It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.


Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.


Original Rife Microscope for sale

page: 2
<< 1   >>

log in


posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 10:11 PM

Originally posted by JR MacBeth
reply to post by Version100

It has nothing to do with not "allowing" people to see live specimens with an SEM, it just isn't possible...

"If" the Rife microscope could see "live" organisms the size of viruses (irrespective of the above poster who thinks using the word "live", and "virus" is somehow silly), then what "might" we see? (Suspend the thought that alternate ideas are automatically "impossible" for a moment.)

Could an organism "morph" into something "different"? This is the point, and this is what Rife found, and the implications are staggering. We generally accept that science "knows" about this sort of thing, and yet, how much could they know, if they are not able to observe an entire living process? Is an "amoeba", always an amoeba?

Sure, it's a lot of speculation at this late date, but if we allow that Rife was able to observe living processes with his microscope, that modern equipment can't seem to do today, then maybe we can leave the door open a bit.

OR, is there a new microscope that can see very small living samples now? If not, why? I'm not saying we need to get down to individual atoms, but how far down can we go, without requiring death? Was Rife's machine finding something controversial? Could this be why the government supposedly has 4 of the 6 machines?

Sounds a lot like what we hear about Tesla, and how the government confiscated a lot of his material. Maybe we should just "trust" that they have our best interests at heart, and were just protecting us from wanton discoveries?


The problem is the stuff we are trying to see is smaller than the
shortest visible wavelength of light so they have to use beams of
electrons (which cannot be created outside of vacuum) in the case
of the SEM or a point one atom wide to trace surface contours and
then create an image based on the contour trace.

Down past a certain size light just doesn't work anymore so it
becomes impossible to actually "see" what is there.

posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 10:53 PM
reply to post by scojak

I never heard about the Rife Microscope until this thread. However I have seen one of the Rife frequency machines. My sister has one and has been using it to treat a huge cancerous lump on her black labs leg. I was extremely skeptical about it, that's my nature, but I kept my opinion to myself. She has had it for years but never used it on anyone other than herself, her husband, and well,... now the dog. She is not sure that it even works but feels that it is probably not doing any harm.

Not everyone who has or uses these machines is out to make a profit or is making claims that they can cure people of cancer as some have stated.

edit on 6/10/2011 by Sparky63 because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 11:20 PM
reply to post by Sparky63

I hope she got it from a reliable source as there are people out to just make a buck.

With that said, I hope she is using all the frequencies for cancer. There are definitely a bunch you can try, and it's tough to know if one is working, so it's best to just use them all.

<< 1   >>

log in