The history of medicine has always been the history of alternative medicine, for every new idea, every new theory, every new method of healing has come not from within the bastions of conventional medicine, but rather from outside the current convention.
Being the hippopotomonstrosity that medicine is and always has been, its members do not like being told how to do their jobs by outsiders nor do they appreciate learning that something might exist beyond the scope of their education, which cost them dearly.
Pasteur’s idea that germs caused disease was ridiculed for years. Penicillin was actually discovered in the late 1800’s by a medical student, but because he was only a medical student it was ignored by the academe. Even after its formal discovery, Penicillin sat shelved for years before being tested. Dr Semmelweis committed suicide in a mental institute after years of trying to get physicians to wash their hands after performing autopsies (instead they ran down the hall to deliver a baby and kill the mother). And what about this guy by the name of Lawrence Burton? He wasn’t a physician, but rather a scientist. In 1966, under the aegis of the American Cancer Society, he arranged for an audience of 70 scientists and some 200 science writers and performed for them a demonstration using mice with visible tumors. He injected each with a solution and in just 45 minutes the tumors had shrunk 50%. An hour and a half later, the tumors had practically disappeared. Newspapers around the world ran the story of Dr Burton and his cancer cure on their front pages. Eight years later he opened a cancer clinic in New York where, for some cancers, he realized a better than 50% cure rate; higher than any other physician or clinic in America. Two years later, due to pressure from the FDA, he was forced to close his clinic and move his entire operation to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. He has passed on but his clinic still exists.
Of all of these stories about the frustrated efforts of alternative thinking wending its way into mainstream medicine, the most interesting (and most terrifying) is that of Dr Royal Rife. You see, Dr Rife had discovered a very inexpensive means of curing not only cancer, but some of the most dreaded diseases in society today such as the Ebola virus and AIDS, and, as of 2020, quite possibly COVID-19. His research was destroyed, his associates harassed and some even killed, and after years of hounding he died of an overdose administered to him in Grossmont Hospital, in San Diego, California.
Rife was probably one of the most brilliant (not to mention persistent) scientists ever to have walked upon this planet. He won 14 awards from the government for his research and was given an honorary medical degree from the University of Heidleberg.
When the technology didn’t exist, Rife invented it. Financed by millionaires like Henry Timken, Rife invented the Universal Microscope with 5,682 parts. It was a miraculous machine that could see things smaller than waves of light (which was then and is still today thought to be impossible). Rife was the first to see a live virus. Today’s electron microscopes see viruses, but they destroy them in the process through the bombardment of electrons.
While examining bacteria and viruses, Rife noticed that each one gave off a distinct light (or color) pattern. (In the late sixties it was discovered that every living cell actually gives off light and the healthier the cell the healthier the light; conversely the sicker the cell the weaker the light. But this research by Rife was done in the twenties using technology Rife himself invented.) So Rife began to experiment with instruments he invented that oscillated at the frequencies he’d determined from the organisms (bacteria and viruses) and he discovered that by playing back their own pattern of oscillation, slightly modified, he could destroy them without affecting the tissues around them. In other words, Rife could kill a particular virus or bacterium using light frequencies alone, frequencies that were absolutely harmless to the host animal, but deadly to the microbe.
Now comes the really interesting part of Rife’s work: he discovered a virus that caused cancer. And then he discovered the cure.
Please accept this for a second until I can fill you in on a few things.
There are many possible causes of cancer, from carcinogens to bacteria to viruses to parasites to even forms of light rays not visible to the naked eye. However, to prove that something is a cause of a disease, certain rules must be followed and these rules, originally set out in Koch’s Postulates have been slightly modified today. Can there be more than one cause to a disease? Yes, if by following the rules you can prove two or more causes. Today there are those who feel that HIV is not the cause of AIDS simply because HIV has never been proven according to the rules to be the culprit.
Rife proved, using Koch’s Theorem, that his virus caused cancer. And then he cured it.
Rife named his human cancer virus Cryptocides Primordiales (primordial hidden killer). He injected his virus into 400 lab animals creating 400 tumors. Then, using equipment he had painstakingly designed and tweaked, he exposed the diseased animals to a modified form of energy (a specific frequency) that was unique to the Cryptocides Primordiales virus, and destroyed all the tumors. You can read all about this in The Cancer Cure That Worked.
Rife diligently worked for decades isolating patterns, modifying them, and playing them back killing microbes that caused disease.
When Rife went public, the University of Southern California sponsored a special medical research team to evaluate this new therapy on the terminally ill. After 130 days, every patient recovered with no side effects to the treatment.
The “head” of the AMA hopped a train from Chicago to visit Rife in San Diego. Pictures were taken, the story ended up on the front page of the San Diego Evening Tribune: Rife was on his way to a Nobel Prize in Medicine.
San Diego Evening Tribune, May 6, 1938
Today you would be hard pressed to find any reference to Rife in history books. Contact a newspaper for a specific date or story and they will probably tell you that that one is missing from their archives. It is as if Rife and his work have been utterly expunged from the annals of history. His microscope did not exist. His instruments did not exist. His research did not exist. The man himself did not exist.
The AMA, represented by the man who ran medicine for nearly 50 years, Morris Fishbein, wanted a cut. Drug companies pressed for more proof before allowing his instruments to be used. It seems that when a medical device wants FDA approval, each and every use must be evaluated (at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars). Now, keep in mind that Rife had built his microscope and instruments and had worked for decades studying and destroying microbes all before 1930. From 1934 to 1939 a handful of doctors throughout America used the Rife machines to cure disease, and throughout America they were being pressured to stop this practice. Offices were broken into and their machines were confiscated. With the backing of the AMA an engineer working with Rife, filed suit against Rife, and this was the beginning of the end. The unending court battles wore Rife down, and the more depressed he got, the heavier he drank and then came the unexpected, the terrifying conclusion: his microscope was stolen and soon afterwards his laboratory went up in flames and his records and research burnt entirely. The Burnett Lab in New Jersey where Rife’s work was being independently validated also burned to the ground. Dr Milbank Johnson, a supporter of Rife’s and one of the people who had worked to validate Rife’s research was poisoned. Dr Nemes who was duplicating Rife’s work just 40 miles from Rife’s own lab was killed in a mysterious fire that consumed his lab and research papers. Rife’s closest associate was given a grant for $200,000 (nearly $3.5 million in 2013 dollars) and quickly vanished. People who had worked with Rife suddenly denied knowing him. Rife sunk further and further into depression and alcoholism. By 1940, Rife’s work had been wiped out entirely. Every time he tried to pull himself back on track to reduplicate his research, he was hounded and harassed and finally his life ended in a hospital by an overdose that was not self-administered.
No one has yet been able to rebuild Rife’s microscope, but the famous, but now gone, Dr Sam Chachoua did repair one of them and used it in his work (which has ended because he was beaten into a coma and no longer practices medicine).
Many of Rife’s associates have come forward in the past two decades, and some have reengineered Rife’s equipment for creating these light waves. The frequencies at which certain bacteria and viruses are killed are once again being compiled. However, without a powerful enough microscope (and Rife’s perspicacity) and all the while battling the powers that be (thriving drug companies backed by the power of the FDA) it could take years to reduplicate Rife’s work.
And once again, we have to thank Dr Sam Chachoua for bringing back Rife’s work and his machines today. The problem now, as Sam told me a few years back, there’s so much crap out there it’s hard to find a good rife machine.
Sadly, all work in this area today is performed underground. We do not have medical freedom in our constitution or in the Bill of Rights. Go look. There is no guarantee of medical freedom.
There is a movement currently underfoot that would change all this. Talk to your representative in Washington about it. The new law would allow you to try, experimentally, any cure or instrument as long as it has been proven safe. In other words, if it doesn’t cure you, it won’t harm you; you won’t go bald, up-chuck every piece of food you chew, or peel away layers of skin. If it does no harm when properly applied or administered, then allow people to use it. Talk to someone. Talking is still your right.
The Rife Videos – a fantastic site full of information and original research by Rife himself.
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