F-Scan 3 : The New Rife? The F-Scan 3 is a device that uses resonating frequencies to investigate the state of the human body. It is designed to detect the frequency at which infections, viruses, and other causes of illness resonate, then ‘zaps’ the target at an exact frequency to try to destroy it.
This "zapping" technique is similar to the solutions put forth by Royal Rife ("Rife" machines) and Hulda Clark (the Zapper), enabling the user to target and treat cells without damaging surrounding tissue. In fact, the manufacturer has specifically programmed the F-Scan with an internal library of Hulda Clark and Royal Rife frequencies. These built-in frequency tables make it easy and quick to scan using a wide range of user-selectable frequencies in order to detect bio-resonant frequency matches.
How Does the F-Scan Work? As mentioned above, the F-Scan uses a resonating frequency. A sine wave is digitally created, producing a frequency accurate to 0.01 Hz. This wave does not suffer from interfering harmonics or disturbances, as the F-scan uses a “TNOC procedure” for frequency synthesis as opposed to the “Phase locked loop” used in other devices. According to the manufacturer, this is the only way to ensure a stable signal with regards to the frequency, shape, and amplitude of the waves used.
As with the BioEnergetiX WellNES System (BWS) and QXCI, the F-Scan uses a standard desktop or laptop PC to receive and process data through a windows interface. (BWS also works with smartphones.) The F-Scan can apply the frequency directly to the body, or can be used to drive a Rife/Bare, thus giving it an advantage over many resonating frequency based devices. The F-Scan is able to reproduce the effects of the Rife machine, which works in the frequency range of 1-10,000 Hz, but it can also produce frequencies up to 2,999,999.99 Hz. For frequencies in the Hulda Clark range (60,000 – 80,000 Hz) and above, the F-Scan is usually used as a contact pad device.
The F-Scan works through a touch pad system. The client has two contacts attached to the middle finger of their right hand. In the left hand, the patient holds a cylinder. The F-Scan first takes a baseline reading, recording the conductivity and personal standard resonance level. All readings are compared with this and are relayed to the PC where the individual's information can be logged.
The F-Scan's functions allow you to automatically scan through a wide range of frequencies. The F-Scan recognizes and records resonant frequencies, which are then stored in your PC. Stored frequencies correlate to areas of illness on the body, and are used to target and eliminate the malady. To determine the frequency band to be tested, a personal testing method, such as Electro Acupuncture According to Voll, VEGATEST, etc. can be used.
The F-Scan recognizes and stores up to 80 frequencies in order to zap them at a later date, demonstrating its superior ability compared with machines such as the Rife. However the F-scan is overshadowed by the BodyScan and QXCI, which are able to record patients' reactions to over 6,000 and 8,000 different compounds respectively, in a matter of minutes by interfacing with the body.
F-Scan Overview The F-Scan USB generates digitally-synthesized frequencies with sine or rectangular wave forms. Features include:
all functions are micro-processor controlled
can generate individual frequencies from 0.01 Hz to 15 million Hz (up to 3 million for square wave signals, as stated above; up to 15 million for sine wave signals)
pre-programmed for all 235 pathogens (and their frequencies) identified by Dr. CLARK
pre-programmed with 350 sequences of frequencies based on the research of Royal Rife
generates accurate and selectable waveforms
voltage output from 0 - 25 volts, depending on output waveform selected
"Jogger" wheel that allows voltage output adjustment of all square wave signals
individual TIMER for each frequency in a sequence
small, light-weight (only 2 pounds) and easily transportable
Windows PC ready with supplied USB cable
F-SCANT software included for use with most versions of Windows