Rife TherapyThe Rife machine was developed by Royal Raymond Rife in the 1920s. He was an American scientist. The machine is also called a Rife frequency generator. Rife and his supporters say that each disease or condition has its own electromagnetic frequency. They also say that finding that frequency and producing an impulse of the same frequency will kill or disable diseased cells.
Rife therapy involves passing pulsed frequencies through the body via the hands, feet or via surface pads to acupuncture points or areas of the body matching the location of symptoms. These pads are attached to the machine, which produces the electrical impulses. Sessions can be daily, weekly or less often according to the condition.
During my career in complementary therapy I have seen the most interesting developments, particularly within the field of modern acupuncture or 'biophysical medicine'. I have gone from using needle insertion to stimulate acupuncture points to using surface pads and been involved in devloping electro-acupuncture equipment that can deliver controllable frequencies to the body. Today I can deliver frequency deep into the cells by means of a Rife plasma tube. This means that it is not even necessary to attach the equipment physically to the body as the powerful electro-magnetic field radiates around the tube strongly within 6 inches and at a lesser level to a distance of about 12 feet. The emf energy is able to cover the complete acupuncture meridian system of the body and the special contact mode is capable of true reversible cell electroporation, so pathogens have nowhere to hide from the frequencies being produced.
Here is a photograph of Rife therapy being delivered over the abdominal area and treatment usually consists of placing the plasma tube over or very near to the area of damage or disease although the whole body is being covered by the frequencies at various levels.
Here is the Rife plasma tube is being used over the lower leg / feet area of the body. Rife practitioners are continuing to build on Rife's work by building a database of frequencies that are reportedly helping people with a wide variety of conditions.