Plasma, Pad, and Related Devices
This status report made by Paul Jone to the Rife listserver discusses some of
the more popular bioelectronic devices being used.
STATUS REPORT 1-25-02
Plasma, Pad, and Related Devices.
The original Rife Device documentation revealed that it was successful in overcoming cancer. Efforts to duplicate the device have been ongoing. Many question remain as to the device's construction and operation remain.
The development of the Rife/Bare, R/B, plasma tube device by James Bare and other Pad and similar devices are known for their effectiveness against bacterial and viral infections.
Jim Bare and Don Tunney have enabled the Rife technology to be available to the International community. Both Jim Bare and Don Tunney have web sites, so you can contact them for additional information regarding their research.
Reports of success with various devices with cancer are numerous, but very little documentation has been presented. All reporting is anecdotal.
Both Jim Bare and Don Tunney have stated that the R/B will not cure cancer. Results have demonstrated that this technology can extend one's life and relieve much physical pain and suffering. However, some reports still drift in regarding the successful battle against cancer with this technology.
Some volunteers who have had conventional surgery to debulk the tumor and Chemo, and Radiation therapy have experienced positive effects with the R/B and other devices. Some successful reports involved lymphoma, pancreatic cancer, abdominal cancer, and lung cancer, etc.
Cancer volunteers using the R/B after surgery have benefited, because tumor reduction does not have to be the major problem. Often tumor activity is interrupted, but tumor reduction does not necessarily follow.
Many cancer volunteers have benefited from these devices in that the tumors were slowed or halted. Most volunteers experienced an improvement in their physical well being and extension of their lives as a result of using this technology.
The cancer annotated frequency list, CAFL, list located on Brian McInturff's web page has proven to be a fruitful list for most Rife researchers. The list is long, but there is a program, "FREX" that can be found and downloaded from the Internet "CAMBRONE" that makes its use easy as a lookup program. One can add additional frequencies and edit the comment and frequency entries easily. Ken Uzzell of "CAMBRONE" provides the program as a free download. It is approx. 3MB, so it will take a while to download.
Charlene Bohme has contributed the DNA derived frequency technology, which enables one to determine a frequency for a microorganism from a published DNA list on the Internet
The latest device the FSCAN, determines many frequencies that have beneficial results when the frequencies are induced through two Gold plated handholds or used with an R/B, EMEM 2,3, 3D or other devices. The FSCAN can scan from 10 to 2,999,999 Hz. Reports are sparse, but so far, it does appear that the FSCAN can determine specific required freqs to eliminate problems.
Frequency generators for use with this technology are constantly being developed and are getting smaller and more user-friendlier. Laptops are also being used with good results. Desktops are also used for non-portable type applications.
The method of induction of frequencies can vary depending upon the type of device, but they all appear to be effective. The use of frequencies has been well established for killing pathogenic microorganisms. Reports of successful results are becoming more frequent, but detailed data type reports are lacking. Almost all types of devices are successful to some degree against bacteria and viruses, but cancer remains the big challenge. Everyone who is doing research in this area is encouraged to make detailed reports as to the type of equipment and the protocols used. Proper diagnosis is important to be able to confirm actual results so other may benefit. The controversy of how these devices accomplish the job continues and although no one has been able to precisely define or determine the mechanism, they are effective within limits.
The complexity of the problem remains to be the big hurdle. Time is the big factor that reveals the truth. Standard medical techniques are failing and costly as well as many other methods. However, with the continuing progress with this technology we are moving closer to the answer.
We need to continue to work together and share the successes each are experiencing.
With the present rate of death and suffering from disease and other causes, there is plenty of room for all types of technologies and devices.
Pad devices, which are essentially a John Crane development has also been successful for many physical conditions. The pad device was developed to overcome the problems of the usage of the plasma tube and RF. By definition a PAD device is not an original Rife plasma device.
Rife used frequencies in the MHz range. Presently, both the R/B and pad devices use audio frequencies between 1 and 10,000 Hz.
Rife reported the frequency for the cancer BX virus as 11,780,000 Hz. The reduction to audio level is 2876 Hz. The reported cancer frequency for the R/B and Pad devices is 2128 Hz. The original prime wave used by Rife was a sine wave. The progression of the techniques and Crane development found that a square wave and associated harmonics were more effective.
Hulda Clark's original research used the sine wave and her reported frequency range into hundreds of thousands of Hz. The Clark Zapper employs a square wave between 20K to 40K Hz. The Zapper is well known for its effective results. It is small, lightweight and low in cost. It can be carried in a purse or pocket. It uses handholds or wristbands.
Recently, several researchers reported that the MHz frequencies were effective against cancer. Additional research is being conducted to substantiate the results. Frequency generators are available that go as high as 20 MHz to generate the required frequencies.
The actual method of induction does not appear to be critical with regard to the effectiveness of the device. The output of many devices varies and they are reported to be effective.
Plasma tube and Pad devices have established themselves among Rife researchers and thousands of volunteers have benefited from their use.
Pad devices are also reported to be successful with cancer as well as other type of devices.
The development of the Doug electromagnetic coil device was reported to have been successful in eliminating Lyme disease.
Dr Henry Lai, Prof. at University of Washington presented a paper at the Rife 2000 conference in Edmonton, Alberta on the destruction of malaria parasites with magnetic flux. Dr Lai showed how iron ingested by the parasite from red blood cells respond to the magnetic flux, 4 Hz, and are heated and destroyed. He also stated that breast cancer cells require iron to metastasize. Thus they should also respond to the magnetic flux.
The electromagnetic coil device could be employed to combat breast cancer. Research in this area is progressing. The complexity of cancer and related or contributory factors require that a proper diagnostics be performed prior, during, and following any research. Proper nutritional considerations must be employed. Also, herbal uses are a powerful tool against all disease and must be considered.
Dan Tracy developed an EMEM, electromagnetic experimental machine, from the Doug electromagnetic coil device. It also has been reported to be successful in eliminating Lyme disease. The unit presently weighs approx. 90 lb.
Further development of the EMEM progressed to the EMEM 2, which had straight argon plasma tube, driven by an ignition coil and a 555 timer. The EMEM 2 was a hands-on unit. The EMEM 3 utilized a Phanotron tube with helium at 75 torr and it did not require hands-on. The EMEM 3D, a unit that has a Phanotron tube with helium gas at 15 or 75 torr. The EMEM 3D has been successful in many applications. The unit uses two ignition coils and a 555-timer chip for generating frequencies ranging from 2 Hz to 10,000 Hz. There are 6 knobs, which are used to set the individual frequencies. A multimeter is used to aid in setting the frequencies. A recent development of the EMEM 3D can use a hand held frequency generator or a laptop to conduct frequency protocols. Weight and size reductions of the R/B and the EMEM 3 have resulted in weights of 8 and 5.5 lb. respectively. An experimental EMEM 3, which uses a Phanotron tube weigh only 5.5 lb. can be operated with a Kinnaman, ProFreGen, or a laptop computer.
Bruce Stenulson has developed many versions of the EMEM 2 to the point that it is significantly different. He employs various types of tubes including a spiral tube that yields significant results. The tube is placed directly against the body and induces the frequency directly into the body. He has a web site so one can contact him for further information. He has small suitcase models that are very portable. Bruce also developed sophisticated versions of the Hulda Clark Zapper.
The most recent development is the FSCAN, which is designed after the Hulda Clark Synchrometer. It can scan from 10 Hz to 2,999,999 Hz. The frequencies can be introduced through a set of gold plated handholds. It can scan for all Rife and Clark frequencies. Scans from 60,000 to 2,999,999 have proven to be very effective. The FSCAN appears to be as controversial as Dr Clark's Synchrometer.
The use of a Synchrometer and a Frequency generator can also be used to determine required frequencies, but the process is tedious and labor intensive. Hulda Clark describes the process in her book, "The Cure For All diseases". Hulda Clark has never reported trying to detect cancer frequencies with the Synchrometer.
Transferring the audio frequencies from the FSCAN to an R/B or EMEM 3D has proven to be effective. The FSCAN can transmit all frequencies through the handholds. Dramatic results have been achieved with the FSCAN. Reports of initial usage have been very favorable in eliminating many physical conditions. The FSCAN can print out the determined frequencies using software program and a computer.
Dick Loyd is a rep for the FSCAN and the EMEM 3D. He also has a web site with lots of pertinent information for the serious researcher. Dick has a paper called "GIZMOS", which describes many types of devices.
Significant progress has been achieved in the development of devices and their usage. One pad device similar in appearance and size to a Hulda Clark Zapper outputs 11,780,000 Hz.
The use of frequency generators to directly induce frequencies has proven to be effective. Bob Beck published a paper describing such a PAD device. The frequency generator, BK 3011, was coupled with a small transformer, which was obtained from Radio Shack. The output was sent to two stainless steel plates. The BK 4040A and the BK 4070 frequency generators output up to 20 MHz. So all Hulda Clark and original Rife frequencies can be employed. The units can be adjusted to any frequency and a sweep mode can be used.
Light, sound, and other media using LEDS and various hi-I audio devices have been reported that induce frequencies into the body to achieve improved health.
Searches on the Internet are required to investigate these developments.
Some areas of general concern are:
1. Effectiveness and cost of the devices.
2. User friendliness.
3. How or what makes it work.
There is a great need to encourage and enlighten each other to continue our collective research efforts regarding these technologies.
If you have further interest in any of the above information, please inquire through the Rife list, individual web sites, or Internet searches.