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Royal Raymond Rife and The Rife Frequency Generator
The Cause of Cancer Identified
In 1920, Dr. Royal Rife believed he had identified the cause of cancer in humans. He believed that a cancer virus existed and that it could be cured with a frequency of electromagnetic energy. This frequency would cause the cancer cells to self destruct. He created a device, called a Beam Ray machine, to generate this frequency and used it on rats and humans.
Studies at the University of California in 1934
It is described on many web sites that the University of Southern California appointed a team of doctors and pathologists in 1934 to test the Dr. Rife technology. Sixteen terminally ill cancer patients were treated with Rife machines. In three months, they were examined. Fourteen of them, it is reported, were determined to be cured. The treatment of the other two was adjusted and within the next four weeks, it has been reported, the other two were also declared cured.
Dr. Rife is Honored
A banquet was held to honor Royal Raymond Rife at the estate of Dr. Milbank Johnson. It was held on November 20, 1931. Forty-four of the countries most respected doctors and scientists attended. It was called "The End to All Diseases." But it seems that by 1939 most of the people attending the banquet were denying they had every met Dr. Rife.
It is claimed that the medical establishment and drug companies discredited the work of doctor Rife. Claims are made of poisonings, arsons and destruction of laboratories. Dr Royal Rife escaped to Mexico, but his associates were put on trial and sentenced to long prison terms.
Rife Technology Rediscovered
In the 1990s, the Rife technology was rediscovered. In recent years, thanks to the Internet, more and more people are learning about this amazing Rife therapy. It is now possible to purchase a Rife frequency generator from reputable companies.
Lyme Disease and Rife Machines
In addition to a cancer treatment alternative, people have reported good results using the Rife generator to treat Lyme disease. Some have reported their Lyme disease was cured by Rife technology. Click here to purchase the book, Lyme Disease and Rife Machines.
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