chicken health update (Rife machine treatment) : LUSENET : Countryside : One Thread

A few weeks ago I asked a question about my chickens. They were listless, skinny, weak etc. It seemed the concensus was coccidia. I treated them with a sulpha drug, recommended for coccidia, for about two weeks and there was no noticable improvement. In fact we lost a total of 10 birds over a period of about a month.

I did some more homework and decided to use the rife machine on them. I ran a sequence of frequencies for parasites, including giardia, flukes, coccidia, and roundworms. That was last weekend.

I'm very happy to report the birds are coming around. Much more lively, interested in food and active. Their poop is becoming more turdlike, rather that runny. I'll be running the same frequencies again this weekend and will continue to run them monthly from now on just as a preventative. So far, so good. Thanks all for the advice.

-- john leake (, February 24, 2001


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Please explain how you use a rife machine on a chicken. Does it sit still for it?

Also, is this one of your making or did you purchase the machine?

-- R. (, February 24, 2001.

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John, What is a rife machine? Daryll

-- Daryll (, February 24, 2001.

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Rife technology was developed in the 1920s-1930 by Dr Raymond Rife. It operates on the principal that everything has a resonant frequency and all living organism have a MOR or mortal oscilatory resonance. An example of that is the opera singer breaking a chrystal glass with her voice. I have a video tape showing the dissintegration of a bacteria exposed to its MOR.

There are at least two types of Rife machines that I know of. One uses "pads" that are placed on the body of the subject in the place appropriate for treatment of the particular ailment then the machine is tuned to the appropriate frequency which is determined by an accurate diagnosis and a large frequency list that has been determined by independent researchers. The subject experiences a slight sustained electrical "shock" thats noticably different as the frequencies are changed.

Another type is the kind I have. Its commonly called a "Rife-Bare" machine. The bare refers to Dr William? Bare, a rediscoverer of the technology. It uses a plasma tube(kinda like a neon lite filled with a blend of noble gasses). The gasses are "excited" by exposure to a square radio wave oscilating at a specific frequency. Again the frequency is determined by accurate diagnosis and the appropriate frequency selected from a frequency list. I selected this type of machine over the pad device because all thats needed is to be within effective range (6-30') of the machine and no bodily contact is necessary. That being the case the whole flock was treated at the same time. The flu that was going around last year would hit you like a freight train, with chills, fever, lingering cough, congestion etc. One treatment with the machine stopped the flu in its tracks. In 24 hours there were NO symptoms of the flu.

It can be used for a wide range of problems, from getting rid of molds to getting rid of cancer. Read the book "The Cancer Cure that Worked: 50 years of suppression" by Barry Lynes.

When the technology was originally developed by Dr Rife there were numerous clinical tests conducted under the careful observation of several MDs and other scientists. One in particular involved 16 terminal cases of cancer. When treated with the Rife machine there were 14 complete cures within 12 weeks and the remaining 2 were cured within another twelve weeks. This was widely publicised at the time.

This is one of those suppressed technologies. From what I understand it is legal to own one and to use it for experimentation and on oneself. It is not legal to sell its services or to make money from it.

The reason we bought ours, after alot of web-based homework, is as an "insurance" policy against illness and numerous other homestead applications. Some people call it electro-herbalism. I bought my machine in kit form from Rife Technology in Canada however there is a book available that will tell you how to do it yourself for less money. All of the components are available off-the-shelf.

Do a web search for "rife technology" or "cancer, rife technology". You'll find alot of info with a bunch of links to various sites.

Its a fascinating subject and theres alot of dedicated "lay" researchers who are developing treatment protocalls etc.

-- john leake (, February 24, 2001.

Was the rife machine difficult to put together from a kit? I have thought of buying one, but the machines already assembled are rather pricey and I don't know if I have the technological knowhow to put one together.

-- R. (, February 24, 2001.

R: No, it wasn't especially hard to put together. It was basically a wiring job with all the wires pre-cut and readied for assembly. Mine was the first "kit" they sold and consequently came with NO instructions. I supplied them with a simple wiring diagram for later use for future customers but I don't know if they use it or even if they actually offer kits. I told them when I ordered that I wanted all the components to build a functional machine and asked if they offered kits. She told me they were considering it and I kinda talked them into it.

I had the same reservations as you as I'm a techno-klutz. After reading the book and a couple of phone calls to Canada I had it together in about four hours. I have to say, I was disappointed in the lack of assembly documentation but pleased with the technical support on the phone. I figure I saved about $600 by assembling it myself but it still wasn't cheap. I'd suggest you get the book by Dr. Bare which tells you how to do it yourself from scratch so to speak and take it from there. sells it for $25. If you get into the rife network theres a web site that offers used components and I even saw one on e-bay.

The book is at least helpful for background but for myself anyway I wouldn't attempt building it from scratch. Thats why I went the kit route. We've had the machine for a couple years now and am generally pleased with it. Would I do it again? Yes!

Stay in touch and let me know how it works out. If I can help let me know.

-- john leake (, February 24, 2001.

Thanks for the info. I certainly will get in touch in the future if I need help. I'll look into that book. The technology has interested me for several months now. I would like to get a machine and learn how to use it before any major illnesses, so as to be prepared.

-- R. (, February 25, 2001.

Is the book you are referring to by Barry Lynes, The Cancer Cure That Worked? That is the one I found on the site.

-- R. (, February 25, 2001.

R: The book by Barry Lynes gives a pretty thorough history of the Rife technology. The other book I referred to is "Resonant Frequency Therapy: Building a Resonant Frequency device" by James Bare. If the book is not listed try e-mailing them. I'm sure they'll be able to refer you.

-- john leake (, February 25, 2001.

Hey R: I just revisited the site Try clicking in the James Bare link. It goes into some detail about the process and at least mentions the book. Again. I'm sure if you e-mail them they'll be able to direct you to a source for the book by Doc Bare. Good luck.

BTW, I was reminded by the visit that Rife Technology has a trade-in, trade-up program. Its mentioned on the site. That might be a good source for a used machine for hopefully alot less money.

Their site has been up dated since I was last there over a year ago and there's lotsa new stuff. Check out the frequency lists. A HUGE amount of info there.

-- john leake (, February 26, 2001.

Thank you for the info. I will take a look.

-- R. (, February 26, 2001.

John Leake, the way you describe the Rife this possibly the same contraption used by Dr. Frankenstein in his laboratory?

-- Laura (, February 27, 2001.

How perceptive of you Laura----and I thot my secret was safe!

-- john leake (, February 27, 2001.

I found this thread very interesting. I've always believed that illness can be cured by changing the vibrational energy in our bodies but I didn't realize that someone had created a machine to do that. I'm going to the website to check it out.

-- Colleen (, February 28, 2001.

OK.... the new lady with the biggest mouth in the states (I'm really NOT a know-it-all - just got lucky here.... beginner's luck lol)

I've never even heard of a Rife machine. What is it? What does it do? How does it work? It sounds INCREDIBLY interesting!!!!!!

-- Sue Diederich (, February 28, 2001.

Sue et al: I guess I forgot to mention what a machine consists of.

Mine has a programable frequency generator, 200 watt linear amp, power supply, plasma tube and a CB radio. The CB is used as a square wave generator. Square waves as opposed to sine waves are essential for the proper effectiveness. Any other questions feel free to e-mail me as this thread doesn't have much longer to live.

-- john leake (, February 28, 2001.

Good Thing my Granna never had such a thing. Don't know my Granny ever baby sit a chick. Mostly they appeared on the Sunday Dinner Table. Guess what, a three fold generation has never expired from a chicken dinner. Been giving some think, lately, about the mortality rate and the general illnesses of the Amish. Think I will do some research on those who survive without airplanes, auto's and the man made chemical answer to everything from roaches to mole crickets. It could be intersing to say the least.

-- My Story (, March 03, 2001.

Interesting, What can I say?

-- My Story (, March 03, 2001.

What a fascinating thread. I run a clinic in the UK using a device similar to a Rife machine, 'invented' (I'm not so sure totally originaslly now!) by a UK scientist, Dr Harry Oldfield. I have treated HUNDREDS of patients, from sprained ankles to Multiple Sclerosis, restoring hearing to accelerating post-operative recovery. I have had one complete cure with cancer of the oesophagus (daily treatment) but failed with 3 other cancer patients - but only treated them weekly. I have treated animals and plants (unofficially). A ficus plant that stands in the home of one of my home-visit elderly patients, about 6 feet away from her, grows at the rate of 1.5 inches per week. This sort of treatment should be available to the public, preferably at low or zero cost to them, and should be recognised by medical insurance companies! For further information, case histories and press reports please refer to my web site Best Wishes, Alan

-- alan ratcliff (, December 28, 2001.

Tho I wouldn't presume to knock more complex units, I'm using a "poorman's" tube device (diagram at which is a perfect example of the KISS (Keep It Simple)Principle. I'm a fumble- fingered klutz. If I put one together, practically anyone can. Frequencies run on it OK and it works. Del Crow

-- Del Crow (, January 26, 2002.

I am fasinated by rife and his work. I am looking at trying to get one of his machines for personal use. I have read Mr. Lynes bookas well as Fred Farleys book on Rife. I also have one of Hulda Clarks books which is interesting. I found out that she went to McGill University, which is where one of the Dr.'s that worked with Rife resided for several years, so I am fairly sure they had some interesting conversations about the technology. Has anyone here read Dr. Robert O. Beckers books? Or Dr. Hans Neiper? Both are very interesting doctors with well written books. Becker has "The Body Electric" and "Cross Currents" it goes into electricity and it's effect on the body, especially about regeneration. Dr. Neiper has"The Curious Man:An Autobiography" whish is very good as well as "Dr. Neiper's revolution in Medicine, technology and society", this goes into a variety of things including Tachyon energy conversion and the Priorie machine.

-- jason nelson (, February 04, 2002.

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