Rife machine - The beginning of frequency treatment in energetic medicineThe Rife machine was developed by Dr. Royal R. Rife in the 1930s. The Rife machine uses a variable frequency, pulsed radio transmitter to produce mechanical resonance within the cells of the physical body (James E. Bare D.C.). The Rife machine was, in its time, a pioneering front-runner for what today is the basis of energetic medicine.
Royal Rife discovered he could use specific electro-magnetic frequencies to kill a bacteria or viruses without causing damage to the surrounding tissue. The Rife machines utilizes the law of resonance and produces possible health benefits for varied diseases, both chronic and infectious. Though the first Rife machines were used on diseases such as tuberculosis, arthritis, and ulcers, its more commonly know for its use on cancer, described by authors such as Barry Lynes, as "the cancer cure that worked."
How Rife works
Rife machines work on the principle of sympathetic resonance, which states that if there are two similar objects and one of them is vibrating, the other will begin to vibrate as well, even if they are not touching. In the same way that a sound wave can induce resonance in a crystal glass and ultra-sound can be used to destroy gall-stones, Dr. Rife's instrument uses sympathetic resonance to physically vibrate the cells of the parasite resulting in possible elimination.
Vibration between two objects can be seen in everyday life, from a tuning fork to a guitar string. The destructive capabilities of resonance have been widely demonstrated, for example when an opera singer hits a particular note and breaks a glass. In this instance the musical tone sets the glass in motion, and as the motion builds the glass shatters. The pulsed wave used in the Rife system produces a mechanical vibration, whereby the low amplitude input leads to a large amplitude vibration in the target. If the induced resonant vibration is intense enough, the target cell, tissue, or molecule will be destroyed.
Please note that the Rife machine used today is not the Rife in its original form and no medical claims can be made for this technology. Modified versions such as the Rife-Bare device are today's modern incarnations of the original Rife machine. However it should be highlighted that the original machine was not given FDA approval which is partly why it has been modified for today's market.
The Rife machine (and related devices) claim to help people with a whole range of conditions, the most common being arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue and more surprisingly emotional or mental problems. The beneficial results reported are promising and interesting but at this stage may also be considered 'anecdotal'. On the other hand, no harmful effects have been reported from the use of this device.
Rife based devices may help with a variety of diseases. Despite all its uses the Rife machine has little diagnostic ability compared with systems such as the NES ProVision. Its treatment programs may be effective, as case studies have suggested, but Rife Machines does not provide the versatility of other, newer devices. Systems such as NES ProVision may enable the recipient to target a wider range of maladies, providing a greater degree of adaptability for the practitioner.