(05-28-2013 04:31 PM)mtl777 Wrote:
(05-28-2013 05:36 AM)James Wrote: I don't remember what frequencies the schematics were for. We initially experimented with 7 frequencies, then went to 6, then to the three frequencies Rife actually kept. All three of these worked, but the 6666hz was the fastest acting and most effective. My father later figured out that the reason the last two frequencies were not as effective is because they were both off by one number. If adjusted they would work just as well as the 666hz. But we just dropped the other two frequencies since they had the same exact effects when corrected and stuck to the 666hz.
Please tell me more about how you tested the effectiveness of the frequencies. Did you test on many actual patients?
BTW what were those other frequencies that were off by one number? And what should they have been to not be off?
My father had produced a number of units that he loaned out and that I loaned out as well. People would use them for a while and give us their results. He also produced a unit that he let a doctor use that was testing various Rife type devices. She said that the unit my father had built was the most effective of all the units she had tried.
One of her patients had brain tumors that were surgically removed and had lost all of her long term memory. After a month on the unit she had regained total recall. Based on that and other conditions I had seen successfully treated that did not involve pathogens we knew that there was a lot more going on that Rife did not understand. This is why father started studying the frequencies and found that the frequencies actually had a relationship to each other as well as the body's primary frequency. I am not able to explain it as well as my father can so that is all I can really say on that. In short though the machines were not working on the basis that Rife hypothesized.
As for cancer, the first person to try the new units was a neighbor of my father. My father had actually put together two units to begin with. One because I asked him too and one because he wanted to prove they did not work. I received my machine 3 days after the person I wanted to loan it to passed away. My father's neighbor though was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and was given less than a week to live. So my father figured this would be a great test. To his surprise though his neighbor's cancer disappeared. When he first started on the machine he immediately started to get better. But his doctor convinced him the machine was quackery and went off of it. Then he started getting worse. His family convinced him to go back on the machine and he again started getting better. This went on for several months, the battle between his doctor and his family. So it definitely was not placebo effect since he believed the doctor but got better each time he went on the machine and got worse each time he went off. To make a long story short he died 2 years later from an unrelated aneurysm. Tests conducted one month before his death though confirmed that he was still cancer free.
Since then I have seen a number of people get cured, or at least improved of symptoms after a single treatment with a number of conditions. These include general pain from conditions like arthritis. Also multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, chronic fatigue, severe diabetic neuropathy, etc. And these all with the single frequency of 666hz. Not a bunch of different frequencies such as those being spread around on the bogus frequency list that has been going around.
As for the other 2 frequencies I believe they were 690 and 721hz, but should have been 691 and 720hz for accuracy. Its been a long time since I even looked at the other frequencies so they may be the other way around.