In the early 20th century Royal Rife learned that when he intensified the frequencies he used to observe the viruses and bacteria, they either burst or became inanimate. This led to the development of a remarkable way of selectively destroying these bacteria and viruses: by subjecting them to an intensified version of their own resonant frequency, much the same way a wine glass can be shattered when an opera singer hits the right note.
By using the principle that every molecule vibrates at a unique frequency, Rife discovered that when increasing the intensity of the frequency at which a microbe resonates, it disintegrates from structural stresses. Through his research, he was able to discover many of the exact frequencies for the mortal oscillatory rates for many viruses. Rife designed a frequency generating device named the Rife Machine based on his observations on frequencies and harmonics. Unfortunately, much of his work was lost or destroyed during his lifetime. Today, echoing Rife’s research into the power of frequencies, the emerging fields of electro-medicine therapy provide a new approach to disease modification.
Royal Rife, born in 1888, was a gifted scientist and researcher. His revolutionary discoveries in the invisible realm of viruses and bacteria were actively suppressed and largely forgotten until recently.
Rife studied bacteriology at John Hopkins University and the University of Heidelberg, as well as in his own research laboratory. For 6 years, he studied the field of optics with Hans Luckel who was Carl Zeiss’s optical scientist and researcher. He made all the photomicrographs for the Atlas of Parasites which was done at the University of Heidelberg. He also studied eye surgery for two years. His inquisitive mind led him to master many different scientific and technical disciplines. Whenever he needed to perform a new task, he simply invented the technology and built the equipment himself. Some if his technological inventions are still used today in the fields of optics, electronics, radiochemistry, biochemistry, ballistics, and aviation.
During the 66 years that Rife spent designing and building medical instruments, he worked for Zeiss Optics, the U.S. Government, and several private benefactors. He also worked alongside the top scientists and doctors of his day. He received 14 major awards and honors, including an honorary Doctorate by the University of Heidelberg, and a Research Fellowship in Bio-Chemistry from the nationally-known Andean Anthropological Expedition, Institute for Scientific Research.
In 1920, Rife began to experiment with the effects of electronic frequencies upon bacteria and viruses. With these “Rife Frequencies”, he discovered how to make normally invisible microbes visible. Illuminating each one with the light frequency that matched their own unique resonance frequency caused them to glow. He also built the world’s first virus microscope which allowed him to study these microorganisms in their living environment. By 1933, he had constructed the incredibly complex Universal Microscope. It had nearly 6,000 different parts and was capable of magnifying objects up to 60,000 times their normal size.
Rife learned that when he intensified the frequencies he used to observe the viruses and bacteria, they either burst or became inanimate. This led to the development of a remarkable way of selectively destroying these bacteria and viruses: by subjecting them to an intensified version of their own resonant frequency, much the same way a wine glass can be shattered when an opera singer hits the right note.
In 1931, forty-four of the nation’s most respected medical authorities honored Royal Rife with a banquet billed as “The End To All Diseases”. The event was held at the Pasadena estate of Dr. Milbank Johnson (Director of the Southern California AMA). In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a Special Medical Research Committee to bring terminal cancer patients from Pasadena County Hospital to Rife’s San Diego Laboratory and clinic for treatment using his Rife Machine frequency generator instrument. After a four month period, the total recovery rate using Rife’s technology was reported to be one hundred percent.
Every molecule vibrates, or oscillates, at it’s own unique frequency and resonates with that frequency. The bacteria and viruses Rife studied are invisible to the human eye because they are in the ultraviolet spectrum and don’t reflect light. So, Rife devised a way to focus light into wavelengths that resonated with the signature frequency of the viruses and bacteria he was studying, “which illuminates these virus in their own characteristic chemical colors by emission of coordinative light frequency” making the virus “readily identifiable by the colors revealed”.
These viruses and bacteria are so small that they cannot be seen with an ordinary microscope: “8000 to 17000x magnification is sufficient to see them”. Rife’s invented and built his Universal Microscope to see and study these microbes in their living environment. Today’s modern electron microscopes cannot even duplicate this feat. They instantly kill everything beneath them, leaving only the dead remains to view.
The same principle which made living microbes visible was also used to kill them: resonant frequency. When increasing the intensity of the frequency at which a microbe resonates at, it’s natural oscillation also increases, causing it to distort and disintegrate from structural stresses. Rife named this intensified frequency the mortal oscillatory rate, or “MOR”, and isolated the MOR frequencies of 52 viruses, including typhoid, tuberculosis, and cancer.
An intense musical note can shatter a wine glass in the same way: the molecules of the glass are already oscillating at some harmonic (multiple) of that musical note; they are in resonance with it. Because everything else has a different resonant frequency, nothing but the glass is destroyed. Rife explained by saying that he used the “theory of coordinative resonance with frequencies which I proved would kill microorganisms by electron transfer and internal stresses of pathogenic cells owing to electromagnetic and electrostatic forces”. Today his discoveries are known as Rife Frequencies.
While researching with his microscopes, Rife observed that viruses “are released from bacteria just as a chicken lays an egg”. He also observed the pleomorphic nature of viruses. One virus form could change into another virus form, and back into its original form, depending upon the medium in which it grew. Rife stated that the chemical constituents of a virus enact upon an unbalanced cell metabolism in the body could produce any disease that may occur. He could reproduce all the symptoms of a disease chemically without inoculating any virus or bacteria into the test animals. Rife also isolated a microbe he named the BX cancer virus (though not a virus by today’s standards) which he was able to use to reproduce cancer.
Rife observed that viruses and bacteria could be selectively destroyed because each oscillates at a frequency unique from any other microbe. Subjecting them to an intensified version of that resonant frequency destroys them without harming anything else.
Human cells and disease producing organisms oscillate at very different frequencies. Our bodies’ cells have built in safeguards that help prevent them from being affected by potentially harmful frequencies. Even the good bacteria in our systems have their own resonant frequencies, but these do not overlap with the frequencies of harmful bacteria. When diseased cells die, though, they release their toxins into the system.
If too many toxins are released at once, it is a burden on the immune system, which may be already impaired by sickness. Some people need three to five immune strengthening sessions to first strengthen the army within the body (the immune system) to give it a chance to work effectively.
Royal Rife’s achievements have only recently become public knowledge again. Two books have been published detailing his life and work. The first was The Cancer Cure That Worked: Fifty Years of Suppression by Barry Lynes. This was followed by Royal R. Rife: Humanitarian, Betrayed and Persecuted by Gerald F. Foye. While Rife’s research remains taboo to mainstream medicine, there are an increasing number of European clinics embracing the technology. More and more people are being helped as part of a prescribed treatment program complimenting traditional medicine.
Today, electro-medicine is an emerging field of therapy which provides a new approach to disease modification, providing a safe, easy, non-invasive way to help relieve pain and inflammation. Some believe that it is not the resonance, but electrochemical changes in cell membranes which affect their pumping mechanisms. Other factors produced by the frequency machines, such as electromagnetism, sound waves, and light may also play a role.
The TENS unit was the first device approved based on this technology. Many people achieve pain relief with the device, even though the power is low and the frequencies are limited.
Echoing Rife’s research, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) devices use electrical energy to create a series of low frequency magnetic pulses that penetrate every cell, stimulating internal electrical and chemical processes.
Many studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of PEMF in healing soft-tissue wounds, suppressing inflammatory responses at the cell membrane level to alleviate pain, and increasing range of motion in arthritis sufferers. PEMF devices are even used by professional athletes to increase endurance, enhance performance, and speed recovery.
In conclusion, Royal Rife’s pioneering work paved the way for a promising new understanding of the value of frequencies in health. PEMF is the healing modality of the future.
Here at Art to Zen we use the TrueRife Machine with many optional attachments. The first visit includes a 20 minute scan with the Galvanic Resonant Scanner.
When the 20 minute scan is finished along with this custom program, a database of related conditions is also generated.
This Scanner is a research tool only and should not be construed as a diagnostic tool or medical device.