The TRUE Rife Technology
........In summary, the original Rife Ray Tube was a specially made Crookes-type X-ray tube which was impulsed on the order of 15 million times per second, in order to destroy the BX virus, while this penetrating shell of "charged light" was coupled to the human body more efficiently by application of alternating currents in the audio range, so as to penetrate deep into the body. Every species of micro-organism requires a completely different repetition rate of impulses per second, coupled with the specific audio frequency which will make these penetrating rays even more effective. These audio frequencies are known as the "Crane frequencies" after a person who worked in Dr. Rife's laboratory. These frequencies are almost perfectly useless by themselves. Only some tiny minute fraction of the energy applied at these audio frequencies will leak into some of the micro-organisms, and then only by dint of the harmonics and overtones of the audio frequency radiation. An almost insignificant, practically useless, amount of energy is transferred to the micro-organisms by application of harmonics and overtones of audio frequency transmissions.
The fact that the useless "Crane frequencies" have survived, while the actual resonant frequencies painstakingly discovered by Dr. Rife, specific to each species, appear to have been lost, is due to the strident efforts of the AMA, on the behalf of the pharmaceutical industry, to eliminate all traces of the most valuable medical tool in history, so that the pharmaceutical industry could continue to cruelly sell many useless, health threatening, and lethal drugs to an unsuspecting public.
These tactics kill people in two ways. First, by depriving them of a perfectly 100% effective treatment apparatus, and secondly by administering useless and lethal drugs to the ignorant and thoroughly indoctrinated populace. To me, the situation is beyond abhorrent.
(While there are some perfectly marvelous and at the same time, harmless, drugs on the market, these are quite few in number and limited in application.)