What Are Frequency Devices
A frequency generator is a research instrument used by practitioners, clinical researchers, and private researchers alike, in an attempt to influence the body in making chemical changes. Frequency generators work on the principle of sympathetic resonance, which states that if there are two similar objects and one of them is vibrating, the other will begin to vibrate as well, even if they are not touching. In the same way that a sound wave can induce resonance in a crystal glass, and ultra-sound can be used to break up kidney stones, it is believed by many doctors and researchers that frequencies can be generated, using sympathetic resonance to stimulate organ function or physically vibrate offending bacteria, viruses and parasites, resulting in their elimination from the body.
The first modern publication on the subject of frequencies was by Nikola Tesla in 1890. Later, in the 1920's and 30's, Raymond Royal Rife is the man who began exploring this phenomena as it relates to people and the pathogens that make us ill. He built a microscope that used light to actually see these microscopic invaders with his own eyes. He watched, while applying sound in the radio frequency range in an attempt to create a sympathetic resonance for each sample. Later, in the 1990's cellular physicist, Hulda Clark PhD, also applied this science to uncover and "map out" the unique bio-frequencies generated by hundreds of parasites and bacteria that she found inside our bodies. Rather than light, she uncovered these frequencies by sound, by using a "listening device" of her own design (The Syncrometer). Her work helped to further support the validity of applied bio-resonance science.
Audio vs Radio Frequencies
In a nutshell, Radio Frequencies are higher than Audio Frequencies. The science seems to say more power and more cycles per second (frequency) allow the signal to penetrate more deeply. The first known frequencies from the 20's and 30's were in the millions of hertz range. So why do most of the instruments built today only use low audio frequencies when original frequencies were much higher? The FCC (Federal Communication Commission) is the reason why. In 1935 Congress created the FCC and by 1936 they began to regulate the airwaves. Before 1935 there were no regulations to prevent Dr. Rife from using his high frequencies output through a ray tube. The frequencies output through the ray tube would travel about 12 miles in each direction from his laboratory.
In early designs, a radio frequency was used to "carry" the new lower audio frequencies into the body.
In the 1950s, people continued to build this lower audio frequency instrument, using simple off-the-shelf technology of the day. From this time on, Dr. Rife’s original high frequencies were no longer used in any of the equipment, nor were his RF carrier waves used. Most of today’s modern frequency generators are patterned after these early 50's style instruments.
Without the RF carrier frequency, they couldn’t get the same harmonics and penetration as the earlier ray tube instruments. A very simplified way to think of this is this: when you hear a song on the radio, it is audio frequencies that you are hearing. However, these audio frequencies are brought to your radio by a radio frequency, or "carrier wave". The audio frequencies are "piggy backed" onto the radio frequencies.
There are dozens of web sites that will tell you how their “Rife Machine” works like Dr. Rife’s machines did. From site to site everyone has a different opinion making it almost impossible for anyone to know how Dr. Rife’s original instruments worked. This confusion makes it almost impossible to choose the correct machine to purchase.
The following videos will help you to understand how the "Rife Frequency Machines" started and what they are.
frequency units on their patients
For further information on a Frequency unit that we use, call:
(tell them you saw it here)