My Work on Rife
Last updated 08/14/2009
An Ongoing Research Project
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I AM A RESEARCH ENGINEER, NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR, AND THEREFORE DO NOT MAKE ANY MEDICAL CLAIMS FOR THIS TECHNOLOGY.
Since the bacteria Rife killed are in the 0.5-2.5um range, we had to modify our microscope to be able to see them. Observation is now possible between 1750x and 3000x.
The AZ-58 modulation problem has been solved...
A series tube modulator solved the problem. This is much different then the "Hoyland-based" schematics.
The following experiments were done using the machine as an Abram's machine. This is a one-wire system. One lead (as shown below) goes to the slide under the microscope. There is no ground whatsoever anywhere, so if you were to be touching this one wire, you would not feel anything. Notice that the organisms only disintegrate when exposed to this unique form of modulation.
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More on Abram's later...
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