recover under Dr. Rife's supervision.
But this only cites historical references from the Smithsonian Institution.
Here are some references on other Electromagnetic Therapies or Radio Frequency depending on how one wants to address the subject... Meaning its no
different from calling boxing pugilism.
Electromagnetic therapy involves the use of energy to diagnose or treat disease. Electromagnetic energy includes electricity, microwaves, radio waves,
and infrared rays, as well as electrically generated magnetic fields. Although light is also a type of electromagnetic energy, light therapy is
addressed in a separate document (see Light Therapy).
From The American Cancer Society
By that definition Rife would be the pioneering medical researcher to study the phenomena and with recorded success too. I have heard that Tesla had
some concept of Rifes Ideas but history shows Tesla Took to a different field of science ,and not with any prominence, medicine.
However, in recent news new folks have discovered interesting variations of radio frequency healing.
But the invention has attracted interest and praise from the small group of doctors who are aware of it. Kanzius also says some biotech firms
have expressed interest in financing its development, though he wouldn't name them.
He applied in May for a patent on his invention, which combines a device for focusing radio waves on cancer cells with an as-yet undisclosed technique
for sensitizing cancer cells to the effects of radio frequency radiation.
He said his attorneys had cautioned him against revealing details of his invention until the patent is approved. But doctors who have reviewed it
under confidentiality agreements are enthusiastic about Kanzius' unlikely creation.
One of them, Dr. Robert J. McDonald, director of nuclear medicine at the Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center in Fort Myers, Fla., said the
invention was "absolutely amazing" and "pretty incredible."
Their are other Radio frequency therapies today for varicose veins and enlarged prostate and more various cancers too.And yet with all this proof
that radiowave frequency does affect us physically it is not a method of treatment used to cure cancer. Raidowave frequency can be FDA approved to
treat wrinkles but not Cancer. Ironic isn't?
Anyways if you require more empirical evidence you can find various photos and Video of Rife in his work as he actively and methodically filmed and
photographed and otherwise documented his work. His scientific method is not in question considered his level of scrutiny for the 1920.1930s. But you
may still want to see some of those slides and videos. Some you can find online others you may have to travel to the Smithsonian to study in
person... like culture slides and what not.
Now onto question two!
You asked me about my comments on the fact that companies retail this machine for up to $2000USD, when the parts to make this machine can be bought
for between $15-$100USD?
I think I overpaid for my unit. But I also think its is worth its weight in gold, literally. It is not as good or precise as other units but it is
what has given my the majority of my interaction with Rife Technology and the Radio Frequency Healing therapy Rife Technology uses. I have seen the 30
day free trial version that can utilize your computer to generate precise radio frequencies. I have also sat in front a VIBE machine and have some
thoughts about it as it cost 10,000$ Which is about the same price of a fully functional close as possible reproduction of the original Rife Devices.
Beam Ray and all. The reason the higher end models cost more is reflective of their superior quality. Basically, I think some folks are more proud of
their own particular rife unit model than others, and that the more prideful folks charge more for their machines.
I have seen the cheapest Rife CDs for as low as .99 cents. On ebay. Which is still .99 cents more than the free 30 day trial version. Some folks are
working with all their might to get this thing better understood and more thoroughly tested and other folks want to make a buck when they help. Its
the way of the world. What more can I say?
Now when I asked you about your thoughts you said that you thought that if it worked it would help the economy.
How would a Scientific Miracle Machine that could kill all harmful viral and Bacterial infection received by you personally as a
medical professional IE: You have this SMM and seen it work in all satisfaction to your observation. How would you deal with it?
Secondary follow up, Question 2
If you saw this Scientific Miracle Machine go into continuing clinical trials for 80 years before being approved would that be an acceptable amount
of time to determine if this device works?
At this time, I'd like to attempt to correct something you said in your prior post.
The FDA certainly thinks so, in fact they have prohibited its use in the United States declaring it illegal.
Now this, to my knowledge is not entirely accurate. You can use it to your hearts contents but you can not openly promote the idea that it works as a
medical device to cure disease when you use it... It is the making of the claim that it works that is outlawed.
So it would seem to be a conspiracy of silence to me. Considering on the one side you have folks willing to go to jail, who methodically document
and video record their findings, turn them over for peer reviews only to be rejected because of lack of medical "Bona Fides" or other trumped up
reasons to be ignored. To say it works is criminal so what do we attribute our observations to when we see folks over come diseases like multipe
myoloma or Psoriasis. Both interesting disease and both incurable allegedly but I have seen folks recover from both after using my machine. Is the
legal thing to do, give god the credit for those folks getting healed?
How scientific no?
Assuming this machine works and people that used it would be disease free and that this machine can be mass produced and widely utilized what could
we expect from the world wide impact of people no longer dying of disease but only by accident and violent tragedy.... People age badly and die early
because of preventable disease but this could even treat their indiscretions of indulgence. How would the world react if this device would let us all
die old and long lived of nothing more than the wear and tear of old age?
Has the FDA or AMA ever been caught manipulating results of any clinical trials of medicines and therapies to get certain ones
to pass or fail and thus control the market of what is and is not acceptable drugs and treatment options for the sick? In other words has any of those
bureaucrats ever get caught cheating the people of proper medical advancements?
The floor is yours my friend.