It must be scientifically sound in its design and empirically safe for home use. Ideally the device is user-friendly, providing a practical solution for numerous health concerns to even the novice user.
A Rife machine is not supposed to be dangerous or harmful during normal use. Broadcast, or “ray machines”, violate this basic safety rule.
Early Rife Testing
Rife technology of the 1930’s was, by modern standards, almost unimaginably arcane; an outgrowth of Rife’s landmark discoveries using his own unique microscopical hardware. We have far surpassed Rife’s tuning capability which was very coarse by our standards. Electrode contacts were crude, and Rife learned quickly that the power of direct energy was too potent for him to demonstrate his theory. Thus, he devised the broadcast type unit. Indirect contact with the microscope permitted him to hone in on what he called the MOR of various microbes.
By observing living microorganisms while he destroyed them with frequency specific energy under the microscope, a major part of the mystery of Rife technology therapy was revealed. But that was not the whole picture. For more information about this, see the document provided to us from the DOD.
Upon learning that direct application of electric current did not work with his microscope, Rife developed the “broadcast-type” device, which proved more effective in verifying his theory. This was part of his genius; when something he needed did not exist, he invented it.
There were already many frequency devices in use when Rife came on the scene. He endeavored to distinguish himself from these devices; indeed, he could not raise funds for his work by espousing devices which were previously patented.
His strategy was to produce special machines for use in a clinical setting. For this he chose a method of application that relied on radio energy, transmitting the correct frequencies to the subject — a method that had worked well enough on glass slides under the microscope. He was unaware of the inherent risk of continued exposure to these high frequencies.
For a brief time it was thought, even by the mainstream populace, that this was the cure for all diseases, and Royal Rife was celebrated as a savior for the afflicted.
To this day, many hundreds of thousands of people have seen or experienced the results achievable with a modern Rife Machine. Most of them do not use the radio frequency methods made famous by Royal Rife.
Among those who do employ radio frequencies, few recognize that this method, while ideal for working with Rife’s microscope, is the least efficient way of delivering frequencies to the body. Not to mention the potential adverse long term effects.
The real technology today employs electronics and experience far beyond anything Rife ever imagined. It’s the result of many experimenters, scientists and engineers spanning decades.
At this point, the established and most advanced devices have the advantage. A long history of constant feedback from users gives manufacturers like JWLABS a better perspective, a better product, and a mature, responsible outlook.
Dr. Rife was far ahead of his time. He could not have known that it would take generations of work before his dream of a universally effective device would become a real and achievable goal.
Little of his original technology survives. It has all been replaced by better, more effective Rife technology hardware. His name and the principles he discovered remain, however, as a legacy and a tribute to a great 20th century American scientist and pioneer.