JWLABS’ Model A – Not Just Another UFO

It’s so difficult to be forced to wade through the details of any technology, especially new technology, when you are ill. In that case your search for information is generally motivated by an underlying, but severe frustration. A frustration that comes from trying to grapple with the realization that there is seemingly no help, no easy solution, no clear path, and no well marked trails to follow.

One of the major issues many new users have to take on is the apparent complete lack of consensus on the Internet. The simple problem of how to choose a Rife product. For the greatest majority of new users at JWLABS, the Rife Machine is a relatively new concept, and in some cases it is totally foreign.

With a broad range of possible prices and complexity, the manufacturers have covered every possible price range in order to fit every budget; but still, for the most part, they provide no reasonable guidance for folks who need answers, not more unanswerable questions.

For those who are up to the challenge, it’s fairly easy to get through the obstacle course with common sense and a basic understanding of the technology itself. But it’s very difficult for those who have neither the time nor the patience for another challenge. Regardless of how smart they are.

One simply cannot make an informed choice from such a chaotic selection of hardware, a mixture of conflicting theories, and a fringe element that ranges from theoretical physicists to UFO enthusiasts. Every one is telling a different story.

It’s like coming through time from 200 years ago, and trying to select a used car. Folks need to have enough experience to make a good choice for themselves. There is simply no way around it.

Here are a few things to bear in mind:

  • First, this technology may be new to you, but it is not new. In fact, every part of it is old, and quite familiar if you know what to look for.
  • Beware of the subconscious tendency to believe the first thing you hear, simply because it is the first thing you heard. True that it is good to enter into anything that is new to you with child-like open mindedness, but it is imperative that you know where to draw the line.

  • Many so-called Rife Machines, are not really products; and for the most part, do not fill the expectations of the modern consumer. They merely emulate enough of the technology to fulfill their marketing goals.

There are three basic types of Rife device: Electric, Magnetic, and Radio. Electric, or direct current type machines are the best by far for the simple reason that it is the only direct method of application. All other means, regardless of how these are mixed together, are indirect, and therefore far less effective.

Magnetic, or pulsed electro-magnets, and Radio, (which is broadcast) both completely lack the effects of stimulus. Since you cannot feel them while they are working, they do not give you any obvious clues about how much you are getting, either too much or too little.

All three are simply variations on the same basic theme, which is to put frequency energy into the body at power. By this I mean, not subtle energy, like Radionics, or Reiki. And not superfluous methods like sound or light machines. No, not ultra sound, and not LASERs either.

In reality, about 80 percent of what we have come to expect from a Rife device, can only be accomplished by using the most potent of the direct electric type of machine. 

Although the amount of electrical power that a machine can deliver is important to it’s efficacy, total power is only one of many relevant factors that determines the efficiency of a direct contact type. The human body can only flow a certain amount to electrical energy without danger. More than this is a waste of time, and potentially harmful.

Another important aspect of the device is its refinement. You can buy a function generator/ frequency device at any electronics supply for a few hundred dollars, and if you know what to do, you can use it as a very crude Rife machine. A fact that is not lost on most of the so-called Rife machine makers. They have been selling people modified function generators as Rife machines for generations.

In the last 15 years we have seen them rise to a point that is marginally above simply re-purposing old function generators. Now they repackage them as well, which is much more convincing. But does that constitute a real Rife machine? Yes and No.

It’s practically child’s play to show legally that a function generator is a Rife machine, even if all that is done to it is to change the label. It is not, in fact, a purpose-built instrument that has been developed through trial and error for decades. If it were, it might be rightly called a product.

But if it does not perform substantially the job for which it is represented it is still a rip-off, fake-as-a- four-dollar-bill, placebo Rife machine. You should not waste your time and money on Rife machines that are “technically” Rife machines, but don’t get anywhere even close to what most users are looking for.

So, rather than going down to the used car lot, and taking your chances, visit with the real professionals in the field who have vast man hours and equally vast resources invested in the success of the user. Folks who are genuinely committed to giving each new user the personalized coaching and one-on-one attention you need to proceed with confidence.

JWLABS, day or night. 888-523-8695

 

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JWLABS’ Model A – Not Just Another UFO

  1. Roy Smith says:

    Well written article by a man who knows what he is talking about.

  2. Nicky says:

    I’m disappointed that this article says a whole lot of nothing. You don’t mention the intended outcomes of the RIFE or why your RIFE is different from others on the market. I have been using RIFE for the past year at my clinicians office and am wondering if your RIFE will measure up and do the job.

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