THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF RIFE
OLD AND NEW EVIDENCE
By Shaman Jim © 2017
For those of you who are sincerely
looking for evidence to back up the anecdotal, testimonial and other
theoretical information on rife therapy, this is for you.
Rife therapy has been so suppressed
for the over half a century since Royal Rife first walked the Earth and
invented his Rife machine, that little formal clinical study has been allowed
by the big money interests. Since it conflicts heavily with the big pharma
paradigm and other mainline medical interests, few have had the courage to even
build and use the devices let alone try to validate them with any real peer
reviewed experiments. They see what
happened to Rife and the many doctors who tried to help him bring this
incredible invention to the world. All of this is
documented in the LA times articles and other sources still available at the great site www.rife.org
This site, a wealth of information,
was taken down several times and it is a tribute to the owner that he kept
putting it back up. Plenty
of solid evidence to check out.
Gary Wade, being a physicist, actually
figured out how the original rife machine worked and he built his own machine
using the basic physics. Rife, was an expert in optics but not a physicist, yet
he accomplished amazing things with the limited technology of that time circa
1930s. Gary, found that the so-called
radio waves emitted from the tube rife used, actually produced ultrasonic waves
when it hit the dead skin layer of the human body. These ultrasound waves were
the actual delivery system of the energy that caused the pathogens to literally
“blow up” when he hit the resonant frequency of that particular organism, (Rife
called this the MOR or "Mortal
Gary has designed his machine to
make the best of this phenomenon so it maximizes the effect with an intensity many
times that of the original rife device but still a lot less than the energy
used by the typical ultrasound device used to observe a baby in the
uterus. With this contact device any
part of the body can be focused on or it can be placed in certain globally
But, you say, where is some current scientific evidence? How can ultrasound kill germs and not hurt
the host body? Excellent
Part of this answer is explained in the many articles on this site, e.g.
animal cells have the ability to ward off the effects that damage more
primitive cells like viruses and bacteria, etc.
But here are two current scientific studies that show how resonant
frequencies and sound waves can kill not only germs, but cancer cells!
Scientists may one day be able to destroy viruses in the same
way that opera singers presumably shatter wine glasses. New research
mathematically determined the frequencies at which simple viruses could be
shaken to death.
"The capsid of a virus is something like the shell of a
turtle," said physicist Otto Sankey of Arizona State University. "If
the shell can be compromised [by mechanical vibrations], the virus can be
Recent experimental evidence has shown that laser pulses
tuned to the right frequency can kill certain viruses. However, locating these
so-called resonant frequencies is a bit of trial and error.
Full article at:
Granted, light and sound seem to be
different types of waves but the idea is that sympathetic vibration
resulting from the action of either sound or light can disrupt a primitive
organism’s cell structure. Rife observed
the very moment of this disruption when he hit the MOR as he observed in real
time through the microscope he himself constructed to do just this.
One challenge is that laser light cannot penetrate the skin
very deeply. But Sankey imagines that a patient might be hooked up to a
dialysis-like machine that cycles blood through a tube where it can be hit with
a laser. Or perhaps, ultrasound can be used instead of lasers.
This is another reason why sound
works better since it penetrates deeper than visible light and can even go into
bone and teeth etc. without breaking the skin, i.e. the energy of light or
photons is easily absorbed by the body material but sound passes through much
They go on in the article to explain
how hard it is to get the exact frequency right to get the job done;
It is difficult to calculate what sort of push will kill a
virus, since there can be millions of atoms in its shell structure. A direct
computation of each atom's movements would take several hundred thousand
Gigabytes of computer memory, Sankey explained.
That is why Gary has ingeniously
designed his machine to “scan” through frequencies from 0 to many millions of
cycles per second, way beyond the range of the original rife machine. A typical scan takes about 45 minutes and is
able to catch whatever frequency is needed, even if the operator has no idea
what it is. And since most of these pathogens can mutate and/or change form
over their life span, this means you don’t have to know the exact frequency in
order to kill it!
Of course, Gary would yell at us for
over-simplifying this issue and we may have some details wrong. That is why he
is there to answer your questions and he is devoted to helping as we have seen
over the years.
Now here is the coup de gras
An intense form of ultrasound that shakes a tumor until its
cells start to leak can trigger an “alarm” that enlists immune defenses against
the cancerous invasion, according to a study led by researchers at Duke
University's Pratt School of Engineering.
This high-intensity focused ultrasound, or HIFU, is in use or
testing in China, Europe and the United States to kill tumors by heating them.
But Duke researchers now find that HIFU might work even better if it is first
delivered in a manner that just shakes the cells. That shaking ruptures tumor
cell membranes, causing them to spill their contents. The toxic spill then
alerts the immune system to the cancer threat, leading to the production of
tumor-fighting white blood cells.
And so now science is validating
what Royal Rife said and observed in the 1930s as he watched this very thing
happen through his microscope using his rife machine.
Full article at:
And, it does not have to be intense;
it just has to be enough intensity, at the right frequency and for the right
duration. You do not need a sledge hammer if you know what you are doing. And what is shaking but vibration. We call it
sound when it reaches 15 cycles per second for a human and ultrasound above
about 20,000 cps depending on age etc.; but it is all
"The maximum range of human hearing includes sound
frequencies from about 15 to about 18,000 waves, or cycles, per second."
"The general range of hearing for young people is 20 Hz to 20 kHz."
The physics of it are very clear if
you have the patience to read Gary’s articles because he explains it on the
level of the layman and also offers up the science and math for those who want
it. See below for some introductory
So, there are a number of good
articles that lend credibility to the use of rife
ultrasound in the healing of the human body. Many others will claim that it is
radio waves, or some mystic force.
Perhaps these work too, but the use of rife
frequencies is just basic physics. The
same principle of sound operates when a loud sound sets off a snow avalanche or
why soldiers used to have to break stride when they crossed a bridge, or the
opera singer who broke the wine glass with a single note etc. Resonance is a fact and setting up a standing
wave can bring enough force to break down structures. The structure of a virus or bacteria is very
weak compared to an animal cell and they do not have the wherewithal to repair
themselves as do our cells.
Note: If you want to actually
experience this principle at work at least in part, take a good piano, one that
has all three pedals really functional, and hold down the sostenuto
pedal (the middle one). Sing a note like
an A and all the A’s will ring back at you in all the octaves. Play a series of notes and you will hear a
chord, e.g. a c major chord, C---E---G.
Taking this further, if a standing wave is formed in a weak structure
like the cell wall of a typical pathogen, the constant pressure will cause the
structure to destruct;
Some introductory articles that
range in difficulity.