Rife Machine & Frequency Generator
In the mid-1930s, Dr. Royal Rife created the first Rife microscope that remains one of the most powerful microscopes in the world. Then it was discovered that each organism has its own unique electromagnetic oscillation pattern, and when a person gets sick, that pattern alters. Dr. Rife found that by exposing the disease organisms and cells in a reformed form explicit to their own energy frequency, they would be wrecked, leaving intact healthy cells.
Rife treatment therapy is said to cure many viruses and disease without harming the body. This treatment has been suppressed mainly since its introduction until its rediscovery in 1990s. The therapy uses frequency throughout the body to improve health in general, as well as targeting different bacteria and viruses.
Rife machines functions in accordance to the belief of physics’ sympathetic resonance and this belief states that if an object is vibrating, it’ll cause an object which is similar to vibrate even though objects do not get in contact. Dr. Rife believed that if the resonance of a target cell or microorganism was intensified, that cell or microorganism would be destroyed. The Royal Rife machine produces different intensities of vibration resonance at different frequencies. A list of frequencies is used to match the frequencies of treatment with ailments. There are several published frequency lists. The most common frequency list is annotated consolidated list of frequencies. The Rife frequencies have been used to treat the following conditions;
- Arthritis depression
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Sports injuries
- And many other acute and chronic diseases
Length of the Treatment
Depending on the condition to be treated, a treatment can last between 5 and 90 minutes.
The Frequency of Treatments
The treatments are given in rapid succession until the improvement. Once the improvement is determined, the sessions are given weekly to make sure continued success.
The Rife machines can cost up to, and more than $3,500.
Rife therapy is relatively new in practice and has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the American Medical Association (AMA). Although Rife therapy patients have claimed to have better health after using this treatment, there is little scientific evidence to show that this form of treatment really works. The side effects of Rife therapy are unknown. Today, the Rife machine are different from the original one built in the 1930s. The original machine was not patented at the time. To have a clearer picture, please visit https://rifemachine.weebly.com/.