Operating Notes

STATUS REPORT (10-11-99)


The use of scanning can be used to determine frequencies that are specific
for the particular physical conditions that are of concern.

However, some persons are not sensitive to the "X-Wave" that is emitted from
the plasma tube. In a situation where one is not sensitive, standard
frequency protocols must be employed. In this case, symptomatic techniques
are employed to determine the progress in addition to medically approved the
diagnostic techniques. The bottom line is that you either feel better or you

The responses can be placed in two categories. First, the "X-Wave"
response. Second, the symptomatic response.

Some responses may involve both categories in the order stated.
Symptomatic responses never precede an X-Wave" response.

It has been observed that in some situations that the initial "X-Wave"
response will increase in intensity with time. In this case the symptomatic
response begins to manifest and increases as the resolution of the condition
takes place. Generally, the corresponding symptoms will decrease with time.

Some persons experience no "X-Wave" response initially, but as time passes
they experience a response. Reports of a lapse of as long as two minutes
before any response is noticed. This response is basically a symptomatic
response. This type of response may increase in intensity, but most
maintain a steady response and taper off as exposure time increases. This
indicates a resolution of the condition of interest.

It is important to maintain the exposures for a protracted period of time to
assure that the population of the microorganism is essentially reduced to
zero. If this is not maintained, a relapse can or will occur.

A question was asked, if scanning could be employed in the place of
prolonged dwell times.

Personally, I had contracted food poisoning, and the symptoms began to
manifest over a 6-hour period form 6pm to 12 midnight. Dehydration became a
problem due to the loss of fluid from vomiting. There were no dry heaves,
but the volume of fluid loss was alarming. Needless to say the other
symptoms were increasing with time.

Using Dr Clark's zapper protocol of 20k to 40k Hz, I set up a basic program
to scan from 20k to 30 k. Total time of scan was 10 minutes. That is a Hz
dwell time of about 0.06 seconds. There was no pulsing or wavering. At
approximately. 12:30 am, I ran the scan for two sessions back to back. After
the second scan the symptoms of the food poisoning had subsided. I was still
weak and tired from the ordeal, so I simply rested and fell asleep. At
approximately 10 am, 16 hours from the onset of the food poisoning, all
symptoms were gone and I felt the batle was over.

I am convinced scanning can or will work for some things, but it remains to
be proven if it can be used for other conditions. Remember, employed
scanning in the early onset of food poisoning.

SCANNING: every scan will be different from the previous scan, if the
frequencies determined from the first scan are employed as a protocol and
run for a protracted period of time. Also, symptoms should disappear as the
protocol is employed.



>it will knock the socks off of you...so you better take it first only with
>the legs and torso being vertical at first...(this is sitting down!)
>Tube on freqs I had run for hours and not gotton any results on, I
> mounted the tube vertical and it reached out and grabbed ahold of me BIG
>TIME...even while I was sitting....
>all of a sudden my body shook, like it found the hiding places of all the
>little critters found if they changed shape to vertical it would not
>effect them as much...so some horzontial and some vertical placement of
>the tube, alternate maybe from day to day...
>I got more ideals that I have tested and bill and hillary...the ideals
>work! (uh..not bill and hillary, they dont do diddly squat)
>look I will be off line and thats how come I was not talking to you guys
>okay....got 2 week job...well its something pays the rent, you know
>anyway mount the tube vertical on some frequency that you dont feel any
>more on and stand back and watch out...cause its gonna be a whole new ball
>game again....with extra innings...bill and hillary I should of done this
>along time ago
>you guys got my tube mount drawings
> think of the James Bond unit 007
>= 3 inch long 1/4 screw
>Left side
>drilled holes in side of 007 unit...stuck a 3 inch long screw in the side
> matched the holes on the tube holder base, just stuck screw thru the
>matching holes, and tighten down with a wing nut
>hint! just hold the base next to the wooden side and drill both at the
>same time
>and get some "L" brackets to brace the unit since only the case of the
>949e is whats keeping it stable...I used some bronze ones I got from the
>hardware store
>building lights flickering
>I have not had a chance to tell Jim Bare this...I will count on you guys
>to forward this to him and Don Tunney and put it put on the list for all
>to know....got some neat Ideals for tube designs because of this
>Dont know when I will be able to write back, cause no computer, school too
>far and I got this 2 week contract job...you guys write anyway tho.
>okay..just dont expect to hear from me real soon...where there's a will
>there's a way..
>Don Smith was on ITS radio show...talked about his Space Energy Device...I
>am all excited about the new information...more when i get back
>Howdy Jim and Don
>Try this new going vertical...Don almost had it with the U tube, after we
>talked about this along time ago...only that the tube goes up and back
>down...it works and at the same time works AGAINST itself, kind of like 2
>sine waves 180 degrees out of phase cancle each other out...
>lights out. lady says I gotta go
>GUYS...SET THE TUBE VERTICAL run the unit...keep your freq run times
>short. cause it kicks rear end!
>we are vertical, tube imparts MORE energy into the body if its vertical
>I invison people laying on long padded boards, just a few degrees from
>veritical and the tube paraell to the boards and it making running it on
>also tell Don if he goes vertical it puts out rife waves in 360 degree
>directions not 180 degrees, like a front and back of the tube kind of
>thing...put tube in center of the room and sit in a circle
>I got hit at 17 feet, I measured it
>also with vertical tube as you walk towards it and away from it, you can
>feel it more...sitting and standing...sitting feel it...if you stand up,
>you better have something to hang on to steady you as you stand up, cause
>more of the tubes power enters your body and it hits hard
>Somebody put this out on the list immediately okay....
>lady fussing, gotta go
>Monroe in Houston, TEXAS


Hi Turf

Recent post said vertical tube using 3000Hz burst RBCs under microscope.

Be Careful!!

Monroe is always trying things, which is good, but this case needs caution!!



Got my BRG mostly connected and the initial testing done. Will be
putting the amp power to it this weekend if not sooner. A couple of
questions -

Is power to the 949 tuner ever applied? (Or is the power just to light
up the dial? - it is never mentioned in the manual to turn it on.)

Should the square wave input be DC offset - should it be 0 to 200mV or
-100 to 100mV (my generator will apply -100 to 100 unless I set a DC
Offset of 100mV)?

After doing most of the construction, I finally got around to actually
reading the manual, which I should have done sooner. As mentioned
before, building the thing with my dad, he ordered the manual, and has
had it most of the time. I thought he was reading it, but being an
engineer like myself, he merely skimmed through and drew a connection
diagram. We did read the CB mod section closely, and then connected
the thing according to our diagram, grounded all the components, then
started following the prelim testing method, which is "inline" with the
construction details (chap 19, para 8). After all, we're engineers
who've both worked on radar benches and know the importance of good
connections and grounds. Plus, I had talked to Fred and Monroe enough
to know some of the finer points of tuning, device placement, and cable

So, we start on Step 8 (which starts "Do not use the linear amp yet!")
and turn the other equipment on as instructed, listening on a separate
CB for the broadcast frequency. Heard that fine, but never heard any
resonance (as the manual said we would) from inside the CB. We did not
read one of the previous steps that instructs to connect the CB to the
tuner for testing. We had the amp between but just didn't turn it on
yet. However, when turning on the handset switch, the tube lights
right up, end-to-end, and with no tuner adjustment, the SWR is 1.4.
Thinking this is the point and pretty pleased with ourselves that the
thing lit right up, we break for the evening and we have not yet had a
chance to commence operation. So, I start reading the manual (RTFM -
read the f***ing manual - an engineering abbreviation) and realize that
this was not the point at all. Won't get a chance to get back to the
device until Sat - it's at my parent's house who live an hour away, but
in the meantime, I have read the manual and today will construct a tube
holder - one that can be used horizontally and vertically.

Hopefully we did not harm the amp by driving the CB through it without
it being on. Max time we left it going was less than 10 seconds. I
suppose this setup prevented me from hearing the CB resonance that is
supposed to be heard. Will test properly before firing it up full




>Is power to the 949 tuner ever applied? (Or is the power just to light
>up the dial? - it is never mentioned in the manual to turn it on.)

All the power does is light the meter, has no effects on the tuner otherwise.

>Should the square wave input be DC offset - should it be 0 to 200mV or
>-100 to 100mV (my generator will apply -100 to 100 unless I set a DC
>Offset of 100mV)?

Use 500 mv p-p if looking at a scope to set power. Otherwise use a DMM and
set to 250 mv .
>. We had the amp between but just didn't turn it on.
>However, when turning on the handset switch, the tube lights right up,
>28" end-to-end, and with no tuner adjustment the SWR is 1.4 and the
>forward power is a lot - >40W (where did this come from?) Thinking this
>is the point and pretty pleased with ourselves that the thing lit right
>up, we break for the evening and we have not yet had a chance to
>commence operation.

Sounds like your amp had to be on in some manner with this kind of power.

>Hopefully we did not harm the amp by driving the CB through it without
>it on. Max time we left it going was less than 10 seconds. I suppose
>this setup prevented me from hearing the CB resonance that is supposed
>to be heard. Will test properly before firing it up full blast.

No problem - amp won't be hurt if it is not energized.

>One position question that comes up is about the tube placement. Bare
>instructs to be 6' or so away when it is lit, but if we use a short
>connector between the tuner and the balun, and have to tune the tuner
>during operation, we will be a lot closer than 6'.

The patient should be 6' from the tube. Try to use the set up as shown and
recommended and this will avoid start up problems.



It just sunk in what you were saying about viewing the voltage on a
scope (500mV pp) versus a multimeter set to read AC (250mV). This
would mean that I should set my function generator to 0-500mV
(500mV amplitude with 250mV offset) since if it was set to
500mV amplitude with no offset, the wave would be -250 to 250 and
the meter would read 125mV.

Got it...



Hi Turf,

The power to the antenna tuner is only for the meter light. No other power
is required.

The square wave should be positive offset 250mvac rms (.5 p-p) for most
frequencies and for frequencies below about 300 hz, kick up the voltage to
1.8vac rms (3.6v p-p).

You shouldn't have hurt the linear by running the CB through it without it
being on. I've done this before with no problem.

When you thought that you were measuring 40 w with the CB only are you sure
that you had the meter selector switch in the correct position 30/300w?

I have my 18' cable between the antenna tuner and balun, but coiled up into
a large loop (12-13"). My tube is close to the tuner, but I'm only in
front of it for a short time to adjust the tuner quickly. Just don't spend
a lot of time in front of it at close range.

Take Care,



Opps. Sorry. I am measuring the output using the DC volts section on my
multimeter, so my termonology (0 to 200mV) was wrong.

On an oscilloscope I would probably see 0 to 400mV.
On my multimeter, set to measure DC volts, I see .2 volts.



>While I have been off line I found a way to make it REALLY POWERFUL...without
>buying one of those new high pressure tubes I hear about...
>and different configurations for it also, seem to make a difference
>Look everyone knows I run my beam for hours and hours at a time..so I am
>used to it....okay...well in this new 007 set up and mounting the tube
>vertically...I packs a wallop so powerful it knocked me on my rear end and
>I fell down...uh...switched from High power to Low power on the Palomar
>225, it still kicked me hard...Dang!
>I had to REDUCE my run times to 60 seconds to 3 minutes, the beam puts out
>so much power in this new set up...the energy really goes into your body
>even more...I told Brian and Fred about this and told them its got to get
>on the list...hey a new higher power tube is not necessary to get a more
>power packed punch from the unit....(yeah, but will Monroe get a new
>higher power tube?..yeah probably later...uh...I can't leave well enough
>alone, you know...always gotta tinker with it..ha ha)
>... it seems there are various ways to make the tube mounted and
>operated vertically and wiring it vertically is crucial also...uh...when
>going vertical, my first time...I...uh...kind of messed up...wired it
>upside down...long story (dang, Monroe how can you mess up wiring it up
>with only 2 wires?...answer: Wire what is suppose to be the top part to
>the wrong terminal so the tube/antenna is upside down..)
>Also going vertical with the tube mounting, there are several other
>factors involved...to reduce power going into my body as much, I sit on
>the couch like you did when playing cowboys and indians, with my legs
>crossed...not so much of the body vertical, that way...put feet up on
>coffee table (uh thats what its there for anyway, Right? ha ha...uh..that
>ticks Lori off some!)
>anyway, I got some design changes that make it easier to build, more
>sturdy and just a better over all unit...
> Our bodies are vertical, WE are vertical..mount tube vertical and it
>will put more energy into your body...
>Tell Reid to mount his tube vertically, he runs his unit 24 to 48 hours at
>a time...I gotta get another long running hour user to try this also, so
>it can be verified....
>if using MFJ-949e with 912...make the center conductor inside the 912 box
>attach to the top winding of the tube...
>just put a RED mark on that ceramic terminal, for future reference!
>ran 522 and it like almost burned me inside the top of my lungs...well I
>ran it for 10 minutes in the new vertical set up...I got hot in the chest
>area...1500 helps pain in back...oh...when I first went vertical, it was
>WAY TOO INTENSE, even for me....getting used to it now tho...
>I have some concern about someone "new" or with very little time in front
>of a Rife/Bare Ray beam unit, going vertical with their tube mounting...
>cause it is so poweful...maybe only those with lots of hours or experience
>should try this....kind of like a more advanced setup....not for
>beginners....just a thought....when you dont feel any effects from the
>tube anymore..GO VERITICAL....(then prepare to go horzontial as it knocks
>you down, with the more powerful punch it delivers!)
>more later and diagrams and tips for mounting tube vertical also...
>I only have the 007 unit vertical, with the MFJ 949e and 912
>I just figured out how to make the MFJ 962D model go into a 007 type of
>configuration and then had to change it, I also changed the 949e / 912 set
>up also...so dont build it yet...I bill and hillary arounded with it and
>found a better way to do it....
>when I get my computer out of the shop I will draw some pictures and



The use of a sweep of the range of frequencies from 50 to 2200
with a dwell of 0.5 seconds per frequency allows one to sweep
the frequency range and be able to note the frequency responses.

Then, a list of the frequencies responses can be run in a
normal session to eliminate the problem areas.

Several PC programs are available to conduct such a scan.
Square one. Geny-1

You can have someone write a simple program with any basic
programming language or you can write your own.

Jon Brooks and Ralph Hartwell presented programs that can work

Ralph noted "Frequency Error " for PC based programs, but
within the range stated there is not much of a problem.

One volunteer couple sat in a scan and the wife had 20 hits and
the husband had 28 hits within the full scale of frequencies.

This only works for those who respond to the frequencies. If
you do not "Feel" the frequencies it will not be helpful to you.

However, symptomatic responses are valid.



It appears that random HZ as with Kinnaman does not appear to
be as effective due to the time at each Hz. The time at each Hz
appears to be important, but I haven't optimized it so far. I
am still exploring to fine tune the technique.

I have found that it only takes a fraction of a second to
produce a "HIT", but it takes a prolonged exposure to
effectively deal with the offending microorganism.

I have scanned from 37 to 30000 Hz and it produced "HITS". Some
of the "HITS" actually moved around to different parts of the
body. The dwell time for each Hz was approximately 0.01 second.

A report on Electroporation states that 0.001 sec should be
sufficient to break a cell membrane, but actual invivo time may
be quite different.

In some actual invivo experiments with microorganisms, the
dwell time was most effective between 5 to 10 minutes.

Indications are that effective target areas can effect results.
Invitro and invivo experiments clearly demonstrate this effect.

The elusive "wave" continues to cloud the issue, but the fog is
clearing some. Effectiveness at distances of up to 30 to 40
feet clearly demonstrate increased dwell time requirements.

Staphylococcus auereus (c) 376.27-380.85 KHz Staphylococcus
aureus(s) 381.00-381.00 KHz

Note the ranges for the above microorganisms One has a
difference of 4.58 KHz according to Dr. Clark.

This indicates that the problem can be very elusive unless one
knows the actual MOR range.

I have been working with the Synchrometer to try and find MOR
ranges. Of course one needs specific specimens for such work.

One of the reasons for posting the"Adaption" article was to see
if anyone is interested in such research. We are at a plateau
with the R/B device and this is an area that could help break
it loose.

Much work is needed in this area.