Implications of Electro Conformational Coupling to Rife Therapy
The ECC 1989 materials were given to us by Andy Cowan of the Federal Technology Transfer Consortium. His view was that it represents exactly what we are doing with Rife technology. There are some clear similarities. However, the experiments, like those of Royal Rife in this area, must be seen as being fundamentally different in physics from the dynamics of therapeutic application of the same principals.
In our opinion, the synthesis of ATP is brought about during electron therapy, (Rife transdermal stimulus therapy) as described in detail by John Crane. Our observations seem to indicate that this process is rarely inhibited. However, of the many thousands of reports we have collected, a small percentage of these experience the reverse effect, and in most cases the effect resumes upon the reversal of relevant polarity, relative to the body.
ATP synthesis must be at least as copious as described in the experiment, although there are undoubtedly other factors that may account for the increase in energy that users report. Fluctuating, oscillating, and alternating electric fields were used in the experiments, mostly at very low temperatures. As reported, these effects seemed to stop well below 37 degrees Centigrade, but this is assumed to be necessary for the cyclic action to be realized and measurable invitro.
20 Hertz up to 300 Hertz were used, (middle C on a piano is 256Hz) and it was also observed that the effect was negligible at frequencies above 1500 Hertz. It is consistent with our observations that higher frequency, up to 1 MHz, although capable of the effect in theory, was not considered useful because of the dramatic fall off of amplitude in this range.
As discovered recently by experimenters with JWLABS Model B in Germany, the transductance dynamic of the living body is effectively impossible to duplicate. Invitro current conductivity of cells, bacterial or otherwise, is limited by the conductivity of its substrate. Thus, the amount of salts required to simulate the invivo environment, is deadly to cells in fluid suspension. In a specially formulated medium, the effects of bacterial electrocution can be demonstrated. This electric energy level is still too powerful a force to permit reliable demonstration of the effects of frequency alone for the same purpose. These are microbial electrocution frequencies.
The anion channel is considered in the experiment, however, in the application of dc fluctuating current, presumably, the cation channel is also present invivo. We believe ac current was necessary in order to achieve uniformity during these experiments. The polarity of ac current is demonstrated to be of little relevance in practical application. Obviously, they are of great importance in dc applications. Further, the cation channel is believed to be the driving force that induces the movement of heavy metals and other toxins, for egression. This is would be impossible or nonexistent in alternating current, since it has no continuous polarity force.
Diffusion of current, and relevant intensity over the substrate is another issue. We believe the experiment did not consider current diffusion, or assumed a predictable amount of diffusion, therefore primarily observing the effects of migration current. These are critical to practical application of these effects. The exact relationship of the signal source, and the subject were not disclosed. Depending on amplitude, the distance of travel required for complete diffusion is not less than 2 inches invivo, and may be much more at greater power. Bearing in mind that the decay distance of the signal and the diffusion of current electric fields used are unknown, the effective energy requirements of the endergonic reactions described cannot be determined for practical use, although we assume the radix is appropriate for their purposes. Columnar relationships in arbitrary transcutaneous invivo applications would be predictably variable.
For argument sake, the very weak (less than 1/250th of an ampere) electric fields needed for these effects to take place are well below the level and frequency required to induce “…structural isomerism, de-polarizing or …de-magnetizing of human cells and brain tissue.” It is believed that such damage is caused only during prolonged exposure to microwave frequencies, but are also present in radio frequencies and the harmonics thereof. (Even in devices of less than 250 watts) At the microwave range, (such as used in Rife Ray machines), “cancerous cells increase in human blood, causes loss of memory, concentration, emotional instability, and a decrease of intelligence,” according to Anthony Wayne and Lawrence Newell, The Proven Dangers of Microwaves. It goes without saying that ray machines, or broadcast, lacking electron flow and relevant electric fields, cannot bring about ATP synthesis, but can do considerable irreversible harm that is not immediately apparent to the casual observer. End of argument.
Current at audio frequency, (as opposed to carrier wave frequencies used in broadcast machines), induces a reaction sequence or cascade of beneficial effects. Some of these effects are easily observable in the living blood via darkfield, and phase-contast microscopes. Thus, JWLABS Model A, can accomplish considerably more than merely devitalize microbes. The ECC model gives us a glimpse into the workings of some of these effects.
It should be pointed out that the mortal spectrum for micro-organisms is a repeating phenomenon. Rife was first to observe that micro-organisms could be illuminated under certain colors, or frequencies of light. Color was not enough to kill pathogens. Down the spectrum, where the physical impact is more potent, the corresponding frequencies are effective. This is an almost identical effect as seen in the microwave range, the radio range, the audio and sub-audio range. The latter two of which may be better described as the electrocution range for bacteria, viruses and other infective agents. These ranges of mortal frequency also happen to coincide with the frequencies that are responsible for the removal of crystals, fibroblasts, calcification, etc. There is a profound immunostimulus, including the revitalization, redistribution and reactivation of leukocytes. Cell recovery, as in Gangrene, MS and degenerative disorders are also carried out by use of these audio numbers.
The ECC model incidentally demonstrates the inherent conductivity of cells and cell membranes. The lower audio frequencies require far less energy to accomplish the same work. Half the energy is needed at 20 Hz as would be needed at 2000 Hz, in practical application.
The amount of energy needed at 1 MHz, (one million cycles per sec.) is significant enough that there is real doubt as to its safety. In Rife Ray applications, or broadcast, the dangers and detrimental effects are further amplified by ambient frequencies from media transmissions of telephonic and other radio and microwave signals, or what we call overcast. This creates an unknown harmonic, generally in microwave, which increases the danger exponentially. Current at audio frequencies has no such danger potential.
— John Wright