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A cure for cancer and all diseases and its suppression – The story of a genius Royal Raymond Rife

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

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I decided to include this piece in our blog because the information is important for us all to see what world we have allowed to be created. We are seeing more and more truths unfolding where history will have to be rewritten. We of course cannot blame all the people for controlling this world as we have to take some proportion of blame for allowing injustices and control to continue but there are many aspects which are just outrageous and even murderous and this following story fits into that category – for all the people that have passed from a deadly infection or the millions who have passed with cancer believing that they could not ‘beat it’.

 

I myself was diagnosed with breast cancer in February this year and I decided to only have surgery to the amazement of the consultants, who in the beginning told me it would be ‘my decision’ about what to do but then kept trying to convince me, no badger me to take radiotherapy and hormone treatments. I was told I should sign the consent form to allow all my lymph nodes to be removed under my left arm in case they were cancerous, I told the consultant that he could only take one out and check that and if there was a problem I would come back, needless to say he was not happy with this and it showed very much on his face. I do not believe we should be pressured into having something done to our bodies if we don’t want it. I am responsible for me no one else and no one else can pressure you into anything. You decide what is best for you and do the research. I was also asked to sign the form for the radiation treatment and was told that I should sign it and I could change my mind at any time but to sign it anyway, (is this to make sure they get the funding?) I was told that with the treatment there was a possibility of a radiated heart and lung and that the cancer could come back in the future (so what were the pros?). I persisted and told them I would deal with this myself, I looked into juicing and vitamins and was taking Essiac Tea before I was even diagnosed as I saw a programme called, ‘Forbidden Cures for Cancer’ and looked up the Essiac tea mentioned in the documentary which was supposed to help with psoriasis which I have – studies carried out also suggest psoriasis has a link to cancer and there is info on the web. I took the Essiac twice a day and in six weeks I was due in for an appointment, I asked the consultant what size the tumour was now and to my delight the cancer was 2mm smaller and this was 2mm smaller than it was six weeks previous. (I have the transcript for the above documentary and will be putting this on the blog for all to read.) I had a yeast, (candida) problem as well as I was affected by yeast in products, which seems to be in nearly every food product, in the above document it had information on a Dr Simoncini, an Italian doctor who believed that candida albicans was the prime cause of cancer, in post mortem studies in cancer patients he was shocked to find that all the patients who had passed from cancer had one common denominator – they were all rife with candida albicans. He went on to then discover that bicarbonate of soda could destroy cancer cells.)

 

It costs on average in the USA $350,000 for the average orthodox treatment of cancer, bicarbonate of soda costs $3. In the Uk and just for cancer care it amounts to £5.86 billion pounds, just one drug alone can cost £80.000 pound.

 

 

So this article has a personal appeal to me and I cannot believe that this technology is not being used in every hospital in the world because of it was there would be no more people passing from diseases and there would certainly be no one passing from cancer. Even though this story is in depth it is mind blowing in its content and I hope you can take the time to read it all, if you have cancer or know someone that has passed or know someone with this ‘curable’ disease then you will want to know why this has been suppressed for all these years and why this is not available for everyone and so,

 

This is the remarkable story of;

The Rise and Fall of a Scientific Genius

The Forgotten Story of Royal Raymond Rife

 

In 1999, a stack of forgotten audiotapes was discovered. On the tapes were voices of several people at the centre of the events which are the subject of this transcript:

A revolutionary treatment for cancer and a practical cure for all infectious diseases.

 

The audiotapes were over forty years old. The voices recorded upon them had almost faded nearly losing all key details of perhaps the most important medical story of the 20th century forever. But due to the efforts of the Kinnaman Foundation, the faded tapes have been restored and the voices upon them recovered. So now even though the participants have passed away they can finally tell their story.

 

Dr R.R.Rife Scientific Genius

Rife was a media star he was in the newspapers all the time and the media loved him, he was working with all the top researchers and was doing revolutionary work and the media picked this up and then suddenly after the thirties nothing ever again, he was never heard of again, why was this. There is a photograph which shows a banquet thrown in Rife’s honour to celebrate the end off all disease, it was attended by all the top people in the scientific community and it was even announced in the media and then years later all the people attending this banquet in honour of Rife did not even know him!

 

Benjamin Cullen (deceased) Rife’s assistant for 20 years stated that Rife was not thought of as much in his own country and yet with Rife’s machine and the ability that he possessed you could cure cancer and all known diseases if it were not up to the American Medical Association.

 

Rife’s own words, “In 1920 I conceived the idea and the possibility of when the positive agent of malignancy, so called cancer will be discovered and found and proven that it would be caused by a micro organism, of course reception that I received that far back from the medical profession and scientists was nil but I kept back to work and I succeeded in eventually isolating a virus.”

 

Those that knew Rife considered him to be a scientific genius, his greatest accomplishment was the discovery and development of a cure for cancer and for most infectious diseases during a span of eighteen years work in San Diego in the 1920’s and 30’s. Rife invented a series of super microscopes that allowed him to see live microbes as small as a virus an ability considered impossible even today. Using these highly advanced optical instruments Royal Rife was able to determine by direct observation the presence of a micro-organism in cancer tumours, he named it the, ‘BX’ virus, Rife then went on to invent another unique invention, one that worked in conjunction with his brilliant microscopes, ‘The Rife Beam Ray Instrument’ a device that could destroy any viral or bacterial micro-organism with electrical pulses tuned to a particular frequency an unprecedented way of fighting the infectious agents of disease without drugs. Given the monopolistic nature of the developing medical establishment in America at that time the presentation of this drug less technique for treating a multitude of diseases ensured the demise of Rife’s work.

 

Over seventy years later people are still trying to piece together what happened and attempt to recreate Royal Raymond Rife’s lost technology.

 

A book is available called, ‘The Cancer Cure That Worked’ Fifty Years of Suppression. Written by Barry Lynes.

 

Jason Ringas from the Rife Research Group in Canada explains;

“When we learned of Rife’s story we quickly found there was no consensus in some of the details of the story every time you hear this story its different, so what we wanted to do was acquire as much accurate information as we could possibly get and over the years we have accumulated letters, photographs, lab notes and newspaper articles and we’ve tried to the best of our ability to bring some sort of order and consensus out of all of this information.”

 

In 1944 the Franklin Institute and The Smithsonian both published in their prestigious scientific journals a story of emerging technology in the field of optics the article entitled, ‘The New Microscopes’ presented several instruments that promised to significantly advance the field of microbiology. Introduced in this article was the now famous electron microscope with its extreme magnifying capabilities also the Rife Universal microscope was given a detailed and thorough accounting included in this article was three photo micrographs taken through Rife’s revolutionary microscope. Nothing from that period could match the resolution apparent in these photo micrographs and these pictures were taken ten years previous to their publication in 1944.

 

 

Jason Ringas: “In our searching through some of the documents that we recovered we came across the name of Professor John Hubbard, now in 1945 Professor Hubbard was just a medical student and he read the article in the journal of the Smithsonian Institute about the Rife microscope and was so impressed that he wanted to find out more. So in 1945 he wrote to Rife and all the microscope companies asking for more information on this microscope, he didn’t find anything but later in the 1970’s when he was a professor he read another article that reawaken the Rife’s story by Christopher Bird and picked up the chase again and accumulated a number of documents that he shared with us.”

 

Recognising Rife’s photographs as extraordinary Dr Hubbard sought another expert opinion. Dr Hubbard:

“ So I went over to Don Parsons one day and I showed him a copy of these picture and I asked him his opinion about it and he said these are electron micrographs so what! I told him, no, they have been made with a microscope, and he said this is fraudulent, this was his immediate reaction. I told him that these had been made long before electron microscopes had come on the scene. There is no way, you couldn’t possibly have done with an electron microscope the pictures that are in that report”

 

 

Rife’s Laboratory and Funding

 

Jason Ringas: “Rife’s lab was one of the most advanced labs in the world at that time, he was equipped to design, build and operate virtually any scientific instrument he needed. He was able to perform experiments few other people could do because they lacked the facilities.”

 

In 1913 Henry Timken Jr was president of one of the most prosperous industries in America, ‘The Timkin Roller Bearing Company’ his factory in Canton Ohio produced the tens of millions of ball bearings that kept the wheels of the mechanised industrial age turning. As the story goes, Rife developed a device for Timkin’s factory that saved millions of dollars a year in production cost, a scanning machine for establishing the quality of the steel used in manufacturing the ball bearings. This x-ray scanner detected flaws in the steel supply before it was sent to the production line and in doing so significantly increased the efficiency and output of the factory. Timkin was so impressed with Rife and so grateful for his brilliant innovation that he rewarded Rife with his full sponsorship. Rife took up residence on the Timkin estate in Santiago and there in a room above the garage he was lavishly supplied with every piece of equipment or money he needed to outfit an entire laboratory. Henry Timkin’s sister Amelia Bridges shared his regard for Rife and before ling she too became his patron.

 

Jason Ringas: “ We’ve heard reports that Amelia Bridges would visit the lab and ask him if he needed anything and would write out a cheque, so whatever he wanted whether it was a new x-ray machine or machine tools for constructing instruments. They built a custom lab which was specifically designed for the type of experiments that he wanted to do so he was in a unique position to accomplish some of these revolutionary things.”

 

 

Rife’s Microscope

 

Michael Coyle Microscopist – NuLife Sciences, California: “Rife was a master toolmaker, he knew a tremendous amount about optics, he was also a visionary, he thought outside the box, he drew outside the lines and that’s why he created something that no one has duplicated since then. When you talk about people that are supposedly experts on microscopy they say that’s impossible, course the world was flat at one time to and the earth had all the planets revolving around it at one time too and then everything changed all of a sudden everything was revolving around the sun and the earth was round.”

 

 

 

 

Royal Raymond Rife: “Why leave the conventional microscope that we have in our hands at the present time in our laboratory handicap at the point where it is at the present time that’s why I designed and built other instruments because I was stuck that was against a stone wall, I couldn’t do anymore.”

 

Jason Ringas: “Rife had to build his microscopes out of necessity because using the conventional instruments he was unable to see the micro organisms that he knew existed from other experiments so in addition in order to determine if you are destroying a micro organism you have to be able to view it in its life state so that’s why he began and finally built his special microscopes which were able to view the minutest organisms in the live state.”

 

Henry Siner Rife’s assistant describing Rife’s prowess in optical engineering: When it comes to lenses there isn’t anyone in this country or the world that I have ever met that can handle lens systems as well as this man can, its just second nature to him.”

 

 

Over a course of twenty years Rife constructed a series of five microscopes all of which were referred to as virus microscopes because of their ability to view these minute organisms in a live state, but how did these instruments achieve what the laws of optics define as impossible

 

Acid and Aniline Dye Stains

 

Rife: “You cannot stain those particles with your acid and aniline stains, no, simply that I have stated a thousand times that the particles are smaller than the molecular portions or the granular structure of your acid and aniline dye stains, naturally they can only be stained with a frequency of light, they use a monochromatic light because a monochromatic light is a portion of the spectrum”.

 

Michael Coyle Microscopist: “So when you get light in the same range or a corresponding range it will cause those micro organisms to fluoresce that’s something that people hadn’t really done before to use monochromatic light to investigate micro organisms in determining species specificity, a specific species of a micro organism. One of the other working principles about it is the way that it channels the light never allows the beams of light to cross over themselves and create a diffusion of the light so you continue to have the resolution no matter how far you take the light path, you’re not loosing resolution.”

 

Jason Ringas: “The key features of the Rife microscope is that they had superior magnification with corresponding resolution and also important factor was they contrast with his special illumination system he was able to produce contrast in the organisms without chemical stains and even when identifying the organisms because of the way they’re illuminating and the contrast being produced with the so called monochromatic light you could identify which virus you are looking at by the colour that it refracted and that had never been done and probably still hasn’t been done today. These key features of the microscope which were far superior to what was available at the time allowed him to discover things that other people were unable to because they lacked the equipment.”

 

 

Rife had photographs of micro organisms which were magnified sixty thousand times. Magnification showed that the cells were composed of little cells and the little cells on a higher magnification showed more cells and those cells had little cells within them and so on, the higher the magnification the more cells they saw within the cells, they could go on for infinity.

 

Michael Coyle: “The universal microscope was a revolutionary breakthrough in optics altogether and it’s a very simple principle what allows it to work and its amazing that no one has discovered it before then or reinvented it since then, because it isn’t outside the reach or technology that we have, its fairly simple technology, the funding hasn’t been there at the same time that the expertise has been there to do the work.”

 

 

Rife’s Beam Ray Instrument (Killing Microbes with Electrical Pulses)

 

Michael Coyle: ‘Everything vibrates at its own frequency, if you have a crystal and protein structure involved as you always do in micro organisms you can set up harmonic resonance by bombarding it with frequencies as long as you are within the right ranges of frequencies and that will literally chatter the crystal and protein structure’’

 

Rife: ‘It’s coordinated resonance, the same as I say you take two tuning forks and pitch to the C or an A absolute and you strike one and the other one resonates, so we’re showing an electronic frequency that simply devitalises the bacteria with no harm to normal tissue.’

 

Jason Ringas: ‘Rife found lethal frequencies for at least twenty four micro organisms, I say twenty four because we have copies of his lab notes with those twenty four organisms, he reportedly found frequencies for many more for instance we have tuberculosis, syphilis, gonorrhoea, streptococcus bacteria, conjunctivitis, bubonic plague, staphylococcus, typhoid fever, all sorts of micro organisms can be destroyed with the correct frequency.’

 

Rife explaining “Hunt and Try” method to a visiting doctor (1956): We simply hunt and try that was all we could do, we put a pure culture of the organism under the microscope and started to attune this thing until I find a frequency which will destroy it, or I come back with another notion, I do it. If I can it ten consecutive times after the instrument has been zeroed and put it back then I can record that’

 

Graham Smith of the Rife Research Group of Canada explains, the vested interests of pharmaceutical companies would be very, very threatened if such a technology came out and that science has always had a problem with this, that true breakthroughs would destroy the financial structure which exists so it never sees the light of day. The funding would cease and governments would clamp down, this happens all the time and it should not be tolerated by the masses.

 

 

 

Me: Here Rife has a cure for cancer and all known diseases and this has been suppressed since the 50’s how many people have died from a disease and more importantly how many people continue to die from cancer and these diseases. It is tat amount to murder.

 

Rife: You know there are some of these people and you talk to them, and the more you talk to them, the more you explain things to them the more they get riled up, Dr Johnson and I went trough a lot of that stuff and we checked this thing out from one end to the other and we classified a frequency for an individual bacteria as its individual mortal oscillatory rate, because when I check on that thing and look through that microscope hour after hour, day after day tuning that damn thing to find something that’s going to kill that bug and every hour or half an hour whatever is required I put a new fresh culture under the microscope and keep that on and I find something that folds it up, alright, then I go back and zero that damn thing, come back up to my settings and put another fresh culture on it if it’ll do it, ten, twelve consecutive times and I just record it.”

 

Dr. James Bare Chiropractor New Mexico): ‘In using a simple electromagnetic wave its probably not sufficient, Dr Rife found that using a wave that is omitted by a gas within a glass tube that has been excited by radio frequency energy that particular wave that’s emanated from that tube is a wave that is acceptable to the tissues of the body for whatever reason and it will penetrate deep within the body and can be used to selectively oscillate those particular things that the doctor or Dr Rife in this case chose to oscillate and leave everything else alone in the body and that’s the wonder of it all because you have scalpel like effect using resonance its specific it leaves everything else alone, its really quite n amazing and wondrous feat.’

 

 

Rife Collaborators

 

Jason Ringas: The people that worked with Rife weren’t amateurs, I mean Dr. E. C. Rosenow was called one of the greatest bacteriologists in the history of the Mayo clinic. Dr. Arthur Kendall was refereed to as Americas Pasteur and some people might find that an insult but nonetheless that is the highest honour one can be afforded. Dr Milbank Johnson was head of the local medical society in California, some of the physicists, I think Coolidge assisted him, we’ve had reports that Charles Steinmetz assisted him with some of the work even Lee De Forrest who is credited with inventing the vacuum tube, (amplifier tube) was reportedly involved with Rife. So these people knew what they were doing and if they weren’t really impressed with Rife they would not have stayed with him as long as they did.’

 

 

On the weekend that followed the calamitous stock market crash of 1929 Rife emerged into the public eye, the fruits of nearly twenty years of mind boggling work were presented for the first time in this front page headline story, (The San Diego Union November 3rd 1929) before this time Rife had worked in private occasionally seeking consultation with the leading minds in optics and electronics in a drive to perfect his instruments and his laboratory techniques. After the existence of is super microscopes became widely known the tables turned and the experts started seeking consultations with Rife. Some of America’s top bacteriologists beat a pathway directly to Rife’s lab, there was a major debate raging in micro biology at the time and it was believed that a microscope like Rife’s might just settle it. The debate hinged upon the question of the existence and controversial nature of a certain kind of micro-organism referred to as a “Filterable form of bacteria” so called because it was so small and plastic that it could pass through the minute pores of a stone filter, too small to be seen with any conventional microscope. These very fine porcelain filters available in different grades of porosity are generally used in microbiology to isolate virus sized microbes, the controversy arose when a number of bacteriologists claimed that they could take a fluid from a growth culture of a large bacteria and after passing that fluid through a filter and placing the emerging liquid on a culture media or food they could cultivate or re-grow the original bacteria again. Conventional microbiologists consider this result to be due to leaky filters or contaminated samples and regarded the notion of a filterable form of bacteria as absurd.

However the findings of some filtrationist microbiologists were much more upsetting than the proposed caterpillar to butterfly type transition between some types of bacteria and their much smaller filterable form, some filtrationists had discovered that by changing the food or cultural media they could encourage transitions from one filterable form into many different types of organisms all of them a different species than the bacteria that originally produced the filterable form. If this was true it would shake the foundations of microbiology and force a complete rewrite of our text books.

 

The man who pioneered this obscure branch of biology known as, ‘Pleomorphism’ was the French biologist Antoine Bechamp, (1816-1908) in his time Bechamp was an authoritative presence renowned for his exacting laboratory methods, his precise thinking and his vast knowledge in microbiology, he was one of France’s greatest scientists, his contributions included discovering a method of dramatically reducing the cost of producing aniline dye, thereby revolutionising the entire French garment industry. He discovered the causes of fermentation in 1855 and in 1862 he found the causes of certain rampant diseases of grapes which were then ravaging the French wine industry, in 1865 he saved the garment industry again by finding the cause of an epidemic disease that was destroying the silk worm population of Europe. Yet astonishingly, Bechamp was not credited with his successes most of his work in fact was plagiarised by a rival French scientist one Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) it was Louis Pasteur who received recognition for determining that fermentation was caused by a micro organism and that the silkworm disease was due to a parasite and that grapes were being consumed by a bacteria. In her book, Bechamp or Pasteur Ethel Douglas Hume demonstrates that these discoveries were absolutely attributed to the wrong man. Bechamp and Pasteur were rivalries both of them associates of France’s academies of science, even a cursory examination of their discourses and their very public argument would reveal who was the gifted scientist and who was the impostor. Ironically history has dubbed Louis Pasteur as the founder of the germ theory of disease, the idea that infection is the primary pathway to illness a paradigm that rose and endured more out of political consideration then through an unbiased scientific inquiry.

Bechamp was investigating a proposition that was much more complex than a simple infection model, in essence Bechamp believed that the emerging germ theory of disease was incomplete, Bechamp’s exacting techniques in the laboratory had revealed where he believed to be an elementary living particle, he called it the “Microzyma” an extremely tiny living organism capable of transforming into many different pathogenic forms as a result of the chemical make-up of its host environment. With Bechamp’s discovery for his so called Microzyma to change forms the study of Pleomorphism was found. Whereas Pasteur is remembered for his germ theory of disease which is arguably not even his originally theory, Bechamp and his theory of Pleomorphism has been generally forgotten, but not by everyone, not by a growing number of microbiologists who have taken the time to experiment with new culture mediums, advanced microscopes and living specimens. Dr Arthur Isaac Kendall was a filtrationist he believed he had found the very media that would allow bacteria to transform into their tiny filterable state, he called it the ‘K’ Media.

 

Jason Ringas: ‘Dr Kendall was in need of a special microscope himself for the work that he was doing so he contacted as associate California, Dr Milbank Johnson and asked him if such a microscope actually existed so upon inquiry Dr Johnson found out that in fact the microscope did exist and Dr Kendall immediately made arrangements to visit Dr Rife who collaborated with him.’

 

Rife was having his own difficulties, despite enormous progress in his instrument refinements he was having no success finding his proposed cancer microbe.

 

Jason Ringas: ‘Because Rife was unable to culture any so called filterable organisms on his own it was extremely fortuitous that he met Dr Kendall who brought his medium to Rife and Rife bought his special microscope to Kendall and this unique collaboration allowed them to do things that they couldn’t do individually.’

 

Rife:’ That instrument we used up until 1931, with that instrument Arthur Kendall and I working jointly in the Pasadena hospital succeeded in isolating what we classified the first filterable form of bacteria ever seen it was isolated from the Bacillus typhosus from cultures Dr Kendall bought from his laboratory in North West University in Chicago, and we succeeded defiantly in isolating a filterable form of the bacteria using a Kendall media, known as Kendall Media and that is what Kendall used for the isolation or bringing out this Bacillus typhosus in the filterable state which is published in the Californian and Western Medicine in 1931 our joint report on that. We find that the Bacillus typhosus in its filterable state is a beautiful turquoise blue body, we see them swimming, they’re highly motile.’

 

Rife revealing that he is a Pleomorphist: ‘In transformation as you term it or what we term is a transitional state of these organisms is accomplished on the medium on which we grow them, that’s all because we can change these organisms readily by the mediums on which we grow them, from one organism to another as long as the organism belongs in the same category or what we term the same group as a series of organisms.’

What I believe is that some of these non-pathogenic organisms that we have with us at all times, our metabolism changes though, same as I say I can take a cold Bacillus in thirty six hours I can make it into a Typhoid Bacillus by altering the media two parts per million per volume right now.’

By the end of 1931 Rife and Kendall had demonstrated that a filterable organism could be cultured out of the Typhoid Bacillus using the K media as nutria and that this and other filterable organisms could be seen glowing in their own natural colour through a Rife microscope. Their findings were widely published and it would be difficult for any attentive bacteriologist to have missed the exciting news in the field or its implications. The man who introduced Kendall and Rife, Dr. Milbank Johnson understood the politics of science and medicine he was well aware that Rife and Kendall’s finding in the end would not be accepted by the mere weight of science journal articles. In 1931 there was only one Rife virus microscope in full operation and that microscope stayed with Rife, also not only was K media tricky to make its use required considerable skill and patients, Johnson felt a demonstration was necessary and he held a dinner at his Pasadena mansion to honour Kendall and Rife and to give the cream of Americas medical scientists a first hand look at their achievements. This well attended occasion was a dinner to celebrate the end to all disease.

Following these development came a simple blood test that could be used to diagnosed patients with Typhoid Fever weeks before any symptoms arose and Rife found the frequency that would destroy this microbe or devitalise it as Rife would explain. But it was not enough finally the voice of conventional microbiology the most powerful man in the field, Dr. Thomas Rivers of the Rockefeller Institute, spoke out against Kendall’s findings. At a medical symposium in 1932 at Johns Hopkins University n Baltimore Rivers and his associate Hans Zinsser of Harvard publicly challenged Kendall’s filtration experiments stating that they could not repeat them and therefore the findings of Kendall were invalid. Not once in their discourse did Rivers or Zinsser express any scientific curiosity towards this new microscope, a microscope that was introduced in the same papers that announced the isolation of the filterable forms. It was as if the scientific community didn’t want to know about it and this symposium marked the advent of official denial to which the rank and file scientists of the day dutifully fell behind. But there were other microbiologists who were not swayed by Rivers authority or the threat of his censor, Dr. Edward C. Rosenow chief bacteriologist at the renowned Mayo clinic was a man who had become a Pleomorphist as a result of his findings, Rosenow had discovered a Pleomorphic relationship between the Streptococcus Bacillus and the much smaller Polio virus he sought our Rife and his microscope to help him confirm this relationship.

 

Rife: ‘We isolated and worked on all of these different forms down through the line. We worked for…with Rosenow…he worked with me, I worked with him, whatever you call it…fourteen years on poliomyelitis (polio). He was head of the Department of Research and Bacteriology at Mayo’s (Mayo Clinic) in Rochester…and he said, “They want me to scrap the work.” I said, “Hold everything.” I said, “ I’m coming back.”

We went through it. And he was a great theorist on streptococcus, and of course he worked almost entirely on antitoxins and vaccines.

Here’s an article that’s published in the Mayo on July 13, 1932, it’s right in there…you can see it. Rosenow wrote it.

We went through…we ran this thing through. We showed them the motion pictures of the whole entire process. What did they do? They fired Rosenow. He was getting too close. You know, it’s a terrible thing to talk like that. I’m not bitter, but I’m sick of that kind of stuff.’

 

Dr John C. Hubbard – Professor of Pathology; N.Y.U., Buffalo: ‘I’ll tell you this right now, I may get shot later but most Microscopist’s, most people using microscopes in the United States I’m not saying about Canada, Australia or any other country but here in the United States most of the Microscopy that pathologists do they’re doing it at the very lowest level of technical skill that you can imagine, although I will have to admit things have improved a little bit in the last ten, fifteen years but forty years ago most of the Microscopy was very poor, it was just good enough that you could make a confident diagnosis, you could send it in get it entered in the records and you could send the bill out for it.’

 

Michael Coyle: ‘The lines are blearier today than they were even at that time regarding micro organism developments, because of new equipment there’s more that’s seen than before but what’s happening is that all this emerging information is creating a revolution in the field and now people are dealing with things they didn’t even know existed even ten years ago, Micro plasmas, Nano Bacteria viruses that are smaller than viruses people don’t even know how to classify what they are looking at it is such a chaotic soup and there isn’t a lot of money that goes into research around it, it’s a highly undefined field, there’s been a language that’s had to be invented to talk about these things to even name them.’

 

Rife talking to assistant John Crane about scientific inertia: ‘There’s one thing you’ll find and you’ll find it in years and years of experience John that its an absolute true statement, that I have found out after over all the years that I’ve worked with this work and I’ve worked hard and sincerely and honestly, you’ll find by god that nine tenths of the criticism is a cloak of ignorance, when they don’t know themselves “Then, it ain’t” – as the boy says.’

 

 

Rife’s Cancer Virus

 

The concept of a virus as we understand it today originated with Thomas Rivers who, in 1926 authoritatively stated that a virus can only grow within the pre existing metabolism of a hosts cell. It has become a major plank of virology that a virus will not propagate upon an artificial culture media, it must be placed on a live tissue media of a host organism in order to develop. But before virology became a science the term virus was used to denote any pathogenic micro organism that was one order smaller than a bacterium to small to be seen micro-micro organisms were viruses from the Latin term meaning poison, Rife used this term in its archaic sense because his understanding of microbiology widely differed from what was emerging in the field. To Rife viruses were the minute filterable forms of the much larger bacteria, the two organisms married in a Pleomorphic relationship. To conventional microbiologists viruses are not related except in the sense that one needs the other to exist in a manner that Rivers denoted in 1926. Most of them regarding Pleomorphism as phalacy recalling the primacy of Pasteur’s ‘germ theory’ of disease and the spectacle of Tomas Rivers publicly shutting down Dr. Kendall in the early 1930’s. Today microbiology dictates that it would be impossible to cultivate a cancer virus out of an artificial culture media but that is exactly what Royal Raymond Rife claimed to do in 1932 the present day definition of a virus not withstanding.

 

 

Cancer Virus – Discovery and Isolation

 

Rife: ‘I get back to work and I succeeded in eventually isolating a virus. We put this so called BX as I tell it.’

 

Rife obtained a sample of malignant tissue (human breast cancer) from Paradise Valley Sanatorium in Sand Diego, he places samples of this tumour on may different growth media to see if he could culture a micro organism from the tumour. Finally, in late 1931, he found a medium that produced positive growth of a micro organism from the tumour. It was Kendall’s “K Medium.”

 

The virus can only be seen under monochromatic light and the angle of refraction is twelve and three tenth degrees, it appears as “purple-red ovoid granules that are highly motile.

 

Cancer Virus – Establishing Pathogenicity

 

Does it cause the disease?

 

Jason Ringas: ‘In order to prove the causation of disease by micro organism microbiologists use a set of standards known as, “Coax Postulates” and basically what these say is that an organism should be isolated from a diseased patient cultured in pure culture, infecting as animal model and recovering that same organism while producing that same disease in the animal and this is what Rife did he took a human breast tumour and he cultured it with the special K Medium and the culturing techniques that he had developed and then proceeded to inject it into lab rats and then produced massive tumours in these rats and then recovered the same micro organisms from those rats. So he was probably the first and maybe the only person to fulfil Coax Postulates for a cancer causing micro organism.’

 

(We don’t agree with animal testing but Rife cured all the rats he used in his experiments.)

 

Cancer Virus –Transitional States of the Microbes

 

The Changing Identity of Malignancy

 

Rife describing the transitional states of the cancer microbe:

‘The transformation as you term it or what we term as the transitional state of these organisms is accomplished by the media on which we grow them that’s all. We take this BX “virus” isolated directly from a breast mass we alter the media, we no longer have what we call a BX “virus” we have a “BY” this will no longer pass, we alter the media again and we the Monococcoid organisms this organism can be seen readily with the blood research microscope with the proper standing in method and we find it only in the monosites of the blood. Now we alter the media once again we come from our fluid media’s into a hard base media we use either asparagus or tomato with our agar, we no longer have here a BX we no longer have a BY we no longer have a Monococcoid organisms that we find in the monosites of the white cells of the blood but we have a “Cryptomyces Pleomorphia Fungi” with all its fourteen stages clear from that original high BX. Anyone of these can be thrown back in twenty four hours into a BX by putting it back on K media and produce the disease.’

 

Knowledge of this fungus transitional state came to Rife through independent research being carried out by another bacteriologist Dr. Cameron Gruner (Pathologist Mc Gill University, Montreal) of Canada, his microbiological research tended towards Pleomorphism and with this approach Gruner was beginning to crack the puzzle. It was all a matter of the medium, Gruner’s medium was based upon an asparagus agar which grew a fungus from cancerous blood, Kendall’s media which Rife used was a protein broth which grew a virus out of a cancerous tissue. When Rife and Gruner collaborated in the 1930 with the tools of Rife laboratory to aid them, they discovered they discovered the following remarkable facts – when a sample of Gruner’s fungus was cultured on K media the so called BX virus emerged they could in effect by changing the media turn a fungus originally grown out of cancerous blood into the virus sized BX organism itself grown out of cancerous tissue. To further confirm the connection they tried culturing Rife’s BX in Gruner’s asparagus agar the result BX changed into Gruner’s fungus. These experiments were repeated hundreds of times and in the end left no doubt in the mid of Rife or Gruner there is a micro organism associated with cancer and it is by nature Pleomorphic.

 

Cancer Virus – Devitalising the Organism

 

Killing the Cancer Microbe

 

Jason Ringas: ‘He conceived of the idea of putting the organisms into an oscillating electro-magnetic field and causing them to oscillate, similar to the way a glass oscillates when its hit with an appropriate audio tone so he was looking for an electrical frequency that would cause the micro organisms to shatter or to be devitalise in some sense so what he first did was he tried the various wave length such as light, ultraviolet, infra red he tried them all and finally he came upon a range of frequencies which were in the radio range that caused the destruction of these micro organisms and the frequencies are specific to each species.’

 

By the end of 1932 Rife has isolated a virus from cancer he had developed a unique culturing technique to sustain it and to make if visible, he had fully explored its various physical properties and had discovered addition transitional forms of the microbe he had transplanted it and then had found the immortal oscillatory rate of the virus and destroyed it with his beam ray instrument under the microscope. But one task remained could the beam tube kill the micro organism inside the body of a host, Rife had established annihilation of the virus in vitro but could it be done in vivo, (Latin for “sustained by a living body”) and further if it killed the organism would it cure the disease. Pleomorphist’s like Rife believe that the relationship between a germ and a disease is more complex than a simple cause and effect arrangement. As we have seen the arrival of a micro organism in a body does not necessarily always come from an external source it may instead be as some claim the result of a Pleomorphic transition from another form of the germ that is already in the body, would this complicate the motion of killing the germ and thus curing the disease.

 

Morris Zubkewych (Toronto) B.Sc.,D.C.,F.I.A.C.A. Hom:

‘With germ theory basis we are attacked by external microbes, viruses, bacteria and anything in between and that’s what’s infected our body but Pleomorphist’s would say that if the environment is right in our body, yes that can happen but at the same time any existing microbes we have in our body can evolve to higher pathological forms to cerate the disease, so as we pollute our bodies more and more with physical toxins, emotional toxins etc. It lays the foundation for disease to develop for one microbe can be a virus or a bacteria or a fungal form depending on its environment. It threatens all foundations of medicine which is the germ theory.’

 

 

An unknown doctor asks Rife a question on the metabolism of cancer cells. Rife answers

Rife: ‘Well we devitalise them by this frequency in the work we’ve done so far with this thing but here is the thing, the effect of a disease on an individual depends greatly upon the metabolism of that individual from a neutral ph “7” because I sincerely believe that the body that is in an absolute normal ph its susceptible to no disease because our test tube showed that there is zero growth in a neutral ph medium.

 

The Clinical Trials

Testing Rife’s Beam Ray on Humans

 

Dr Johnson convinced Rife that they should do trials on humans, Rife was a bit hesitant at first but went ahead after requesting a team of medical specialists be involved for the trials, so with Dr Johnson’s supervision at the University of Southern California they took sixteen terminally ill patients in 1934, they successfully treated all of them over a period of three months.

 

Fourteen of the sixteen patients were successfully treated in the first seventy days and the remaining two were pronounced cured by Dr James Couch after three more weeks treatment with Rife’s Beam Ray. Dr Couch became involved after he became interested in the cases which Rife had, one particular man who he was curious about had cancer of the stomach he was a bag of bones. Rife asked Couch to feel this man’s stomach whilst the man lay on the bed to which he did impressing that there was a warm, solid, hard mass which he just about covered with one hand, Dr Couch thought nothing could be done. Rife gave him the treatment with the frequencies and over the course of time to Couch’s astonishment the man completely recovered.

 

Determining treatment protocols for clinical use of the Beam Ray

Unknown doctor asks Rife how many times and what was the extent of each treatment

 

Rife: ‘Well we usually use three minutes on each treatment and we have found that the patient we treated twice a week we got better results then the ones we treated everyday simply because when we broke down, devitalised this virus or organism in a tissue it gives the lymphatic system a chance to absorb it and kick it up and cast it off. We treated half of them everyday and half of them twice a week, and the ones we treated twice a week we got better results.’

 

The following years saw a tireless push by Dr Johnson as he sought to have Rife’s work in cancer independently verified in other laboratories, they approached the Hooper Foundation and the International Cancer Research Foundation, two prestigious institutions which had the money and the clout to proceed seriously with the work and there was an advanced laboratory operated by Dr. John Burnett a man who had more than a professional association with Rife.

Where independent verification of the work was concerned it was only Dr. Burnett who continued with Rife in good faith the other research organisations after a flurry of initial enthusiasm wasted years of time by embroiling Rife and Johnson in an endless barrage of bureaucratic tape. It seemed that the Hooper Foundation and the International Cancer Research Foundation were more concerned with satisfying the whims of impatient board members then following the rigours of clearly established experimental science.

 

Rife talking to John: ‘All the experience I had back east there with that International Cancer Research Foundation, you know, Christ almighty they collect money there by the millions John, and what have they ever spent, what have they ever spent for anything, for polio they buy a couple of iron lungs and for the cancer outfit they spend by god less than fifty thousand dollars out of their one hundred and twenty seven million that they’ve got in, where’s the rest of it, what are they doing with it, fifty thousand dollars wouldn’t equip a sparrow ass laboratory

 

John Crane – Rife Assistant: ‘ I guess they’re using it to subsidise their own operations. All businesses as smart as them well they might have similar success.

 

Rife: ‘No but Jesus Christ they can’t do that kind off stuff John, people pay in their good money towards a contribution that they think is going to be some benefit to humanity and where does it go, no place.

 

Ben Cullen: ‘As a consequence we have lost millions of people from disease that could have been healed by Rife’s machine.

 

John Crane: ‘Well we are losing a quarter of a million people every year on cancer right now, this is published figures, you know.’

 

Bertrand Comparet – Rife’s Attorney: ‘Of course the American Medical Association standard required there be at least five years of successful operations before they recognised that the possible treatment for this sort of thing, so time was passing and everybody was getting impatient.’

 

The successful cancer clinic in La hoya demanded two necessary courses of action, one, to get independent verification of the microbiology involved, a cooperation that was proving quite difficult for Dr. Johnson to engineer. The other necessary course of action was obvious, more experimental therapy on sick people with Beam Ray.

 

Jason Ringas: ‘So with that initial success, Dr. Johnson also ran clinics of his own where he treated a variety of diseases including even cataracts and tuberculosis and various illnesses, there were a few other doctors there was one doctor named Dr. James Couch who ran he machine in his clinic and had astounding success. There was one doctor Dr. Hamer, (San Diego) who was treating about forty patients a day, in fact he was so busy using the machine that he had to hire a couple of technicians to run the machines.’

 

John Crane – San Diego: ‘Dr Rife evaluated it, thirty four and proved it conclusively that there was absolutely perfected then the process lingered and then Johnson took it up to Pasadena and ran some more clinical tests – thirty six/ thirty seven which were very successful.’

 

The Engineer

 

Jason Ringas: ‘Now the original Rife machines were effective but they were massive and unmanageable so Rife wanted to build a new series of instruments that would not only be more modern with the advancements in electronics but, be more compact and manageable to they could be used in a clinical setting, so Dr. Johnson brought in an electrical engineer named Phillip Hoyland and with his help they built the new instruments that the doctors used in their clinics.’

 

It appears that Phillip Hoyland joined the ranks of the Rife research lab shortly after the first clinics in La hoya, as an employee of Rife’s his job was strictly that of an electronics engineer with the task of modernising the old equipment, however, soon after becoming immersed in the work his involvement became much more personal and ambitious.

 

The Company

 

Bert Comparet: ‘Here was something with remarkable possibilities for humanity’s sake and he wanted it in used to heal people and then Hoyland he had taken Hoyland into the good thing as a partner with him and Hoyland wanted some financial returns. So that led to the organisation of Beam Rays Incorporated.’

 

Initially the company consisted of Ben Cullen as President and Chairman, Rife as Founder and Head Scientist, Phillip Hoyland as Engineer to build and maintain these machines and a man Ben Cullen bought in who would operate as their business manager, a corporate promoter named C.R. Hutchinson. Hutchinson already owned several corporations, one of which was a correspondence school called The United Polytechnical Institute to speed up their own incorporation Hutchinson proposed to retool his already existing school and rename it Beam Rays Incorporated. The others went along with it not recognising the pitfalls of such an arrangement with a man like C.R. Hutchinson at the helm.

 

The Stock

 

The stock was fairly divided even though Cullen spent months forming the corporation and he had used his money to achieve this. Each person received six thousand shares of stock, it was a closed corporation and was doing very well, each putting money into the bank every month as orders came in Canada and England but predominantly the US.

 

This rosy outlook didn’t last, Hutchinson began a series of questionable stock transfers aimed at creating operating capital, the long line of additions to the board of directors followed, at one point its ranked swelled to nine people some of whom had given Hitchinson money and some tied to him through his previous owned corporations. There was also the hard reality that the Beam Rays stock itself was practically worthless the company owned not patent on the devise that they manufactured, on its own the Beam Ray Machine UN-patentable.

 

The Secret

 

The problem was that anyone could build the Beam Ray Machine and once they had the frequencies they could go ahead. They needed to protect the frequencies from the user. Hoyland came up with a solution, he decided to hide the frequencies within the circuitry of the machines so that the dials would not indicate the true frequencies – with an N coded numeric equivalent and then he changed the way the machine generated the frequencies so that nosey engineers would be hard pressed to determine what was intended as an output, as it tuned out it was a bad idea.

 

As Rife pointed out, that when money comes in the door science goes out the window.

 

The Bad Apple and the Worm

 

Jason Ringas: ‘At some point in time Phillip Hoyland began making changes and modifications to the instruments that were fundamentally different then what Rife was doing and that’s when the machines began to fail to produce positive results and that’s also when the troubles in the Beam Ray corporation began.’

 

Bert Comparet: ‘Now there was friction developing in the company. They wanted a saleable instrument and Hoyland was making it junk. Hoyland began complaining that they weren’t bringing in the money enough selling these things and they were complaining; “We can’t sell those thing so they’ll stay sold. We had reason to believe, we felt, and we did believe, that this period of developing trouble was being brought on by Hoyland as part a scheme to freeze out the others…and which he must have had some cooperation from Hutchinson.’

 

This schism in the company became evident when a group of British doctors expressed interest in Rife’s work. Dr. Winton Gonin Physician to King George heard about the whole affair through Dr Couch, and associates of Rife’s, Gonin as his associates wanted to acquire a microscope and the Beam Ray device to take back to England for testing the contentious question became; is the British group dealing with the Beam Ray corporation or is it dealing with the Rife Research Laboratory.

When Gonin took back to London a couple of the Beam Ray machines he discovered that the machines did not work and on examination he discovered some of the wires were not even fastened correctly and the frequencies which they gave off were totally different than the frequencies which were claimed to cure disease.

 

Bert Comparet suspected this was an act of deliberate sabotage and that Hoyland and Hutchinson were working towards taking this over for themselves, if they could ease Rife out then they would have time to steal from each other but the first thing they wanted to do was get rid of poor unsuspecting Rife.

 

Enter Fishbein

(Some of you may remember Fishbein if you have read ‘Forbidden cures for cancer’ in the 1930’s he slandered, ridiculed and sabotaged Dr. Greenwold after he had found a cure for cancer and Fishbein being head of the medical association in America and head of the Medical Journal controlled it all.)

 

Ben Cullen: ‘Phillip Hoyland became disgusted with the whole deal because he was not getting what he thought was his fair share of the stock which was fairly divided amongst all of us, six thousand shares of stock, Hoyland didn’t think he was getting a satisfactory deal and was making trouble. The Hahn Reality Company, at the instigation of Fishbein, bribed Philip Hoyland to become a stooge.

As the primary editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association Morris Fishbein wielded enormous influence over medical progress over America through the first half of the twentieth century. Under his guidance and with his expansion of revenues from the journal, he converted the association from its well intentioned origins as a benevolent overseer of national medical ethics he knew a vast money making operation of questionable character.

 

P&G

Pfizer

Gsk

Merck

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Lilly

GlaxoSmithKline

Sandoz

Cardinal Health

 

Fishbein set up a system of so called kick backs a way of allowing rich corporations to buy favour with the prestigious Medical Journal through expensive advertising, biased reporting of client products and effective negative propaganda against competitors. If an alternative approach emerged that competed with hegemonie of a sanctioned practice then negative campaigns were orchestrated to destroy the competitor.

 

Michael Coyle: ‘Fishbein was a major contributor at holding people back, he basically wanted to be somebody, and he is, he became somebody, unfortunately he is infamous rather than famous.’

 

 

Rife on the findings of the America Medical Association.

 

Rife: ‘They come up with all this stuff of course anything the AMA doesn’t publish, why and sanction why that is no good but as far as I’m concerned there is no AMA there’s an American drug syndicate who tells those boys what they can do, those are the ones Mark Davies, Whitehall and a bunch of them they tell them what they can do. They buck it from one end to the other so that’s one reason why a person has to be decidedly careful on any statement that is made or claims. No I have never made statements of claims of cures that’s one of the worst things that you caould possible use – that one word: CURE. They hate that word as the Devil hates holy Water – this cure proposition.’

 

Michael Coyle: ‘ I want to give an example of the effect that Morris Fishbein on everyday society, if you go into thrift shops and places like that and look at the books they have in there, you often find very old text books that have been authored by Morris Fishbein I can tell you as a biological practitioner that a great deal of the information in them is just wrong, he helped people to such an old fashioned, outdated, dysfunctional paradigm in medicine that he created the death and suffering of untold numbers of people and by him interfering with Rife for his personal gain he compounded that even more.’

 

Jason Ringas: ‘The pattern that we have heard through other cases was, that whenever there was some new development within medicine that special interest grew such as the American Medical Association or foreign pharmaceutical companies they would buy it and put it on the shelves or they would buy it and monopolise it, either way they were in control.’

 

It began simply with a healed patient one among many, Dr. Hamer had been operating a frequency machine at his office for several years and with positive results. One of his most profound successes came from an eighty two year old man who was dying of a cancer that was eating away his jaw, six month of twice a week exposure to the Rife Ray saw a complete recovery. Fishbein heard about this case and got hold of the Hahn Realty Company in Los Angeles, the president of the Hahn Realty Company went down to San Diego and had several meetings with the Beam Ray Corporation and offered to buy into the company but Rife and his partners did not accept.

 

The Bribe

 

Jason Ringas: ‘From the reports we’ve heard, Hoyland admitted to accepting a ten thousand dollar bribe which during the depression and for someone that didn’t have any money was quite a sum of money and the reason why he accepted, he needed the money of course but the people that bribed him because they were unable to buy into the corporation by conventional means, they tried to get control of the company through Hoyland.’

‘Phillip Hoyland who was reported supported by agents of the AMA (American Medical Association) brought a lawsuit to have the directors of the corporation replaced and perhaps secure his own interest.’

 

Shortly after the Hahn brothers had given Hoyland a ten thousand dollar gift and just prior to the filing of his lawsuit a famous attorney (Aaron Sapiro) arrived in San Diego ostensibly to help Hoyland sort out the contracts they had with the British groups headed by Dr Gonin. Sapiro was famous for organising family farms across America into ‘Farming Collectives’ in the early 1920’s for which industrialist Henry Ford accused him in print of communism and conspiracy for which Sapiro then, (in the late 1920’s) sued Ford for libel…again making Sapiro famous. In the early 2930’s, Sapiro was indicted in Chicago with mobster Al Capone on racketeering charges. In the late 1930’s he was working, presumably semi-secretly, for the American Medical Association.

 

The British group wanted to sever its contracts with the Rife Beam Ray Corporation insisting that they only deal with Rife, Hoylands apparent subterfuge had soured them considerably. To see where they stood legally the board of directors let Sapiro go through their books and allowed him to examine the meetings of all past meetings. It was then that Sapiro told them that much of the activity that occurred in the company with regards to Hutchinson’s earlier transfers of stock was illegal. With Hoyland as his side Sapiro advised that, in order to save the company from impending litigation they must take action against Hutchinson and completely reorder the board of directors. Seeing this as a transparent attempt by Hoyland to take control of the company the directors declined Sapiro’s advice. At that point at the beginning of 1939, Phillip Hoyland filed suit against the directors themselves against dereliction of duty by refusing to act against C.R. Hutchinson. His lawyer in the trial would be Aaron Sapiro the actual hearings would begin in June, before that there would be five months depositions, affidavits and the filing of a counter suit against Hoyland. When the pre-trial motions began the first order of business for Sapiro was to subpoena Rife, this move forced Rife to cancel his long arranged plans to travel to England to spend time constructing Dr Gonin on the use of his equipment. Gonin’s group purchased several frequency machines and borrowed a microscope. Rife had sent his trusted assistant, Henry Siner to England where he resided for a year to recreate Rife’s method but they had gone as far as they could without Rife’s expertise for guidance and now because of the court case the English venture was critically delayed.

 

In a letter to Siner, Rife explains that Hoyland was adverse to Rife going to England and stated that Hoyland was claiming that he was the primary owner of the whole idea and has even made statements that he was the one that found the exact frequencies.

 

The delay in Rife’s departure was just long enough to allow for another wide ranging event to intervene and put a final end to the English venture with Dr Gonin, World War II broke out. In mid may as Siner was prepared to leave London after his year long stay at Gonin’s laboratory a disaster occurred back in America, Rife’s research associate and good friend Dr John Burnett lost his elaborate new laboratory in New Jersey in a devastating fire, the fire completely destroyed Dr Burnett’s lab and its contents marking an end to not only his own research but his long collaboration with Rife. Coincidently while the fire burned in New Jersey the Burnett’s were visiting Rife in San Diego, they were in California because Amelia Bridges had died. Amelia Bridges was Amelia Timkin, sister of Dr Burnett’s wife Cora Timkin. Amelia Bridges was also Rife’s main patron, over the years she and her brother had given Rife millions of dollars to build and operate his laboratory. With one final gift from Amelia’s will Rife would see his last taste of big money.

 

The Perfect Storm

 

Graham Smith Rife Research Group Canada: ‘1939 was the key year to the whole story, this is the year that Rife self destructs and is destroyed, 1939 the year of the trial he is forced to defend himself in this lawsuit and spends his energy and his time not in the lab but preparing for the trial, financially paying lawyers this is an inventors worst nightmare having to defend yourself and then being financially destitute at the end of it even though you win and Rife did in the end. The trial judge even looked at it and wanted Rife to counter suit, in 1939 you have World War two which started you have England suddenly at war, Rife has a couple if Beam Ray tubes of over there, suddenly transatlantic trade is curtailed and its very difficult to get any kind of information and materials back and forth and also in 1939 Amelia Bridges died which is something as an inventor I could totally understand, this was his business angel, a person helping him out all the time when he was in trouble; financially, emotionally and suddenly all three of these things coallest together kind of like a perfect storm and he’s left destitute after all of it and he became an alcoholic and as everyone knows it’s the drug that will destroy any human being.’

 

The stress of the trial which lasted a year, being on the witness stand and being constantly badgered by lawyers all took its toll on poor Rife who was a nervous wreck, he took to alcohol to calm himself down but actually ended up making him appear more nervous. Like most trials its not about truth and justice.

 

The court hearings began on June 5th 1939, Aaron Sapiro prosecutor for the plaintiff Phillip Hoyland and San Diego trial lawyer Bertrand Comparet defended the Beam Ray Corporation, both parties had waved on the jury and Judge Edward Kelly who presided over the case would make the final decision. First before the court was Saprio who laid out Hoylands complaint declaring that the affairs of the company had become muddles and confused due to the questionable activities of Mr Hutchinson their general manager. Sapiro charged that Hutchinson had taken loans from various associates based upon the issuance of stock at some time in the future when they were licensed for such a transfer, they the charged that Hutchinson kept fife hundred dollars of this money for himself, the solution argued the prosecution was to send the company into receivership to forcefully replace the board of directors with a group more amenable to Hoyland’s belief in how the company should be run. Comparet’s answer to these charges was to argue that Hoyland knew all about these transfers and stock and money at the time they were happening it was all up front and out in the open and recorded in the minutes of the meetings of the Bean Ray’s Corporation, meetings which Hoyland attended and whose signature was affixed to the record in question, further all the current board of directors of the company had written affidavits opposing Hoyland action which was supposedly on behalf of the company and it was finally stated that, if there was any discord, strife or illegality it was coming from the activities of Phillip Hoyland and no one else. Judge Kelly who was fascinated with the case decided that a full hearing was needed to get at all the particulars and ordered them to proceed.

Meanwhile, outside the courtroom a different drama was unfolding in the clinics and offices of a certain group of doctors.

 

Crackdown

 

Ben Cullen: ‘Anyone that had a Beam Ray was told to get rid of it there and then, as soon as we started our case in court, In Judge Kelly’s court – or else lose his membership in the A.M.A (American Medical Association) and that’s what forced Dr. Hamer out of it and of course he returned his two machines back to us and we had to cover him on his expenses. But that of course took place with all of them. That’s what shut us down.’

 

Henry Stiner: ‘The American Medical Association stepped in and began to dispute all of the work that we had done and we had quite a battle with them – such a terrific battle that Dr. Rife completely backed away because he is not a business man or a fighter – he is a scientist.’

 

The Judges verdict on the case was made on the 6th of December 1939, Philip Hoyland lost the case and was ordered to pay the costs and to the defendants, no one received a penny from Hoyland. Judge Kelly also saw the Fishbein was trying to cause trouble when there really was no trouble there, all the information was made available during the trial by the various doctors; Johnson, Milbank, Rosenow, Gruner, Kendall and Doctor Couche.

 

Sapiro was a lawyer that Fishbein sent to help Hoyland and the judge offered to fight them and was in an out and out deal with the American Medical Association. The judge even offered to defend Ben Cullen but he was broke and so tired from it all that he took some tools of his and went and worked at Convair in the machine shop.

 

Due to Rife’s eyes deteriorating from the long hours of concentration on his work he was ordered by his Doctor to limit the amount of work he did otherwise he was told he would go blind within a few years. In the Rife decided to quit his work

 

Beam Ray Residue

 

The threats and intimidation by the AMA upon doctors using the frequency instrument were not completely successful, there was still a core of doctors close to Milbank Johnson who continued treating their patients with frequencies. Dr Johnson was too politically powerful for coercive tactics, apparently Morris Fishbein was careful about who’s toes he stepped on but Dr Johnson’s influence ended in 1944 when he died in hospital during a sudden illness.

 

Rife:’Dr’Johnson picked him (Dr Couche) out to finish up with some of these patients that wasn’t quite through yet, that was very good. Dr Johnson died. Two weeks later after Dr Johnson died they came to the doctor, (Dr Couche) and said he belonged to the County Board and all this and the other, they said, “ You can’t use that thing (Beam Ray) any more. We’re going to throw you out of the Country Board if you keep on using that thing.” Incidentally we had five cases then of tuberculosis in the Volcano Home over there and they were coming along in pretty good shape, so the doctor (Couche) said,

“Alright, it don’t make no difference.” He said, “You take my County Board away from me, I don’t care. But I’m going to finish up on these patients,” which he did.

 

After Dr. Johnson died most of the doctors moved away from Rife and the machines that cured people, like scared rabbits with tails between their legs they disappeared.

 

Graham Smith: ‘1946 the year Rife is forced to close his lab, during the war he descended into alcoholism and by the end of 1946 he crated up his lab and it was no longer was a functioned facility, that’s a critical point because he can’t continue his experimentation, he can’t show the techniques he was working on were valid. He did most of his research in the 1930’s he had cured cancer, yet ten years later he’s irrelevant. It must have been a huge blow for him.’

 

 

John Crane -The Other Engineer

The Cycle Repeats

 

Jason Ringas: ‘In 1950 an engineer by the name of John Crane came into contact with Rife through a piece of drafting equipment that he wanted to purchase from him and in hearing Rife tell his story he was so impressed that he decided to devote his life to furthering this work and trying to bring it to the people so they would benefit.’

 

Bert Comparet: ‘Now, later when John Crane came into the thing, Crane had a pretty good analytical mind alright, he is stubborn as hell, he’s his own worst enemy but he has a good mind.’

 

John Crane was a mechanical engineer who befriended Rife and after becoming familiar with the fruits of Rife’s genius began thinking of ways of exploiting them. Within a few years Crane had developed a partnership with Rife, ‘Life Lab Inc’ its purpose, to develop and market Rife’s inventions and there were other people involved most notably another engineer named John Marsh

 

Graham Smith: ‘Now this is good and bad in many ways, good that Rife found a champion who believes in him, allows him to continue in his work but bad in the fact that Crane is not a scientist, he’s an amateur, bad in the fact that you haven’t got a Timkin’s who’s supplying you with a million dollar lab and he’s not working with the Kendal’s of the world, he’s now working with amateurs and what they’re doing is trying to commercialise Rife’s previous inventions and it doesn’t work out nearly as well as it could have.’

 

In the mid 1970’s a few years after Rife’s death, Dr John Hubbard travelled to San Diego to get a fuller picture about what happened to the Rife’s microscopes and possibly even track one down. He met separately with Ben Cullen, Bert Camparet, Henry Siner and other but he finally found what he was looking for when he arrived at John Cranes house what he found out before he got there was that most people who were friends of Rife did not approve of Crane and his influence. It was John Crane who had inherited all of Rife’s Estate and after Rife died Crane became very litigious about who owned Rife’s inventions.

 

Dr John Hubbard: ‘I’m sorry that I was so naïve back in those early years, I didn’t realise the importance of money and the desire to get money with this process but that’s the whole thing, Crane was interested in this for the money he could get out of it and Rife was only interested in the science of it.’

 

Jason Ringas: ‘Well Crane certainly had the zeal to continue on Rife’s research and bring it forward but he didn’t really have the knowledge and understanding that really would have been required and his interests were partially clouded by commercial interest in trying to produce this commercially rather than focusing on the science.

 

Dr. Hubbard: ‘Siner was a vice president and had very responsible positions in the business world there, and I openly was tape recording all of these interviews and I noticed Siner would be very quiet and I was wondering whether he was trying to not say anything that my tape recorder would pick up that could possibly put him in illegal jeopardy, he knew I would be seeing Crane and would be going out there but Siner was very bitter in his quiet way about Crane. He blamed Crane for keeping and advancing Rife’s being an alcohol and that was the real basis for Siner’s intensity, he was very quiet and very intense at disapproval of Crane. Apparently for Rife to get the money to buy alcohol he would borrow it from Crane and Crane took equipment for security for sale.

 

Monkeying With The System

 

Jason Ringas: ‘At the beginning of the 1960’s John Crane came up with the idea of taking the variable audio frequencies that were operating in the original type of Rife machines and he thought of applying that directly to the body through metal plates and thereby completely changed the design and the principle of the Rife instrument

 

Crane and Marsh wishing to focus exclusively on developing their own modified devices gave the original Rife machines to various doctors who wanted to use them clinically, one such physician was Robert Stafford of Dayton Ohio.

 

Robert Stafford M.D, (Dayton Ohio): ‘The machine we used was the one John Marsh brought from California and it was the actual machine that Mr Rife allegedly had loaned to John Crane and he had a couple of machines and Marsh took one of those and brought it out here.’

 

The Paradigm Police make their move

 

Whereas Rife was assailed by a single corrupt individual in a position of immense power, Cranes foray in to using frequencies to heal disease was assailed by the full weight of a government bureaucracy. Morris Fishebein was deposed from his position in the AMA as medical dictator by an assembly of directors who, tired of his corruption unceremoniously ousted him in 1949. Meanwhile the Food and Drug Administration had taken up the mantle of policing the proliferation of so called ‘quack’ medical devices to the FDA who was intent on preserving the supremacy of the medical status quo, the frequency devices were a crime that needed to be stopped.

 

 

Dr Stafford gets a visit

 

Robert Stafford: ‘I was practising medicine, I had Wednesday afternoons every third one, and one afternoon an FDA man called identified himself, “ I hear you’re working with a machine that treats people.” I said “I have a machine that treats some patients yes”, “Could I see you and see the machine?” I said “yes”, “When can I meet with you?” he said, I said, “the only time I can meet with you would be in the dining room of my home on a Wednesday,” and he said, “Alright I’ll be there.” So he came and I brought down my portfolio of data, papers, research and I laid it out on my dining room table and I explained this is what we did, that’s what we did. He said, “ I would like you to give me that machine.” And I said, “Well I can’t give you that machine because it isn’t mine to give because its on loan.” And he said, “Well, do you want me to take you before federal court before the judge because you refuse to cooperate?” and I said, “That’ll be fine, I’d be glad to go before the federal court and tell you everything I have told you and tell them in the court, look at the exposure we would have, tremendous, take me if you want, you’re not going to get the machine.” “Well can you lend me a couple of the papers you’ve shown me?” I said, “If you sign your name and sign your life away for each paper OK.” So he disappeared and took the papers and I heard nothing more and pretty soon I got a pamphlet back with the papers, no covering letter, no thank you, no nothing he just returned every one of them.”

 

“The thing that bugs me is that people think the FDA is protecting them. It isn’t. What the FDA is doing and what people think it is doing are as different as night and day.” FDA Commissioner Dr. Herbert Ley

 

The Set Up:

Protecting the Public or Entrapping the Competition?

 

Bert Comparet describes the FDA’s shift from Stafford to Crane: ‘They had some harmless looking housewives who they had hired for this job and fitted with wireless microphones and down at the end of the block here were state men in a van with their recording equipment taking it down. So I remember one tape: here was Marsh in his own voice clear as could be saying, “This instrument will not only cure every known disease, it will cure some we haven’t yet discovered.”

 

Raid

 

Bert Comparet; ‘Now what they did, they went in like plain, plundering thieves and took whatever the thought the man might want and they could thereby deprive him of. Now for example, one of the things that John Crane had was a Hewlitt-Packard frequency counter, which reads out numerically, that device wasn’t used to treat anybody that was simply used by him to calibrate his own devices and it was utterly unlawful to seize that, but they took it on the theory, “Well we’ve got public money to defend it – you go sue us at your own expense.”

 

Michael Coyle – Microscopist – NuLife Sciences, California: ‘These days the FDA has been overturned by the Life Extension Foundation for instance, the Life Extension Foundation had the FDA come in and confiscate all their products trying to put them out of business which was their usually tactics at that time to do that with alternative people and the Life Extension Foundation stood up and found funding went after them, beat them in court, won an award got all their products back, you know this is a different day and age.’ This was the early nineties.

 

“I think every doctor should know the shocking state of affair. We discovered they, (the FDA) failed to effectively regulate the large manufacturers and powerful interests while recklessly persecuting small manufacturers. The FDA is harassing small manufacturers and doctors…and betrays the public.” U.S Senator Edward V. Long

 

 

In 1961, it did not go as well for either Crane or Marsh

 

Bert Comparet: ‘But here in the stand he had to admit to himself, he and Marsh had gone there and operated the instrument to give treatment and neither of them had an M.D license, so that was that. That’s why John Crane swerved his time.’

 

Both John Crane and John Marsh were sentenced to ten years in prison. Upon incarceration John Crane immediately began to study law. Acting as his own lawyer he mounted a successful appeal for his early release two years into his sentence.

He then applied the same appeal process to John Marsh’s case and helped secure his early release.

 

 

Rife: What we wish in this work is end results but the adverse conditions that we work under is terrific, (meaning bad). When I die there is a possibility that someone will say, well there’s a man to do something, that’s all but I work sincerely and honestly over fifty years at the work.

Rife died on August 5th, 1971 at a hospital in a Mexican border town. His heart finally gave out.

 

On December 23rd of that same year President Nixon signed the “National Cancer Act” into law.

 

The American “War on Cancer” had begun,

 

Soon there would be more people working in the cancer industry than people suffering from the disease. And cancer incidents continue to climb.

 

No amount of historical gymnastics can hide the public record of AMA opposition to virtually every major health reform in the past fifty years. The AMA has turned into a propaganda organ purveying “medical politics” for deceiving the congress, the people and the doctors of America themselves.”

U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy (1971)

 

 

We labor under the fatal delusion that no disease can be cured without medicine. This has been responsible for more mischief to mankind than any other evil. Disease increases in the proportion to the increase in the number of doctors in a place.”

Mahatma Gandhi (1965)

 

Every one should know that the “war on cancer” is largely a fraud, and that the NCI (National Cancer Institute) and the ACS (American Cancer Society) are derelict in their duties to the American people who support them”

Linus Pauling, Nobel Laureate

 

 

 

The American Cancer Program is a bunch of crap. The American public is being sold a nasty bill of goods about cancer.

James Watson, Nobel Laureate (co-discoverer of DNA double-helix)

 

 

“Medical mankind in particular, were supposed to be waiting the advent of some new scientific discovery concerning the nature of cancer. The physical martyrdom was lacking; but there is, as I can testify from experience, many more ways than one of burning a scientific man at the stake,”

John Beard D.Sc. (1911)

 

 

Rife: ‘There are so many of these different types of ailments pertaining to human disease and animals that they’re absolutely too numerous to mention and as we go through them and study them and photograph them, study their life cycle and development we know their incubation period, so that is something that will have to be carried out by technicians and other workers beside myself, now we have gone through, and as I have said I have worked at this for over fifty years, I have worked sincerely and honestly, I have never attempted in anyway to fool myself its very easy to do to fool oneself when he works a long time on a particular project and he looks hours and hours a day through the tube of a microscope he can imagine a great many things that he does not see but the work is encouraging and its something that can be carried on with the improvement and advancement of scientific instruments that we have at the present time that will carry us farther into the field of endeavour and we hope sincerely that what little we have done thus far will be a stepping stone for the great field of workers and scientists in the future.’

 

Royal Raymond Rife May 16th 1880 – August 5th 1971

The man and genius who cured cancer and to whom we owe so much to.

 

 

This was written, produced and directed by Shawn Montgomery from the programme, The Rise and Fall of a Scientific Genius

Information on Rife and the continued work;

http://www.rife.org/

http://riferesearch.org/

Contacts and information for Essiac Tea, Bicarbonate of soda treatment and information;

http://www.essiacinfo.org/

http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/video-simoncini.html#

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I will be checking the transcript for, ‘Forbidden Cures for Cancer‘ and will be adding this in the next few days.

Thank you

Denise Tansley