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Beam Ray - Rife Machine

Rife Machine

The Beam Ray Rife Machine is one of the most advanced frequency generators designed to deliver specific frequencies to either obliterate pathogens or rehabilitate the cellular matrix. It was developed from the technology of Royal Raymond Rife who developed a powerful light microscope to view microbes. Once the microbes could be observed, he used a high powered frequency generator to see how the microbes would react when subjected to specific resonant frequencies. Rife’s observations under the microscope showed that the microbes would completely be destroyed when exposed to certain frequencies. Similarly to how an opera singer can shatter glass with their voice, the pathogens are destroyed by the frequencies. The Beam Ray hosts hundreds of different programs for many applications such as programs with frequencies to aid in specific organ function, systemic acidosis, or pathogen elimination. The Beam Ray is equipped with two plasma light bulbs consisting of argon gas on a stand connected to a computer with a Rife frequency generator. This cyan light is acting as a delivery system for specific Rife Frequencies needed to rehabilitate a specific part of the body or to precisely eliminate pathogens. It is a proven effective, safe, and non-invasive modality to elevate one’s health.

Exploring the history of the Beam Ray Rife Machine

The Beam Ray Rife Machine, a device rooted in the unconventional theories of American scientist Royal Raymond Rife, continues to spark debate and curiosity in the medical community and among those seeking alternative cancer treatments. Invented in the early 20th century, the Rife Machine operates on the premise that emitting energy similar to radio waves can target and eliminate diseased cells, particularly cancerous ones.

Rife’s innovation was a progression from the work of Dr. Albert Abrams, who posited that every disease resonates with a unique electromagnetic frequency. This theory, sometimes referred to as radionics, suggested that matching the electromagnetic frequency of a diseased cell could effectively destroy it without harming healthy cells. The Rife Machine, therefore, was designed to emit these frequencies, aiming to treat conditions ranging from cancer to Lyme disease and AIDS.

The underlying concept of the Rife Machine revolves around the belief that various elements in the body, including viruses, bacteria, and cancer cells, emit distinct electrical impulses. Rife’s hypothesis was that these entities within tumors had specific electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) which, if accurately targeted, could lead to their destruction. He developed a specialized microscope purported to detect these EMFs through the color of the microbe’s aura and, subsequently, the Rife Frequency Generator in the 1930s. This device was claimed to produce low-energy radio waves that resonated with the frequencies of cancer-causing microbes, theoretically leading to their disintegration – a process Rife named the mortal oscillatory rate.

Despite Rife’s assertions, his theories were met with skepticism and lacked empirical evidence. It wasn’t until the 1980s, following the publication of Barry Lynes’ book, that interest in the Rife Machine was reignited. Lynes accused entities like the American Medical Association (AMA) and government agencies of suppressing information about the Rife Machine, a claim that, despite lacking scientific validation, garnered a following.

In recent years, the scientific community has shown interest in the potential of radiofrequency EMFs in cancer treatment. Early research suggests that low-frequency electromagnetic waves might affect tumors while sparing healthy cells. However, these studies are still in preliminary stages and have not involved human subjects.

Regarding safety, the use of Rife Machines is not associated with significant health risks, primarily due to the low frequency of the waves they emit, which is even lower than that of cell phones.

In conclusion, while the Beam Ray Rife Machine represents a fascinating chapter in the history of alternative medical treatments. As the medical community continues to explore the role of electromagnetic frequencies in cancer therapy, the legacy of Royal Raymond Rife’s invention continues to intrigue and challenge the boundaries of conventional medical science.

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