In the Summer of 1934 in California,
under the auspices of the University of Southern California, a group of
leading American bacteriologists and doctors conducted the first
successful cancer clinic. The results showed that:
a) cancer was caused by a micro-organism:
b) the micro-organism could be painlessly destroyed in terminally ill cancer patients: and
c) the effects of the disease could be reversed.
technical discovery leading to the cancer cure had been described in
Science magazine in 1931. In the decade following the 1934 clinical
success, the technology and the subsequent successful treatment of
cancer patients was discussed at medical conferences, disseminated in a
medical journal, cautiously but professionally reported in a major
newspaper, and technically explained in an annual report published by
the Smithsonian Institution.
the cancer cure threatened a number of scientists, physicians, and
financial interests. A cover-up was initiated. Physicians using the new
technology were coerced into abandoning it. The author of the
Smithsonian article was followed and then was shot at while driving his
car. He never wrote about the subject again. All reports describing the
cure were censored by the head of the AMA (American Medical
Association) from the major medical journals. Objective scientific
evaluation by government laboratories was prevented. And renowned
researchers who supported the technology and its new scientific
principles in bacteriology were scorned., ridiculed and called liars to
their face. Eventually, a long dark silence lasting decades fell over
the cancer cure. in time, the cure was labeled a 'myth' - it never
happened. However, documents now available prove that the cure did
exist, was tested successfully in clinical trials, and in fact was used
secretly for years afterwards - continuing to cure cancer as well as
Bacteria and Viruses
19th century France, two giants of science collided. One of them is now
world-renowned - Louis Pasteur. The other, from whom Pasteur stole many
of his best ideas, is now essentially forgotten - Pierre Bechamp.
of the many areas in which Pasteur and Bechamp argued concerned what is
today known as pleomorphism - the occurrence of more than one distinct
form of an organism in a single life cycle. Bechamp contended that
bacteria could change forms. A rod-shaped bacterium could become a
spheroid, etc. Pasteur disagreed. In 1914, Madame Victor Henri of the
Pasteur Institute confirmed that Bechamp was correct and Pasteur wrong.
went much further in his argument for pleomorphism. He contended that
bacteria could 'devolve' into smaller, unseen forms - what he called
microzyma. in other words, Bechamp developed - on the basis of a
lifetime of research - a theory that micro-organisms could change their
essential size as well as their shape, depending on the state of health
of the organism in which the micro-organism lived. This directly
contradicted what orthodox medical authorities have believed for most
of the 20th century. Laboratory research in recent years has provided
confirmation for Bechamp's notion.
seemingly esoteric scientific squabble had ramifications far beyond
academic institutions. The denial of pleomorphism was one of the
cornerstones of 20th century medical, research and cancer treatment. An
early 20th acceptance of pleomorphism might have prevented millions of
Americans from suffering and dying of cancer.
a paper presented to the New York Academy of Sciences in 1969, Dr.
Virginia Livingston and Dr. Eleanor Alexander-Jackson declared that a
single cancer micro-organism exists. They said that the reason the army
of cancer researchers couldn't find it was because it changed form.
Livingston and Alexander-Jackson asserted:
organism has remained an unclassified mystery, due in part to its
remarkable pleomorphism and its stimulation of other micro-organisms.
Its various phases may resemble viruses, micrococci, diptheriods,
bacilli, and fungi."
The American Medical Association
American Medical Association was formed in 1846 but it wasn't until
1901 that a reorganization enabled it to gain power over how medicine
was practiced throughout America. By becoming a confederation of state
medical associations and forcing doctors who wanted to belong to their
county medical society to join the state association, the AMA soon
increased its membership to include a majority of physicians. Then, by
accrediting medical schools, it began determining the standards and
practices of doctors. Those who refused to conform lost their license
to practice medicine.
Fishbein was the virtual dictator of the AMA from the mid-1920's until
he was ousted on June 6, 1949 at the AMA convention in Atlantic City.
But even after he was forced from his position of power because of a
revolt from several state delegations of doctors, the policies he had
set in motion continued on for many years. He died in the early 1970's.
A few years
after the successful cancer clinic of 1934, Dr. R.T. Hamer, who did not
participate i the clinic, began to use the procedure in Southern
California. According to Benjamin Cullen, who observed the entire
development of the cancer cure from idea to implementation, Fishbein
found out and tried to "buy in". When he was turned down, Fishbein
unleashed the AMA to destroy the cancer cure. Cullen recalled:
Hamer ran an average of forty cases a day through his place. he had to
hire two operators. He trained them and watched them very closely. The
case histories were mounting up very fast. Among them was this old man
from Chicago. he had a malignancy all around his face and neck. It was
a gory mass. Just Terrible. Just a red gory mass. It had taken over all
around his face. It had taken off one eyelid at the bottom of the eye.
It had taken off the bottom of the lower lobe of the ear and had also
gone into the cheek area, nose and chin. He was a sight to behold."
in six months all that was left was a little black spot on the side of
his face and the condition of that was such that it was about to fall
off. Now that man was 82 years of age. i never saw anything like it.
The delight of having a lovely clean skin again, just like a baby's
he went back to Chicago. Naturally he couldn't keep still and Fishbein
heard about it. Fishbein called him in and the old man was kind of
reticent about telling him. So Fishbein wined and dined him and finally
learned about his cancer treatment by Dr. Hamer in the San Diego
soon a man from Los Angeles came down. he had several meetings with us.
Finally he took us out to dinner and broached the subject about buying
it. Well we wouldn't do it. The renown was spreading and we weren't
even advertising. But of course what did it was the case histories of
Dr. Hamer. He said that this was the most marvellous development of the
age. His case histories were absolutely wonderful."
bribed a partner in the company. With the result we were kicked into
court - operating without a license. I was broke after a year."
1939, under pressure from the local medical society, Dr. R.T. Hamer
abandoned the cure. He is not one of the heroes of this story.
within the few, short years from 1934 to 1939, the cure for cancer was
clinically demonstrated and expanded into curing other diseases on a
daily basis by other doctors, and then terminated when Morris Fishbein
of the AMA was not allowed to "buy in". It was a practice he had
developed into a cold art, but never again would such a single
mercenary deed doom millions of Americans to premature, ugly deaths.
It was the AMA's most shameful hour.
major institution which "staked its claim" in the virgin territory of
cancer research in the 1930-1950 period was Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center in New York. Established in 1884 as the first cancer
hospital in America, Memorial Sloan-Kettering from 1940 to the
mid-1950s was the centre of drug testing for the largest pharmaceutical
companies. Cornelius P. Rhoads, who spent the 1930s at the Rockerfeller
Institute, became the director at Memorial Sloan-Kettering in 1939. He
remained in that position until his death i 1959. Rhoads was the head
of the chemical warfare service from 1943 - 1945,and afterwards became
the nation's premier advocate of chemotherapy.
was Dr. Rhoads who prevented Dr Irene Diller from announcing the
discovery of the cancer micro-organism to the New York Academy of
Sciences in 1950. It also was Dr. Rhoads who arranged for the funds for
Dr. Caspe's New Jersey laboratory to be cancelled after she announced
the same discovery in Rome in 1953. An IRS investigation, instigated by
an unidentified, powerful, New York cancer authority, added to her
misery, and the laboratory was closed.
the major players on the cancer field are the doctors, the private
research institutions, the pharmaceutical companies, the American
Cancer Society (organising research) and the Food And Drug
Administration (the dreaded FDA which keeps the outsiders on the
defensive through raids, legal harassment, and expensive testing
The Man Who Found The Cure For Cancer
1913, a man with a love for machines and a scientific curiosity,
arrived in San Diego after driving across the country from New York. He
had been born in Elkhorn, Nebraska, was 25 years old, and very happily
married. He was about to start a new life and open the way to a science
of health which will be honored far into the future. his name was Royal
Raymond Rife. Close friends, who loved his gentleness and humility
while being awed by his genius, called him Roy.
R. Rife was fascinated by bacteriology, microscopes and electronics.
For the next seven years (including a mysterious period in the Navy
during World War 1 in which he traveled to Europe to investigate
foreign laboratories for the US government), he thought about and
experimented in a variety of fields as well as mastered the mechanical
skills necessary to build instruments such as the world had never
the late 1920s, the first phase of his work was completed. he had built
his first microscope, one that broke the existing principles, and he
had constructed instruments which enabled him to electronically destroy
specific pathological micro-organisms.
believed that the minuteness of the virus made it impossible to stain
them with existing acid or aniline dye stains. He'd have to find
another way. Somewhere along the way, he made am intuitive leap often
associated with the greatest scientific discoveries. he conceived first
the idea and then the method of staining the virus with light. He began
building a microscope which would enable a frequency of light to
co-ordinate with the chemical constituents of the particle or
micro-organism under observation.
second microscope was finished in 1929. In an article which appeared in
the Los Angeles Times Magazine on December 27, 1931, the existence of
the light-staining method was reported to the public:
may thus be studied by their light, exactly as astronomers study moons,
suns, and stars by the light which comes from them through telescopes.
The bacilli studied are living ones, not corpses killed by stains."
most of this period Rife also had been seeking a way to identify and
then destroy the micro-organism which caused cancer. His cancer
research began in 1922. It would take him until 1932 to isolate the
responsible micro-organism which he later named simply the "BX virus".
The Early 1930s
1931, the two men who provided the greatest professional support to
Royal R. Rife came into his life. Dr. Arthur I. Kendall, Director of
Medical Research at Northwestern University Medical School in Illinois,
and Dr. Milbank Johnson, a member of the board of directors at Pasadena
Hospital in California and an influential power in Los Angeles medical
Kendall had invented a protein culture medium (called "K-Medium" after
its inventor) which enabled the "filterable virus" portions of a
bacteria to be isolated and to continue reproducing. this claim
directly contradicted the Rockerfeller Institute's Dr. Thomas Rivers
who in 1926 had authoritatively stated that a virus needed a living
tissue for reproduction. Rife, Kendall and others were to prove within
a year that it was possible to cultivate viruses artificially. Rivers,
in his ignorance and obstinacy, was responsible for suppressing one of
the greatest advances ever made in medical knowledge.
arrived in California in mid-November 1931 and Johnson introduced him
to Rife. Kendall brought his "K-Medium) to Rife and Rife brought his
microscope to Kendall.
typhoid germ was put in the "K-medium", triple-filtered through the
finest filter available, and the results examined under Rife's
microscope. Tiny, distinct bodies stained in a turquoise-blue light
were visible. The virus cultures grew in the "K-medium" and were
visible. The viruses could be "light"-stained and then classified
according to their own colors under Rife's unique microscope.
later report which appeared in the Smithsonian's annual publication
gives a hint of the totally original microscopic technology which
enabled man to see a deadly virus-size micro-organism in its live state
for the first time (the electron microscope of later years kills its
they were examined under the Rife microscope where the filterable virus
form of typhoid bacillus, emitting a blue spectrum color, caused the
plane of polarization to be deviated 4.8 degrees plus. When the
opposite angle of refraction was obtained by means of adjusting the
polarizing prisms to minus 4.8 degrees and the cultures of viruses were
illuminated by the monochromatic beams coordinated with the chemical
constituents of the typhoid bacillus, small, oval, actively motile,
bright turquoise-blue bodies were observed at 5,000 x magnification, in
high contrast to the colorless and motionless debris of the medium.
These tests were repeated 18 times to verify the results."
the success, Dr. Milbank Johnson quickly arranged a dinner in honor of
the two men in order that the discovery could be announced and
discussed. More than 30 of the most prominent medical doctors,
pathologists, and bacteriologists in Los Angeles attended this historic
event on November 20, 1931. Among those in attendance were Dr. Alvin G.
Ford, who 20 years later would indicate he knew little about Rife's
discoveries, and Dr. George Dock who would serve on the University of
Southern California's Special Research Committee overseeing the
clinical work until he, too, would 'go over' to the opposition.
On November 22, 1931, the Los Angeles Times
reported this important medical gathering and its scientific significance:
discoveries of the greatest magnitude, including a discussion of the
world's most powerful microscope recently perfected after 14 years'
effort by Dr. Royal R. Rife of San Diego, were described Friday evening
to members of the medical profession, bacteriologists and pathologists
at a dinner given by Dr. Milbank Johnson in honor of Dr. Rife and Dr.
A. I. Kendall.
the gathering of distinguished men, Dr. Kendall told of his researches
in cultivating the typhoid bacillus on his new "K-Medium". The typhoid
bacillus is non-filterable and is large enough to be seen easily with
microscopes in general use. Through the use of "Medium K", Dr. Kendall
said, the organism is so altered that it cannot be seen with ordinary
microscopes and it becomes small enough to be ultra-microscopic or
filterable. It then can be changed back to the microscopic or
the use of Dr. Rife's powerful microscope, said to have a visual power
of magnification to 17,000 times, compared to 2,000 times of which the
ordinary microscope is capable, Dr. Kendall said he could see the
typhoid bacilli in the filterable or formerly invisible stage. It is
probably the first time the minute filterable (virus) organisms ever
have been seen.
strongest microscope now in use can magnify between 2,000 and 2,500
times. Dr. Rife, by an ingenious arrangement of lenses applying an
entirely new optical principle and by introducing double quartz prisms
and powerful illuminating lights, has devised a microscope with a
lowest magnification of 5,000 times and a maximum working magnification
of 17,000 times.
new microscope, scientists predict, also will prove a development of
the first magnitude. Frankly dubious about the perfection of a
microscope which appears to transcend the limits set by optic science,
Dr. Johnson's guests expressed themselves as delighted with the visual
demonstration and heartily accorded both Dr.Rife and Dr. Kendall a
foremost place in the world's rank of scientists."
days later, the Los Angeles Times published a photo of Rife and Kendall
with the microscope. It was the first time a picture of the super
microscope had appeared in public. The headline read, "The World's Most
Rife and Kendall had prepared an article for the December 1931 issue of
California and Western Medicine. "Observations on Bacillus Typhosus in
its Filterable State" described what Rife and Kendall had done and
seen. The journal was the official publication of the state medical
associations of California, Nevada and Utah.
The prestigious Science magazine
then carried an article which alerted the scientific community of the
entire nation. The December 11, 1931 Science News supplement included a
section titled, "Filterable Bodies Seen With The Rife Microscope". The
article described Kendall's filterable medium culture, the
turquoise-blue bodies which were the filtered form of the typhoid
bacillus, and Rife's microscope. It included the following description:
used with Dr. Rife's microscope is polarized, that is, it is passing
through crystals that stop all rays except those vibrating in one
particular plane. By means of a double reflecting prism built into the
instrument, it is possible to turn this plane of vibration in any
desired direction, controlling the illumination of the minute objects
in the field very exactly."
On December 27, 1931, the Los Angeles Times reported that Rife had demonstrated the microscope at a meeting of 250 scientists. The article explained:
is a new kind of magnifier, and the laws governing microscopes may not
apply to it... Dr. Rife has developed an instrument that may
revolutionize laboratory methods and enable bacteriologists like Dr
Kendall, to identify the germs that produce about 50 diseases whose
causes are unknown..."
Kendall was invited to speak before the Association of American
Physicians. The presentation occurred May 3 and 4, 1932 at Johns
Hopkins University in Baltimore. And there Dr Thomas Rivers and Hans
Zinsser stopped the scientific process. Their opposition meant that the
development of Rife's discoveries would be slowed. Professional
microbiologists would be cautious in even conceding the possibility
that Rife and Kendall might have broken new ground. The depression was
at its worst. The Rockerfeller Institute was not only a source of
funding but powerful in the corridors of professional recognition. A
great crime resulted because of the uninformed, cruel and unscientific
actions of Rivers and Zinsser.
momentum was slowed at the moment when Rife's discovery could have
"broken out' and triggered a chain reaction of research, clinical
treatment and the beginnings of an entirely new health system. By the
end of 1932, Rife could destroy the typhus bacteria, the polio virus,
the herpes virus, the cancer virus, and other viruses in a culture and
in experimental animals. Human treatment was only one step away.
opposition of Rivers and Zinsser in 1932 had a devastating impact ion
the history of 20th century medicine. (Zinsser's Bacteriology, in an
updated version, is still a standard textbook.) Unfortunately, there
were few esteemed bacteriologists who were not frightened or awed by
there were two exceptions to this generally unheroic crowd.
Christopher Bird's article, "What has Become Of The Rife Microscope?",
which appeared in the March 1976 New Age Journal. reports:
the midst of the venom and acerbity the only colleague to come to
Kendall's aid was the grand old man of bacteriology, and first teacher
of the subject in the United States, Dr. William H. 'Popsy' Welch, who
evidently looked upon Kendall's work with some regard."
was the foremost pathologist in America at one time. The medical
library at Johns Hopkins University is named after him. He rose and
said, "Kendall's observation marks a distinct advance in medicine." It
did little good. By then Rivers and Zinsser were the powers in the
other supporter was Dr. Edward c. Rosenow of the Mayo Clinic's Division
of Experimental Bacteriology. (The Mayo Clinic was then and is today
one of the outstanding research and treatment clinics in the world. The
Washington Post of January 6, 1987 wrote, "To many in the medical
community, the Mayo Clinic is 'the standard' against which other
medical centers are judged.")
July 5-7, 1932, just two months after Kendall's public humiliation, the
Mayo Clinic's Rosenow met with Kendall and Rife at Kendall's Laboratory
at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago.
oval, motile, turquoise-blue virus were demonstrated and shown
unmistakably," Rosenow declared in the "Proceedings of the Staff
Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, July 13, 1932, Rochester, Minnesota." The
virus for herpes was also seen. On August 26, 1932, Science magazine published Rosenow's report, "Observations with the Rife Microscope of Filter Passing Forms of Micro-organisms".
In the article, Rosenow stated:
can be no question of filterable turquoise-blue bodies described by
Kendall. They are not visible by the ordinary methods of illumination
and magnification... Examination under the Rife microscope of
specimens, containing objects visible with the ordinary microscopes,
leaves no doubt of the accurate visualization of objects or particulate
matter by direct observation at the extremely high magnification
(calculated to be 8,000 diameter ) obtained by the instrument."
Three days after departing from Rife in Chicago, Rosenow wrote to Rife from the Mayo Clinic:
seeing what your wonderful microscope will do, and after pondering over
the significance of what you revealed with its use during those three
strenuous and memorable days spent in Dr. Kendall's laboratory, I hope
you will take the necessary time to describe how you obtain what
physicists consider the impossible... As I visualize the matter, your
ingenious method of illumination with the intense monochromatic beam of
light is of even greater importance than the enormously high
was right. The unique: 'color frequency' staining method was the great
breakthrough. Years later, after the arrival of television, an
associate of the then deceased Rife would explain, "the viruses were
stained with the frequency of light just like colors are tuned in on
television sets." It was the best technical description ever
'BX' - The Virus of Cancer
began using Kendall's "K Medium" in 1931 in his search for the cancer
virus. In 1932, he obtained an unulcerated breast mass that was
checked for malignancy from Paradise Valley Sanatorium of National
City, California. But the initial cancer cultures failed to produce
the virus he was seeking.
Then a fortuitous accident occurred. The
May 11, 1938 Evening Tribune of San Diego later described what happened:
neither the medium nor the microscope were sufficient alone to reveal
the filter-passing organism Rife found in cancers, he recounted. It was
an added treatment which he found virtually by chance that finally made
this possible, he related. He happened to test a tube of cancer culture
within the circle of a tubular ring filled with argon gas activated by
an electrical current, which he had been using in experimenting with
electronic bombardment of organisms of disease. His cancer culture
happened to rest there about 24 hours (with the current on the argon
gas-filled tube) and then he noticed (under the microscope) that its
appearance seemed to have changed. he studied and tested this
phenomenon repeatedly, and thus discovered (cancer virus)
filter-passing, red-purple granules in the cultures."
BX cancer virus was a distinct purplish-red color. Rife had
succeeded in isolating the filterable virus of carcinoma.
laboratory notes for November 20, 1932,contain the first written
description of the cancer virus characteristics. Among them are two,
unique to his method of classification using the Rife microscope :
angle of refraction 12-3/10 degrees: color by chemical refraction -
size of the cancer virus was indeed small. The length was 1/5 of a
micron. The breadth was 1/20 of a micron. No ordinary light microscope,
even in the 1980s, would be able to make the cancer virus visible.
and his laboratory assistant E.S. Free proceeded to confirm his
discovery. They repeated the method 104 consecutive times with
In time, Rife was able to prove that the cancer micro-organism had four forms:
1) BX (carcinoma);
2) BY (sarcoma - larger than BX);
Monococcoid form in the monocytes of the blood of over 90% of cancer
patients. When properly stained this form can be readily seen with a
standard research microscope:
4) Crytomyces pleomorphia fungi - identical morphologically to that of the orchid and of the mushroom.
wrote in his 1953 book: "Any of these forms can be changed back to "BX"
within a period of 36 hours and will produce in the experimental animal
a typical tumor with all the pathology of true neoplastic tissue, from
which we can again recover the "BX" micro-organism. This complete
process has been duplicated over 300 times with identical and positive
had proved pleomorphism. He had shown how the cancer virus changes
form, depending on its environment. He had confirmed the work of
Bechamp, of Kendall, of Rosenow, of Welch, and an army of pleomorphist
bacteriologists who would come after him and have to battle the
erroneous orthodox laws of Rivers and his legions of followers.
said, "In reality, it is not the bacteria themselves that produce the
disease, but the chemical constituents of these micro-organisms
enacting upon unbalanced cell metabolism of the human body that in
actuality produce the disease. We also believe if the metabolism of
the human body is perfectly balanced or poised, it is susceptible to no
Rife did not have time to argue this theory. He would leave that for
others. After isolating the cancer virus, his next step was to destroy
it. He did this with his frequency instruments - over and over
again. And then he did it with experimental animals, inoculating
them, watching the tumors grow, and then killing the virus in their
bodies with the same frequency instruments tuned to the same "BX"
Rife declared in 1953:
successful tests were conducted over 400 times with experimental
animals before any attempt was made to use this frequency on human
cases of carcinoma and sarcoma."
the summer of 1934, 16 terminally ill people with cancer and other
diseases were brought to the Scripps 'ranch'. There, as Rife and the
doctors worked on human beings for the first time, they learned much.
In 1953 when Rife copyrighted his book, he made the real report of what
happened in 1934. He wrote:
the frequency instrument treatment, no tissue is destroyed, no pain is
felt, no noise is audible, and no sensation is noticed. A tube lights
up and 3 minutes later the treatment is completed. The virus or
bacteria is destroyed and the body then recovers itself naturally from
the toxic effect of the virus or bacteria. Several diseases may be
first clinical work on cancer was completed under the supervision of
Milbank Johnson, MD, which was set up under a Special Medical Research
Committee of the University of Southern California. 16 cases were
treated at the clinic for many types of malignancy. After 3 months,
14 of these so called hopeless cases were signed off as clinically
cured by the staff of five medical doctors and Dr Alvin G. Ford, MD,
pathologist for the group. The treatments consisted of 3 minutes'
duration using the frequency instrument which was set on the mortal
oscillatory rate for "BX" or cancer (at 3-day intervals). It was found
that the elapsed time between treatments attains better results than
cases treated daily. This gives the lymphatic system an opportunity
to absorb and cast off the toxic condition which is produced by the
devitalized dead particles of the "BX" virus. No rise of body
temperature was perceptible in any of these cases above normal during
or after the frequency instrument treatment. No special diets were
used in any of this clinical work, but we sincerely believe that proper
diet compiled for the individual would be of benefit." December 1,
members of the clinic were Whalen Morrison, Chief Surgeon of the Santa
Fe Railway: George C. Dock, MD, internationally famous; George C.
Fischer, MD, Children's Hospital in New York; Arthur I. Kendall: Dr.
Zite, MD, Professor of Pathology at Chicago University; Rufus B. Von
Klein Schmidt, president of the University of Southern California.
Couche and Dr Karl Meyer, PhD, head of Department of Bacteriological
Research at the Hooper Foundation in San Francisco, were also present.
Dr. Kopps of the Metabolic Clinic in La Jolla signed all 14 reports and
knew of all the tests from his personal observation.
In 1956, Dr James Couche made the following declaration:
would like to make this historical record of the amazing scientific
wonders regarding the efficacy of the frequencies of the Royal R. Rife
I was told about Dr Rife and his frequency instrument at the Ellen
Scripps home near the Scripps Institute Annex some twenty-two years
ago, I went out to see about it and became very interested in the cases
which he had there. And the thing that brought me into it more quickly
than anything was a man who had cancer of the stomach. Rife was
associated at that time with Dr Milbank Johnson, MD, who was then
president of then Medical Association of Los Angeles, a very wealthy
man and a very big man in the medical world - the biggest in Los Angles
and he had hired this annex for this demonstration over a summer of
that period of time I saw many things and the one that impressed met he
most was a man who staggered onto a table, just on the last end of
cancer: he was a big bag of bones. As he lay on the table, Dr Rife and
Dr Johnson said, "Just feel that man's stomach." So I put my hand on
the cavity where his stomach was underneath and it was just a cavity
almost, because he was so thin; his backbone and his belly were just
about touching each other.
put my hand on his stomach which was just one solid mass, just about
what I could cover with my hand, somewhat like the shape of a heart. It
was absolutely solid! And I thought to myself, well, nothing can be
done for that . However, they gave him a treatment with Rife's
frequencies and in the course of time over a period of six weeks to two
months, to my astonishment, he completely recovered. He got so well
that he asked permission to go to El Centro as he had a farm there and
he wanted to see about his stock. Dr. Rife said, "Now you haven't the
strength to drive to El Centro."
yes, " he said. "I have, but I'll have a man to drive me there." As a
matter of fact, the patient drove his own car there and when he got
down to El Centro he had a sick cow and he stayed up all night with it.
The next day he drove back without any rest whatsoever - so you can
imagine how he had recovered.
saw other cases that were very interesting. Then I wanted a copy of the
frequency instrument. I finally bought one of these frequency
instruments and established it in my office.
"I saw some very remarkable things resulting from it in the course of over twenty years."
have now shown that there exists a crucial natural interaction between
living matter and photons. This process is measurable at the cellular
(bacterium) level. Other research has demonstrated that living systems
are extraordinarily sensitive to extremely low-energy electromagnetic
waves. (EMFs) This is to say, each kind of cell or micro-organism has a
specific frequency of interaction with the electromagnetic spectrum.
By various means, Rife's system allowed adjusting the frequency of
light impinging on the specimen. By some insight he learned that the
light frequency could be 'tuned' into the natural frequency of the
micro-organism being examined to cause a resonance or feedback loop. In
effect, under this condition it can be said the micro-organism
extrapolated from his lighting technique, which we may be certain he
understood, that specific electromagnetic frequencies would have a
negative effect on specific bacterial forms. There can remain no doubt
that Rife demonstrated the correctness of his hypothesis to himself and
those few who had the courage to look and the perceptual acuity to see!
The same new discoveries in biophysics not only explain Rife's
principle of illumination; they also explain his process for selective
destruction of bacteria. The latter phenomenon is similar to
ultrasonic cleaning, differing in delicate selectivity of wave form and
frequency. Recently, researchers whose findings have been suppressed,
have caused and cured cancer in the same group of mice by subjecting
them to certain electromagnetic fields. Rife's work was far more
sophisticated. He selected specific microscopic targets, and actually
saw the targets explode.
body of recognized scientific evidence now overwhelmingly supports the
original cancer theories articulated and demonstrated by Rife fifty
years ago. This includes modern AIDS research.