The Early Days of Royal Raymond Rife...

Here's The Story of Rife's Early Days.

How Was Rife Able To Do Millions of Dollars of Medical Research To Cure Cancer During The Great Depression Era?!

You may have heard about what Rife did with frequency generators - now you'll learn how he got there.


This story starts in 1915 in San Diego...

A man named Royal Raymond Rife was fresh out of college when he became friends with Henry Timken. Had these two men no met the world would be quite a different place today.

Your understanding of disease will go through a drastic shift as you follow this story.

( Maybe you are already with me... )

Henry Timken was a businessman, he developed an empire in the ball-bearing industry. Royal Rife was a bright-witted youth fresh out of college with a keen sense for optical engineering.

You may not be aware that Rife had expertise in virtually all areas of engineering. An example of this is his genius with motors. He actually built a record breaking motor with a remarkable 2700 horsepower in 1915! He called it "Kitty Hawk the Fifth" and it held records in America for years.

How did Rife acquire millions of dollars for research in the 1920's?

The story continued as Rife developed an X-Ray eye that covered the entire bearing production line to monitor precise quality control. His background working with Carl Zeiss, the famous lens manufacturer, gave rise to Rife's unique vision in optical engineering.

Rife's X-Ray eye saved Timken billions of dollars. He gifted Rife with a lucrative research budget as a thanks for his breakthrough.

Rife built a research lab in San Diego in the 1920's where he set out to find a causative agent for cancer. His expertise in such diverse areas of engineering (along with his deep pocket budget!) allowed him to excel quickly and build every part he needed in his own machine shop.

By the early 1930's Rife had built microscopes capable of viewing living viruses - a feat arguably unmatched to this day. He found that each species of virus pulsed with a specific beat (or frequency). Through years of arduous research he began to find disruptive frequencies for various viruses. His focus was on cancer.

In the laboratory Rife found two viruses which were always present with cancerous tumors. He called one of these viruses the 'BX virus' which he correlated to carcinoma. The other virus which he had correlated to sarcoma he called the 'BY virus'.

The goal he had in mind was to find frequencies which disrupted the growth of the virus and thus dissolve the tumor. He called these frequencies the 'Mortal Oscillatory Rate' or M.O.R. for short.

Frequencies of microbes are not M.O.R. frequencies!

You must understand that the M.O.R. frequency was Rife's 'kill' frequency and not the same frequency as what the microbe resonated at.

You're understanding of this will allow you to see that it is not simply POWER that is required to 'kill' a specific microbe. Rife was using very specific 'disharmonic' frequencies and combinations of frequencies to accomplish his goals.

By 1934 human trials at the University of Southern California were well underway and these proved in full force the viability of Rife's method. All 16 cancer patients that took part in this study were eventually cancer free - 14 within 30 days!

After proving to the world about his groundbreaking accomplishment in conquering cancer Rife's colleagues held a banquet which they called 'The End of All Disease'.

What happened to this discovery?

Where did Rife's colleagues go?

In our present day it has become common knowledge that big money interests involving pharmaceutical corporations do everything in their power to control medical funding. Morris Fishbein, editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association in the 1930's, made it his purpose to destroy the work of Royal Rife and other prominent alternative health pioneers such as Albert Abrams.

You might not be aware that this man, Morris Fishbein single handedly diverted the attention of medical research at all the major medical schools in America. Through his various publications including the 'Flexner Report' he made sure that research funding to universities would be cut if they took part in any alternative approaches to health. This included Homeopathic medicine, which was quite popular in those days, as well as energetic or electro-medicine.

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What really happened in the 1930's in San Diego?

How did Rife's equipment really work? And why is there so much confusion in bringing back Rife's technology?

How did Rife's equipment change over the years and did it get better or worse?



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