The history of the emergence of bioresonance therapy in the first half of the 20th century on the example of the American scientist, Dr. Royal Rife (1888-1971)

23-11-2018


To learn more about the history of bioresonance therapy, we can not overlook the figure of Royale Raymond Rife.

Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971) was a brilliant scientist. After studying at the institute, R. Riff created and developed technologies that are still used today in various fields of science, medicine and bioresonance therapy.

For specific inventions and scientific achievements, Royal Rife received 14 major awards and the honorary award of the Doctorate of Heidelberg University. During the 66 years that R. Rife spent designing and building unique medical devices and instruments, he worked for such a well-known corporation as Zeiss (Zeiss Optics) and the United States Government. His most famous customer was millionaire Henry Timkin.

Among the inventions of Royale Rife are a heterodyne ultraviolet microscope and a micromanipulator. In 1920, Royal Rife completed the creation of the world's first microscope, in which one could see a live virus. In 1933, he perfected this technology and built an incredibly complex Universal Microscope, which consisted of almost 6,000 different parts and was able to increase objects by 17,000 times. Thanks to this invention Royal Rife became the first person to see a live virus. The Universal Microscope is still the only tool by which you can see live viruses.

Modern electronic microscopes immediately destroy viruses. What Roya Rife's microscope can see is the "activity" of living viruses, as they continuously change the shape to adapt to environmental changes, react quickly to carcinogens and turn healthy cells into malignant ones.

But how could Royal Rife achieve this at a time when electronics and medicine were only beginning to develop? To satisfy the curiosity of sceptics, let's give you technical details. Rife carefully identified the individual spectrum of radiation of each microorganism, using the properties of the spectral cut. He slowly rotated the quartz prisms of the block to focus the light of a single wavelength on the object of the study. This wavelength was chosen because it resonated with the spectral part of the radiation of the microorganism, given that each molecule fluctuates at its frequency.

Atoms are united into a molecule and form a specific molecular configuration with energy bonds. This configuration emits and absorbs a specific spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations. Two different molecules do not have the same electromagnetic vibrations or energy spectrum. The resonance amplifies the light just as two ocean waves amplify each other when they merge.

The result of using the resonant wavelength is that microorganisms that are invisible in white light are visualised in the glare of a specific spectral composition. They become visible when the frequency of light resonates with their spectrum of radiation. More than 75% of the organisms that Rife could see with his Universal Microscope was visible only in ultraviolet light. But it is known that ultraviolet light is beyond the bounds of human vision. A special illumination created by R. Rife allowed him to overcome this limitation using the heterodyne method, which is based on the technique of combining the two signals to obtain the third one. He covered the microorganism (usually a virus or bacterium) with two different wavelengths of the same ultraviolet short frequency that resonated with the spectral part of the microorganism. These two wavelengths interact at the merge point. This interaction created a third, more extended wave, which fell into the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. This was the discovery by which R. Rife made invisible microorganisms visible without killing them. The invention that today's electronic microscopes can not repeat.

Besides, Royal Raymond Rife identified the human cancer virus in the 1920s. Initially, R. Rife executed about 20 000 unsuccessful attempts to transform healthy cells into malignant ones. He isolated the cancer virus, passing it through a super-thin porcelain filter and introduced it into laboratory animals. To prove that this virus causes cancer, Royal Raymond Rife created 400 tumours from one culture. He has registered and documented all these studies and wrote detailed reports. He called the cancer virus "Cryptocides primordiales".

Many scientists and doctors have confirmed the discovery of Rife's cancer virus using low-light methods using a Naessens microscope and numerous laboratory experiments.

Royal Rife has developed a method of destroying these tiny killer viruses. He used to destroy the same way that he used to see them, that is, the method of resonance. By increasing the intensity of the electromagnetic radiation of the frequency that resonated with these microorganisms (frequency range from hundreds of kilohertz to megahertz), Royal Rife increased their natural fluctuations until they died from this radiation. Royal Rife called this frequency a "mortal vibrational norm" or "MOR". This radiation did not cause any damage to other tissues.

This principle can be demonstrated when using intense musical sound. What happens when a glass breaks when it comes to music? Glass molecules begin to oscillate with the action of musical sound, entering with it in resonance. Since everything that surrounds us, resonance frequencies are different, so the only glass is destroyed. There is a massive amount of resonance frequencies, each kind of molecules - their own.

Royale Rife took many years to conduct research. He often worked continuously for up to 48 hours until he showed frequencies that accurately destroyed herpes, poliomyelitis, meningitis, tetanus, flu and a massive number of other dangerous pathogens.

In 1934, the University of Southern California appointed a select medical committee to investigate Royal Reymond Rife’s method of treating patients with stage 3 cancer in Pasadena County Hospital. The team consisted of doctors and pathologists, who were instructed to explore patients if someone remained alive in 90 days from the start of the study.

However, after 90 days, the Committee concluded that 86.5% of patients were fully cured. The rest of the patients managed to cure for the next four weeks.

On November 20, 1934, representatives from forty-four most respected medical institutions were present at the banquet entitled "End to all diseases", organised by Dr Milbank Johnson in honour of Royal Rife. But by 1939, almost all prominent doctors and scientists denied that they had ever met Royale Rife.

What happened? The fact is that news about the beautiful healing of cancer by Dr Rife spread very quickly. At first, there were symbolic attempts to bribe Rife and abandon further research. But Rife refused. The pharmaceutical industry was opposed to the continuation of testing of therapy, which cures 100% of patients of cancer and does not cost anything, except for a small amount of electricity. The development of this method could lead to people refusing to receive a large number of drugs.

He tirelessly accumulated evidence of the effectiveness of his method. Soon began the incident with constant theft of components for experiments, photographs, films and written reports. Moreover, the police did not catch anyone and could not find it. While Rife tried hard to reproduce the stolen material again (after all, in those days there were no xeroxes or computers), someone regularly ruined his precious viral microscopes. Of the 6,000 parts of the 5682 Universal Scanner, it was stolen.

When well-known scientists were preparing to announce the results of Rife's work, the laboratory was set up. But the final blow was inflicted on him later when the police illegally confiscated the remnants of scientific research conducted for 50 years.

Hoyland Company was the only company that produced tools for Rife. Hoyland lost its artificially created legal case and was ruined. During the Great Depression, the commercial production of Rifa instruments was stopped almost completely.

Arthur Kendal, who, together with Rife, investigated the cancer virus, received nearly a quarter of a million dollars to go to Mexico suddenly. Doctor Dock, another prominent scientist who also actively collaborated with Rife, was silenced by giving him a large grant, along with the highest honours that the American Medical Academy AMA could bestow. Doctors Couch and Milbank Johnson also ceased to work with Rife.

Rife died of taking a hefty dose of valium and alcohol at the age of 83 years. It is possible that the continuous influence of his devices allowed him to live for so long, despite alcoholism, which, in turn, was caused by the failure to recognise his discoveries and the problems created around them. Fortunately, his death did not complete the development of his electronic therapy. Several prominent physicians and engineers, after Rife's death, restored his tools and evidence base. The technology and research of Rife became the property of the public in 1986 with the publication of the book "The Cancer Cure That Worked" by the writer Barry Lynes.

Medical literature and advertising of many means often manipulate references to their expensive and long-term "double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials". However, as is unfortunate, the final results of these studies are usually paid and not entirely true. Everyone chooses his methods of struggle for health. Despite the vast amount of evidence, it is necessary to try each technique on their own, to make sure its effectiveness.