The Basics of JWLABS Rife Therapy

Posted by | July 21, 2016 | Discussions with John Wright | 4 Comments

The design of JWLABS Rife therapy is intended to appeal to users not interested in learning any more about technology than they require.

It’s important that Rife technology, with its complex layers of effects, be made understandable safe, and easy to use. Only then, is it practical for the end user.

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JWLABS Rife therapy at its finest!

In general, JWLABS customers have very specific, or very critical needs and very little time or money left to deal with them. This means simpler, more cost effective, more automated Rife machines are the primary issues of the apparent public demand.

JWLABS recorded frequency sessions are a form of music. They are hand tuned and played with skill. Much like any musical instrument is played and the music recorded. The needs of the user are anticipated in the contents of the recording, or score, and the full effects of the therapy can be realized with little or no education required. Safety is the primary concern.

The Model A Rife machine cannot harm human cells, does not cause disease, and has no direct side effects. However, it is extremely potent. Over-use of the Model A may result in an increase in symptoms. This can be a real hazard, especially for a new user with a long history of chronic disease.

This is not the famous “Herxheimer effect”. It is the user’s physical reaction to massive immune stimulus and sudden detoxification of the system. There is no danger, provided the user knows to stop the therapy and allow the effects to pass before they begin again.

Any music, audio frequency number or sequence can be input to Model A. This is the Tactio® feature.

Sessions created on JWLABS Model B-27, are recorded by channels, A,B,C,D.

On our advanced recordings, the frequency range of each channel is as follows:

  • 1) 3 to 33 Hz
  • 2) 33 to 333
  • 3) 333 to 3300
  • 4) 3300 to 10k

These channels always correspond to the four tracks of each session title, except for the General Alignment.

  • A = Track 1
  • B = Track 2
  • C = Track 3
  • D = Track 4

The frequency range for virus, bacteria and most fungi are always on Track 3, except for the General Alignment.

Major parasites, ATP synthesis, low blood pressure, general detoxification, etc. are always on Track 1.

Immune stimulation, cleansing of the blood, and further detoxing and major parasites are always on Track 2.

High Blood pressure, and deep tissue therapy are always on Track 4, (except for the General Alignment.)

Each title is tuned throughout these ranges, with specific sets of exact frequencies as used traditionally, and as demonstrated by previous users.

The General Alignment splits track 3 into two parts: bacteria, Track 3, and virus Track 4. But this is only true in the General Alignment recording. Which therefore has 5 tracks instead of the regular 4. The purpose of this is to make the General Alignment a bit less aggressive in its design, for the safety and comfort of new users.

JWLABS’ basic strategy has been to attempt to minimize all reactions, in an effort to orchestrate a smooth and event-free transition to a better state of health.

The General Alignment (GA) is designed to find a level of therapy that is safe for everyone, regardless of their state of health. Our tradition is to establish a regular maintenance routine for the user, via the GA, before attempting more aggressive or more specific treatments. A process that we find often will take longer for folks who are ill.

We suggest using Track 2 of the GA, (10 minutes, hands only, 5 days on 2 days off ), for the first week. Not moving beyond this until it is obvious that no further reaction is expected. Adding Track 3 to the daily routine, again until there are no reactions, establishes a base line or maintenance level. More aggressive systemic and localized sessions are added to this basic maintenance as appropriate.

So, a typical routine the first week looks like this: Track 2 of General Alignment (GA), 5 days on, 2 days off.

The second week: GA, Track 2 and 3 for 10 minutes each, 5 days on, 2 days off.

This, presuming that there is no significant reaction either in the pH swing from before to after the session or in term of how the Model A user feels.

The energy Model A delivers is a volts/amps electrical current balanced in a way that is a stimulus to the body, but devastating to virtually all known parasites from flukes to virus.

It’s an energy that you can feel, and it is effective in this way at any of the frequencies Model A delivers in normal use. All the frequencies are effective. Specific frequencies are more effective.

Model A automates both of these factors to accommodate a smooth and complete therapy with no other planning than to select a Title and a Track.

This leaves the user free to direct their attention to the process of the therapy itself. Such as the physiology, the path of the energy, method and timing etc.

Recorded sessions allow the user to more easily repeat sessions consistently. And take advantage of our masterful tuning. Thus the user, whether private or professional, can expect a certain predictability about the effects of their Rife therapy sessions. A perfect solution for those who don’t need to know how the engine under the hood of their car works to arrive safely at your destination!


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4 Comments

  • Neil Myers says:

    Digital and Analog,

    Could you explain why the Model A uses analog frequencies rather than digital? One person I tried to describe this to said that if it was recorded on a CD, “it must be digital”. Could you please explain and clear up this misunderstanding? Thanks

    • cherry says:

      Here’s a response from our chief engineer. It’s pretty technical, but it should provide reassurance that JWLABS is providing the best of the old and the best of the new with respect to Rife technology.

      The Model A uses frequencies that were created on an analog frequency generator. Those frequencies were then recorded digitally using CD quality recording equipment. So in a sense, the customer is right – the tracks are indeed stored digitally.

      But the important thing to understand is the extreme detail that the CD quality recording process affords – 16 bits of amplitude resolution sampled at 44.1 kHz allows us to perfectly re-create signals up to 22 kHz. You can prove this by observing the output of the Model A on a good oscilloscope. The signals are centered around the desired treatment frequency and dithered slightly to “sweep” any microbes at a slightly different resonance point. When observing these signals you will notice that there are no discontinuities in frequency. The signal slowly and methodically covers the correct treatment frequency.

      Contrast this to the digital square wave generator technology used by some of our competitors. Since they are only concerned with keeping the frequency generation mechanism small and inexpensive, they may talk about high frequency crystals in the design. Don’t let this fool you – since the signal was not created on an analog machine, even a 30 MHz crystal cannot recreate precise frequency dithering.

      Here’s the math:
      30 MHz crystal gives 1/30MHz = 33.3 nanoseconds of resolution. This sounds good, but at 20kHz this only gives 13.33Hz of frequency resolution!

      [1/30MHz + 1/20kHz = 50.0333 microseconds. Convert this back to frequency: 1/50.0333 uS = 19.9867 kHz. We call the gap between 19.9867 kHz and 20.0000 kHz a discontinuity. You could not only see this jump on the oscilloscope but you could easily hear this sudden change in frequency.]

      What if the offending microbe is 19,999 Hz? The Wright Labs Model A can and does recreate continuous analog frequencies using CD quality recording equipment and advanced signal recreation circuitry.

  • Victor Petersen says:

    What happens if I rip the General Alignment CD to my computer then put the tracks on my tablet so I don’t have to be at my computer or have a CD player with me? Do the tracks lose effectiveness from doing this?

    • cherry says:

      Victor, you can convert the cd files to MP3 format and store them on your computer. It’s a great way to back up your files and make them available for transfer via thumb drive to your tablet. Though they are in digital format, your A3 units have a sampling rate that (remarkably) preserves the integrity of the robust analog signal which was the original recording. See this page to learn more: http://jwlabs.com/rife-technology-2/technical-explanation/

      Best, Cherry

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