Reviewed and edited by Don Tunney who removed the nose scratching and garbly goop. [:>]
Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Don Tunney, and this is my speech. (Lots of laughter as Don holds up a few pages of paper). The long version is on the tape, two hours. This is 4 minutes.
Okay, this is a bit of a story. I don't know how it really all came about because my life, the way it was 2 years ago, had no involvement at all with Royal Raymond Rife, and a friend of mine said to me, "You know, I've got this book by Barry Lynes that had a story about a doctor who could apparently cure cancer and other ailments using radio technology."
In those days, web browsers weren't out yet so we didn't have all the fancy pictures, so we had to do a lot of LINUX and UNIX database searching. I started inquiring because I have quite a history of friends being lost to cancer. Particularly people that were close to me, like my mother. I always was dismayed that we could put a man on the moon in ten years but we still couldn't do anything with cancer. I found information that said to me that there had to be something to Rife technology.
But we still didn't know how to build it. A friend of mine, Batyah, said to me she was quite sick. She thought she had a cyst on her right breast. I said to her that I thought it was cancer and she should go to the doctor. It turned out that it was cancer.
What transpired from there totally changed my life because I said to Batyah, "Just so that you know, if whatever she's using does not work on your cancer, I think there is something else out there that could be done about it", and that I would do it for her. Little did I know that she would take me up on that. In March of 1996 I acquired a manual from Dr. Bare. I kept reading it until I had it all envisioned in my mind how this device was put together. I still hadn't got the answer to my question out of Batyah until May when she said "Don, whatever it is, it's killing me, so would you build this machine?"
Through the graciousness of the community we collected the money for the equipment. Jim Bare donated some stuff and next thing I know we had all these components in front of me and I had to put them together, and I did, and it was done between midnight and 3 AM of June 12th. Then Jim phoned me up and saying - before I turn the switch on he'd like to tell me how to do it, and we got it going, and Batyah arrived in the afternoon.
I was really afraid. We didn't know what this machine was going to do. I had (frequency) signals flying all over the place. I couldn't hold a frequency (stable) on the generator. If I put it on a cancer frequency it was doing (because of instability or the signal) everything from herpes to - well, you name it. It'd be moving 300 or 400 cycles per second. There were not any exact numbers that were even possible to obtain. (This device was one of the first ones in existence and the problems no longer exist.)
We put her in front of the machine and she was quite weak. Batyah hobbled into my apartment and we sat her down. She just about fell out of the chair. I ran Jim Bare's suggested frequencies. We didn't have a whole lot to go on in those days. 2128 was the big one that we used, and we used 304 and all the other frequencies that everybody knows about today. The person who brought her in took her home. I said "You'd better come up again tomorrow." When she arrived, I thought "Oh, my God, there's nothing left of her - she's going to be dead by tonight." Batyah by this time, had seen a medical doctor, and quit taking her examinations after they found cancer in 6 places in her body. She was down to 70 pounds.
Along comes the second day for the zap, and of course we didn't know about Herxheimer reaction or kill-off in those days. We sort of knew a little bit about it, but not near what we know today. There was not very much left of her, in fact, we had to prop her up in the chair. She couldn't hold herself up, and we ran the machine, and I said "We won't do the next session". I had to come up with that name ("session") for it and we have never said "cure" or "treat" to this day.
What transpired from this point on has created the most part of this crowd here. The gentleman in the back corner probably created the other part of it, that's Jim Bare.
Two or three days later, Batyah phones me. This was a lady that was bedridden for 20 hours a day and couldn't stay awake, was suddenly up for 20 hours a day and her energy levels were up and she was up walking around and she was feeling better.
This is an earlier part to this story. I had said "Batyah, if we build this machine, and if it's a fake, or its quackery, I'm going to put it out on the Internet." "But if it sort of works, I'll put it out there too, and if it really works out there we'll really put it out there." "What I want from you, Batyah, is to get an official diagnosis so we know what the hell we're working with." She did, and gave her permission for us to put it up on the Internet. But I didn't realize that people who are really ill, like Batyah was, don't think like normal (healthy) people. Batyah soon reneged about wanting to put (her story) the information on the Internet. And I said, "Okay, but we're committed and because I said we were going to do another article, will you let me express my opinion?" And reluctantly she said yes. (Batyah wanted/needed privacy and she did not want to imply to anyone that she was "cured".)
What happened over the next 6 weeks, just amazed me. Batyah's father is a medical doctor for 55 years (then retired). When we talked, he said, "This thing that you're doing for her has given her more hope that I could." I said, "How long do you think Batyah has got to live? He said, "Maybe July - August."
Well, July and August came. This woman wasn't going to die. We knew that. She had changed. She went all over the country. She was in Vancouver doing a workshop on self-growth, that sort of stuff, and I just couldn't really understand why she was getting and feeling better (she did not go through a major detox). I was really encouraged by it, until we hit about the 6 or 8 week mark, when, at that point, everything that we had achieved seemed to go backwards.
She reported to me (during her first 6 weeks) that although her 4 lymph nodes had gone down, from the size of golf balls and she was now down to one (swollen lymph node) and her breast had actually recovered the nipple again and she could identify it as a nipple instead of a piece of cancer ... that nothing seemed to get better with her at this point in time. She slowly started to go downhill.
I had built a machine for Batyah so she didn't have to travel. We put it in her apartment. She started to look after herself, having a friend come over and run frequencies for her.
In the latter part of September, Batyah asked me what should be done because she felt that she didn't have much longer to live. Nothing was working for her using the frequencies that we had used.
I went into the Rife information that I had, and I found some article that was written by Dr. David Tumey that quoted Rife had allegedly said the cancer frequencies for carcinoma were 2100 cycles per second to 2200. At that point I said "Well, let's shoot for the other frequencies, because it can't be just 2128 if Rife would say it was between these numbers, there's another 99 frequencies in there that maybe are relevant to cancer".
I said we'll do a thing, I call a "scan", and we'll start out and go up by increments of 10. I said, run these for three minutes apiece. That was 13 settings at 3 minutes, for almost 40 minutes of cancer (frequencies), and I said "Run it again tomorrow." Batyah did, and nothing had happened.
So she ran it again, and then something happened. We know today that it was the Herxheimer reaction, because every part of her body went into total pain. She couldn't move. She was bed-ridden. She was in total discomfort, and at that point I really had regrets being involved with her because I couldn't help her.
I couldn't tell her what to do. I didn't know what to do, but fortunately, she had one heck of a great support group around her. One of those people was a medical doctor, one was a naturopathic doctor, and there was some holistic people as well. And what they did is help her detox, and it took approximately 3 weeks. I went to see her before the detox was completed. It looked like there was absolutely no progress being made. I went to see her on a weekend and said goodbye to her, because I thought that within the next day or two she would pass away.
Some of the family were there to see her. I was grieving in my own way (expecting her to die). I came home and two days later, I get a phone call from Batyah and just like the time before - she'd come alive again.
The story from here on in is that Batyah had all this extra energy. She really had a zest for life. She went on to do things that she shouldn't do, like walk fast, bumped her lower spinal area. Her sciatica area was eaten up and Dr. Bare had warned her that she had to be very careful. She shouldn't lift and if she ever cracked it, the pain would absolutely be excruciating.
Batyah had hurt herself a couple of times already. When she was feeling peppy the first time, and that sort of slowed her down, but this second time, for some reason, the pain was much more manageable. She had to sort of sit on a cushion, but other than that she got along really well! But she was still required to take some morphine, and what happens with morphine, when you start taking it, you don't think very clear. She started to do risky things again, and hurt herself again.
But she did a "no-no". When she got through the Herxheimer reaction she said, "My cancer is dead", we said, "Well, maybe it is, maybe it isn't. What you do is get yourself checked out." She refused to do that and she quit taking the Rife frequencies for cancer, the Rife-Bare frequencies. For the next three months, she was doing just super.
In January, she started feeling rotten, and within two weeks had a medical examination. Another tumor grew behind the brain and she started to lose vision in her left eye. Dr. Bare and myself and others urged her never to quit the cancer frequencies. It was a learning experience, and I'll get into this later on, where it fits in with the other two dozen terminal cancer people that we worked with in the group.
When Batyah had her support staff and friends around this (the working Rife-Bare device), I was reluctant to take the responsibility or the liability that could go with it, so I made everybody sign a waiver, and that included Batyah.
These people were there, observing, or watching what was going to happen to her. I didn't realize something was going to happen to them. The first lady's is Kassandra, from North Vancouver, in her 50's, gracious gal she is, and she was sicker than a dog the first two times that we ran the equipment. I didn't know what was going on, and the third time that we ran, she went to lay down, and when she got up she said, "You know, I'm feeling pretty good." I said I didn't know there was anything wrong, she said "Aw, I've just been feeling rotten these last couple of days since you've been here running the machine." It turned out she had a long history of Fibromyalgia. I didn't know the word in those days.
(Later that day) I'm driving back home and here comes this little white Volkswagen. Now everything's in kilometers in Canada - I was already speeding to get back, doing about 130k on the divided highway, and along came Kassandra, with the window down on her car, and she had this scarf around her life Snoopy. She went by me with a big grin on her face. Talking with her, afterward, we realized that something had cleared in her system. She was suddenly almost totally pain-free for the first time in years. Her energy just skyrocketed and she went back home and she literally scrubbed her three floors down from top to bottom. She phoned me on the fifth day and said "You know what, I'll never scrub my apartment again, because I just about killed myself. I had all this energy and I didn't know what to do with it!
What we found out was something that was very common with people that sit through this process - high energy boost. When anybody ever goes through that, what we say to them, "When you get that feeling, don't waste it (the energy), don't go jogging, don't clean your house, don't wash the car, use it for healing, because it's really important."
I said to a friend of mine who I knew had Fibromyalgia. I said, "Kassandra did really well, do you want to come down try this thing out?" She said, "Well, ok." She knew about Rife, and had seen our machine, and she said she would come down. And, you know what? She got better. Took her a little bit longer, it was almost three weeks before she stared to make some headway. She had more energy, she was thinking clearer, she was more grounded than she'd ever been in her life.
I had another friend Lynn, who I knew had Fibromyalgia. I said, "Think you might try this thing out?" Lynn is here today with us. Lynn's history is 15 years with Fibromyalgia. She's finally got her life back, and every now and again she shows up at a session for a booster. She doesn't have to come the way she originally did for the first two months (she has progressively cut back on her attendance). She just needed a little boost every now and again.
This information started to go out on the Internet. I didn't really know why this thing was working. I still don't, and I want to add, because I don't know what's happening with it. In Western Australia when there's some kind of a virus - how they deal with it is that the locals go down to someplace where's there's an electric fence, and they grab this thing and zap themselves. Doing this apparently it kills whatever bugs they have. So, I said, "That's electricity."
Now we know that you can paint a room and the color will have influence on (people) whether they are kids or adults. So the color's (from the plasma tube) are influencing it.
I hear today that the frequencies are influencing it.
I hear that the electromagnetic field is influencing it.
So what the heck is going on with Rife technology?
And this is where you guys are going to be able to figure this thing out. Right now, we have a car that we can all drive. We just don't know why the pistons go up and down. All you physicists in here next year, hopefully, you can give us some answers. Once you have those answers, I think you'll see the scientific side of the world having more acceptance to the technology - they want to know why it works.
So, we have Lynn, Holly, and Kassandra with Fibromyalgia, all doing better. Now, the word gets out when people start feeling better and something is happening in Courtenay.
Next thing we know, we have to rent a warehouse to seat the people. We were getting like 30 volunteers out. I was running three sessions a day, five days a week, and I was getting kind of burnt out. We weren't really doing much for record keeping in those days. It was still just me but I was still watching, and wanted to see what would happen.
You know, they say there's no magic bullet, but this - this may not be magic. It (Rife-Bare technology) may be just something that has a scientific principal. It sure changes a lot. I'm going to tell you about some of the things that's happened with over 400 volunteers who have gone through the program since (June 12, 1996 when Batyah was the first).
First thing is myself. I've been in front of this machine in excess of 800 hours. I used to be the most miserable toughest son-of-a gun in the world - but what I didn't realize that I had a bit of a heart. That really hurt in a way. It took a few months to get used to that, because, what was happening when I used the Rife machine, it was influencing my emotions. I'd be going home, and I'd be crying, I'd sit on the can and I'd cry - I didn't know why. I wouldn't cry for anything, cut my hand off, I wouldn't cry. I realized, something else is going on, so I said "Anybody in here having this problem?" Well, a few hands came up, so I said, "well, write me a story on it." So then we started to get some reports.
We've had some just amazing things what I call anomalies. These have nothing to do with the physical health of an individual. The emotional health may be connected in some way. What we're finding out is people become more grounded (when using the Rife-Bare device) than they've ever been in their lives.
Being around the technology, and you don't have to feel it to experience it. One man who's here with us today - I won't say who he is - but after six months, he had to deal with his anger. It comes up. If you hate something, it will come out. It you love something, it will come out. If you've suppressed anything, it will come out.
And if you're in a partnership or a relationship, you're going to have a war on, (some relationships became stronger), if you're both going through Rife. We have people attending group sessions come as a couple, and they sit beside each other, and they're really nice, and I say to them "Well, Okay, but you've got to watch out for this emotional thing, because you're going to be depressed." Everybody gets through this tunnel - this anger goes away. The depression goes away, and pretty soon, you think better, clearer than you ever have before. These are gifts from Rife technology. You can think straighter than you ever have in your life, and you have more energy to do it. These are anomalies.
There's a single lady and I was a single guy, and I saw these "signals" going on between us and I thought "Well, Okay, I'm just being a single guy." I was sort of attracted there too. Being adults we decided to talk about it before doing anything about it, which was really good. We found out that there was a rise of libido with this lady. (To follow this through) I said one night in the group, "You know, we talk about fluffing and all that sort of stuff, so can we talk about sex and libido", and the group said yes. We do everything by consensus.
I said "Well, has anybody experienced a rise in libido?" One lady who had told me, had to put up her hand as I was looking right at her. When her hand went up, another hand, and another hand came up, and there was about four hands come up out of eight ladies. I thought, "Wow, we got something we can make money on here!"
This is interesting. We'd run the same frequencies and we added a couple here and a couple there (to accommodate new volunteers with their particular problems.) They're the same basic frequencies we started from. It's not hidden information or anything like that. The idea of this whole thing is to share - we'll tell you anything. Even those machines we're building, you can ask us how we do it and we'll tell you. We will share what we're doing and learn and get a little better.
We've always run these (in the group) frequencies. I can't tell you what works for Fibromyalgia. Maybe its only one of these frequencies, or maybe it's a combination of all (of these frequencies). The disadvantage we have with group work is that we can't single it out (what the effective frequencies are). We try to get into a very sophisticated statistical analysis where, everybody fills out a sheet once a day, and they click the numbers off in the 57 squares. That hasn't been analyzed yet. We will know who appeared in what sessions and what frequencies were run, where they were sitting in the hall, and all these different things that come into play with what's happening with with the Rife-Bare device. We've got a lot to learn.
My regrets are, now that I'm so involved with this, as others are, is that there's people out there sitting with this stuff in their back pocket that won't release it to rest of us. We have to reinvent. I hope they realize that if they give us this information, we're not going to have to redesign the wheel. There's a lot of people out there gonna benefit. I don't think anybody should have to die unnecessarily. I'm not saying the Rife thing is going to cure anybody, but you will certainly have a better quality of life.
Talking about life, I said that we had something like 24 cancer volunteers who came into the group. I kept the number down because I don't know how to handle it. What happens with terminal people is most of them were folks that had already been chemo'd and radiated. There was a couple of volunteers who were not, but their cancer was so far advanced that there really wasn't much that I could do.
With terminal illness seems to come another illness in its own, it's an emotional illness that is like a hidden death wish.
I'm not coming from a place of criticism. I coming from a place of observation. By observing something can be done about it. What's happened is that certain individuals will literally sabotage their program. We couldn't offer advice. I'd have to say to folks - if it was me, this is what I would be doing if I were you. That meant that the obligation was on the person taking that information, and how they were going to use it. Some of the stuff was basic and elementary. They would not make an effort to do it.
And of course, they were passing away. What happened is I was getting (emotionally) closer with these people, and I was hurting (because they were not putting as much effort into getting better as I was in working with them). The volunteer project, as we know it today, does not work. We do not have any control over the volunteers. We don't have any medical professionals involved giving some guidance to these people. They (volunteers) listen to these (medical) people. Like they're gods, and there's some hope, and this is where the medical profession can come in because they've got the best tool they've ever had in their lives, sitting here with the Rife technology.
They're (medical professionals) are not dealing with beat-up immune systems. As soon as you start using Rife, it does a kill-off there. Within a few days it (the immune system) starts building back. If you're using chemo, it takes a long time to rebuild up an immune system. (Rife devices can be used without destruction to the immune system.)
If somebody starts coming down with a cold or the flu, we zap. You don't get a cold and you don't get the flu. I've tried it (for colds and flu) with and without (Rife). I test myself on a lot of stuff before any of the volunteer groups see it. If I feel a cold coming on (I use the Rife/Bare device).
Two Thursdays ago I felt I had a cold coming on. I didn't Rife it this time and I tried something else. There's more than one thing that will work. We also advocate a lot of use of colloidal silver for example. Some of our cancer people were dying of pneumonia. The reason they were dying of pneumonia was because they had so much (conventional) antibiotics in their system that their systems couldn't handle any more (when they needed it). Nothing (conventional) would work for them, and they would die.
I had one individual who came up from California, by way of the Philipines, diagnosed with terminal cancer. He had two to three weeks to live. It was in his lungs and tumors on his liver and pancreas. His family supported him up here for six weeks. Just a wonderful bunch of folks. This individual had CAT scans before he came up. He had no chemo, no radiation, and no drugs, only Rife-Bare. After the six weeks (with our group) the agreement with his family was that he get another CAT scan run on him. He went back and they had it done at a different hospital. They're paying cash now, and found out when the radiologist read the report, and compared it to the first report, which took them two days to get an answer because they (hospital) couldn't understand what had happened. This man was receiving no treatment. His family didn't tell the hospital about Rife. They know he had no prescriptions, no chemo, no radiation. We have at the the X-rays and CAT scans which the family donated to us to show anybody who can read the things. There was a 50% overall reduction of tumor mass (after using the Rife-Bare).
We knew that he had a history of pneumonia. I suggested he take a look at using colloidal silver. You cannot take too much of it if its made properly. You will not go ashen gray, you can drink it by the gallon. It'll do plenty of things to you when you do that, but it has a distinct advantages that will never knock your immune system down (and you will never become intolerant to it).
It made sense to me that he (my Philipine volunteer) use something like that, but he didn't. He had a hidden death wish, and his family talked to me about it. "You know, he doesn't want to live." I said "Yeah, he doesn't". Perhaps with some people it is their time and maybe that's got to be honored and respected.
Of the over 400 people that we've had (as volunteers), about 100 of them have been observers. We invite people to come to the group, sit in and just experience and see how we do it. Of the remaining 300, about another 100 of those are people who've stayed with the group sessions from anywhere from one to three or four sessions, got a reaction, and did not return. (They felt that the device was making them worse when actually the effect they were experiencing was due to the kill off of their ailment). People do not hear what you say - and what we say when they attend our sessions is that you're going to get a reaction. You're going to get something killing off in your body.
I don't know exactly what that is because we don't do blood work. What you have to do is learn how to detox. Until you learn how to detox, if you've got a lot of tumor, you're going to have some pretty major reactions. If you don't have a lot of stuff to kill off, perhaps something like Candida Albicans, you're just going to feel flu-like conditions, nausea, chills, fever, stiff muscles. (Batyah did not experience a lot of detox initially. Perhaps this is due to the lack of effectiveness of the original device. I know it was not as effective as newer models are now.)
A lot of people were coming (to our group), and they wouldn't hear the words. And because they were (later) feeling rotten, they said "It's not working." And they wouldn't come back and tell us (what was happening with them). That's some of the things that happen when you're dealing with volunteers. The beautiful thing is, because it wasn't structured, we had the ability to see things that weren't built into the system - we could see how people reacted.
The other observation I had is, because they didn't pay anything for it, they had no value on it. That floored me, but that is human nature. So, now, maybe that justifies why somebody can charge $5000 a week, because people will believe in their work. The psychology of things too is something to think about.
Of the remaining 200 (volunteers), we had a phenomenal amount of positive reports come in on people who had things such as arthritis. However very slow progression with steady improvement as long as they're using Rife.
People with rheumatoid arthritis have a real tough time with Rife. By the time they're in this state, they're already in so much pain that they can't handle the detox. We had one lady who loaned us the use of her metal warehouse. We'd just come out of a metal place. I sort of thought metal buildings were best for this work.
She attended the first session, and when she hit the second and the third session, she decided to that she was going to stay upstairs until she got through the detox. She was feeling kind of rough and had a lot more pain, and very little mobility. Her lymphatic system wasn't working very well, and she wasn't clearing a lot of stuff through.
So here we are downstairs, twice a week (two times a night), running the Rife device and she's slowly getting worse. I'd forgotten that Jim said this thing goes though lead, concrete (and so on). What had happened is we were shooting the signal about 30 - 35 feet away, through a 3/4 inch gyp-rock fire protection, through a floor made of light concrete, through about four inch wood sub-floor, up through the carpets, and nailing her.
She couldn't detox because we kept killing it off (faster than she could get rid of it) because we were still running the same frequencies down below. I got a call from her one day, saying, "I can't take any more. You guys being downstairs, I'm pretty sure I can feel the effects of the device upstairs." Some people can actually feel the Rife device or the effects of it while others don't.
I had some really wonderful things happen, and some sadness attached to it as well. I want to tell you the story of Bill.
Sharlene spent about six months with her dad trying to convince him that he might have something different than Alzheimer's. She convinced her father to spend a couple of weeks over here, and he sat in on our group sessions.
Bill couldn't walk any longer than 100 feet at one time. He was dragging his left foot, he was totally numb on his left side, you could pinch him and he couldn't feel it. His left side of his face was the same way, and he was really having a problem with memory and his pain was awesome.
Though Mike Graham, we had some frequencies that he had used with a Doug device (for Lyme disease), with his wife. In her environment it took two years to sort of work that through. Mike gave us the frequencies, and we ran them.
Well, the next day, Bill was really sick. He was on the couch, he wasn't going to get up for anything, but by the afternoon, he started to feel better. He got up and he went out for a walk. And that amazed the family, sort of amazed himself as well. He started to think a little more clearly.
What happened over the next month was that he'd walk 3 - 4 miles. He'd go out and chop wood, pack it over in a wheelbarrow and pile it. He was out of pain and he could remember what he'd just read. I thought, "Holy smokes, what's happening here?" So Bill decided that he was going to test this to see it (the Rife-Bare) really worked, so he said "I'm going to take a trip down to Mexico, and I'll be back in six weeks."
In six weeks, he came back. He was almost to the point where he was before we first got him. I got a call from Sharlene who had talked her dad into coming over. He'd requested that I build him a machine but I couldn't get the parts fast enough, so he decided he was going to come over and we ran him again. Sure enough, he went through the awful sick thing, and in a matter of a few hours started to clear up. Next thing he was out walking again (the same day). It was really encouraging, because we could see such change - this man had his life back.
But sometimes, you know, when God really wants you, it'll work another way, and we lost Bill and his wife two weeks later in a car accident.
That really hurt, because again you get the attachment. You start getting enthusiastic for people feeling better. But, you know, there is a God, because somebody else phoned from Creston, and said "Hey, will this work with Lyme?" and I said "Why do you ask?" "Well, we heard, from somebody, that you had a Rife machine", I said "Yeah, it's not a Rife machine, it's a Rife-Bare machine. We just think it sort of works like Rife."
Jim Bare never said it worked like Rife's machine. He said he though it would just replicate something similar.
She continued, "I have a four-year old daughter who the hospital and the doctors have given up on, and she's been diagnosed with Lyme." I said "Ah, I have somebody you can talk to", and I had her a phone number for Sharlene. These folks phoned me back, and said, "Well look, are you sure about this?" I said, "No, but if you take this machine, I just built one for myself, if you want this machine you can take it home - I'm quite confident the machine works, if it doesn't work you just give it back to me and that's the way it goes."
So, she took it home, all the way back to Creston. Her dad came with her, they were so excited - but they didn't want to get their hopes up. But, you know, within a few days, this child had a life back. She was up playing with the kids. In fact she went out one day on a little trip with them, came back all mosquito-bitten. She continued to make some headway. Every day was not a good day, but certainly far better than anything that she could experience prior to that, and she hit this wall again.
Pretty soon, (she) wasn't doing as good, but she still was not as bad as she was, and the family was still running the frequencies. Everybody who's ever dealt with me, I always lay an obligation on them. I said, "You stay in touch with me, I cannot possibly contact everybody. Every two weeks, tell me what's happening", and they didn't until two months went by. I got a call from Sharlene, who said, "You know, that Elise is not doing too well again." I said "Well, have the family call me, because there are things that can be done."
What I recommended was that they use the same frequencies and extend the duration from three minutes up to five minutes. Do it at different times of the day and do it different days of the week. Pulse the signal and don't stop this time until you've got the bugs. I do think that they can mutate.
At that six week mark, something's changing. You either have to add more to it (additional dwell time), or hit the frequencies beside the primary frequency being used. I think mutation is part of it. One of the things we're advocating of anybody who acquires a machine right now is that when you go on attack with a virus, or a bacteria, you hit them. When you've got them beat, you keep going, because all they've done is retreated. If you allow them to reproduce, they'll come back. Like cockroaches - they'll make that slight change, and you can't get them.
I think the viruses we're carrying around with us like pneumonia - you don't pick them up in the air. You've had them probably your whole life. They just go into retirement untill the circumstances are right to come back. So, if you want to kill them, you hit them and you keep hitting them every way you can. They never want to kill the host, cause they want to survive.
They can be uncomfortable for you and sometimes they don't mean to get carried away and dominate your body. When you get tired or lose mineral or trace element content in your body, your body starts going out of balance. Your pH level gets crazy, and the bugs go crazy too, because their life is out of balance. You will notice when they start taking the herring, how we had a depletion of salmon stocks? You put anything out of balance something else has got to go rampant, and that's perhaps why these bugs get carried away.
We went through all kinds of folks like this. We had one lady come in with with her daughter who had chronic fatigue. She was fifteen-years old from Vancouver, and her life was really getting bad. She had no energy for school or anything like that. While she was sitting there, her first session, I noticed her face getting all pink and rosy from this sort of waxy-gray (that she came in with). I said, when when the session was over, "You know, your energy is up." She said "Yeah, for some reason I'm feeling really good." They went back to the motel. Her mom phoned me and said "You know, I don't know what happened to my daughter last night, but boy is she ever feeling a lot better". They came back for one more session, and the last I heard, she went out with the school field trips. They were flying to some other country for two or three weeks.
This is where there's a bit of a let-down in the volunteer group - people would leave, wouldn't keep us informed, so we can't give you that information. We're not running anything official and we don't have anybody to go chasing people, we just rely on the information we get provided to us.
I had a fellow come with MS. We had absolutely no success with him that I could see. I can tell you is, in two sessions two weeks apart this man didn't really want to get better. I think perhaps somebody like that has this illness and the mental illness as well that goes with it. They really don't want to help themselves. They want the support. They like the sympathy, but nothing will help them. Help starts right here when you take that responsibility. Its an observation I make from working with the group. I see a lot of benefits out there with people because of the Rife-Bare but I have no control over them.
That's basically where we are today, and for those of you who are staying over tomorrow night, you're certainly welcome to attend a group session. Because you're familiar with Rife - you're not required to watch this video that we make everybody else sit through. You are welcome to come and observe.
I want to just finish about Batyah. I'm finding this a little bit hard, but Batyah passed away the 30th of August (1997), and I was fortunate enough to see her three days before. It was sad to see her the way she was. She couldn't handle her pain. Her back and lower sciatica area were causing her so much pain that morphine wouldn't help. There was no place to do an inter-muscular injection. There was nothing left of her. People who are in chronic paini cannot heal. We've seen that too many times. So unless you can control your pain - doesn't mean don't take morphine, if you have to take a bit of morphine, go ahead, but get your pain under control. They can switch you to other things - again I'm not giving you advice. Things like that you can do.
With cancer, I'll tell you right now, cancer is not a cause. Its an effect of something else. Someone else sitting here last night said that as well. You work with these people and you know what I'm talking about. Something is causing it. Until you find out the cause of that cancer, the Rife-Bare equipment will never work. But neither will chemo, radiation, or drugs. The cancer will keep coming back - until you change the environment that's allowing it to grow. When science wants to figure out what those factors are, then they can deal with cancer.
I've dealt with a small number of people but I'm not wasting your time by telling you that. There are things that people with cancer can do, if they really want to live. Number one: Get rid of the mentality that you're going to die, you don't have to.
Cancer is a growth industry. I'm not faulting the doctors. I'm not faulting anybody for it. It's perhaps part of our environment. I don't know if you know this, but somebody's done a test on some amber. They drilled a hole into a bubble, and they found that the oxygen content 3000 years ago was 9 times what it is today. So perhaps it (cancer) is related to oxygen deficiency?
We're growing food in market gardens that have been farmed for a hundred years. The food's got all the nutrition in the world, but you don't get the trace elements to keep you alive. A study done in one of the universities in Vancouver - that people having problems with insulin and are insulin dependent, I believe they gave the trace element chromium. Cleared the problem up. Interesting?
Watch your pH levels in your body but it's not just the pH level of the blood you've got to be concerned about. You have to be concerned about your blood, your lymphatic, and on the urine side as well. There's three tests they can take, and if any of those are on balance, doesn't mean that the others are. So get the full results from it. There's a very simple process that you can start doing by eating the proper foods to get yourself into balance. And there's books on it so that you can do it. And there's simple things that you can take that are cheap that will give you a better life.
I'll dedicate this next two-minutes to Kathy Keeton, who just died. Kathy Keeton was the wife of the owner of Penthouse magazine. She had terminal cancer a few years back and elected to use a compound called Hydrazine sulfate. It has something like a retail value of under $30 dollars a pound. One pound would do probably five or six people with cancer. It will bring the cancer into remission, not cure it. Its been used in the Soviet Union for 17 years with a high success rate.
There's other key things that you can use out there too, hydrogen peroxide, that's food grade. Learn how to use it properly and wisely, and you'll find that just improving the oxygen in your body - cancer doesn't like it.
Medical people are not going to tell you that. The reason they're not going to tell you that is because the people above them haven't told them to tell you. And I think they're put in an awkward spot. I believe that doctors have got hearts and they're going to go out and kick ass and they're going to question their authorities above and find out why you can't use this stuff.
I'll give you another example - I know we're suppose to be talking about Rife, but I think cancer is very important. Over in Germany, over 10 million people have used ozone therapy. 10 million people! And its used by the medical doctors. Its prescribed, and its used with wisdom. We can't do it in north America, you know why? There's no money in it.
I said - keep the politics out of Rife technology, but that's just a fact of life. Again, I'm not blaming the doctors. There's a lot of reasons why you can discredit anything. If its used without wisdom it can be classified as something that's a danger to society.
Can you imagine one of the new cars being put on the road in city of Chicago in 1904? The car is sitting there with 200 horsepower under the hood and put a 16-year old in it? Well, I'll tell you, society of that day would never let you have that car, and they'd never want one either.
Our volunteer group has started something using Rife Technology and nobody in the world is ever going to stop this. All you've got to do is decide to take responsibility for yourself. I don't advocate for one moment that you ever give up on your doctor, because your doctor should be the one using this stuff. And I believe that the doctors of the world will. But you've got to fight for them, too. You're going to have to start writing letters to people that tell them what to do.
I'll give you a little story. Gaston Naessens sells a product called 714-X. He also, makes the Somatoscope Microscopes. Where it gives you a chance to see things in the blood that they can't see with an ordinary light microscope or a microscope that is an electron microscope that fries things. Apparently another doctor in Quebec bought one of these microscopes from Dr. Naessens, and when somebody found out about it, reported him. So he quit using it, and even because he held possession of it he lost his medical license.
Until you take this kind of responsibility for yourself and your health and push these thoughts forward, the existing medical system is unacceptable, they're just going to keep doing it to you. The other thing is that they can turn around or they can cut the key off on this technology. I'll tell you right now, if they do that's the worst thing they can possibly do. In Canada they can save 11 billion dollars a year by using Rife technology as preventative medicine.
I think governments can be on our side. In the United States, perhaps it's the insurance companies that you buy your health insurance through, can be on your side. But you've got to fight these things intelligently, and don't get taught that you have to ever give up. Because, if they turn the key on this it'll go underground. I'll tell you right now I can build these machines (such) that you can't detect them 50 feet away when they're wide open. And you can put 500 people in a room and you can do them all at one time and in that one hour. You take the light and you suspend it from the center of the ceiling.
You run frequencies to the needs of your group. We do 30 - 40 - 50 people every time that we run it, and they will get the benefits from it. If you run the Rife/Bare regularly - particularly when a cold or flu is coming on - you never will come down with a full fledged cold or flu. In most cases it is like the cold or flu did not exist the day following the Rife/Bare device use. If you are away from the Rife/Bare device and contract a cold or flu, you can come down with it but if you hit it with a Rife/Bare device often enough, the duration is shortened and intensity lessened.
Rife technology, to be used properly, should be used every day by people who are in need of healing.