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Modern Day Rife Technology

This paper was written so that the average person who knows nothing about Rife type instruments can make an informed decision. We will not call any instruments, Rife instruments or Rife machines, because there are no true Rife instruments today. Rife’s been dead for some 35 years and the last instruments built under his direction were built in the 1950’s. Most people who hear about Dr. Rife and how his instrument cured terminally ill cancer patients in 1934 have been led to believe that today’s instruments are the same as the instrument used in that clinic which produced those amazing results. They only find out later that the instruments today do not work anywhere near the same way. Today’s instruments do not use the same frequencies or the same waveform. The instrument Rife used in the 1934 clinic used very high (RF) radio frequencies. Almost all instruments built today use only low audio frequencies that have never worked as well as Rife’s high frequencies.

In order to use an instrument built on Rife’s 1930’s principles would require the use of a faraday cage. A faraday cage stops radio frequencies that would interfere with radio stations. Rife’s original equipment output, through a ray tube, frequencies mostly in the AM band which will cause interference with radio stations. The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) will not allow this today. Rife did all of his high frequency work in the 1920’s and 30’s and there are no instruments built today that work on the exact principles he used at that time. The FCC was not created by Congress until 1935 and really didn't object to the type of instruments Rife built until about 1940. At this time AM radio stations started expanding all over the United States and the world. As the laws changed so did Rife’s frequency instruments. During the 1940’s and 50’s his ray tube instruments were eventually restricted to using just low audio frequencies on a fixed carrier frequency instead of high frequencies on many variable carrier frequencies. These changes in the 40’s and 50’s also made Rife’s instruments less effective than his earlier instruments built in the 20’s and 30’s. When I purchased my first instrument I did not understand what I have just explained. I believed I had an instrument that worked exactly the same way Rife’s instrument did in the 1934 clinic. The people who sold me the instrument didn’t even know that their machine wasn’t built as the instrument used in this clinic. It is apparent that the majority of the people who sell instruments today do not understand this either. Those who manufacture instruments seem to be oblivious also. In this article we will always point out whether an instrument does or does not output Rife’s high RF frequencies.

What needs to be pointed out here is all modern instruments built today are mostly patterned after the 1950’s AZ-58 built by Verne Thompson for Life Labs. Life Labs was formed by Rife, John Crane and John Marsh in the 1950’s in order to rebuild Rife’s frequency instruments and make them available to doctors and anyone else that may want to use them. In this paper we will not name the different instruments built today, but rather describe them as to how close they conform to the less effective AZ-58 style ray tube instrument. In this way we can stay unbiased and give reliable information to you the reader. There are two types of Ray tube instruments built today; those that use a carrier frequency and those that do not use a carrier frequency. In this paper we will divide them into two categories, those with a carrier frequency and those without a carrier. Below are photos of some original AZ-58’s.

Original AZ-58 Original AZ-58

Original AZ-58

Life Labs also built a pad type instrument in 1957. This instrument came in contact with the body through pads and delivered the frequencies to the body. Rife was very skeptical about this new instrument built by John Crane and John Marsh. He had every reason to be skeptical about it. The pad instrument at this time did not have any track record behind it. It would take several years of testing before they would really know if it would work as well as the AZ-58. The AZ-58 had an (RF) radio carrier frequency that carried the square wave audio frequencies deep into the cells of the body. The pad instrument was developed from a standard off the shelf frequency generator which had no radio frequency carrier. Time eventually showed that the pad instrument, without the carrier frequency, did work very well. Dr. Robert P. Stafford who used both instruments, the AZ-58 and the pad instrument said he preferred the power of the AZ-58 because he got better results.

A carrier frequency was eventually put into some pad instruments a few years ago which allowed the power levels to be increased substantially and make it so the instrument works on the same principles as the AZ-58. Many who have used them report they work just as well as the ray tube instruments.

In this article we will separate pad instruments into two categories, those with a carrier frequency and those without. The first photo below is of the first pad instrument built in 1957 by John Marsh and John Crane. The other pad instrument was built in the 1960’s by John Crane. Both of these instruments were just off the shelf frequency generators with the face plates changed. Neither instrument had a carrier frequency.

Pad Type Instrument

Pad Type Instrument

Standard off the shelf frequency generators will work just as well as these instruments. Today those who build modern Rife technology build far more sophisticated instruments with more power and programming capabilities that allow for pre-programmed frequency sets. They are generally very easy to use.

Modern Ray Tube Instruments

As mentioned before there are basically two different types of ray tube instruments today. Those that use a carrier frequency and those that do not use one. We will discuss first the type that uses a carrier frequency.

This type of instrument will be very easy to locate on the internet. For a modern ray tube instrument it is the closest to the AZ-58 of any of the ray tube instruments built at the present time. It uses a 27.12 megahertz carrier frequency which is its signature feature. When looking for one just ask if it has a 27 megahertz (27 million cycles per second) carrier frequency. The square wave audio frequencies which were used in the AZ-58 are modulated onto the carrier frequency. Modulation is basically piggy backing of a lower frequency onto a higher frequency. This type of instrument uses all of the square wave audio frequencies used in the AZ-58 and more. These additional audio frequencies used by all Rife type instruments today are frequencies that Rife did not use in his instrument. These frequencies have been found and used by many people over about 45 years since the 1950’s. As with all modern ray tube instruments this one does not output Rife’s original high frequencies because it has to stay within the FCC regulations. The power output of this type of instrument ranges from about 100 to 300 watts. Many people use this type of instrument and are very happy with it. The different manufacturers of this type of instrument have different features for their particular instrument and use different ray tubes. Rife used a phanotron ray tube with his instruments but many instruments today use different styles of ray tubes.

EM type ray tube instrument

The next type of ray tube instrument is also very easy to find on the internet. These instruments do not use a carrier frequency. They use coils which produce high voltage to light the ray tube. This method produces a high electromagnetic field. The electromagnetic field acts like a carrier for the audio frequencies. These instruments are generally referred to as EM Rife type instruments. Though this method was never used by Rife it nevertheless works very well. This type of instrument also uses the same audio frequencies used in the AZ-58 along with many of the other audio frequencies later found. Because it has a limit of about 10,000 hertz it cannot output many of the audio frequencies that have been found to be useful since the 1950’s. Many people divide the higher audio frequencies down in octave steps and use a harmonic frequency with very good results. This type of instrument cannot output Rife’s high RF frequencies. There are many manufacturers of these instruments. Some have stronger EM fields than others which some feel makes them work better. These instruments come with different features and ray tubes according to the various manufacturers.

Modern Pad instruments

There are several different types of pad instruments. Only three have carrier frequencies. Of these three instrument one, in our opinion, does not output enough power to really discuss here. It is used to output frequencies to many ray tube instruments and is best suited there. Of the two we will discuss only one can output both the low audio frequencies and Rife’s high RF frequencies. The reason that pad instruments can output Rife’s high frequencies is because they do not use a ray tube. As you may recall ray tubes can broadcast Rife’s high frequencies far enough to interfere with radio stations. Pad instruments do not have this problem because the person who holds on to the pads or hand cylinders becomes the antenna. The body does not make a very good broadcasting antenna and no radio station interference is created. Because of this, a pad instrument can be built to output Rife’s high RF frequencies. Most manufacturers of pad instruments only build instruments that output the low audio frequencies used in the AZ-58 along with the other audio frequencies mentioned earlier. With this explanation we will now discuss the many different pad type Rife instruments.

Modern Pad Instruments With Carrier Frequencies

We will now discuss the first pad instrument that uses a carrier frequency. It can output the same audio frequencies used in the AZ-58 along with the other audio frequencies found later. It also has the ability to output Rife’s high RF frequencies. This is the only pad instrument built with this capability. It is very easy to find on the web. It has several signature features which include a 2.4 megahertz (2.4 million cycles per second) carrier frequency and the ability to output eight audio frequencies simultaneously. It can also output two high frequencies to 20 megahertz (20 million cycles per second).

The audio frequencies are modulated onto the fixed 2.4 megahertz carrier frequency for better penetration. This instrument uses the same AM modulation used in the AZ-58 instrument for the square wave audio frequencies. It also has an optional amplifier that will increase the power level up to about 10 watts. Pad instruments do not need as much power as ray tube instruments because once you come in contact with the body it takes less power to do the same job.

The second pad instrument that uses a carrier frequency is kind of unique in that it can use either metal hand cylinders or small ray tube hand cylinders. This is its signature feature. It is hard to miss the little ray tube hand cylinders when you look for it on the internet. It uses a carrier frequency of about .2 megahertz (200,000 cycles per second). It also uses the square wave audio frequencies used in the AZ-58 and the other audio frequencies. It can not output Rife’s high RF frequencies.

Pad Instruments Without Carrier Frequencies

There are so many pad instruments that do not use carrier frequencies that we will talk about them in a general category. All use the square wave audio frequencies that were used in the AZ-58 and the other later audio frequencies if their frequency range goes high enough. Some are limited to about 10,000 cycles per second while others go to 40,000 cycles per second. The most versatile of these pad instruments shows the exact frequencies you are using and allows you to program in any frequency you wish within their frequency range. Many are pre-programmed with many frequency sets. The power of these instruments is limited to the ability of the person who is using it to tolerate the electrical current. While these instruments are outputting the frequencies a person feels a tingling on their skin. If you use too much power the muscles in the arms will tighten up and begin to hurt. The manufacturers of these instruments limit their power so this seldom happens to those who use them.

There are a group several pad instruments that use codes for frequencies and are limited because of this. These instruments generally only have about 256 codes which represent frequencies. Most people do not want to be limited to codes because it makes it impossible to use any new frequencies that may be found. There are frequency lists out there on web sites that have several hundred frequencies that can be used for many different problems. Many people who have purchased these instruments find out later about their limited capability and end up buying another instrument with a greater frequency range. These instruments that use codes are built by several manufacturers and are all basically the same except for the case they are in. The fact that codes are used for frequencies are their signature feature which makes them easy to recognize out of all the pad instruments on the internet. None of the pad instruments without carrier frequencies can output Rife’s high RF frequencies.

Pricing of Instruments

Price does not determine the quality of an instrument. Price ranges on instruments vary and sometimes make no rhyme or reason. Some of the simplest instruments have the highest prices. It is definitely buyer beware. Ray tube instruments are generally more expensive than pad instruments.

When I first learned about Rife I wish I had had this information so I could have made an informed decision. Since we produced the Rife documentaries on this web site I felt that this information should be available for anyone looking at purchasing some form of Rife type instrument. Most people will watch the documentaries and wrongly think that any instrument on the market will work like Rife’s instrument did in the 1934 clinic. Only later will they find out that this is not true.

There are those who say on their web sites that their instruments are the only true Rife machines approved by Rife. They also claim they are the only true heirs of Rife technology. There are no true heirs of Rife’s technology and don’t be fooled by this type of sales hype. When Rife died in 1971 both John Crane and John Marsh were building instruments separately. John Marsh was living in Utah and John Crane was in California. When John Marsh died he left all of his equipment and papers to his nurse. They had become close friends while she took care of him before he died in 1987. Because she now has his documents and equipment does this make her the only true heir of Rife technology? When John Crane died in 1995 many people received some of his paperwork and instruments. Does this make them the only true heirs? This is why there is no true heir to Rife’s technology. I have often wondered who out of all these people do we choose as Rife’s heir. Rife’s technology is now in public domain and anyone can do with it what they wish. There are no true heirs.

When you go searching on the internet for Rife type instruments you will see Rife’s name on many of them. Rife said on the Rife CDs, advertised for sale on this site, he didn’t want his name put on any instruments because he couldn’t be sure they were building an instrument to his standards. Keep in mind that 99% of all instruments on the market are built on the technology of the AZ-58 that used only low audio frequencies. Not Rife’s high RF frequencies that produced the results of the 1934 clinic. Look at features when considering equipment. Do not believe all the foolish claims. All of the Rife type technology instruments use square wave audio frequencies. Regardless of what people say, there really is no difference in the waveforms they output. Frequency range and features are the important thing to look for. If an instrument can output all of the frequencies that Rife used then you may be happier with it in the long run. The use of a carrier frequency is also an important feature to look for. We suggest that you also read the paper on this site titled “History Of Rife’s Instrument and Frequencies”. It will give you a better understanding of how Rife’s instruments worked and the frequencies he used.