If you are questioning the veracity of our medical system, if you are concerned about an industry which promotes drugs and other therapies which often leave us more damaged than from the original disease, you may think that they are the opposition.
You probably have concerns about our rising health care costs and lower standing in the world regarding real health.
Perhaps you are aware that lobbyists from the pharmaceutical industry outnumber Congress persons on the Hill by a factor of two to one, assuring that we have fewer real choices other than which drug to take.
You may be doubting the wisdom of legislating vaccines which are laced with toxins and have demonstrated disastrous results for those who now suffer from neurological disorders and other problems, even death.
Yet all of these factors do not make up our greatest opposition!
They represent excellent reasons to have your personal Rife machine; but they do not constitute the most nefarious opposing force to our mission.
You may be surprised to learn that our concern is more about some of the players in the Rife machine industry itself!We are disheartened to observe that some individuals are not truthfully representing their products. And even more so, some have degraded themselves by falsely representing their competition in order to make themselves look better.
We have knowledge that, historically, there have been operations set up to produce sub-standard equipment and make a small illicit fortune in the business. They offered no technical support to further the results of their users. Furthermore, at least one of these entities represented themselves as a “Research Institute” which conveniently recommended only two brands of machines, both of which they manufactured. These folks have since closed their doors, leaving thousands of people with machines which cannot be serviced, never mind any guidance on safe use.
We can speculate (though we have no proof) that this operation, like others we have observed previously, was set up specifically with the mission to discredit the industry.
What better way to create a poor reputation for the technology than by infiltrating it and producing lackluster equipment? (Note that Morris Fishbein of the AMA originally approached Dr. Rife as an investor. He had the ardent intention of infecting the business from the inside, much like the very viruses Rife was shown to devitalize.)
Currently, we can point to a business which has appeared on the scene only within the last few years. This company is apparently headed up by a person who was tinkering around with zapper-type equipment when he acquired our Model A (several units, in fact).
He availed himself of John Wright’s generosity with respect to technical discussion , exhibited little to no interest in customer support information, and started his own business as a competitor.
No problem with that. Though his equipment appears to be cheap digital devices made in China. Additionally, he seems not skilled in communication, so we doubt seriously his ability or inclination for customer support.
What reveals his true character is that he produced a video featured on You Tube and on his web site which demonstrates glaringly that he has no ethics. He claims to represent on an oscilloscope his device with three other manufacturers. He has manipulated the information to tout his machine as the most powerful.
It is clear to the trained observer that this is nonsense. Not only has he obviously not turned the amplitude up on the machines of his competitors, he is showing them at a lower range of frequencies. This creates an image, that for the untrained eye, might support his assertion that the shape of the frequency wave indicates the power of the output.
This is a glaring example of someone who was bold enough to go on camera in a lab suit (designed to create an air of authority) and make false claims in order to set himself apart from others in his newly chosen field.
To insiders it’s laughable; but the consequences are that people who are in genuine need may be swayed to acquire his equipment and never get the results they so desperately need.
This is but one example of someone who saw a good thing: A growing trend for the utilization of electronic medicine, a compounding increase in disease, and a sea of confusion about the technology. With his apparent knack for technical stuff, he put it all together. No understanding of physics, no study of biology. No real deep thinking. In fact, we’re not even sure he knows how to use an O-scope!
There are others who are not so mean-spirited, people who are sincere and well-meaning; but who are, nonetheless, contributing to the mass of misinformation about the how this technology works and how to use it safely.
One gentleman, who has spoken before at least one conference, speaks quite articulately about his product. He is touting a broadcast machine, saying that if you want the most powerful machine, this is the one!
Well, okay. But does he also mention that broadcast devices REQUIRE more power to deliver their radio-range frequencies? Does he qualify for the listener that radio frequencies (also called MegaHertz, or MHz) in themselves produce undesirable effects?
Does he feel compelled to let his audience know that the radio band of frequencies includes the micro-wave range, and that even in Rife’s day, scientists expressed concern about the ramifications of these high frequencies?
True, they did not know about microwave back in the day; but they were suspicious that there were deleterious effects of continuous exposure. Now we know that these high frequencies destroy human cells, and bodes particularly ill for the brain.
Today, we have no excuse for not divulging this information; for the safety of the end-user, and for the integrity of the industry.
This is but a short sketch of the nefarious and/or less-than-forthright characters who abound in this industry. There are no standards agreed to by all parties in the industry, so it becomes a bit of a free-for-all.
Yes, there are cases where manufacturers have been harassed, even prosecuted. We feel for them, for they are often people of good will. But much of the damage to our industry is done from the inside out. And this is something that flies under the radar for the consumer, with potential for grave consequences.
This is not to diminish the fact that many people benefit from these devices, even with sub-standard design or implementation. That’s the nature of and the beauty of electro-medicine.
There are countless effects to be derived from frequency application (Note the technical paper on www.jwlabs.com from the DOD.) These effects can be for good or for ill. We must make our best effort to educate the public to the full ramifications so they can make sound choices and proceed as safely as possible.
The medical profession? Don’t worry too much about them, as opposition to this industry, that is. We have long anticipated that they would one day embrace electro-medicine as their own. Indeed, we are seeing this now. Never mind that they will never acknowledge Dr. Rife, the gentleman who gave it credibility.
As to our colleagues in the industry who are of good intention and good science, we salute you. It is a pleasure to be in your company!
What can you do? Do your homework! Talk to the experts. Get to know the people at the company of your choice. Make sure they are learned, sincere, and committed to helping you achieve the results you so desire. True, we cannot promise the hoped-for outcome; but we will be with you through the process.