Introduction of the past Instruments, the research of the bacteria, the light and audio waves and the measurements of the ray tube


"The whole secret of the Rife thing was the audio frequency because Rife, way back in the old days, way, way back, Rife told me that the way he used to tune his instrument…he would hook up headphones and turn the thing. He had very keen musical sense of pitch and so on, and he would tune it in his headphones until he got the right pitch, and that was the frequency."
Bertrand Comparet, Dr.Rife's attorney, interview part 1970

Rife Ray#3 Instrument 1934

Consisted from different units they also output different frequency ranges
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Kennedy Universal Regenerative Receiver Model 110
Frequency range: 12,000-2,000,000Hz
Kennedy Short-Wave  Regenerative Receiver Model 281
Frequency range: 483,000-2,000,000Hz
Kennedy Universal Regenerative Receiver Model 220
Frequency range: 92,000-2,000,000Hz























Frequency Ranges on the #3 Instrument:

Full Ranges of the Instrument 12,000-2,000,000Hz (it was not able to produce higher frequencies) All of the Receivers were generated harmonic-free sine wave. Two examined frequencies: 11,780,000Hz, 17,033,000Hz, they were noted as a M.O.R. (Mortal Oscillatory Rate) frequencies before in the clinic 1934, but from the book of J. Graff: A History of Rife's Instruments and Frequencies they were considered just harmonics of one true frequency which is 1,604,000Hz. The seventh harmonic of the 1,604,000Hz is 11,228,000Hz. The eleventh harmonic of the 1,604,000Hz is 17,644,000Hz.

From the measurements that was examined on the ray tube they stated that the helium filled ray tube produce all harmonics of one basic sine wave.



 


















Rife’s lab 1934

"I have talked to you (John Crane) and Verne (Verne Thompson) and other people too that there may be some of the frequencies that we are using that may be harmonics, you know…It's not an impossibility that some of the frequencies may be a harmonic. We may not know the true frequencies of the some of them. "
John Marsh Rife CDs - CD 7 track 2






Beam Ray# Clinical Instrument 1938

Instrument designed by Philip Hoyland. He changed the instrument to work on different method which uses harmonics but keep the Rife principle of coordinative resonance on a living tissue. The Instrument was using 3,8 MHz as the carrier frequency and using other audio frequencies to hit the exact sideband of Rife's M.O.R. frequencies. Understanding of the harmonic method we have to look at the Rife frequency list (which is available at: www.rife.org) and find out what they also tried to get, the highest harmonic of the M.O.R. frequencies. Most of the Rife's frequencies were sub harmonics of much higher frequencies.

"Philip Hoyland went up in harmonics with each organisms frequency until he had the highest harmonic frequency closest to 3,800,000Hz. For an example we will take the Rife Ray 4 frequency for Streptothrix which is 192,000 hertz. Philip Hoyland multiplied 192,000 hertz by 20 which would give you the 20th harmonic which is 3,840,000 hertz. Since the RF carrier frequency of the Beam Ray Clinical Instrument was fixed at 3,800,000 hertz the difference would only be 40,000 hertz between the two frequencies. Now all Philip Hoyland had to do was use an audio frequency of 40,000 hertz to create a side band frequency that wound hit the harmonic M.O.R. Frequency of 3,840,000 hertz.”


(J. Graff: A History of Rife's Instruments and Frequencies)

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Sunday, August 26, 2012





Rife Microscopes 

Made of Quartz
The Entire Optical System of the Rife microscope is made of quartz. Instead of glass which heretofore had been used in the lenses and illuminating units. Introduction of the polarized light by means of quartz prisms provides the quality of the light necessary to see the bacilli in color, without the use of chemical stains and without injuring the organisms. The rest of the filed is colorless, while the organism ermines mobile and easily distinguishable. 
San Diego Union, Local Invention Gets High Praise, 12-04-1931






















No. 2 Rife Microscope, 1932