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Frequency Instruments to promote Resonant Healing

04/24/2022 7:13 PM

What is the current research on the use of electrical machines which can be tuned to specific frequencies to attack and kill viruses?

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04/24/2022 7:41 PM

UVC light is considered to be an effective tool in the control of viruses and bacteria...

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04/24/2022 8:01 PM

'Royal Rife...examined cancers with the optical microscopes which he designed and built...he then designed...electrical machines which he could tune to certain frequencies and apparently cause the viruses to disintegrate as he observed them with his microscope..." (Peter Macomber, M.D., Harvard-trained pathologist and former Asst. Chief of Experimental Pathology at Walter Reed Army Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C., from Townsend Letter for Doctors, Oct 1994.)

That's different from air-borne covid viruses.

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04/24/2022 8:32 PM

...."Rife devices are currently classified as a subset of radionics devices, which are generally viewed as pseudomedicine by mainstream experts.[7] In Australia, the use of Rife machines has been blamed for the deaths of cancer patients who might have been cured with conventional therapy.[10] In 2002 John Bryon Krueger, who operated the Royal Rife Research Society, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in a murder and also received a concurrent 30-month sentence for illegally selling Rife devices. In 2009 a U.S. court convicted James Folsom of 26 felony counts for sale of the Rife devices sold as 'NatureTronics', 'AstroPulse', 'BioSolutions', 'Energy Wellness', and 'Global Wellness'.[15] "...

..."In a 1931 profile, Rife warned against "medical fakers" who claim to cure disease using "electrical 'vibrations'", stating that his work did not uphold such claims.[2]"...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Rife#Health_fraud_after_his_death

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04/24/2022 9:37 PM

Sound waves are used successfully in kidney stone treatment however...Called shock wave lithotripsy...

https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/16582-shockwave-lithotripsy

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04/24/2022 11:14 PM

I just read a book by Barry Lynes, The Cancer Cure that Worked!, that said that Rife and one or two of his colleagues did have some success in curing cancer and other ailments. I also looked up the subject on the Internet and found an article somehow linked to the nih about other more recent successes in treating illness with electrical frequencies. I was hoping this would be possible. But thank you, Solar Eagle, for your informed reply.

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04/25/2022 1:08 AM

After so many years don't you think we would have evidence that it worked, if indeed it had worked, from all the people that were cured...There is nobody claiming this approach works to cure anything but poverty for the author of the book...Indeed people have been charged and convicted of fraud for making those claims...now don't you think the defense attorney for those convicted would have produced witnesses claiming they have been cured, if even one existed? The inventor never claimed his method would cure any diseases, only the charlatans that sold the machines did...there is no shortage of conmen that will take advantage of the desperate and gullible souls among us...

..."Lynes was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. From 1962 until 1965 he served in the US military. In 1967 he graduated with a major in Literature & History from Boston University. From 1968 through 1981 Lynes was a practicing astrologer. In 1987, Lynes was the president of AstroAmerica Inc, a lobby group which attempted to expose suppression of astrology by authorities. During the 1980s Lynes also wrote on climate research and coverups of global cooling, publishing the newsletter "The Watchers on The Horizon" from an office in Washington DC. ["The Future of Astrology",A.T. Mann (1987, reprinted 2004)]"..

Some record this guy has...he was absolutely wrong about everything he wrote about....

https://en-academic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/10531629

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04/25/2022 1:26 AM

Even Lynes admitted the machines didn't work later on...

"Later editions of the "The Cancer Cure That Worked" included a disclaimer by Lynes that rejected much of the fraudulent multi-level marketing of Rife machines which occurred after the publication of the book. Quote|"Sadly, in most cases, the cancer patients lost precious time - three or four months - before recognising that they had been swindled in a clever marketing scheme. People died because they had faithfully used the worthless black box instead of orthodox or alternative, non-conventional cancer therapies which actually worked."|Barry Lynes Hills, Ben, "Cheating Death", Sydney Morning Herald, December 30, 2000.

There is a familiar name in there, John Bedini the free energy guy, another conman...claimed he could harness "free energy" from the vacuum...nonsense

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04/27/2022 7:06 AM

Ultraviolet light is widely used in waster treatment facilities for that very purpose.

Maybe an internet search, rather than a CR4 post, would yield a plethora of information?

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04/28/2022 9:48 AM

I was run over by a truck when I stopped to help a drunk. He had ran off the road in front of me knocked the front wheel off his truck hitting a knee wall. He threw the wreck in reverse and floored it backed up right over me. This broke my tibia and fibula. I was fitted with a Ilizarov frame and prescribed an ultrasonic bone healing device. https://www.exogen.com/en/how-it-works/

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04/28/2022 11:29 AM

Thank you for your reply. Did the ultralsonic bone healing device work? Not quite the same as zapping viruses with frequencies.

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04/29/2022 6:22 AM

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